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Dr. Laura Radin PH.D., Psychologist

Dr. Laura Radin PH.D.

Psychologist | Clinical

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300 Hebron Ave Glastonbury CT, 06033
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Dr. Laura Radin is a psychologist practicing in Glastonbury, CT. Dr. Radin specializes in the treatment of health mental problems, and helps people to cope with their mental illnesses. As a psychologist, Dr. Radin evaluates and treats patients through a variety of methods, most typically being psychotherapy or talk therapy. Patients usually visit Dr. Radin because they have been experiencing depression, anxiety, stress or anger for a significant period of time and are seeking help. Psychologists may perform a variety of exams and assessments to diagnose a mental condition.

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Dr. Laura Radin PH.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 300 Hebron Ave Suite 107

300 Hebron Ave -
Glastonbury, CT 06033
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New patients: 860-521-3355, 860-543-1098, 860-521-3355
Fax: 860-430-1736, 860-430-1093

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