Timothy Feltman LCSW
Timothy Feltman LCSW
|Professions: Clinical Social Work|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: LCSW|
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"I believe that every individual can overcome depression, anxiety, and life challenges with the help of a caring therapist and diligent effort on their part."
Are you currently feeling stuck in your career, life, school, or relationships? Do you feel that you are not living the valued life you envisioned? My practice focuses on helping individuals, including adults and adolescents, with transition challenges they are facing in their life. I believe in the importance of being non-judgmental and believing in every person with unconditional positive regard. I use an eclectic approach that is individualized to help someone get unstuck from their current situations. I have experience working with individuals who are experiencing mood disorders, trauma, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and family challenges. If you think I may be the right therapist for you feel free to call me for a free phone consultation!
Email or Call Timothy Feltman LCSW at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 28379
My Role as a Therapist
My role as a therapist is to be an objective person who listens and hears what challenges you are facing. It is my role to provide empathy and unconditional regard. In other words, my role is not to judge you, but to listen to what is happening in your life. I don't believe in giving you answers. I believe in being more of a facilitator so that you can make the changes that you want to make. I am available to assist you find what you are searching for.
Theoretical Influences that Guide My Work
The first book I read that was written by a Therapist is "On Becoming a Human: A Therapist's View On Psychotherapy" by Carl Rogers. In this book, Rogers discusses his views on therapy, the "client", and how his theoretical orientation became "Humanist." Rogers writes about the importance of being non-judgmental and viewing each person with "unconditional positive regard." Additionally, Rogers reports on the importance of the relationship that is needed for therapy to happen. This book shaped my views on what a therapist should be like and my views on the importance of the "therapeutic alliance." Even though I use an eclectic therapy approach I make sure that I view everyone with unconditional positive regard and use the relationship as the foundation.
Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
Ages I Work With
Groups I Work With
Students with a disability, family members of a student with a disability, young adults.
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