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Therapists in Milwaukee

Christine A. Harness, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“A decision to enter into a therapeutic relationship indicates a willingness to change behavior that has never been, or is no longer, effective. My services include providing individual therapy with older children, adolescents and adults, and marital therapy. I have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and I work with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, marital concerns, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and other issues. I also work extensively in the areas of Industrial/Organizational psychology and mediation. My fees for consulting and mediation differ from individual and couples psychotherapy fees.
(414) 270-1981
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
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
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
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
Thomas A. Garland, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I am a psychotherapist that will identify your mental health problem quickly in a professional, confidential and respectful manner. I believe in working as a team with the patient to provide symptom relief in the problem areas. My approach to therapy involves helping you understand your problem so that you will feel comfortable throughout the therapeutic process. My training and professional experience has prepared me to work with patients of all ages.
(414) 810-2967
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Kia Holloway, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Life is rarely a smooth journey and sometimes it is necessary to seek the help of a therapist. I am dedicated to providing clients with a safe, comfortable and nonjudgmental environment so that the important work of healing and change can go forth. I recognize that each person is unique and I provide a highly personalized approach tailored to each client's needs.
(414) 255-3160
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222
Kathleen Neville, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“I assist individuals, couples and families by helping them explore their strengths, expand their coping skills, and enhance decision-making and communication skills. My focus is on where you are at now and how can I assist you toward your goals. I strongly believe that each person has within them the capacity to grow, change and find a better balance in their lives.
(773) 295-2942
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
Selahattin Kurter, Psychiatrist  in Milwaukee
“Selahattin Kurter, MD is one of Milwaukee's leading experts in the field of Addiction Medicine. He is among a small handful of physicians in Milwaukee who carry a dual board certification in Addiction Medicine as well as Psychiatry and Neurology. During his residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin, he was appointed to the prestigious position of Chief Resident. Dr. Kurter continues to hold a position as an Associate Clinical Professor for the Medical College of Wisconsin, as well as Executive Counsel Member of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Association.
(414) 455-5278
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222
Michael Leo Wallner, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I have worked in the field of Mental Health Counseling for over ten years and have extensive experience working with adults, families, adolescents and children. I received much of my clinical training and experience working in inpatient hospital, residential treatment and outpatient treatment settings. During that time I held a variety of professional positions, received quality supervision and completed my Masters Degree in Community Counseling.
(414) 376-5041
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210
Michelle Waide, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Michelle Waide. I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years experience in private practice. My approach is psychodynamic and client-centered depending on the client's needs and means, I offer short term symptom relief as well as longer term work to deal with more profound change. My therapeutic approach is grounded in relational psychodynamics in which the therapist uses the experience of empathically being with the client and what he or she is experiencing emotionally as an individual; eg. anxiety, depression, stress, etc.
(414) 369-2972
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Katie O'Connor, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I am a licensed counselor and art psychotherapist with 10 years of experience working with children, teens, and adults dealing with a wide range of mental health concerns. I have a Master's Degree in Art Therapy, and am a Member of the American Art Therapy Association. I use art in my practice which provides a unique method of communication which can open doors to a more balanced life.
(414) 455-2037
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207
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
Nicole Klepp, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“My experiences have taught me that developing a deeper understanding of oneself is important for learning, growing, and successfully reaching one's goals. One of my professional goals is to incorporate this philosophy into treatment by helping individuals focus on their strengths and solidify their belief systems. Self-exploration is only one portion of successful therapy though. In its entirety, treatment can help provide the foundation for life altering opportunities through a process that also involves mastering challenges and effectively adapting to the changes that naturally accompany growth and life.
(414) 316-6604
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53220
Lisa Hillary, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Do you want to be more successful in your relationships, have higher self-esteem, and feel less depressed? Would you like to regain a sense of pleasure in everyday activities? Do you sometimes feel like you are stuck in a "rut" that you are unable to get out of, no matter what you try? As an experienced Therapist, I can help you find happiness in your daily life. I will teach you how to restore your sense of joy in activities, life and relationships. Together, we will rebuild your self confidence, so you feel like yourself again.
(414) 369-2913
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
David Franczyk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“I believe that people not only want, but also need, someone to listen to them. I welcome the opportunity to develop a therapeutic relationship with individuals and couples to guide them from hope to healing.
(414) 367-4948 x104
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Catherine C Loomis, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I specialize in the field of behavioral sleep medicine. I work exclusively with those who have sleep problems. I offer cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia. It is a treatment that is recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and it has extensive research to support its effectiveness. I also work with people who have chronic nightmares or difficulty adjusting to their PAP treatment for sleep apnea. Some of my patients have problems with their biological rhythm. For example, they struggle with shiftwork, or they are extreme "night owls" and have difficulty getting up for work or school.
(414) 376-6564
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Shakina Robinson, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I am a very accomplished and experienced professional of behavioral and health sciences. I have immense knowledge in individual counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, group counseling and dual diagnosis counseling. I have a real passion for helping others overcome their personal struggles. I believe that everyone has a destiny and with a little guidance, I can help oversee your future endeavors. No matter what you are dealing with, I am here to provide a professional environment with quality care to suite all of your needs.
(414) 219-1126
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Jill R Turcott-Nielsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Stressed? Angry? Depressed? Feeling alone with your problems? Looking for direction and effective support? Tired of not feeling like yourself? Advice from friends not enough? Ready to talk with an experienced professional therapist/life coach? I would like to help you. Therapy means "to remedy/make better" = learning to reduce stress, feel more in control, have happier relationships, be more confident and acquire new life skills. I can offer you a blend of talent, integrity, training, experience & dedication. I've undergone my own intensive therapy, lived & studied throughout the U.S. and abroad. I'm an effective psychotherapist and life coach (30 years experience.)
(414) 258-2600
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
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(414) 973-2621
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207
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