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Wendy Eisenberg, Ph.D.
Location: 7 Whitney Street Extension, Westport
Mental health means different things to different people and to different therapists. It is not always so simple. Some people who seek my services are ill and need to see a therapist to remain functional. For others, psychotherapy is a type of luxury that gives a deeper dimension to their lives,but yes..they would be fine without it. The process of psychotherapy is similar regardless, as I cautiously and respectfully enter another person's private world and try to untangle the the parts that cause distress and discomfort.
Psychotherapy is just so different than talking to a friend. I tailor each therapeutic experience to each individual who seeks self awareness and understanding.
Paula Levy, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 3 Sylvan Road South, Westport
As a psychotherapist I work with individuals and families that are dealing with life's challenges including depression, anxiety, relationship issues and family conflict. My approach is to help you understand yourself and to utilize your strengths to grow and overcome these challenges. Life can be difficult. You don't need to deal with these challenges alone. Let me give you the tools you need to successfully conquer these difficulties. I will help you believe in yourself and to find joy once again.
(Robert) Gregory Field, MA., Ph.D.
Location: 1071 Post Road East, Ste 203, Westport
My goal, as psychotherapist, is to provide a private, safe space/opportunity for clients to share their inner life and experience with someone who cares about and is thoroughly trained to help people to change problematic behavior/alleviate emotional pain. I utilize a variety of cognitive, relational/contextual, and insight oriented perspectives. I help clients to become more mindful in how they think, thus helping them change how they feel and act. I also help them to gain insight into how they have organized around their relational/contextual history and the unconscious processes at the root of their personal conflicts, utilizing the dynamics of our relationship as an important guide.
Edward Keane, Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location Near Therapist: Bridgeport, CT
Psychotherapy is a unique relationship between a person seeking guidance and support and a well trained and experienced psychotherapist.
The benefits of psychotherapy for you are many – – a better understanding of your emotions and life experience; a sense of control over your emotional life; direction and motivation as you seek to make difficult decisions in your life, and the sense of well-being that comes from working in a trusting, supportive relationship.
Stephanie Hein, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist
Location: 755 Main Street Bld#2, Monroe
Psychotherapy is working with my clients and the goals that they would like to meet through the process. It’s my job to facilitate the change and find the magic within the client that will bring them to a healthier life. Change is not easy and no one likes it! However, I have seen change happen which is why I continue to do this work and challenge my clients to reach their goals.
Florence Sarigianis, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 35 Old Tavern Road, Suite103, Orange
Why see a Psychotherapist? Family and friends may help you feel better about problems and even offer good advice and yet, you and perhaps your family, still can't move forward. This is when a Psychotherapist, someone professionally trained in relationships, communication improvement treating mental health issues can help. What are some of the benefits of seeing a Psychotherapist? The client is the focus. There are no expectations except payment. The client can be honest without worrying about offending friends or family and, your information stays in the office. The therapist is trained in therapeutic principles and technique and know what questions to ask.
James Blechman, LCSW-R, LMFT, LP, CGP
Psychotherapist, Marriage Counselor
Location: 151 East Street, New Canaan
Some symptoms are normal in times of transition and crisis, but if they persist beyond a reasonable time and threaten to destroy your happiness, psychotherapy has been demonstrated not only to provide relief, but also long-term personal growth and heightened emotional awareness. Psychotherapy allows you to better understand yourself and others, leading to greater satisfaction in all aspects of life—in work, love and play.
Christine Lawlor, MSW, LCSW
Location: 6 Thorndal Circle Suite 208, Darien
It is difficult at times to speak about the true nature of our struggles but once an environment of trust is established and we begin to utlilize evidence based therapeutic approaches we can work through the circumstance and find new ways of coping. As a therapist I believe there is hope in all situations, whether you are a young child just learning about the world or a senior member of society struggling with the trials of the elder years.
Andrew Campbell, LPC, NCC
Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Location: 62 Trumbull St., New Haven
Counseling is as much an art as a science. In an effort to balance these seemingly incongruous aspects of my profession, and in an effort to deliver the most effective services, I am continuously seeking out the latest ideas, theoretical approaches, and research in the field as well as peer supervision. As a result, I have found it most helpful to base my practice on trying to understand what it is like to walk in the shoes of the people I work with. Then, it is my belief that through this process of gaining insight and understanding of my clients, my clients can gain greater awareness of their problems and themselves and begin to make the necessary changes in their lives to feel better.
Haley Neidich, LCSW
Location: 7 Elm Street, New Haven
I have extensive experience supporting adolescents, young adults and their families utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma Focused Work, Parent Management, Exposure & Response Prevention, Family Therapy and Mindfulness. These interventions typically target such issues as depression, anxiety, OCD, self-harm, mood disorders and personality disorders.
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