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Therapists in Providence

Michael Crane, Psychologist  in Providence
“Do you need to find your balance, get a better night's sleep, improve your mood, reduce stress, change self-defeating patterns, feel better about who you are? With over 25 years of experience in a variety of settings, I help people in finding solutions to their problems, changing troublesome behaviors, developing their potential, and improving their personal relationships. I enjoy assisting others in adjusting to life's challenges--reducing depression, anxiety, and stress, sorting through sexual orientation issues, and exploring the "mind-body" connection to health and wellness.
(401) 680-6241 x4
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Andrea G Dougherty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I love the work that I do because I love people, each with their unique strengths, joys, challenges, quirkiness, and vulnerabilities. In my role as your therapist, I am privileged to be involved in and explore your life experience. I have a warm, compassionate, down-to-earth style along with a common-sense approach to solving problems. I will work with you to identify and resolve current stressors, and if necessary, do the work to heal past wounds which get in the way of living your fullest life.
(401) 213-3136
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Renee Brochester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“From my many years as a therapist, I appreciate each person as unique with many strengths and abilities that may become blocked in response to life's curveballs. Depression, loss, low self esteem, rejection, self doubt or major life adjustments can be difficult. In therapy, we work together to address your problem/ concerns and set goals towards building skills and connecting to inner resources. We work on lessening obstacles and confusions, in you, or in relationship to others.Your e-mail/call is an action which is an important first step to change.
(401) 244-8449
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Bita Shooshani, Counselor  in Providence
“Thank you for visiting my site, at this time, my practice is full. I have been practicing since 1997, primarily serving multicultural communities, including LGBT communities in San Francisco, California and more recently in Providence, Rhode Island. My approach is client centered - I believe you inherently know what you need to address the problem at hand. My work as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to be able to access your inner wisdom. Knowing the causes of our suffering allows us to find a way towards mental health.
(401) 566-3641
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Paula M Smith  in Providence
“My specialty and passion is couples therapy! I've help couples who were convinced that nothing and no one could help them. And then, they met me and I showed them that they could transform themselves and their relationship and get back to the love that drew them together in the first place. I help you restore your connection which I see as the main cause of most marital problems. The idea is marriage/relationships is a transformational journey based on conscious union and spiritual partnership.
(401) 782-7899
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Natalie Monaghan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“By offering a safe and open place to talk, I empower individuals to cope with the issues impacting their lives. I strive to provide compassionate support and tools in which clients can use to manage these challenges with a sense of clarity and confidence. My goal is to facilitate each person's ability to regulate their emotions and self esteem, stabilize and rebalance themselves during times of stress, increase flexibility in thinking and problem-solving, and participate in meaningful relationships and vocational pursuits.
(401) 367-4711
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Eileen K Burkart, Psychologist  in Providence
“I specialize in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to help you develop self-esteem and confidence. You will gradually become able to face your fears and anxiety, tackle stress and manage depression. I collaborate with you to develop coping strategies to handle life's difficulties. I provide direct, practical feedback in a supportive atmosphere to guide you. I am particularly skilled in understanding women during life transitions such as marriage, divorce, loss, children leaving the nest, and adjustment to trauma or health conditions. I also work with men to help develop insight into the woman's perspective and to learn communication skills that enhance relationships.
(401) 239-1069
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Shawn Cooper, Psychologist  in Providence
“People seek therapy when things are not going well in some part of their lives -- feeling too anxious or sad, having trouble with a relationship or work, reacting to a recent issue or to something that has bothered them for a long time. I work with individuals and couples regarding the above sorts of problems. I listen very carefully to what each person has to say, and use cognitive and problem-solving approaches with occasional humor so each individual can feel safe, heard and understood to let us get to and deal with the root of their concerns.
(401) 237-4360
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Carol A. Adams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
“Clients describe me in a number of ways: warm,outgoing and a little spacey; smart, enthusiastic and kind of funny; spiritual, calm and a bit on the old side. Whichever of these adjectives might apply in any given moment, clients always have my full attention and caring. I love the process of helping people sort out what the issues are, what can help, and how to change.
(401) 351-3300
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Abby L Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LICSW
“I work with a variety of client issues including anxiety and depression. I am gifted at helping clients to transition through the grieving process as well as supporting those who have experienced trauma. Additionally, I am adept at working with women who struggle in their relationships. I have a passion for working with mothers whose children have been diagnosed with Asperger's and are experiencing its challenges. A licensed psychotherapist and special education teacher, I received my Master's degree in Social Work at Simmons College in Boston and my Master's degree in Special Education at Rhode Island College.
(401) 519-5460
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Archie Roberts, Counselor  in Providence
“Therapy can make an enormous difference in people's lives. I've seen it again and again. And if you're considering therapy -- alone or with your partner -- you've probably reached a point where you realize that things need to change. Getting that change started is a big step. And finding someone you feel comfortable with makes all the difference. I'll want first and foremost to understand the situation you're in, and to get a sense of how you see things. I'll want to understand what you've been experiencing, and what sorts of changes you'd like to see.
(401) 709-4295
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Sheri Kaplan LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
“As a strengths-based therapist, I believe you are exactly who and where you are supposed to be at this moment in time. My job is to be a compassionate guide on your journey toward identifying and becoming who you want to be. I use a holistic approach in helping my clients find emotional, physical, spiritual, and social balance. I also value mindfulness, or the ability to focus your attention on the present without judgment or shame. I have a particular passion and talent for helping children, teens, and college-aged clients, and I enjoy using play therapy.
(401) 406-2199
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“I am a Neuropsychologist who evaluates individuals with attention disorders, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and other neuro-cognitive issues (e.g, Tourette's Syndrome, Trichotillomania, OCD, etc.). My therapy clients include children, adolescents, and young adults whose anxiety, depression, and social/emotional adjustment problems may be exacerbated by their underlying cognitive/language processing differences. I use a cognitive behavioral approach which I adapt to the specific processing abilities of and obstacles faced by the individuals with whom I work.
(617) 396-7958
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Park View Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
“Is stress/anxiety preventing you from getting more enjoyment out of life? We can help you manage that better so you're able to focus on the things that are important to you. Diagnosed with cancer or other serious illness? We can help you cope with that information and incorporate it into your day to day life. Other areas of focus include workplace issues, relationship issues, behavioral concerns, & parenting. Adapting to a new normal takes time and in some instances takes help. Counseling is one way to receive that help. We currently accept BCBS, United Healthcare, Neighborhood Healthplan, & Medicare.
(401) 237-4494
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Stacy Donn Cristo, Counselor  in Providence
“As a holistic psychotherapist, I build relationships of care and trust that will help you to enrich your life. If you are interested in personal growth and deep healing, whether it is from discovering a diagnosis of some kind, childhood traumas, or phase-of-life problems together we work to find meaning, purpose, skills, and deep healing. Along with the practice of loving-kindness and compassion which I integrate into my work, I also use the greatest tool, your body. Our body is a fascinating landscape filled with information, wisdom, and truth that offers liberation from suffering.
(401) 684-1982
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Christine Enos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hello, I am a licensed clinical therapist conveniently located on the East Side of Providence. I work with children, adolescents and adults of all ages. I specialize in adolescent issues, and also enjoy working with children, college students, families, and women's issues. My approach is to offer genuine support and establish a trusting relationship with my clients. This will help you clarify and address the issues that have led you to seek counseling. I usually work with issues related to depression, anxiety, and relationships.
(401) 406-2209
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Marta Majczak, Psychiatrist  in Providence
“My goal as your psychiatrist is to find the best treatment plan for you, your child, and your family. I completed The Triple Board Training Program at Brown University in Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in order to understand the complex relationship between medical, developmental, and psychiatric diagnoses. I am specialized in, but not limited to, the treatment of young children and anxiety disorders. I recommend evidence-based treatments and medications only as they are indicated. As a psychiatrist who has completed additional postgraduate training in therapy, I provide the option of combined therapy and medication management appointments.
(860) 481-7909
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lisa Reichstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I specialize in helping people who are discouraged about relationships and dating, and may find recent break ups or past losses (romantic or not) still very painful and confusing. I also help clients dealing with life transitions, low self-esteem, social anxiety, general anxiety, depression, grief/bereavement and childhood/past traumas. If you're feeling sad, anxious, stressed or stuck, I offer guidance and tools to assist you through 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
Jane Georgina O'Farrell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Anxiety, depression, anger, mood changes, difficulties with inter-personal relationships and low self-esteem are areas that I specialize in. Many of us are not aware that our core beliefs of self and others come from our experiences while growing up and continue to affect us in adulthood. I am here to help you overcome anxiety, low self-esteem and depression by helping you understand, process and move on from these challenging emotions that continue to impact your life. I also treat single traumas that are unrelated to childhood i.e. unexpected death, an accident, victim of crime, etc.
(401) 287-2178
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Rachel Simmons, Psychologist  in Providence
“Dr. Simmons is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in the treatment of anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive spectrum disorders, and relationship problems. She works with individuals, couples, and families to help them achieve their personal goals, whether they are coping with a transient problem or seeking help for more long-standing difficulties.
(401) 622-4644
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
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