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Therapists in Milwaukee

Joan P. Felski, Psychiatric Nurse  in Milwaukee
“I specialize in working with children and adolescents, and also work with adults, primarily women.
(414) 939-7536
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Mary Jane M Demet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy walking a journey of self-discovery with clients who want to have a more meaningful life and enhanced interpersonal relationships. Struggling with depression and anxiety makes life seem overwhelming and change difficult. I can help.
(414) 269-5507 x226
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Brandon Wells, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“As a psychotherapist in Milwaukee I offer services in a private comfortable setting designed to meet your unique needs. I treat depression and anxiety in a caring and compassionate manner geared toward empowerment. These issues can be difficult but getting effective help does not have to be. We will work together to achieve your desired results. I have over 20 years of experience treating clients with a wide range of issues. I will personally call you back, set an appointment within a week and help you navigate all insurance and or finacial obstacles.
(414) 369-2963
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Ajay R Wadhwa, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I am a clinical psychologist licensed for independent practice in the State of Wisconsin. My office is conveniently located in Downtown Milwaukee, and I work primarily with adult individuals who are interested in psychotherapy. I also have affiliations with psychiatrists within our clinic for those who may be interested in medication as a treatment option to supplement their therapy.
(414) 376-6041
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Mark Hirschmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Do you miss the closeness you once had? Are you arguing over the least little things? Worried the children may be affected? Afraid divorce may be on the horizon? I can help you regain a close loving relationship. Learn how to resolve conflicts peacefully and effectively, even when strong emotions are involved.
(414) 616-7367
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Charles High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCSW
“I am trained in CBT-Mindfulness and I keep current on 'brain plasticity,' positive psychotherapy, using meditation and relaxation. CBT is the preferred modality for both anxiety and depression. I believe in frequent collaboration and consultation with primary MDs and psychiatrists. My style is interactive, empathic, and supportive. Our office is a few blocks from UW-M. My other focus is in relationship (or 'marital') counseling, and I am licensed in that field (LMFT). I have evening and Saturday hours.
(414) 312-5256
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Kathleen Neville, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“I assist individuals, couples and families by helping them explore their strengths, expand their coping skills, and enhance decision-making and communication skills. My focus is on where you are at now and how can I assist you toward your goals. I strongly believe that each person has within them the capacity to grow, change and find a better balance in their lives.
(773) 295-2942
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Michelle Waide, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Michelle Waide. I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years experience in private practice. My approach is psychodynamic and client-centered depending on the client's needs and means, I offer short term symptom relief as well as longer term work to deal with more profound change. My therapeutic approach is grounded in relational psychodynamics in which the therapist uses the experience of empathically being with the client and what he or she is experiencing emotionally as an individual; eg. anxiety, depression, stress, etc.
(414) 369-2972
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Shannon L Smith, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Are you depressed, easily angered, or stressed out? I am, Shannon Smith with SLS Counseling Group, LLC, specializing in providing high quality behavioral and mental health services. I am committed to building self-esteem, improving decision making, and developing appropriate coping skills to youth in the community. I focus on individual and group therapy that ranges for academic underachievement to substance abuse. Each individual has a trait to be resilient and has the inherent capability of achieving goals.
(414) 376-9024
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Charlotte D Mayfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an experienced psychotherapist with a focus on mind, body and spirit and how they all work together to achieve a balance mental state. I provide psychotherapy to individuals and groups ages14 to 70 with issues such as, depression, trauma, anxiety, and sexual identity to name a few. I also provide couples with the psychotherapy collaboration to move toward mutual fullfillment in their relationships.
(414) 751-8946
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Be Well Counseling LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“Does being in love mean being in pain? Are you and your significant other having a hard time communicating or getting your needs met? Are you confused, anxious, sad or angry? Are you feeling less motivated? Having difficulty concentrating or sleeping? Do you feel distracted and find it hard to follow through? Are you questioning your goals or feel stuck? Are you questioning your family of origin and feel you have issues from the past that are unresolved? Are you grieving the loss of someone? Do you worry about yourself or your significant other and their bad habits? Are you a survivor?
(414) 501-2664
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
Joni L Downs, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I believe counseling is a collaborative process which involves your active participation. In recognizing the uniqueness of the individual and the power of relationships to heal, I use an integrative approach that considers both your needs and strengths. My goal is to create a framework in our work together that is both useful in the process of change and flexible enough for you to feel safe, comfortable and empowered. I look to provide support and practical feedback to help you resolve current problems and long-standing patterns with sensitivity and compassion.
(414) 376-6557 x309
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Michael Leo Wallner, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I have worked in the field of Mental Health Counseling for over ten years and have extensive experience working with adults, families, adolescents and children. I received much of my clinical training and experience working in inpatient hospital, residential treatment and outpatient treatment settings. During that time I held a variety of professional positions, received quality supervision and completed my Masters Degree in Community Counseling.
(414) 376-5041
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210
David A Songco, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, MA, PsyD, LMHC, NRHSP, CYT
“I serve adolescents, college students, and adults who feel that they are suffering or perhaps feel "stuck" in their current situation due to sadness, worries about the future, negative self-evaluation, dissatisfaction with how they look, struggles with food, difficulty navigating relationships or just simply "stressed out." I also work with adult and recent survivors of traumatic and abusive relationships. My role is relational and collaborative: not tell you what to think or do, but rather, develop a relationship that allows us to explore your experiences and offer new perspectives that allow for personal growth, insight, and change.
(414) 982-1462
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Kathryn Rutishauser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAC
“My expertise includes working with substance abuse, depression,anxiety,and other personal pain people struggle with which prevent them from having the life they desire. My focus is on what each person wants and my work may be helping each person discover/define what their wants and needs are, to assist in identifying both current obstacles and how they can best move forward. I am aware many clients are coming to me in some degree of pain, confusion and perhaps trauma. I tend to be engaged through listening, offering my observations, questions and feedback.
(414) 263-9110
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Karen A Jick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW, ACSW
“My practice operates from the premise that people are doing the best they can under the circumstances and that people have strengths, coping skills, and resilience that they are often unaware of. Life challenges happen to everyone. These challenges come in the form of relationships, physical & mental health, and unexpected experiences that overwhelm our ability to cope. It is often the attempted solutions to those challenges that then become the problems. My job is to guide and support the individual/couple/family in clarifying the impact of life's challenges so that workable solutions are found, to everyone's benefit.
(414) 269-5539 x6
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Gretchen A Batterman, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I work with children and adults who face various challenges in their lives. There are times when we are motivated for change, and there are times when we need to find the motivation for change. Whether it's working on today's obstacles, yesterday's struggles, or tomorrow's endeavors, I work with individuals and families to address concerns and find solutions. I specialize in testing and evaluations as well as neuropsychology.
(910) 499-4726
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227
Ami Bedi, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Thank you for visiting my profile. I have been working in Milwaukee for the past 6 years with a specialization in interpersonal trauma. Throughout that time I have helped people through the process of change, which is challenging for even the best of us in the best of times. Interpersonal conflict, sexual and domestic violence, stress tolerance, job loss, fertility issues, immigration, acculturation, sexual intimacy, infidelity, childhood sexual abuse, developmental trauma, anxiety, depression, and PTSD are some of the issues that clients have worked through during the time they worked with me.
(414) 455-4161
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Christine A. Harness, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“A decision to enter into a therapeutic relationship indicates a willingness to change behavior that has never been, or is no longer, effective. My services include providing individual therapy with older children, adolescents and adults, and marital therapy. I have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and I work with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, marital concerns, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and other issues. I also work extensively in the areas of Industrial/Organizational psychology and mediation. My fees for consulting and mediation differ from individual and couples psychotherapy fees.
(414) 270-1981
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Sue Engstrom  in Milwaukee
“I have experience offering support to those living through grief and loss, life transitions, chronic illness, depression, negative body image and self-esteem, aging, as well as those needing emotional support during pregnancy and the postpartum months and years. I am expanding to include support for Highly Sensitive People and to help individuals simplify and "declutter" their lives. I bring a calming presence and often develop trust and rapport quickly, allowing me to align with my clients in a way that honors their strengths, respects their personal wisdom and motivates and empowers an honest exploration of presenting challenges.
(414) 375-4145
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
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