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Therapists in Providence

Michael Crane, Psychologist  in Providence
“Do you need to find your balance, get a better night's sleep, improve your mood, reduce stress, change self-defeating patterns, feel better about who you are? With over 25 years of experience in a variety of settings, I help people in finding solutions to their problems, changing troublesome behaviors, developing their potential, and improving their personal relationships. I enjoy assisting others in adjusting to life's challenges--reducing depression, anxiety, and stress, sorting through sexual orientation issues, and exploring the "mind-body" connection to health and wellness.
(401) 680-6241 x4
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Corey J Flanders, Counselor  in Providence
“I provide a confidential, non-judgmental environment in which to explore life's most difficult challenges: expected or unexpected major life changes, fear of death, unresolved grief, feeling alone or disconnected from others or from oneself, feeling lost in chaotic relationships, feeling a loss of direction or purpose in life, or anything that has increased your stress level and eroded your sense of possibility. Together we can explore the problem and make a plan to move forward while addressing the barriers to a joyful, meaningful life.
(508) 794-3622
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Christine Enos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hello, I am a licensed clinical therapist conveniently located on the East Side of Providence. I work with children, adolescents and adults of all ages. I specialize in adolescent issues, and also enjoy working with children, college students, families, and women's issues. My approach is to offer genuine support and establish a trusting relationship with my clients. This will help you clarify and address the issues that have led you to seek counseling. I usually work with issues related to depression, anxiety, and relationships.
(401) 406-2209
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“I am an active therapist that uses a multidiscipline and diverse approach to helping clients achieve their desired outcomes I have a total of 30 years of experience helping individuals and couples with relationships, transitional and life changes, recovery issues, careers transitions and anxiety
(404) 620-4135
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Rebecca Grant, Psychologist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Joseph R Lapenta, Counselor  in Providence
“The ideal client is the person who is willing to stay open in addressing whatever it is that does not feel right in his or her life.
(401) 680-6269
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Bonnie A Kane, Psychologist  in Providence
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a holistic and client-centered approach. My private practice is located on the East Side of Providence. My specialties include Women's Issues, PTSD, ADHD, Depression and Mood Disorders, Anxiety, and Consciousness-raising. In addition I work with children, families (including parenting) and couples.
(774) 614-9979
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lynn A. Hess, Psychologist  in Providence
“For over 10 years, I have helped people through difficult life transitions and make positive changes in their lives. Psychotherapy can be an incredible experience that supports you during a hard time or helps you change a life-long pattern. As a client, the most important thing to look for is a relationship that feels like a good fit for you. I work with adults who are depressed, anxious, going through life transitions (perinatal, divorce, job loss), have difficult interpersonal relationships or struggle with substance abuse.
(401) 229-4395
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Providence Life Coaching and Reiki Counseling,   in Providence
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families looking for support, coaching or Reiki Counseling for various issues and concerns ranging from addiction, relationships, dating, career, and wanting mental, physical and spiritual well-being. Today, there are stresses and challenges for individuals and couples trying to find their way towards successful relationships. If you think your relationship is worth the risk and commitment necessary, I invite you to contact me, so we can get started honoring that commitment. I am here to help. Reiki Counseling has been very effective supporting growth for stronger, more satisfying relationships.
(401) 217-4619
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Paula M Smith  in Providence
“My specialty and passion is couples therapy! I've help couples who were convinced that nothing and no one could help them. And then, they met me and I showed them that they could transform themselves and their relationship and get back to the love that drew them together in the first place. I help you restore your connection which I see as the main cause of most marital problems. The idea is marriage/relationships is a transformational journey based on conscious union and spiritual partnership.
(401) 782-7899
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lindsay D. Daskalopoulos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“If you are struggling with questions about who you are, achieving your goals, or adjusting to a loss or life change, speaking to a therapist can be really helpful. If you find yourself persistently sad or anxious or have experienced a traumatic or overwhelming event that continues to effect you, or find yourself preoccupied with body image concerns, is also a time to reach out and seek help. I'll work with you in a collaborative relationship to help facilitate change addressing these types of issues.
(401) 308-4105
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Sally L Mayo, Psychologist  in Providence
“As a psychotherapist, I help men, women, students and families understand and cope with problems and conflicts related to life transitions, depression, anxiety, marital difficulties, gay and lesbian issues, eating issues, obesity, and relationship problems in general. I see mostly adults and college aged students, and also older adolescents. I treat individuals as well as couples.
(401) 519-4543
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Diane Petrella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Do you want to take your life to the next level? Do you want to learn an effortless way to solve your problems? Using a mind/body approach, I integrate psychology with spirituality. My ideal clients are individuals who want to access their inner wisdom and learn to trust their intuition to guide them. You will learn powerful tools of visualization, meditation and affirmations as well as the healing benefits of forgiveness and self-compassion so you can take charge of your life, release your current problems and create lasting, empowered change.
(401) 831-1341
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Mona Barbera, Psychologist  in Providence
“I see only couples in my practice. My job is to help you find the solution that is right for you. I use the powerful Internal Family Systems Model to help you get obstacles out of the way so solutions can emerge. You can also check out my book, "Bring Yourself to Love: How Couples Can Turn Disconnection into Intimacy."
(617) 446-3274
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
“Adults and children face a variety of challenges in today's world, including staying healthy, having positive relationships, good home lives, stable secure and rewarding work, and good experiences in school. Effective behavioral health services can help our clients reach these goals. We focus on helping clients figure out what needs to happen to allow them to meet goals that are hard to reach and to succeed at making changes to make their lives more comfortable, fulfilling, and successful. [It's worth noting that ineffective behavioral health services aren't very helpful. Knowing what you need and knowing what's been proven to be helpful for achieving it matter.] Because we're statewide and offer a variety of services, we're likely to be able to offer something relevant to many people seeking to improve their lives- or to know people we can recommend who can help with what we can't.
(401) 237-3619
Providence, Rhode Island 02905
Daniel B Troia, Counselor  in Providence
“There are many things that wear us down in this life, experiences of loss and events that sometimes erode our functioning, relationships and sense of well being. How do we keep a healthy perspective, regain our sense of humor, learn to speak lovingly again? I think that counseling can help. I believe that it's about reestablishing and maintaining perspective on the way you live and the way that you would like to live.
(401) 406-2208
Providence, Rhode Island 02905
Laurie Lennon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Part of the decision to start therapy is the decision to enter into a trusting relationship. I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is the basis of healing. I work collaboratively with clients to help define and meet treatment goals in a non-judgmental, kind and relaxed environment. When life feels overwhelming and decision making becomes difficult, finding a safe place to explore your feelings can be the first step towards a happy and balanced life. I love my work and feel privileged to be able to share the journeys of my clients.
(401) 415-6002
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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(401) 237-4149
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Claude Verdier, Counselor  in Providence
“It's my experience that with support, people can reach beyond difficulties and make changes in their lives. Therapy is all about finding new ways of getting what you want out of life. If you are considering therapy, it's clear you want to make a change. You've probably struggled on your own and are looking for that extra resource that can make a difference.
(401) 285-6028
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Cary Twichell, Counselor  in Providence
“I offer a curious and compassionate environment to explore, heal, and grow. I believe that change is possible, and that psychotherapy can restore energy and resilience. I use expressive arts, mindfulness, and play, as well as talk therapy, to help clients understand their experience, manage stress, and learn to make healthier choices. I assist children, adolescents, and adults with the challenges of life transitions, mood issues, and healing old wounds left by trauma. I can help families to build strong, positive communication. I especially enjoy working with young women and girls as they find their place in the world.
(401) 262-4954
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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