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Therapists in Madison

Natalie Duhr Stowell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I have extensive experience in mental health treatment with children and adolescents. My ideal therapeutic practice is diverse and includes individuals and families in all stages of life. I am passionate about working with individuals experiencing significant emotional and/or psychological distress. Clients who struggle to regulate their emotions may do so because of difficult life transitions, developmental processing difficulties, or relational and environmental factors. Whether acute crisis or longstanding circumstances, I embrace non-judgmental collaborative in creating positive change. I am certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based approach aimed at improving self-awareness and the ability to tolerate painful emotions.
(608) 561-0581 x8994
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
James A Thompson, Counselor  in Madison
“I am an experienced, caring and insightful Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in personal one on one counseling and couples counseling, and also a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor licensed with the state of Wisconsin specializing in all types of addictions. I enjoy assisting individuals and couples to better understand relationships, thoughts and emotions, and problematic behaviors. You will experience a caring approach through counseling therapy that helps you discover a balanced and healthy understanding of what you are experiencing and how to approach the problem successfully.
(608) 216-2317 x6
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Wendy Alettha, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Separation from and mistrust of our inner nature and of Nature all around leads to pervasive fear and a deep sense of loss (anxiety, depression, addiction,grief and shame) that we often don't understand and struggle to change. Healing from the effects of this Self alienation can feel very dangerous as you open up the dark, hidden places in your mind and heart. You do not have to do this alone. My commitment as your therapist is to be present and compassionate; supporting your curiosity and connection with the living energy of what you love and who you really are.
(608) 561-4753 x7
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Julia Mueller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Throughout life, we find ourselves in need of outside perspective and assistance in facilitating change. As a therapist, I hope to accompany you through this process, addressing your needs as a unique individual, taking into account the many factors that impact you. My goal is to provide emotional support while developing patterns of thought and behavior toward change. I hope to provide a unique balance of empathic understanding and effective strategies for dealing with life's challenges during our time together. It is my goal to help you create the life you desire, and the change necessary to achieve it.
(608) 360-9807
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amy L Rock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW
“I provide behavior therapy treatment to children, teens or adults, who suffer with anxiety disorders. These include panic attacks, agoraphobia (fear of going out), simple fears (spiders, storms, etc.), and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder, i.e., excessive hand washing, fear of germs, etc.).
(608) 351-2413
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Ruth Sobeck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“When your relationship isn't going well, it's hard to experience joy or fulfillment in any arena of life. Relationship conflicts lead to feelings of anger, hurt, confusion, and frustration. This is the time to seek professional help. As your therapist, I will help you recognize patterns, improve communication, and learn new skills for relating to one another. It is my belief that out of times of struggle can come healing, growth, and a deeper sense of connection. In the midst of pain and problems, we can find strengths and solutions.
(608) 478-0781
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Ronald J May, Psychologist  in Madison
“My practice is oriented towards helping men, young and old, face the challenges of being a man in today's world: learning to be emotionally intimate in relationships, balancing the demands of work and family, managing anger and other destructive impulses, learning to be a more involved and loving father, and finding one's true path in life. Beginning therapy is not easy for many men. I use my extensive experience in working with men to offer both the compassion and directness men need to find the courage within themselves to face these challenges.
(608) 833-9290 x321
Madison, Wisconsin 53717
Ryel M Estes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am skilled in working with individuals, couples, and families. My main goal in session is to re-empower people to be their authentic selves and make desired changes in their lives. It is very important to me to truly listen to my clients and offer a wide variety of strategies designed to meet individual needs. I enjoy working with "traditional" and "non-traditional" relationships and relationship dynamics.
(608) 433-2825 x1
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Richard Levine, Psychologist  in Madison
“Life's unpredictability makes all of us "accidental tourists." There is no GPS with which to navigate emotional turmoil. I will help you identify the sources of your insecurities, fears, and hopelessness and find a way to lessen their grip on your life. Impersonality and lack of connection with others characterize our culture. Often we feel alone. I will encourage you to find paths to better self care and to access your creativity. Our history and our present circumstances are interconnected and are part of therapeutic exchange. Above all, I will carefully challenge you to know and be truer to yourself.
(608) 233-2477 x1
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Sheri Lowe, Counselor  in Madison
“I strive to help individuals connect with their inner strengths and their true selves so that they can move forward in life, living life not just surviving it. I have a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin as well as a Counseling degree in Addictions and I am trained in EMDR. I have experience working with a wide range of individuals who have struggled with severe emotional disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, alcohol and drug abuse and sexual and gender identity. I offer reasonable rates. Please call for more details.
(608) 371-6709
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Jeffrey Czebotar, Counselor  in Madison
“Confused and overwhelmed. Feeling intense emotions. Having relationship difficulties or struggling with alcohol/drug abuse or addictions? Move toward deeper understanding and personal growth using approaches that include guidelines for working with individuals/couples/families. Working with systems thinking, multiplicity of the mind, and pysical-emotional process, identify and work with the sub-personalities and "parts" of your internal system to understand the origin and make-up of your own character structure, and achieve true happiness, balance and harmony.
(608) 247-5026
Madison, Wisconsin 53716
Sarah Kohlstedt, Psychologist  in Madison
“I believe that when we understand the layers and unfolding of our own life stories, we can find compassion, empathy, and inner peace more easily. In my practice, I aim to create a safe, trusting space, where we can take this journey towards identifying and facing your problems; discovering and cultivating your strengths; and ultimately, developing deeper empathy for yourself and others. Our work together could be brief and focus on a few distinct concerns; alternatively, it could be long-term, as we could focus on uncovering and processing the underlying causes of several issues.
(608) 588-8160
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Dee Felgus, Counselor  in Madison
“I believe in being a guide to my client by helping him or her Enhance the Masterpiece they already are. I combine Old Wisdom teachings with New Age knowledge to help my client realize happiness as a state of being and not an emotion. I address anxiety, depression, PTSD, weight issues, and anything that simply feels "off". Many times societal issues and/or struggles in one's life causes an individual to spiritually and/or emotionally fall asleep. I enjoy working beside my client to help them discover his or her true purpose and destiny in life.
(608) 371-6962
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Mental Health: Medication Management, Psychologist  in Madison
“I have experience providing counseling and psychiatric medication management. I believe a collaborative relationship is the best approach for achieving mental health well-being. My background includes working with veterans with PTSD, addictions, anxiety disorders, attention deficit disorders (ADD) and mood disorders.
(608) 467-4830
Madison, Wisconsin 53716
Victoria G Goodman-Strenski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“I believe that over the course of a lifetime, most human beings experience times of feeling overwhelmed by what life can bring. We find ourselves making life choices that can lead to feelings of unhappiness, feelings of being stuck and unable to change. We may drink more than we want to, eat more than we want to, and experience feelings of anxiety, confusion, anger, grief and loneliness that we are unable to move through. The good news is that change is part of our nature and it is always happening. What we can learn to do, is work with it.
(608) 713-3208 x217
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Martha Kauppi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, AASECT
“I offer warm, compassionate care to individuals, couples and families. I particularly love helping with issues of self, relationship, sexuality, creativity, and identity. Are there aspects of your relationships you would like to strengthen? Are you struggling with who you are, want to be, or are expected to be? Do you have health issues, belief systems, or relationship challenges that create blocks to sexual expression? Are you experiencing a loss of passion or sense of disconnect in your intimate relationship? Does your life feel less creative and zesty than you would like? I would love to help!
(608) 406-2896
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Emily Barr Ruth, Psychologist  in Madison
“I work with a variety of clients, and I seek to create a personalized approach to meet each of their needs. I believe that my clients can experience profound and lasting change in their lives, and I empower them to implement that change. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify lasting solutions to problems so that they can have more satisfying lives.
(608) 371-6011
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Christine Newville Gartler, Counselor  in Madison
“I believe that most people can benefit from an objective outside perspective during difficult or challenging times in their lives. My role is to provide additional support and to assist clients during this time of growth, transition or discovery. I help clients identify and navigate issues, crises and areas that are in need of healing. My approach is insight oriented, client centered, and non-judgmental.
(608) 291-5263
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Elizabeth Schreiber, Psychologist  in Madison
“I believe therapy is a collaborative process in which we will work together to determine your goals and then achieve them. Because I work both cognitive-behaviorally and psychodynamically, I am able to work with you on two different, but both very important levels depending on your goals. On one level, I can help you simply feel better and improve your coping skills. And on another level, and to the extent to which you are interested in doing so, I can help you understand the deeper roots of your symptoms and life patterns.
(608) 438-8807
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Erin De Vos, Counselor  in Madison
“We all live increasingly stressful lives. And we all react differently. If you are finding it difficult to cope, counseling can help. I can help you in navigate through life's difficulties if you are living with a mental illness or are feeling overwhelmed by current or past circumstances. I have more than 10 years experience working with children, teens and adults both young and old.
(608) 807-5986
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
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