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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Providence

James Patrick Pereira, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, CAGS, LMHC
“I try to help adults and children live a more fulfilling/peaceful life. Many times a person can start to feel better by re-learning negative concepts of themselves, the future, and of others. I have been a therapist for over 20 years, specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and phobias. I have many years of experience in regards to couple counseling, family counseling, substance abuse counseling,and anger management. My office is easily accessed via 195 and 95. Most communities in Rhode Island and Southeastern Mass are minutes away. Special Consideration for veterans.
Marriage Counseling
(774) 993-3169
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 519-6590
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Elizabeth Briggs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I offer clinical services to individuals, couples, and families who are in various developmental stages. I love humor and I've found that by being genuine and authentic with my clients I am able to create a safe place for people to express themselves. It is a powerful thing to be seen without pretense or judgment by your therapist. I love working with people, and I love helping people discover the things that are holding them back and figuring out ways to break through those old patterns that make them feel "stuck."
Marriage Counseling
(401) 491-4250
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“Relationships and transitions often involve loss, grief and sadness. The diagnostic terms we use - anxiety, depression, difficulty coping - are an attempt to make understandable the pain and suffering that our clients and patients experience. Counseling and psychotherapy, and I use the tems synonymously, should enable the relief of the sadness and anxiety that are part of managing symptoms. The primary theoretical orientations - interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, and psychodynamic - that I use and in which I have been trained and educated - are always infused by and with the essential and core qualities of empathy, understanding, warmth, and genuiness.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 244-8539
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Mona Barbera, Psychologist  in Providence
“I see only couples in my practice. My job is to help you find the solution that is right for you. I use the powerful Internal Family Systems Model to help you get obstacles out of the way so solutions can emerge. You can also check out my book, "Bring Yourself to Love: How Couples Can Turn Disconnection into Intimacy."
Marriage Counseling
(617) 446-3274
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
David Joseph Pagliaro, Counselor  in Providence
“Life is challenging. Seeking therapy during times of increased stress can provide people the time, space, and support they need to be happy and productive again. I believe the role of the therapist is varied. At times people are looking for someone to listen to their unique story and bear witness to their painful details, emotions and reactions. Other times, they seek support for change; confirmation about the path chosen; or new ideas that compliment their efforts for self-understanding. At any point in life, therapy can help people gain the confidence necessary for initiating change.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 312-4954
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 307-1929
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 354-2705
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
William S. Carey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Who is the "right" therapist for you? Some commonly considered variables are therapist treatment specialties, ability to create and maintain a therapeutic alliance, clinical clarity, and professional and life experience. I utilize behavioral and psychodynamic therapy models and guide clients through examining beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors, and connecting these with their origins. I carefully listen for resistance, work through memories, identify areas of conflict, and provide insights and strategies to reshape relationships or overcome barriers to goal achievement. Successful treatment should help reveal and resolve unconscious and automatic responses, leading to improved satisfaction, personal progress and goal achievement.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 699-4288
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 429-6832
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 536-9474
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jo-Ann L. Donatelli, Psychologist  in Providence
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist experienced working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples with a range of emotional and relational issues including mood disorders, grief, loss, anxiety, trauma, poor self-esteem, school difficulties, relationship problems, and adjustment to significant life changes. I provide competent, caring, professional services in a safe and respectful therapeutic environment. I work collaboratively with individuals to help them achieve and maintain optimal mental health. I have worked in various settings providing crisis intervention as well as short- and long-term psychotherapy. My treatment approach is flexible and is tailored to what works best for each individual.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 244-8565
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
The NeuroDevelopment Center, Treatment Facility  in Providence
“Whether you are looking for help for the first time, or you have tried medication and/or counseling with little success, you have come to the right place. At the NeuroDevelopment Center, you can build a strong, supportive, and collaborative relationship with an experienced psychologist. With our wide range of tools for testing and assessment, we will help you understand your difficulties. Then we will work with you to implement the solutions that are right for you. Many people are helped by traditional forms of treatment like medication and counseling or psychotherapy. But way too many people continue to struggle and suffer despite multiple attempts to get help. At the NeuroDevelopment Center, we closely follow the research on promising new treatment approaches. As long as the method is safe and initial studies or clinical experience shows benefit, we offer you some innovative therapies. We offer the tried and true as well. Our professionals have decades of experience with proven traditional psychological services like individual psychotherapy, family, and group therapy. At the Neurodevelopment Center, you have lots of choices. Join us. We can sit down together, understand your situation, and decide what approach is the right one for you.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 267-4550 x100
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Rosemary Decroce, Psychologist  in Providence
“I work with couples and individuals providing a safe place to explore issues, conflicts and struggles. During the many years I have been working with clients, I have seen my work evolve to include many approaches to help people who are suffering, struggling with major life decisions, problems in relationships, transitions, illness, grief and death. Often, unsuccessful patterns in relationships are causing or contributing to feelings of despair, increased anxiety/depression or feelings of helplessness. Together we find a way through these challenges using many tools that have been shown to be effective and long lasting.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 396-1022
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 237-4360
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Carla Ferrari, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“While experience, knowledge and judgment are essential to effective therapy, the key ingredient to success is a positive personal connection. As a therapist with 25 years experience in both private practice and in-patient settings, I have a long track record of developing trusting relationships with a wide range of clients and helping them to achieve the type of positive change they seek.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 234-1871
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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 262-5838 x101
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Brittany Drozd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“What are you experiencing right now? We can start there. Therapy should be a process by which you and I work together to meet goals you determine. Just as you are unique, your therapeutic experience should be as well. I will expect honesty and effort from you in our work together, and you can expect guidance and compassion from me. I am truly interested in your progress in finding peace of mind. I love the work that I do because I love being involved with people who are making positive changes in their lives. You can make these changes too.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 404-7954
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Andrew D. Ellison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I use a strength-based, Imago couples trained, family systems approach. I focus on reducing relationship conflict, improving communication and feelings of connection and caring in individuals, couples, and families. My goal is, and I am skilled in, making positive changes happen.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 859-1566
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Sean Manchester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, M, Div
“We all get stuck sometimes. We can find ourselves caught in intense and confusing emotions, and aren't sure how to handle them. Although these feelings can be painful, the truth is that there are stories connected to them, and telling our stories, in time, can produce remarkable change. I offer a calm, supportive setting that allows you to be heard, share your feelings and experiences, and discover new options to live a happier, more balanced life.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 285-1923
Providence, Rhode Island 02908

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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in Providence or for a Providence marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in Providence (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.

Note: Counselling (with a double 'l') is the more traditional spelling of the term in Canada and the UK, so the same terms might appear as marriage counselling in Providence or for a Providence marriage counsellor who provides marriage counselling services in Providence. They include marriage for couples.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Providence have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Providence you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Providence and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Providence or family therapy in Providence.