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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC, EFT-C, EFT-SC
Verified by Psychology Today
Joplin, Missouri 64804
"We all get wounded in the battles of life -- some of us in tragically dramatic ways, and others of us bleed through the piercings of a hundred small injuries. Let me help you get to the core of the struggles and back on the road to living your life again. Perhaps it is an addiction you can't seem to get rid of, or that haunting sense of inadequacy or loneliness. It may be anxiety or depression, gender identity issues, or past trauma. Maybe for you a relationship you value has have become difficult or painful."
Adoption
Borderline Personality
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(417) 208-9498
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Joplin, Missouri 64804
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Adoption
Borderline Personality
AEDP
"We all get wounded in the battles of life -- some of us in tragically dramatic ways, and others of us bleed through the piercings of a hundred small injuries. Let me help you get to the core of the struggles and back on the road to living your life again. Perhaps it is an addiction you can't seem to get rid of, or that haunting sense of inadequacy or loneliness. It may be anxiety or depression, gender identity issues, or past trauma. Maybe for you a relationship you value has have become difficult or painful."
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Coulter Somes,
MS, S-MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Challenge: Ask me if I can assist with your struggle, concern or situation...if it falls outside my scope, I'll find you the right person. My approach to therapy consists of traveling with my clients through whatever ordeal or emotions present themselves on any given day while helping you gain insight. The second you walk through my door, I’m on your team. My relationship with you is paramount. Allow me to help where I can. "
(816) 605-6678
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"Challenge: Ask me if I can assist with your struggle, concern or situation...if it falls outside my scope, I'll find you the right person. My approach to therapy consists of traveling with my clients through whatever ordeal or emotions present themselves on any given day while helping you gain insight. The second you walk through my door, I’m on your team. My relationship with you is paramount. Allow me to help where I can. "
Shelby Finley
MA, PLCP, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today
Raytown, Missouri 64133
"I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional with an interest in emotional regulation. I practice Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in many of my sessions in order to achieve regulation. My practice involves a great deal of mindfulness as well. I work with a wide variety of clients on concerns such as trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, self esteem, major life changes, and psychosis. I additionally offer an 8 week mindfulness program for chronic pain. My clients usually leave each session with a new coping skill to try in order to achieve their goals. "
(833) 256-3060
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Raytown, Missouri 64133
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"I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional with an interest in emotional regulation. I practice Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in many of my sessions in order to achieve regulation. My practice involves a great deal of mindfulness as well. I work with a wide variety of clients on concerns such as trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, self esteem, major life changes, and psychosis. I additionally offer an 8 week mindfulness program for chronic pain. My clients usually leave each session with a new coping skill to try in order to achieve their goals. "
Linda Kramer, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, MA, ATR
"Do you struggle with saying how you feel? Do you have a hard time finding the right words to express your thoughts, emotions, and experiences? I don't clearly understand what I am thinking (and feeling) until I see what I have drawn. ~ Author Unknown. Individuals who have trouble connecting with their feelings may find art therapy valuable. Art therapy helps adults and teenagers as well as children communicate emotions. Art therapy is a unique way to help you reach a happier, more fulfilling life. I, Linda seek to be warm, engaging, supportive, understanding, and nonjudgmental."
(816) 873-8208
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"Do you struggle with saying how you feel? Do you have a hard time finding the right words to express your thoughts, emotions, and experiences? I don't clearly understand what I am thinking (and feeling) until I see what I have drawn. ~ Author Unknown. Individuals who have trouble connecting with their feelings may find art therapy valuable. Art therapy helps adults and teenagers as well as children communicate emotions. Art therapy is a unique way to help you reach a happier, more fulfilling life. I, Linda seek to be warm, engaging, supportive, understanding, and nonjudgmental."
Merritt Benz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is messy but good therapy ends and should not last a lifetime. I want to hear your story, just as it is, no edits, no additions, no glossy finish. Lasting change requires work, it isn't always easy, but when we avoid our stories, that's when they define us. No matter what your "it" is. Asking for help means believing you are more than your struggles. The first step is to show up and say, "I don't want to do this alone anymore" Change does happen and experience matters- both yours and mine."
(816) 396-8013
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"Life is messy but good therapy ends and should not last a lifetime. I want to hear your story, just as it is, no edits, no additions, no glossy finish. Lasting change requires work, it isn't always easy, but when we avoid our stories, that's when they define us. No matter what your "it" is. Asking for help means believing you are more than your struggles. The first step is to show up and say, "I don't want to do this alone anymore" Change does happen and experience matters- both yours and mine."
The Authentic Mens Group
Verified by Psychology Today
"The Authentic Men’s Group (AMG) — a non profit organization devoted to making men’s mental health and personal growth a priority. AMG is passionate about creating a guilt free environment for all men. Through group coaching and by promoting 100% authenticity and self acceptance men get to know and experience that they are not alone, a good man and enough. Each coach and group is devoted to listening to not only what is said— but the truths rooted beneath those words. Those truths are then explored and applied to every day life and circumstances. "
(417) 765-0336
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"The Authentic Men’s Group (AMG) — a non profit organization devoted to making men’s mental health and personal growth a priority. AMG is passionate about creating a guilt free environment for all men. Through group coaching and by promoting 100% authenticity and self acceptance men get to know and experience that they are not alone, a good man and enough. Each coach and group is devoted to listening to not only what is said— but the truths rooted beneath those words. Those truths are then explored and applied to every day life and circumstances. "
Jason Duchinsky, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Developing a deeper understanding of your emotional experience is critical to making meaningful, informed choices versus automatically responding from fear and anxiety. My role in the therapeutic process is akin to guide. Recommending, encouraging, questioning, witnessing you seek to find the best possible expression of your unique wholeness. This is a universal goal. The process of realizing it can be impeded by the painful things that happen to us during the course of living. Establishing heartful awareness of these corresponding psychological realities can place life events in a new, useful, increasingly integral life story."
(314) 310-2808
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Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Developing a deeper understanding of your emotional experience is critical to making meaningful, informed choices versus automatically responding from fear and anxiety. My role in the therapeutic process is akin to guide. Recommending, encouraging, questioning, witnessing you seek to find the best possible expression of your unique wholeness. This is a universal goal. The process of realizing it can be impeded by the painful things that happen to us during the course of living. Establishing heartful awareness of these corresponding psychological realities can place life events in a new, useful, increasingly integral life story."
Jennifer Wainscott, Counselor
Counselor, MA, PLPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Everyone has a story, and every story is complex. Maybe you feel exhausted, stuck, alone, or anxious. Maybe you've hit another difficult patch and you're uncertain of where to turn. Maybe your relationships feel harder than they used to, or perhaps you're tired of experiencing chronic shame. The good news is that life doesn't have to be this way forever; real change is possible. Your struggles and your pain are real, and I want you to know that my office is a safe place where we can explore healing together."
(314) 310-1207 x8
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"Everyone has a story, and every story is complex. Maybe you feel exhausted, stuck, alone, or anxious. Maybe you've hit another difficult patch and you're uncertain of where to turn. Maybe your relationships feel harder than they used to, or perhaps you're tired of experiencing chronic shame. The good news is that life doesn't have to be this way forever; real change is possible. Your struggles and your pain are real, and I want you to know that my office is a safe place where we can explore healing together."
Larry E Shapiro, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals from 15 years of age and up at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute as a member of the Center for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders. Ideally, patients are interested in action-oriented, collaborative therapy who are willing to put in time and effort between clinical sessions to improve their condition or situation. I provide psychologically informed coaching for those individuals who are functioning well, but want to be better at work and life. I offer Financial Therapy for individuals and families who recognize that financial independence and prosperity are driven more by psychology than by markets."
(314) 596-9130
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"I work with individuals from 15 years of age and up at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute as a member of the Center for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders. Ideally, patients are interested in action-oriented, collaborative therapy who are willing to put in time and effort between clinical sessions to improve their condition or situation. I provide psychologically informed coaching for those individuals who are functioning well, but want to be better at work and life. I offer Financial Therapy for individuals and families who recognize that financial independence and prosperity are driven more by psychology than by markets."
Nicole A Burnett, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, RPT, CATP, NBCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"If phrases like "I don't know what's wrong," "I can't be happy," or "I am hopeless," taunt you or someone you love regularly, then you are ready to make a decision to create change. No matter your age, whether you are a parent or child, I empathize with where you are and commend you for making it to this point. I primarily counsel children and their families. My role is to help each person understand the core of their frustration and based on the needs of the individual and the family, help members identify and implement change."
(314) 736-3222
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Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"If phrases like "I don't know what's wrong," "I can't be happy," or "I am hopeless," taunt you or someone you love regularly, then you are ready to make a decision to create change. No matter your age, whether you are a parent or child, I empathize with where you are and commend you for making it to this point. I primarily counsel children and their families. My role is to help each person understand the core of their frustration and based on the needs of the individual and the family, help members identify and implement change."
A. Monique Burns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, ACSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My passion is in helping individuals and families identify healthy solutions to life's challenges. Obstacles are a part of life and more often than not, it is just a matter of reframing the situations and strategizing to find an attainable path. Through sensitive and collaborative goal-setting, we will work to identify the most effective methods in reaching your goals. Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have."
(317) 418-9149
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"My passion is in helping individuals and families identify healthy solutions to life's challenges. Obstacles are a part of life and more often than not, it is just a matter of reframing the situations and strategizing to find an attainable path. Through sensitive and collaborative goal-setting, we will work to identify the most effective methods in reaching your goals. Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have."
Karen Mees, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hope can make a difference when we don't feel well. I work with individuals and couples experiencing emotional difficulty, relationship challenges or mental health concerns. My clinical focus is depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, relationship trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, complicated grief and marriage counseling. As a Christian therapist, I am sensitive to the role faith plays in healing. I can offer the integration of Christianity and clinical psychology if this is your desire. You don't have to face difficult times alone. There is hope and help!"
(816) 406-2462
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"Hope can make a difference when we don't feel well. I work with individuals and couples experiencing emotional difficulty, relationship challenges or mental health concerns. My clinical focus is depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, relationship trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, complicated grief and marriage counseling. As a Christian therapist, I am sensitive to the role faith plays in healing. I can offer the integration of Christianity and clinical psychology if this is your desire. You don't have to face difficult times alone. There is hope and help!"
Tara Forrester, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Ozark, Missouri 65721
"I enjoy working with individuals, families, and couples in all walks of life. Whether they are struggling with anxiety, depression, grief or trauma. I am thankful to be a small part in providing a safe place to help clients discover the skills they already possess to heal and live a healthier life. "
(417) 551-6110 x1
Verified
Ozark, Missouri 65721
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"I enjoy working with individuals, families, and couples in all walks of life. Whether they are struggling with anxiety, depression, grief or trauma. I am thankful to be a small part in providing a safe place to help clients discover the skills they already possess to heal and live a healthier life. "
EMDR Training Center, LLC, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"From Adversity to New Life. While often it is our daily reactions that make us what change, neurobiological research now proves that past traumatic experiences cause damage to the brain. EMDR Therapy helps clients to process and overcome a multitude of difficult life experiences and regain healthy thinking and functioning."
(636) 238-5782
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"From Adversity to New Life. While often it is our daily reactions that make us what change, neurobiological research now proves that past traumatic experiences cause damage to the brain. EMDR Therapy helps clients to process and overcome a multitude of difficult life experiences and regain healthy thinking and functioning."
Natalie Akins, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, ATR, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you searching for support and need to work through some changes in your life? I am an art therapist and licensed professional counselor in the state of Missouri. I work with adolescents and adults. I provide individual and family therapy. I have worked with people of all ages living with many daily and complex issues. I have a nonjudgmental approach and practice art therapy and counseling through multiple modalities and media that best fit your needs."
(660) 235-3335
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"Are you searching for support and need to work through some changes in your life? I am an art therapist and licensed professional counselor in the state of Missouri. I work with adolescents and adults. I provide individual and family therapy. I have worked with people of all ages living with many daily and complex issues. I have a nonjudgmental approach and practice art therapy and counseling through multiple modalities and media that best fit your needs."
Emily Anderson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Your pain is valid and your pain is real. Are you tired of pretending that “everything is fine” when you are deeply hurting inside? Are you tried of wearing a mask and keeping parts of yourself hidden? Is your body trying to tell you about the pain it has experienced? In my office, all of you is welcome. You get to bring the stuck, confused, and unfiltered parts of you. It is a space where you can be vulnerable and authentic. Sometimes, the stories we have told ourselves are wrong. Maybe your childhood wasn’t as great as you told yourself it was. Maybe there were things you experienced that were really not okay. You are not alone."
(816) 203-2309
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"Your pain is valid and your pain is real. Are you tired of pretending that “everything is fine” when you are deeply hurting inside? Are you tried of wearing a mask and keeping parts of yourself hidden? Is your body trying to tell you about the pain it has experienced? In my office, all of you is welcome. You get to bring the stuck, confused, and unfiltered parts of you. It is a space where you can be vulnerable and authentic. Sometimes, the stories we have told ourselves are wrong. Maybe your childhood wasn’t as great as you told yourself it was. Maybe there were things you experienced that were really not okay. You are not alone."
Holly L. Ramaeker, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Raytown, Missouri 64133
"Life is a journey, a journey that is most difficult when traveled alone. I strive to walk with clients on their path towards healing and happiness. Working from a client-centered approach, it is essential for me to understand each client as an individual to develop trust and a partnership in therapy. Relationships, trauma, careers and other stressors take a toll on a person's ability to flourish. I believe that each person has potential for growth from those experiences. My goal is to help you regain your footing on your path to living a full and vibrant life."
(816) 892-2112
Verified
Raytown, Missouri 64133
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"Life is a journey, a journey that is most difficult when traveled alone. I strive to walk with clients on their path towards healing and happiness. Working from a client-centered approach, it is essential for me to understand each client as an individual to develop trust and a partnership in therapy. Relationships, trauma, careers and other stressors take a toll on a person's ability to flourish. I believe that each person has potential for growth from those experiences. My goal is to help you regain your footing on your path to living a full and vibrant life."
Barbara J Dickerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are in a difficult time in your life and are experiencing emotional pain, you may be ready to make personal changes. Your past experiences and your reactions to those experiences make you who you are, which makes perfect sense. We can't always stay the same and move on in our lives. I am a directive, involved, compassionate, experienced therapist who is willing to provide insight, options, and perspective to help you resolve individual, marital, family issues."
(913) 601-7146 x49
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"If you are in a difficult time in your life and are experiencing emotional pain, you may be ready to make personal changes. Your past experiences and your reactions to those experiences make you who you are, which makes perfect sense. We can't always stay the same and move on in our lives. I am a directive, involved, compassionate, experienced therapist who is willing to provide insight, options, and perspective to help you resolve individual, marital, family issues."
Connie Knox, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Congratulations! You've already begun the therapeutic process. My approach to counseling is to create an active partnership between client and therapist. Here's how it works. The Initial Session allows us to: 1. Talk about your concerns and what you hope to achieve in therapy 2. Give you insight into how the therapy process works 3. Help you decide whether you feel comfortable working with me 4. Determine whether my services are appropriate for your concerns 5. Review my office policies, privacy and confidentiality and other issues."
(636) 548-0941
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"Congratulations! You've already begun the therapeutic process. My approach to counseling is to create an active partnership between client and therapist. Here's how it works. The Initial Session allows us to: 1. Talk about your concerns and what you hope to achieve in therapy 2. Give you insight into how the therapy process works 3. Help you decide whether you feel comfortable working with me 4. Determine whether my services are appropriate for your concerns 5. Review my office policies, privacy and confidentiality and other issues."
Zach Engler, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My job is to help empower you or your child/family/significant-other to find a solution to the problems you are facing; whether it be job or family related, relationship issues or you just need somebody to talk to and listen, I am here. Call or e-mail me."
(417) 815-1931
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"My job is to help empower you or your child/family/significant-other to find a solution to the problems you are facing; whether it be job or family related, relationship issues or you just need somebody to talk to and listen, I am here. Call or e-mail me."

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If you're looking for adoption counseling in Oak Grove or help with an adoption in Oak Grove or for an Oak Grove adoption therapist, these professionals provide adoption support and adoption counseling. They include adoption therapists, adoption psychologists and adoption counselors in Oak Grove. They can help you coping with adoption in Oak Grove, they can support adopting families and provide child counseling for the adopted child (or adopted children) or foster child (or foster children).

They provide Oak Grove family counseling for the adoption process, understanding of international adoption and help for adoptive kids, adopted children and adoptive families.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Oak Grove are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Oak Grove you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Oak Grove and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Oak Grove or family therapy in Oak Grove.


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