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Therapists in New Haven

Haley Neidich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“How cool that you found your way to me! I'm a psychotherapist and life coach focusing on helping young adult women to up their self-esteem, decrease anxiety and doubt in order to have lives they're totally obsessed with!
(203) 916-0431
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
“We at Jessica R Fay, LCSW, LLC are committed to joining with each person and/or family that I work with to empower them to reach their full potential. We are excited to continue to expand to meet the needs of the communities that we serve.
(203) 930-1631
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
“I view my role as a therapist as one of helping people to deal with the problems, issues and/or transitions they are facing that are making it difficult to live life to the fullest. If you are feeling depressed or anxious, struggling with problems related to relationships, including divorce and parenting, work, loss, past or present trauma or other issues, I have found the therapeutic relationship can bring help, hope, healing and energy to live your life more fully in the present.
(203) 344-5220
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Carrie Christensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CGP
“Often the first call is the most difficult. I am a licensed clinical social worker with postgraduate training. I am committed to providing a safe and non judgmental space where together we will be able to alleviate pain and hurt and focus on improving your quality of your life. We will move at the pace most comfortable for you. Often the first call is the most difficult, but it is the first step towards feeling better.
(347) 682-4156
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
The Yale Center for Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Psychologist  in New Haven
“The Yale Center for Anxiety and Mood Disorders is affiliated with the Department of Psychology at Yale University. We have served the greater New Haven community for over 20 years and specialize in working with individuals who are coping with difficulties relating to anxiety (e.g., panic disorder, generalized anxiety, trauma, social anxiety, OCD, and other forms of anxiety) and mood (e.g., depression).
(203) 612-5688
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Stephanie Hope,   in New Haven
“What would it mean for you to be "healthy"? How would it feel? For some health means being physically fit and disease free. To others health is gracefully coping with what life brings forth, including illness. To others, health is being in touch with an inner source of peace and joy. My expertise is in the coaching process; you are the expert on you -- on your vision of health and your own path to wellness. I can assist you in amplifying your vision and in navigating challenges to make small, meaningful, and lasting changes in daily life.
(917) 809-5609
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Tammy Nelson, Counselor  in New Haven
Counselor, PhD, LPC
“I have worked with individuals and couples for many years, my focus is on relationship issues. I am an Imago therapist and specialize in couples issues, I am a Board Certified Sex Sexologist, a Certified Sex Therapist, a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and an Infidelity specialist. I help couples and individuals find or restore passion to their lives. I work with affairs and infidelity, sex addiction as well as other issues around monogamy negotiation. I have written several books including The New Monogamy, Getting the Sex You Want and What's Eating You?
(203) 318-4860 x1
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Ernst Prelinger, Ph.D, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I believe that, as human beings, we continually work within ourselves, trying to realize our hopes, desires and ambitions, Sometimes this is harder than what we can accomplish; we feel conflicted, helpless, and stuck. At such times turning to thoughtful and experienced assistance may be of help. As a psychodynamic psychotherapist I view myself as a possible assistant to the person's own efforts to do his or her psychological work.
(203) 403-2864
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Les R Greene, Psychologist  in New Haven
“As a Yale-educated and Yale-affiliated psychologist, I have been practicing psychotherapy for forty years. My therapeutic aim is to help individuals and couples better understand the conflicts and tensions from which they suffer and discover new understandings and new means of coping. In addition to my private practice, I supervise Yale psychiatry residents and psychology trainees, as well as consult to several community mental health agencies. I also serve as Editor of a prominent journal on mental health and psychotherapy and consult to several other professional journals and am President-Elect of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
(203) 212-8364
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Robert Page, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Robert Page, LCSW, BCD, practices in New Haven, CT. For more than 25 years, after graduate work at Yale University Divinity School and University of Connecticut, he has worked with individuals and couples in his private practice--Mental Health Associates. In his professional and clinical work he serves as a clinical supervisor, consultant, seminar facilitator on topics such as "The Impact of Race and Ethnicity on Psychotherapy, and he has held adjunct and assistant professor positions at Southern and Western Connecticut State Universities. He is trained in EMDR, a psychotherapy that treats effectively the emotional & psychological effects of trauma.
(203) 651-5031
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
Frana K Dupree, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
“Clients come to a therapist in crisis. Sometimes they are ready to go further than simply assuaging the pain and anxiety of the moment. There is a curiosity involving the recognition of their own participation in the pattern that brings hurt and pain. It takes courage to look at oneself from a value neutral position, but that is when the work begins,
(203) 865-3893
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Michelle A Collins-Greene, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I have been in private practice for 30 years treating a wide range of personal and emotional issues for professionals, artists, creative individuals, young adult women, mothers, career women, men in relationships, teenagers in stressful family relationships, parents wanting to improve parent-child relationships of all ages, and couples.
(203) 405-5511
New Haven, Connecticut 06517
Laurie B Grunebaum, Psychologist  in New Haven
“Do you struggle with negative feelings about yourself? Do you frequently compare yourself to others, always feeling less than? Do you feel overwhelmed easily, flooded with constant worries that you can't rid your mind of? Or, do you find yourself in chronic cycles of addictive behavior(overeating, binging & purging, overusing alcohol or drugs, oversepending. etc.)followed by feelings of guilt and depression? Are you always talking to yourself with "shoulds" or "what ifs"? Do you have low interest/motivation and find yourself avoiding responsibilites or tasks that would actually make you feel good about yourself? I can help you!
(203) 776-3667
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Myriel Rodriguez, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I am a bilingual clinical psychologist who is committed and passionate about my work with clients of all ages (adults, children, adolescents) and all walks of life. I believe that empathy and genuineness are fundamental in developing a trusting and meaningful relationship with my clients, which is necessary for creating change. I also believe that a balance should exist in inviting change and validating accomplishments. These values are essential to who I am, both professionally and personally.
(203) 652-8738
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I view psychotherapy as a creative and collaborative process that leads to a fuller engagement in love, work and play. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety and self-esteem issues as well as creativity issues and matters relating to relationships, gender and sexuality.
(860) 498-2067
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Andrew FB Campbell, Counselor  in New Haven
“I know that choosing a therapist is a stressful and challenging task. Because client-therapist fit is so important, I encourage any potential clients to contact me to set up a free consultation. This initial consultation is a chance for us to meet, for you to tell me about your concerns, for me to tell you more about my practice and how I might be able to help you, and to answer any questions you might have. I work to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to change unhelpful patterns and move towards greater health and happiness.
(860) 631-4095
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Norka T Malberg, Counselor  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PsyD, LPC, EdM, MSc, MS
“Dr. Malberg has 20 years of experience working as a psychotherapist. She is a graduate of the prestigious Anna Freud Centre in London and holds a doctorate from University College London in the UK. She brings into her practice her experiences as a clinician, researcher and trainer of other professionals as well as her dedication to the well being of her patients. She strives to run a practice based on openess, flexibility and commitment to her clients and their emotional needs.
(239) 829-5905
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Erin A. S. Oleskey, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
“Psychotherapy is a unique opportunity to explore and understand the feelings, thoughts, experiences, and behaviors that contribute to one's difficulties. I assume that (a) what anyone is experiencing is what's possible for the present moment and that (b) change is also possible. With each patient I work toward change over time, be it in the form of self-acceptance, emotional relief, satisfying relationships, or choices he or she feels better about.
(203) 286-4549
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Douglas Rau, Psychologist  in New Haven
“Life brings challenges and hardships. You may be burdened by insecurities, fears, anger, or resentment. Relationships or work may be unsatisfying. Most likely you have tried to feel better on your own; some things may have helped, but not always fully or lasting. The source of some problems can be identified while other problems are vague and unclear. In the end, you come with your own set of difficulties and life circumstances. I believe psychotherapy enhances our natural tendency to understand ourselves as we strive to realize our hopes and aspirations.
(203) 286-5895
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Psychotherapy can help individuals, couples, and families to create the kind of change they want to see in their lives. I specialize in providing therapy to teens and adults who are struggling to overcome issues with intimate relationships, food, body image, stress, anxiety, substance use, depression, and the successful navigation of difficult life situations.
(502) 230-4680
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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