Area auto widened to Franklin County - no Attachment-based Therapists were found in Sunderland, MA
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I bring more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist. I uses innovative, effective and evidence-based approaches to individual and couples therapy. I'm a graduate of Cambridge College, where I earned my Masters in Education in Marriage and Family Therapy, I have received advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.I have a background in trauma and relational conflict and is known for my effectiveness in working with challenging relationships."
Attachment-based
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Traumatic Brain Injury
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(978) 481-3086
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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Attachment-based
Spirituality
Traumatic Brain Injury
Adults
"I bring more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist. I uses innovative, effective and evidence-based approaches to individual and couples therapy. I'm a graduate of Cambridge College, where I earned my Masters in Education in Marriage and Family Therapy, I have received advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.I have a background in trauma and relational conflict and is known for my effectiveness in working with challenging relationships."
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Adam Marshall Barcroft, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MS, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor serving individuals and groups in Franklin County Massachusetts. I have 15 years experience training and practice in using action-based methods for engaging the mind, emotions, and the body. Effective for use with individuals and in a group setting, together we address issues related to depression, anxiety, grief, anger, suicidal ideation and self-harm impulses, social anxiety, ADHD, substance abuse, bullying, and issues related to emotional and physical abuse, abandonment and neglect. Supporting children, youth, adults and elders restoring creativity and spontaneity."
(413) 628-1212
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor serving individuals and groups in Franklin County Massachusetts. I have 15 years experience training and practice in using action-based methods for engaging the mind, emotions, and the body. Effective for use with individuals and in a group setting, together we address issues related to depression, anxiety, grief, anger, suicidal ideation and self-harm impulses, social anxiety, ADHD, substance abuse, bullying, and issues related to emotional and physical abuse, abandonment and neglect. Supporting children, youth, adults and elders restoring creativity and spontaneity."
Hunter G. Swanson, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I believe that the journey toward becoming authentically oneself is among the most important work we do. My practice focuses on creating space in which transformation is possible and old patterns can shift into something that allows for growth and possibility. Putting language to complex internal experiences, forging connections, and examining clearly and without shame or judgment the places where stuckness happens are often crucial parts of this process. I work with clients to explore all aspects of identity, focusing on gender and identity development but also intersections of experiences of anxiety, depression, trauma, and dysregulation of mood."
(413) 728-5652
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I believe that the journey toward becoming authentically oneself is among the most important work we do. My practice focuses on creating space in which transformation is possible and old patterns can shift into something that allows for growth and possibility. Putting language to complex internal experiences, forging connections, and examining clearly and without shame or judgment the places where stuckness happens are often crucial parts of this process. I work with clients to explore all aspects of identity, focusing on gender and identity development but also intersections of experiences of anxiety, depression, trauma, and dysregulation of mood."
Meg Sullivan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"If you are looking for an holistic clinician with over 25 years experience look no further. My office space is personal, private, brimming with healing energy, & provides free parking. Leave each session empowered, motivated, inspired, and equipped with practical "tips" for moving ahead in your life. In the past 2 years there are many more reports of fatigue, anger, anxiety and depression in reaction to current affairs. This is not your imagination. Let's separate fact from feeling so that you can find a place of peace and stability within. Learning to discern your small, still voice in the midst of chaos can be accomplished ."
(315) 707-4186
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"If you are looking for an holistic clinician with over 25 years experience look no further. My office space is personal, private, brimming with healing energy, & provides free parking. Leave each session empowered, motivated, inspired, and equipped with practical "tips" for moving ahead in your life. In the past 2 years there are many more reports of fatigue, anger, anxiety and depression in reaction to current affairs. This is not your imagination. Let's separate fact from feeling so that you can find a place of peace and stability within. Learning to discern your small, still voice in the midst of chaos can be accomplished ."
Ronald S Meck, Counselor
Counselor
Verified by Psychology Today
Shutesbury, Massachusetts 01072
"Many people who have experience in therapy remain puzzled as to why they find it so difficult to change even after learning about the dynamics of their emotional suffering. Thinking processes can only take us so far and often are unable to instigate a deep psychological shift. Unconscious processes, even brought into the light, will resist attempts to think them away. Imagination and the body are the home of the subconscious. It is in that world, that real and lasting change can transpire. Together we will attempt to get close and "withstand" conflicts of the mind rather than "understand" them."
(413) 354-0994
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Shutesbury, Massachusetts 01072
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"Many people who have experience in therapy remain puzzled as to why they find it so difficult to change even after learning about the dynamics of their emotional suffering. Thinking processes can only take us so far and often are unable to instigate a deep psychological shift. Unconscious processes, even brought into the light, will resist attempts to think them away. Imagination and the body are the home of the subconscious. It is in that world, that real and lasting change can transpire. Together we will attempt to get close and "withstand" conflicts of the mind rather than "understand" them."
Douglas Grote, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CADC-II
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"In my experience, most people seeking therapy are having a tough time, troubled by something. The reasons are as varied as people themselves, could be depression, anxiety, ADD, troubles with substances or addictions, struggles in recovery. Sometimes it's conflicts in the family, with children, or other relationships. Sometimes challenges from the world and workplace are too much. At times figuring out "what's wrong" is the first therapeutic task. I help by listening, observing, asking questions, understanding without judgement. In turn I help people learn to cope, to understand, and make changes. I often use humor and stories."
(413) 239-3352
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"In my experience, most people seeking therapy are having a tough time, troubled by something. The reasons are as varied as people themselves, could be depression, anxiety, ADD, troubles with substances or addictions, struggles in recovery. Sometimes it's conflicts in the family, with children, or other relationships. Sometimes challenges from the world and workplace are too much. At times figuring out "what's wrong" is the first therapeutic task. I help by listening, observing, asking questions, understanding without judgement. In turn I help people learn to cope, to understand, and make changes. I often use humor and stories."
Tori A Tilson, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"Thank you for your interest in my counseling services. If you or a loved one are struggling, then therapy may be helpful. I am a thoughtful, caring, experienced professional, and I have worked with many people to help them learn new ways of being in the world and feeling better about themselves."
(413) 315-4503
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"Thank you for your interest in my counseling services. If you or a loved one are struggling, then therapy may be helpful. I am a thoughtful, caring, experienced professional, and I have worked with many people to help them learn new ways of being in the world and feeling better about themselves."
Laurie Lassiter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
Leverett, Massachusetts 01054
"INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY THERAPY FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS OF ALL AGES, AND COACHING FOR PARENTS: Relationships; Couples; Defining Self in Family of Origin; Addictions; ADHD; Anxiety; Family arguments; Emotional Immaturity; Parent-Child Relationships; and Conflict Between Parents. With PhD from NYU in anthropology field, MSW from Smith College, and years of specialized postgraduate training at Georgetown University Family Center, I can help you even if your spouse or adolescent refuses to attend therapy at first. I have also coached parents of adult children who are struggling. Families have been successful with my approach when nothing else has worked."
(413) 634-4077
Leverett, Massachusetts 01054
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"INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY THERAPY FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS OF ALL AGES, AND COACHING FOR PARENTS: Relationships; Couples; Defining Self in Family of Origin; Addictions; ADHD; Anxiety; Family arguments; Emotional Immaturity; Parent-Child Relationships; and Conflict Between Parents. With PhD from NYU in anthropology field, MSW from Smith College, and years of specialized postgraduate training at Georgetown University Family Center, I can help you even if your spouse or adolescent refuses to attend therapy at first. I have also coached parents of adult children who are struggling. Families have been successful with my approach when nothing else has worked."
J. Michael Rowan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I am an experienced family therapist who has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I see self-pay clients and Blue Cross Blue Shield. I am often the first person to see a young child when emotional and behavioral difficulties emerge in pre-school or Kindergarten. I can help figure out what's going on diagnostically and we can develop a treatment plan together. I have successfully helped children and adults with ADHD, PTSD, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders like Depression and Bipolar Disorder."
(413) 353-1064
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I am an experienced family therapist who has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I see self-pay clients and Blue Cross Blue Shield. I am often the first person to see a young child when emotional and behavioral difficulties emerge in pre-school or Kindergarten. I can help figure out what's going on diagnostically and we can develop a treatment plan together. I have successfully helped children and adults with ADHD, PTSD, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders like Depression and Bipolar Disorder."
Andrea Alice Mizula, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I value and appreciate the trust, safety and non-judgement that comes from a theraputic relationship. Regardless of the reason, I consider myself very respectful of each child, adult or family who begins the therapy process. I strive to meet the client or family where they are at on there journey as I help to guild through strengthening and developing new tools that will help them reach there goals. I work with adults, children and families, struggling with Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Child Trauma, Behavioral and Emotional difficulties, ADHD and difficulties with Adjusting to Life Changes."
(413) 315-5369
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"I value and appreciate the trust, safety and non-judgement that comes from a theraputic relationship. Regardless of the reason, I consider myself very respectful of each child, adult or family who begins the therapy process. I strive to meet the client or family where they are at on there journey as I help to guild through strengthening and developing new tools that will help them reach there goals. I work with adults, children and families, struggling with Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Child Trauma, Behavioral and Emotional difficulties, ADHD and difficulties with Adjusting to Life Changes."
Kirby Grimley, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I provide a supportive and safe environment to assist clients in working through their challenges. I have been working in the field of mental health for over fifteen years, largely with clients with trauma. My experience includes helping people address underlying causes of depression, anxiety, and addictions, including eating disorders. I have also helped clients work through major transitions, such as divorce and career changes. I work with children and adults of all ages, providing individual counseling and family therapy. I offer an eclectic approach including Mindfulness Based, Person Centered & Play Therapy, as well as EFT & art therapy techniques."
(802) 552-4864
Verified
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I provide a supportive and safe environment to assist clients in working through their challenges. I have been working in the field of mental health for over fifteen years, largely with clients with trauma. My experience includes helping people address underlying causes of depression, anxiety, and addictions, including eating disorders. I have also helped clients work through major transitions, such as divorce and career changes. I work with children and adults of all ages, providing individual counseling and family therapy. I offer an eclectic approach including Mindfulness Based, Person Centered & Play Therapy, as well as EFT & art therapy techniques."
Karen W. Nolen, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe we are already whole and where we need to be, but when we hear messages dismissing this, it can reduce our motivation. Do you want to initiate change? I help purpose-driven people live their life's calling. Are you an artist wanting to initiate or continue your work? A career-seeker looking for work that sustains you financially AND spiritually? Perhaps you are a burned out leader or activist wanting to live from a place of balance? In short, I help clients work through inner blocks, to reconnect their truth; thereby creating a more intentional life."
(413) 658-7514
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"I believe we are already whole and where we need to be, but when we hear messages dismissing this, it can reduce our motivation. Do you want to initiate change? I help purpose-driven people live their life's calling. Are you an artist wanting to initiate or continue your work? A career-seeker looking for work that sustains you financially AND spiritually? Perhaps you are a burned out leader or activist wanting to live from a place of balance? In short, I help clients work through inner blocks, to reconnect their truth; thereby creating a more intentional life."
Sarah Seward, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"There are numerous reasons to seek professional emotional help. Chronic feelings of stress, sadness and fear, on-going relationship conflict, the pain of past trauma, or the struggle to cope with a physical illness. As a psychologist, I combine my extensive clinical training with my passion for transforming life's emotional challenges into avenues for personal growth, comprehensive wellness, and self-fulfillment. Through my experience, compassion, and humanity I will work collaboratively with you to build a therapeutic relationship that promotes the safe and respectful exploration of the difficulties you are facing."
(413) 206-2173
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"There are numerous reasons to seek professional emotional help. Chronic feelings of stress, sadness and fear, on-going relationship conflict, the pain of past trauma, or the struggle to cope with a physical illness. As a psychologist, I combine my extensive clinical training with my passion for transforming life's emotional challenges into avenues for personal growth, comprehensive wellness, and self-fulfillment. Through my experience, compassion, and humanity I will work collaboratively with you to build a therapeutic relationship that promotes the safe and respectful exploration of the difficulties you are facing."
Jill Fleischner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In searching for a therapist it is important to find someone you feel has the capacity to fully listen, to truly understand without judgment, and who can to bear witness to the experience you bring forth to treatment. When two people can walk together safely carrying the weight of one's individual experience and history significant change can occur.This process is an ongoing reminder of the potential curative power behind relationship and the resiliency of human spirit."
(413) 862-5564
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"In searching for a therapist it is important to find someone you feel has the capacity to fully listen, to truly understand without judgment, and who can to bear witness to the experience you bring forth to treatment. When two people can walk together safely carrying the weight of one's individual experience and history significant change can occur.This process is an ongoing reminder of the potential curative power behind relationship and the resiliency of human spirit."
Serena Torrey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"We human beings are wonderfully complicated! I specialize in working with complexity and internal conflict. Some examples: "I'm afraid all the time even though I know I'm safe," or "I want to be sober but I keep drinking," or "I find myself awake all night when all I want to do is sleep." Sound familiar? Some internal conflicts seem impossible to resolve through logical thought alone, and we must look at subconscious layers and old wounds. By respecting each part of you, we can create more inner harmony, and help you to live well with your whole self."
(413) 314-2546
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"We human beings are wonderfully complicated! I specialize in working with complexity and internal conflict. Some examples: "I'm afraid all the time even though I know I'm safe," or "I want to be sober but I keep drinking," or "I find myself awake all night when all I want to do is sleep." Sound familiar? Some internal conflicts seem impossible to resolve through logical thought alone, and we must look at subconscious layers and old wounds. By respecting each part of you, we can create more inner harmony, and help you to live well with your whole self."
Virginia Fleet, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"Depression, anxiety, anger problems, substance abuse, relationship problems; these are some of the most common issues that motivate people to seek counseling. The gift of therapy is that it gives you a chance to understand why you react in certain ways to certain people and events. Counseling also helps you learn to recognize, name, and respect your emotions, which are the first steps to making any changes you think are needed."
(413) 842-8552
Verified
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"Depression, anxiety, anger problems, substance abuse, relationship problems; these are some of the most common issues that motivate people to seek counseling. The gift of therapy is that it gives you a chance to understand why you react in certain ways to certain people and events. Counseling also helps you learn to recognize, name, and respect your emotions, which are the first steps to making any changes you think are needed."
Kevin Blanchard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I understand psychotherapy as collaborative work. My task is to fully attend with my eyes, ears and intuition to all that my client is offering; the spoken as well as the unspoken, the verbal as well as the non-verbal. It is my client’s task to put into words what their world feels like from the inside. From the resultant dialogue emerges a more complex understanding of their difficulties. Suffering seems an unavoidable feature of living, but articulating it lessens the impact, and insight gained as to its origins and possible meaning suggests the path to positive change."
(413) 579-6113
Verified
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I understand psychotherapy as collaborative work. My task is to fully attend with my eyes, ears and intuition to all that my client is offering; the spoken as well as the unspoken, the verbal as well as the non-verbal. It is my client’s task to put into words what their world feels like from the inside. From the resultant dialogue emerges a more complex understanding of their difficulties. Suffering seems an unavoidable feature of living, but articulating it lessens the impact, and insight gained as to its origins and possible meaning suggests the path to positive change."
Paul Doud, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"Intimate life partnerships are incredibly important to us. They provide a solid base for all that we do in life, from raising children, to doing our work in the world, to simply enjoying life. When that relationship becomes less than safe and secure, it can throw us into deep distress. We get into arguing, misunderstanding, distancing, emotional pain, fear, confusion, hopelessness or numbing out. Our best attempts to regain a loving connection may not work, or make things worse. This is not uncommon. Couples caught up in repeating patterns of distress and disconnection often need help to get unstuck and reconnected in love."
(413) 475-7442
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"Intimate life partnerships are incredibly important to us. They provide a solid base for all that we do in life, from raising children, to doing our work in the world, to simply enjoying life. When that relationship becomes less than safe and secure, it can throw us into deep distress. We get into arguing, misunderstanding, distancing, emotional pain, fear, confusion, hopelessness or numbing out. Our best attempts to regain a loving connection may not work, or make things worse. This is not uncommon. Couples caught up in repeating patterns of distress and disconnection often need help to get unstuck and reconnected in love."
Anna La Tourette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I believe positive change arises out of deepening a connection to oneself and that each person carries the innate capacity to do this. I work with individuals to identify the source of troubling emotional and behavioral patterns using a mindful, present-moment awareness as well as exploring past experiences and traumas. In therapy, we will begin to navigate difficult states, often based in shame and self judgment, in a discerning, authentic way. Through this collaborative process, the client will cultivate effective, self caring strategies in order to live in a way that is embodied, self compassionate and open to joy."
(413) 475-7435
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I believe positive change arises out of deepening a connection to oneself and that each person carries the innate capacity to do this. I work with individuals to identify the source of troubling emotional and behavioral patterns using a mindful, present-moment awareness as well as exploring past experiences and traumas. In therapy, we will begin to navigate difficult states, often based in shame and self judgment, in a discerning, authentic way. Through this collaborative process, the client will cultivate effective, self caring strategies in order to live in a way that is embodied, self compassionate and open to joy."
Tricia Wells, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
"I have been working in the Pioneer Valley for over twenty years, helping people find more effective ways to manage life changes and stresses. I am committed to appreciating the complexity and uniqueness of the problems people have in their lives. I will listen carefully, respectfully and authentically. We will work together to help you overcome obstacles, distressful behaviors and painful symptoms. I believe that positive change happens in people's lives through empathy, radical acceptance and leaps of faith. My practice includes work with individual adults and couples."
(413) 889-1923
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Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
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"I have been working in the Pioneer Valley for over twenty years, helping people find more effective ways to manage life changes and stresses. I am committed to appreciating the complexity and uniqueness of the problems people have in their lives. I will listen carefully, respectfully and authentically. We will work together to help you overcome obstacles, distressful behaviors and painful symptoms. I believe that positive change happens in people's lives through empathy, radical acceptance and leaps of faith. My practice includes work with individual adults and couples."

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Attachment-based therapy in Sunderland is form of therapy that applies to interventions or approaches based on attachment theory, which explains how the relationship a parent has with its child influences development. These Therapists in Sunderland can help with Sunderland Attachment based therapy.

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Therapists in Sunderland are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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