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Johanna Rayman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I am committed to working with individuals and couples who are struggling in their lives either because of a crisis, transition, relationship or long standing issue that one keeps bumping up against. By providing a safe space together we can explore your thoughts/ feelings and increase your understanding of self and others. Self-awareness leads to change and personal growth."
(203) 872-5293
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"I am committed to working with individuals and couples who are struggling in their lives either because of a crisis, transition, relationship or long standing issue that one keeps bumping up against. By providing a safe space together we can explore your thoughts/ feelings and increase your understanding of self and others. Self-awareness leads to change and personal growth."
Sharon Mccormick, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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"The benefits of therapy have everything to do with the connection between client and therapist. As a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, I work hard to create an atmosphere where clients can comfortably explore difficulties and concerns in their lives and with their loves. My approach to working with individuals, couples and families is focused on maintaining an empathetic, non-judgemental environment, with much attention paid to sustainable solutions in support of the client's goals."
(203) 357-5844
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"The benefits of therapy have everything to do with the connection between client and therapist. As a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, I work hard to create an atmosphere where clients can comfortably explore difficulties and concerns in their lives and with their loves. My approach to working with individuals, couples and families is focused on maintaining an empathetic, non-judgemental environment, with much attention paid to sustainable solutions in support of the client's goals."
Susan Lynn Weingarten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe that one of the most important aspects of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. I feel that my role as a therapist is to create an environment of trust and support in which my clients can safely explore areas of concern. Using a positive approach to therapy, I work with my clients to uncover their existing strengths and resources. My goal is to help them feel understood and affirmed, as I believe acceptance is fundamental to human development and change."
(203) 227-1438
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"I believe that one of the most important aspects of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. I feel that my role as a therapist is to create an environment of trust and support in which my clients can safely explore areas of concern. Using a positive approach to therapy, I work with my clients to uncover their existing strengths and resources. My goal is to help them feel understood and affirmed, as I believe acceptance is fundamental to human development and change."
Wendy Levy, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results. Many of our pitfalls, our "relapses" in behavior, are related to maladaptive patterns with family or intimate partners. Our work in therapy is to understand these patterns and learn how to change them. If depression is dwelling in the past, and anxiety is living in the future, our therapeutic goal is to live in the present, towards a more authentic and mindful reality."
(203) 826-8092
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"Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results. Many of our pitfalls, our "relapses" in behavior, are related to maladaptive patterns with family or intimate partners. Our work in therapy is to understand these patterns and learn how to change them. If depression is dwelling in the past, and anxiety is living in the future, our therapeutic goal is to live in the present, towards a more authentic and mindful reality."