Find a Therapist

Therapists in Connecticut

Photo of Ronald Lawrence

Ronald Lawrence

Stamford, Connecticut

Ronald Lawrence

MSW, Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work
Years in practice: 15
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I believe that the client – therapist relationship is the single most important factor for successful treatment. It is my goal to provide a safe space that is non-judgmental, attuned to your needs, engaging and genuinely empathetic. This allows for a trusting and collaborative partnership to explore your thoughts, feelings and patterns of interacting with others.

Stamford, Connecticut
Contact Me
Website
Help & Hope Counselling Logo

Help and Hope Counseling

Danbury, Connecticut

Help and Hope Counseling

Number of Therapists: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Help and Hope Counseling is a mental health practice with multiple therapists and advanced nurse practitioners that focus on mental wellness through counseling and medication management. The center has locations in CT and NV, but it is expanding into NJ and FL soon. The practice services clients who struggle with anxiety, confidence, eating, acceptance and body image, grief, substance use, and depression. We create a comfortable environment that brings joy and satisfaction to our clients. Our environment of support will help in achieving goals through counseling, medication management, and mental health wellness. We have great providers that are specialized in many conditions including Anxiety, Addition, Depression, ADHD, and many more.

Danbury, Connecticut
Contact Us
Website

Contact

By Phone:
By Email:

Call and request an initial appointment by phone or email. Once you get to your appointment, explain your symptoms and what’s going on in your life.

Learn more about talk therapy.

Don’t know what to say?

  • “Hi, I found your website through HeadsUpGuys. I’ve been dealing with a lot of stress recently and am looking for a therapist to consult with.”
  • “I’m wondering if you are taking new clients? I’m looking for someone to work with to help me get through a rough patch.”

Back to our Therapist Directory.

 


For more information on talk therapy, including more ways to find a therapist, virtual/online therapy options, how to make the most of therapy, and how to know if it is working, see:

Call and request an initial appointment by phone or email. Once you get to your appointment, explain your symptoms and what’s going on in your life.

It may help to complete and print out or save your responses to our Self Check and Stress Test to bring to your appointment.