At its best, therapy is a safe space where we can see, share, and feel the inherent pain and beauty of the human experience. It is a space in which we lay down the lie that says we should all be okay, and instead learn to embrace our struggles with growing kindness and compassion rather than shame and avoidance.
Life is a journey that presents us with a multitude of events and transitions that can cause us difficulty and pain in our every day living. We are all faced with challenges and it's about knowing when to accept help. There are many different paths to healing. I will take this journey with you as you work towards emotional wellness. I provide a safe and nonjudgmental environment, as I believe that comfort and trust are crucial components to a person's success in therapy.
Anxiety, depression, insecurity, low self-esteem, intrusive thoughts, relationship challenges at work, school, or home, shame: these problems can be understood and often overcome through therapy. I provide Psychodynamic Psychotherapy to individuals and couples and help others gain insight into maladaptive patterns of thinking and acting through mutual inquiry and authentic engagement. I specialize in treating depression and anxiety. My style is direct and compassionate.
Welcome! My practice is full but I will update as that changes. I work well with adults and couples who wish to have greater insight into their psychology in order to reach their optimal goals, and overcome obstacles to living a higher quality life. In therapy, I will help you to experience greater levels of hope and optimism to reach your highest potential. I employ both solution-focused and longer-term approaches, depending upon your need. As a psychologist, I have specialty training in psychological evaluation, which can more quickly help to identify unknowns and underlying issues we can discuss in therapy.
I offer telehealth and in person sessions, for those who are vaccinated, at this time. I believe there is a great difference between surviving and thriving in life. When we are thriving, we are unencumbered by self-limiting thoughts and beliefs, strive toward balance in our life and see the possibilities in front of us. I believe we all have within us the capacity to overcome, persevere, be resilient, and reach for our potential.
I work to earn your trust as we explore the experiences that led you to seek help. I can show you how to work through anxiety and depression to strengthen your sense of self. Life transitions, an immediate crisis, trauma and its long-standing effects, all can impact and distort our perceptions. I can help you understand the feelings and thoughts that drive your behaviors and change them to find more purpose in your work and relationships. PLEASE SEE MY WEBSITE: http://gmorazzinilcsw.com.
Immediate openings right now for teletherapy! I support people at times like these- of change, stress, grief, relationship struggles, and family difficulties. Being in the middle of these emotional situations, it's hard to get the clarity you need. I work from a strengths perspective to support you in making the changes you desire and to see a path through the overwhelm. I'm especially interested in supporting you with your own inner critic, to develop a kinder relationship to self. I look forward helping you reset and move forward.
Through exploration of your daily rituals and future desires, you'll better understand how your uniqueness and skills can bring personal transformation. I'll challenge you to work within. Through self-awareness and personal responsibility, you can know yourself as a profound, unique being. My expertise includes sexuality, alternative relationship dynamics, and depression with deep experience regarding gender identity exploration and with people identifying as LGBT. I bring a real-world existential approach to the client relationship, emphasizing your overall well-being. While helping you integrate emotional and physical wellness.
Opening up to another individual about your mental health concerns and the pain you’ve experienced throughout your life is never easy. Stepping forward and admitting that you’re struggling is such a difficult step, so kudos to you for considering counseling. I work from a person centered perspective to meet you where you are in life, while keeping your mental health goals in mind. I’m a strong believer that our wellness is rooted not only in our experiences, but in our physical, spiritual, and emotional health as well.
Life these days can be complicated, confusing and challenging. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to offer an open, non-judgmental and safe therapeutic relationship to help foster personal growth and change. I am fluent in a variety of physical and psychological conditions, including fibromyalgia, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, phobias, relationship issues, grief/loss, bipolar disorder, insomnia, and many others. I am also a master clinician in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). For more information on ART, please visit my website via the link on the left.
I am an empathetic therapist who specializes in helping adults and older adults who are struggling with life changes and challenges. I can help you resolve past experiences that may be effecting personal growth in your present day life. I believe in taking an integrative approach to therapy and will work with you to develop new coping skills, new behaviors and thinking patterns. Whether you are feeling anxious or depressed due to events/emotions/behaviors that are making you feel overwhelmed, we can work together to find ways to help you to a more livable, functional place mentally and spiritually.
Are you struggling with mental health challenges? Stress? Life transitions? Relationship distress? I can support you by providing treatment that is non-judgmental, compassionate, collaborative and with a focus on what is most important to you. We will work together to develop some personal goals to help you move forward in your life in the healthiest most meaningful way possible.
Making the decision to seek therapy for your child or yourself takes courage. Most likely you have tried many ways to support your child who is struggling emotionally or behaviorally. Perhaps a teacher or pediatrician has suggested you explore counseling. Juggling parenting responsibilities and other life’s challenges can feel overwhelming and confusing. By providing a supportive, playful, therapeutic environment, my goal is to build a trusting relationship, teach children to express feelings in healthy ways, learn and internalize coping skills, and give parents effective ways to discipline with empathy, structure and nurture.
Change can be an overwhelming and frustrating journey if done alone. Seeking support from a counselor is a sign of personal strength and can help you to achieve more effective and gratifying results. I believe people have the innate strength to overcome their barriers. However, we all need guidance and support at times to learn how to untap our power, potential, and abilities. At your own pace, we will collaborate to find a balance of cognitive, behavioral, and mind/body techniques that will help you to connect to yourself, cope with stress, and create effective solutions to the challenges you may be facing.
Life is full of transitions, some of which can be more challenging than others. Whether it is a time of change, or you are feeling stuck or lost or confused there is a way through it and you have it within you. You don't have to do it alone. I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental relationship within which you can discover new solutions and feel better. Whether through finding your inner wisdom or building new skills and perspectives, there is hope and possibility.
When you are overwhelmed and overcommitted it can be difficult to cut through the noise and find a path towards balance and happiness. I help clients who are feeling that things “aren’t quite right” in their lives. Whether it’s work, relationships, or your sense of self-worth, counseling can help. Clients say they feel supported and that I take the time to understand them. It’s from that place of trust that we collaborate to help you tune into your inner strengths and build new skills and perspectives to move forward in your life with more confidence.
Reaching out for help can be a challenge, and I’m glad you’re here. It’s important, when finding a therapist, to feel comfortable coming just as you are. If you’re struggling with a recent life transition, a challenging relationship, self-doubt, guilt, anxiety, trauma, or other emotional concerns, reach out. My approach, which is intersectional and trauma-informed, helps you explore emotions without letting them run your life, set healthier habits for your mental well being, and move toward healing so you can live more fully and authentically.
My hope is to bring awareness to your past and present experiences to facilitate a true healing in moving forward. It is possible to move through darkness into your light. I have an understanding and awareness of psychological and somatic/body patterning to help resolve trauma from abuse, acute events, relationship/attachment struggles, grief/loss, chronic pain, self-esteem/love, life transitions, and faith based/spiritual needs. Life events and experiences shape the way we see ourselves and how we live out each day. I believe a person can connect their mind, body, senses, heart and soul to return to inner balance and health.
What do you look for in a therapist? What's important? Surprisingly, age, gender, years of training and theoretical orientation are not the primary factors correlated with the effectiveness of a therapist. So how do you choose someone? Is it by their picture? The best website? The one that's taking new clients? Finding the right person can be incredibly difficult. Research suggests that the most important factors in positive therapeutic outcomes are the therapeutic alliance, working together to set collaborative goals, and the therapist's ability to be empathetic, accepting and genuine.
You may want to make a lifestyle, career or relationship change. Or simply make peace with situations or people you cannot control. During these times of rapid change and uncertainty the ability to respond rather than react, and to remain flexible, are critical to overall wellness! If you are living with anxiety or depression, managing an illness or chronic health condition, or coping with the effects of past traumatic events-- expert support and practical coping strategies can help to feel more in charge, and enjoy a greater sense of well-being. Learn ways to enjoy the freedom that comes from "moving past your past".
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Falmouth 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 Falmouth 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.
How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Falmouth, or Child Psychologists in Falmouth.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Falmouth psychologists specializing in EMDR.
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 Falmouth 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.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.