Therapists in Madison

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Aware Recovery Care Inc, Treatment Facility  in Madison
Treatment Facility
“Aware Recovery Care developed this program of care in consultation with Dr. Charles E. Riordan. Dr. Riordan has evaluated, diagnosed and treated patients with addiction issues and/or co-occurring disorders for more than 40 years and is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. Our Recovery Care team then begins working face-to-face with the client in his or her home, addressing the physical, mental and emotional health issues required to prevent relapse.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 916-0373
Tracie L. Bush, Counselor  in Madison
Counselor, MA, CKPMT
“My work for the past 20-years has been focused on helping children with anxiety and behavioral problems. Just like physicians, I think it is of the utmost importance to use what is scientifically proven to work. Children deserve no less! Using evidence-based treatment, I can help children with a wide variety of difficulties including; anxiety, defiance, aggression, tantrums, sibling rivalry and other difficult behavior. For 6-years at Yale University I trained hundreds of professionals and parents from around the world in PMT and PSST including: China, Luxembourg, Poland, Canada, and Australia via webinar and in-person.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 816-6461
Vincent Samuolis, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Are you ready to to take the first step on your journey toward self improvement and committed to achieving your personal goals? Nineteen years as a public school social worker has given me comprehensive experience working with children, adolescents, parents, and families who face challenges such as difficult behavior, emotional disturbance, ADHD, and ineffective parenting. Two years experience as a clinician for a psychiatric hospital provided me intensive knowledge and compassion for adults who struggle with mental illness and who may be dually diagnosed. Five years experience as a substance abuse counselor for a state agency provided a thorough understanding of addiction and recovery.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 654-3602
John P Corwin, Psychiatrist  in Madison
Psychiatrist, MD
“We want to be the best person we can be yet we have all experienced how our way of doing things can work against us. Behaviors we learned early become automatic. We do not notice how expecting failure brings failure, how expecting rejection brings rejection, how avoidance of sadness brings sadness, or how avoidance of anger brings more anger. Even when we see these connections, that is not enough to change them. It often is not until these patterns are experienced within the safety of a therapy relationship and one uses that place to practice new ways of relating that these patterns can be changed.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 718-4001
Michael F. Hinkley, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Madison
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, PhD, MSW, LADC
“I specialize in the comprehensive treatment of alcohol and drug abuse for both the individual and the family suffering. Both adults and adolescents with or without an interest in 12 Step Work are the focus of my work. My extensive background in Spiritual Counseling can prove to be very helpful in assisting clients discover and foster their own spiritual path in recovery.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 871-3296
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling sad, worried, or generally out of sorts? Feeling like something is missing but don't know what? I'd like to help. I bring twenty years of experience in counseling and psychotherapy to my practice in Madison, CT. I've spent many years successfully working with people who are struggling with these exact issues and more. I offer free phone consultations....please give me a call! Together we can figure out how to give you the best help possible.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 599-0309
Rebecca L Petersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I recognize the courage needed to enter into a therapeutic relationship and create a "safe space" for all people. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in private practice in Madison, CT, where I provide individual, family, and couple's psychotherapy utilizing strength-based, client-centered, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. I believe in a client's right to self-determination and provide supportive therapy in an empathetic environment. My goal is to empower clients to overcome their difficulties by increasing self-awareness, self-worth, and inner strength.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(860) 365-8153
Cheryl Cummin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“LIFE. Do you feel good about yours? I will meet you where you are in your life and help you bring about the change you desire. A strength of mine is my ability to connect with you in your moment-to-moment experience. You do not have to be alone on the journey. I am an experienced therapist who will validate your person at the same time that I challenge the behaviors, beliefs and patterns that undermine the real you.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 437-6488
Jonathan Swift, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have extensive clinical experience, and I have been in private practice in Madison for many years working in individual, group and couples psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 307-5999 x1
Adrienne G Smaller, Psychologist  in Madison
“I am a clinical psychologist in private practice in Madison, CT for over 25 years. I am on the faculty of The Yale Child Study Center where I supervise psychologists in training. I work with children and their families, adolescents, and adults. I have experience with a broad range of issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, social skills, and learning issues.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 633-0234
Mary Beth Golja, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Looking for a safe place to regain your footing and let go of old patterns that hold you back? I have been practicing psychotherapy for 29 years. My practice is relationship based and heart centered.After working in various residential settings with adolescents, I grew to believe in the resilience and strength of the human spirit.Working with both traditional and nontraditional techniques, I can assist you in discovering your true potential. With a background in family systems, I believe that by letting go of patterns learned in childhood and rewriting old messages, therapy can free you to live your life more productively.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 680-3575
Ron Casey, Psychologist  in Madison
Psychologist, PhD
“As a psychotherapist, I work most often with clients with symptoms of depression, those with symptoms of anxiety and couples with relationship challenges. My therapeutic approaches with my clients depend very much on the issues identified and may include: helping you to understand more about who you are and how you got to be who you are; a direct focus on changing your thinking and behavior patterns; exploring the network of relationships in your life.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 987-6611
Streeter Seidell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, sixth, yr, Ed
“I have treated individuals, couples, and families for 30 years. I specialize in working with dual diagnosis individuals, who have mental health and or substance abuse issues. I work with clients who are suffering with depression, anxiety and or loss, trauma, self-esteem and relationship problems. I also work with young adults and their families to resolve conflicts related to the above issues and or other types of family problems.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 635-0657
Elizabeth Strazar, Counselor  in Madison
Counselor, MA, LPC
“I have been a practicing psychotherapist for 32 years. I use a mindfulness-based, humanistic approach. My goal is to help you access your capacity to navigate the most challenging of life experiences with compassion, courage, and clarity. While I am a generalist, I specialize in critical life-transitions, relationship repair, taming waves of big scared and deep sad (aka anxiety and depression), radical self acceptance, and helping you live your life with skillfulness, confidence, and daring. My approach is respectful and collaborative. Most importantly, the heart and soul of my work is helping you experience life as a creative adventure instead of an ordeal.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 885-7378
Kiersten D'auria, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It's not uncommon to experience stress, anxiety, confusion and sadness when life presents one of its many challenges. Life transitions can create an imbalance in yourself, your relationships and your family. Through the therapeutic relationship, I will work with you to help identify what is holding you back from living your ideal life. If you are seeking to make peace with the past and tackle today with confidence we can work together to build upon your strengths and attain your goals. I work to help couples, families and individuals find balance and work through life's challenging transitions.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 989-3522
Robert Gratton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I specialize in intensive treatment for marriages and relationships in crisis. I have many years experience helping couples reestablish the emotional and physical closeness they once enjoyed. I help each partner identify and understand how familial, financial, sexual and work-related pressures impact their relationship. I promote improvement in communication skills, helping prevent separations or divorces which, upon introspection, could have been prevented. Upon assessment, I identify and clearly discuss each person's particular problem areas and needs for growth. I provide and model the skills necessary for improvement and guide the couple toward their particular relationship solutions.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(860) 578-2342
Jennifer M. Benben, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“If you are experiencing relationship difficulties, having trouble adjusting to a life change (moving, divorce, new child) or would like support in another area of your life then I will work with you with a positive and encouraging strength based approach. I believe it is important to explore your relationships and look at what has worked well for you and improve upon areas that haven't in order to make positive changes in your life. With some support and motivation you will be able to improve upon your relationships and your own well being.
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(860) 288-5051
Joseph Fitzgerald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“+ Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, or other symptoms that you think are related to a traumatic incident in your distant or recent past? + If the trauma was extended over time, such as a childhood or adult abusive relationship, do you feel like something is wrong with you, or experience feelings like fatigue, lack of motivation, low self esteem or distance from loved ones? + If you experienced a catastrophic event such as being attacked, being in combat, an accident or natural disaster, do you experience nightmares, flashbacks, or unexplainable symptoms like sudden temper flare ups, bursting into tears, or spacing out?
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 350-3036
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am Christopher Lodi, MSW LCSW, a licensed clinical psychotherapist and coach practicing in Connecticut. I work extensively with people trying to normalize their weight through surgical and psychological means.
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Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 424-1241
Elizabeth Rubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“I have worked with couples for many years and believe that one should have specialized training to work effectively with relationships. Over time I have also come to recognize that intimate relationships are fluid and complex. Conflict does not mean you are incompatible,it is a signal that should be paid attention to-problems do not magically go away! Conflict in a relationship can feel like a crisis, but it is also an opportunity for growth and change. It does take courage to "stand up" and work hard on a relationship. It can be easier to walk away.
Office is near:
Madison, Connecticut 06443
(203) 458-0661 x2

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