Our Therapists

Stephanie L. Cuomo, LMFT

Stephanie graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is an experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with individuals of all ages.

Stephanie is certified in Gestalt therapy, and works with trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship and family conflict. In particular, Stephanie works with individuals who are experiencing stress in their lives, including life transitions, and students and adults who are experiencing anxiety due to perfectionism or high expectations of themselves. She has a talent for helping individuals to reduce the stress in their lives, as well as helping them to cope with the unpleasant symptoms of feeling overworked, stressed, and overwhelmed. Stephanie can help you if you are feeling stuck or “trapped” within your current circumstance or symptoms, while providing a supportive listening ear and practical solutions.

Stephanie is warm and empathetic. She uses a humanistic approach, and works in collaboration with the client by using mindfulness strategies, somatic experiencing, and person-centered therapy to get to the heart of a person’s struggles and help them realize their full potential.


Dr. Karin L. Sidman-Croghan, PsyD, LPC

Dr. Karin Sidman-Croghan graduated with her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Illinois School of Professional Psychology with a specialization in Health Psychology, and a Master’s Degree from Adler University in Chicago, Illinois in Geronotological Counseling.

Karin works with teenagers through older adults, including seniors, and helps them to manage life transitions, depression, anxiety, chronic pain and illness, and substance abuse. Karin also has a degree in nursing, which helps her to have a great understanding of her clients’ struggles from a medical perspective as well as a mental health perspective. During therapy sessions, she displays a great balance of humor and understanding. She provides unconditional support for her clients while encouraging them to engage in healthy coping skills, boundaries, and self-empowerment and growth.

Karin utilizes an integrative approach, including CBT, ACT, Adlerian, and Person-Centered Therapy in order to focus on the collaborative effort in sessions, with the goal of helping clients to find peace and positive, forward movement in their lives.

Karin believes in utilizing multiple disciplines, including art, movement, mindfulness and laughter, in order to help the client heal and grow while enjoying the therapeutic process. She is warm, kind, and fun, and enjoys making therapeutic sessions something clients look forward to.


Terry Welsh, LCSW, Med

Terry knows that when you or your child are going through a difficult time, it can be so overwhelming. It is so hard to reach out for help. Terry helps you to see there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you notice your child is displaying worry, if they seem depressed or down, or have experienced a trauma, she is here to help. Terry believes that change is possible, and feels her job is to offer a safe environment to help her clients explore ways to effectively change in positive ways.

Terry use EMDR, a trauma modality that can be used with individuals of all ages, as well as mindfulness and DBT to support children who are experiencing behavioral problems at home or in school, in addition to parent coaching to help children and parents connect in healthy ways.

Terry works using a strengths based approach, which means she see clients as individuals, and offers treatment based on each person’s unique personality. Each client will receive a treatment plan tailored to their needs and goals. Terry uses play therapy and yoga in session to teach coping skills as well as to connect with her clients & make therapy enjoyable.



Watertown, CT 06795

2030 Straits Turnpike
Middlebury, CT 06762

MayYouFindPeaceLLC@gmail.com

(203) 558-1143

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