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Therapists in Worcester County

Anchor Support and Wellness, Counselor  in Douglas
“In my practice I strongly believe that counseling is a collaborative relationship and that each individual guides their own process and treatment. My theoretical background is strength-based and eclectic allowing each unique partnership to guide the most effective treatment plan and goals. Through my years of experience, I have developed a specialty in working with adolescents, adults, and elders. We can work together if you are feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, and struggling with all of life's twists and turns. I also have experience in trauma, grief, and parenting.
(617) 622-5625
Douglas, Massachusetts 01516
Womens Wellbeing Coaching & Counseling, Psychologist  in Worcester
“Women's Wellbeing Coaching & Counseling is a private psychological practice committed to providing the highest quality treatment available to address the mental health and other life problems women frequently experience. Clients are offered cognitive behavioral therapy that has been shown by research to be effective with many issues such as depression, anxiety, stress management, life transitions and relationship problems. Other issues treated at Women's Wellbeing include post-partum depression and anxiety, PMDD, and the psychological factors related to perimenopause and menopause. Clients are offered highly personalized treatment in a private, comfortable setting.
Nancy E. Ostrowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bolton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Many clients who I meet with for the first time confess how scared they were to make the initial phone call and to set up an appointment. Usually after the first appointment they say they are glad they did. In today's culture, there are so many stressors and demands of everyday life that we often wind up taking care of others and sometimes find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious and stuck. I have watched change and relief take place as clients meet with me over time and together we gain understanding and awareness of how to move forward.
(978) 986-4041
Bolton, Massachusetts 01740
Rose Marie Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westminster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you being heard? I provide a safe place to look at fears, sorrows and anxieties which prevent you from living productive and loving lives, to provide insight and understanding to behaviors and motivations and to offer tools to lead more vibrant living. I offer my clients the opportunity to experience forgiveness and healing.
(978) 767-9030
Westminster, Massachusetts 01473
Cristina Andriani, Counselor  in North Grafton
“My counseling philosophy is that clients need to be understood as whole people within their context, and that their healing is a combination of teaching them the tools for a healthier life, honoring their strengths, empathizing with the difficulties they encounter, yet challenging them to grow in spite of obstacles. I am eclectic in my style - I don't believe any one approach is best, but rather that the approach is determined by the type of problem or concern a person presents with and his or her personality.
(774) 207-9018
North Grafton, Massachusetts 01536
Melissa Fijol, Counselor  in Auburn
“I am currently accepting clients to begin individual treatment sessions, or couples sessions, from March 11, 2015 and on. My treatment modalities include Cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and trauma informed care (specifically addressing areas of PTSD and complex trauma); other treatment modalities are utilized based on client's needs (i.e.. narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, etc.). My ideal client is someone who is seeking treatment due to having the insight that life as it is currently can be improved upon; that there is a willingness to better relations with self, others, and the world.
(860) 333-6861
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My practice helps adults collaboratively work together to achieve full functionality in a natural, holistic way. I am part of an integrative group practice that offers multiple services in one location to help clients meet their self-designed treatment goals. I have extensive experience working with a wide array of clients, and look forward to helping you feel better in sustainable way. I have a special focus in working with clients in treating depression and anxiety, life stage transitions, substance abuse, relationship and marriage needs, and chronic mental health needs. I employ evidence-based, strength-based approaches to wellness.
(508) 242-3021
Worcester, Massachusetts 01608
Linda G Charpentier, Counselor  in Westminster
“Welcome to Crosswalk Behavioral Health, Inc.! ***Currently we are not taking new patients. Please check back with us for future availability or call for our wait list.*** We believe that you have more strengths than you realize. However, people frequently struggle to see these strengths because they become overshadowed by life's challenges. We believe that individuals are resilient and have the capacity to not only survive, but thrive. Often individuals will need support at various points in their lives to see this growth. We are here for you. We respect and welcome people of all races and faiths.
(978) 769-3250
Westminster, Massachusetts 01473
Deb Folsom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Worcester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life is full of challenges; from relationships, families, and friendships to school, employment, and our careers. Regardless of the origin of these challenges, learning to manage them can bring us increased happiness, hope, and rewards. My role is to help you or your loved one find the way to a better today through self reflection, building on present strengths and developing new ones.
(774) 244-4144
Worcester, Massachusetts 01603
Michelle L Chunis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in West Boylston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Sometimes life gets a little tough and it can be helpful to have someone to sort through "stuff". I have been practicing for over 10 years, working with tweens, teens, adults, and older adults. My specialties include anxiety, depression, grief and loss, abuse, and trauma. I aim to create a positive therapy experience in a calm, safe environment.
(508) 403-0794
West Boylston, Massachusetts 01583
Karen Feeney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Through therapeutic dialog and activities, my clients have been able to overcome emotional and psychiatric obstacles. Our first step is to perform a careful and thorough assessment as I believe that this, along with a strong therapeutic relationship, is the key to therapy. We additionally look at your strengths and supports, and then, by understanding the whole picture, begin our work towards positive change and wellness.
(508) 866-0224
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Deborah L Dutton, Counselor  in Worcester
“I believe we all, from time to time, (therapist's included) come to a place where we accept we can't continue to manage our lives the way we might hope to. I work with individuals and couples who recognize their struggle and are open to getting help. Regardless of the issue-anxiety, depression, past trauma, sexuality, aging, relationship or life adjustment difficulties, I am someone to help you find your way through.
(508) 659-3429
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
Robbin Miller, Counselor  in Shrewsbury
“My ideal client is someone who seeks exploration of their inner awareness via internal guidance to achieve their dreams and goals through self-understanding. My motto is "Exploring and Searching for your Inner Self" We accomplish this by training our minds to be open to possibilities to attract goodness and success in our lives. Awareness is spaciousness in the present moment as we learn to see it in a new light amongst the thoughts, the sensations, and feelings. I work well with individuals and families going through transitions such as a divorce, an adoption, caregiving,being out of work, and experiencing bullying at work.
(508) 296-0953
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01545
Maureen F. Sappett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westminster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I enjoy working with all ages. Over the last 20 years I have worked with children,tweens,adolescents,adults,couples and their families. Creating a therapeutic environment, which is safe,non-judgemental and caring, is one of my main goals. Every individual has a unique set of circumstances. This requires a personalized intervention to create the changes needed to gain the insight to better understand themselves and others. Once becoming empowered with the skills to feel confident about themselves and their environment they soon find life becomes more managable and easier to navigate through.
(978) 633-9965
Westminster, Massachusetts 01473
Jennifer F Spirito, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Northborough
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My practice focuses on working with women and adolescent/teen girls to enhance overall well-being. I work with women in the areas of postpartum and clinical depression, anxiety disorders, relationship/marital issues, and parenting stress. My experience with adolescents/teenage girls encompass the areas related to college readiness/preparation, pre- and post-college transitions, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, selective mutism, low self-image/self-esteem, bullying, teen pregnancy/teen parenting, relationship conflicts, academic stress, and bereavement. I am invested in working with my clients to provide them with the tools and skills to achieve their personal goals and improve overall sense of well-being.
(508) 802-5273
Northborough, Massachusetts 01532
Meg Manning, Psychologist  in Westborough
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in autism diagnostic evaluations and neurodevelopmental assessments of toddlers and preschool children. I also conduct neuropsychological assessment for school age children for a wide range of concerns including ADHD, learning disorders, communication disorders, and social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. I also attend school IEP meetings, conduct classroom observations, provide parent consultation, and follow children over time as needed.
(508) 689-9710
Westborough, Massachusetts 01581
Stuart G Fisher, Psychologist  in Worcester
“My areas of particular expertise are family therapy, couple therapy, and parent training. In 30+ years as a practicing psychologist, I have also treated numerous adults, adolescents, and children in individual psychotherapy. Throughout my career, I have been involved in training mental health professionals and supervising their clinical work. Currently, I teach couples therapy and family therapy to psychiatry residents and psychology interns.
(508) 812-0955
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609
Pamela Paquette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For 25+ years, I have been integrating psychological, intuitive and spiritual aspects into my work. This creates a heart-centered, wise and compassionate approach to the psychotherapy, inner healing and positive change offered to clients for personal life issues related to self-esteem, anxiety, depression, relationships, work/career, health and stress. As an eclectic psychotherapist, I offer traditional and non-traditional counseling drawing upon the most effective methods for your particular issue, challenge or crisis. This enhances your possibility for greater clarity, confidence, inner strength, emotional well being and problem resolution to move beyond blocks into positive growth and happiness.
(508) 832-7022
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Dave Russo, LMFT, LMHC, Counselor  in Holden
“Dave is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC); a Level II EMDR Therapist; and has taught in the pastoral counseling graduate program at Assumption College. Dave is a clinical member of the MA Association of Marriage & Family Therapists and the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists. Dave's academic work includes duel majors in Religious Studies and Psychology at Assumption College; a Master's degree in Theological Studies and Pastoral Counseling at the Claremont School of Theology (CA); and another two years of post-graduate academic work in pastoral counseling at Claremont.
(508) 455-5114
Holden, Massachusetts 01520
Becky Howard, Counselor  in Auburn
“Whether you're feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless, or irritable, making that first call for help can be hard. You desperately want to feel better, but you're afraid of what it will be like to share your thoughts with a therapist. I understand. My guiding principles are respect, appreciation of differences, and a balance between acceptance and change. I listen carefully and center the therapy around your needs.
(508) 815-4137
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Worcester County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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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.