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Therapists in Madison

Peter C Jackson, Psychologist  in Madison
“I enjoy and work well with a variety of clients and encourage clients to contact me directly to find out if I am a good fit for their needs. I am an empathic and supportive clinician who deeply values and respects others, particularly at a most vulnerable time in their lives, where sharing with another person can be difficult. Through this process, I collaborate with clients on what their needs are so that we can begin to help them work through their issues in solving problems in their lives so that they can be beneficial to themselves and others.
(608) 713-6263 x209
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Kind Therapy, LLC--Sara Kind-Michels, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
“Feeling overwhelmed and not sure what is next? Have you tried to solve a problem on your own and decided you need help? I specialize in child and family work, love helping parents find new ideas, and enjoy bringing partners closer together. My approach is person-centered, strengths-based, and grounded in family systems theory. This means I believe that you are the expert on being yourself. I also believe your current situation is impacted by your relationships. I collaborate with you to wonder, explore, and find more positive experiences. My work is goal-directed and individualized to your needs.
(608) 554-1275
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Liam Murphy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Do you feel like your relationship is in a rut? Are you feeling increasingly distant from the one you love? Do you find yourself falling into the same old arguments no matter what you do? As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I will work with you to help you understand your relationship's narrative, what familial prejudices are at work, and facilitate an understanding of the themes of your relational conflicts. As you begin to understand these influences on yourself and your relationships, connections get stronger and communication improves, along with shared satisfaction and the experience of love.
(608) 492-5441
Madison, Wisconsin 53717
Christine Newville Gartler, Counselor  in Madison
“I believe that most people can benefit from an objective outside perspective during difficult or challenging times in their lives. My role is to provide additional support and to assist clients during this time of growth, transition or discovery. I help clients identify and navigate issues, crises and areas that are in need of healing. My approach is insight oriented, client centered, and non-judgmental.
(608) 291-5263
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Amanda Case, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLC, MSSW, LCSW, SAC
“Support, guidance, and finding your internal motivation for change. I will talk to you like a regular person, make you feel comfortable, and you will feel confident in working together to help support the changes you plan on making. I understand the challenges and issues that often "get in the way" of life. I offer practical ideas for how to use and practice coping skills. I take a pro-active approach at not only being a good listener but also assisting you in making changes that will allow you to live your life outside of therapy.
(608) 254-9887
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Ben Endres, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I provide psychotherapy for individuals and couples that is caring, responsive, pragmatic and grounded in evidence-supported methods. I have extensive post-graduate training in a several research supported approaches to therapy for individuals and couples. I balance empathetic responsiveness with a focus changing patterns in work, relationships, and emotional experience.
(608) 218-4750
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Liam Alexander Murphy,   in Madison
“Do you feel like your relationship is in a rut? Are you feeling increasingly distant from the one you love? Do you find yourself falling into the same old arguments no matter how hard you try to avoid them? As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I will work with you to help you understand your relationship's narrative, what familial prejudices are at work, and facilitate an understanding of the themes of your relational conflicts. As you begin to understand these influences on your relationships, connections get stronger and communication improves, along with shared satisfaction and the experience of love.
(608) 371-6843
Madison, Wisconsin 53717
Nina Pernecke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“What is possible for you in your life? Are you ready for peace? A hallmark of my work is the relative quickness of the process. Discover and sustain your unshakable, peaceful core, replacing self criticism, depression, anxiety, insecurity, trauma responses and their manifestations. For example, these may include a lack of focus, relationship issues, panic, anxiety, self esteem problems or boundary challenges. My gentle, nurturing, client-centered approach to your healing is to respectfully behold you, your experiences, how they affect you and to turn it around.
(608) 554-1079
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Dale E Decker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“Are you feeling stuck? Let me show you how to open up a new outlook on life, break up unhealthy patterns, and get closer to the people you love. I provide a safe, supportive space where you can learn how your unhappiness arose and how to replace it with contentment and health. My techniques work well no matter what your concern is. I provide relief from depression, anxiety, and many other psychological concerns. Or, I can teach you and a loved one how to put a stop to conflict and start sharing your lives again.
(608) 345-1349
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Dana Mosling, Counselor  in Madison
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist. I have been trained in EMDR Level 1 & 2 (the leading therapy approach for both minor and major traumatic events), and have extensive training in Play Therapy. I have experience working with individual adults, children/adolescents, families, and couples. I work to set up a safe environment in which clients have an opportunity to achieve their personal counseling goals and gain an understanding and mastery of the destructive patterns and negative belief systems in their current circumstances.
(608) 478-0700
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Amber Ault,   in Madison
“Finding a great partner or creating a healthy relationship in the absence of excellent role models can be confusing and complicated. I help people in relationships that are characterized by drama, confusion, and frustration identify the sources of these problems and move forward into happier times---whether together or independently. I help couples learn new skills that promote harmony and closeness, and help individuals recover from toxic relationships and move on to fulfilling ones. All of these processes can be liberating, empowering, and joyous. I use a number of tools to support you in arriving at that empowered place.
(608) 807-5983
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Elizabeth H Winston, Psychologist  in Madison
“Within the context of a safe, comfortable and private therapy environment, I can help you gain deeper understanding and more lasting change. We can build on your strengths and identify your vulnerabilities, reducing distress and improving your overall functioning. We can take a look at patterns in your thinking, behavior and way of relating to others that may be holding you back and causing ongoing problems for you. I often work with students (undergraduate and graduate-level), professionals (especially finance and medical) and couples/families.
(608) 247-5283
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Jennifer Yelk, Counselor  in Madison
“Many people consider seeing a counselor. Only the bravest take the risk to work on themselves and their relationships. I make the experience as comfortable as possible. I am easy to talk to, open, non-judgmental, straight-forward (but gentle), empathetic and caring. I have special training in LGBTQ issues, autism spectrum disorders, and substance abuse. People find me easy to work with and appreciate my willingness to be honest. I will join with you, understand your point of view, help you see other points of view, challenge you in areas where you are stuck, and help you move forward.
(608) 864-5027
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Jane Bartels, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Families affected by substance abuse are my specialty in my private practice in Madison, WI because I have lived through my own addiction and recovery with my family. My passion is my Recovery Coaching Practice, called Recovery Through Balance. This is a new approach to recovery and stands on the cutting edge of therapy because it combines therapy and coaching to help clients immediately after their release from recovery programs as well as those who cannot afford to go to professional recovery programs.
(608) 509-4178
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Debbie L Rowley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CAPSW
“With knowledge, compassion & respect for your unique life experiences I provide coaching & therapy services to clients experiencing a broad array of life challenges. Although I work with a variety of diagnoses, I have an expertise in Adult ADHD & I'm also committed to serving Madison's LGBTQ population. My therapeutic style is unique in that I assist clients in working diligently towards behavioral change in an action-oriented format that is both engaging & effective. I challenge my clients to explore & experiment with new behaviors & viewpoints & to develop successful tools that fit the lifestyle & personal needs of each individual, couple, & family.
(608) 509-9363
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Lisa Yee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Would you like to reconnect with your partner? Is true intimacy lacking in your relationship? I will work with you to identify the road blocks to achieving this goal and then help you reclaim or build that intimate connection you are seeking. Are you experiencing a sexual problem? Is sex uncomfortable or painful for you? I will you explore with you the possible psychological reasons behind your sexual health concerns. I also help people overcome the effects of past traumatic experiences which have impacted their lives as well as their relationships.
(608) 588-8137
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Lesa J Fischer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Change can be hard. It can be scary, overwhelming, and can produce fears. It is different than what we know, different than what things are like today. Change happens no matter what; it is the one constant that we all experience.
(608) 519-4826
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
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
Diane G Perris, Counselor  in Madison
“I believe that people seek psychotherapy for a variety of reasons that can be summed up in one phrase: they feel STUCK. Whether they are struggling with mood, procrastination, addiction, or painful relationships, clients often describe their struggles in ways that seem to say, "Why does this keep happening?" I'm known for being a dynamic, engaged therapist who believes in active participation in your process. I'm comfortable with conflict and strong feelings, especially working with couples. This allows me to provide a "container" for the issues many people feel uncomfortable sharing with friends or family.
(608) 441-6725
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amy Collins Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
“Do you long for more fulfillment in your relationships? Are you struggling with the life transition of a new baby or a loss? Do you want to change your gender and need support navigating those changes? I offer individual and relationship therapy on a wide array of topics. You are the expert in your life, and my goal is to create an accepting, non-judgmental environment, which offers you the opportunity to explore patterns and behaviors that no longer benefit you. My passion is helping people recognize that they are their own greatest resource.
(608) 383-5403
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
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