Webb Haymaker, LCSW
Therapist

I believe therapy helps because it enhances our capacity for flexible thinking during times of emotional stress. Depression, anxiety, trauma, family and relationship conflict, and other problems in living are stressful, isolating, and can become overwhelming. When emotional stress piles up, it is difficult to experience interest and enthusiasm, consider alternative perspectives, engage in our life goals, and connect with others. My emphasis on flexible thinking is based on my extensive training in a type of therapy called mentalization-based treatment, or MBT, an approach that specifically aims to strengthen our ability to respond reflectively when our emotions are heightened.

My approach is collaborative and interactive. At the beginning of treatment, we will create a clear, focused, and individually tailored understanding of how I can help. During our sessions, we will make connections between your symptoms, emotions, thoughts, and interactions, including your experience in the present moment, with the purpose of helping you feel more secure and confident in your ability to make progress on your therapeutic goals between sessions.

I received my masters from Columbia University School of Social Work and have over ten years experience working with individuals, couples, youth, and families. I love my job because I get to witness how people change, and appreciate how everyone approaches their life differently.

Office Hours:
10:00 a.m.—6:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday

Insurances accepted:
Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and HMO, Cigna, Medicare

Charles Chester, M.D.
Frederic Henderson, M.D.
P. Michael Mahony, M.D.
Teri Schwarz, M.D.
Lainie Breaux, L.C.S.W.
James Richard Bruce, L.P.C.
Kaytlyn Gillis, L.C.S.W.
Webb Haymaker, L.C.S.W.
Sherril Rudd, L.C.S.W.
Monic Tao, L.P.C.
Larry Schwarz, L.C.S.W. Larry Schwarz, L.C.S.W. Larry Schwarz, L.C.S.W.

Directions: Please do not use your GPS to locate our building. Turn onto Melville Dewey Dr. from N. Causeway Blvd. There is a fire station on that corner. Our building is straight ahead. Parking is in the front and right side.