Hello my name is Patricia “Patt” Carrington. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Wisconsin. I am a compassionate professional with 30 years of experience in providing social services, case management and trauma counseling working with diverse groups of all ages. I have a calm and easy-going demeanor with the ability to a create a working rapport, develop trust and maintain meaningful relationships. I am non-judgmental, solution focused, and results-oriented. My specialties include working with individuals whom suffer from anxiety, depression...
Hello, I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor and have been practicing in the state of Wisconsin for several years at varying levels of care - I'm excited to open up my practice to better help and the online community here. I started working in the outpatient world working predominantly with adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders in Milwaukee. After working with adults individually, in groups, and in a day treatment I decided to shift my focus to adolescents in a partial hospitalization setting. Though I enjoyed working with adolescents and...
I have been a licensed clinical therapist in Wisconsin for the past 9 years, and worked in mental health for 20 years. I enjoy collaborating with people to help them actively work to improve their emotional and physical health. I specialize in working with individuals with anxiety disorders including OCD, social anxiety, PTSD, phobias, and generalized anxiety disorder. I enjoy working with people with anxiety disorders because anxiety is treatable if you learn the skills and follow the right treatment plan. My goal is to teach clients the skills needed to...
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Wisconsin. Throughout my career I have worked with a variety of clients, both children and adults, with a range of concerns to include depression, anxiety, mood disorders, health and wellness, PTSD and trauma, parent coaching, ADHD, and many more. My primary desire as a therapist is to help people achieve their greatest potential and embrace their own self-worth. The approaches I use are goal-oriented with a strengths-based focus. My therapy style is interactive, empowering, compassionate, and empathic. ...
Hello. I have spent nearly 20 years in the Human Services field and after earning my counseling psychology degree, it became even more clear how to best help others through the counseling process. Counseling is a process of self-discovery and being able to help people learn how to deal more effectively with situations in their lives appeals to my fascination with the human condition. It is important to build a therapeutic relationship so we are able to get a deeper understanding of your thoughts and emotions to support you in feeling better and moving forward...
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker licensed in California and Wisconsin, with over 25 years of experience working as a Therapist. I have worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, parenting problems, career challenges, trauma and self esteem concerns. I also helped many people who have experienced physical trauma or emotional abuse. I have been trained in motivational interviewing and Trauma Informed Care. I have worked with individuals and groups from a variety of different culture's. My counse...
Hello! I am a Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of experience working in the State of Wisconsin with both Individuals and Couples. During my career, I have over 10 years experience working with individuals experiencing grief, loss, and end of life concerns. My specialties also include; relationship/family issues, anger management, depression/anxiety issues, and life coaching personal development. I also have experience working with LGTBQ+ clients, as well as First Responder/Law Enforcement groups. My counseling style is person centered; focused on incl...
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker living in Madison, Wisconsin. I have worked as a counselor in various capacities over the last 30 years. In the first half of my career I worked with adolescents young men dealing with issues that resulted in struggles with the juvenile justice system and placement outside their homes. After about 10 years working with adolescents I took a break to pursue follow my passion for landscaping and working outdoors. During that time I also had to come to terms with the realization that I was also an alcoholic/addict. Fortunately I ...
Hello! I specialize in working with self-aware and driven adults who struggle with the impacts of overwhelm and trauma by helping them reduce distress and build confidence in themselves. From time to time we all need someone to listen openly and support us through life struggles. My approach is warm, inclusive, and non-judgmental. I view counseling as a collaborative client-led relationship to help you gain skills and meaning in what you are experiencing. I especially enjoy working with people from all walks of life who experience anxiety, depression, or trauma sy...
I am a professor of clinical mental health counseling and a practitioner with over 15 years of experience. I am licensed in Wisconsin. The majority of my clinical experience is in based on men's mental health issues. I teach developing counselors all of the core theoretical approaches and so I am comfortable using a wide range of techniques to guide clients towards meeting their goals. My preferred modalities are EMDR, Trauma-informed care, Psychodynamic techniques, Psychoanalytic techniques, Psycho-oncology, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy/Rapid Induction The...
Nicole has many talents. Her passion in nestled in the likes of helping others. She is currently employed Full-time with Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and pool behavioral health staff with Columbia-St. Mary’s. Nicole’s other job duties include Federal Re-entry, clinical supervision, counseling (individual and group), consultation, AODA, Mental Health, and Trauma education and training, as well as administrative tasks. Nicole has diverse ability to use many counseling modalities however Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) and corrective thinking technique...
Anthony is a licensed psychotherapist with 26 years of clinical experience practicing cognitive behavioral, solution focused, holistic psychotherapy. Anthony is aware that this is not everyone's cup of tea. He has worked as a clinical operations supervisor/director for outpatient mental health clinics, AODA programs, and corrections facilities. Most of Anthony's career has been addressing substance addictions, adjustment disorders and trauma recovery. Anthony has experienced a diverse work history that includes service in the US Navy, a paramedic, police officer,...
I am a Professional Counselor in Wisconsin with over 10 years of experience working as a mental health therapist. I have worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, parenting problems, stress management, communication skills, and ADHD. I also helped many people who have experienced physical trauma or emotional abuse. My therapy style is warm and interactive. I believe in treating anyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. My approach combines cognitive-behavioral, dialectal behavior therapy, and...
Each of us was reverently and wonderfully made! But over the course of life many of us have been wounded with injuries that eyes can't see--soul wounds. Those wounds may come from absent or unloving caregivers, bullying, abuse, trauma, neglect, hateful words, injuries or illness, substance abuse, lack of safety, abandonment, rejection, etc. There are many ways a person can be wounded. Those wounds don't just go away, and over time they cause problems in our behavior, thinking, feelings, relationships, families and workplaces. We wonder why this anxiety just won't ...
Hi, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Wisconsin. I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work from Loyola of Chicago. My professional background is wide and diverse. I began my professional life as a Registered Nurse (RN) working in trauma. During that time I continued my education in Social Work, earning a Master in Social Work (MSW) and a Ph.D. I have had the opportunity to work in schools, community mental health as well as private practice. I was also very fortunate to be able to spend 20 years as a Social Work educator, teaching at both the gradu...
I am licensed clinical social worker who has worked in a variety of mental health settings for the past 15 years, and am currently licensed in Kansas, Missouri, Texas, and Wisconsin. While I have been trained to use a multitude of treatment approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness, I believe that one of the most important tools is the relationship between the client and therapist. My approach to therapy is to meet individuals where they are and help guide them in meeting their goals. Ever...
I am licensed in Wisconsin with 25 years of professional work experience. I have experience in helping clients with stress, anxiety, motivation, self esteem, confidence, & depression. I also have experience working with coping with life changes. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. I will tailor our dialog and treatment plan to meet your unique and specific needs. It takes courage to seek out a more fulfilling and happier life and to take the first steps towards a change. I am here to support & empower you in that journey.
I am a therapist with over 20 years experience and I am accepting clients for phone counseling sessions. I find Person-Centered and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy styles work well for me. One of my areas of expertise is working with survivors of abuse though in these many years, I have worked with people struggling with many different kinds of issues, such as loneliness, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and self-esteem. You would find me warm and nurturing as a therapist though I can also be direct. Working together, I believe you can reach your goals s...
I am licensed in Wisconsin with 6 years of professional work experience. I have experience in helping clients with stress and anxiety, anger management, & depression. I also have experience working with coping with life changes. I work with my clients to create an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgment. Taking the first step to sign up for therapy can take courage and I am proud of you for getting started!
After more than 18 years in the counseling fields as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Wisconsin, my approach to collaborating with clients has a two-fold approach. First, I believe in a holistic approach. Almost every problem we experience has various pieces. Somewhat like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, the pieces need to be laid out and evaluated to see the relationships among them to come up with solutions. This includes the present moment, our upbringing, our current employment, our own relationships, stresses past and p...
Finding the right therapist can feel intimidating, but there are simple ways to narrow down your search for the Princeton area; especially when you're having a hard time trying to find therapists accepting new clients.
First, research what type of therapy you’d like to pursue BEFORE trying to find a therapist or psychologist. Maybe that’s psychodynamic, cognitive behavior therapy, group therapy, family therapy, or couple’s counseling; just pick the Princeton therapist that is right for your needs. Next consider whether the gender of your therapist matters, the types of therapy they're most experienced with, and then finally choose a therapist located near you in the city of Princeton, or elsewhere in the Green Lake county or state of Wisconsin.
The United States has many therapists who are comfortable charging $200 or more per session, and in some instances you might find that the average price of a therapy session in Princeton, WI ranges from $85-$150.
Some therapists in the state of Wisconsin will work on a sliding scale, meaning they’ll factor in your income and charge what you can afford per session. With our therapists serving both the city of Princeton and elsewhere throughout the state of Wisconsin, you can expect significantly more affordable options with sessions ranging from $60 to $90 per week (billed every 4 weeks).
Online therapists, including all those listed above (all of which are in the United States) able to work with people like you in or around Princeton offer creative forms of communication to help people like you receive the best type of treatment for your needs.
Whether that’s via in-app messaging with your therapist, video sessions where you see you one another and talk about your problems, live chat or phone sessions, you and your therapist will find the best way to address your mental health challenges in online therapy.
So if you're dealing with things like relationship problems that could be addressed in couples therapy, you want to work with one of our experienced cognitive behavioral therapists (specializing in behavioral health), assistance with eating disorders, or support with other common mental health issues (like stress, anxiety, depression, grief, etc)... take a look at our available therapists above and find a therapist that is right for you.
One of the rewarding aspects of working with a therapist is that they are listening to your feelings. Our friends and loved ones often hear us, but they may have a hard time providing objective guidance in the way a therapist can; which can be extremely valuable due to the fact that many therapists have experience helping others through similar difficult times.
A therapist wants to support you toward a healthier emotional state, no matter what you're dealing with (including behavioral health concerns, grief, anxiety, depression or stress). In addition to developing healthier emotions, another benefit of therapy is you have a safe space to discuss problems that you may be hesitant to talk about with people in your everyday life.
Many people have sensitive topics to discuss; possibly an addiction or an issue with their relationship that they’re ashamed to speak about with their friends and/or partner. A Princeton therapist can help you confront these kinds of issues and find ways to face them and heal.
With more than 1175 people in the city of Princeton, WI finding a therapist can be both costly and hard to do. Our goal with the list of therapists shown above is to get you the support you need. If you’re looking for a nearby therapist close to 54968 or the surrounding zip codes (shown below), take a look at other available therapists in the popular nearby cities listed at the bottom of this page.
Both a therapist and a psychologist can help with some of the most challenging times in life. Often times, a psychologist will work along side a psychiatrist who is also a doctor in order to have medication prescribed if needed for a patient's care; but this is not always to case. At the end of the day, both mental health care professionals can provide the different types of therapy that someone needs.
So if you're looking for a professional, it's likely that one of our therapists can be of assistance and help you feel comfortable and confident with online counseling. Our counseling services will connect you with a licensed professional that is ready to work with clients like you to form a helpful therapeutic relationship.
Whether you are here looking for a a child psychologist in Princeton, couples counseling in Princeton, family conflict therapy in Princeton, or a marriage counselor open to working with individuals in you area... BetterHelp can assist you, possibly in new ways that you haven't tried using technology.
Therapy with a clinical psychologist is often NOT covered by health insurance. While only some health plans in the USA cover counseling in Princeton, this does not have to make your search for therapists in you area a challenge. The reason is our new ways of using technology like text, video, phone, and live chat options have made it easier for therapists working with individuals like you easier and much more affordable; as described above.
With that in mind, you can feel comfortable to look at the list of available therapists on our platform ready to both help and work with clients like you; all while building a healthy therapeutic relationship designed to assist you. When it comes to working with a BetterHelp therapist on our platform, it's important to keep in mind that the services offered here normally are not covered by health insurance, Medicaid or Medicare.
Therapy, aka psychotherapy and/or counseling, on the BetterHelp platform is basically the process of working and meeting with a licensed clinical psychologist online. Whether you're looking for a couples counseling session, or cognitive behavioral therapy... we have counselors that are actively working with individuals like yourself and are able to work with you.
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