Therapists in 06830

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Joanne Peyser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with adolescent, adult and elderly clients. I have a strong family orientation, whether working individually, with couples or with families. I believe in starting where the client is at--that is, what the client sees as the main issue or problem. I remain problem focused and solution oriented, getting individual and family background to increase understanding of the situation. Goals and length of treatment are discussed and agreed upon with my clients.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 779-6637 x6
Clarena L Mcbeth, Counselor  in Greenwich
Counselor, LMHC, LPC, CASAC
“I am a licensed professional mental health counselor that offers comprehensive psychotherapeutic care for adolescents, adults, and couples who suffer from depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, eating disorders, trauma, stress, and relationship difficulties, among others. Services are provided in a comfortable and confidential office to facilitate the most therapeutic environment for each individual. My therapeutic approach is client centered, with focus on a collaborative dialogue, while using the support of psychotherapeutic techniques depending on the individuals needs.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 687-4132
Linda Schlapfer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenwich
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you unhappy in your marriage, struggling as a parent or having difficulty with your new blended family? While everyone faces challenges in life, sometimes it can be too much to handle on your own. The stress and pressures of life can be overwhelming and can affect even the strongest individuals and families. The first step is finding a therapist who can understand your situation and has the experience to guide you to effectively resolve these problems. I work with couples, families and individuals to help them deal directly with their problems using a solution-based approach.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 819-8179
Edward Schork, Psychologist  in Greenwich
Psychologist, PhD
“CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST - SPECIALIST. Over 35 years experience. PHD in CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, SCHOOL Psychology, and CHILD CLINICAL Psychology from #1 ranked program in US (US News/World Report). I really ENJOY talking with & helping kids, and have a knack for getting them comfortable, talking, smiling & better. I blend insightfulness, a warm enthusiastic & humorous style, state of the art evidence-based CBT methods, parent guidance, & family participation. Credentials: 2 Harvard Med School fellowships - Boston Children's Hospital/Judge Baker Children's Guidance Center, & Massachusetts General Hospital. 8 years Senior Psychologist Eating Disorders Program NYPresbyterian Hospital. Assistant Professor, Cornell Medical School. Supervised/Trained younger psychologists. Fulbright Scholar.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 916-0935
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, ACSW, MSW
“The focus of my work is to help people negotiate their relationships and to find deep satisfaction in their lives. I aspire to create a safe, non-judgmental environment which models respectful, cooperative communication which I encourage clients to use in other parts of their lives. I do not pressure people to change, but rather empower them to see their strenghts and to work toward their goals. To achieve this, I use multiple approaches depending on the needs of the client. My practice focuses on treatment of individuals and couples.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 584-9216 x2
Nikki Fall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DiplPsy
“Nikki Fall has been a licensed clinical psychologist in Germany for over 14 years, and she is a licensed psychotherapist and a psychoanalyst in the States of New York and Connecticut. Nikki studied clinical psychology at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Germany and has a master's degree from New York University in clinical social work. She trained to be a psychoanalyst at the National Institute for The Psychotherapies in New York City CT. She is also a consultant to marketing firms.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 340-2088
Joyce Z. Pere, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
“I approach each new patient as a caring, sympathetic practitioner, taking the time to assess the challenges facing both the patient and their family. My main objective is to help children, adolescents, adults and their families by providing Psychodynamic Therapies to enable patients to develop a variety of coping skills that will help balance life. Medication management is offered with a careful, cautious approach.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 583-3843
Wendy R Aronsson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist in Greenwich, Ct. and have practiced for over 25 years. I work with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples and families. In addition, I work with parents of children with learning disabilities. I utilize an eclectic approach to address each person's unique set of circumstances and needs. My approach to therapy is non-judgemental and collaborative.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 318-4304
Jewish Family Services of Greenwich,   in Greenwich
“Since 1983, the mission of Jewish Family Services of Greenwich has been to improve the lives of families and individuals of all ages in the community of Greenwich, Connecticut and beyond, while embracing Jewish wisdom, tradition, and compassion. We are a non-profit, non-discriminatory, social service agency which provides quality, affordable social services. Our services include support groups as well as individual or family counseling. Sliding scale fee is always available. We place the highest value upon treating people with dignity and respect and are guided by the Jewish tradition of helping people to help themselves.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 220-6097
Joan N Aronson, Counselor  in Greenwich
Counselor, MS, LPC, BCIAC, ADTR
“TRAIN YOUR BRAIN...TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE through an innovative DRUG-FREE approach to ADD, stress, anxiety, depression, OCD, insomnia, migraines, addictions & more. I'll support you in your quest for wellbeing by combining neurofeedback, a sophisticated mind-fitness technique, with cognitive therapy, an exploration of beliefs & attitudes that may be preventing attainment of your desired goals. Neurofeedback is a profound yet gentle computerized training method. It monitors electrical impulses in the central nervous system & feeds back information about your brainwave activity & corresponding state of mind, allowing your brain to rebalance itself naturally.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 212-8123
Devra Braun, Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
Psychiatrist, MD
“Devra Braun is committed to collaborating with her patients and to providing individualized treatment options. She provides up-to-date scientific information about evidence-based treatment alternatives. This helps to empower patients to make informed decisions. Dr. Braun can provide medication treatment, where needed; however, she also teaches mind-body stress management and self-observation and relationship effectiveness skills. An Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Cornell (Weill) Medical College, Dr. Braun is the Medical Director of Integrative Medicine and Psychotherapy of Greenwich, LLC.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 212-8653
Debbie Oberlander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RD
“Caring, compassion and respect lay the foundation for my practice. My treatment approach integrates insight oriented, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral techniques. I will provide the tools and support as you advance toward your goals. Your life experience, strengths and unique personality traits are important to my learning how to best work together. My practice is open to adults and adolescents. I do individual, couples and family counseling, as well as group work.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(347) 844-2007
Ashley E. Watson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is often unpredictable. It can be filled with pleasure and joy as well as frustration and sadness. Learning how to manage stress, anxiety, relationships, internal and external pressures in a healthy way is a step towards achieving a fulfilling path for your own personal existence. From young to more mature, personal issues vary but each is worthy of close attention in an effort to achieve balance and satisfaction.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 273-4405
Linda M. Smith, Psychiatric Nurse  in Greenwich
Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, RN
“I integrate evidence-based psychopharmacology and psychotherapy with mind-body therapies such as mindfulness, self-hypnosis, and motivational techniques for adopting a health-promoting lifestyle. I hold graduate degrees from McGill and Fairfield universities in health promotion, family medicine, and psychiatry.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 403-6579
Emily Hoffman Stern, Psychologist  in Greenwich
Psychologist, PhD
“I specialize in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety, stress, and depression in adults and teens. I also work with many patients on issues such as relationships, children, work and school. As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I help patients understand underlying patterns in their thinking and behavior and develop strategies to change these patterns. I also incorporate emotion-focused and mindfulness approaches, working with patients to process their feelings and reactions in a helpful and effective manner.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(646) 762-1128
Joshua M. Watson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenwich
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Welcome and congratulations on taking this first step of finding someone you can trust with your challenges. Life is complex and there can be periods of transition and uncertainty that may require additional support. I believe these transitions provide tremendous opportunities for growth. As a therapist I am dedicated to uplifting and empowering people to honor their life and happiness. Through offering you a supportive and understanding relationship, I can help you navigate the challenges of your life and live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 350-0636
Sandra Eagle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist, working with children (playtherapy), adolescents, and adults, in individual, couples, family therapy, and groupwork. I blend techniques from the psychotherapeutic and meditational traditions, to guide you right to the place where tension and confusion are causing your energy to be 'knotted', and facilitate a break-through. The freed energy becomes available to support you in creating your life, and your relationships, in the way you aspire to. take a look at my website www.sandraeagle.com available here by viewing my homepage.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 275-0715
Psychiatrist, MD
“As a psychiatrist in Greenwich, Connecticut (CT), I specialize in treating an array of mental disorders and illnesses, including addiction disorders, ADHD, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders and depressive disorders. My training is in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Treatments consist of: Neuropsychopharmacology, certification in Buprenorphine (Suboxone), Naltrexone maintenance therapy and Psychotherapy. I am dedicated to providing my patients with the highest level of personalized, authentic and therapeutic care. My goal is to build collaborative relationships with patients that creates a platform for greater insight into ones self understanding, which in turn leads to goal achievement.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 433-5469
Roni Rogers, Counselor  in Greenwich
Counselor, MS, NCC, LPC
“As a Psychotherapist I offer spiritually oriented as well as traditional psychological approaches within a compassionate, interactive, healing partnership. My training is eclectic, although based on psychodynamic and humanistic psychology. My transpersonal orientation is informed by Eastern and Buddhist thought. I believe that healing in the therapeutic process flows from the relationship between the therapist and client. The therapist serves as guide and companion, which allows for a safe, accepting and deeply trusting relationship. I have come to understand that each person has his or her own answers already inside themselves. This empathetic, non-judgmental connection reveals these answers and change occurs.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 318-4803
Beth Hartley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be challenging, but it can also be life changing. I am a licensed clinical social worker who works with pre-teens, adolescents, adults, and families in discovering creative and effective solutions for troubling feelings, unsatisfying relationships, and unproductive thinking and behaviors. My therapeutic approach is based on an interactive, warm, and non-judgemental relationship that will help increase self-awareness and insight and transform destructive patterns into new ways of relating to others, the ability to better manage painful and difficult feelings, identify healthier life choices, and effect positive and lasting change.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) 318-4752

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