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Sherry Miller

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LMHC
28 years of experience
Virtual
Sherry Miller, M.S., LPC (OK, TX,WI), LCPC, (IL), LMHC (FL, MA), CSADC (IL), CSAC (WI), LADC (OK), M-CAP (FL), ICS (WI), BC-TMH. Hi there. My name is Sherry Miller. I have a Master of Science in Human Service Community Counseling from National Louis University at Chicago, IL. I pride myself in strict confidentiality; with a unique insight into my consumers. Because I have been in a program of Recovery from Alcohol, Drugs, and Codependency for the past 28 plus years I knows firsthand what it takes to find the truth of oneself and want assist you with your own unique and personal journey of self-awareness. I am dually licensed to treat mental health and substance abuse concerns. I am also licensed as an Independent Clinical Supervisor in the field of Addictions. My clinical interests include family dysfunction, addiction treatment, co-dependency, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and family, individual, or group counseling. I have over 28 years’ experience in the treatment of anger, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, behavioral issues, parent education, fearfulness, addiction issues, and co-occurring disorders. I am board certified to do telehealth (counseling over the internet) for clients that cannot make it to the office for their counseling appointment or prefer the comfort of having their counseling session in the privacy of their own home. I am experienced working with all ages, genders, and the LGBTQ community. In addition, I have experience working on a college campus with college age persons. In my free time you will find me spending time with my cats, and dogs, riding my horses, riding my bike or working out at the gym.

Next available: Feb 29

Jaime Henderson

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LMHC
20 years of experience
Virtual
Hello! I’m Jaime. Are the demands of every day having an impact on your mental health? Is it feeling harder and harder to manage the emotions that are coming to the surface? Maybe you find it difficult to identify your needs and navigate how to have those needs met. Welcome to the club! It would be a natural desire to seek out someone who can offer insight and support into making healthy change. Taking steps toward supporting your emotional wellness is the beginning of this journey so you are off to a wonderful start! My experience for many years has been in pairing with people in all stages of life, oftentimes in their most heightened experiences of depression, anxiety and frustration. Working together in a relational dynamic, we can begin to sort out what is occurring and discuss ways to move forward. We will use a multidimensional approach to find what works for you as an individual. I believe wholeheartedly in addressing the whole person and find there are a variety of ways to do so including openness to learning, art, mindfulness, yoga, and other holistic ways of healing. I am an extremely down-to-earth provider and look forward to working with you in a supportive yet direct manner. I offer a safe and non-judgmental space where we will work to get you closer to your goals. Hope to meet you soon!

Next available: Feb 28

Maura Callahan

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LMHC
7 years of experience
Virtual
Hi! I'm Maura, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor based in MA. In 2017, I obtained my master's degree in mental health counseling with a focus on addiction and trauma studies. Over the last decade, I have been working with clients in a variety of mental health settings including psychiatric hospitals, intensive outpatient case management and psychiatric emergency services. I'm a big advocate of maintaining your mind-body-soul balance and specifically identifying what that looks like in each of our lives. I am a trauma informed, person-centered, eclectic counselor eager to support those transitioning through life's challenges. Whether you're going through something tragic or something magic, I'm here to support you in identifying your highest path to move forward into a successful and balanced future!

Next available: Feb 24

Sarah Emmons

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LMHC
17 years of experience
Virtual
Hi! I'm Sarah and I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) based in Florida. I am originally from Massachusetts and received my Graduate degree from Northereastern University. I had practiced in Massachusetts for 15 years mainly working with teens, and adult women. I have worked in environemnts such as a residential schools, In Home Therapy, and in private practice. I mostly worked with trauma survivors, clients experiencing anxiety and depression, and those going through life transitions. I moved to Florida two years ago and continue to also hold my Massachusetts license in addition to my Florida license.

Next available: Mar 4

Tammy Carson

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LICSW
10 years of experience
Empowering
Authentic
Challenging
Virtual
Hello! My name is Ms. Tammy Carson and I am a board-certified Psychotherapist. I am originally from Boston Massachusetts. In my younger years I traveled and worked in many states in a corporate yet still helping role as a business analyst and functioned as a project manager too in South Africa Johannesburg. I am licensed in the state of Massachusetts and Florida. I attended a Christian college for my undergraduate degree at Eastern Nazarene a college affiliated through the church of the Nazarene. The social work department at the college mirrored and was taught social work through a Christian perspective and philosophies taken from the stories of the bible. I completed my graduate degree at Simmons School of Social Work in Boston Massachusetts, getting an MSW, and an Urban Leadership certificate. I have been licensed and doing psychotherapy since 2013. My last job before doing psychotherapy full time was working in an emergency room alongside psychiatric residents doing crisis evaluations, advocating for all populations to get them the proper level of care needed. I like to think in psychotherapy session’s that, “I meet people where they are at in life”, and take it from there. I am an empath and proud of it. I genuinely like helping people understand, identify and better manage their daily lives and relationships. I enjoy helping people to take control and get the best out of life for themselves.

Next available: Feb 24

Lisa Hotchkiss

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LICSW
1 year of experience
Virtual
I am a licensed clinical social worker that has focused strictly on mental health counseling for 14 years. I graduated from Adelphi University with a graduate degree in 2014. I look to help you identify your strengths and apply them so that you can increase your knowledge of self to live to your full potential and achieve your desired outcomes. We do this by forming a trusting and caring relationship within a safe and secure space. I support clients to explore their habitual beliefs and behaviors that have been causing personal distress and/or relational problems. It can be challenging and even bring up fearful thoughts and feeling to start the counseling process. I invite you to push past your boundaries and allow me to support you on the journey towards knowing yourself and healing. This is so you can experience joy in the life you choose to make. I look forward to meeting you, Lisa Hotchkiss LCSW

Next available: Feb 26

Dr. Lorrette Ayers, LICSW, PhD, CCTPII

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LICSW
22 years of experience
Solution oriented
Open-minded
Direct
Virtual
Dr. Ayers has her Masters in Social Work from Fordham University, her MS in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University in Maryland, and her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Neumann University. Dr. Ayers is currently completing a Psy.D. Dr. Ayers utilizes an eclectic approach to her work, including Cognitive Behavioral, Existential - Meaning Centered, Solution Focused, Humanistic and Mindfulness based therapies. Dr. Ayers is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and Complex Trauma Certified Professional (CCTPII). Dr. Ayers holds multiple certifications in trauma as well as the integration of mental health and spirituality. Throughout her career, she has worked in the medical field and in both community and private sectors. Dr. Ayers is affiliated with the American Red Cross as a Disaster Mental Health Manager and Instructor and has traveled throughout the United States assisting survivors of natural and human caused disasters, with a specialization in management/leadership roles in mass casualties.

Next available: Feb 27

Catherine Lambert

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LMHC
15 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Massachusetts-Licensed Mental Health Counselor and I love my job. I began this journey in NYC, receiving my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Queens College. After moving to New Hampshire, I pursued my MEd from UNH and a second Masters’ (MS) in Addiction Counseling. I rounded off my studying with my CAGS from Rivier University in Nashua, NH. This allowed me to work in the education, and/or clinical fields, with the dual-diagnosed population, as well as teach Psychology at NCC.

Next available: Feb 27

Glori Gaston

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LICSW
7 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Intelligent
Virtual
"When you make peace with yourself, you make peace with the world" As adults, we are responsible for changing things not because we are to blame for these things, but because we are the only ones who CAN change them. That can feel unfair, and it is. But it can also be empowering- you are the catalyst for personal change, you can always take a turn or step in a different direction, you can always act differently, feel differently, and (with the right tools and assistance) heal. I am here to help you with this noble work. As a mental health professional, I am passionate about helping others feel more whole, hopeful and effective by developing deeper self-knowledge, self-respect, compassion, resilience and coping skills.

Next available: Mar 7

Carol Hodson

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LMHC
7 years of experience
Virtual
For years I've worked as an educator, guiding teens and adults to find healing through creative expression: art, music, drama, movement, and writing. In private practice as a therapist now, I blend evidenced-based therapy, with creative intuition. I work with teens and adults with a wide range of symptoms, who "feel stuck". For therapy to be effective, a client must feel safe in session. Additionally, a therapist must engage the mind and body and unique personality of each client. While I am only accepting clients online at this time, I guarantee sessions with me will not ever feel "remote".

Next available: Feb 26

Dr. Naida Cruz

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LICSW
14 years of experience
Virtual
Hello there! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) based in Florida and licensed in five states, including Florida, California, Massachusetts, Utah, and Indiana. With 14 years of experience in the field of social work, I've gained valuable insights and skills to help clients facing various challenges. I have worked with individuals, couples, and families, dealing with severe mental illnesses, acute and chronic medical conditions, and oncology. Furthermore, I possess two years of private practice experience, which has helped me develop effective therapeutic techniques to help my clients and allowed me to work directly with clients in a private setting.

Next available: Feb 24

Pat Schumm

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PhD
30 years of experience
Virtual
Hi. I am a Massachusetts licensed psychologist and a certified neuropsychologist. I work with individuals, couples, and families of many cultures and gender identities to help them move through stages of stuckness, grief, and/or misery. The therapeutic process can be negotiated for a short or longer term, based on your own needs a willingness. I serve as a partner in your process.

Next available: Feb 26

Kristen LaRue

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LICSW
14 years of experience
Virtual
Hello, I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. I am licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. I graduated with my MSW from University of New Hampshire in 2018. I have extensive social work experience in hospitals, government and non profit settings, and transitioned into private practice work three years ago.

Next available: Feb 26

Charles Tyson

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LICSW
8 years of experience
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Deeply passionate about social justice and facilitating and guiding positive change and development in the lives of others, I am a black, gender non-binary Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and I have a personal stake and insight into the work I do. My clinical practice aims to empower and heal individuals, families & communities through therapy, consulting, case management, training, & community outreach. I earned my Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013 and I am a Board Certified Diplomate (BCD) in Clinical Social Work.

Next available: Feb 25

Chaya Aspir

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LICSW
15 years of experience
Virtual
Hi, I am Chaya Aspir, a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW/LCSW), with more than a decade of experience. I work with clients based in MA, NY, and NJ. I specialize in working with Veterans and First Responders and the LGBTQIA+ population. I have extensive education and certifications in these areas.

Next available: Feb 29

Carol Mackiewicz Neely

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LMHC
13 years of experience
Virtual
Hi! I am a licensed mental health counselor and art therapist in Massachusetts, and have been practicing here since 2013. I call myself an art therapist because I received my masters in art therapy and counseling from southwestern College in Santa Fe NM in 2010. I enjoy working with adult women and young adult women who are experiencing anxiety, depression, or life transitions.

Next available: Feb 24

Kevin Foley

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LICSW
7 years of experience
Virtual
With a rich and diverse background, I bring a wealth of experience and expertise to my practice. As a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a former law enforcement officer, I understand the complexities of navigating challenging situations. Holding a Master’s degree in Physical Education from Bridgewater State University and a Master’s in Social Work from Simmons University, I’ve honed my skills in both the physical, spiritual and mental aspects of wellness. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, specializing in PTSD and trauma, my commitment is to provide comprehensive support. My unique blend of military, law enforcement, and clinical experience allows me to approach therapy with a nuanced perspective. I am dedicated to assisting individuals in overcoming the impacts of trauma, fostering resilience, and guiding them toward a path of healing and empowerment.

Next available: Feb 26

Ashley Miller

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LMHC
10 years of experience
Virtual
My name is Ashley, I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with over 10 years of experience. I have worked with individuals of varying age, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, and personality style addressing a wide range of issues (including but not limited to stress, addiction, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, ADHD, PTSD, grief/loss, codependency, self-esteem, and anger management.)

Next available: Feb 27

Carol Ann Fletcher

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LICSW
24 years of experience
Warm
Authentic
Solution oriented
Virtual
Hi this is Carol. I am a licensed independent clinical social worker in eight states including Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Illinois. My career started in Pennsylvania where I attended Chestnut Hill College and received my Master's in Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy Option. It continued in upstate Pennsylvania and New York where I attended SUNY University of Buffalo and received my Master of Social Work Degree. I capped those off with a Psy.D. from CalSouthern University, received Magnum Cum Laude in 2012 using an online doctoral format. I am also an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor in the state of South Carolina. I was fortunate to have an opportunity to attend the University of South Carolina shortly after relocating there in 2016 where I received a certificate in Military Matters. If you are having flashbacks or memories of traumatic events that you cannot shake, we can disburse them using best evidence practices. If your anxiety has gotten out of control, we can combine forces to put you in control of the stressors and persistent thoughts that keep you from being your best and sleeping well at night. When depression makes you want to stay inside of your home or in bed each day, I have tools we can use to empower you and help you avoid guilt. For any problem that interferes with your life or life transitions, there is a tool in my toolbox that has the power to bring about change. If we need a tool from someone else's toolbox, I know how to either borrow that tool, gain that missing knowledge, or do a warm handoff to other resources and providers without missing a beat. I strongly believe in the unity of and interaction between the mind and body. The body keeps the score and emotional and physical assaults leave scars. I believe that a respectful level of humor enhances one's ability to grow and accept the dialectal events in life. Research tells us that a sense of humor helps people to learn and grow. Therapy is one of many ways in which we learn to navigate the roads and streams of life.

Next available: Feb 26

Krystyna Ksiazek

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LMHC
29 years of experience
Virtual
My name is Krystyna Ksiazek. I live in Massachusetts. I am a Licensed Mental Health Clinician. I have been practicing psychotherapy for 29 years and never got sick of it. Seeing my clients succeeding, whether in therapy or their private life adds meaning to my work. My area of interest is Trauma and Complex-PTSD, Anxiety Spectrum Disorders such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Agoraphobia, phobias, Eating disorders, Depression, and Grief. Also, I have experience in the treatment of anger management problems, self-harm behaviors, and dissociative/split personality disorders. I like working with Young Adults, Adults, the Elderly, men, and women. I like to reach out beyond the traditional scope of therapeutic interventions, to alternative medicine based on the homeostatic model of health. I want to help clients to build self-confidence and optimism and empower them to face new challenges, grow, and succeed as they never imagined. I like to build up therapeutic alliances with the clients, and create an atmosphere where they know and feel that I am there for them and that I understand and support them. I do not mind spending more time with them if this is clinically necessary. Also, under exceptional circumstances, I allowed clients to contact me on the phone outside of therapy sessions, to assist them in coping with extraordinary situations, guide them when they struggle with using newly acquired skills, etc. I came to the USA from Poland in the year of 1981. I had to start "from the bottom". I have been through many ups and downs, and painful personal losses; my mother, friend boyfriend, but I never gave up. My resilience, optimism, and positive outlook on life, did not allow me to accept the failure. Contrary, it motivated me to try harder. Most of the time it worked.

Next available: Feb 24

Twana Curry

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LICSW
28 years of experience
Empowering
Holistic
Warm
Virtual
Welcome and Good day to you, My name is Twana Curry. I am an LCSW in multiple states with over 20+ years in the field. I am glad you are here, this is the first step in a journey. Do you ever feel like something is missing, but can't put your finger on it? Are you looking to go deeper in your journey, wanting to find the calm and balance with your past, present and future? This is when we seek guidance, we may be experiencing chronic stress, pain, depression, anxiety, grief, or as of late feeling like this world is not something we recognize any longer. I believe we feel our best when we have balance in all aspects of our lives, When this balance is skewed we feel drained, fatigued and easily overwhelmed. My commitment to my clients is to walk beside you in your journey, finding the balance of mind, body, and spirit. I have experience working with those who experience depression, anxiety, chronic pain, ADHD, trauma, multiple medical issues, chronic pain, and those that are struggling with everyday living, addressing the needs of your mind, body and spirit. I work with individuals, couples, and families. I specialize in Trauma, from bullying to combat PTSD, anxiety and depression. Issues that manifest when we don't process the emotional and physical pain we experience. I also work with couples who have experienced infidelity, sexual issues, infertility, or those that are going through divorce or loss of their relationship. I work from a holistic patient-centered approach, we come up with a multidimensional plan, using various therapeutic techniques such as CBT, DBT, EFT-Tapping and guided trauma work in books like " Safely Embodied", " Your a Bad Ass, Boundaries, Co-dependency No More, and Successful Aging. I use many different avenues/techniques to help you on your journey. One of my passions is using multiple collaborations of herbal, medical and nutritional treatments for mental health issues. I stress how important it is to use each session as a springboard to process and practice the new skills we discuss. Finding our essence and one's purpose in this world is the greatest force to finding balance. Making positive changes within our life. Acceptance/Resolving the negative events in our lives, and committing to minimize those effects in our lives today. My practice is online-based in multiple states.

Next available: Mar 15

Caroline Plante

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LICSW
12 years of experience
Virtual
Hello, I am a licensed clinician with a passion for helping young adults achieve happiness and success. I fully believe that, regardless of circumstances, with the right tools and support anyone can reach their goals. Currently I work mostly with adults and young adults, helping to successfully navigate life stressors while improving upon happiness and self worth.

Next available: Feb 24

Joe Hupp LISW-S, LCSW, LICSW, LSCSW, ACSW

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LICSW
20 years of experience
Open-minded
Warm
Virtual
Hello, I am Joe and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker, with the ability to serve those located throughout the United States. My aim to to ensure that each and every session be approach with comfort, finding solutions and getting you to feel better with whatever associated problem you are experiencing. It may be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. We can work together to find a solution to getting you to feel better!

Next available: Feb 24

Michael J. di Salvo, Psychotherapist, LICSW-QS, LCSW-IC. C-DBT, CCATP, CTTP, C-GIP, EMDR Provider.

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LICSW
35 years of experience
Solution oriented
Authentic
Open-minded
Virtual
Michael J. di Salvo, (He/Him/His), Psychotherapist, LICSW, LCSW-IC, LCSW-QS, C-DBT, CTTP, C-GIP, CCATP, EMDR, is a Nationally Board Certified Licensed Clinical Independent Social Worker with over thirty-year's experience. He is licensed and certified in multiple states and works with adults (18 Years +). He has several specialty care areas in mental health therapy, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered, Trauma-Focused, Grief and Loss Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Positive Psychology and EMDR. He works with various Life and Age Transitions, Coming-Out, Sexual Orientation, Gender Issues, Transitioning, Men's Issues, Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Geriatrics, LGBTQ++, Bias, Race, Ethnicity, Hate and Discrimination, Persons affected by Trauma, Career Counseling, Executive Functioning, Veterans/Emergency Responders and Co-Occurring Disorders. Clinical Supervision is also offered to clinical professionals in need of supervisory hours. Mr. di Salvo works with many diverse populations and works with persons who have experienced trauma, discrimination, racism, defamation, prejudice, hate and bias in any form. He is also a long-time advocate and mental health treatment provider for persons within the LGBTQ+ Community and many other minority populations. Mr. di Salvo provides a safe, supportive, welcoming, affirming, reflective and nonjudgmental space for all people. If you have any questions, please schedule a "FREE" 15-minute virtual consultation today! If you do not see an available slot, please do not hesitate to send an email with your availability so that we may accommodate your needs. Out-of-pocket payments are accepted. *Please understand that due to patient and staff concerns, there are only telehealth appointments available at this time. The provider will keep patients posted regarding the reopening of in-person visits in his Miami, Fort Lauderdale and New York City Locations. Virtual Sessions are available to all patients at this time in the following states: AZ, DE, FL, GA, MA, MD, NJ, NY, NV, PA, SC, VA, & WA. Please contact my scheduling staff to verify your qualifying insurance. Mr. di Salvo graduated with honors. He obtained his undergraduate and post-graduate studies, research and internships through The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.

Next available: Feb 28

Yolanda Cavicchio

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LMHC
8 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a specialization in Expressive Arts Therapy. I have 7+ years working with addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship patterns, and experiences relating to LGBTQA+ and BIPOC communities. My practice is centered around helping people feel more connected to their inner, emotional experiences, and external environments, with a sense of belonging, trust, and empowerment. Expressive Arts Therapy means art and creativity are tools I use alongside talk-therapy. I am also trained in facilitating yoga and meditation, which allows for the option of incorporating body-oriented techniques within session I approach each therapeutic relationship as a collaborative one. My style is warm, patient-led, and holistic, with focus on building a trusting bond.

Next available: Feb 24

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