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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Is anxiety, grief, anger, or despair challenging your emotional well-being, your relationships? Work or school? If current stressors or the "remembrance of things past" leave you feeling disheartened, fatigued, or overwhelmed, you’re not alone! We’re all somewhere on this spectrum. We can compost the complexity that comes with being human. I can help you emotionally regulate your nervous system, and gain insight, resiliency, & beneficial coping skills: you can experience the happiness you want! I truly believe that help begins by reaching out, and I’m glad you’re here. I invite you to call to ask me about how I can help."
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(737) 204-5960
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"Is anxiety, grief, anger, or despair challenging your emotional well-being, your relationships? Work or school? If current stressors or the "remembrance of things past" leave you feeling disheartened, fatigued, or overwhelmed, you’re not alone! We’re all somewhere on this spectrum. We can compost the complexity that comes with being human. I can help you emotionally regulate your nervous system, and gain insight, resiliency, & beneficial coping skills: you can experience the happiness you want! I truly believe that help begins by reaching out, and I’m glad you’re here. I invite you to call to ask me about how I can help."
Therapy In Color, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy In Color consist of therapists of color, life-coaches of color, and other culturally competent healers. Therapy In Color was created because WE needed a safe-haven for us. For us- it was bigger than an online library of people. We wanted to build a community. We wanted a village of people ready to offer services that inspire people to live their best lives. We decided to no longer dream about the possibilities but to create them. "
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(469) 754-8375
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"Therapy In Color consist of therapists of color, life-coaches of color, and other culturally competent healers. Therapy In Color was created because WE needed a safe-haven for us. For us- it was bigger than an online library of people. We wanted to build a community. We wanted a village of people ready to offer services that inspire people to live their best lives. We decided to no longer dream about the possibilities but to create them. "
Dugan Psychotherapy, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I aim at supporting individuals and couples who want to learn about themselves, build healthier relationships, be more emotionally present, and cope more successfully. I believe that through self- exploration and learning about our relationships, we promote growth, peace, and healing in our lives, thus building more fulfilling connections with others. I aim to help you find ways to improve your life and your relationships. If you are dealing with issues related to family conflict, relationships, GLBTQ issues, spirituality, or anxiety; I believe I would be a good fit for you."
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(512) 960-1644
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"I aim at supporting individuals and couples who want to learn about themselves, build healthier relationships, be more emotionally present, and cope more successfully. I believe that through self- exploration and learning about our relationships, we promote growth, peace, and healing in our lives, thus building more fulfilling connections with others. I aim to help you find ways to improve your life and your relationships. If you are dealing with issues related to family conflict, relationships, GLBTQ issues, spirituality, or anxiety; I believe I would be a good fit for you."
Ashley Boynton
Ph.D.
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AEDP
(512) 872-2488
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Audra Tolbert-Martin, LPC Video Telehealth Therapy, Counselor
Counselor, MFA, MA, LPC, NCC, ATR-P
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a Jungian oriented Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Texas. I specialize in relationships, adult attachment anxiety, codependency, childhood trauma (emotional neglect, alcoholism, narcissistic parenting), and major life transitions (times in a person's life which call for deep self-evaluation). I use humor, empathy, and alternative methods of healing to help you find your own path in life! While life is at times a Tragi-Comedy, we can walk through the fire and free ourselves from the grips of anxiety, inner criticism and fear of loss. "
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(646) 762-0368
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"I'm a Jungian oriented Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Texas. I specialize in relationships, adult attachment anxiety, codependency, childhood trauma (emotional neglect, alcoholism, narcissistic parenting), and major life transitions (times in a person's life which call for deep self-evaluation). I use humor, empathy, and alternative methods of healing to help you find your own path in life! While life is at times a Tragi-Comedy, we can walk through the fire and free ourselves from the grips of anxiety, inner criticism and fear of loss. "
Hanly Banks Callahan, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a depth-centered psychotherapist, my mission is to help you better understand and connect with the realest self that you are-the self that has a profound ability to know exactly how to live a life of meaning and fulfillment. Awareness always precedes change, and a large chunk of the work in therapy with me involves slowing down and noticing internal processes. Here we have an opportunity to disrupt beliefs that may be contributing to conflict in relationships, stagnation in life goals, and unwanted habits. I believe that symptoms are just signs of the psyche's attempt towards healing, and we're here to find out what that means."
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(512) 357-7916
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"As a depth-centered psychotherapist, my mission is to help you better understand and connect with the realest self that you are-the self that has a profound ability to know exactly how to live a life of meaning and fulfillment. Awareness always precedes change, and a large chunk of the work in therapy with me involves slowing down and noticing internal processes. Here we have an opportunity to disrupt beliefs that may be contributing to conflict in relationships, stagnation in life goals, and unwanted habits. I believe that symptoms are just signs of the psyche's attempt towards healing, and we're here to find out what that means."
Harley Steen Psychotherapy, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My deepest professional aspiration is to enable others to discover their own motivations for change and to find within themselves the ability to take responsibility for their thought life and thus find the power to take actions and thereby make dramatic and transformative changes in their lives. In working with individuals, couples, and groups, my aim is to foster self-esteem, coping skills and encourage building positive and supportive relationships. I work with individual clients, couples, and lead weekly therapy groups. Deep lasting change that is already beginning iswithin your grasp. Reach out, I'd be honored to work with you."
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(737) 210-3713
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"My deepest professional aspiration is to enable others to discover their own motivations for change and to find within themselves the ability to take responsibility for their thought life and thus find the power to take actions and thereby make dramatic and transformative changes in their lives. In working with individuals, couples, and groups, my aim is to foster self-esteem, coping skills and encourage building positive and supportive relationships. I work with individual clients, couples, and lead weekly therapy groups. Deep lasting change that is already beginning iswithin your grasp. Reach out, I'd be honored to work with you."
Sheilah Murphy, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"EVENINGS AVAILABLE. Are you worried about your relationship? Does it feel like the ease, joy and close connection you experienced early on is becoming a distant memory? I specialize in helping couples and individuals achieve the awareness, skills, emotional agility and healing that will enable you to have the secure and supportive relationship you want and deserve. Is conflict increasing, sex decreasing? Is there more complaining, fighting and withdrawal than feeling understood, appreciated and respected? Are underlying problems of anxiety, issues from childhood and loss of trust compounding stressors like kids, finances & in-laws?"
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(512) 598-5240
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"EVENINGS AVAILABLE. Are you worried about your relationship? Does it feel like the ease, joy and close connection you experienced early on is becoming a distant memory? I specialize in helping couples and individuals achieve the awareness, skills, emotional agility and healing that will enable you to have the secure and supportive relationship you want and deserve. Is conflict increasing, sex decreasing? Is there more complaining, fighting and withdrawal than feeling understood, appreciated and respected? Are underlying problems of anxiety, issues from childhood and loss of trust compounding stressors like kids, finances & in-laws?"
Laura Caslin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"You may feel stuck and ready for a change. You may have used your intelligence, motivation or creativity to succeed in the past, but something isn't working as well right now. You may feel disconnected in your relationships and overwhelmed by your emotions. Maybe you're very hard on yourself or have difficulty making decisions. I can help you learn to trust yourself, increase self-compassion, and improve your relationships. Therapy is a process of getting to know yourself and your strengths. Together, we can help you decide what you really want and develop steps to meet your goals."
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(512) 337-4887
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"You may feel stuck and ready for a change. You may have used your intelligence, motivation or creativity to succeed in the past, but something isn't working as well right now. You may feel disconnected in your relationships and overwhelmed by your emotions. Maybe you're very hard on yourself or have difficulty making decisions. I can help you learn to trust yourself, increase self-compassion, and improve your relationships. Therapy is a process of getting to know yourself and your strengths. Together, we can help you decide what you really want and develop steps to meet your goals."
Rachel Hanss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you in a relationship where you can't stand to stay but can't bear to leave? Or, has a past relationship left you wondering what went wrong? Do you want to enrich a good relationship? Are you deciding if your relationship can be saved? You are not alone. I'd like to help. Asking questions and making decisions about relationships can be difficult and scary."
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(512) 523-5262
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"Are you in a relationship where you can't stand to stay but can't bear to leave? Or, has a past relationship left you wondering what went wrong? Do you want to enrich a good relationship? Are you deciding if your relationship can be saved? You are not alone. I'd like to help. Asking questions and making decisions about relationships can be difficult and scary."
Susan Keeler, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Yes, I am accepting new clients! Are you confused because outwardly your life looks okay or even great, but inwardly you feel empty, lonely, depressed, or like you might never be really happy? Have you had relationship difficulties and wonder at times whether close relationships are even worth it? Are you going through a tough transition, perhaps triggered by a loss? It could be the loss of an important relationship, loss of meaning in your work, or some other painful loss. If you relate to any of these situations, I can help. "
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(737) 210-3949
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"Yes, I am accepting new clients! Are you confused because outwardly your life looks okay or even great, but inwardly you feel empty, lonely, depressed, or like you might never be really happy? Have you had relationship difficulties and wonder at times whether close relationships are even worth it? Are you going through a tough transition, perhaps triggered by a loss? It could be the loss of an important relationship, loss of meaning in your work, or some other painful loss. If you relate to any of these situations, I can help. "
Sara Miller, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Struggles with infertility, pregnancy loss, or birth trauma—or difficulties adjusting to life after baby—can leave you feeling isolated and alone in a world that caters to families. This loss of your imagined future can break your heart. And it's hard to grieve a dream when others don't even see your loss. "
Gay
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(737) 204-8220
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Gay
AEDP
"Struggles with infertility, pregnancy loss, or birth trauma—or difficulties adjusting to life after baby—can leave you feeling isolated and alone in a world that caters to families. This loss of your imagined future can break your heart. And it's hard to grieve a dream when others don't even see your loss. "
Jenna L. Yarema, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons. Perhaps you struggle with unwanted behavior patterns or difficulties in your relationships. Maybe you’re challenged by overwhelming emotions or struggle to know what you’re feeling at all. Or maybe you’re having trouble adjusting to new circumstances or making a big decision. These problems in living and many others may respond well to psychotherapy."
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AEDP
(512) 518-4765
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AEDP
"People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons. Perhaps you struggle with unwanted behavior patterns or difficulties in your relationships. Maybe you’re challenged by overwhelming emotions or struggle to know what you’re feeling at all. Or maybe you’re having trouble adjusting to new circumstances or making a big decision. These problems in living and many others may respond well to psychotherapy."
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Delma Z Garza, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, LCDC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am bilingual. I have 10 years of experience. I will help you establish goals based on your needs and provide you with skills to accomplish them. I am a supportive and nurturing therapist. I provide an environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without reservation or fear of judgment. I empower those who come to share their struggles or issues, so they may continue their lives with peace of mind and solace. You will not only find a compassionate listener in me, but also find a proactive partner to assist you in implementing skills needed to help you live a fulfilling daily life."
(281) 816-3124
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"I am bilingual. I have 10 years of experience. I will help you establish goals based on your needs and provide you with skills to accomplish them. I am a supportive and nurturing therapist. I provide an environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without reservation or fear of judgment. I empower those who come to share their struggles or issues, so they may continue their lives with peace of mind and solace. You will not only find a compassionate listener in me, but also find a proactive partner to assist you in implementing skills needed to help you live a fulfilling daily life."
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
(833) 968-0646
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Fran Ferguson,
CGRS, Coach, Mentor
"Moving Beyond Loss is a compelling step-by-step program for adults who have endured painful events, personally or professionally, and been unable to regain a sense of well-being. Whether a loss occurred recently or long ago... is tangible, such as a death, partnership or job... or intangible, such as loss of Trust, Purpose or Health ... in 8 private sessions you can gain a new perspective on your present circumstances and a solid framework for resolving the competing thoughts and feelings that are impacting your ability to participate fully and freely in your life, your work, and your relationships."
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"Moving Beyond Loss is a compelling step-by-step program for adults who have endured painful events, personally or professionally, and been unable to regain a sense of well-being. Whether a loss occurred recently or long ago... is tangible, such as a death, partnership or job... or intangible, such as loss of Trust, Purpose or Health ... in 8 private sessions you can gain a new perspective on your present circumstances and a solid framework for resolving the competing thoughts and feelings that are impacting your ability to participate fully and freely in your life, your work, and your relationships."
Melissa Estes, Counselor
Counselor, LPC-S, LMFT-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you wish that there was someone compassionate that could help you and be there for you? I can help you. It's never too late to get help or seek change. There is hope. I can help you find inner peace and happiness. My passion is helping children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are looking to develop solutions to improve their life circumstances. I’m accepting new interns. I also offer virtual and phone sessions. "
(281) 843-9189
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"Do you wish that there was someone compassionate that could help you and be there for you? I can help you. It's never too late to get help or seek change. There is hope. I can help you find inner peace and happiness. My passion is helping children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are looking to develop solutions to improve their life circumstances. I’m accepting new interns. I also offer virtual and phone sessions. "
Erick Lenert, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"The mission of my professional life is to change and improve the quality of people's lives so that they will get more satisfaction from their personal, family and work relationships. My education and years of experience help me to form a therapeutic alliance with clients, find solutions and build strengths to maintain the personal growth they achieve. I believe that treating anxiety, depression and trauma is a collaborative process that is achieved by a variety of best practice techniques based on both science and common sense."
(903) 560-4055
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"The mission of my professional life is to change and improve the quality of people's lives so that they will get more satisfaction from their personal, family and work relationships. My education and years of experience help me to form a therapeutic alliance with clients, find solutions and build strengths to maintain the personal growth they achieve. I believe that treating anxiety, depression and trauma is a collaborative process that is achieved by a variety of best practice techniques based on both science and common sense."
TTE Sports Psychology (in-home), Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor
Verified by Psychology Today
"TTE is not a traditional counseling practice. We're a sports psychology firm that comes to you. We have taken traditional counseling out of the office and we go to all of our clients. Our clients are athletes, coaches, and their families of all ages, all levels, and all sports. We approach sports psychology using our Mind-Behavior Analysis (MBA) framework. This approach allows us to determine the root issues impacting our clients' sport performance and work with them directly on those issues which will have a natural benefit to improving their athletic and coaching performance."
(214) 253-8466
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"TTE is not a traditional counseling practice. We're a sports psychology firm that comes to you. We have taken traditional counseling out of the office and we go to all of our clients. Our clients are athletes, coaches, and their families of all ages, all levels, and all sports. We approach sports psychology using our Mind-Behavior Analysis (MBA) framework. This approach allows us to determine the root issues impacting our clients' sport performance and work with them directly on those issues which will have a natural benefit to improving their athletic and coaching performance."
Marki L McMillan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
(832) 990-8789
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