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Linda J. Rosenfield Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Hosts group in:
Cheshire, Connecticut 06410
""Helping You Solve Life's Problems" is our goal and service mark since 1980. Our clients have abilities and answers within themselves; our role is to help them see alternatives and to have the self-confidence to make healthy changes. As Director, I'm proud of our success in helping our clients to heal and grow. We each are CT licensed clinicians with varied backgrounds, skills, degrees, and areas of expertise: ADHD; Anger Management; Assessments; Behavior problems; Couples' work; Early childhood; Educational issues; Grief; Hypnotherapy; Medical Issues; Parenting; PTSD; Sex Abuse/Incest Survivors; Stress Management; Smoke-ending; Substances; and more!"
(203) 212-9073
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Hosts group in:
Cheshire, Connecticut 06410
""Helping You Solve Life's Problems" is our goal and service mark since 1980. Our clients have abilities and answers within themselves; our role is to help them see alternatives and to have the self-confidence to make healthy changes. As Director, I'm proud of our success in helping our clients to heal and grow. We each are CT licensed clinicians with varied backgrounds, skills, degrees, and areas of expertise: ADHD; Anger Management; Assessments; Behavior problems; Couples' work; Early childhood; Educational issues; Grief; Hypnotherapy; Medical Issues; Parenting; PTSD; Sex Abuse/Incest Survivors; Stress Management; Smoke-ending; Substances; and more!"
Kimberly Citron, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My mission is to provide you with a warm, safe, therapeutic environment in which you can reach your personal goals and reach your fullest potential. My strong background in clinical and forensic psychology and over 15 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults provide the foundation for our collaborative efforts in overcoming any challenges you may be facing. I practice goal-oriented, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with a focus on individualized treatment tailored to meet your unique needs. I work in both individual and group modalities in an effort to promote your overall health and wellness."
(203) 274-8290
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"My mission is to provide you with a warm, safe, therapeutic environment in which you can reach your personal goals and reach your fullest potential. My strong background in clinical and forensic psychology and over 15 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults provide the foundation for our collaborative efforts in overcoming any challenges you may be facing. I practice goal-oriented, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with a focus on individualized treatment tailored to meet your unique needs. I work in both individual and group modalities in an effort to promote your overall health and wellness."
Stanley Kisiel, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have successfully worked with adults and children, couples and families, with both common and complex needs. My approach focuses on experiential awareness and processing, while working through present day thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It is holistic in that it views symptoms as attempts at coping.We work together establishing a calm place within you, through the enhancement of personal awareness, resources, and developing coping strategies; we then progress beyond coping skills, moving through the roots of old learning so that your change is lasting, and from the inside out."
(860) 483-8739
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"I have successfully worked with adults and children, couples and families, with both common and complex needs. My approach focuses on experiential awareness and processing, while working through present day thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It is holistic in that it views symptoms as attempts at coping.We work together establishing a calm place within you, through the enhancement of personal awareness, resources, and developing coping strategies; we then progress beyond coping skills, moving through the roots of old learning so that your change is lasting, and from the inside out."
the Social Learning Center, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC, NCSP
Verified by Psychology Today
"At this time we are unfortunately NOT accepting new referrals for individual clients. The cornerstone of practice has always been our Social Cognitive Groups for individuals ages 5-adulthood. Our groups include structured lessons, practice, real time feedback, parent engagement and community based outings. Groups run in the fall and winter and we are still accepting clients for groups. Please visit our website to learn about all we do at the SLC: www.sociallearningcenter.org"
(203) 403-2460
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"At this time we are unfortunately NOT accepting new referrals for individual clients. The cornerstone of practice has always been our Social Cognitive Groups for individuals ages 5-adulthood. Our groups include structured lessons, practice, real time feedback, parent engagement and community based outings. Groups run in the fall and winter and we are still accepting clients for groups. Please visit our website to learn about all we do at the SLC: www.sociallearningcenter.org"
Sheryl Smith, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, BCB, CMPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Most people enter into psychotherapy because they feel stuck. Often this feeling is accompanied by anxiety or depression or other symptoms. They have tried everything they know of to feel better, without success. Psychotherapy uses the safe, benevolent relationship with the therapist to reveal a person’s underlying belief system that governs their thoughts and feelings. Gaining insight into automatic, unquestioned assumptions can help people change their usual reactions. Through interacting with a psychotherapist, a person’s self-assessment becomes more positively aligned with reality and less negatively distorted."
(203) 806-9114
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"Most people enter into psychotherapy because they feel stuck. Often this feeling is accompanied by anxiety or depression or other symptoms. They have tried everything they know of to feel better, without success. Psychotherapy uses the safe, benevolent relationship with the therapist to reveal a person’s underlying belief system that governs their thoughts and feelings. Gaining insight into automatic, unquestioned assumptions can help people change their usual reactions. Through interacting with a psychotherapist, a person’s self-assessment becomes more positively aligned with reality and less negatively distorted."
Renee Alberino, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I look forward to guiding you along your journey. We will explore whatever obstacles you have experienced that may have kept you from reaching your goals. We will incorporate modalities that will be most beneficial to you. I use many creative therapies, as well as the more traditional. Please contact me and let the healing begin..."
(203) 587-3050
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