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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
David Phelps, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“My approach to psychotherapy is focused on building a strong and collaborative relationship with you, the client, working with you to provide immediate symptom relief and make sustainable change. My style is warm, curious, and engaged. I provide a safe and confidential space for you to share your story. I am influenced by the psychodynamic tradition, focusing on how you relate to yourself and others. As you begin to feel understood, accepted, and more deeply known in therapy, a trusting therapeutic relationship develops. This results in greater self-understanding and leads to change, including immediate symptom relief and longer-term transformation.
(414) 455-6205
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
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
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
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
John Meier, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. Blending conventional and alternative approaches, I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client. I work with each client to help them build on their strengths to identify and achieve life goals.
(414) 305-3049
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Joseph G Pikalek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“It's very important to me that my clients feel welcome and safe enough to show up exactly as they are. I do my best to attend to my clients in a fully present and available way so that I can deeply witness, listen, and respond to them with clarity, openness, non-judgment, and compassion. I believe that psychotherapy can be a powerful vehicle for self-discovery, self-acceptance, and transformation. I draw on my own experiences of joy and suffering to be with my clients in a human way, and welcome all those who seek a path of healing.
(414) 982-1440 x2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Mackenzie Harris, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I work with individuals ( adolescents & adults ), couples, families, & extended families. I have over 25 years of integrative clinical counseling experience, and am exceptionally skilled at helping clients create and achieve vibrant, positive, resilient ( sustainable ) growth and integrated life balance. To achieve this, I partner with my clients in ways that re-energize their personal strengths, resources, and unique healing processes. I use both traditional and contemporary therapies in an individualized manner, in order to help clients address emotional issues which bring them to counseling, and to facilitate positive treatment outcomes.
(414) 292-3900 x223
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209
Janice Gnas, Counselor  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, CSAC, ICADC, MBA
“My clients are employees, families, individuals, couples, and business people. Clients have found the calm, relaxed, safe and confidential environment needed to identify and overcome personal concerns, and to achieve specific goals. I whole-heartedly enjoy helping my clients to overcome their issues, recharge and refocus their lives. To every extent possible, I help my clients empower themselves to make the changes necessary to reach their goals. I start by thoughtfully listening to a client's individual situation, and identifying their options. Together, we, discuss, refocus, and explore new approaches to deal transitions of life.
(414) 220-4334
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Medina's Way, Pastoral Counselor  in Milwaukee
Pastoral Counselor
“Hello Potential Clients! Thank you for your interest in Medina's Way, for your counseling and mental health needs. Medina's Way provides comprehensive mental health service for individual, families, and children, where they are welcomed in a warm and inviting environment, and can find comfort and peace while dealing with their own personal issues. We provide therapy/counseling for issues such as: ADHD, ADD, AADD, AODA, Behavioral Issues with both children and adults, Depression, Bi-Polar, Schizophrenia, Natural Health Alternatives, Marriage Counseling, Substance Abuse, Nutrition, Grief Counseling, and so much more.
(414) 751-8950
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Leslie Teerlink, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“My clients are the reason I became a therapist. I work with adults,couples and families. I believe in my clients' rights to respect, attentiveness and empathy. As my client you are in control of the direction of your sessions. Your sessions are about your goals. I do not restrict myself to one treatment modality. Each client is an individual and each client can expect an individualized treatment approach.
(414) 807-7607
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
“As a Psychotherapist Kris treats dual disorders of mental health and addiction concerns. Kris sees individuals, couples and families who are struggling to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, domestic violence, eating disorders, physical and sexual abuse. These symptoms are addressed within the context of individual development and family development, especially as they relate to launching adolescents; single-parenting; separation; divorce; remarriage; and death.
(414) 501-2519 x212
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
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
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
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
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
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
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