Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
Art Therapy
(607) 527-7234
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"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
Wendy Hammond,
MA, DipPsy, Therapy, Coach
"Transitions in life bring uncertainty, anxiety, disrupt relationships and often make us question our identity and sense of meaning. Using a combination of psychotherapy and coaching allows us to uncover destructive patterns, heal, and then move forward in a positive, purposeful direction. What are the painful ideas, feelings and memories that fuel your reactions? Challenges and occasional catastrophes are inevitable, and serve to strengthen our confidence in the long run. If our fear and negativity are running the show, however, we get stuck. Let's pick apart the patterns that do not serve and re-author a peaceful, vibrant future."
Art Therapy
(267) 863-4999
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"Transitions in life bring uncertainty, anxiety, disrupt relationships and often make us question our identity and sense of meaning. Using a combination of psychotherapy and coaching allows us to uncover destructive patterns, heal, and then move forward in a positive, purposeful direction. What are the painful ideas, feelings and memories that fuel your reactions? Challenges and occasional catastrophes are inevitable, and serve to strengthen our confidence in the long run. If our fear and negativity are running the show, however, we get stuck. Let's pick apart the patterns that do not serve and re-author a peaceful, vibrant future."
Elizabeth Jane Golden, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Life's challenges are difficult, but can be overcome with support and effective tools. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space in which those struggling with a variety of life's challenges can begin to take the necessary steps toward developing change with a lasting sense of well-being. I have extensive clinical experience working with young adults, individuals, women, couples, and families. I use an eclectic approach with a family systems perspective in assessment and treatment. My style is warm, compassionate, and interactive. I believe learning practical, effective skills are most valuable in therapy to achieve desired goals."
Art Therapy
(607) 246-8343
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"Life's challenges are difficult, but can be overcome with support and effective tools. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space in which those struggling with a variety of life's challenges can begin to take the necessary steps toward developing change with a lasting sense of well-being. I have extensive clinical experience working with young adults, individuals, women, couples, and families. I use an eclectic approach with a family systems perspective in assessment and treatment. My style is warm, compassionate, and interactive. I believe learning practical, effective skills are most valuable in therapy to achieve desired goals."
Emily M. Walsh, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR
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"Sometimes there's a gap between what is happening and what you envision for yourself. You have a wealth of innate strengths, courage and will-power which can be enhanced in a warm, supportive relationship to support change. I am well suited to support adjusting to life transitions, enhancing relationship skills, strengthening self-compassion, self-esteem and self-growth. In order to do this work, your sense of comfort and trust comes first. I continually work to ensure that you feel understood. My training and experience are ideal for increasing coping skills if you're experiencing anxiety, grief or dissatisfaction in relationships."
Art Therapy
(607) 304-3217
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"Sometimes there's a gap between what is happening and what you envision for yourself. You have a wealth of innate strengths, courage and will-power which can be enhanced in a warm, supportive relationship to support change. I am well suited to support adjusting to life transitions, enhancing relationship skills, strengthening self-compassion, self-esteem and self-growth. In order to do this work, your sense of comfort and trust comes first. I continually work to ensure that you feel understood. My training and experience are ideal for increasing coping skills if you're experiencing anxiety, grief or dissatisfaction in relationships."
Cheryl Delaney, Creative Arts Therapist
Creative Arts Therapist, MA, LCAT, BC-DMT
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"Do you find yourself feeling stuck in certain feelings? We call emotions "feelings" because they are experienced physically first, and then words are put to what is felt. If talking yourself out of uncomfortable feelings isn't working, you may want to try body-based therapy. All of your emotions are needed to fully express yourself, just as a dancer needs a full range of motion, and an artist needs every color. I help clients to cope with uncomfortable and painful feelings in order to open up to feeling safe experiencing the full range of human emotions."
Art Therapy
(607) 333-7589
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"Do you find yourself feeling stuck in certain feelings? We call emotions "feelings" because they are experienced physically first, and then words are put to what is felt. If talking yourself out of uncomfortable feelings isn't working, you may want to try body-based therapy. All of your emotions are needed to fully express yourself, just as a dancer needs a full range of motion, and an artist needs every color. I help clients to cope with uncomfortable and painful feelings in order to open up to feeling safe experiencing the full range of human emotions."
Deborah K Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, M.Ed.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"My job is to facilitate the process of change with individuals and families. I am experienced in helping people with problems in personal relationships and at work. Many of my clients are feeling stuck or unsure about something of importance. They may be struggling with parenting, addiction, or feelings of anxiety, irritability, and deep sadness. Often, the people I work with are associated with colleges and universities. My 20+ years of experience in higher education is a resource in my work as a therapist. "
Art Therapy
(607) 339-1479
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"My job is to facilitate the process of change with individuals and families. I am experienced in helping people with problems in personal relationships and at work. Many of my clients are feeling stuck or unsure about something of importance. They may be struggling with parenting, addiction, or feelings of anxiety, irritability, and deep sadness. Often, the people I work with are associated with colleges and universities. My 20+ years of experience in higher education is a resource in my work as a therapist. "
Mary Kate Lenihan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Any individual, couple, or family making the decision to embark on therapy has made a brave step toward growth and change. Once rapport and safety is established, giving the self permission to be raw and vulnerable is what I strive for with clients. Feeling safe to explore discomfort and navigating different means of communication is at the heart of my work. The approach of curious exploration and demystification helps the individuals, couples and families that I work with resolve stressors related to anxiety, depression, grief, relational issues, work and academic influences, family dynamics, and LGBTQ issues."
Art Therapy
(855) 286-2210
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"Any individual, couple, or family making the decision to embark on therapy has made a brave step toward growth and change. Once rapport and safety is established, giving the self permission to be raw and vulnerable is what I strive for with clients. Feeling safe to explore discomfort and navigating different means of communication is at the heart of my work. The approach of curious exploration and demystification helps the individuals, couples and families that I work with resolve stressors related to anxiety, depression, grief, relational issues, work and academic influences, family dynamics, and LGBTQ issues."
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Dr. Amy Phillips, Counselor
Counselor, EdD, LCPC, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am here to help you and to listen. We can work together to better understand the challenges in your life. Through talking, things will get better. Today, you are one step closer to a new you where you can feel empowered and go on that positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you lead a life that is worth celebrating. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
(607) 327-5294
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"I am here to help you and to listen. We can work together to better understand the challenges in your life. Through talking, things will get better. Today, you are one step closer to a new you where you can feel empowered and go on that positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you lead a life that is worth celebrating. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
Paul Mikowski, Psychologist PLLC, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe I can help you feel better if you experience overwhelming stress, sadness, or addictions. I focus on your individual needs and use the techniques that work, including psychotherapy, meditation, or short- term change strategies. You can feel better."
(607) 289-2101
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"I believe I can help you feel better if you experience overwhelming stress, sadness, or addictions. I focus on your individual needs and use the techniques that work, including psychotherapy, meditation, or short- term change strategies. You can feel better."
Carmen Munson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCC
"CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS: Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, discouraged or anxious? I work with individuals who are experiencing: stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues or career/work/school issues. I tailor my approach to each individual, incorporating CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and Solution-focused therapies. Making the phone call (or email) is the first step to feeling better. For more info click on "website" link to the left."
(607) 252-6616
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"CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS: Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, discouraged or anxious? I work with individuals who are experiencing: stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues or career/work/school issues. I tailor my approach to each individual, incorporating CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and Solution-focused therapies. Making the phone call (or email) is the first step to feeling better. For more info click on "website" link to the left."
Amanda L Asrelsky, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPMFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Our minds and bodies are powerful forces, which are wholly connected. Environmental factors, as well as belief and value systems are deeply rooted in how we present ourselves physically and emotionally. For many, painful life events can fracture the mind/body connection for the sake of survival. In children this may look like regressive behaviors in class or at home. Adults may experience anxious and depressive thoughts. Relationships may see increased tension and/or codependent traits. Healing from therapeutic intervention is recognizing unhelpful “parts” and bringing love, appreciation and competency to your internal world. "
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"Our minds and bodies are powerful forces, which are wholly connected. Environmental factors, as well as belief and value systems are deeply rooted in how we present ourselves physically and emotionally. For many, painful life events can fracture the mind/body connection for the sake of survival. In children this may look like regressive behaviors in class or at home. Adults may experience anxious and depressive thoughts. Relationships may see increased tension and/or codependent traits. Healing from therapeutic intervention is recognizing unhelpful “parts” and bringing love, appreciation and competency to your internal world. "
Sara Kranzler, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"It's hard to know when to seek help and where to find it. Being willing to try therapy is big. I offer one free consult session. My practice is small so you are my focus. I work with college age students struggling with life and social stress, anxiety and depression. I help children and teens who have symptoms of depression and anxiety which may present as irritability, anger, sadness, arguing, fears, social difficulties, and disorganization. I also provide brief, targeted support. As a clinical psychologist with school psychology training, I appreciate that learning and development are person specific and impacted by diagnosis. "
(315) 888-4870
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"It's hard to know when to seek help and where to find it. Being willing to try therapy is big. I offer one free consult session. My practice is small so you are my focus. I work with college age students struggling with life and social stress, anxiety and depression. I help children and teens who have symptoms of depression and anxiety which may present as irritability, anger, sadness, arguing, fears, social difficulties, and disorganization. I also provide brief, targeted support. As a clinical psychologist with school psychology training, I appreciate that learning and development are person specific and impacted by diagnosis. "
Adrienne Marquis, Counselor
Counselor, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Each one of us has a desire within to be our truest, best selves. Sometimes our circumstances can hinder our thoughts and emotions in feeling the success of this ability. We can feel as though we are walking through a fog, unable to unlock this potential. Whether you are coping with sadness, anxiety, life stressors, life changes, or trauma, I am a firm believer that everyone has the ability to hit the pause button, take a deep breath, catch their second wind and begin again. Sometimes it just takes that first step, recognizing that the more you take, the closer you are to exiting the fog and beginning the life you imagine."
(607) 224-8573
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"Each one of us has a desire within to be our truest, best selves. Sometimes our circumstances can hinder our thoughts and emotions in feeling the success of this ability. We can feel as though we are walking through a fog, unable to unlock this potential. Whether you are coping with sadness, anxiety, life stressors, life changes, or trauma, I am a firm believer that everyone has the ability to hit the pause button, take a deep breath, catch their second wind and begin again. Sometimes it just takes that first step, recognizing that the more you take, the closer you are to exiting the fog and beginning the life you imagine."
Flannery Hysjulien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Psychotherapy is a process of collaboration, discovery, acceptance, and change. Together, we will explore the many factors impacting your life and your experiences. We will make space for you to listen inward and reflect. You will be encouraged to clarify your values and set clear and achievable goals. Along the way, I will offer feedback, encouragement, and support. We will observe your current patterns, identify your strengths and resources, and explore a wide variety of strategies for healing and growth."
(607) 882-6040
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"Psychotherapy is a process of collaboration, discovery, acceptance, and change. Together, we will explore the many factors impacting your life and your experiences. We will make space for you to listen inward and reflect. You will be encouraged to clarify your values and set clear and achievable goals. Along the way, I will offer feedback, encouragement, and support. We will observe your current patterns, identify your strengths and resources, and explore a wide variety of strategies for healing and growth."
Jenn Heatley, LMSW, LMT, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LMT
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Hello! I'm so glad that you're looking for support with whatever is troubling you. I hope you find the therapist who will be the best fit for your needs. I may be a good fit if you're looking for: - help with anxiety, depression, grief, illness, & family / relationship issues - help with stress, work/life balance, & unblocking creativity & motivation - ways to improve communication - support for life transitions & clarifying next steps - support for exploring gender identity & sexuality - healing from past trauma - an increased sense of resilience, emotional strength, & self-compassion - a renewed sense of connection & deepened capacity for joy"
(607) 214-2548
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"Hello! I'm so glad that you're looking for support with whatever is troubling you. I hope you find the therapist who will be the best fit for your needs. I may be a good fit if you're looking for: - help with anxiety, depression, grief, illness, & family / relationship issues - help with stress, work/life balance, & unblocking creativity & motivation - ways to improve communication - support for life transitions & clarifying next steps - support for exploring gender identity & sexuality - healing from past trauma - an increased sense of resilience, emotional strength, & self-compassion - a renewed sense of connection & deepened capacity for joy"
Fiona McDevitt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"*Please note that I do not have any openings at this time.* Most of us, at some point in our lives, feel stuck, overwhelmed, angry, misunderstood in our relationships, and/or have experienced situations that have negatively impacted us. Simply by researching therapists, you have taken the first courageous step to making changes that will move you towards the life you want."
(607) 269-4125
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"*Please note that I do not have any openings at this time.* Most of us, at some point in our lives, feel stuck, overwhelmed, angry, misunderstood in our relationships, and/or have experienced situations that have negatively impacted us. Simply by researching therapists, you have taken the first courageous step to making changes that will move you towards the life you want."
Mitchell H Herzog, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSSW, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
(607) 218-2225
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"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
Andre Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Reflecting core values of strengths-based frameworks, empowerment and self-determination, services offered are designed in support of individuals and families experiencing agency in their goal attainment."
(607) 250-1286
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"Reflecting core values of strengths-based frameworks, empowerment and self-determination, services offered are designed in support of individuals and families experiencing agency in their goal attainment."
Michael Troy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"If you've been feeling disconnected from yourself, struggling to resolve difficult emotional and/or relational experiences, trying to figure out what steps to take next, or looking to cultivate more kindness and care in how you relate to yourself and others, I may be able to help. I am an emotionally focused, mindfulness oriented, experiential therapist. I believe a fair amount of our suffering and confusion stems from living with the anxiety, shame, and defenses that prevent us from experiencing who we really are."
(607) 275-5149
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"If you've been feeling disconnected from yourself, struggling to resolve difficult emotional and/or relational experiences, trying to figure out what steps to take next, or looking to cultivate more kindness and care in how you relate to yourself and others, I may be able to help. I am an emotionally focused, mindfulness oriented, experiential therapist. I believe a fair amount of our suffering and confusion stems from living with the anxiety, shame, and defenses that prevent us from experiencing who we really are."
Vanessa Hannah Bright, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, L.Ac., L.P.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "
(833) 598-0112
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"I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "

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It may look like a craft class, but art therapy in 14850 is a serious technique that uses the creative process to help improve the mental health of clients. 14850 Art therapy can be used on children and adults to treat a wide range of emotional issues, including anxiety, depression, family and relationship problems, abuse and domestic violence, and trauma and loss. Commonly found in hospitals and community centers, art therapy programs are based on the belief that the creative process is healing and life-enhancing. As they paint or draw, a skilled 14850 art therapist can use the client's works of art and their approach to the process as springboards to help them gain personal insight, improve their judgment, cope with stress, and work through traumatic experiences.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 14850 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 14850 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 14850 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 14850 or family therapy in 14850.