Aiesha Phelmetto, LMFT - Therapist at Grow Therapy

Aiesha Phelmetto

Aiesha Phelmetto


7 years of experience
Solution oriented

Hi! I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Connecticut. I received my Masters from the Southern Connecticut State University and have been practicing for 7 years. I help adults struggling with stress and burnout become the best versions of themselves.I believe everyone should have a safe and healing place to work through life's difficulties. Therapy is a collaborative process and my goal is to guide clients to increase their self-awareness, gain new perspectives, decrease symptoms, and increase their personal strengths in order to have a more meaningful life experience.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

I work from an eclectic style that combines solution focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. In our first session together, we'll start with brief introductions, then dive into the specific challenges you're facing. This will help me create a tailored plan for us to work through in follow-up sessions. Having worked with in this field for the past 7 years, I've developed a tried-and-true playbook for helping you (a) identify the root cause of your challenges and (b) create a tailored plan that leads to measurable progress.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My counseling style is warm and I enjoy using humor and my personality to create a more inviting space for my clients. Change is difficult, but I am here to support you through that process

About Aiesha Phelmetto

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy. It may help you to change unhelpful or unhealthy ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. CBT uses practical self-help strategies. These are designed to immediately improve your quality of life. CBT can be an effective way to treat depression and anxiety.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

Solution-focused brief therapy focuses on what clients can do versus what clients cannot do. Instead of focusing and exploring clients' problems and deficiencies, the focus is on the successes and accomplishments when clients are able to satisfactorily address their problems of living”