Jim Moutinho MS LPC LADC NCC is a counselor, psychotherapist and therapist who provides individual, group and family counseling services. He helps those struggling with a wide variety of problems including work and career stress, relationship problems alcohol and drug abuse, mental health issues including depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD. Jim offers counseling for adolescents, men and woman from the following areas: West Hartford, East Hartford, Hartford, New Hartford, Farmington, Simsbury, Bloomfield, Glastonbury, Newington, Avon, Windsor, Windsor Locks, Bristol, New Britain, Rocky Hill, Cromwell, Middletown, Bolton, Enfield, Somers, Berlin, Coventry, Granby, East Granby, Ellington, East Windsor, Marlborough, Wethersfield, Vernon, South Windsor, Torrington. Jim Moutinho has a counseling office located at 836 Farmington Ave 221b West Hartford, CT 06119-1505 and appointment's can be made by calling (866) 887-6864.
Diane Wilson is a licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her B.A. in psychology at Skidmore College and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Hawaii. Diane has 9 years experience treating clients with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as mood, anxiety, trauma, and alcohol/drug problems. She has practiced in a variety of clinical settings including inpatient hospital, community mental health, veteran’s healthcare (VA), and clinical research programs. Diane comes to Advanced Treatment Solutions with a passion for providing high quality evidence-based treatments to clients in a welcoming and accessible environment.
The foundation of Diane’s work with clients is her unwavering belief in their ability to thrive. Her treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral (CBT) blended with motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and acceptance practices. When working with Diane, clients will explore the patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that move them toward or away from their goals and values. They will experiment with new patterns and develop resilience to the painful and unhelpful thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that keep them stuck. The process is collaborative and occurs in the context of a caring and trustworthy relationship. Diane views clients holistically and applies an individualized and integrated approach for co-occurring disorders, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and addictions.
On a personal note, Diane grew up in CT, spent 15 years living, working, and studying in Alaska and Hawaii, and returned to CT in 2010. She spends her free time with family, traveling, practicing yoga, and getting outside. Diane wants you to know, “you don’t have to go it alone, consulting a professional can help!”
Diane is currently accepting new clients for morning and evening times.
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