Siri Sokol, M.M.,D.S.M.Ordained Anglican Min
116 Dove St, Albany, New York 12210
I' m only a student psychologist thus far reading for licensure. I wish I were a 'guidance counselor'. In order for me to accomplish this, I need to take a psych. exam given by NYS. This is what I am prepared to do. I do need to pass, possibly on the first attempt ( so I don't memorize the test). And it does require more college. I may have a ways to go,It seems .
Randy Carrin, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
60 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut 06708
Clients often ask me what "type" of psychotherapy I practice. The answer to that question is complicated, and is perhaps best answered by "it depends". My own belief is that different types of problems benefit the most from different types of therapy, and that a therapist who offered the same treatment for every problem would be doing his clients a disservice. With some clients I am apt to use a more "behavioral" or "cognitive" focus with an emphasis on problem-solving, adaptive coping, and altering maladaptive thought and behavioral patterns. With other clients, I may use exercises that focus on self-awareness, focus on past trauma to achieve recovery or some other form of treatment.
Henry Goldstein, Psy.D.
422 Highland Avenue, Suite 9, Cheshire, Connecticut 06410
A seasoned Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years of experience, Dr. Goldstein has cultivated an individualized, collaborative approach with his clients. Working with Dr. Goldstein can help clients achieve the ultimate goal of living a fulfilling, enriched life. Whether the path to this life is grounded in alleviating depression, diminishing anxiety and stress, managing anger effectively, reducing conflict in relationships, improving work performance, addressing the negative impact of alcohol and/or drugs, or enduring and progressing through grief and loss, Dr. Goldstein creates a warm, trusting, client-centered therapy environment within which his clients can achieve their goals.
Dena Ray, Ph.D.
65 Rice Road, Wayland, Massachusetts 01778
Change can be hard...but not impossible; people can alter their lives. I want my clients to achieve their goals and navigate their way to fulfilling lives. Since 1988 I have had the privilege of helping clients of all ages and stages and have pursued advanced training in state of the art techniques. The opportunity to voice feelings and receive support in a confidential, non-judgmental setting is essential. My clients say my commitment, engagement and honesty helps them open up and be real with me. Through our work together, my clients become more self-aware of their emotional triggers, learn how their past affects their present and how to create positive changes in their lives.
Carl Hindy, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist
120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Clinical Psychologists are exceptionally well-trained in working with clients to understand and modify behavior. Unlike psychiatrists who go to medical school then focus in their residency on mental illness, clinical psychologists study growth and development, personality, interpersonal processes, social and emotional aspects of behavior, and so on ... Not a "disease model" but a much more complex and rounded perspective on our lives. Clinical psychologists obtain a bachelors degree, then four or five years of graduate school to earn a Ph.D., including a pre-doctoral internship, then one or two years of post-doctoral supervised experience before licensure.