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Therapists in Buffalo

Jonathan L. Wilson Treible, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“With a PhD and Masters from SUNY at Buffalo and six years of post doctoral training in psychotherapy, Dr. Treible is a Board Certified (ABPP), Licensed Psychologist and has been practicing for 35 years. A student of Gestalt therapy and yoga for over 30 years, Dr. Treible is interested in holistic approaches to therapy. A member of the American Psychological Association, the state and local psychological associations (NYSPA & PAWNY) and the Behavioral Healthcare Network (www.behavioralhealthcarenetwork.com), Dr. Treible has taught psychology at DYouville, Daemen, Canisius and Medaille Colleges, Buffalo State College and State University of New York at Buffalo.
(716) 575-7434
Buffalo, New York 14223
Jennifer Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Compassion, growth, and joy. These qualities guide my practice. If you are an adult who is suffering, feeling lost, or unhappy, I can help you heal from the past and forge a new path. If you have a child who is struggling to manage his or her emotions and behaviors, I help kids and families sort through mixed-up thoughts and feelings in order to move forward. Using eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, I am able to guide adults and kids through a unique information processing therapy designed to help resolve trauma. Trauma can mean different things to different people.
(716) 402-7081
Buffalo, New York 14201
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Connectedness is a human essential. Connecting in a healthy/balanced/fulfilling way only can happen if we are well connected to ourselves. For me, the most exciting part of the work I do is to assist people in locating the blocks to a loving self-connection and learning to get passed them. The growth that can occur beyond this fundamental step is amazing!
(716) 268-0037
Buffalo, New York 14222
Emily Ets-Hokin, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst with over 20 years of experience in solo private practice and 30 years of experience in the field. Having a relationship with my patients and taking care of them are central in my work. Perhaps because of my background in the arts (dance), I also deeply value the creative yet disciplined use of self and an active authentic engagement in the therapeutic process. I specialize in the treatment of adolescents and young adults (18-25). I also treat individuals, couples, and families who struggle with transitional issues throughout the life cycle.
(716) 514-9113
Buffalo, New York 14216
Shereen M Fox, Counselor  in Buffalo
“I work with motivated individuals willing to do "the work" needed for change. I believe everyone has the ability to better their lives and grow as individuals. A professor once stated to me that "our jobs as counselors are to be their (clients) lanterns in the dark. We help light the way. It is up to them to choose their paths towards healing." His statement resonates with me. My role is to help you help yourself.
(716) 898-0699
Buffalo, New York 14209
Ryann Hartmayer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you experiencing a crisis, difficult adjustment, or any life stressor? Having an objective party to support you in sorting through this can always be beneficial. Learning new ways of thinking and acting, as well as learning new things about yourself, is empowering and enlightening. Let me partner with you in your journey through self discovery and change.
(716) 402-1708
Buffalo, New York 14222
Wendy Baum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“With over thirty years experience as a social worker I have been exposed to and trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities. I believe it is the therapeutic relationship which is developed between you and me, not the therapeutic model, that enables change. This relationship is based in my belief that you are basically good and doing the best that you can. What differentiates the therapeutic relationship from the other relationships in your life is that the sole purpose is to help you by creating a safe space in which you can express your feelings, thoughts, and behavior.
(716) 537-4463
Buffalo, New York 14222
Ann Caughill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Buffalo
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Psychiatric Nurse, EdD, PMHCNS-, RN
“My experience as a psychotherapist and educator allows me to offer interventions that are evidence based as well as grounded in traditional approaches that include client - centered, self-psychology, and interpersonal perspectives. I provide counseling and psychoeducation to individuals, couples and families that emphasize health promotion, symptom management and self-healing. My nursing background blended with my years of experience as a psychotherapist have prepared me to offer approaches that include recognition of the interplay of neurobiologic and intrapsychic factors related to the functioning of the brain and mind. I will work with you to meet mutually arrived upon goals.
(716) 803-8394
Buffalo, New York 14222
“Couple & Relationship Therapy is a marriage and family therapy practice that provides therapy for all individuals, couples and families. Making the decision to come to therapy is a difficult and courageous one. We understand this and our therapists are trained in systems thinking, meaning, we understand that people impact each other. Whenever possible we try to see all the people in the system, whether couple or family, to fully understand the challenges. Our goal is to assist you in creating the change you want.
(716) 462-5869
Buffalo, New York 14214
Louis Francis Ciola,   in Buffalo
“I practice hypnosis and hypnotherapy to help people make powerful changes in their lives. I help people free themselves from their false beliefs which limit their lives. I have almost 30 years experience, and specialize in habit control, Smoking, Weight, Stress, Anxiety and Pain. I also work with people to help them with sports performance, public speaking and to pass professional exams. We also do work with painless childbirth, memory and confidence as well as sports performance. I offer a free consultation and free hypnotic test to see what kind of a subject the potential client will be.
(716) 312-4737
Buffalo, New York 14226
Kathleen Calabrese, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Buffalo
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Perhaps you have found your way to me because you know that your life is out of balance, you want to feel better about yourself and others, you are confused, and you want the support of a highly skilled, empathic therapist to help you make the changes you know will make all the difference. I am a licensed Family Systems therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Neurofeedback practitioner. My overall focus includes consideration of the integration of mind/body and spirit, and a deep commitment to partnering with my clients as they embark on their healing journey.
(716) 335-9850
Buffalo, New York 14217
Renee Wert, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“Dr. Wert has been in practice and licensed as a psychologist for over 20 years. She has considerable training and experience in working with people experiencing depression, anxiety disorders including phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship problems, women's issues and workplace stress. She utilizes mindfulness and relaxation strategies where useful. Working with people experiencing behavioral "addictions" or habits such as excessive eating, spending, gambling, internet use, etc., as well as working with family members affected by these issues or by substance abuse, is also a specialty. She works with adults of all ages and teens ages 15 and above.
(716) 478-3581
Buffalo, New York 14209
Samantha J Sessamen, Counselor  in Buffalo
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who provides in home therapy sessions for adolescents, teenagers and young adults. How often do we hear that 'these are the best days of your life'!? However, this may not be true for many. With the ever growing burden on this population, you or your child may feel overwhelmed by the demands of work, school, peer and family relationships, extracurricular activities and numerous other stressors.
(716) 218-0482
Buffalo, New York 14213
Elizabeth Galanti, Counselor  in Buffalo
“I work with individuals and couples -- focusing on the stress that is ruining your life or relationship. Stress feeds emotions and behaviors that you might not like: anger, anxiety, sadness, guilt, people-pleasing, depression, drinking, regret, stuffing it all down, hopelessness, helplessness, etc. Ongoing stress feels like you're stuck on a merry-go-round and don't know how to get off. I help people move from "stuck" to "unstuck". Call for a free 15-minute consultation. I have Saturday hours and weekday evening hours.
(716) 247-6843
Buffalo, New York 14222
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, CCLS, MFT
“I believe that every client is unique, and the expert in their own life. Sometimes our journey may become overwhelming and difficult to navigate. Therapy can be beneficial and rewarding for the whole family unit. Every client is encouraged to be an active participant in their therapeutic process to gain self awareness, insight, and empowerment while I am there to help facilitate your growth. My foundation is based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy, yet I pull from a variety of theories making my approach eclectic with an emphasis on Family Systems, and Client Centered approaches.
(716) 650-5506
Buffalo, New York 14222
Michelle Olandese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Counseling is an effective way to help us navigate and cope with the expected and unexpected; increase our self-awareness and understanding; heal and get unstuck; and let go and move forward. As an individual, who like everyone else, experiences life's ups and downs and who engages in personal growth and self-care, I know through my personal and professional experiences that people, like you, can make changes; heal and recover; and improve and embrace your life.
(716) 312-4498
Buffalo, New York 14221
Maraiel J Faraco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am focused on providing compassionate care to each individual I serve. I am honored to be able to assist individuals in the community to treat their suggleswith mental illness. I strongly believe that if not treated mental illness can become a barrier to you fully living your life and reaching your goals.
(716) 708-4596
Buffalo, New York 14220
Robert W Garlan, PhD, Psychologist  in Buffalo
“Surprisingly, the trickiest part isn't the treatment for what ails you, it's finding the willingness to do what's needed. Really, there are two kinds of therapy: There's therapy for your "symptoms," and there's therapy that helps you to embrace change and growth to begin with. Most people have been hampered in some way for some time, then something puts them over the edge and they are suddenly willing to see a therapist. People want to feel better or have more satisfying lives--it's the getting there that's the sticking point!
(716) 203-1935
Buffalo, New York 14222
Michelle Woogen, Counselor  in Buffalo
“When your mind is filled with bothersome thoughts and worries, it can be difficult to face the day. But the thoughts you are experiencing by no means make you flawed; they are often the response to stressful life events, and they need not constrain your life. You deserve to be free from chronic negative thinking, and together we can make that happen. I know it can feel difficult to discuss these struggles with a therapist, but if you are willing to invest in yourself and to live a more enjoyable life, I am here and willing to help.
(716) 235-5061
Buffalo, New York 14209
Susan Weinstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Buffalo
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People come to see me for help coping with problematic relationships, life transitions and moods. My goal is to explore the emotional and behavioral patterns that have led to your entering therapy and, using your strengths, to help you create a plan to move forward in a more positive way.
(716) 953-3003
Buffalo, New York 14209

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