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Therapists in 19711

Michele Wood Turley, Psychologist  in Newark
“I am a Clinical and Educational Psychologist with special interest in understanding the neurodevelopmental issues that drive problematic behavior in children, adolescents and adults. I specialize in Psychological Evaluations and Educational Neuropsychological Assessments. I believe that accurate diagnosis is essential to inform intervention so that it is most effective. Comprehensive assessment and informed personalized intervention help to prevent everyday problems from becoming chronic lifelong disabilities. I collaborate with you and other professionals to develop individualized treatment plans. My approach is aimed at ensuring that you, your child, and your family, have the best possible chance to develop your true potential.
(302) 476-2104
Newark, Delaware 19711
Anita Delaney, Counselor  in Newark
“Asking for help is a sign of strength. By seeking professional help you are taking your first step towards mental wellness. I feel privileged to be part of the healing journey with my clients.I use a person-centered approach and recognize that everyone has individual strengths. I am also a certified drug and alcohol counselor,and I work with with dual diagnosis (mental health and substance abuse disorders) In addition to counseling, I facilitated Parent Education classes and Stress Management workshops and Solution-Focused Depression groups. I encourage using journaling as a tool for self-discovery.
(302) 636-0700
Newark, Delaware 19711
Steve K. D. Eichel, Psychologist  in Newark
“My practice focuses on clients with unusual or very difficult issues and pain, often involving material they wouldn't want stored in an insurance company's records. I work intensively with shame-based disorders, including addiction, trauma, sexual dysfunction and acting-out behaviors. I see many adolescents who struggle with identity and guarded secrets. I have been extensively trained in adult, adolescent and child psychology. I am licensed and Board-certified, and I am credentialed in addictions, hypnosis, EMDR, and am a Certified Sex Therapist (AASECT).
(302) 570-0983
Newark, Delaware 19711
Lisa Burroughs, Psychologist  in Newark
“I am experienced in treating mood and anxiety disorders. If you are struggling with anxiety or depression, I can help you identify the source of your discomfort, and develop a plan that will best adress your concerns to more effectively manage stress, anxiety and depression. I work with individuals ages 14 and up to overcome mild to moderate anxiety and depressive symptoms as well as complex trauma related symptoms.
(415) 524-0883 x6
Newark, Delaware 19711
Doris V Obenshain, Counselor  in Newark
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor in the State of Delaware. As a pastoral counselor, my approach focuses not only upon a clinical understanding of emotional distress, but encompasses as well an invitation to the integration of psychology and spirituality in the treatment of mental health issues. My commitment is to provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere in which each individual can change and grow toward personal goals and the fullness of his/her potential. I specialize in depressive and anxiety disorders, relationship difficulties, supporting recovery from substance use disorders, and spiritual and personal growth.
(302) 319-2170
Newark, Delaware 19711
“I feel that compassion, trust and understanding are the foundations of therapy.In my 25 years of practice I have found this personal approach works best to help heal emotional pain. I help people who have been experiencing problems like anxiety, panic, depression, relationship problems, co-dependence, chronic worry and more. In a safe and respectful environment I will work to understand your personal struggle with emotional pain and help you to work toward a better life.
(302) 738-3739
Newark, Delaware 19711
Tranquility Counseling, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Newark
“Tranquility Counseling Inc. is a mind and body wellness practice. We've been in business for 10 years providing mental health counseling and recently expanded to provide massage therapy and art therapy. Our therapists are diverse, with unique specialties. Some of our specialties include, trauma, grief/loss, gender identity, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, post-partum depression, gambling addiction, and more. Please call us for more information or go on our website to read our therapists profiles.
(302) 232-8283
Newark, Delaware 19711
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in working with children and families using strengths to overcome challenges. I have worked with children for over 15 years. My interest is in helping children with anxiety, depression, self esteem, behavioral issues and/or ADHD, and adjustment issues such as foster care placement and adoption. My goal is to empower families to make the necessary changes in order to create strong, loving environments where children can thrive.
(302) 262-8484
Newark, Delaware 19711
Gina M Psenicska, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newark
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a practicing therapist for 22 years. My practice is in walking distance from the University of Delaware. I have experience providing individual, marriage, and family counseling. I believe that each person's experiences are unique. Therefore, treatment and intervention should be specific. I think that empathy, trust and understanding are essential components of the therapeutic process. My goal is to fully grasp what struggles you are encountering to facilitate positive change as quickly as possible. >>
(410) 702-4313
Newark, Delaware 19711
Stephanie Baffone, Counselor  in Newark
“Looking for the "right" therapist can be a daunting task. It might be helpful to know, that for me, I felt it was necessary to first earn the right to accompany others on their personal psychological journeys. Earning that right came not only from my formal education, but also from having the courage to embark on the same psychological journey, on which, I would be inviting and accompanying my clients. It is now, having done so, that affords me a deep comfort level, degree of understanding and respect of this process, regardless of what in particular finds you seeking support.
(302) 319-2268
Newark, Delaware 19711
Sandra Cooper, Counselor  in Newark
“Sometimes life leaves us struggling to make sense of what we are feeling and experiencing. It can happen in many ways and can be unexpected and overwhelming. Our experiences provide opportunities for growth; nonetheless, those experiences can also leave us confused, hurt and angry. I can help you make sense of things and find your way to the life you envision for yourself. I have a military background, both Enlisted and Commissioned. As an RN, I understand the body-mind-spirit connection, and its impact on relationships, health and peace. My life experiences give me a better understanding of yours.
(302) 793-9959
Newark, Delaware 19711
John Corrigan, Treatment Facility  in Newark
“Recovery starts with hope. I can start you on your way. Hope is the first step to realizing a healthy, clean and sober life. I facilitate hope by breaking down the barriers that traditionally keep people from getting the help they need. I collect basic demographic and insurance information and gather key details about addiction progression, family history, legal/employment issues and other precipitating events to provide clinically and financially appropriate treatment options within hours of first contact. I not only provide the hope to imagine a better life is possible, but the right tools to make that better life a lasting reality.
(302) 407-0515
Newark, Delaware 19711
Jamie L Hummell, Counselor  in Newark
“Everyone has unique challenges and needs. I approach counseling with this mindset, and therefore each and every client is treated as an individual, not a number. Clients are encouraged to participate in their treatment outside of the session via "homework" to assist them in focusing on their goals. A holistic approach to counseling is followed, and I believe physical health and mental health go hand in hand. Therapy is best when one's strengths are utilized to assist them in achieving their goals.
(302) 449-4295 x2
Newark, Delaware 19711
Sharon E Cooper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newark
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LLC
“I have a general psychotherapy practice and am experienced in treating a range of clients throughout the life spectrum. I have special training in the psychology of women and longstanding experience in work with clients with eating disorders, body image issues, disordered eating, childhood sexual abuse, sexual violence and other issues in female development. I have led a psychotherapy group for women in mid-life for many years. I also specialize in mindfulness practice which has greatly enriched my ability to help clients make healthier choices in life and improve relationships. I also specialize in anxiety disorders.
(302) 514-0559 x1
Newark, Delaware 19711
Trish Maslar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newark
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned clinician of thirty years. I have been in private practice for 15 years and am within walking distance of the University of Delaware. I am successful with issues of anxiety, depression, grief, eating disorders, addictions, and relational concerns.
(302) 369-6736
Newark, Delaware 19711
Michael Vincent, Counselor  in Newark
“Michael has worked in the mental health field for nearly 15 years providing services for all age ranges. Michael received his Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science, with a minor in Criminal Justice in 2003. Subsequently, he moved on to study psychology more in depth, graduating with his Masters Degree in Community Counseling in 2007. Michael has received advanced trainings on PTSD and is credentialed as a National Board of Certified Counselor and as a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health. Michael utilizes an eclectic approach when counseling while incorporating motivational tactics and improving cognitive behavior functioning.
(302) 804-0391
Newark, Delaware 19711
“In my 23 years of practice, I have helped people suffering from problems such as depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, family issues, eating disorders. I believe that each individual is unique, and that understanding a person's pain is crucial in helping people feel better, grow, and develop into a person who believes in his or her self. I also believe that trust and respect in the therapeutic relationship are essential to enable and promote change. I would welcome the opportunity to work with you. You can also feel free to call me at 302-738-3739 to talk with me about your concerns.
(302) 536-9563
Newark, Delaware 19711
Christina Zampitella, Psychologist  in Newark
“All of us experience times in our lives when a little help is needed. Maybe it's a period that is emotionally difficult, a death or loss you have experienced, struggles with depression or anxiety, problematic relationships, or just want personal growth. Perhaps you need a sympathetic, nonjudgmental ear with someone whom you can trust. Our relationship and the skills I bring help you discover your authentic self and old break patterns. Relationships with people become more harmonious and fulfilling. At this time, sessions are CONFIDENTIAL AND LIVE VIDEO CHAT ONLINE ONLY. Assessments are on site.
(858) 451-4601
Newark, Delaware 19711
Carolyn (Cara) Lee Palmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newark
“Helping people identify what their needs are and finding ways to meet those needs is an integral part of my work. Working holistically, (mind, body, spirit) we collaborate to identify both the strengths and the obstacles to getting their needs met. Whether the issues are relational, anxiety centered, or grief and loss, clients are valued and heard. I incorporate mindfulness into my work which helps clients gain insight and gather new tools for healing and living life more fully.
(302) 468-1487 x7
Newark, Delaware 19711
Kelly Mclaughlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newark
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I think therapy works best when the client is motivated and feels comfortable & understood by the therapist. My biggest strength as a therapist is my ability to connect with my clients and understand their individual needs/circumstances. Many of my clients have been successful in overcoming panic attacks, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, depression, self-injury, and anger outbursts. I also enjoy working with couples and families focusing on relationships, communication, boundaries, conflict, divorce, and parenting.
(302) 449-6518
Newark, Delaware 19711

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