Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you find yourself stuck in a cycle of frustrating, unfulfilling thoughts, feelings or behavior patterns? Are you ready to find some new, more effective ways to increase your life satisfaction? Would you like to increase your self-awareness and understanding and develop some new coping strategies? Are you looking for a therapist who can be supportive as well as open, direct and an active participant in the change process?"
(615) 338-5306
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"Do you find yourself stuck in a cycle of frustrating, unfulfilling thoughts, feelings or behavior patterns? Are you ready to find some new, more effective ways to increase your life satisfaction? Would you like to increase your self-awareness and understanding and develop some new coping strategies? Are you looking for a therapist who can be supportive as well as open, direct and an active participant in the change process?"
Rhonda Scarlata, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is strengths oriented and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychodynamic principals. An area of emphasis with respect to my practice is working with people who are interested in changing habits. Most "bad" habits start out as understandable responses to stress in our environment. With time, the consequences of our habits may cause us more stress than they alleviate."
(615) 298-2978
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"My approach is strengths oriented and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychodynamic principals. An area of emphasis with respect to my practice is working with people who are interested in changing habits. Most "bad" habits start out as understandable responses to stress in our environment. With time, the consequences of our habits may cause us more stress than they alleviate."
Liam Smith, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Each client possesses their own unique life experiences. These experiences may be valuable teachers, but experiencing emotional distress may also manifest into feelings of helplessness and frustration. Counseling is a collaboration and we will work together to bring you to a place of healing and peace. Life presents us with opportunities to choose new paths and create new visions and goals. In addition to being a psychologist, I am a certified life coach, certified health and wellness coach, and certified forest therapy guide. Whether you are seeking to address a personal issue or aspiring to achieve a goal, I'm here to help you."
(615) 488-8230
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"Each client possesses their own unique life experiences. These experiences may be valuable teachers, but experiencing emotional distress may also manifest into feelings of helplessness and frustration. Counseling is a collaboration and we will work together to bring you to a place of healing and peace. Life presents us with opportunities to choose new paths and create new visions and goals. In addition to being a psychologist, I am a certified life coach, certified health and wellness coach, and certified forest therapy guide. Whether you are seeking to address a personal issue or aspiring to achieve a goal, I'm here to help you."
Sandi Anders, Counselor
Counselor, MDiv, E-RYT, CSC, ACS
"As an AASECT Certified Sexuality Counselor working with individuals and couples, I combine evidence-based best practices with experience as a Tantric Sexuality Educator and practitioner, offering a supportive environment for thorough and constructive exploration of sexual matters. Questions and concerns may be talked about openly without fear of embarrassment or criticism. As a Mind-Body Psychotherapist, I help clients talk through issues and learn to utilize emotions as embodied resources for healing and growth, encouraging awareness of connection between body, mind, and spirit. My background as a pastoral psychotherapist and experience with body therapies such as yoga, breath-work, and meditation inform my work.."
(615) 800-7826
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"As an AASECT Certified Sexuality Counselor working with individuals and couples, I combine evidence-based best practices with experience as a Tantric Sexuality Educator and practitioner, offering a supportive environment for thorough and constructive exploration of sexual matters. Questions and concerns may be talked about openly without fear of embarrassment or criticism. As a Mind-Body Psychotherapist, I help clients talk through issues and learn to utilize emotions as embodied resources for healing and growth, encouraging awareness of connection between body, mind, and spirit. My background as a pastoral psychotherapist and experience with body therapies such as yoga, breath-work, and meditation inform my work.."
Rebecca Pearce, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people with anxiety (worry or panic), depression, grief, trauma, and trouble with eating patterns or body image. I help people who find themselves in a different world due to divorce, estrangement, coming out, or relocation. I also help those visited by the ongoing impact of another's addiction or of caring for a loved one who is sick. Whether in the midst of turbulence or motivated to reclaim your strength, you're in the right place to benefit from therapy."
(615) 454-9212
Verified
"I help people with anxiety (worry or panic), depression, grief, trauma, and trouble with eating patterns or body image. I help people who find themselves in a different world due to divorce, estrangement, coming out, or relocation. I also help those visited by the ongoing impact of another's addiction or of caring for a loved one who is sick. Whether in the midst of turbulence or motivated to reclaim your strength, you're in the right place to benefit from therapy."
Emily Neilson
LPC, MHSP, Temp
Verified by Psychology Today
"To me, the most important part of therapy lies in the relationship between the client and therapist. I have found that a fruitful therapeutic relationship is one based on trust, acceptance and compassion. In our work together, I will see you and accept you for who you are and what you bring with you. I believe you are the expert of your own experience. No one knows your story as well as you. In sessions, I will not tell you what to do, but instead listen and reflect back to you what I hear. From these reflections we may gain insight into your experience together and find ways to better manage life’s challenges."
(629) 206-9594
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"To me, the most important part of therapy lies in the relationship between the client and therapist. I have found that a fruitful therapeutic relationship is one based on trust, acceptance and compassion. In our work together, I will see you and accept you for who you are and what you bring with you. I believe you are the expert of your own experience. No one knows your story as well as you. In sessions, I will not tell you what to do, but instead listen and reflect back to you what I hear. From these reflections we may gain insight into your experience together and find ways to better manage life’s challenges."
Kristin Finch
MA, LPC, MHSP, (temp), NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is collaborative and relational. While woundings often occur in relationship, I also believe that healing happens in relationship. In navigating life woundings, we join together as a team to create safety, security, and trust in order to understand what brought you into the therapy. A firm believer in the power of discovering one’s own voice and core identity, my hope is that clients leave feeling more connected to the person they were created to be. A true extrovert and lover of conversation and exploration, I aim to have clients feel understood and heard. "
(615) 265-6678
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"My approach to therapy is collaborative and relational. While woundings often occur in relationship, I also believe that healing happens in relationship. In navigating life woundings, we join together as a team to create safety, security, and trust in order to understand what brought you into the therapy. A firm believer in the power of discovering one’s own voice and core identity, my hope is that clients leave feeling more connected to the person they were created to be. A true extrovert and lover of conversation and exploration, I aim to have clients feel understood and heard. "
Maritza Erazo, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, MHSP, RPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you constantly contradicting yourself? A part of you wants to grow and transform into your “true” self, but then you somehow feel as if you were self-sabotaging again. You question how you can work on yourself if you are the one also stopping the growth. Pablo Neruda’s poem "We Are Many" describes the internal conflict that many of us feel. As a psychotherapist, I noticed that my clients needed something more than just traditional talking therapies. This realization led me to be formally trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) that taught me that I can “befriend” the internal conflict and embrace it with love and compassion."
(615) 307-4092 x525
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"Are you constantly contradicting yourself? A part of you wants to grow and transform into your “true” self, but then you somehow feel as if you were self-sabotaging again. You question how you can work on yourself if you are the one also stopping the growth. Pablo Neruda’s poem "We Are Many" describes the internal conflict that many of us feel. As a psychotherapist, I noticed that my clients needed something more than just traditional talking therapies. This realization led me to be formally trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) that taught me that I can “befriend” the internal conflict and embrace it with love and compassion."
Ragan Graves, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My passion is to work with individuals and families who are struggling with life transitions, relationships, and emotional well-being. Currently, I work in a private practice where I primarily see adolescents and adult women. I use an integrative and collaborative approach to therapy, with the understanding that each individual is complex and unique. My goal is to meet clients where they are and to create a comfortable and safe place for growth, exploration and healing."
(615) 991-6250
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"My passion is to work with individuals and families who are struggling with life transitions, relationships, and emotional well-being. Currently, I work in a private practice where I primarily see adolescents and adult women. I use an integrative and collaborative approach to therapy, with the understanding that each individual is complex and unique. My goal is to meet clients where they are and to create a comfortable and safe place for growth, exploration and healing."
Brian S Poynter, Counselor
Counselor, LPC, MHSP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Utilizing the basic tenets of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I enjoy assisting those with a wide range of mental health issues. From acute illness such as Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder to change of life issues, this approach allows for permanent change to the the distorted thought process. My experience has been, and continues to be inpatient at a local psychiatric hospital as well as my private practice. I will work with your psychiatrist or medical provider as well as supportive members of your family/life to provide a more comprehensive approach to mental wellness."
(615) 442-7143
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"Utilizing the basic tenets of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I enjoy assisting those with a wide range of mental health issues. From acute illness such as Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder to change of life issues, this approach allows for permanent change to the the distorted thought process. My experience has been, and continues to be inpatient at a local psychiatric hospital as well as my private practice. I will work with your psychiatrist or medical provider as well as supportive members of your family/life to provide a more comprehensive approach to mental wellness."
Beth Nelson, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPC, MHSP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been a licensed counselor for eleven years and I have been in the helping profession for thirty years. Much of my experience is working with people who have experienced trauma, especially within relationships. I work best with individuals who are dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, and issues of empowerment. I feel you are the expert concerning your life. Maybe you just need some help exploring that. My style is not to give advice, but rather to provide a safe environment and relationship where you can feel free to grow and transform."
(615) 212-8002
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"I have been a licensed counselor for eleven years and I have been in the helping profession for thirty years. Much of my experience is working with people who have experienced trauma, especially within relationships. I work best with individuals who are dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, and issues of empowerment. I feel you are the expert concerning your life. Maybe you just need some help exploring that. My style is not to give advice, but rather to provide a safe environment and relationship where you can feel free to grow and transform."
Michele M Panucci, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you currently struggle with a painful or even traumatic past? I believe in active acceptance as the most effective path towards change. Through a focus on values, clients learn to accept a difficult past towards a vital life in the present. To their credit, most clients have already tried to "get rid of" difficulties before therapy. They typically make the decision when realizing that their well-worn coping tools don't work and they're overwhelmed. Ideal clients are ready to actively engage in a collaborative process challenging them to let go of control/avoidance strategies towards a committed life in the present."
(615) 502-3062
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"Do you currently struggle with a painful or even traumatic past? I believe in active acceptance as the most effective path towards change. Through a focus on values, clients learn to accept a difficult past towards a vital life in the present. To their credit, most clients have already tried to "get rid of" difficulties before therapy. They typically make the decision when realizing that their well-worn coping tools don't work and they're overwhelmed. Ideal clients are ready to actively engage in a collaborative process challenging them to let go of control/avoidance strategies towards a committed life in the present."
Secular Therapy Nashville, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Secular, agnostic, atheist, and generally non-religious clients are welcome here. It can be difficult to find a counselor who doesn't bring religion in to sessions. You may have been in counseling only to find the counselor brought religion in to session when you did not want them to. We can work through anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues in a supportive and non-judgmental setting."
(615) 970-7141
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"Secular, agnostic, atheist, and generally non-religious clients are welcome here. It can be difficult to find a counselor who doesn't bring religion in to sessions. You may have been in counseling only to find the counselor brought religion in to session when you did not want them to. We can work through anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues in a supportive and non-judgmental setting."
Elise Oehring, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, HSP
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a licensed psychologist, I provide evidence-based treatment to meet the individualized needs of each person. My approach to therapy starts with providing immediate tools for improvement while working to establish an authentic connection. Through this therapeutic connection, we can work together to examine what is contributing to your concerns in a manner that promotes healing and recovery. My primary areas of expertise include trauma recovery, dual-diagnoses, anxiety, depression, career counseling, phase of life changes, personality disorders, stress management, grief, and family conflict. "
(615) 205-0956
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"As a licensed psychologist, I provide evidence-based treatment to meet the individualized needs of each person. My approach to therapy starts with providing immediate tools for improvement while working to establish an authentic connection. Through this therapeutic connection, we can work together to examine what is contributing to your concerns in a manner that promotes healing and recovery. My primary areas of expertise include trauma recovery, dual-diagnoses, anxiety, depression, career counseling, phase of life changes, personality disorders, stress management, grief, and family conflict. "
Ira Helderman, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Together we will find the right path, and right set of practical tools, to help you overcome obstacles and become your best self. After over a decade-and-a-half working in mental health, I am skilled in the latest, evidence-based therapies available (e.g., Relational Mindfulness and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy). But no single approach works for all people at all times and, remaining flexible, we will create a safe therapeutic environment with the best combination of techniques that works for you. So many different psychotherapies exist today because there is no one approach that works at all times."
(615) 763-3960
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"Together we will find the right path, and right set of practical tools, to help you overcome obstacles and become your best self. After over a decade-and-a-half working in mental health, I am skilled in the latest, evidence-based therapies available (e.g., Relational Mindfulness and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy). But no single approach works for all people at all times and, remaining flexible, we will create a safe therapeutic environment with the best combination of techniques that works for you. So many different psychotherapies exist today because there is no one approach that works at all times."
Anna Settle, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Anna Settle is a Licensed Psychologist with a Health Services Provider designation who provides individual therapy, couples/marital therapy, group therapy, assessment, and consultation. She specializes in treating a variety of concerns including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, eating disorders, infertility, relationship/marital concerns, personality disorders, trauma/abuse, substance use issues, sexual issues, anger/irritability, stress management, career concerns, and treating those who desire personal growth. She is a certified Forensic Evaluator, conducts diagnostic and forensic assessments, and provides expert testimony in forensic cases."
(615) 412-1123
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"Dr. Anna Settle is a Licensed Psychologist with a Health Services Provider designation who provides individual therapy, couples/marital therapy, group therapy, assessment, and consultation. She specializes in treating a variety of concerns including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, eating disorders, infertility, relationship/marital concerns, personality disorders, trauma/abuse, substance use issues, sexual issues, anger/irritability, stress management, career concerns, and treating those who desire personal growth. She is a certified Forensic Evaluator, conducts diagnostic and forensic assessments, and provides expert testimony in forensic cases."
Cathy Hacker,
PhD, LPE
Verified by Psychology Today
"It takes a lot of courage to enter into psychotherapy. If you are looking at this website, you may be in quite a bit of emotional or relational pain, wondering where to get relief. Choosing a therapist can be a little overwhelming! I work with couples and individual clients, many who have suffered anxiety and depression, grief, trauma, addiction, painful relationships, and eating disorders. Because of life experience as well as extensive training, I can offer practical tools that can help relieve you now as well as long after you leave my office. Contact me, I will try to answer any questions you may have."
(615) 956-2169
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"It takes a lot of courage to enter into psychotherapy. If you are looking at this website, you may be in quite a bit of emotional or relational pain, wondering where to get relief. Choosing a therapist can be a little overwhelming! I work with couples and individual clients, many who have suffered anxiety and depression, grief, trauma, addiction, painful relationships, and eating disorders. Because of life experience as well as extensive training, I can offer practical tools that can help relieve you now as well as long after you leave my office. Contact me, I will try to answer any questions you may have."
Julia A McAninch, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My specialty areas include trauma and PTSD (rape, child abuse, domestic violence, neglect, emotional abuse, car accidents and other accidents, combat exposure, and other violent crimes); relationship issues (couples therapy, recovering from affairs, LGBT couples, family conflict); sexuality (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning concerns, sexual performance, diverse sexual expression); gender (women's issues, men's issues, transgender issues); identity exploration (college students, multicultural populations, career changes); mood disorders (depression and anxiety); along with other areas of concern. Please go to www.mcaninchpsychological.com to see more."
(615) 208-7104
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"My specialty areas include trauma and PTSD (rape, child abuse, domestic violence, neglect, emotional abuse, car accidents and other accidents, combat exposure, and other violent crimes); relationship issues (couples therapy, recovering from affairs, LGBT couples, family conflict); sexuality (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning concerns, sexual performance, diverse sexual expression); gender (women's issues, men's issues, transgender issues); identity exploration (college students, multicultural populations, career changes); mood disorders (depression and anxiety); along with other areas of concern. Please go to www.mcaninchpsychological.com to see more."
Philip Chanin, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD, ABPP, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my 42 years of practice as a psychologist, in Tennessee, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire, I have had the honor and privilege of working with so many patients on their paths of exploration, personal growth, and healing. My approach is grounded in psychodynamic, existential, and Buddhist theories, with a focus on integrating mindfulness and compassion with self and others. It is my belief that the quality of the psychotherapy relationship between therapist and patient is the principal healing force in treatment. Thus, I do my best to form a good and ethical therapeutic relationship with each of my patients."
(615) 656-7188
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"In my 42 years of practice as a psychologist, in Tennessee, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire, I have had the honor and privilege of working with so many patients on their paths of exploration, personal growth, and healing. My approach is grounded in psychodynamic, existential, and Buddhist theories, with a focus on integrating mindfulness and compassion with self and others. It is my belief that the quality of the psychotherapy relationship between therapist and patient is the principal healing force in treatment. Thus, I do my best to form a good and ethical therapeutic relationship with each of my patients."
Meg Bearman, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPCMHSP, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life! Sometimes it makes us feel overwhelmed, fearful, sad, and stuck. Perhaps you are merely "holding it all together" or feel like you are barely able to maintain a sense of balance each day. Experiencing stressful transitions, overwhelming thoughts, feelings and emotions does not have to be endured alone. I invite you to take the first step into a safe space where the healing process begins together. Our goal is for you to live your best life, by being your most authentic self! "
(615) 645-2803
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"Life! Sometimes it makes us feel overwhelmed, fearful, sad, and stuck. Perhaps you are merely "holding it all together" or feel like you are barely able to maintain a sense of balance each day. Experiencing stressful transitions, overwhelming thoughts, feelings and emotions does not have to be endured alone. I invite you to take the first step into a safe space where the healing process begins together. Our goal is for you to live your best life, by being your most authentic self! "

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