Kenneth J Wade
Counselor, PhD
I have worked with numerous couples who have encountered issues with communication, infidelity, and blended families. While many of my individual clients are female, I have particular interest and background in working with men’s issues, including anger, substance abuse, sexuality, and pornography.
My work is part of the counselling ministry of a large church. I discuss faith and spirituality with clients as they seem relevant to the client’s development and the issues the client brings to counselling.

Most of us arrive at times when we can benefit from talking with a knowledgeable person who can listen with the objective of helping us to understand ourselves. My goal as a counsellor is to help each person know and accept themselves. When I can provide that kind of counselling relationship, clients are much more likely to find their own strengths and wisdom. By listening with compassion and empathy, rather than judgement, I am more likely to help clients find greater harmony and peace in their relationships.

(205) 265-1975
3100 Highland Ave
Birmingham, Alabama
Kevin A. Root
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
As a psychotherapist who has been in practice for over twenty years, I have learned–without a doubt–about works most effectively in therapy, and how to achieve optimum results.These convictions have grown out of my experience not only as a successful therapist,but also out of many years of training and personal experience in the analytical methods known as Jungian depth-psychology. The Jungian approach begins with an understanding of the human PSYCHE; that is, both the conscious, and, perhaps most importantly, the unconscious mind must be understood.

In addition to presenting problems, a person’s DREAMS matter very much. However,since most people tend to ignore, or do not remember their dreams,there is no expectation that dreams will be included. I can work with or without dreams, but encourage people to remember them for best results.
Today, there is an epidemic of doctors who too readily prescribe medication for psychological problems These medications can be helpful, but too often they are only band-aids. Psychological problems require our deepest psychological understanding, and not only medications that often dull or numb the issues out of awareness.

(203) 302-9473
Kevin A. Root, LCSW
132 East Putnam Avenue
Suite A
Greenwich, Connecticut
Kim Gillcrist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
My practice provides professional counselling services to individuals (ages 16+), couples, and families as needed. I specialize in areas of addiction, mental health, domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as managing stress and working through issues in relationships with others. Through the counselling process, I seek to help clients improve their coping skills, strengthen self esteem, and promote behaviour change through support, psychoeduation, and psychotherapy.

I provide supportive, therapeutic interventions using a broad variety of clinical approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Narrative Therapy, and Person Centered Therapy.

(506) 802-9289
199 Chesley Drive
Suite 207
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2K 4S9
Laura M Okin
Art therapist
Psychologist, PsyD
My approach is guided by the belief that people face difficulties in life in part because of painful early experiences that give rise to feelings that often remain out of awareness. As a result, these individuals can become depressed and anxious. Often, they find themselves repeatedly engaging in self-defeating patterns and becoming involved in relationships that are ultimately unsatisfying.

I believe that through thoughtful exploration and collaborative insight, my clients can become more fully aware of the experiences and feelings that contribute to their difficulties. I believe that this awareness can help my clients find relief from their symptoms and experience a stronger sense of self in the world.
When working with children and adolescents, I encourage children to communicate their feelings through imaginative play and therapeutic games. For my adolescent clients, I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment for them to be able able to talk about difficult feelings and experiences and come up with effective coping skills.

Behavioral Issues
Child or Adolescent
Eating Disorders
Family Conflict
Marital and Premarital
Peer Relationships
Self Esteem
Substance Abuse
(617) 904-9937
264 Beacon St
3rd Floor
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
(617) 904-9937
Leslie Orysh Connor
Finding a good psychologist can be a challenge. While many practitioners may be geographically convenient, you are most likely to benefit from a therapeutic relationship in which there is a good fit between client and therapist and in which the therapist brings knowledge and experience. I have been practicing since 1991 and believe in the ability of each of us to make significant and lasting changes in our lives. I think you will find that I listen well to your needs and bring a complement of skills to address a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, chronic weight problems, parenting concerns, and procrastination.

I understand that initiating a counseling experience is a big step. You are welcome to call me to discuss your concerns and to decide if I will be a good fit for you. If I cannot help you, I will be happy to assist you in finding someone who will.

(302) 477-0708 ext. 2
Leslie Connor, Ph., LLC
1409 Foulk Road
Suite 204
Wilmington, Delaware
Lisa Otterstein
Are you feeling stressed or overwhelmed? Are you feeling that there is a significant difference between your actual life and the life you would like to have? Do you find yourself comparing yourself unfavourably with others? My passion is about helping people to clarify and to successfully carry out their life goals. I will help you to integrate successful strategies into your life that will help you to maintain these changes over the long run. You are welcome to call me at 604-551-0783 for a free phone consultation.

I work with adults and adolescents who are struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, life transitions, post traumatic stress. I use an ecclectic counselling approach, which I fine tune according to each client’s specific clinical needs.
I strive to fully understand my clients’ unique frame of reference, and to help motivate them to make meaningful changes in their lives. I also teach concrete and helpful strategies for stress management, and successful communication.

Suite 503 – 145 E 13th St.
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7L 2L3
Mark J Ostrowski
How will you know when your life has improved? What will be the signs? How will you be different? Can you envision that difference? With over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist, I will use these questions to begin the process of helping you to find new possibilities for fulfillment and relief from emotional pain. I have extensive experience helping adults and adolescents with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and panic disorders, addictions, interpersonal relationship problems, and life transitions. After identifying therapy goals, we’ll outline a plan to help you work through your barriers to change.

Therapy will move at your pace. We’ll use proven Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to break the connection between harmful thoughts and negative emotions. As you begin to learn new coping skills you’ll become more confident taking on the challenge of change.

As therapy progresses, we’ll look deeper to understand how presenting problems are sometimes a cover for other hidden problems often originating in childhood. Over the course of therapy we’ll revisit your therapy goals and evaluate your progress. I look forward to the possibility of working with you.

(203) 721-6608
999 Summer Street
Suite 200
Stamford, Connecticut
Megan Haque
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
There are times when life can become overwhelming and it is in these times when it can be helpful to have support and guidance. My role as a therapist is to help you focus on what areas in your life you want to improve and then to assist you in doing so. I can offer practical ways to make changes while helping you look at situations from a different perspective. I believe that therapy is meant to be short term; a place for you to focus on yourself, make life changes and then move forward on your own.

I work with clients of all ages through individual work and family sessions when appropriate. I also offer couples counseling for marital/ relationship issues.

(203) 689-7581
2505 Main Street
Suite 202B
Stratford, Connecticut
Megan T Harris
I work with psychiatrist and numerous primary physicians in the area, including Monticello, Hamburg, Portland, El Dorado, and Crossett AR. I decided to focus on the high need in our area for a Counselor that is able to work with insurance clients.

I have worked in mental health in for over 8 years. I believe that everyone deserves the same treatment regardless of their pay source. I work closely with several psychiatrist and primary care physicians in the area for the most effective care possible.
I have worked with all ages and various mental disorders but I am specializing in the less severely mentally ill with insurance or private pay. I have specialized training in ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder as well as with Grief, Addiction, Depression, Panic Disorder, and Bipolar clients.

(870) 415-7845
Interventions Behavioral Health Services
615 1st Ave
Crossett, Arkansas
Melissa Burgess Moser
PhD, LPsych
I work with adults affected by various mental health conditions, including, but not limited to, depression, generalized and social anxiety, panic, sleep disorders, and post-traumatic stress. I am also interested in helping individuals process unresolved grief due to family of origin issues. My areas of specialization include the treatment of eating disorders within an adult population and treating adult survivors of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. I have extensive research and clinical training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and continue to build on these experiences by working with couples suffering from relationship distress.

My clinical approach is strongly rooted in attachment theory. This orientation provides me with an understanding of clients’ emotional needs, how they cope with these needs alone and within their closest relationships. I use techniques from a variety of different evidence-based therapeutic approaches to address client concerns.
My past academic research in psychotherapy guides my assessment of how clients progress through therapy. I engage in regular consultations with other eating disorder professionals, and I am an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Mount Allison University.

(506) 799-1352
Maritime Psychology Clinic (Formerly EDP Group)
321 D St George Street
Moncton, New Brunswick
E1C 1W8