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Therapists in Milwaukee

Todd C. Campbell, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I am a licensed psychologist with 25+ years experience in the counseling profession. My approach is collaborative, strength-based, solution-focused, and research-evidence-based. I have worked in a variety of settings (outpatient, hospitals, and universities) as clinician, researcher, and educator. I have had the privilege to work with many people (children, adolescents, adults) to develop coping skills or to resolve a variety of challenging and often seemingly-overwhelming issues that so many of us face throughout our lives. The first step to any change is - HOPE. There is help for you and your loved ones - please reach out.
(414) 269-3866
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
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
Aaron L Rutell, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I am an insight oriented, cognitive behavioral therapist who blends these approaches to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life changes. I integrate methodologies to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client and to meet them where they are in life. I work to assist individuals to make healthy life transitions in the areas of relationships, careers, family, academics and grief/loss. Since 2001 I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor, and I am currently specializing in outpatient psychotherapy serving as a private practice practitioner in the Milwaukee area.
(414) 306-6627
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Stacy Dunning, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CAPSW, RYT
“I believe a successful therapy experience depends primarily on the creation of a trusting relationship. My goal is to create a space that allows each client to genuinely express themselves, feel validated, and learn tools that allow him or her to explore present strengths and challenges. I use an integrated approach that combines cognitive behavioral interventions, trauma-informed care, and acceptance practices such as mindfulness, meditation, and yoga. I have been a social worker for 12 years in a variety of settings including domestic violence services, adolescent residential treatment, geriatric long-term care management, and adult outpatient mental health.
(414) 269-5787
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204
Brandon Wells, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“As a psychotherapist in Milwaukee I offer services in a private comfortable setting designed to meet your unique needs. I treat depression and anxiety in a caring and compassionate manner geared toward empowerment. These issues can be difficult but getting effective help does not have to be. We will work together to achieve your desired results. I have over 20 years of experience treating clients with a wide range of issues. I will personally call you back, set an appointment within a week and help you navigate all insurance and or finacial obstacles.
(414) 369-2963
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Mary Kemmeter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“With accumulated knowledge and advanced practice from work in both inpatient and outpatient settings, I am able to offer help with a wide range of issues including depression and anxiety.
(414) 455-5461
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
“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
Kathryn Rutishauser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAC
“My expertise includes working with substance abuse, depression,anxiety,and other personal pain people struggle with which prevent them from having the life they desire. My focus is on what each person wants and my work may be helping each person discover/define what their wants and needs are, to assist in identifying both current obstacles and how they can best move forward. I am aware many clients are coming to me in some degree of pain, confusion and perhaps trauma. I tend to be engaged through listening, offering my observations, questions and feedback.
(414) 263-9110
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
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
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
Dawn Nelson, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I am an Empathic Therapist. As such, I treasure those who seek my help. I view therapy as a sacred and inviolable trust. With humility and gratitude, I honor the privilege of being a therapist. I develop relationships built on trust, honesty, caring, and genuine engagement and mutual respect. I create a safe space for self-exploration and honest communication by holding myself to the highest ethical standards, including honesty, informed consent, confidentiality, professional boundaries, and respect for personal freedom, autonomy and individuality. I encourage overcoming psychological helplessness and taking responsibility for emotions, thoughts and action - and ultimately for living a self-determined life.
(828) 348-5838
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Charlotte D Mayfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an experienced psychotherapist with a focus on mind, body and spirit and how they all work together to achieve a balance mental state. I provide psychotherapy to individuals and groups ages14 to 70 with issues such as, depression, trauma, anxiety, and sexual identity to name a few. I also provide couples with the psychotherapy collaboration to move toward mutual fullfillment in their relationships.
(414) 751-8946
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Sue Engstrom  in Milwaukee
“I have experience offering support to those living through grief and loss, life transitions, chronic illness, depression, negative body image and self-esteem, aging, as well as those needing emotional support during pregnancy and the postpartum months and years. I am expanding to include support for Highly Sensitive People and to help individuals simplify and "declutter" their lives. I bring a calming presence and often develop trust and rapport quickly, allowing me to align with my clients in a way that honors their strengths, respects their personal wisdom and motivates and empowers an honest exploration of presenting challenges.
(414) 375-4145
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Karen A Jick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW, ACSW
“My practice operates from the premise that people are doing the best they can under the circumstances and that people have strengths, coping skills, and resilience that they are often unaware of. Life challenges happen to everyone. These challenges come in the form of relationships, physical & mental health, and unexpected experiences that overwhelm our ability to cope. It is often the attempted solutions to those challenges that then become the problems. My job is to guide and support the individual/couple/family in clarifying the impact of life's challenges so that workable solutions are found, to everyone's benefit.
(414) 269-5539 x6
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
Riverwalk Psychotherapy Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“I view psychotherapy as a powerful tool for breaking out of confusion and pain. I work with people seeking help with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, life transitions, job problems, relationship issues, loneliness, and unhappiness. I actively and compassionately work with individuals (adults and adolescents) to help them regain a sense of hope, meaning, and connection in their lives, improving their coping skills and to manage daily stress and overcome destructive behaviors.
(414) 263-9090
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Trish Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe psychotherapy is a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. I also believe it is a collaborative relationship that is built on trust and mutual participation. I offer clients a compassionate and non-judgmental approach that encourages an honest exploration of difficult patterns and stuck places in their lives. I assist clients in calming their inner critic and developing a positive and loving relationship with themselves and others. I empower clients to find their own answers and truths. I invite clients to develop their inner resources and to deepen their spiritual connections.
(414) 376-5005 x307
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Sharon Thyne, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“Does something in your life need to change? The process of change can be challenging for many but with insight, direction and encouragement, it is achievable. In an atmosphere of reflection and confidentiality, I help individuals challenge their fears and build on personal strengths. I take a holistic approach which looks at the whole person (mind, body, spirit). I know the importance of faith and spirituality in the lives of some and welcome the opportunity to explore these issues with you. I do Christian counseling.
(414) 376-2051
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Frank P Urtz, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I find that clients who benefit from my services are typically experiencing excessive stress or a personal crisis in their lives. They may struggle with feelings of anxiety, grief, guilt or depression on a periodic or chronic basis; they may face work problems or ongoing health problems that increase their psychological distress; they may also feel confused or disheartened by relationship problems with partners, family members or friends. I am able to assist these clients by helping them understand the underlying source of their problems and by developing realistic alternatives that can help resolve these issues.
(414) 905-3075
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
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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