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Therapists in Buffalo

Jonathan L. Wilson Treible, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“With a PhD and Masters from SUNY at Buffalo and six years of post doctoral training in psychotherapy, Dr. Treible is a Board Certified (ABPP), Licensed Psychologist and has been practicing for 35 years. A student of Gestalt therapy and yoga for over 30 years, Dr. Treible is interested in holistic approaches to therapy. A member of the American Psychological Association, the state and local psychological associations (NYSPA & PAWNY) and the Behavioral Healthcare Network (www.behavioralhealthcarenetwork.com), Dr. Treible has taught psychology at DYouville, Daemen, Canisius and Medaille Colleges, Buffalo State College and State University of New York at Buffalo.
(716) 575-7434
Buffalo, New York 14223
Robert J Graham, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“My psychology practice is focused on providing high-quality services to assist individuals in living a more satisfying life. Sometimes we become stuck from moving forward with our lives and our goals. If depression, anxiety, stress and worry, panic, obsessions and compulsions or phobias are interfering with your daily life, my services may be able to assist you. My services can also assist you in increasing your confidence and assertion, enhancing your achievement, managing your stress, improving your effectiveness at work and relationships, and attaining your goals.
(716) 939-1910
Buffalo, New York 14222
Susan Weinstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People come to see me for help coping with problematic relationships, life transitions and moods. My goal is to explore the emotional and behavioral patterns that have led to your entering therapy and, using your strengths, to help you create a plan to move forward in a more positive way.
(716) 953-3003
Buffalo, New York 14209
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Connectedness is a human essential. Connecting in a healthy/balanced/fulfilling way only can happen if we are well connected to ourselves. For me, the most exciting part of the work I do is to assist people in locating the blocks to a loving self-connection and learning to get passed them. The growth that can occur beyond this fundamental step is amazing!
(716) 268-0037
Buffalo, New York 14222
Emily Ets-Hokin, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst with over 20 years of experience in solo private practice and 30 years of experience in the field. Having a relationship with my patients and taking care of them are central in my work. Perhaps because of my background in the arts (dance), I also deeply value the creative yet disciplined use of self and an active authentic engagement in the therapeutic process. I specialize in the treatment of adolescents and young adults (18-25). I also treat individuals, couples, and families who struggle with transitional issues throughout the life cycle.
(716) 514-9113
Buffalo, New York 14216
Elizabeth Galanti, Counselor  in Buffalo
“I work with individuals and couples -- helping you work through your biggest stressors. Stress feeds many of the emotions and behaviors that you might not like: anger, regret, anxiety, depression, guilt, fear, drinking, gambling, etc. Stress is the root of most problems. It wrecks havoc in personal relationships and can bring you down at work. Are you handling stress well? Do you stuff your feelings? Do you avoid conflict? Do you get angry and say things you later regret? Call for a free,10-minute phone consultation.
(716) 247-6843
Buffalo, New York 14222
“I am a licensed psychologist in the State of New York. I have a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the University at Buffalo, whose program is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). My clinical interests and experiences include work with eating disorders, pregnancy and post partum support, grief and loss, anxiety, self concept and identity development, and general coping skills in both individual and group settings. I have a cognitive behavioral orientation, and utilize interventions focused on mindfulness, positive psychology, wellness, and narrative therapy.
(716) 936-8025
Buffalo, New York 14209
Caryl Brent, Counselor  in Buffalo
“I am a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 30 years of experience in the psychotherapy field. I have had extensive training in both cognitive behavioral and interpersonal psychotherapy treating a wide client population with numerous strengths and deficits. I am also a vocational counselor and have assisted individuals with both their educational plans and career goals. This includes assisting Veterans with both physical and emotional disabilities in determining their interests, aptitudes and abilities and ultimately teaching them job seeking skills, job development and assisting them with job placement.
(716) 335-9307
Buffalo, New York 14222
Susan Varney,   in Buffalo
“Choosing the right therapist is critical to the success of your treatment, but it can also be a daunting task. I understand and welcome you to call for a consultation before making a decision. Good treatment depends on a strong relationship founded on trust and respect and it is important that you feel at ease with whomever you work. I encourage an open and friendly rapport in the therapeutic relationship, appreciate its potential to alleviate stress, self-doubt, and anxiety, and hope to share with you its capacity to effect change.
(716) 608-3378
Buffalo, New York 14222
Ryann Hartmayer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you experiencing a crisis, difficult adjustment, or any life stressor? Having an objective party to support you in sorting through this can always be beneficial. Learning new ways of thinking and acting, as well as learning new things about yourself, is empowering and enlightening. Let me partner with you in your journey through self discovery and change.
(716) 402-1708
Buffalo, New York 14222
Ann Caughill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, EdD, PMHCNS-, RN
“My experience as a psychotherapist and educator allows me to offer interventions that are evidence based as well as grounded in traditional approaches that include client - centered, self-psychology, and interpersonal perspectives. I provide counseling and psychoeducation to individuals, couples and families that emphasize health promotion, symptom management and self-healing. My nursing background blended with my years of experience as a psychotherapist have prepared me to offer approaches that include recognition of the interplay of neurobiologic and intrapsychic factors related to the functioning of the brain and mind. I will work with you to meet mutually arrived upon goals.
(716) 803-8394
Buffalo, New York 14222
Jarod Masci, Psychiatrist  in Buffalo
“I am a psychiatrist who specializes in psychotherapy, treating difficulties with mood and anxiety, behavioral problems, and substance and alcohol use. As a medical doctor, my training allows me to incorporate mind/body focused treatments including nutrition, exercise, life coaching, medications, and understanding past experiences in order to facilitate change. I am a native Western New Yorker, and I share the unique perspectives of my patients with a focus on personal responsibility, resilience, and hope. I also make myself personally available to patients via text and email during off hours with flexible scheduling in a comfortable Elmwood Village setting.
(716) 794-9221
Buffalo, New York 14222
Corrin Matthews,   in Buffalo
“For clients who desire clinically proven, rapid results, limited appointments and medication-free mental health treatment of habits, disorders, behaviors or trauma, hypnotherapy is the ideal therapy. Clients and doctors seek my expertise for prompt elimination or reduction of debilitating emotional / mental trauma, PTSD symptoms, stress, weight loss, anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, fears and phobias, habits like smoking, gambling, shopping, alcoholism and anger. The list of issues immediately resolved with hypnotherapy is far longer. Please call or email to ask for specific information. If the root of an issue is within the subconscious mind, I can help immediately.
(716) 244-6147
Buffalo, New York 14201
Carol J Creighton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I have more than 35 years experience in working with the common issues faced by both women and men, such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and difficulty in relationships. I also work with individuals dealing with chronic illness, as well as those facing serious acute medical conditions. In addition I am particularly interested in working with women of all ages to clear any early issues that interfere with their opening to their full potential, personally and in relationship.
(716) 844-6104
Buffalo, New York 14216
Renee Wert, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“Dr. Wert has been in practice and licensed as a psychologist for over 20 years. She has considerable training and experience in working with people experiencing depression, anxiety disorders including phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship problems, women's issues and workplace stress. She utilizes mindfulness and relaxation strategies where useful. Working with people experiencing behavioral "addictions" or habits such as excessive eating, spending, gambling, internet use, etc., as well as working with family members affected by these issues or by substance abuse, is also a specialty. She works with adults of all ages and teens ages 15 and above.
(716) 478-3581
Buffalo, New York 14209
Jennifer Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Compassion, growth, and joy. These qualities guide my practice. If you are an adult who is suffering, feeling lost, or unhappy, I can help you heal from the past and forge a new path. If you have a child who is struggling to manage his or her emotions and behaviors, I help kids and families sort through mixed-up thoughts and feelings in order to move forward. Using eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, I am able to guide adults and kids through a unique information processing therapy designed to help resolve trauma. Trauma can mean different things to different people.
(716) 402-7081
Buffalo, New York 14201
Carol Coles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have 30 + years of experience treating a variety of clients and problems. I value the therapeutic relationship and will work with my clients to establish rapport and a clear sense of goals and expectations for our work together. I am committed to persevering with my clients during the process of working though the problems that brought them to my office. I encourage feedback and questions about this process to effect the best outcomes and feel that this is an essential part of our work together.
(716) 650-5363
Buffalo, New York 14222
Nicole S Urdang, Counselor  in Buffalo
“Hello, I've been a psychotherapist in private practice for over 30 years. That experience, coupled with earlier work in hospitals and clinics, means I have helped thousands of people, from seven to ninety years old, deal with just about every problem you can imagine. My orientation is cognitive-behavioral, but my practice is truly holistic, in that I not only consider your thoughts and feelings, but also your habits and lifestyle.
(716) 882-0848
Buffalo, New York 14222
Kim Leiker, Counselor  in Buffalo
“Working as a counselor I've had the opportunity to work with a diversified population of people on a multitude of issues; to include anger management, mood disorders, relational issues; interpersonal struggles; and other clinical issues. As a trauma therapist I have extensive experience working with a range of significant events such as various kinds of loss. I found the best of work comes when connections are made with people; goals are achieved when relationships have been built with clients. I enjoy getting to know and working with my clients to meet their goals and for change to occur.
(716) 608-3956 x424
Buffalo, New York 14221
Michael J Starks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Is something missing? Do you feel depressed but aren't sure why, or did something happen in your past that continues to bother you? My therapeutic approach is guided by the principle that you are doing the best you can with what you have. Sometimes when the tools we have stop working, our emotions get the best of us. These emotions are often experienced as anxiety, depression, or frustration. I am experienced in implementing the interventions that will help you to explore the origins of these problems so that old hurts can be healed, and new tools can be acquired to facilitate your growth today.
(716) 312-1222
Buffalo, New York 14214

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