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Therapists in Albany

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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
Lauren Fury, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I am experienced with treating clients of all ages from early childhood through adulthood with varying needs and difficulties. I am great with both male and female clients from diverse and varying backgrounds. I realize that clients are coming in with their own unique stories, strengths and struggles. In individual therapy, I look at each individual within the larger context of the environment in which they live. I work alongside the client to collaboratively come up with agreed upon goals for treatment. I individualize treatment tailored to the needs of each client using a strengths based approach towards problem solving.
(845) 208-0748
Albany, New York 12207
Libby McGinn, Counselor  in Albany
“I believe therapy is about hope, and that it is an act of self-care. There are times in our lives when we experience pain and confusion and find that what we've been doing isn't working as well anymore. I believe individuals have the answers that are best for them. Those answers, however, are buried under the muck - the stuff of life that has accumulated over the years. It is my loving role to help you sort through that to access that part of you that is wise and has those right answers.
(518) 643-4194 x12
Albany, New York 12205
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
Richard Caliendo, Counselor  in Albany
“I know how difficult it is to acknowledge that something is bothering you; furthermore, taking the risk to talk about the intimate details of these feelings. My framework is based on the understanding that everyone has the resilience to foster healing within. Therapy can be just the canvas to construct ways to cope with life's challenges. This may include exploring thinking patterns, acknowledging healthy and unhealthy actions, understanding how the past impacts the present, developing new parenting behavioral strategies to support your child or teenager, and/or developing tools to help cope with internal and external distress.
(518) 656-4130
Albany, New York 12201
Thelma Costello,MS,LMHC, PC, Counselor  in Albany
“I work with a wide range of behavioral approaches that provide and improve the quality of life people are looking for in their lives. In a quiet comfortable and supportive office, I offer an advanced personalized approach tailored to each individuals needs to help attain the individual growth people are striving for.
(518) 438-3139
Albany, New York 12205
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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
Wendy Ball, Counselor  in Albany
“I bring together body centered, brain wise, trauma informed and ego state approaches along with expressive arts, psycho-education and stress management to create therapy programs responsive to the unique styles and needs of my clients. I am committed to finding safe, effective and emotionally nourishing ways of healing the imprint of psychological trauma and specialize in the treatment of trauma based disorders. I am certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and HAKOMI therapies and am a graduate of the Collaborative Leadership Institute's Professional Coaching Apprenticeship.
(518) 813-8524
Albany, New York 12203
Karen Ann Beetle, Counselor  in Albany
“"Out beyond ideas of wrong doing and right doing, there is a field. I'll meet you there." - Rumi Companionship on the human journey is of immense benefit and relief. To be met with non-judgment and care is healing in itself. As a therapist - I will meet you and collaborate with you in your journey of learning and healing. In addition to my work as a therapist, I teach mindfulness - the capacity to meet present moment experience with awareness and acceptance. Whether you join me in therapy or take a class in mindfulness - you will be cared for and supported to grow and learn.
(518) 348-3807
Albany, New York 12203
Donna M Lochner, Counselor  in Albany
“Do you feel confused or frustrated with one or more of your relationships (including the one with yourself)? Does it seem like things used to be better and you can't figure out how they went sour? Do you feel like you'll pull your hair out trying to get others to hear you? Whether the struggle is with your relationship with yourself, a partner or spouse, a family member, or a friend, relationship snags hurt and can be difficult and messy to sort through. Maybe you wonder if things will ever be right in this relationship. You may question whether you're still valued.
(518) 456-7030
Albany, New York 12205
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
Maureen B. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
“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
Project Equality, Counselor  in Albany
“When you want or need to stay together, and problems include physical or emotional abuse, services are hard to find. Project Equality develops programs that are responsive to client's requests for options and choices. The solution to interpersonal violence no longer rests entirely with shelters and courts. There is much new thinking about how to address the issues. I have over 30 years of experience with both perpetraters and victims of abuse. Throughout the process we focus on your subjective experience of safety. Then we provide education, skill building, counseling and next steps.
(518) 875-4278
Albany, New York 12208
Daniel Huber, Psychologist  in Albany
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individually-tailored short term and long term therapy to couples and individuals. I specialize in working with adults, and I work in a collaborative manner to help you better manage stressors in life. Regardless of what the stress is related to, I aim to provide a safe, confidential space to talk about the stress, understand how it is impacting your life, and create a plan to relieve it. When we can figure out the connection between the emotions, thoughts, and stress, then we can create changes to relieve the stress.
(518) 504-3522
Albany, New York 12205
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) 424-2724
Albany, New York 12209
Maggie Guglielmi, Psychologist  in Albany
“I take a collaborative and individualized approach to treatment in order to give you the best therapy experience possible. I help clients to identify and work through the issues that may be interfering with work, relationships, or overall emotional well being. I provide both short and long term individual therapy depending on your needs and treatment goals. Our initial sessions are geared towards getting a good understanding of the concerns you want to work on in therapy, determining whether my treatment is a good fit for you, and developing a plan for treatment.
(518) 832-5373
Albany, New York 12205
Sherman S. Stovall Jr., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“Have you ever asked yourself what it would be like to be limitless? Or the best version of yourself? To excel professionally, socially, or even romantically? Have problems with feeling like nobody understands you or the way your feel? Find the answers you've been searching for with Sherman, now with Legacy Counseling Services. At Legacy you will receive a specialized treatment regimen that will make you stop negotiating with failure and finally understand your worth and capacity for growth. I promise you you're strong enough! Let me prove it to you. Come to Legacy, YOUR Behavioral Health Team!
(518) 304-5147
Albany, New York 12208
Susan C Maille, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“***Temporarily unable to accept new clients at this time.**I am an open, nonjudgmental and compassionate listener who is an active participant in the therapy process. I look forward to supporting you as you identify your goals and start on your journey to a happier, healthier and more successful life. I have more than 20 years experience providing individual and group therapy to adults in an Outpatient Clinic of a local medical center. I have also provided adoption assessments for the Courts and for Social Service agencies and families for ten years.
(518) 499-3017
Albany, New York 12203
James Thalmann, Psychologist  in Albany
“I am a licensed psychologist in private practice 20+ years specializing in cognitive therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy. I also enjoy working with clients on relationspip/marital/and family issues. -- I am on panel for all major health insurance plans.
(518) 633-4552
Albany, New York 12203
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

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