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Dean Lederfeind

  • Connecticut
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Dean Lederfeind's service

Dean Lederfeind is a licensed therapist with over 32 years of professional work experience in Connecticut. He specializes in using an existential lens to help clients discover their purpose and align their actions with their goals. Dean believes that understanding the possible dissonance we experience is a crucial step towards personal growth. By combining Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, he equips clients with the necessary tools to navigate challenges and make lasting change. Dean has extensive experience in helping clients manage stress and anxiety, cope with addictions, address LGBTQ+ related issues, and heal from trauma and abuse. He approaches every client with respect, sensitivity, and compassion, and tailors the dialog and treatment plan to meet their unique needs. Dean recognizes the courage it takes to seek a more fulfilling and happier life, and he is dedicated to supporting clients throughout their journey of self-discovery.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Years in practice

32 years

NPI number


License Details

CT LCSW 58.007154

License: LCSW


License number: 58.007154

Expires at 2024-08-31

License: LCSW


number: LC21573

Expires at 2024-08-31

License: LCSW


number: 12996356-3501

Expires at 2024-09-30



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