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Therapists in Madison

Sue Gill, Psychologist  in Madison
“I tend to be relaxed and calm, and am good at helping others to find a sense of calmness in their own lives. I understand that you are a person, not a set of symptoms. Because of this I will work hard to minimize the anxiety that you may have about coming to therapy. My aim is to build a collaborative, supportive relationship that will support you along your journey. I think of this work as sacred. I often find myself in awe that I get to walk with people so closely as they journey through life.
(608) 250-2492
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Dana E Brunner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Reaching out to a therapist can be a huge first step if you have never sought support before. There are many things to consider before choosing a therapist. Will this person be the right fit for me? Is this person competent and well trained? Can I trust this person with my inner most thoughts and feelings? The list goes on and on... As your therapist, I will support you by empathizing, validating, and normalizing your experiences.
(608) 433-2541
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
William Jay Blevins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MBA
“I believe people seek out therapy because they wish to change. My role is to facilitate that change. With that in mind I tend to be very direct and challenging. I use a very experiential approach to therapy. I appreciate clients that are thoughtful and willing to put in the work it takes to successfully improve their lives. I welcome individuals, couples, families and alternative relationship structures.
(608) 433-2837
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
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
Emily Barr Ruth, Psychologist  in Madison
“I work with a variety of clients, and I seek to create a personalized approach to meet each of their needs. I believe that my clients can experience profound and lasting change in their lives, and I empower them to implement that change. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify lasting solutions to problems so that they can have more satisfying lives.
(608) 371-6011
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CAPSW
“*** Please note: Practice will be taking clients starting May 2015. Please check for updates here. East Side Isthmus location. *** Tired of "being the problem?" How does your thought process affect your behavior? What is your life story? How can it be shaped going forward? Let's find those "sparkling moments" and make the problem the problem in a safe, secure, comfortable and empathetic environment.
(608) 709-0296
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Darald Hanusa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LSCW, SAC
“It was Ralph Waldo Emerson who once said that, "What lies behind us and what lies before us matters little compared to what lies within us". For more than 30 years I have focused on helping children and adults, individually, in couples, in families and groups achieve strength, peace and confidence by improving conflict resolution, communication, stress and anxiety, anger management skills, child and adolescent behavioral problems, and parenting skills as well as improved functioning and decreased emotional distress related to depression, self-esteem, post-traumatic stress and bipolar disorders. Through a combination of interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral and motivational approaches I have seen my clients make meaningful and lasting transformations in both emotional and behavioral dimensions. I provide evidence-based, focused, and time-limited treatment with documented results for mental health, behavioral health and substance use issues.
(608) 579-0529 x229
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
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
Victoria Ellington-Deitz, Counselor  in Madison
“I work with older children, teens, and adults. I haved helped clients experiencing anxiety, stress, trauma, depression, uncontrollable anger, eating disorders, self-harming behaviors, suicidal thoughts, and problems regulating behavior and emotion. Other clients come for therapy to ease life transitions, self-exploration and self-empowerment. My style is collaborative, involving strength-based, cognitive, behavioral, and body-centered techniques in both individual and group therapy. Specializing in movement, mindfulness and relaxation, I have worked in a variety of agencies, hospitals, and private practice settings. In addition to being a professional counselor, I am also a registered somatic movement therapist.
(608) 554-0696 x3
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Kathryn M Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My goal is to provide affordable counseling in an informal, friendly and confidential atmosphere-to create a safe place to talk about any concern-including topics such as stress, worry, sadness, loss, relationship difficulties, adjustment challenges, troublesome behavior patterns, life crises or trauma experiences. Some people seek help because they need a neutral sounding board. Others feel stuck or face issues that interfere with their ability to feel happy and productive. I believe in helping through a compassionate, strengths-based approach so that individuals can find solutions to their problems and develop a deeper understanding of themselves.
(608) 561-4795
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Alexander Einsman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“A deeper understanding of yourself and your relationships sets a firm foundation for positive and lasting change. Together, we'll work on new and healthier ways of coping with the stresses in your life, so you can enjoy more meaningful relationships -- with others, and with yourself. I can help you move forward on your life's path, and help you stop revisiting past traumas and reliving old challenges that keep you stuck in unhealthy emotional places. My areas of focus include anxiety, depression, phobias, trauma, unresolved grief, LGBTQ clients & family and couples counseling.
(608) 535-9285
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Victoria G Goodman-Strenski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“I believe that over the course of a lifetime, most human beings experience times of feeling overwhelmed by what life can bring. We find ourselves making life choices that can lead to feelings of unhappiness, feelings of being stuck and unable to change. We may drink more than we want to, eat more than we want to, and experience feelings of anxiety, confusion, anger, grief and loneliness that we are unable to move through. The good news is that change is part of our nature and it is always happening. What we can learn to do, is work with it.
(608) 713-3208 x217
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
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
Velma M Haag, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaboration between client and therapist, focused on understanding the client's needs.
(608) 713-4880
Madison, Wisconsin 53716
David Langford, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Here is how I help: I offer grounded and compassionate therapy that is open, present, and realistic. You will be understood and accepted as you are so we can work toward resolving the problems that stand in your way, whether they are challenges you want to face on your own, or relationship issues you want to resolve with your partner or family. With couples, Meshel Lewinski is my co-therapist. Having both of us provides balance, perspective, and support (please see our website, linked on this page).
(608) 709-0392
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
Joseph Weidenbenner, Counselor  in Madison
“I am a skilled therapist who helps clients manage and overcome life's challenges with a gentle, interactive approach. I work with individuals of all ages and ethnicities, married and pre-married couples, families, individuals and mental disabilities. I have actively counseled since 2003, and has received training in several areas including grief, anxiety and depression. I received a BA in Physical Education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and he received his MA in Community Counseling at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
(608) 216-2331 x2
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Sandra R Derks, Counselor  in Madison
“Addictions and traumatic life experiences often keep us stuck in behaviors that are baffling and even debilitating a times. Efforts to change such behaviors can often feel overwhelming and defeating. Through my work with EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and other creative therapeutic strategies, I have assisted many clients to realize new behavioral patterns and positive beliefs about themselves. I also assist individuals to more effectively manage attention deficit disorder, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. I believe the reprocessing of psychological distress provides individuals in depth healing and renewed emotional freedom.
(847) 558-6313
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Natalie Duhr Stowell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I have extensive experience in mental health treatment with children and adolescents. My ideal therapeutic practice is diverse and includes individuals and families in all stages of life. I am passionate about working with individuals experiencing significant emotional and/or psychological distress. Clients who struggle to regulate their emotions may do so because of difficult life transitions, developmental processing difficulties, or relational and environmental factors. Whether acute crisis or longstanding circumstances, I embrace non-judgmental collaborative in creating positive change. I am certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based approach aimed at improving self-awareness and the ability to tolerate painful emotions.
(608) 561-0581 x8994
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Psychzy, Counselor  in Madison
“TEST. DIAGNOSE. TREAT. We are to Psychology, what x-rays are to your bones. We help you get a piece of mind and a sense of responsibility by giving you a snapshot of how you THINK, FEEL, and ACT through modern psychological testing. We provide you with accurate diagnosis and best treatment recommendations to maintain the well-being of your family. Hablamos Espaņol!
(786) 520-2329
Madison, Wisconsin 53718
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