The following services are offered by licensed mental health practitioners

  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Early childhood / school-age psychotherapy
  • Parenting skills training
  • Adolescent psychotherapy
  • Adult psychotherapy
  • Family therapy
  • Marital/couple therapy
  • Premarital therapy
  • Therapy for divorcing and divorced families
  • Grief and Loss therapy
  • Therapy for clients and families recovering from addictive disorders
  • Therapy for adoption and foster care families
  • Therapy to address emerging and young adult issues
  • Therapy for the LBGTQ community
  • Therapy for individuals on the autistic spectrum
  • Psycho-educational therapy for ADHD, learning disabilities, and other psycho-educational concerns
  • Therapy for young adult transition issues 
  • Therapy for PTSD
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness Meditation

2157 North Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604 Phone: 203-335-0345

2157 North Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604 Phone: 203-335-0345

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(Call if you don’t see your insurance listed. Please note that not all clinicians accept every insurance. Check with the clinician you plan to see to make sure she/he accepts your particular insurance.)

“From the moment I walked into his walnut-trimmed parlor, I felt at ease.  His receptionist, Lorraine, greeted and escorted me through a spacious waiting room and offered coffee or tea.  As I waited for Bob to finish with a client, I noticed his next client walked right into Lorraine’s office area, smiled, said a friendly hello, and made her own cup of tea.  Kind of like walking into a friend’s house and feeling comfortable enough to serve yourself.  I instantly liked the feel of being there, and I liked Bob-the architect of this warm office culture-even more.  We hit it off quickly, and he offered me a place in his office to get my start in private practice.”  (from Black Belt for Life: A Memoir of Personal Development and the Martial Arts, 2007, by Rob Smith, Ph.D.)