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Therapists in Madison

Loren A Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Being a therapist is not a just a career for me, but a calling. I have extensive experience working with those who have survived various types of trauma, including sexual abuse. I am able to offer compassionate support to women through post-partum depression and anxiety. I've received training in Brainspotting, which is an innovative approach to working with trauma and anxiety, and I am a group member of the Midwest Brainspotting Institute. Additionally, I feel especially called to helping couples who are hurt and lonely in their marriages, specifically with regards to their intimacy.
(608) 208-1536 x5
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Darlene M Meiners, Counselor  in Madison
“I have 28 years of experience working with children, adolescents, teens, & families in various settings. As a mental health professional, it is my goal to provide a broad range of high quality, innovative, creative, and affordable services to support the mental health needs of my clients. I provide mental health services to clients, ages 2 through 17, with support and coping skills to achieve successful and positive mental health growth throughout the developmental years. I utilize creative age appropriate methods of therapy to assist children, adolescents and teens in the therapeutic process.
(608) 729-7906
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Wendy Alettha, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Separation from and mistrust of our inner nature and of Nature all around leads to pervasive fear and a deep sense of loss (anxiety, depression, addiction,grief and shame) that we often don't understand and struggle to change. Healing from the effects of this Self alienation can feel very dangerous as you open up the dark, hidden places in your mind and heart. You do not have to do this alone. My commitment as your therapist is to be present and compassionate; supporting your curiosity and connection with the living energy of what you love and who you really are.
(608) 561-4753 x7
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Lauren Cunningham, Psychologist  in Madison
“Human beings are delightfully resilient creatures. People may experience pain, yet be determined to work through and move beyond it. I feel privileged to witness such courage and determination in my clients. I will work collaboratively with you. The expert on you is you! I bring my training, experience, and knowledge of psychological principles and treatments as tools to help you meet your goals. Often a balanced approach is helpful, developing practical strategies as well as identifying underlying issues contributing to your present-day problems. Some clients prefer emphasizing one approach over another; I aim to be responsive to your needs.
(608) 492-1068
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
David Ogren, Psychologist  in Madison
“I am an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) specialist. I have been an EMDR Therapist since 1993. Hence, I specialize in treating those who have had traumatic or other life-changing experiences, anything from severe acute trauma such as automobile accidents, divorce, war, or medical crises to the effects of accumulated smaller traumas from childhood. Since these life-changing experiences affect how we think, see things, feel and act, especially in relationships, I treat a great variety of current life challenges: anxiety, depression, work and relationship difficulties. EMDR excells with acute trauma, such as an auto accident.
(608) 709-0248
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Scott L Fenton, PsyD, LLC, Psychologist  in Madison
“Do you sense that you are "just getting by" in life? Do you feel weighed down by a sadness, restricted by anxieties, or just a sense of detachment and numbness? Are you concerned about a relationship or lack thereof? Or perhaps there are old, unattended wounds still hurting from long-ago. Buddhism reminds us that suffering is universal, but not necessary, and that it emerges from a disconnection from our essential nature. Therapy with me uses mindfulness practices to reconnect with that nature and inquire into the barriers that resist such connection to ourselves and others.
(608) 247-5111
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Stephanie Buck, Counselor  in Madison
“When troubled by challenges confronting us; when familiar ways of dealing with pain and problems no longer work; when bearings are lost and the uncertainty of the step ahead has us falter, the emotional support and guidance available in therapy can help us discover inner strength and wisdom necessary to move forward once more. I offer a relaxed quiet practice setting in which to safely explore, understand, and address the issues, conscious and unconscious, prompting your seeking therapy. My approach is collaborative - we work together for your health, well being and wholeness.
(608) 729-4103
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Dawn Donner-Chambers, Counselor  in Madison
“My name is Dawn Donner-Chambers and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have provided counseling to children and adolescents for over 20 years. I often use creative arts therapies in my work. These modalities utilize self expression and include art, play, music, writing, bibliotherapy and games in the context of therapy. My therapy offers a gentle and developmentally appropriate approach to helping young people of all ages heal.
(608) 729-4604
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Rita Hockers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist who has been counseling individuals and couples for over 25 years. I work with compassion, non-judgement and respect. I utilize a variety of different modalities, including traditional talk therapy, cognitive/behavioral therapy, mindfulness meditation, art therapy, gestalt therapy and energy work. I use different approaches with different people, depending on their needs. My ideal clients are those who have anxiety, OCD or depression. I also enjoy working with couples who want to improve their communication skills and resolve conflicts easier.
(608) 256-5115 x2
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Noelia Breitman, Counselor  in Madison
“Challenges, problems, crises, obstacles are all part of life. Sometimes we may experience much difficulty dealing with them and we end up feeling sad, anxious, fearful, frustrated, stuck, desperate and/or overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are other ways to feel or face your situation. Through counseling, clients learn that they have options and choices in how to cope with difficulties. Utilizing evidence-based treatment modalities, Noelia helps clients learn how to reduce negative emotions while increasing their ability to find solutions, overcome, cope and accept. She provides individual, couples and family counseling as well as Life coaching and Relationship coaching.
(954) 892-5478
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Henry Steinberger, Psychologist  in Madison
“AA not your cup of tea? Come see me. With over 24 years of experience & my continuing love of science, I offer practical up-to-date evidence-based best practices along with warm understanding. I'm active-directive, not just reflective; I'm empathic and not confrontational. You'll feel understood & accepted. Discover, commit & ACT on your higher values. Let me show you how to overcome unnecessary suffering, get motivated, accept yourself unconditionally, act assertively without guilt, & change harmful addictive behaviors without (or with) 12-Steps spirituality. Cut down or quit; you choose. Call me & let's jump start your changes.
(608) 247-5199
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Ruth Ellen Saul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I partner with my clients to reduce anxiety, depression, stress, and malaise, while also building strengths and adaptation strategies. To do this, we usually 1) explore any straightforward or creative ways to alter life circumstances that contribute to the malaise, and 2) identify, then make and implement a plan to reduce any self-limiting thoughts, beliefs, assumptions, and doubts that contribute to my clients' distress. While this sounds abstract and difficult, I am informal in my approach and we often have a good time getting where we're going!
(608) 567-4703
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Andrea Schultz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT, CPT
“With compassion and a gentle, yet direct style, I can help you to navigate painful experiences and emotions, to shift patterns of self-criticism, judgment and shame and to cultivate self-acceptance and desired changes in yourself and in your relationships... I work with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, illness, self-abuse, relationship issues, compulsions, impulsivity, eating disorders, and identity struggles as well as other lifelong and situational challenges. I firmly believe in our capacity to heal, to find comfort and joy in our lives and to know greater peace. I offer individual, couples, group and skype sessions.
(608) 561-2641
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
James A Thompson, Counselor  in Madison
“I am an experienced, caring and insightful Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in personal one on one counseling and couples counseling, and also a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor licensed with the state of Wisconsin specializing in all types of addictions. I enjoy assisting individuals and couples to better understand relationships, thoughts and emotions, and problematic behaviors. You will experience a caring approach through counseling therapy that helps you discover a balanced and healthy understanding of what you are experiencing and how to approach the problem successfully.
(608) 216-2317 x6
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Petrovnia F McIntosh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, APSW, LCSW
“I have experience working with those who suffer from substance abuse issues, severe and persistent mental illnesses as well as sexual assault victims and their families. I also work with clients looking to manage their depression and anxiety, improve their self-esteem, communication and family relational issues as well as help ease my clients through times of transition.
(608) 371-6816
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Sarah A Watt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am a licensed, collaborative, systems trained therapist with over 14 years of clinical experience. I work with couples and individuals in designing treatment goals specific to their individual needs. I try to work within a brief, solution focused model of therapy, but ultimately my goal is to help you find, and live the life you want to live.
(608) 709-0190
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Catherine Treece, Psychologist  in Madison
“You may be wondering how to choose the right psychologist for you. After appropriate qualifications, the next most important thing is that you will feel comfortable, connected and understood. This is hard to predict, but check the website, and phone or email as a first step. Listen to both your heart and your head. You may have to make a few tries to get the right person but it will be worth the trouble.
(608) 247-5290
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amy Thomas, Counselor  in Madison
“Therapy is a space to develop strengths and resources, as well as examining problems and pain. Clients work on both their strengths and struggles in my practice. I enjoy working in a creative and collaborative way with people to support insight and foster positive change. I see my job as applying psychotherapy skills to help increase your sense of well-being, set and achieve personal goals, all while remaining the expert of your life.
(608) 729-4311
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
With in Sight, Relationship Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Madison
“Do you miss how your relationship used to be -- the way you could let go and laugh, the times you could really talk? We believe love grows when we are free to be ourselves, when we feel seen, heard, and accepted as we are.
(608) 709-0337
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
Mary Ellen Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“My philosophy for therapy is that within everyone is the inherent will to be the best person one can be. Therapy acts as guideposts to assist individuals with developing and rebuilding their internal coping strategies, problem solving skills, and the desire to live life to the fullest.
(608) 360-9802 x4
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
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