W. Michael Crouch, psychotherapist: Treating depression, anxiety and trauma
W. Michael Crouch, LCSW, is a psychotherapist with a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University and certifications in eye movement, desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and dialectical behavioral therapy.
In private practice in Stamford for 25 years, he treats adults, couples and families who suffer from depression, anxiety and trauma.
Michael is co-coordinator of the Fairfield County Trauma Recovery Network (FCTRN), a community of EMDR-trained therapists who focus on the treatment and education of first responders in Fairfield County.
The FCTRN was founded in response to the tragedies of the 2011 Christmas Day fire in Stamford and the 2012 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown. In its six years, the FCTRN has educated and treated more than 1,500 individuals in the state of Connecticut.
Previously, Michael served on the board of the Fairfield County Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, which offers support and mental health services to those suffering from the loss of a loved one through suicide.
He lives in Norwalk with his wife, who together have a blended family of four children and three grandchildren.
Arranged by Wilder Baker