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Therapists in Rochester

Stacey Steinmiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“One reason why I believe I am a successful therapist, is because my clients and I have FUN together. That's right, FUN! I am a fun-loving person and my personality continues into my therapy sessions. I believe this is why my clients continue to come back to see me, not just week to week, but will call me years later if they need my services again in the future. Now, don't get me wrong, therapy is hard work. I always work to help people make this very difficult process as enjoyable as possible.
(585) 638-9452
Rochester, New York 14610
Westfall Associates, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Rochester
“Since 1985, we have been committed to helping our clients and their families overcome and deal with substance abuse and dependency issues, including alcohol, drugs, prescription medications, smoking and other tobacco products. Our state of the art, holistic approach to treatment and long-term recovery includes addressing the medical, psychological, social, family and behavioral factors that influence and perpetrate these complex and chronic health conditions. We believe the most successful treatment strategies are based on the needs of each individual. As every story is different, so is each path to recovery and wellness.
(585) 682-8333
Rochester, New York 14618
Joseph Weber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MSW, MDiv
“I am a psychotherapist specializing in growth-oriented counseling with adults & couples. My clients typically work to increase emotional awareness of their present choices or patterns which lead to various forms of distress. This pain often causes significant disruption in their social, work, physical lives or intimate relationships. Early childhood experiences influence how we all experience our lives today. Insights and associations during talk therapy often bring previously unseen options to light that lead to healthier choices and decreased stress and pain. These sessions take place weekly over the course of many months or more to provide the foundation of lasting growth.
(585) 286-5322
Rochester, New York 14618
Dolly Malik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, PhD
“Change is so hard. It is not easy to adjust our thinking to the changes life brings us such as going to college, starting a job, relationships, having children, divorce, and illness. Often we need support to adapt our thinking. My focus is to help clients re-establish balance with their world by reframing their emotions and thoughts. I focus on a skills based approach so that I can work collaboratively with clients to develop their ability to manage life changes. Using therapies of mindfulness, acceptance and strengths-based skills, clients develop effective ways to cope with their new world.
Rochester, New York 14618
Anne B. Graham, Counselor  in Rochester
“Over thirty years of experience partnering with clients of all ages, from pre teens to geriatric, from a wide variety of backgrounds, has confirmed for me each person has within themselves the resources and ability to become the person they wish to be and to improve their satisfaction in life. As a therapist I partner with each client helping them to identify patterns of thought and behavior that are no longer effective and guide them in discovering new, more rewarding ways of relating and connecting with others. I work collaboratively with clients to solve problems, connect with strengths, and reach their personal and professional goals.
(585) 302-4324
Rochester, New York 14618
“The client that is most successful is the client that is motivated for treatment - to make a change, and resolve problems that are negatively impacting your well being. When you or your child has faced any trauma or been diagnosed with an illness, health or mental, developmental or acute, I will work with the child and parents to assess and treat the mental health and/or behaviors that negatively impact daily functioning. For individuals in seeking counseling to resolve issues and symptoms surrounding depression and anxiety, together we will develop a treatment plan geared especially for you.
(585) 645-0575
Rochester, New York 14612
Despina Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
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
The Grief & Trauma Recovery Counseling Centre, Counselor  in Rochester
“Offering much needed support for those suffering from any type of loss or trauma including workplace bullying, loss of employment, dealing with life threatening illness, and pet loss. The owner has 30 years experience and training in providing assessment, evaluation of symptoms and practical advice on resolution including: all types of trauma, grief, loss, anger, stress, pain management, phobic conditions as well as relationship issues caused by these situations. An expert in both combat and non-combat traumatic stress with training and experience in all types of psychological therapies including client centered, cognitive, stress relief, and energy therapies including Emotional Freedom Techniques.
(585) 735-4785
Rochester, New York 14607
Lori L McCabe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“As a therapist, I have experience with all ages groups and work with individual adults and adolescents. My goal is to provide emotional safety while empowering individuals with knowledge and skills needed to enhance their quality of life, rediscover their authentic individuality and maximize their true wellness. In addition to my licensing, I am a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist. I have 20 years of experience in assessment, outpatient, educational, emergency and disaster/crisis treatment. I consider the counseling relationship to be a partnership between the therapist and client. Using my guidance and coaching with an individual's personal information, we create a team working together.
(585) 682-8783
Rochester, New York 14618
Hennessey Lustica, Counselor  in Rochester
“I specialize in the treatment of young children, adolescents, and parent support. As a therapist in private practice, I bring over twelve years of experience in a school setting and am an expert on navigating the many challenges that youth and parents face during their time in school. My treatment focus is on anxiety, trauma, and anger management for children and teens and my training includes Child Centered Play Therapy, which allows me to offer specialized treatment for children ages 3-10. I facilitate group counseling for adolescents focused on relationships, conflict, and self-esteem and support group for parents.
(585) 861-6345
Rochester, New York 14606
Todd Kennedy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I have 20 years of experience counseling adolescents and adults who are experiencing issues of difficult life adjustments (grief, loss), depression and anxiety.
(585) 302-4630
Rochester, New York 14618
Donna J Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer an interactive, practical, comprehensive, respectful and resourceful style of therapy that helps people shift their focus from wondering, "What's wrong with me?" to asking a very different question: "What's right about me?" My sessions, for both individuals and couples, are designed to identify effective and practical problem-solving strategies, as well as to uncover inner strengths and healing resources to address your concerns. I am open-minded, value cultural diversity, and am LGBTQIA+ friendly.
(585) 563-9570
Rochester, New York 14620
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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
Claire McLauchlin, Psychologist  in Rochester
“When things are difficult, it can be demoralizing and overwhelming. This can isolate us, drain our emotional reserves, and limit our ability to look at things in new ways. I work to help clients appreciate the depth of their experience, and support them toward personal strength and healthier relationships. My style is open, collaborative, direct, and supportive. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 15 years in private practice. I also serve as adjunct faculty at the University of Rochester's Counseling Center, where I teach and supervise professionals in training.
(585) 454-8859 x6
Rochester, New York 14607
Shana Verdine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that we will all experience suffering in life and can benefit from counseling to learn tools to cope with life's challenges. I am a New York State Licensed Clincal Social Worker who specializes in working with Substance Abuse and the impact of Addiction upon the family. I have extensive experience in working with issues of anxiety, depression, anger, parenting struggles, co-dependency and relationships.
(585) 302-4525
Rochester, New York 14621
Kristie L O'Neill Jewitt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester
“As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I specialize in the treatment of couples and families seeking therapy for a wide range of concerns. Common presenting concerns include: infidelity, relationship repairs, divorce, blended families, sexual dysfunction and grief. In addition to treating relational issues, I am a local expert in the Women's Health field of psychotherapy and I am also intensively trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Often times finding a therapist with the expertise to treat your particular concern is the key to a successful therapy experience.
(585) 735-9411 x6
Rochester, New York 14618
Grace Harlow Klein, Psychiatric Nurse  in Rochester
“I believe in the potential for growth, that our lives can be better, that change is possible, that relationships can be deeply satisfying. If you are having difficulty in your life, relationships or work, are anxious, depressed or grieving, you will find me a respectful, empathic listener. Connecting with your feelings, finding your voice and making the life and relationships you want are outcomes my individual and couple clients find in therapy with me. Therapy is a process of growth which is empowering. This positive, optimistic, hopeful way of being is the focus in our Center for Human Encouragement.
(585) 571-8189
Rochester, New York 14607
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
Elena Pilato, Counselor  in Rochester
“Reaching out for help can be difficult. I appreciate your willingness to work on issues or concerns. Is your child/family having a hard time? Does your child seem to be stuck in a problem? Are you and your child having a difficult time understanding and communicating with one another? Maybe you don't know what to do anymore. Counseling can help you, your child, and/or your family get the support you need. Being in a safe environment can help your child/family gain insight, change irrational thinking and negative behaviors, and gain skills that lead to a healthier life.
(585) 563-2574
Rochester, New York 14618
Siera Weiss, Art Therapist  in Rochester
“"I never made one of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking" (Albert Einstein). The creative process activates areas of the brain that are crucial to the understanding of the self, others, and life in general; areas that tend to not be accessible through rational, analytical thought and discussion. If traditional therapy has felt insufficient, if you find that words are not enough to verbalize the complexity of how you feel, if you think you are not creative or artistic, or if you think you are, art therapy can help you through the obstacles you are currently faced with.
(585) 286-5274
Rochester, New York 14618
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