Catherine Kelly, DC, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
11 Webster Ave. PO Box 251, Goshen, New York 10924
In my work with individuals, couples and families I always keep in mind the goal of helping the client(s) live a life that truly expresses their highest, best selves. I appreciate the capacity in each to person to live a vital self-led life. This is done by integrating emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. Healing the wounds that prevent us from living fully allows for the emergence of our authentic selves.
Gay Lee, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker-R
450 Broadway, Newburgh, New York 12550
Psychotherapy is a general term to describe treatment of psychological disorders. I am a psychotherapist with twenty years of clinical training. I like object relation, because it considers people in their social environment. I have taught theories of psychosocial development, psychopathology, counseling techniques, but with all of my training, I find that it is important to engage people and maintain a healthy therapeutic relationship.
Capital Counseling, MSW, LCSW-R
Capital Counseling Your Lifeline to Better Mental Health
650 Warren St, Albany, New York 12208
Psychotherapy refers to a broad range of interventions used by trained behavioral health professionals to assist individuals in understanding problematic patterns in their lives, achieving desired changes in their emotional well-being, personal growth and achievement, and interpersonal effectiveness. Psychotherapy is often employed to assist people with making positive changes in their social and vocational effectiveness. Capital Counseling uses psychotherapy to assist individuals, couples, and families to achieve their desired changes. Group therapy is provided as well addressing a variety of mental health issues.
David Palmiter, Ph.D., ABPP
Waverly, Pennsylvania 18471
Psychotherapy is the science based art of understanding and alleviating pain; in recent decades it has also become about promoting and advancing meaning and experiences of joy. In my practice I first do a caring and comprehensive evaluation to make sure that I understand each person's unique story and situation. I then kindly partner with my clients in setting measurable goals so that we keep the work accountable and so that we know when we are done. I then collaborate with my clients in choosing the science-based therapy that stands the best chance of alleviating their pain, and helping them to make the most out of this lavish banquet that surrounds us all, as quickly as possible.
Siri Sokol, M.M.,D.S.M.Ordained Anglican Min
116 Dove St, Albany, New York 12210
Now, what I do as a Therapist is to myself take the role of 'dysthymic' a antagonist. In other words, I lay low. I remain objective and fairly clinical, and "outside the box" seemingly a little depressed myself so as to be on even footing with the patient or what have you. Then I track them with my associates for a long while until I am able to recognize the outcome.