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Therapists in East Providence

Erin Schmitz, Counselor  in East Providence
“Do you think that you could feel better, but are not sure how to get there? I want to help you to find a more joyful and peaceful way of living. I would be honored to work with you to help you move toward your goals. I will support you in identifying and utilizing your strengths, and modifying thoughts and behaviors that may no longer be working for you. You will learn techniques and coping skills to make each day easier and brighter.
(401) 396-0954
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Katya Ildeykina, Marriage & Family Therapist  in East Providence
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“The decision to examine one's life in a therapeutic context takes courage. I am here to assist you in taking the first steps, understanding the process, and exploring your options. I try to create an environment that is non-judgemental and accepting. Comfort and trust are critical to a healthy and productive working relationship in psychotherapy, and I want you to feel secure as we identity and explore issues of personal struggle. I am here to help you to go through the difficult times, to overcome self-imposed limitations in your life, and to gain a sense of emotional balance.
(401) 264-6313
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Ethan Moitra, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapies, including acceptance- and mindfulness-based interventions. I have a wealth of experience in treating mood and anxiety disorders, as well as eating disorders, substance abuse, and challenges associated with living with chronic illnesses.
(401) 404-6431
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Darlene Palermo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a LICSW with over ten years experience in the mental health field. I have provided clinical services to children and adolescents in home based as well as private practice settings. I have also worked as a school social worker for a number of years. I also treat adults with an array of mental health issues including problems with addiction. Prior to joining Anchor Counseling I was a clinical supervisor for the Family Care Community Partnership. The FCCP works in conjunction with The RI Department of Children, Youth, and Families facilitating wraparound services to families in RI.
(401) 257-6428
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
“I am accepting new individuals, couples, and families . . . making appointments within one week of first phone call or possibly sooner depending upon the need.
(401) 519-4392
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Kristen Stone, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology, with a subspecialty in behavioral medicine, from The University of Memphis and completed my clinical psychology internship as well as a postdoctoral fellowship at Brown University. I treat individuals and couples with psychological problems stemming from health conditions, addiction, and other life events. I specialize in treating individuals with insomnia and other sleep disorders. I also conduct research at Women and Infants Hospital, and am currently investigating postpartum sleep as well as possible links between sleep and relapse to smoking and other substances. research.
(401) 269-4509
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Katie Saraiva is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker at Anchor Counseling Center, who earned her Master of Social Work degree at Rhode Island College and a Bachelor's of Science degree in Childhood Studies from Plymouth State University. Katie has experience working with children and families in a variety of settings: acute residential treatment; emergency mental health; schools and home-based intensive treatment. Katie has worked with military youth and families in Rhode Island and Okinawa. While Katie primarily sees children and families she has also worked with adults in a home health care setting and emergency mental health.
(401) 309-0892
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Trevor Yingling, Counselor  in East Providence
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) who received a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University. I possess 8 years of experience counseling children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I provide exemplary marriage and family therapy services, typically focusing on improving communication styles and conflict resolution strategies. I have considerable experience in counseling adolescents presenting with mood lability (bipolar), depression, anxiety, oppositional behavior, and school difficulties. I generally utilize cognitive behavioral (CBT) and dialectical behavioral (DBT) techniques; however, I have become adept at implementing techniques from alternative modalities to coincide with each client's specific needs.
(401) 519-7817
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Bruce J Thompson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“I have worked primarily with gay men, beginning in the 1980s. I have continued to work with individuals and couples coping with illness, death and bereavement - and the existential and psychodynamic issues that they present. I am particularly interested in working with mid-life and older gay men, including those dealing with illness and those interested in life review. Of course, I also work with men and women of all ages who want to explore psychotherapy as a way to make some changes.
(401) 519-5456
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Justin Nash, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I work with individuals and couples with a range of behavioral and psychological health issues. I completed my PhD in clinical psychology from Ohio University, internship at VA Medical Center in West Haven, CT, and postdoctoral year at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. I am a Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University. I am also the Director of Behavioral Health in Family Medicine at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island.
(401) 239-1985
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am licensed in the state of Rhode Island. I graduated from Tulane University in 1998 with a Masters in Social Work. I've been working for about 15yrs. and have experience with children, adolescents, families and adults as well as with military service members. I specialize in treating individuals with depression, anxiety and relationship issues. I enjoy working with military and assisting with the challenges of deployment and readjustment after deployment. I utilize CBT and also use several different theories based on each client's needs. I use a client centered, strengths based approach to help improve functioning to those being served.
(401) 868-4120
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Selene MacKinnon, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I am a clinical psychologist using cognitive-behavioral techniques to help adults with a wide range of emotional and behavioral problems, including anxiety, depression, adult ADHD, substance abuse, grief and loss, sleep issues, and work stress. I enjoy working with individuals from all backgrounds to help them develop skills to manage life's challenges so that they may reach their potential in life and achieve happiness. I completed my undergraduate training at Rhode Island College, my M.S. and Psy.D. at Indiana State University, and my postdoctoral clinical training at Brown University.
(401) 682-7281
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Aaron Kaiser, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I specialize in the assessment and cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) of anxiety, trauma, and other general mental health issues. I received my Master's Degree and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Central Michigan University. Following that, I completed my pre-doctoral internship at the Iowa City VA Medical Center, focusing on the assessment and treatment of PTSD and general psychopathology. I then completed a two year postdoctoral fellowship at Boston University as an assessor and therapist for The Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders.
(401) 623-8282
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Joseph McGlinchey, Psychologist  in East Providence
“To me, a therapist is best viewed as a 'facilitator' who encourages people to identify and make positive changes in their life. There are several key themes or values that I try to promote in my work: promoting a greater sense of independence, self-agency, and individual expression; achieving a greater balance with thinking and behavior; and developing a greater openness to experiences and expanding interests. I believe the two most important qualities that one can have in facing struggles and challenges are hope (believing in the possibility for improvement) and perseverance (not giving up when there's a setback).
(401) 216-4170
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Ronald Thebarge, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I combine an expertise in cognitive 'behavioral therapy with many years of experience working with health' related concerns (chronic pain, weight management and coping with cancer), as well as depression and anxiety. Before joining RICBT, I worked in the Division of Behavioral Medicine at The Miriam Hospital, and was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. I have served as VP and board member of The Center for Mindful Eating. I also enjoy working with mindfulness-based skills, spirituality and the beliefs people rely on to help manage life.
(401) 239-1423
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Julie Braciszewski, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I enjoy employing a broad array of cognitive behavioral treatments to help children, adolescents, parents, and adults. I seek individuals of all ages experiencing anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, relationship difficulties, learning problems, difficulties due to traumatic experiences, and parenting challenges. Using the latest research and technology in psychological evaluation, I also conduct psychological assessments. I received my B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan, and my M.A and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University.
(401) 491-3213
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Julie Pearson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I enjoy working with a great variety of adult and family mental health issues at every level of care (from outpatient to inpatient). I have been a clinician at RICBT for 11 years and in that time have lead a Mind Over Mood group that teaches participants how to use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to effectively manage their moods and improve the overall quality of their lives. I also provide individual and couples therapy for people struggling with depression, anxiety, self confidence and communication. I received my BSW from the University of Vermont and my MSW from Boston College.
(401) 237-3595
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Richard Figueira, Counselor  in East Providence
“"A therapist is like the weather. We can help provide the climate change that you need." Erickson. You may need help with Anxiety, Stress, Family Conflict, Anger, Fears, Depression, Relationship issues; I want to help you help yourself. I base my treatment approach on your need. We will develop a plan to get your needs met. My goal is to help provide my clients with the psycho-education, thought restructuring, mindfulness, positive healthy coping skills, in a private, comfortable and confidential environment. We have 7 offices throughout the state. Take the first step and call.
(401) 213-9197
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Rebecca Sousa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Is work, family, or lack of self-confidence causing you to feel anxious or depressed? Have you experienced a loss or are going through a difficult life transition? I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) at Anchor Counseling Center who has worked in the field of social work for ten years. Through use of cognitive behavioral therapy we can address your troublesome thoughts, feelings and behaviors together and build coping skills to improve your quality of life.
(401) 244-8532
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Carrie Miller  in East Providence
“I like to work on most issues that are common in children, adolescents, and families. For example, I work with youth and families experiencing many kinds of anxiety including worry, obsessions, compulsions, panic, and social anxiety. I also enjoy working with those experiencing adjustment issues, depression, behavioral difficulties, emotion regulation challenges, and relationship stress. I can also work with adults on parenting interventions, even if their children do not want to be a part of the treatment.
(401) 702-2198
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914

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