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Therapists in Hartford

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(860) 218-9170
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Yvonne Miceli, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you happy in your relationship, living peacefully in your blended family, or feeling successful as a parent? Is your family and work life in balance? How are you doing with handling work and personal stress? While everyone faces challenges in life, sometimes the stress and pressure can be overwhelming. I believe therapy should support the whole person, couple and family. I work with couples, families and individuals, tailoring my approach to best fit your needs and to replace your discomfort with more peace and happiness.
(860) 756-5319 x2
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Jennifer Honen, Counselor  in Hartford
“People seek therapy for different reasons - life transitions, family issues, anxiety, a sense that they could be living fuller lives and having deeper relationships. Sometimes people feel unhappy and stuck in old familiar behaviors and patterns that they find are no longer helping them reach their goals. My intention is to create a safe, respectful, supportive space to hold the work of therapy. Some of my clients seek short term counseling for specific issues, and others want longer term counseling to gain a deeper understanding of the ways they relate to themselves, other people and the world.
(860) 356-2498
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Amanda Pasciucco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The time for change is NOW! I help clients overcome challenges from both longstanding issues and new presenting problems. My clients and I work together to create a plan that promotes change.
(203) 599-3532
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Pamela Lubin McGuire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is about what works for you. I provide a compassionate, non-judgmental, and confidential space to explore and shift away from maladaptive thoughts and patterns. I work relationally with individuals to foster self satisfaction, further self understanding and appreciation, and restore the self. A comfortable patient and therapist relationship is key to successful and meaningful therapy. I view the client as the expert on his or her own experience. I aim to create a safe space in order to expand awareness of that experience, integrate aspects that may have been excluded from awareness, and integrate new experience and meanings.
(860) 598-0983
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an interactive, psychodynamic therapist trained in EMDR and Body Centered Gestalt therapy. My approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(860) 570-4800 x1
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Ellen Bobruff Reese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“If something seems missing from your life or a relationship, or life is painful, I can help you regain a sense of passion and find new meaning and purpose in your life. After first listening to your hopes, fears and your pain, I will give you active feedback about where you are stuck and specific tools that will help you remove obstacles so you can begin the healing process. As you see options you havenít seen before, you find passion, challenges, and excitement, where before you saw pain, problems, and stress.
(860) 952-9461
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
John Reynolds, Counselor  in Hartford
“I believe in a straightforward approach to mental health and substance abuse problems. I have observed throughout my career that clients have the capacity to make significant changes in their lives when they are able to gain the insight and support through brief counseling. I provide a supportive environment and a collaborative approach to bringing about change and developing insight into the origins of clinical issues that bring people into therapy.
(860) 920-7618
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Radiance Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
“Radiance Counseling Center (RCC) specializes in therapeutic services for Individuals, Couples and Groups, as well as Clinical Assessments and Virtual Therapy. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance, Private and Public Funding, Governmental Agencies, Cash and Credit Cards. We offer flexible, individualized hours for our clients.
(860) 331-8486
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Lisa Elswit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I can help you achieve the personal goals you set for yourself. With many years of experience and training in a wide variety of therapies, I have tools to help resolve the pain and conflict from traumas, anxiety and depression, and work through difficult relationships. I believe in creating a safe and respectful therapeutic relationship from which we work on what is important to you. I appreciate the strength it takes to seek help and take the responsibility for this work seriously.
(860) 308-1729
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Mary Lombardo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all have an innate wisdom and knowing that allows us to heal from any trauma or life experience. You are making a choice to enter therapy to understand yourself and others and to learn to grow and value yourself, have fulfilling relationships, and create more meaning and purpose in your life. Together we will explore your life experiences and I will help you connect with that inner wisdom and knowing. I am committed to helping you move beyond your current obstacles and help you resolve some of the more difficult areas that you may be experiencing in your life.
(860) 552-6159
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Marcia E. Brubeck, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
“Feeling depressed, anxious, stressed? If you tell me about your situation and the issue that has brought you to my door, I can help. You will identify options, problem solve, and find new ways of coping. You will set goals and start living and parenting well. You will address life stage issues; career problems; anger and stress management; and relationships with family members, lovers, and friends. I will listen, help you troubleshoot, and cheer you on. You will overcome obstacles, discover passions, and make new connections. You will love more and make the future you have always wanted.
(860) 308-1341
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Linda L Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I take an active approach in working with my clients to develop effective coping skills to face life's challenges. I use a cognitive approach to help clients learn how their thinking adds to their distress and how to assess their concerns in more empowering ways. My training is in marriage and family therapy so whether I am working with one person or a number of family members, I help my clients understand how changes in how the family operates can greatly reduce stress. I have a particular interest in and continue training in mindfulness based stress reduction.
(860) 324-1001
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
SBH Counseling & Consultation, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
“Have you experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and have feelings of anxiety, stress, or fear? Do you feel depressed and have lost interest in activities you once enjoyed doing? Today, you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. Let me help you face your fears and get past your pain, so you can move on with your life.
(860) 615-4265
Hartford, Connecticut 06103
Linda L Peterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Within a warm, intuitive relationship, I listen carefully to what people are asking to help heal and improve their lives. I focus on their core essence and help them discover their unique strengths and qualities as we work together to release the emotional blocks, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, low self esteem, that interfere with meaningful relationships and fulfilling lives. I integrate as needed a new approach, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), which is capable of releasing traumatic memories and reactions, phobias, OCD, anxiety and depression and related issues to restore health on all levels.
(860) 724-4080
Hartford, Connecticut 06114
Debra J Horn, Counselor  in Hartford
Counselor, MS, PT, CST
“You matter. You have the ability to transform the quality of your life and to find your way to inner wellness. Sometimes we need a little help along the way. I am here to assist and support you on this journey within a safe, nurturing and affirming environment. My experience has taught me the delicate connection between our bodies and our emotions. Thus, sessions explore wellness through integrating bodywork, counseling, movement, curiosity and play. Healing always begins with an awareness of self, an openness to possibility and a willingness for positive change. I truly look forward to working with you.
(860) 264-4316
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Nicole Cyr, Counselor  in Hartford
“Whether you are seeking support through a difficult time or you want to make positive changes to become your best self, I can help you on your journey. The foundation of my practice is compassion, warmth and creativity. My collaborative approach means that I work with you to achieve the growth you are seeking. I have experience in working with teens and adults struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues and trauma. I believe that each person has the strength and resources for healing- my role is to help you tap into them to become your best self.
(860) 756-5234
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
“Working with clients who are dealing with depression and anxiety are a focus of my practice. I work with couples and really like doing so. Breast cancer patients are also a specialty. Life transitions, parenting and family issues, adoption issues, eating disorders and ADD issues are also areas that I have expertise in and find rewarding to work with. Modalities I work in vary, but it includes psychodynamic "talk" therapy, DBT and CBT, life and executive coaching, body-oriented therapy, including sensorimotor psychotherapy.
(860) 613-6516 x4
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Dr. Tracey and Associates, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hartford
“Here at Dr. Tracey and Associates we offer high quality individual, couple and/or family therapy to treat a wide range of problems and issues. Put simply, our mission is to use our knowledge, skills, and experience as therapists to help you address and resolve the conflicts that are undermining the quality of your life. We understand both the art and science of healing strained or ruptured relationships, of healing emotional wounds, and providing concrete strategies and solutions to cope with your problems. Please call or email today to start living a more satisfying life.
(704) 419-8564
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Justin Marchese, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hartford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My goal is to provide clients a safe, supportive and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship to talk, feel, heal, and change. Life challenges present us with opportunities for new chapters, new growth. Helping you reach your therapy goals is of utmost importance to me. You do not need to be controlled by the past, yet do you often use old behaviors in situations wanting a new response? Are you suffering from anxieties, fears, self-doubts, or "irrational" worries? I am committed to helping you live with more awareness, more freely, and with more energy for your present.
(203) 654-7567
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
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