Wendy Eisenberg, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Eisenberg.
Individual CounselingMarriage/Couples Counseling
Teenagers In TroubleDepression/Anxiety
Parenting IssuesTrauma Survivors
Bipolar DisordersDivorce Recovery

Here's the scoop. I'm not the kind of therapist that silently listens while taking notes and then now and then asks, "hummm.....how does that make you feel?" Nope. Thats not my style. I focus on the human being that you are, because that is my most important specialty.

Krisztina Olah, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Krisztina.
Relationship IssuesAddiction
Grief and LosssSelf Esteem

"When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves." - Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning. Krisztina is a Marriage and Family Therapist who takes a holistic approach to therapy working with clients on all aspects of their life

Joyce Colburn, LMSW

Licensed Social Worker

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Joyce.
Marriage and FamilyCareer
Postnatal and Fertility IssuesSubstance Abuse

I am a solution-focused, pragmatic problem solver who builds relationships with clients to resolve their issues and help them move forward with their lives. My practice integrates various modalities of therapy tailored to each specific client.

Paula Levy, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Paula.
Marriage/Couples CounselingInfidelity Specialist
Individual TherapyDivorce Issues
Parenting IssuesMediation

I am an individual & marriage therapist who will help you navigate life's challenges. Has your family been impacted by divorce, an affair, communication or intimacy problems? I work with adult and children and help you create the life you want. Love grows here.

Stephanie Hein, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Stephanie.
Anxiety/Depression/GriefParenting and Co-Parenting
Teen IssuesWomen Issues
Anger ManagementStress

I'm a Marriage & Family Therapist. I see individuals/couples/families. I know that finding the right therapist can be hard. My motto is "come in and meet me first to make sure I'm the right FIT for you!" It's not easy to share problems or emotions & I respect that.

Florence Sarigianis, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Fast Contact: Email or Call Florence.
Couples IssuesIndividual Therapy
FamiliesChristian/Spirituality Issues
Depression And AnxietyParenting

I am a therapist who works with individuals, couples, families and children. Problems and issues arise in life and there are times when professional assistance can help. In my private office, I will provide for you a safe, comfortable and supportive environment.

Related Sites:
City of Bridgeport, CT
Connecticut Counseling Association

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Bring the whole family to Bridgeport, Connecticut. Teenagers and younger children alike are going to love a family outing to the Beardsley Zoo, home to over 300 species of animals, including several threatened and endangered species.1 And the whole family will love exploring the three floors of the Barnum Museum, founded by the famous circus entertainer himself. The kids will have a blast while they're learning. Or, if you prefer a day outside, the whole carload can enjoy a day of boating, hiking, fishing and swimming at Seaside Park. Mothers can take the whole group to a live show at the Downtown Cabaret Theatre, where something is going on all the time and the Children's company is a crowd favorite. If you prefer Hollywood fare, you can find a movie for everyone at the Regal Stratford Square Cinema. You'll find plenty of interesting things to do year round in Bridgeport.

Mental Health in Bridgeport

The Bridgeport Recovery Community Center, located in downtown Bridgeport, offers those recovering and those attempting to recover from addiction a place for support.2 Visitors can attend workshops and recovery meetings, learn about treatment and recovery options, take part in social activities, and more. Additionally, the Center is a place to network with peers and social work professionals to find resources such as recovery housing and service referrals. Phones, fax machines, and computers with internet access are available as well. For more information about the Center, call (203) 332-3303.

The limitations of a persistent and severe psychiatric illness can be profound. One of the more difficult aspects of coping with this as an adult is the challenge of finding employment with such a condition. Even when in recovery, or fully recovered, the lingering stigma of mental illness can be detrimental to success. At any given time, millions of adults with mental illness are unemployed.3 Bridge House helps adults who are being treated or have recovered from a mental illness find employment through their weekly Job Club meetings and transitional employment, supported employment, and independent employment programs.4 To find out more, contact Bridge House at (203) 335-5339.

Current Initiatives

FSW is an organization located in Bridgeport, currently heading the homelessness prevention initiative, The Bridge Fund.5 The Bridge Fund is an interest free loan program and financial literacy service. In addition to The Bridge Fund, FSW helps those faced with homelessness in a number of other ways. The organization is continually seeking new strategies to provide disadvantaged citizens with hope and the tools they need to attain self sufficiency. For information on The Bridge Fund or other FSW programs, call (203) 368-5568.


1. Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo. (2011). Visit the Zoo. Retrieved from http://www.beardsleyzoo.org/visitorinfo-vi1
2. Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery. (2014). Bridgeport Recovery Community Center. Retrieved from http://ccar.us/bridgeport-recovery-community-center/
3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2014). The National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/spotlight/spot116-unemployment-mental-illness-2014.pdf
4. Bridge House. (2014). Employment. Retrieved from http://www.bridgehousect.org/employment.asp
5. FSW. (2014). Homeless Prevention. Retrieved from http://www.fswinc.org/financialeducation.php#Homelessprevention