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Therapists in Providence

Susan Hurd, Counselor  in Providence
“I am compassionate, supportive, & pro-active. I have 20 years expertise with Mindfulness-based Mind-Body Therapies, which are cutting edge, well researched methods to help reduce stress, anxiety, depression & pain. Together, we will help you find some clarity, peace, & balance, and help you feeling better, while learning coping strategies to better manage life's stressors. I address the interconnection of thoughts, behaviors, emotions, body senses and beliefs. In addition we may address lifestyle, diet, exercise, stress & pain management, and spirituality. I do integrate Positive Psychology, CBT, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy & Meditation.
(401) 285-1911
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Heidi M Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the benefits of a therapeutic relationship and understand the courage it takes to initiate therapy and share your story. It is my professional goal to meet the individual needs of each of my clients by providing a safe, supportive, and empowering environment. Together we will focus on your strengths and create the change in your life that you are seeking. Whether you are in a place of transition or feeling stuck in pain from the past, there is hope and I believe we all can learn to live authentic and fulfilling lives.
(401) 536-9474
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Laurence M Hirshberg, Psychologist  in Providence
“I have been working with kids and adults who struggle with social relationships, attention, anxiety, mood, learning, and behavior for more than 25 years. I provide traditional psychological services like assessment, individual psychotherapy, and family therapy. I also offer cutting edge treatment approaches backed by scientific research. Far too many people continue to struggle and suffer with psychological disorders despite multiple attempts to get help. So I closely follow the research on the most promising new approaches to treatment. We can sit down together and discuss your goals, and consider together what treatment approach is the right one for you.
(401) 262-5838 x101
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jayna Klatzker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, ACSW
“Website: It takes a lot of COURAGE to see a therapist. It often means there is something that is not going well in your life. Walking through the office door initiates the process of change. I honor that with respect, careful listening, and active feedback. I am a seasoned clinician with confidence that together, we can move your concerns to a more manageable place. Struggles come from many sources. I have extended experience helping people through very difficult, scary, and/or unexpected life events. I explore answers in a way that is safe and comfortable.
(401) 753-6908
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“My goal is to help individuals learn how to make better choices, be more effective in personal and professional relationships, and improve overall life satisfaction. Topics such as relationships, separation, divorce, loss, job stress, family issues, parenting and major life changes are among many that receive focused attention to resolve upset and create a new path for growth. I use a collaborative approach in which the client and I work together to explore problems and identify solutions at a pace which makes sense. Ultimately individuals will be empowered to live a more fulfilling life.
(401) 307-1929
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Michael Burkart, Psychologist  in Providence
“I strive to help you to keep focused on your goals, improve your relationships and increase your self-confidence. I can teach you new skills and strategies for handling life's stresses and challenges. Often within the first session, you will gain an understanding of your issues and we will design a personalized action plan for positive change. Then, I act as your coach so you can stay on track and make real progress. I blend humor, encouragement, direct feedback, practical advice and a down-to-earth style to guide you through life's difficulties.
(401) 429-6832
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Rebecca Grant, Psychologist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, MEd, BCBA-D
“As an educator, I taught children with special needs in the classroom as well as in their homes and communities and worked with parents on how to address problematic behaviors. Currently, I perform neuropsychological and psychological evaluations on children and adults, with an emphasis on assessing autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, I see clients for individual psychotherapy.
(401) 406-2674
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
“I have been a licensed mental health counselor for nearly 20 years and licensed substance abuse professional for over 15 years. My focus is to support your individual personal growth and development, to help you resolve your problems, and to enable you to achieve your desired goals.
(401) 217-9974
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Steven M. Kane, Pastoral Counselor  in Providence
“"Life-Craft: The Art of Living Wisely and Well." That's what it says at the top of the home page of my website ( If that sounds good to you, please visit the site and see specific areas in which I can be of help. You'll also find useful and encouraging information about my background, training, interests, and more. (I provide services via telephone to people outside the greater Providence area. Currently my long-distance clients include people from Florida, Illinois, and California. Phone sessions really do work!)
(401) 246-4248
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Claude Verdier, Counselor  in Providence
“It's my experience that with support, people can reach beyond difficulties and make changes in their lives. Therapy is all about finding new ways of getting what you want out of life. If you are considering therapy, it's clear you want to make a change. You've probably struggled on your own and are looking for that extra resource that can make a difference.
(401) 285-6028
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Susan Hamin, Counselor  in Providence
“For the past fifteen years, I've provided a comfortable and safe environment for people to discuss their feelings and thoughts about experiences, concerns and changes they hope for in life and relationships. Through therapy, I work with clients to help them increase self awareness and understanding, become more flexible and secure, less reactive, have improved relationships, energy and perspective. My clients say they feel better, less anxious, feel kinder towards themselves, see positive change at work and home, socially and professionally, find peace of mind and have a greater trust in themselves.
(401) 519-6590
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hi, I'm a licensed clinical social worker. I provide psychotherapy to children (as young as 8 years old) and adults. I mainly treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, and trauma. I also treat behavioral problems that many children/pre-teens/teens can present. I am fluent in Spanish and thus have experience working with this population. The treatment orientation I use is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), behavioral therapy, and talk therapy.
(401) 234-0761
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Thomas Sheeran, Psychologist  in Providence
“NEW PATIENTS: To schedule an appointment with me, please call the number below and request an initial appointment with Dr. Sheeran. My area of focus is on coping with life challenges and transitions (relationships, marriage, divorce, college, losses), as well as treatment of depression and anxiety. I have experience working with adults, veterans, the elderly, gay and lesbian clients and students. My approach is to utilize evidence-based treatments to improve patients' lives in the present and the future, and to discuss the past to the extent that it helps to understand current problems. My goal is to get people better.
(401) 519-4346
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Stephanie Hartselle, Psychiatrist  in Providence
“This exclusive practice is client-focused with a tailored approach to every patient's unique needs. I am board certified in pediatric and adult psychiatry treating all diagnoses, with specialized training in sleep disorders and anxiety. I am available 24/7 to my patients, providing premium service for busy adults and families looking to maximize results with a trusted physician. As a psychiatrist trained in therapy, patients can have one appointment for therapy and medications instead of splitting time and treatment between an MD and a counselor. My approach balances the importance of therapy with thoughtful use of medication when needed.
(646) 681-5452
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Claire Hagerty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“If you are struggling, you do not have to go it alone. For clients dealing with addiction, depression, anxiety, loss, transition, or stagnation, therapy can help. I draw on various interests and techniques to fine-tune my approach for each client. We can work on resolving difficulties from the past while learning how to create more peace now. I listen empathically, and gently confront and challenge clients when they are ready. Therapy should be a safe environment where you can push yourself to explore new options.
(401) 406-2653
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lisa S Schachter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Therapy is a place to explore how you feel, think, and live in the present, all of which is influenced by your past. The core beliefs and feelings we hold about ourselves are the key to how we live our lives. When these beliefs are negative they lead to unhappiness and a feeling of being stuck in life. This may come from past and present day experiences, dysfunctional habitual patterns or a distressing event(s). We are extremely loyal to what is familiar, even when it is not working.
(401) 287-2083
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Kimberly L. Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“With an affirming, welcoming approach, I offer fresh insights that can enhance your sexual health and relationships. My treatment philosophy is holistic, taking into account the physical, psychological and interpersonal aspects of your specific challenges. I can help you identify patterns, generate solutions, and minimize shame.
(401) 354-2705
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Amy L Small, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“***Current openings*** Let's explore struggles, challenges, & problems you are facing. I'd like to understand your experiences, mentally, emotionally, and physically & the effects on your life & relationships. I am not going to impose an agenda on you, but explore what shifts you would like to make space for in your life. I will utilize curious, tuned-in listening to really understand what you are expressing & offer options & paths of exploration. It's your choice what path we follow. I will offer questions and observations that allow for expansion into a fuller experience of the paths in life you prefer.
(401) 371-0084
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Gabriele Chorney, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Providence
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PsyaD
“Are you feeling desperate and alone, misunderstood or judged? Do you long for connection and love but somehow can't achieve it? Do anxieties keep you up during the night and worry consumes you all day? My training specializes in understanding unconscious conflicts and repetitive behavior that keeps you stuck. I have seventeen years of experience of working in the mental health field. Call me and we can arrange a time to meet. I offer flexible hours and a sliding fee scale. Talking is still the best medicine.
(508) 740-0444
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lisa Reichstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I help clients struggling with life transitions, low self-esteem, social anxiety, general anxiety, depression, grief and loss and childhood & past traumas. A specialty is helping people discouraged about dating and relationships, who may find recent or past breakups/losses, romantic or not, still very painful and confusing. If you're feeling sad, anxious, stressed or stuck, I offer guidance and tools to assist you in your process of self-discovery and healing. Using a combination of counseling and coaching techniques, I'll help you find more balance and move towards getting the life you want.
(401) 680-1127
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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