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Clark Pinson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are feeling overwhelmed by anxiety, depression, disordered eating, or other personal issues, I am here to help. I have been conducting therapy for 15 years. As an interactive and solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach will provide support and practical feedback to work towards resolving your current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I will work with you to achieve resolution of your life challenges. Together we will identify and build on your strengths to achieve your goals."
(315) 276-3149
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"If you are feeling overwhelmed by anxiety, depression, disordered eating, or other personal issues, I am here to help. I have been conducting therapy for 15 years. As an interactive and solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach will provide support and practical feedback to work towards resolving your current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I will work with you to achieve resolution of your life challenges. Together we will identify and build on your strengths to achieve your goals."
Pat McFalls, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Over the past 35 years, I've had the privilege of working with individuals in a multitude of environments from residential facilities to outpatient community mental health clinics. My experience has taught me the importance of respecting one's humanity through the use of a compassionate, nonjudgemental, and supportive approach. It is my firm belief that we all have the capacity for change. There is an inherent resilient nature within us that can be strengthened and utilized to achieve goals. My practice is directed toward empowering individuals to build on their strengths. I value "seeing the person and not the diagnosis"."
(315) 502-3362
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"Over the past 35 years, I've had the privilege of working with individuals in a multitude of environments from residential facilities to outpatient community mental health clinics. My experience has taught me the importance of respecting one's humanity through the use of a compassionate, nonjudgemental, and supportive approach. It is my firm belief that we all have the capacity for change. There is an inherent resilient nature within us that can be strengthened and utilized to achieve goals. My practice is directed toward empowering individuals to build on their strengths. I value "seeing the person and not the diagnosis"."
Tracy Torelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CASAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Each of us has faced painful personal experiences. They can be created by particular events, interactions with others or troubled relationships. Or they can be caused by negative behavioral issues, or thought patterns that won’t stop. Some people can address such troubles on their own. However, if you have been unable to resolve difficult issues alone, you may realize how they reduce the quality of your life – by establishing a pattern of emotional problems, an inability to interact productively with others, impacting your career, negatively affect relationships, or create problematic habits. But they can be addressed with help."
(315) 888-4986
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"Each of us has faced painful personal experiences. They can be created by particular events, interactions with others or troubled relationships. Or they can be caused by negative behavioral issues, or thought patterns that won’t stop. Some people can address such troubles on their own. However, if you have been unable to resolve difficult issues alone, you may realize how they reduce the quality of your life – by establishing a pattern of emotional problems, an inability to interact productively with others, impacting your career, negatively affect relationships, or create problematic habits. But they can be addressed with help."
Danielle M. Bannigan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
" We all face challenges in our lives at one time or another. It takes courage to ask for help. I thank you for taking the first step. I believe with the right support and guidance we all have the power to make positive change and grow from our experiences. I provide a trusting, nonjudgmental, and safe space for all."
(315) 658-6376
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" We all face challenges in our lives at one time or another. It takes courage to ask for help. I thank you for taking the first step. I believe with the right support and guidance we all have the power to make positive change and grow from our experiences. I provide a trusting, nonjudgmental, and safe space for all."
Lisa M Clancy-Bruce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CCPT, CRM
Verified by Psychology Today
"I hope to provide a safe, accepting, trusting and confidential atmosphere for those I work with so they can express themselves completely. Within this environment I would be honored to start a relationship with individuals that brings them to the next level they are striving for. Most emotional instability is caused from past trauma, loss and/or multi-systemic patterns/themes which continue to play out in our lives. I use a Family Systems Approach to psychotherapy combined with other interventions as needed. This approach permits individuals to grow from these experiences/patterns allowing their journey of self discovery to unfold."
(315) 842-4663
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"I hope to provide a safe, accepting, trusting and confidential atmosphere for those I work with so they can express themselves completely. Within this environment I would be honored to start a relationship with individuals that brings them to the next level they are striving for. Most emotional instability is caused from past trauma, loss and/or multi-systemic patterns/themes which continue to play out in our lives. I use a Family Systems Approach to psychotherapy combined with other interventions as needed. This approach permits individuals to grow from these experiences/patterns allowing their journey of self discovery to unfold."
Paul Batkin,
LMFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is fundamentally about change. For everyone, life has challenges, and sometimes those challenges can cause us great pain and suffering. When you find you are having difficulty with feelings or relationships, and that you need someone to help you, therapy can be a powerful tool for finding relief from your suffering. One of the most important parts of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. "
(315) 277-2792
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"Therapy is fundamentally about change. For everyone, life has challenges, and sometimes those challenges can cause us great pain and suffering. When you find you are having difficulty with feelings or relationships, and that you need someone to help you, therapy can be a powerful tool for finding relief from your suffering. One of the most important parts of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. "
Martin Brown, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with people to help them sort through the things that can feel so overwhelming at times. I believe it is important to feel supported when confronted with life's struggles. Sometimes we have so much going on in our lives that we need someone to help us figure things out. Together we will work to create a firm understanding of what's going on and how we can make things better. You will be able to have healing in the places you need, and growth in the places you want."
(315) 940-8011
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"I work with people to help them sort through the things that can feel so overwhelming at times. I believe it is important to feel supported when confronted with life's struggles. Sometimes we have so much going on in our lives that we need someone to help us figure things out. Together we will work to create a firm understanding of what's going on and how we can make things better. You will be able to have healing in the places you need, and growth in the places you want."
Michelle Woolever, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is a collaborative process that has the ability to facilitate change in one's life. My role as a therapist is to create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for clients to begin a journey of personal growth. The role of the client is to be open and trusting of the therapeutic process; this requires a willingness to enter a place of vulnerability and honesty within oneself. This will allow for positive change to occur. All people have the capacity to change and a collaborative approach to therapy will empower the client to discover inner strength and growth."
(315) 930-0436
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"Therapy is a collaborative process that has the ability to facilitate change in one's life. My role as a therapist is to create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for clients to begin a journey of personal growth. The role of the client is to be open and trusting of the therapeutic process; this requires a willingness to enter a place of vulnerability and honesty within oneself. This will allow for positive change to occur. All people have the capacity to change and a collaborative approach to therapy will empower the client to discover inner strength and growth."
Branches of Growth Mental Health Counseling, PLLC, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships can be one of the biggest blessings and also one of the biggest stresses in your life. It's amazing how quickly life can get in the way of our relationships and cause chaos in our lives. We have obligations, responsibilities and demands that we have to keep up with, while putting in work to create a successful relationship. It can be exhausting at times and things can fall apart quickly. Therapy can be helpful for not just the couple or family, but the individual."
(315) 415-0308
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"Relationships can be one of the biggest blessings and also one of the biggest stresses in your life. It's amazing how quickly life can get in the way of our relationships and cause chaos in our lives. We have obligations, responsibilities and demands that we have to keep up with, while putting in work to create a successful relationship. It can be exhausting at times and things can fall apart quickly. Therapy can be helpful for not just the couple or family, but the individual."
Elizabeth A. Leonard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe every person has the power to create positive change. I am dedicated to helping individuals overcome and resolve their problems by learning healthy coping skills, discovering new behaviors, increasing self esteem, and developing a hopeful outlook!"
(315) 679-4591
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"I believe every person has the power to create positive change. I am dedicated to helping individuals overcome and resolve their problems by learning healthy coping skills, discovering new behaviors, increasing self esteem, and developing a hopeful outlook!"
Geri Lynne Jackson, MA, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Over the past 30 years as a family therapist, I've learned a lot about the process of change from every family, couple and individual with whom I've had the privilege to work. I believe that our interconnectedness with our friends, family, workplaces, schools and community has the power to transform us into our best selves or trap us in old scripts and routines. Learning to navigate these relationships while holding onto our truest selves gives life meaning and empowers us to be productive, successful and happy. My approach is collaborative, individualized and relational."
(315) 371-3674
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"Over the past 30 years as a family therapist, I've learned a lot about the process of change from every family, couple and individual with whom I've had the privilege to work. I believe that our interconnectedness with our friends, family, workplaces, schools and community has the power to transform us into our best selves or trap us in old scripts and routines. Learning to navigate these relationships while holding onto our truest selves gives life meaning and empowers us to be productive, successful and happy. My approach is collaborative, individualized and relational."
Anthony Hueber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all feel stressed and overwhelmed at times and we all face challenges in our lives at one time or another. If you are feeling overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, depression, or other self-defeating patterns, I am here to help. I understand that one of the most important parts of therapy is building a safe, trusting relationship with a therapist and that a good relationship with a therapist can be a safe place to start making changes."
(315) 748-5461
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"We all feel stressed and overwhelmed at times and we all face challenges in our lives at one time or another. If you are feeling overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, depression, or other self-defeating patterns, I am here to help. I understand that one of the most important parts of therapy is building a safe, trusting relationship with a therapist and that a good relationship with a therapist can be a safe place to start making changes."
Stephanie N Straub, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"You just don't feel like yourself. The overwhelm of your circumstances leave you hopeless and exhausted. Things in your life feel out of control and you worry all the time something awful is going to happen. The feelings of sadness and grief associated with infertility and/or pregnancy or infant loss is affecting your functioning at home, work, and in relationships. You just aren't as happy as you think you should be during this time of your life, leaving you feeling guilty or like a bad mother. You are afraid your thoughts and feelings mean you are crazy."
(315) 552-0180
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"You just don't feel like yourself. The overwhelm of your circumstances leave you hopeless and exhausted. Things in your life feel out of control and you worry all the time something awful is going to happen. The feelings of sadness and grief associated with infertility and/or pregnancy or infant loss is affecting your functioning at home, work, and in relationships. You just aren't as happy as you think you should be during this time of your life, leaving you feeling guilty or like a bad mother. You are afraid your thoughts and feelings mean you are crazy."
Diane M Malikow,
AAS, AA, ASAC
"Is it hard for you to believe that you can be happy? I define happiness as overall life contentment. I believe that your happiness is attainable and this is why I am a life coach. The ability to be happy is a skill. Good coaches have studied the game and learned skills and strategies that can be shared to help the team win and individual players self-actualize. In other words, there is help. There are skills and strategies that can be learned and used to find, protect, and experience your own happiness."
(315) 847-4821
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"Is it hard for you to believe that you can be happy? I define happiness as overall life contentment. I believe that your happiness is attainable and this is why I am a life coach. The ability to be happy is a skill. Good coaches have studied the game and learned skills and strategies that can be shared to help the team win and individual players self-actualize. In other words, there is help. There are skills and strategies that can be learned and used to find, protect, and experience your own happiness."
Dorrie Rose, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello, My name is Dorrie and I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist for many decades now. During my career, I had the unique opportunity to serve as the Play Therapist for a pre-school special education program. My many young clients there helped me become a skilled play therapist. As a play therapist I think it is crucial that you follow a child's lead in the therapeutic process. I believe in the same concept when I work with adults. I follow my client's lead as they know how to heal best. My job is to help a client, no matter what age, find their own way. "
(315) 352-4010
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"Hello, My name is Dorrie and I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist for many decades now. During my career, I had the unique opportunity to serve as the Play Therapist for a pre-school special education program. My many young clients there helped me become a skilled play therapist. As a play therapist I think it is crucial that you follow a child's lead in the therapeutic process. I believe in the same concept when I work with adults. I follow my client's lead as they know how to heal best. My job is to help a client, no matter what age, find their own way. "
Suzanne Haas-Cunningham, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you want help improving your relationships? Suzanne works with folks interested in healing and growing in their relationships: working through pesky life problems that you and your loved ones face on a day-to-day level, dealing with loss and change, coping after traumatic events, and promoting awareness of mind/body/spirit connections. You can try therapy with your partner or your family to learn how to grow together; or attend individually if you are wanting to understand yourself better. It can help to find a safe place to allow your thoughts and emotions to be expressed directly."
(315) 878-8088
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"Do you want help improving your relationships? Suzanne works with folks interested in healing and growing in their relationships: working through pesky life problems that you and your loved ones face on a day-to-day level, dealing with loss and change, coping after traumatic events, and promoting awareness of mind/body/spirit connections. You can try therapy with your partner or your family to learn how to grow together; or attend individually if you are wanting to understand yourself better. It can help to find a safe place to allow your thoughts and emotions to be expressed directly."
Marcus Lacey Smith, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"“You cannot swim for new horizons, until you have courage to lose sight of the shore” - William Faulkner. Life can offer many challenges, there is nothing to be said that these need to be experienced without support. My name is Marcus Smith and I am a New York State Licensed Mental Health counselor. I offer therapy for those ready for change. My mission is to offer an environment to outline the areas you are challenged by, and work collaboratively on solutions together. The treatment I offer will be tailored to your needs. The emphasis will be on your goals and how you wish to accomplish them. "
(315) 873-3681
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"“You cannot swim for new horizons, until you have courage to lose sight of the shore” - William Faulkner. Life can offer many challenges, there is nothing to be said that these need to be experienced without support. My name is Marcus Smith and I am a New York State Licensed Mental Health counselor. I offer therapy for those ready for change. My mission is to offer an environment to outline the areas you are challenged by, and work collaboratively on solutions together. The treatment I offer will be tailored to your needs. The emphasis will be on your goals and how you wish to accomplish them. "
Jennifer Ashley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Everyday feels like a battle, like no one understands and you aren't sure how you got here or what to do next. With the right support, I believe there is always an opportunity for change, growth, and healing. It takes courage to reach out and share your story and I am here to work with you as you begin your journey. Together, we will develop skills and strategies to create long lasting changes in your life. Whether you want to learn to communicate more effectively, better manage and express your emotions, heal from past traumas, or create a more authentic and meaningful life, therapy can be a place to begin making these changes."
(315) 407-4179
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"Everyday feels like a battle, like no one understands and you aren't sure how you got here or what to do next. With the right support, I believe there is always an opportunity for change, growth, and healing. It takes courage to reach out and share your story and I am here to work with you as you begin your journey. Together, we will develop skills and strategies to create long lasting changes in your life. Whether you want to learn to communicate more effectively, better manage and express your emotions, heal from past traumas, or create a more authentic and meaningful life, therapy can be a place to begin making these changes."
Holly Vanderhoff, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"At its best, therapy fosters self-understanding, the capacity to change problematic patterns, and relief from symptoms that may interfere with living well. I work collaboratively with my clients to achieve these goals and I view the relationship between client and therapist as central to this work. As a client, you can expect a process in which you are genuinely heard and supported, but also encouraged to take difficult, potentially rewarding risks in the pursuit of your goals."
(315) 364-0449
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"At its best, therapy fosters self-understanding, the capacity to change problematic patterns, and relief from symptoms that may interfere with living well. I work collaboratively with my clients to achieve these goals and I view the relationship between client and therapist as central to this work. As a client, you can expect a process in which you are genuinely heard and supported, but also encouraged to take difficult, potentially rewarding risks in the pursuit of your goals."
Nora Ferraldo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all face challenges in life and there are times when we need additional support and tools to get through them. I offer a safe, supportive and collaborative space where together we work to identify your inner strength and resources to aid in your growth and change. "
(315) 284-5917
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"We all face challenges in life and there are times when we need additional support and tools to get through them. I offer a safe, supportive and collaborative space where together we work to identify your inner strength and resources to aid in your growth and change. "

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Attachment-based therapy in Marcellus 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 Marcellus can help with Marcellus Attachment based therapy.

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