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Charles High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCSW
“I am trained in CBT-Mindfulness and I keep current on 'brain plasticity,' positive psychotherapy, using meditation and relaxation. CBT is the preferred modality for both anxiety and depression. I believe in frequent collaboration and consultation with primary MDs and psychiatrists. My style is interactive, empathic, and supportive. Our office is a few blocks from UW-M. My other focus is in relationship (or 'marital') counseling, and I am licensed in that field (LMFT). I have evening and Saturday hours.
(414) 312-5256
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Laurie Yinko Groh, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Everyone can benefit from counseling. Counseling is learning about yourself, making changes, and developing strategies to cope with struggles in your life. It is about making the connections in your life stronger, sometimes by improving communication, other times by setting up better boundaries. I focus on your strengths and needs, and use a client centered approach. I offer services including group counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, coparenting, and individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. I gave the client the opportunity to explore their goals for therapy. I work with the client's values to help create a plan for a healthy and rewarding life.
(262) 299-4054
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Dianne Frances, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Why spend your energy trying to cope with what is, when you could use it to create what you really want? I love working with people who are motivated to make significant life change, even if they don't know where or how to begin! I focus on teaching clients to separate thoughts from feelings, tap into their inner core of intuitive awareness, and use their own inner guidance system -- to move toward their goals, and away from old patterns and obstacles to growth. Along the way, we bring in interesting discussions, good books, homework, mindfulness exercises, and of course, some humor!
(414) 376-6573
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Paul M Smerz, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“Hello, my name is Dr. Paul Smerz and I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the Milwaukee area. I believe that a good psychologist not only helps to resolve the problems that brought you to treatment, but develops a deeper awareness of you as an individual and collaborates with you to develop a plan for continued growth that reflects your life-long plans, goals, and unmet needs. To that end, I strive to facilitate an experience for you of transformational change in those aspects of your life that are most meaningful to you, including your inner world, relationships, spiritual beliefs, work life and world views.
(414) 905-3081 x115
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Julie Ford, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“"My spouse is having an affair...I'm devastated, but I want to heal our marriage." My loved one has a drinking problem." These are statements I hear when clients call me for the first time. By learning new skills, you can deal with problems in a healthier way. Families can grow though crisis, and deep healing is possible. I am a skilled and compassionate psychotherapist, licensed since 1996, I work with couples and and families facing infidelity, substance abuse, developmental issues, lack of intimacy, blended families, and parenting concerns. I also help individuals who are experiencing depression, loss, self esteem problems, and abusive relationships.
(262) 671-1380
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Carol Justin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My belief about therapy is that it happens for one hour a week and your life takes up the rest of your time. My job as a therapist is to help people to learn concrete problem-solving skills that allow them to live a successful life outside of my office. I have 30 years of experience doing individual counseling and am a trained Marriage and Family therapist.
(414) 501-4622
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
AMRI Counseling Services, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Providing Quality Mental Health & Alcohol and Drug Counseling ***We accept ALL insurances and private pay****
(414) 455-3879
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Nikki Zellner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAC
“As a therapist, I rely heavily on the power of the therapeutic relationship to assist in addressing difficult thoughts, emotions and experiences that lead to stress. I employ a very casual approach that focuses on building trust and creating a partnership where complex issues can be explored. I enjoy working with people to achieve increased life satisfaction, control over thoughts and feelings, and overall sense of understanding oneself.
(414) 278-7980 x103
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Judy Lauwasser-Bruett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, lcsw
“Has your relationship been shaken by an affair? Are you feeling alone, overwhelmed, confused? Do you worry and wonder if you and your relationship can survive the overwhelming sense of betrayal. An affair rocks the foundation of a relationship. No one thinks it can happen to them or that they can survive the intense emotions of infidelity
(262) 395-7807 x103
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224
Paul Szedziewski, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“When opportunities for change present themselves they are often masked as a crisis. My work as a therapist is focused on assisting people to make successful use of these "opportunities" to resolve the pain and conflict that move them to seek help. Repeating patterns of negative self judgment, abusive behavior and guilt reactions are often part of the cycle that leads to depression, anxiety and continued compulsiveness. My specialty is in assisting people to discover and trust their own healing power. Each of us needs to connect with our own path in recovery from whatever the illness or stress that is.
(414) 369-2914
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
Psychotherapist/Private Practice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“Psychotherapist/Marriage & Family Therapist, in private practice, and currently working toward my WI SAC-IT Certification in Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency. I am originally from Wisconsin, & completed the Master's Social Work training at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, in additional post master's training, in marriage/family therapy & substance abuse. My areas of expertise include: 1) Drug & Alcohol Abuse & Addiction, 2) Anxiety/Panic Disorder, 3) Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, 4) Trauma Related Issues/Abuse, 5) Anger & Stress Management,6) Sexual Identity/LGBTQ issues/Sexual Orientation,7) Eating disorders, 8) Adult ADHD, 9) ADHD/ADD w/ Children,10) Co-dependency/AODA, 11) Grief/Loss
(414) 412-3657
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227
Mirta Lilian Cabrera, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I graduated from Concordia University, WI. There, I obtained a master's degree in Professional Counseling. I have a special interest in couple's therapy, healthy relationship training, and youth issues. I am a member of the National Anger Management Association, Anger Management certification, a certified relationship coach, and has been trained in multiple curriculum to help families achieve healthy relationship. Bilingual Spanish/English. I believe in the holistic approach to therapy, (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and economical well-being). Friendly, culturally sensitive, solution focus, brief therapy, behavioral, and cognitive therapy approach. 414-405-1682 or miraclecounselingcoaching@gmail.com.
(414) 405-1682
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53220
DeBerry Consultant Svc and Behavorial Health, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“My idea clients are teens, adolescents, and adults dealing with depression, anger management, or how to cope with a serious mental illness. I will help you develop a recovery plan and a crisis plan. It will help you remain stable and living in your home.
(414) 376-6504
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Cindy Vee Milner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing therapy for over 30 years, specializing in treating anxiety, panic attacks, post traumatic stress disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma, relationship issues and individuals with disabilities. Life provides us with numerous challenges and struggles, however, I have found that we have the ability to create many do-overs during our life-time. Therapy is a great way to create change, learn self-acceptance and heal.
(414) 369-2932
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204
Gretchen A Batterman, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I work with children and adults who face various challenges in their lives. There are times when we are motivated for change, and there are times when we need to find the motivation for change. Whether it's working on today's obstacles, yesterday's struggles, or tomorrow's endeavors, I work with individuals and families to address concerns and find solutions. I specialize in testing and evaluations as well as neuropsychology.
(910) 499-4726
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227
Leslie Skaistis, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“The core of my work is creating a safe space where clients can feel heard, respected, and understood. A full and satisfying life is unique to each person; I will collaborate with you as you move toward the life you want to live. Understanding each client's culture, identities, and worldview is central to my approach. Not only is it important to deeply understand you as an individual, but also to explore how factors in the wider environment either promote your well being or intensify your distress. A holistic approach to wellness involves both the individual and their wider world.
(414) 269-5922
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Linn Visscher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with life, work, or your important relationships? Someone who listens deeply, respectfully, and with understanding can help build solutions and create room to breathe. Sincere listening, safety, trust, and discretion are at the heart of my practice. I draw from various approaches to understand and address your concerns, using perspective gained from my counseling masters degree, a two-year post graduate marriage and family therapy program, and my personal experience with the rigors of professional life as a former practicing attorney. Your needs and goals ground every selected approach. All are collaborative, engage strengths, generate solutions, and provide support.
(414) 301-6748
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Affiliated Psychiatric Services, Psychiatrist  in Milwaukee
“Hello -- Affiliated Psychiatric Services, a subsidiary of Achievement Associates Counseling and Family Resource Centers, is a group of experienced psychiatrists who provide caring comprehensive psychological and pharmacological intervention and treatment. For over 25 years seasoned client-centered staff have helped children, adolescents, teens, adults, and the elderly with impressive and lasting results.
(262) 264-7271
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Be Well Counseling LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“Does being in love mean being in pain? Are you and your significant other having a hard time communicating or getting your needs met? Are you confused, anxious, sad or angry? Are you feeling less motivated? Having difficulty concentrating or sleeping? Do you feel distracted and find it hard to follow through? Are you questioning your goals or feel stuck? Are you questioning your family of origin and feel you have issues from the past that are unresolved? Are you grieving the loss of someone? Do you worry about yourself or your significant other and their bad habits? Are you a survivor?
(414) 501-2664
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
Kara Catrelle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome . . . finding the right therapist can be a daunting task. I have a deep understanding of the evolutionary path of the soul on its quest to regain wholeness. I use a holistic combination of Eastern Practices and Depth Psychology - helping clients to bring what lies in the hidden realms of the unconscious mind into the conscious mind and allowing people to live a more authentic & joyful life where their inner world aligns with their outer world. This process of unfoldment brings their Higher Self to the forefront of their consciousness and assists in attaining Self Mastery and Higher States of Consciousness.
(414) 501-2563
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
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