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J. A. Ford Group, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waterford
“Jessica Ford is a highly skilled psychotherapist with a proven track record with couples and individuals who experience relationship distress. Her extensive post-graduate professional training includes couples therapy, sex therapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). As an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist she is professionally trained to assess and treat a variety of sexual and relationship concern: low and inhibited sexual desire, pelvic floor pain, ejaculation/orgasm dysfunction, sexual abuse, PTSD experiences, compulsive addictive behaviour and a lack of balance about sex, and other issues troubling a person and their partner.
Sex Therapy
(262) 744-4090
Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
Barbara Temple, Counselor  in Burlington
“I am a Nationally Certified Counselor, who specializes in Christian counseling. While working to resolve the issues bringing you to counseling, I will also seek to help you understand yourself more deeply so that you may enjoy lasting change and a closer relationship with God. My hope is that you will develop a sense of well-being that extends to all areas of your life. My approach to treatment is integrative, and draws from cognitive behavioral, solutions focused, and emotionally focused therapy. Although treatment approaches are important, I believe having a solid relationship with you is what facilitates change.
Sex Therapy
(262) 468-7253
Office is near:
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
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Martin Poe, Psychologist  in Racine
“I have found that humor, empathy and understanding, for oneself and others, are key elements in building relationships with people. These qualities are the foundation of all good psychotherapy. I am comfortable working with people from varying spiritual traditions. My abilities are well suited to people who are emotionally sensitive or traumatized. I have worked well with individuals who have had treatment failures in the past, people who are creative, gifted individuals, adolescents and children. Play therapy is effective with children who have cognitive delays.
(262) 485-4779
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Stefanie Palmer, Counselor  in Racine
“Are you struggling with poor self esteem, self injurious behaviors, suicidal thoughts, hopelessness, limited support or helplessness? If so therapy is a great way to address these issues and grow as an individual.I have been working with children and adolescents for the last nine years and have worked in several different capacities.I specialize in individuals with chronic self-harm and suicidal ideation. However, I have also worked with individuals with ADHD, mood disorders, sexual identity issues, thought disorders, impulsive behaviors, conduct disorder behaviors and many more.
(262) 582-2118
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Claudia F Rohling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Racine
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Twenty-five years ago I took a trip out West that changed my life. Deciding some time alone was in order; I was drawn to the Western United States. The rocks, canyons and caves held the images that Native Americans created centuries ago. Those petroglyphs tell the ageless stories of their spirit and truths. These simple images were a part of everyday life stories. I felt connected to them. Stories link images of the heart with images of past and present. Our stories are complicated and we sometimes need help. Therapy is a verbal expression of self to make change and improve life.
“I believe in meeting clients where they are at in their healing process. Assisting my clients in identifying their unique strengths in order to find balance and joy in their lives is always at the core of the therapy process. I provide a straightforward, compassionate approach with my clients and take my work very seriously. I do not, however, take myself overly seriously, so clients feel I am very easy to relate to. I believe that everyone, at some point, can benefit from therapy. It's not only to fix what might feel broken, but also to improve on what's working in our lives.
(262) 229-2767
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Verna F Christy, Psychologist  in Racine
“Therapy should be a positive step toward better spiritual, mental, and physical health as well as stronger, more resilient relationships. Living to our fullest requires attention to all dimensions of health: spiritual, emotional, physical and social. To facilitate healthy life patterns, many challenges and difficulties (such as maladaptive patterns of thought, behavior, and relating) will be considered. At the same time, clients may count on support as they identify, recognize, and use their God-given strengths, skills, and assets in this process.
(262) 912-4232
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
“I use short-term focused therapy to help you solve problems, think positively and effectively, manage feelings, have better relationships and make positive changes in your life.
(262) 447-4112
Racine, Wisconsin 53402
“I usually work first from a practical and cognitive-behavioral level, which may deepen eventually to inner personal levels through use of dreams (from a Jungian perspective) and sometimes Sand Play. I emphasize protection of trust and the therapeutic process as much as possible and help the individuals and family members I. work with to understand the reasoning. Each person is unique and I anticipate and enjoy building a relationship that assumes collaboration. I then work with them toward activating their own healing potential, no matter the age, with the hope that it is a lifelong learning and ability.
(262) 584-4996
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Norma M Hoeger, Counselor  in Waterford
“I enjoy working with children/adolescents ages 3-16 dealing with traumatic experiences such as grief and bereavement, verbal, physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse and self harming behaviors. I have extensive experience working with children with behavioral problems (home/school), ADHD,adoption, anger managment, anxiety, attachment issues, bipolar, depression, mood disorders, poor peer relationships and PTSD. I encourage homework activities to enhance the therapuetic progress and reinforce the therapy work with the child by strengthening parenting skills through on-going education and support.
(414) 301-6453
Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
Steven C Fringer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Racine
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, M, Div, LMFT
“Therapy provides a person the opportunity for greater self-discovery and deepened understanding. The person I enjoy working with is someone who is genuinely curious about themselves, wants to know what makes them tick, why they make choices that sink their dreams or sabotage the relationships that are important to them or how they get in the way of themselves. They are interested in knowing their strengths so they can better embrace them and their weaknesses so they can improve them.
(262) 821-7277
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
DeBerry Consultant Svc and Behavorial Health, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Caledonia
“My idea clients are teens, adolescents, and adults dealing with depression, anger management, or how to cope with a serious mental illness. I can help you develop a recovery plan and a crisis plan. It will help you remain stable and keep living in your home.
(414) 376-6504
Office is near:
Caledonia, Wisconsin 53108
“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
Office is near:
Caledonia, Wisconsin 53108
Irene Corzo, Counselor  in Burlington
“I'm a licensed professional counselor and work with clients to improve their overall quality of life. I believe in the power of the client-therapist relationship and empowering the client in order to create change. I work from a strength based perspective while focusing on building a strong, empathic connection with my clients.
(262) 671-0162
Office is near:
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
Brian K Morgan, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Racine
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSE, CAMS-II, CDVS-I, CSAC
“Hi I'm Brian Morgan from Universal Minds LLC where we specialize in Anger Management, AODA Services and Domestic Violence. The question is who can benefit from our services? The answer is individuals struggling with anger, addiction issues, families, couples, employees, managers, health professionals, etc. We provide trainings on stress, anger, communication and emotional intelligence. We provide 10-week groups/sessions dealing with anger and domestic violence. We provide an assessment and interview of participants prior to individual/group sessions. No matter what background people and clients come from- anger has impacted their lives negatively. We help people find solutions to destructive anger.
(414) 455-2114
Office is near:
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
Shannon L Smith, Counselor  in Caledonia
“Are you depressed, easily angered, or stressed out? I am, Shannon Smith with SLS Counseling Group, LLC, specializing in providing high quality behavioral and mental health services. I am committed to building self-esteem, improving decision making, and developing appropriate coping skills to youth in the community. I focus on individual and group therapy that ranges for academic underachievement to substance abuse. Each individual has a trait to be resilient and has the inherent capability of achieving goals.
(414) 376-9024
Office is near:
Caledonia, Wisconsin 53108
John Noyer, Counselor  in Burlington
“I am a licensed professional counselor. I work with individuals, couples and families seeking to improve the quality of their lives and relationships. I take a wellness approach to counseling, striving to help people discover, recognize and celebrate their strengths and competencies. All of us experience problems in life. Some experience life as joyful and fulfilling while others struggle with depression and anxiety. The difference is usually not the type of problems we encounter but our often inaccurate perceptions and understandings as well as the process we try to use in solving those issues.
(262) 317-9014
Office is near:
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
Catherine C Loomis, Psychologist  in Racine
“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
Office is near:
Racine, Wisconsin 53401
John C Hawley, Counselor  in Racine
“I have found through 13 years of counseling in a variety of settings that therapy is my niche. I'm particularly well-suited for working with adults individually with a host of presenting issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, grief, PTSD, work stress, and adjustment to various life stressors.
(262) 384-3590
Office is near:
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Rogers Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Racine
“Founded in 1907, Rogers has expanded to provide greater access to care and is now one of the largest behavioral health systems in the country. Our staff has the expertise and experience found only in a stand-alone, not-for-profit behavioral health hospital, such as our own. Rogers provides specialized, evidence- based treatment for children, teens and adults from Wisconsin and across the country. Our specialized treatment teams, led by board-certified psychiatrists, provide many different levels of treatment including: inpatient hospitalization, residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient. Support groups are available and family education is often encouraged in order to create a strong support system for the patient, as well as to help transition back into daily life while still using the principles learned at Rogers. It our goal to make every life worth living by helping patients and their families discover hope and healing. Rogers Behavioral Health has locations in Florida, Illinois, Tennessee and Wisconsin and is nationally recognized for its excellence in behavioral health care. Every location has a unique personality and offers comprehensive, individualized treatment plans for each patient.
(866) 372-4106
We serve:
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
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