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Therapists in Waukesha

Kelsey Dillon  in Waukesha
“Is your child struggling at school or home? Struggles such as inattention, impulse control, mood swings, aggression, or making friends can make it difficult for children to learn and grow. By focusing on your child's strengths and interests we will work on discovering and using coping skills for your child to use while at home, school, or in the community so they can thrive and be happy.
(262) 421-4016
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Patricia Ann Glatzel Clough, Art Therapist  in Waukesha
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has prepared a space to help you feel comfortable to explore personal emotions and conflicts. While participating in therapy does not require you to engage in the experiential arts, I do encourage self-expression to release blocked emotion within sensitive surroundings. Some of the important areas of work include building self-esteem and self-identity, and helping to overcome deficits such as anger, communication, anxiety, separation of the family unit, depression, eating disorders, and grief. Being able to recognize your individual strengths and building on them helps encourage personal empowerment!
(414) 269-3102
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
Stress Management & Mental Health Clinics, Inc, Psychologist  in Waukesha
“Dr. Glass has been recognized as having an exceptional reputation as a psychologist in South Eastern Wisconsin, including Milwaukee and Waukesha Areas. He has provided consultations to local TV, radio, newsprint, and e-presentations for NBC, ABC, CBS affiliates as well as national news publications. His positive and supportive approach to therapy has identified him as a therapist who has guided individuals, couples, and families to very successful changes. Helping people understand and cope with depression, anxiety, and other stressful events (with positive, resilient, mindful and optimistic strategies) is scientifically proven; and is his primary approach to successful results in therapy.
(262) 544-6486
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Steven J Miller, Counselor  in Waukesha
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)and Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC), I have over 20 years of experience in treating individuals struggling with Alcohol & Drug Abuse, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Depression and a varitey relationship problems including marital and family. My approach to therapy is to give compassionate and nonjudgmental care utilizing treatment approaches that are evidenced-based and clinically proven to be effective such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). I also teach a master's level course on addictions and mental health at a local university.
(262) 228-8422
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
John Weaver, Psychologist  in Waukesha
“Are you worried that depression is becoming a chronic problem? Are you interested in addressing your issues without medication or with the least amount of medication possible? Do you want to learn healthy thinking skills, to be in better control of your emotions, and to align your actions with your deepest values? Mindfulness skills are simple to learn and helpful to use. Research has shown that up to 40% of those who apply mindfulness practices to manage the symptoms of depression have been able to successfully eliminate anti-depressant medication without relapsing for more than 5 years.
(262) 293-6943
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Joyce Lynn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waukesha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work from a psycho-spiritual perspective, specializing in issues arising during the midlife transition. This powerful passage is often punctuated by a painful loss and is typically accompanied by depression and/or anxiety, vague feelings of unrest or emptiness, questions of meaning and purpose, and a deep yearning to connect with something greater than yourself. Should you feel drawn to work with me, I will provide a safe and supportive environment for your personal process of transformation to unfold and my commitment to you is the personal presence, integrity and authenticity born out of my own inner work.
(262) 358-4169
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My mission is to create a climate that empowers my clients to deal with any problems they are seeking treatment for. I believe that every client enters treatment with his or her own unique problems and strengths. Therefore my main focus is treating every client with a non-judgmental accepting approach.
(262) 293-5247
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Peter Allen Schwoerer  in Waukesha
“A picture is worth a thousand words. Artistic expression is capable of capturing our thoughts, feelings, and experiences much more fully than through words alone. Art therapy utilizes your creative abilities to simultaneously help work through painful emotion, family and relational conflicts, addiction, depression and anxiety. Art therapy also fosters self-awareness, helps explore identity, and improves self-worth. Through the use of art and developing your personal style, you will empower yourself as you cultivate your creative potential. By using art to express yourself and communicate you can build confidence which will flow into all areas of your life.
(262) 456-5978
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Family Service of Waukesha, Treatment Facility  in Waukesha
“Our professional counseling staff can help with a wide variety of presenting problems, stressors and issues for people of all ages. Our staff includes Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Professional Counselors who provide individualized services tailored to meet the specific needs and preferences of each client. Family Service therapists offer a wide range of specialties including EMDR, mindfulness, emotional regulation skill-building, EAP services, child and family therapy, Narrative Attachment Therapy, Trauma Therapy, psychotherapy to child victims of trauma and abuse, play, art and sand tray therapy, Christian counseling, couple psychotherapy and many more services to adults, teens and children ages 3-older adult. We schedule appointments during the day or in the evening. We participate in most insurance plans including Medicaid and Medicare and are contracted providers in most network plans. Cash pay arrangements are available for people who are uninsured. Call the office to arrange a meeting with one of our therapists.
(262) 725-0603
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
Margaret Underhill, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Waukesha
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CSAC, ICS
“Thank you for viewing my profile. Most of my experience is with adults but I also enjoy working with adolescents. I have worked in all treatment settings - intensive outpatient, aftercare, residential, inpatient, narcotic replacement therapy (methadone), and Employee Assistance Programs. My areas of greatest experience are working with women, dual diagnosis clients, impaired professionals, trauma survivors, affected family members of people with Addiction Disease, corrections clients and Intoxicated Driver clients.
(414) 751-8796
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Hope for a Better Tomorrow, Psychologist  in Waukesha
“Hope is just a phone call away. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction, or relationship issues- I will work with you to develop NEW ways of dealing with life's circumstances. Sometimes we get stuck in habits and thought patterns that keeps us from joy filled living. Therapy can help you feel supported and understood, while encouraging change.
(262) 287-9081
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Sarah Fesser  in Waukesha
“I believe regardless of one's past, each person has the ability to positively change their present and future. I am passionate about empowering individuals, couples and families to move beyond their circumstances into their potential. There is no situation too impossible.
(414) 939-9870
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
Jessica Niedermayer, Counselor  in Waukesha
“Are you struggling with finding your place in the world? Are you experiencing relationship issues? Are you looking for a place to get it all off your chest? As a teenager, young adult and adult you may be facing roadblocks that are difficult to talk about but sharing those struggles can be important for growth and restoration. Therapy is a place where we are able to work together to rebuild your self-compassion so you can move forward in life. You can feel good about the positive changes you wish to achieve.
(262) 891-4303
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Paula J Hillmann, Counselor  in Waukesha
“I am a Counseling Psychologist who works with families, children, teens and adults. My approach is a solutions-based, client-centered one. It involves the use of therapeutic techniques such as cognitive behavioral strategies, dignity therapy, interpersonal therapy, emotive strengths analyses, brief cognitive therapy, and mindfulness practices. SPECIALITY AREAS: * child and adolescent disorders such anxiety difficulties, attention deficits, adjustment disorders, and depressive moods; exceptional educational needs such as giftedness and creativity, special education counseling * adult problems with depression, anxiety and adjustment disorders; executive functioning difficulties and achievement of career goals * chronic health issues and end-of-life decisions * bereavement counseling and grief therapy
(262) 558-6127
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Veronica Sosa, Counselor  in Waukesha
“As a counselor working with individuals, couples and families, I am experienced in: Abuse & Trauma, Anger Management, ADD/ADHD, Children/Teen Issues,Career Counseling/Job Loss,Couples/Marriage & Relationship Enhancement,Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Postpartum Depression, Domestic Violence,Parenting & Constructive Discipline,Grief,Low Self Esteem,Parenting Children with Special Needs, Reactive Attachment Disorder/Adoption,School Issues/ Behavior Problems/ IEP's, Anxiety/ Panic Disorder, PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety,Stress Management,Veterans Post-War Anxiety/Depression & Re-adjustment.. Call(262)563-2981 for a free 15-minute consultation to see if I am the right counselor for you.
(262) 563-2981
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Megan Eurich, Counselor  in Waukesha
“Are you experiencing problems with your relationship or partner? Is your family or children having a difficult time coping with divorce or family issues? Whether you need individual counseling or a safe place to talk about family and/or relationship problems I am here to help. There is hope to change, grow, and positively improve your life. Taking the first step may seem difficult but you're not alone; let's take the journey to a fulfilling life together.
(414) 269-3823
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Denise K Reese, Psychologist  in Waukesha
“Welcome to my practice. I provide comprehensive psychological services in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere. I have over 30 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults, providing individuals and family therapy that is practical and targeted to your real life issues. My services as a psychological consultant have been routinely requested and utilized by psychiatrists, hospitals and school/university systems. I have extensive experience working with grief/loss issues and recovery from trauma, including severe burn injuries. If you have questions as to whether or not I could help you, please call for a free 10 minute phone consultation.
(262) 358-4932 x6509
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Melinda Andrzejewski, Counselor  in Waukesha
“Within the realm of my practice, my vision is for a client to feel comfortable and confident that they will be able to leave each session feeling more at peace and confident that they will be able to continue on the road to wellness.
(414) 982-1393
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Erin Hardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waukesha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You have likely viewed other websites & profiles searching for help for yourself or a loved one. Hopefully, I can be the one to provide assistance. Making a "connection" & building a therapeutic alliance is of the utmost importance to me. I provide caring, compassionate & high quality mental health services. I am honored to be allowed to be part of a client's journey. I am a licensed clinical social worker with an array of clinical experiences. I have had the privilege of counseling clients within inpatient, outpatient, & day treatment settings. I work with children as young as five, adolescents, & adults.
(262) 287-9302
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
Leah Richmond, Counselor  in Waukesha
“My desire as a therapist is to guide, support,and empower you to reach your goals. I believe that you have the strength to overcome and persevere the challenges that you are faced with in life. Developing a therapeutic relationship is the primary goal for me in helping identify strategies that would be most helpful for you. I like to look at the counseling relationship as a winning team approach.
(262) 672-6983
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188

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