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Therapists in Albany

Alice Maltbie, Counselor  in Albany
“Traditional talk therapy has limited benefits. Insight alone is not sufficient to generate change. Lasting change comes from addressing core beliefs which originate in childhood, and lead to habitual (and generally unconscious) ways of perceiving ourselves and the outside world. Thus 'our lives run us' rather than 'we run our lives'. Western culture tends to draw us away from ourselves to the outer world of materialism, competition and achievement. Mindfulness helps us to turn inward, attuning with the body, leading to the discovery of core beliefs that impede our ability to make healthy choices.
(518) 629-5119
Albany, New York 12209
Richard E Madden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“PERSONAL THERAPY...most any therapist will do if you're only looking to talk things out and have someone listen without judging. If you want more, however, I suggest that you seek an experienced clinician with demonstrated devotion to the craft including post-graduate training and advanced credentials. My Institute-training in Rational-Emotive-Behavior Therapy (REBT), unlike most other therapists, empowers me to "walk the talk" and teach you how to effectively manage your stress, unhealthy emotions and self-defeating behaviors--something I've done for myself and thousands of clients for 40+ years. Click "Website" under photo left.
(518) 225-7707
Albany, New York 12203
Lavonne Freeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, LICSW
“If your relationship with your significant other has become distant, and you're feeling as if the two of you are drifting apart, the therapeutic milieu is a good place to start piecing things together. The goal is restoration. I provide homework assignments geared towards enhancing communication and structured interactions such as: What do you believe to be central to your partner's thinking? Write 2 statements that summarize what you heard your partner describe. How does your partner think? What goes into their decision-making process? Other assignments such as a Date Night, and Exploratory Readings are also explored.
(518) 213-4192
Albany, New York 12208
Sean M Endress, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R
“You are more than just a diagnosis. Respect, compassion, and collaboration are essential components of effective counseling. I hope that we can work together to bring joy, gratitude, hopefulness, and ease back into your life. I will gently help you to make sense out of anxious and depressed states, manage overwhelming feelings, eradicate unhealthy patterns of behavior, and create a positive vision for your future. This will help you to feel more confident, resilient, and fulfilled.
(646) 600-9229
Albany, New York 12203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, SAP
“Are you feeling stuck in your life? Unhappy with your relationships or not coping well with the difficulties of life? Or are you at a critical point in your life, dealing with a major illness, a life changing event or ongoing problems with addictions, depression, relationships, domestic violence, anxiety, or self-image? I will join with you in uncovering your strengths, guiding you to understand how your thoughts and feelings impact your behavior, and sort through the "stuff" of life that is weighing you down. This will help you discover your individual path to wellness.
(518) 289-4358
Albany, New York 12208
Gabrielli Gorospe MD PLLC, Psychiatrist  in Albany
“I provide a combination of medication management and supportive therapy for individuals who struggle with a variety of mental health concerns. I specialize in working with adults, and typical stressors of patients I work with vary greatly, but oftentimes involve: general distress, marital and other relationship difficulties, initial onset depression, chronic depression, anxiety, panic attacks, work distress, and general dissatisfaction and unhappiness in life. These stressors can begin to interfere with day to day life, and I have found that appropriate treatment provides individuals with the assistance of regaining control in their life and improving day-to-day living.
(518) 291-5621
Albany, New York 12205
Compassionate Treatment Center, Counselor  in Albany
“Your life has profound meaning and sense that transcends any limitation experienced or imagined. It is alright, and a sign of strength to ask for help. Dr. Simon is always available to help.
(518) 512-0253
Albany, New York 12205
Barbara L Freedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People arrive at a therapist's office, having tried their best way of getting along in the world, regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and so forth. A universal reason for seeking outside help is distress in a primary relationship. In therapy, I help individuals understand how past relationships with parents, siblings and significant others impacts relationship troubles in the here and now. A trusting therapeutic relationship offers an opportunity for exploration of one's own mind at the deepest level, this can facilitate healing, new pathways of relating, greater authenticity, vitality and living a life that's true to one's self.
(518) 729-0827
Albany, New York 12205
David M Louis,   in Albany
MPA, CDFA
“I am a Professional Family and Divorce Mediator and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with offices in Albany, Catskill and Saratoga Springs. I work with couples who have decided to separate or divorce. I can help you avoid the pain, anguish, cost and time of going to court. The mediation process gives you the opportunity to make your own agreement, including parenting plans, division of property and debts and financial support. I can help you take the next step in a civil, constructive and respectful way, avoiding a costly legal struggle. I also help couples to communicate more effectively.
(518) 319-1075
Albany, New York 12208
Karen Laquidara Howe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Do you feel as though your past hurts trigger your reactions in your current life? Do you wish you had more happiness in your life? I would like to help you in your journey through life by helping you learn coping skills and releasing the past.
(518) 314-0223
Albany, New York 12203
Maureen B. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R, ACSW
“**Note that I am not scheduling new appointments until mid- late August. Feel free to contact me via email (below) to set up an appointment for that time.** Serving the Capital Region since 1986. The fastest way to contact me for initial appointments is via Email (obrien.lcsw@gmail.com). Masters in Social Work from the School of Social Welfare, University at Albany. Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, the College of St. Rose, Albany.
(518) 882-8946
Albany, New York 12209
John Francis Crowe, Counselor  in Albany
“My approach with my clients is collaborative, interactive, and respectful. I am an eclectic therapist because trauma affects each individual differently. I view the client as the expert on his/her journey and myself as a consultant or guide. I focus on releasing the shame and pain of the trauma/abuse using tools and approaches with which the client is most comfortable. Together we create as safe a space as possible so that this work may occur. I am a strong believer in skill building, empowerment and visibility as antidotes to shame, secrecy and victimization.
(518) 728-2756
Albany, New York 12209
Lisa G Benson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albany
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LMHC
“My experience is in working with families with behavioral problems identified in their children and with relationship issues. My specialty has been in working with families who are dealing with trauma issues, and I have been trained in trauma focused work for children 0-18. I also have experience and the desire to work with couples who are struggling in their relationship and communicating with each other.
(518) 480-2226
Albany, New York 12205
Christopher Cosgrove, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Most mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and anger are results of life stressors. You can expect a full assessment and treatment plan at your first session. I truly believe that you have all the answers to your problems and I will help guide you to the solutions. I utilize a trauma-informed care framework to my practice. Sometimes past traumas and losses can impact and/or compound current life stressors. If needed and desired further exploration of past issues can be explored to gain insight, and to explore more advanced coping skills
(518) 310-2343
Albany, New York 12208
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“As a Licensed Social Worker, I have years of experience helping children, adolescents and families whose lives are being disrupted by stress or crisis. My professional goal is to assist those experiencing such a crisis (including traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, loss, anger) to begin to feel hopeful and seize the opportunity to take the first, difficult, steps toward change and to find peace and calm again in their lives.
(518) 759-0140
Albany, New York 12203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Having been a psychotherapist for over thirty years, I have extensive experience in many aspects of both mental health and addiction problems. For the past seven years I have been utilizing Energy Psychology techniques for resolution of many kinds of problems including anxiety,phobia, trauma, guilt, shame, anger and grief. These techniques are also very helpful in the treatment of addictions, depression and OCD. Energy Psychology techniques are a significant addition to the traditional talk therapies we are familiar with and include Thought Field Therapy, EFT, Touch and Breathe and TAT.
(518) 379-0137
Albany, New York 12203
Kim Ploussard, Counselor  in Albany
“I specialize in marital and relationship counseling. If you are tired of having the same fight, feel disconnected to your partner, or would like to find ways to enhance your relationship, you will benefit from my approach. I help couples make repair by supporting each person to be more authentic in their relationships. I have a unique style that is supportive in a way that is also direct and challenging. Couples learn how to move through difficult issues and expand their comfort zones. Through this process, couples achieve greater closeness with each other while maintaining their own identity.
(518) 290-0918 x94
Albany, New York 12203
Arlene Istar Lev, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC
“We are here to support you! I am the Clinical Director of Choices Counseling and Consulting, providing individual and family therapy. My staff and I work with children, teens, adults, couples. and families, practicing traditional and holistic therapeutic modalities with expertise in sexual and gender identity concerns. We offer individual, couple, family, and group counseling. My professional practice is dedicated to the sensitive and respectful treatment of LGBTQ people and myriad sexuality concerns. Our team has training in trauma, addictions, mental health recovery, ADHD. We provide homestudies for prospective parents. www.choicesconsulting.com
(518) 379-0030
Albany, New York 12203
Josette Langlois, Counselor  in Albany
“Feeling lost and not sure which direction to go in? Feeling anxious, depressed, stressed and not sure how to handle it or what to do? Are you having difficulty in a relationship and need some guidance? I can help..
(518) 543-4117
Albany, New York 12208
Tas Steiner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you, your loved ones, or family members disagree about communication styles, control issues, self-esteem, depression and anxiety? Do you struggle with or argue about drug and alcohol use, financial inequities, control issues or separation and divorce? Do you have difficulty addressing household obligations, in-laws, raising children and teenagers? Do you have LGBT issues or concerns about coming out, do you worry about LGBT discrimination? Are yo coming out as or do you have a family member who is coming out as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered?
(518) 348-4417 x20
Albany, New York 12205

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