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Therapists in Providence

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC
“Holistic psychotherapy for individuals, couples and groups based on respect for the organic capacity of body, mind and spirit to heal. This is a collaborative process that involves both the therapist and you in co-creating solutions.Through the integration of different modalities we focus on establishing wellness and finding practical solutions that help you reach goals in the most effective ways. Areas of expertise include trauma recovery, trust & intimacy, issues of sexuality and gender, grief, and spiritual questions. Understanding that it takes great courage to embark on a journey of self-discovery, I provide support and guidance through every step.
(401) 229-2516
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Eileen Curran, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
“I am an interactive, solution focused therapist. My therapeutic approach is aimed at providing support and practical feedback to assist individuals and couples with adjusting to life's challenges. My practice is open to adolescents and adults. I have over fifteen years experience as a Board Certified Clinical Social Worker.
(401) 622-0081
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Thomas Sheeran, Psychologist  in Providence
“NEW PATIENTS: To schedule an appointment with me, please call the number below and request an initial appointment with Dr. Sheeran. My area of focus is on coping with life challenges and transitions (relationships, marriage, divorce, college, losses), as well as treatment of depression and anxiety. I have experience working with adults, veterans, the elderly, gay and lesbian clients and students. My approach is to utilize evidence-based treatments to improve patients' lives in the present and the future, and to discuss the past to the extent that it helps to understand current problems. My goal is to get people better.
(401) 519-4346
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Rosemary Decroce, Psychologist  in Providence
“I work with couples and individuals providing a safe place to explore issues, conflicts and struggles. During the many years I have been working with clients, I have seen my work evolve to include many approaches to help people who are suffering, struggling with major life decisions, problems in relationships, transitions, illness, grief and death. Often, unsuccessful patterns in relationships are causing or contributing to feelings of despair, increased anxiety/depression or feelings of helplessness. Together we find a way through these challenges using many tools that have been shown to be effective and long lasting.
(401) 396-1022
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Carla Ferrari, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“While experience, knowledge and judgment are essential to effective therapy, the key ingredient to success is a positive personal connection. As a therapist with 25 years experience in both private practice and in-patient settings, I have a long track record of developing trusting relationships with a wide range of clients and helping them to achieve the type of positive change they seek.
(401) 234-1871
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Andrew D. Ellison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Providence
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I use a strength-based, Imago couples trained, family systems approach. I focus on reducing relationship conflict, improving communication and feelings of connection and caring in individuals, couples, and families. My goal is, and I am skilled in, making positive changes happen.
(401) 859-1566
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Kim Crawford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My approach to therapy is client-centered and strengths-based. Living any full life brings multiple experiences of loss, grief and adjustments. I seek to provide a supportive environment to meet and process your life challenges. In a psychotherapeutic setting, clients will be supported in exploring and processing long standing thought and behavior patterns and make choices to develop healthier patterns.
(401) 466-4571 x2
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Gabrielle J Dworkin, Counselor  in Providence
“Hi there! "You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation"- Plato. I am a Registered Play Therapist and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with experience working with children ages 3-12 with Autism, Asperger's, Anxiety, ADHD, Abuse, Adjustment Disorder, Depression, Grief, Trauma, Social Skills, Coping Skills, Sibling Conflict, and Family Interactions.
(401) 461-9355
Providence, Rhode Island 02907
Claudia Yellin, Psychologist  in Providence
“Life often presents more bumps and twists than it does smooth and straight paths. Psychotherapy can help navigate these difficult paths. With curiosity rather than judgment we can wonder how things got to be the way they are and how they can be different. I have 20 years experience supporting children, adolescents, adults and families. I also have special training helping young children and their families develop loving and cooperative relationships. Together we can work to develop better coping skills and new relational patterns.
(401) 305-4196
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Susan Hamin, Counselor  in Providence
“For the past fifteen years, I've provided a comfortable and safe environment for people to discuss their feelings and thoughts about experiences, concerns and changes they hope for in life and relationships. Through therapy, I work with clients to help them increase self awareness and understanding, become more flexible and secure, less reactive, have improved relationships, energy and perspective. My clients say they feel better, less anxious, feel kinder towards themselves, see positive change at work and home, socially and professionally, find peace of mind and have a greater trust in themselves.
(401) 519-6590
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Eric Y. W. McKnight, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with adolescents, young adults, adults, couples and families to address the problems that they see holding them from achieving what they want in their life. I specialize in the treatment of mood disorder (bipolar & depression) and anxiety disorders, that stem from phase of life transitions, relationship issues, past traumas, substance abuse, grief/loss, parenting, sexuality/identity issues, and need for social skill improvement.
(401) 237-4873
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Stacy Donn Cristo, Counselor  in Providence
“As a holistic psychotherapist, I build relationships of care and trust that will help you to enrich your life. If you are interested in personal growth and deep healing, whether it is from discovering a diagnosis of some kind, childhood traumas, or phase-of-life problems together we work to find meaning, purpose, skills, and deep healing. Along with the practice of loving-kindness and compassion which I integrate into my work, I also use the greatest tool, your body. Our body is a fascinating landscape filled with information, wisdom, and truth that offers liberation from suffering.
(401) 684-1982
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Lisa S Schachter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Therapy is a place to explore how you feel, think, and live in the present, all of which is influenced by your past. The core beliefs and feelings we hold about ourselves are the key to how we live our lives. When these beliefs are negative they lead to unhappiness and a feeling of being stuck in life. This may come from past and present day experiences, dysfunctional habitual patterns or a distressing event(s). We are extremely loyal to what is familiar, even when it is not working.
(401) 287-2083
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Maureen Walsh, Counselor  in Providence
“My ideal client is a human being courageous enough to seek the help of a psychotherapist. I see my role as assisting this individual in uncovering strengths and strategies for overcoming the issues with which they present.
(401) 287-2109
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Cynthia Rosengard, Psychologist  in Providence
“I look forward to working with clients who are motivated to work through life transitions (college transitions, marriages, divorces, parenthood, loss) as well as those experiencing mood and anxiety challenges. I have experience working with students, medical patients, sexual minority clients, veterans, individuals involved in the criminal justice system and elderly individuals. I look forward to hearing from engaged, motivated individuals who are eager to work toward bettering their lives.
(401) 365-4577
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Rebecca Grant, Psychologist  in Providence
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Psychologist, PsyD, MEd, BCBA-D
“As an educator, I taught children with special needs in the classroom as well as in their homes and communities and worked with parents on how to address problematic behaviors. Currently, I perform neuropsychological and psychological evaluations on children and adults, with an emphasis on assessing autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, I see clients for individual psychotherapy.
(401) 406-2674
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Barbara Krementz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW, ATR
“If you are looking to resolve conflicts, are faced with a difficult decision, enormous loss, debilitating emotional states, lack of satisfaction in relationships or life, consider therapy. Understanding past experiences and emotional reactions to current stressors can have a profound impact on the choices we make and the way we live. Insight and self-reflection are intimately tied to our capacity to make lasting changes in our thoughts and behaviors. I use both talk therapy and art therapy techniques to address mood disorders, academic stress, career dilemmas, life stage transitions, LGBTQ issues, relationship difficulties, learning differences, grief and loss.
(401) 406-2229
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Darlene D'Arezzo, Counselor  in Providence
“I have assisted countless children and young adults develop empathy and compassion, focus and concentration, and insight and self-awareness. I specialize in treating children, tweens, teens, young adults, and their families.
(310) 494-7185
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Eileen K Burkart, Psychologist  in Providence
“I specialize in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to help you develop self-esteem and confidence. You will gradually become able to face your fears and anxiety, tackle stress and manage depression. I collaborate with you to develop coping strategies to handle life's difficulties. I provide direct, practical feedback in a supportive atmosphere to guide you. I am particularly skilled in understanding women during life transitions such as marriage, divorce, loss, children leaving the nest, and adjustment to trauma or health conditions. I also work with men to help develop insight into the woman's perspective and to learn communication skills that enhance relationships.
(401) 239-1069
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jo-Ann L. Donatelli, Psychologist  in Providence
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist experienced working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples with a range of emotional and relational issues including mood disorders, grief, loss, anxiety, trauma, poor self-esteem, school difficulties, relationship problems, and adjustment to significant life changes. I provide competent, caring, professional services in a safe and respectful therapeutic environment. I work collaboratively with individuals to help them achieve and maintain optimal mental health. I have worked in various settings providing crisis intervention as well as short- and long-term psychotherapy. My treatment approach is flexible and is tailored to what works best for each individual.
(401) 244-8565
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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