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Therapists in Rochester

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes our problems and pain are too much for us to manage on our own. I can help people understand their relationships with others and manage the challenges in their lives. My clients find me easy to talk to: I believe I know when to be quiet and when people need my help to talk about their suffering and struggles. Together my clients and I identify the troublesome patterns in their relationships - professional and personal - and figure out how to change those patterns. Sometimes I am there just to be with people as they acknowledge and bear what cannot be changed.
(585) 687-6065
Rochester, New York 14607
Amy Andrews, Counselor  in Rochester
“I believe we all share the need to be deeply understood, especially during difficult or challenging times. I appreciate the courage clients show when they share stories of their lives. Without fail, I find these stories layered, complex, unique and moving. I admire clients who dare to share life stories that are "works-in-progress" -- messy, drafty, tentative. Stories with icky parts (that's a technical term!)... or tender parts...or broken parts... or out-dated parts. Stories with gaps -- spaces -- where yet-to-be-written parts will go. .I believe this process leads to healing and transformation.
(585) 563-5623
Rochester, New York 14606
Lee A Kehoe, Counselor  in Rochester
“I believe every person has unbelievable potential, but life can become complex with the never-ending transitions and changes. My experiences have provided me a solid foundation of working with individuals from all different backgrounds, living with a wide array of challenges. I can work with you to realize the strengths you already have and foster those strengths to learn how to cope with changes and manage the unpredictability of every day life. Together, we can discover the power you already have within and use that to synthesize your mind, body, and spirit so that we create a future of joy, happiness, and self worth.
(315) 508-4580
Rochester, New York 14620
Shannon Halligan, Art Therapist  in Rochester
“Art Therapy is a process that allows a client to be an active participant in their own healing and progress toward a healthier life. Being engaged in art activities can bring unconscious thoughts, feelings and ideas to the surface and help a person make connections and develop insight to their own problems and challenges. Art Therapy focuses on the process of art-making as a means to access unconscious feelings, beliefs and motivations. Art can be a way to develop a stronger understanding of ourselves and find a positive path to healing and growth.
(585) 638-9158
Rochester, New York 14610
Laurie Majors, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Healing on the Inside, that shows on the Outside. Change. If it were simple and easy, everyone would be doing it. However, it is possible; possible to make the kind of changes that will bring peace deep inside yourself and in your interactions with the world around you! I provide support and feedback to help you with change of patterns in thought and behaviors that will help you identify your strengths and achieve your life goals.
(585) 250-0732
Rochester, New York 14621
Charles Kantor, Psychologist  in Rochester
“Understanding how my client(s) make sense of their lives and the significant relationships that enrich their lives gives us a start toward therapeutic change.Clients come looking for relief from stress and emotional pain. They learn that the therapeutic process can be difficult but ultimately rewarding. Parents bring their children and teens because of anxiety, depression, reactions to divorce, other losses such as the death of a parent or of a friend. Behavioral issues at home and at school along with the parenting responses necessary to help a child or teen navigate in the world are common therapy themes.
(585) 454-8917
Rochester, New York 14620
Steven Benjamin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
“I have been doing this work for over 30 years and I cannot imagine ever retiring. I don't need to keep working forever, but I love what I do and I do it because I want to make a difference in the world, plain and simple. Whether it be getting arrested for civil disobedience or helping someone discover the reality of change, this is what moves me.
(585) 271-7575
Rochester, New York 14607
Felicia R Reed-Watt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"When I talk with Felicia, I leave feeling good about myself and others". Change occurs when people feel supported and comfortable enough to become aware, recognize their strengths and learn effective ways to deal with life's challenges. Now that you have made the first step let's work together to learn new life affirming skills, dispel negative beliefs, resolve painful issues and deepen your spiritual connection
(585) 454-9334
Rochester, New York 14607
Debra Streisel, Counselor  in Rochester
“Engaging with a mental health counselor demonstrates a leap of faith and a investment in wellness. I am committed to helping you achieve your goals. I will draw on a variety of therapeutic approaches to help you acknowledge and utilize your strengths and better manage your challenges. Whether you are struggling with a temporary disruption in mood, are striving to successfully navigate the myriad challenges of life, are hoping to regain your equilibrium as you enter a new life stage or wish for a deeper level of self awareness and well being--I would be honored to facilitate your journey...
(585) 967-6940
Rochester, New York 14618
Despina Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a licensed marriage & family therapist my training and experience encourages me to look beyond the individual, couple or family. We are all part of a bigger system. In identifying the influence of our surroundings, and how they shape us, we become more insightful about the areas we would like to grow in. Often times the dilemma that brings people into treatment is merely a symptom of something more. Something that through discovery and understanding can be reformed to prevent the dilemma from impeding on your ability to feel balanced as an individual, a couple, or a family.
(585) 387-0008
Rochester, New York 14625
Anne Lenox, Counselor  in Rochester
“These are words used to best describe my style, including feedback from clients and colleagues: experienced, direct, honest, friendly, genuine, compassionate. I have been practicing for over 20 years. I use an eclectic approach using cognitive-behavioral, experiential, relational, emotional freedom technique (EFT), supportive, insight-oriented uncovering psychotherapy. I am a certified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) and am specifically approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT) to conduct DOT evaluations. I am also a certified Reiki Level 2 Master.
(585) 431-1327
Rochester, New York 14615
Courtney McQuoid, Counselor  in Rochester
“Are you struggling with a romantic relationship, your friends or family members, or with depressive or anxious feelings? Has it just been awhile since you have felt like yourself? My goal is to help clients talk through whatever they are struggling with and find a happier and healthier place in their lives. My approach to counseling is down to earth, compassionate, and honest. I am unique in my approach offering a specialized combination of life-coaching, motivation, and problem-solving in hopes of helping my clients work through the heaviness in their mind and find stability and happiness once again.
(585) 576-9385
Rochester, New York 14607
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MDiv
“I build relationships which focus my clients on taking action to improve the quality of their lives. I guide guide inquiry and personal discovery to generate awareness and responsibility, and I provide clients with structure, support, and feedback. My clients tend to be capable of some measure of psychological insight and highly motivated to accomplish their goals, whether they be individual or relational.
(585) 326-0784
Rochester, New York 14618
Tricia K Berger, Counselor  in Rochester
“I am a task - oriented Licensed Mental Health Counselor who uses an interactive approach when working with children, adults and families to meet their needs. I am goal oriented and will develop a treatment plan with goals and objective based on your specific needs. I have experience and specialize in working with children and adults diagnosed with ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment Disorders and low Self - Esteem..
(585) 563-3603
Rochester, New York 14624
Kara Juszczak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PLLC
“I often tell the people I work with, " You are the expert on your experience - educate me." I partner with people to guide their expression of thoughts and feelings that accompany their unique experience, and help increase their awareness of patterns of thinking and behavior that sometimes get in the way of healthy coping, resolution of conflict, and positive identity. My approach varies to include play and art therapy techniques, trauma-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and depression, and solution focused therapy. I also specialize in working with people with chronic/critical illness, and coping with grief/loss.
(585) 687-8998
Rochester, New York 14618
Ellen Shustorovich, Psychologist  in Rochester
“For me, psychotherapy is a unique relationship to which clients can bring feelings and thoughts that feel unproductive, burdensome, shameful, forbidden, or intolerable, and have these be understood, contained, and transformed into a basis for self-knowledge and action. It is a great privilege to be allowed into my clients' inner world, and a joy to help them become more effective in their lives and relationships. I strive to deepen my clients' self-understanding while maintaining a focus on resolving current life problems, and I offer practical therapeutic tools that are carefully tailored to each client's needs.
(585) 598-4101
Rochester, New York 14620
Marie T Sergent, Psychologist  in Rochester
“Psychotherapy is at its best when a client and therapist work as a collaborative team. Together with my clients, I work to create an environment that facilitates an understanding not only of their struggles, but also of their strengths as they move toward their goals. My approach is both direct and open, and compassionate and flexible. I have an appreciation of the whole person in the context of their relationships, and bring these ideas to my work. Each client is unique and I strive to provide a therapy experience that is designed for the unique qualities and situation that each person brings.
(585) 645-0769 x2
Rochester, New York 14607
Erin Corey, Counselor  in Rochester
“Choosing someone to support you in this journey of life is not always an easy task. I am here to help make the journey a little easier for you. Whether you fear the unknown, have relationship issues, struggle to manage uncomfortable emotions or are experiencing any other struggle, I can see you through it.
(585) 820-9067
Rochester, New York 14623
Acrossworlds Counseling,   in Rochester
“Navigating this big world isn't easy, especially with so many obstacles that happen along the way. Making decisions is easier when we know ourselves and what matters to us. Where we are today is a reflection of our decisions, yesterday. Our experiences, in addition to biological, psychological and social circumstances all affect what paths we choose. When examining the stories that surround the decisions we've made, we discover things that we didn't see and we begin to make sense of our lives, determine what we want to do, and we help create our next paths.
(888) 579-5513
Rochester, New York 14623
“It can be very confusing and difficult trying to find a therapist when you are struggling. Linden Oaks Therapy Offices (LOTO) makes it as easy as possible to do so. Having psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers co-located, we can quickly and easily connect you with the therapist who can be most helpful to you and your unique situation.
(585) 672-7359
Rochester, New York 14625
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