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Therapists in Verona

Denise Paulson, Psychologist  in Verona
“I believe that personal growth is a lifelong process and that meaningful change can happen at any age. I also believe that what is needed to accomplish this is the right balance of acceptance, integrity, and experience, so that you can trust enough to discuss the issues that are most important and learn better ways of living. I utilize psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral approaches depending upon your preference and need, and I have helped many clients lead happier and healthier lives.
(973) 317-8230
Robbie Conrad, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Verona
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a warm, genuine, and compassionate therapist who works with adolescents, young adults, and adults. I take a practical, thoughtful and interactive approach to helping my clients work through life's challenges.
(973) 339-7165
Joel M Levine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Verona
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LPC, LCADC, LMFT
“Have you ever wondered how to stay sane in an insane world? WE CAN HELP!! NJ Counseling, Training, and Consultation was formed with the sole purpose of helping people to better understand and manage their relationships. Joel Levine, LCSW, LPC, LCADC, LMFT has over ten years experience in the counseling field and has been specifically trained in Marriage and Family Therapy by the experts in the field during a three hundred hour post graduate training program in Marriage and Family Therapy. This program has helped us better understand people in the context of their families and communities.
(201) 875-3022
Sarah Linder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Verona
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“You may have come here because you or your loved one is experiencing some distress or life is not measuring up to what you expected or hoped for. The decision to enter into therapy often takes a lot of time and thought before taking that chance. I will be respectful of you and your situation and offer support while challenging behaviors or attitudes that may be keeping you stuck. It is an honor for me to join you in this process; my hope is that you can find peace within yourself, so that you can find peace in your life.
(315) 219-4772
Verona, New York 13478
Regina Budesa, Psychologist  in Verona
“I work with adult and older adolescent clients who are struggling to find life beyond their diagnosis. Whether a mood disorder, a chronic or acute medical condition, or difficulty establishing a healthy lifestyle, I work with my clients to develop not only coping skills but also help them find vitality in their lives. Difficulties in life are a given; extreme suffering is not.
(973) 968-5269
Mary Carney, Psychiatric Nurse  in Verona
“Are you exhausted and emotionally drained from the waves of tantrums, aggression, anger that came along with your adopted child? Is your dream of creating the perfect family through adoption not your real experience of adoption? Is your life impacted by the trauma and loss from your adopted child's past? Adoption is a time of transition and present challenges at many levels. I am here to help. I am a psychiatric advanced practice nurse with experience and specialized training in early childhood mental health, childhood trauma and adoption issues.
(973) 679-4348
Ingrid Burke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Verona
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in the innate strength of the individual. I help my clients connect to their own inner strength and build confidence by examining the challenges they have overcome in the past.
(973) 988-4109
Gianni Pirelli, Psychologist  in Verona
“I am a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey (#4975) and New York (#019418) and I have experience in a variety of clinical and clinical-forensic settings, including hospitals, psychiatric centers, and prisons. I am frequently contacted by clients who believe they need therapeutic services for clinical or legal reasons, but it is not uncommon to find that a psychological evaluation is actually the recommended first step. I look forward to speaking with you about your specific needs and helping you find the appropriate service for you.
(973) 287-3201
Billy Ward, Counselor  in Verona
“Life is too short not to be enjoyed. That does not mean the purpose of therapy is to be happy. I believe in experiencing every human emotion on the spectrum. I also believe that we all have the freedom to exercise our own personal power to create a philosophy and game plan that works for us. I work with adolescents, adults, and couples to help guide them towards a more balanced life. I love what I do and love helping others find new meaning in the relationship they have with themselves and others. In the end, relationships are what matter most!
(917) 267-0576
Dina M Cagliostro, Psychologist  in Verona
“In my work with children, adolescents and adults, I attempt to create a warm, peaceful and engaging environment. I work with individuals and groups with a variety of emotional, behavioral and social issues. In addition to considering the individual needs of a client, my approach to treatment also accounts for the support structure a client has in place. Particularly in my work with children, I often find parents and school professionals to be crucial partners in the process of therapy. In addition, many years of experience working within schools, makes me a strong advocate for parents and students who are struggling to succeed in their school environment.
(973) 552-2381
Jesse A. Virago, Counselor  in Verona
“Ready for a change? Somatic psychotherapy is the art of healing, the science of change and the "hard work miracle" of personal growth and transformation. It welcomes the whole person, mobilizes developmental resources, generates new possibilities and maximizes therapeutic outcomes in a uniquely effective, co-creative process. So if you're feeling sad, worried or frustrated; are dissatisfied with yourself, your work or your relationships; have experienced trauma or too many hard times; or just need some help becoming the person you want to be in a life you want to live, consider the advantages and benefits of somatic psychotherapy.
(412) 385-3597
Ginny Laracy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Verona
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I hope for my clients to walk away from therapy feeling like they can handle whatever bumps they may encounter in life. This can happen by becoming aware of habits and patterns that are problematic; fully exploring and understanding them spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and then coming up with alternative ways of navigating. I offer short and long term treatment options as well as a sliding scale fee when appropriate.
(973) 857-4400 x4
Eleanor B Whitehurst  in Verona
“The counselors at Augusta Counseling Group take an interpersonal process approach to assessment and psychotherapy. Interpersonal process is a relational approach to therapy based on three basic assumptions: problems are interpersonal in nature; familial experience is the most important source of learning about ourselves and others; and the therapist-client relationship can be used to resolve problems. The major goal of treatment is to help you identify and cope more effectively with problems in daily living and to deal with inner conflicts which may disrupt your ability to function effectively.
(540) 491-0659
Verona, Virginia 24482
Christopher J Ratte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Verona
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCADC
“Recovery is not a solitary journey; it is about connection with self and others. As we enter into the process of therapy you will have the opportunity to experience inner connection and awareness leading to Self expansion and outer growth. I believe strongly that our primary task is to continue your journey of self exploration; to seek the wealth of potential, strength, compassion, understanding, and openness that lies within. It is your ability to connect with these that will serve as your greatest asset in obtaining whatever goals you have coming into therapy.
(973) 556-4029
Francesca Peckman, Psychologist  in Verona
“Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Imago Relationship Therapist. Family and Individual Therapy. Adults, Adolescents, Children. BILINGUAL -- Spanish/ English. "FEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF AND YOUR DECISION MAKING". As a FAMILY Consultant, I help all family members reach their potential, parents and teens stay in touch, heal from losing a loved one, learn to speak up for yourself, learn to manage separation and divorce issues.For INDIVIDUALS (children through adult): Reach your potential through constructive problem solving, overcome stress, anger, depression, anxiety and fears.
(973) 287-4123
Hilary Knatz, Psychologist  in Verona
“Most of my work is with adults, though I have worked with children and adolescents, too. I have experience with people from many cultures, and enjoy this work. I believe that we all have valuable skills, talents and experience to bring to this life, and emphasize the search and discovery of these. I believe that fundamentally people know what is best for them and what they need. I use supportive, psychodynamic and cognitive/ behavioral approaches.
(973) 917-8223
“Carolyn Moynihan-Bradt, M.S.W., has practiced individual, marriage and family therapy for thirty-five years. She networks on the national level as a leading voice among hr colleagues: lecturing, teaching, writing and researching while maintaining a private practice in Madison, Wisconsin. Moynihan-Bradt brings an inter-generational family systems perspective to therapy with an emphasis on person change. She listens with enormous respect for the individual and their unique history and she possesses a rare depth of understanding. She specializes in emotional issues surrounding life transitions, separation and divorce, stepfamilies, rebalancing families after a loss, and young professional.
(608) 247-5295
Verona, Wisconsin 53593
Sue Waldman, Counselor  in Verona
“Do you want to feel better about yourself and your life? Are you challenged with relationship issues, your self -esteem or body image? My clients report I am easy to talk to. I establish a trustworthy relationship in which a client can be herself/himself, say what s/he feels, fears or aspires to. Together, we examine self-defeating thoughts & behavior, identify life-transforming choices, learn new ways to manage disruptive feelings, cultivate effective communication skills and work on discovering joy, intimacy and meaning in life. Most importantly, I will help you love who you are and the life you are living.
(973) 857-9090
Lia Ward, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Verona
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I take great pride in understanding how to reduce stress within relationships. We have relationships with every person we meet and we also have a very important relationship with our self. There is a solution to repair these relationships and it starts with a relaxed and down to earth conversation. You can co-create your goals to reduce your stress.
(917) 746-7414
Bobbie Bolandi, Counselor  in Verona
“Life can become overwhelming for us at times. Deciding to seek counseling is the first step in the process of helping yourself to heal. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I work together with individuals and/or families through feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that are causing difficulties in their life. Depression, anxiety, substance abuse, grief, relationship issues, sense of self-worth, career, and more can be addressed in a compassionate, confidential, and non-judgmental environment.
(862) 881-4028

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

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

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.