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African-American Therapists in Connecticut (CT)

Joanna Crowell, Counselor  in Essex
“I help people maneuver through obstacles and encourage and inspire personal growth. I work to facilitate the recovery process, meeting people where they are in life. I am certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors. I hold a Master of Science in Community Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University. I am an experienced Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. I have written and provided lectures on treating addiction, and am certified in Medication Assisted Therapy to help the growing population of people addicted to opiates that are on agonist medications.
African-American
(860) 615-4617
Essex, Connecticut 06426
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been a Social Worker for 36 years with 18 years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have worked with chemical dependent clientele along with co-occurring disorders. I have worked with clients with depression and anxiety with the use of CBT, DBT, Mindfulness and Relaxation techniques. I have worked with several managed care companies. I had two prior private practice experience with large multi-disciplinary staff. . I worked five years with the Department of Children and Families along with other behavioral health facilities that dealt with children and youth. I have worked with couples along with meditation cases. .
African-American
(860) 785-2924
Farmington, Connecticut 06030
Diana Mille, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Shelton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MA, LMFT, AAMFT, Approve
“As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and EMDR Clinician, I specialize in working with individuals, couples and their families who experience psychological and emotional trauma and PTSD. I work with diverse populations experiencing trauma and a wide range of trauma-informed mental health issues (e.g., anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, sexual abuse, domestic abuse, chronic pain and eating disorders) as well as those affected by community disasters.
African-American
(203) 989-4566
Shelton, Connecticut 06484
Rodney Denson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in North Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCSW, LADC
“As a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor with 15 years of experience my first priority is to restore hope. It was once said that "The capacity for hope is the most significant fact of life. It provides human beings with a sense of destination and the energy to get started". If you are looking to get started or need help maintaining on the road of hope and recovery for yourself, a spouse or family member, I would like to help you. I am a therapist committed to supporting individuals and families using a strengths perspective and motivational interviewing.
African-American
(203) 651-5039
North Haven, Connecticut 06473
Jennifer Jordan Sawyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients ranging in age from child to adult are referred for mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, poor self esteem, bullying, racial, family conflicts and histories of sexual, emotional and physical abuse and other forms of trauma. They are encouraged to work on relationship, educational and professional struggles. They are referred due to behavioral and academic problems in school. They are encouraged to explore their sexual identities. They are referred for counseling due to loss of a loved one through natural death or violence. I recommend that anyone interested, please contact me for a free telephone consultation.
African-American
(203) 819-7217
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Tamera Crenshaw, Counselor  in Bloomfield
“I'm committed to providing professional clinical treatment that addresses the social, emotional and behavioral needs of children, adults, and families in crisis. I work collaboratively with individuals served to help them advance toward improving the personal strengths and communication skills necessary for maintaining healthier more productive lives.
African-American
(860) 357-6806
Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002
Bergvik Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Hamden
“Are you experiencing a personal crisis in your life right now? Depression? Marital discord? Financial issues? Job loss? Career impass? Loss of a significant person in your life? All of these issues can be difficult to cope with alone. If you need someone to help with regaining your balance and direction in your life, perhaps I can help. Together we can chart a new direction or get you back on track. The point is that you are the final decision maker as to where you want to go in life and I can serve as your coach. Call me.
African-American
(860) 556-4804
Hamden, Connecticut 06518
Albert Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“If you are ready to address the life situation that is preventing you from being your best self, seeing a therapist would be beneficial. It would be my privilege to work with you so we can jointly conquer this temporary barrier that is hindering a more fulfilling life. Evening appointments available 6,7 or 8pm.
African-American
(860) 724-4085
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
David Ezell, Counselor  in Fairfield
“I work to get clients better as quickly as possible using a cognitive behavioral, goal-oriented approach. In addition to my adult practice, I also have advanced training and experience in child and adolescent psychology. Over the years I have worked with clients from every habitable continent, as well as with a range of genders and sexual orientations. At Columbia University, I received my graduate degree in psychology and then completed two additional years of doctoral training in clinical psychology at Long Island University.
African-American
(203) 883-0464
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824
Linda B Domenitz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in West Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MS
“Thank you for reading my profile. I'm interested in learning about you, exploring your history, your concerns, goals, and hopes and discovering how we can best work collaboratively to meet your needs. Right from the beginning we will discover how your strengths can resource you as we explore whatever issues are holding you back from moving forward. Through our partnership and alliance we can create the kind of space that can help you move from stuck places to greater vitality and personal freedom . With sufficient trust, safety and human connection transformative growth and development that was not previously thought possible can be achieved.
African-American
(860) 591-8168
West Hartford, Connecticut 06107
Susan Gestal, Counselor  in Greenwich
“I have a passion for helping people of all ages improve their relationships, develop healthy coping skills and heal from relational injuries or trauma. In a safe and accepting environment we explore and understand the things that are not working well for you. There is always a reason for people's choices and behaviors, even those that cause significant problems. Once you understand the reason behind the behavior you can begin to make changes and adopt new healthier ways of living. I walk alongside and encourage you in this often difficult, but rewarding process.
African-American
(203) 275-0453
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
Nadine Padowicz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fairfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In the past seven years I have become quite adept at working with clients who have trauma histories. Trauma can be major or it can be minor. I find that all human beings have experienced some form of trauma in their lives and this trauma often contributes to our current dysfunctions. I use a method called EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) with almost all my clients. This is a physiological method that is both quick and effective. So whether you are suffering from depression, anxiety, addiction, ect. I can help you both rapidly and dramatically.
African-American
(203) 275-9918
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
“As an obesity expert, I specialize in weight loss by uncovering and correcting the psychological and emotional overeating triggers and bad habits that contributed to your overweight state in the first place. [Go to www.drlessack.com and listen to an interview on CT Public Radio with Faith Middleton "The Psychology of Weight Loss".] I also specialize in providing scientific solutions to clients who have slow metabolism or a hard time losing weight due to menopausal or post-menopausal hormonal fluctuations.
African-American
(860) 218-9170
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Enroue Halfkenny, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At Healing and Liberation Counseling I will help you address the emotional, spiritual, and physical health issues that are preventing you from being in the world the way that you want to be. Issues related to PTSD/trauma, anxiety, self doubt, sexism, life changes, racism, chronic stress, spiritual crises, career changes, relationship difficulties, depression, parenting, and death/grief/loss can all impact us in ways that throw us off from being our whole selves. By creating effective interventions, I will address these issues as they relate to you, your spouse/partner, family and to the people and communities around you.
African-American
(203) 204-1395
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
Dr Wendy Eisenberg, PhD, Psychologist  in Westport
“Here's the scoop. I am not the kind of therapist that quietly takes notes and now and then asks you "How does that make you feel?" Nope. That's not the way I do it. Bottom line? Let me tell you about my specialty. My specialty is you. I am not invested in keeping you in therapy for years on end. I am ridiculously easy to talk to. I have a unique style which is interpersonal, respectful and creative. If you have felt stuck with former therapists take a chance with me.. I look through a different lens.
African-American
(203) 222-8088
Westport, Connecticut 06880
Steven Zimbel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Glastonbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW
“Welcome.Personal growth often occurs in a comfortable therapy process. I look forward to providing this for you. My areas of specialization include the treatment of depression, anxiety, panic, couples, relationships, divorce adjustment, ADHD,work, school problems, living with chronic illness, parenting, substance abuse and self esteem building. My work has involved treating individuals,couples, families, children, teens and adults for 29 years. I am board certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work by the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social and by the National Association of Social Work.
African-American
(860) 375-5503
Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033
Loretta Staples, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with those who feel 'different,' and whose sense of difference creates distress. Issues may include concern about 'fitting in,' alienation from family members and significant others, and uncertainty about identity, appearance, and community. Left unresolved, these challenges can yield interpersonal conflict, depression, anxiety, addiction, and self-harm. Acknowledged, they can provide opportunities for growth and healing, deepening one's sense of self, purpose, and belonging.
African-American
(203) 779-6307
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
CT SocialWork LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waterbury
“Therapy often helps with life adjustment issues such as, anxiety, depression anger management issues, relational/divorce issues, grief, addictions, loneliness, and problem relatives or work peers. Our beliefs and behaviors are often influenced by our experiences, personalities, spiritual beliefs and cultural views. A therapist can offer an unbiased, alternative view of understanding issues and offer intervention skills to help client set personal goals. With the help of therapy, many people are able to cope with burdening circumstances and often overcome them.
African-American
(203) 660-7459
Waterbury, Connecticut 06708
Nanette Greene, Counselor  in Norwalk
“My practice focuses on helping people feel empowered and gain a sense of clarity, direction and self care.I use a holistic approach incorporating mindfulness-based interventions and wellness strategies. My style is person-centered, compassionate, supportive and upbeat and encourages self reflection, motivation and insight.Clients learn to touch hidden areas within themselves and develop a greater sense of meaning and resilience.
African-American
(203) 989-4685
Norwalk, Connecticut 06851
Charles Kaplan, Counselor  in Meriden
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, Therapi, Counsel
“PLEASE CONTACT BY EMAIL. Every one has burdens as a result of living. No one is without troubles! Happy, successful people learn to see their problems as challenges that can be understood and dealt with-- turning problem solving into a positive experience and a growth opportunity. A sad past or an anxious future can be such an opportunity for growth. I provide a confidential, safe, "team" approach to therapy, and welcome your phone call or e-mail. I also speak some Spanish and this office is wheelchair accessible. Thank you. Dr. Charles Kaplan
African-American
(203) 235-4422
Meriden, Connecticut 06450

African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Connecticut (CT) or for a Connecticut (CT) African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Connecticut (CT) or Connecticut (CT) black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Connecticut (CT). They provide African American counseling in Connecticut (CT) or black counseling in Connecticut (CT) and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Connecticut (CT).

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

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

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