I am currently accepting new patients. I believe that asking for help can be difficult and that coming to therapy is not always an easy thing to do. I try to always keep this in mind and to meet people where they are at. I work within a collaborative framework to help each person(s) connect to their own strengths and to use these strengths to begin building healthy change in their lives. Therapy is a way to gain better insight into your feelings, thoughts, and experiences. Please call or email for a session. Thank you.
Are you struggling to manage anxiety, stress, or depression? I know it can be challenging to make the decision to begin therapy. I provide a secure, supportive space that allows individuals to explore the impact of trauma, abuse, neglect, or abandonment on our current sense of self and relationships. As self-awareness increases, the ability to deal with challenging emotions and heal from difficult experiences feels possible & confidence in navigating life's difficulties grows. Currently accepting new clients in office for morning or afternoon appointments.
Lindsey has been in the mental health field for over 10 years with experience in clinical, crisis, residential, and medical settings. Before entering into private practice, she spent three years working with pregnant and parenting teens, helping them to overcome challenges, access inner resources and become strong competent parents. Lindsey entered private practice with the hope of helping all women overcome challenges, and successfully navigate difficulties during times of transition. Using a respectful, empathetic, and empowering approach, Lindsey strives to help clients meet their specific goals in a safe, non-judgmental space.
** NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AND WAITLIST IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ** Attending therapy is one of the biggest acts of self-care and self-love you can give to yourself. My practice is a space for acceptance, hope, and growth; I focus on each client's independent goals, understanding their own healing process, and working on a collaborative dynamic to meet attainable and realistic goals.
Therapy is much more than talking out your thoughts. I believe when engaged in therapy individuals feel supported, validated, empowered and encouraged to overcome or get through anything. Therapy is effective in dealing with a wide array of life’s most stressful issues including past trauma, anxiety, job or relationship issues, life transition, loss or just not feeling or functioning your best. I look forward to helping people build skills, think critically about their habits and work towards a better quality of life.
Are you happy with your life, feeling unfocused, or unmotivated? We can help. With the practice of shifting your attention to what will effect change, you build strong relationships, overcome self-esteem or/and intimacy challenges, and have the energy to focus on what’s important to you. With compassion, we’re able to meet you where you are. Insightful feedback is offered, while processing where you need it most. We’ll be your confidant through the worst/best chapters of your life! The Warming Tree has a list of other specialists, as well. See below and in more detail on Pamelah’s website. Thank you!
Through compassion, collaboration, and solution-focused interventions I help my clients understand their emotional needs, improve their ability to communicate effectively, and utilize their inner resources to develop healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
Therapy offers an opportunity to gain clarity on our stories and to consciously choose an empowered path forward. Therapy is a space where you can be seen and held in your fullness. I believe in the healing and transformative power of telling our stories and having a safe person to bear witness to all the paths we have walked and how those paths have shaped us, for better or worse. I believe therapy can be powerful witnessing space for people to experience deep healing and change.
Managing everything in our lives can be challenging and difficult. Developing a trusting, supportive relationship to face these challenges can result in increased feelings of empowerment and restore a positive balance in your life. I work with adults of all ages who are experiencing anxiety, increased stress and depression. I specialize in areas of loss, PTSD, relationship issues and grief. My approach is utilizing a strength-based model and engaging in a collaborative relationship with my clients.
To those who stopped to read my profile, thank you for taking the time to consider if I am a good match for your needs. My first therapeutic action is to be sure you feel safe and comfortable in therapy. I want you to feel empowered as a consumer; if for any reason we are not a good match, I will work with you to find a therapist who can help. While my primary focus is compassionate care for those who have experienced trauma, grief, and loss, I also work with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, anger, and cultural identity.
I'm a licensed mental health counselor in Massachusetts and love the work that I do! I know personally how difficult life can be and how hard it can be to ask for help. I'm here for you. If you are experiencing grief, loss of any kind, difficulty or pain in relationships, anxiety/depression, have experienced trauma, or struggling with self-esteem and figuring out your life path, I can help you explore and examine these intimate challenges.
Suffering is a part of life, and at some point or another we all endure it. It only makes us human to feel vulnerable during these points of our lives. Reaching out can be extremely difficult to do, but it can be immensely rewarding. Therapy is a place to reflect on ourselves and identify what may be holding us back. Through compassion, openness, and curiosity I look forward to hearing your story.
Welcome! I have openings for in-office and telehealth options for residents of MA, RI and CT. You want to make a change in your life? I am here for you. It takes courage to look for help and I am glad that you are here. Everyone needs help in life now and then. You can click on the website link to view availability and to schedule your appointment. I believe every challenge that we encounter is an opportunity for growth and creativity.
I offer compassionate and practical psychotherapy for mental health and substance use challenges, with a focus on teens and young adults. I believe all people are capable of forging a healthy path in life, one which includes self-awareness and acceptance, strong connections with others, and progress towards their own growth and positive goals. As your therapist, I would offer you both support and strategies for developing resilience as you move through this stage of your life's journey.
Starting therapy is a brave decision and one that shows a commitment to making changes and feeling better. Whether you're struggling with longer-term mental health concerns or recent, short-term stressors, I'd like to help you find and practice coping and self-care strategies that will empower you to create the life that you seek.
My background is in special education. I have been working with children, adolescents, and families as a school psychologist since 2004, and in private practice since 2014. I specialize in working with children and adolescents (10-16), and young adults (18-25) and treat adjustment disorders that are associated with low academic achievement and school stress (i.e., social anxiety, depression/low self-esteem, ADHD, executive dysfunction, learning disabilities, etc.). I have available hours between 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm on Tues., Weds., and Thurs. Call me for a personal consultation!
Hi! (Currently NOT Accepting New Clients) My hope as a therapist is to provide a safe, warm accepting environment where you will feel comfortable enough to share your thoughts and feelings. I feel the most important part of therapy is the trust formed between therapist and client that allows client to feel comfortable addressing their issues. I believe therapy is a collaborative process where we work together to help you to increase your ability to use your inner strengths to improve the quality of your life.
Hi! I am Kayley and I have been a therapist for over 6 years working with children, Adolscents, adults, couples and families. My goal is to create a calm and supportive environment to work with you, at your pace, towards your goals you want to accomplish! I work to create an environment where everyone can feel heard and validated amd be supported into working on the goals you want to achieve. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, young adult and adult populations, mostly in an individual setting.
First and foremost, congratulations for being here on this page and reading this profile. You turned around, looked whatever it is in the face and confronted it with courage. It takes a certain level of self-awareness, self-reflection, and bravery to admit that you might be struggling and/or need help, whether that be physical health or mental wellness. You might think to yourself, what has landed me here? I am here to help figure it out, to unpack the many layers we all natural have as human beings, and to help guide you through this healing journey/season.
I help children, adolescents, and adults to heal and build a solid foundation for emotional growth. I provide a safe, trauma informed, space for you to explore your emotions, find comfort and solutions while providing psychoeducation and a judgment free zone (that won’t make you exercise!) My speciality is working with children and adolescents who have exper
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in East Longmeadow are psychologists, licensed counselors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualized treatment.
Services offered, education and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in East Longmeadow then may specialize in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counseling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in East Longmeadow specialize in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
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