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Therapists in Syracuse

Nanette (Nan) Fitzgerald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that change is always possible, that anyone can find joy and happiness in their lives. I believe that as you find solutions to problems and gain insight into your challenges your weaknesses can become strengths. I believe that trust is an essential component in the therapeutic process. I am here to support the client, not to take charge of their lives, but rather, to assist them in becoming independent, to make changes and to gain skills and tools to aid them in life. I believe it is my job to encourage, empower and support.
(801) 429-9164
Syracuse, Utah 84075
Joseph Masterleo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome to my Syracuse, NY private practice profile and directory. I am a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing counseling and psychotherapy services to adult individuals, couples and families. I have over 30 years of clinical experience in private practice addressing a broad range of personal and relationship difficulties. I also provide Christian Counseling for those seeking a professionally trained therapist who shares their biblical worldview, and can frame their personal difficulties and challenges in a faith-based, spiritually informed way. Feel free to review my homepage (website) for more information on my therapeutic training, experience, services and practice procedures.
(315) 294-0923
Syracuse, New York 13203
Michael J Miller, Psychologist  in Syracuse
“My approach to therapy is based in careful, respectful, and nonjudgmental listening. It is best suited to people who are interested in using therapy as an opportunity to get free of symptoms that have become painful, while at the same time learning more about themselves. You can expect to have an ongoing conversation in therapy that is closely attentive to what you have to say about your own experience--in a way that other conversations are not. This kind of talking aims to foster greater self-awareness and the growth of the whole person.
(315) 895-1799
Syracuse, New York 13210
Shannon Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, ACSW, NBCCH
“Do you often feel that you are not good enough or that other people don't value and respect you? Are you overwhelmed by daily tasks? Do you experience sadness, loneliness, guilty and/or fear? Have you turned to self-defeating means (addictions, withdrawing, self-abuse, abusive relationships, etc) to cope with these feelings? If so, you are not alone. There is a good chance that the sense of "something missing" you feel comes from some part of you that has been lost, forgotten, or maybe never developed. Others with these same issues benefit from therapy everyday. Please let me help.
(315) 895-1477 x500
Syracuse, New York 13203
Trampas (Tj) Rowden, Counselor  in Syracuse
“I began clinical work with individuals, couples, and families in 2000, and have developed a strong interest in four areas: (1) core principles of healing, growth, and success in our efforts to change, (2) character strengths and virtues central to any "good" we create in ourselves and with others, (3) the inevitability of "relationship" in daily living - the "what" and "how" of it, and (4) the reality that clients are the gatekeepers of change and true heroes in their own success stories! I have learned that addressing our problems ultimately involves drawing on our strengths and the best that lies within us and our relationships!
(801) 894-9581
Syracuse, Utah 84075
“Experienced in working with individuals who struggle with a wide range of mental health disorders, as well as co-occurring substance abuse issues.
(315) 613-2103
Syracuse, New York 13203
Heather L Hay, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“My name is Dr. Heather Hay, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with 15 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. I have a specialization in working with children and adolescents, and also in the areas of grief and loss. I am passionate about my work and offer respect, compassion, and caring to all of my clients. I am committed to providing the highest quality of care and working together to resolve challenges and support health and healing for you and your family.
(315) 849-2079
Syracuse, New York 13210
Mitchell Jaffe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Therapy is about change. Your goal might be personal growth, working on a relationship(s) in which you are struggling or to figure out how to manage feelings of depression, anxiety or some other emotionally painful experience. My approach is to help you explore the factors that contribute to what you are experiencing and help you create positive and useful meaning and understanding from the process. I believe that this understanding helps you to be clear about what you want in life and to make choices that help you to feel better, reach your goals and enjoy fulfillment and success.
(315) 544-0524
Syracuse, New York 13203
Kimberly Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS, CRC
“I provide the unique experience of therapy services right in the comfort of your home. I support all individuals in all types of families and relationships. Change is difficult and the reasons for seeking therapy are varied but I am here to help you take the first steps towards the change you seek. If you are an individual, couple or family seeking therapy to bring about any type of change in your life and are ready to work towards that goal, I can provide the guidance and support to help you reach your goals.
(518) 380-2905
Syracuse, New York 13206
Bright Path Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
“We have an amazing staff. Our central focus is heart felt therapy, professional, confidential and always client centered.
(315) 458-0919
Syracuse, New York 13212
“Psychological HealthCare (PHC) is a group practice dedicated to providing quality, focused, interventions for the full range of mental health problems. Each of the psychologists and social workers on our staff is licensed by New York State. Each is different and more information about them can be found by going to our website at phcny.com. But they are all similar and connected in their desire to be helpful, and in working very hard to continue to learn and and develop their therapeutic and treatment skills. Because of the great variety of interests and talents in our group we are able to draw upon a variety of techniques to better address the needs of the people who come for our services. We serve people of all ages from young children to adolescents, adults, and the elderly, and provide services to individuals, couples, and families. All of our offices are conveniently located and accessible by automobile and public transportation.
(315) 670-4177
Syracuse, New York 13206
Donna Dallal-Ferne, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
“The motivation to seek therapy happens because of change. Change is the one thing we can depend on in our lives with certainty. Do you sometimes doubt yourself? Find yourself feeling frustrated, misunderstood, hurt and worse, in what you thought was a loving relationship? My aim is to help you to slow down and develop greater understandings of the feelings that are demanding your attention. In the process, you will get to know and understand the different aspects of yourself, allowing for greater self-compassion, calm, curiosity, and forgiveness, all of which are essential elements of positive and effective change.
(315) 538-3160
Syracuse, New York 13214
Paul F Pickett, Counselor  in Syracuse
“After living fifty-seven years, twenty-eight of which have been spent being a psychotherapist, I can honestly say that living a meaningful, happy, and productive life is not an easy task. We live in a world that provides unlimited opportunities for us to avoid, put off, or simply deny the things we most need to face and resolve in our lives. While distracting can create some temporary relief, being genuinely happier in one's life means that we need to ultimately address the things about ourselves, about our relationships, or about our families of origin that we have avoided.
(315) 985-4260
Syracuse, New York 13203
Jill Weldum, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CCPT
“Are you feeling chronically unhappy or worried? Has your life slowly turned into something unfamiliar? Have things happened in your life you didn't expect? Are you feeling overwhelmed, and don't know where to turn? I provide a comfortable, nurturing environment for us to talk about whatever is concerning you. I specialize with couples, individuals, and families with young children, and I have a variety of treatment approaches I can pull from to tailor to your specific situation. You'll be speaking with an experienced, compassionate, and intelligent therapist, who will quickly help you feel better.
(315) 670-4379
Syracuse, New York 13203
Karen Fernandez-Cosgrove, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Often the hardest part of solving problems is finding the right person to help you. Since therapy can be an exciting, challenging, and at times a daunting process, it is important to know that you are working with a therapist who is experienced with the issues you are struggling with.
(315) 496-4751
Syracuse, New York 13203
Stephanie Straub, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“We all have the ability to change, but sometimes need a little help doing it. You've already taken the first step by seeking out a potential therapist to assist you on the journey toward your goals. Whether you are struggling with a mental health diagnosis or dealing with the complications of life, I'm confident that together we can use the greatness within you to navigate our way through it.
(315) 544-2016
Syracuse, New York 13203
Alan Saunders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Looking for solutions to your problems? Ready to change your life? I can help! I would love to help you on your journey. Whether you struggle with relationships, depression, anxiety, OCD or just having a really hard time, we can help you at Solutions Counseling. Work toward becoming more of who you really want to be. You will find the solution-focused counseling refreshing, cutting-edge and effective. More than talking about your difficulties, we will focus on solutions to your problems. I look forward to meeting you and working with you. Thanks!!! Alan
(801) 425-1970
Syracuse, Utah 84075
Rene Wilett, Psychologist  in Syracuse
“"I have been director of Psychological and Family Services for over 25 years. I often say to my clients that I love my work and if you are willing to work, you will make the changes that brought you here. I work with individuals principally, but when appropriate and useful, with couples and families. I work out of what is called a Family Systems model because every person brings their family history to therapy. In addition, the changes anyone makes will impact the people who care about them."
(315) 227-2010
Syracuse, New York 13203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist with over 20 years experience in providing individual/family therapy to adults and adolescents. I value working with a diversity of people and in my work I utilize various treatment modalities tailored to meet each individual's unique needs. I believe therapy should be interactive, collaborative and goal oriented. I have experience working with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety/stress,sexual abuse, domestic violence,grief/loss and relationship concerns. I have a strong interest and specialization in work with adolescents with ancillary parent counseling.
(315) 233-1212
Syracuse, New York 13210
Harriet Marcia Casey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer a caring and compassionate place to do your healing work. I have over thirty years of experience working with adults, adolescents and children. My goal is to help you find the tools you need to bring harmony and balance to your life.
(315) 895-1494
Syracuse, New York 13215
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Syracuse have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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