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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, DCSW
Almost all of us struggle, from time to time, with worry, unhappiness, self-hate, despair and anger. With too many negative feelings, our interpersonal lives can become conflicted and dysfunctional. We may lose our friends, job, or even our life partner, Further, we may turn to any number of drugs or behaviors to try to manage our pain. Psychotherapy helps us to understand, cope with, and even change our painful feelings and behaviors. The goal is to enjoy and engage in life more fully, and move towards the goals that will give our lives meaning and value.
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC
I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, and self esteem concerns. I also specialize in helping individuals of all ages cope with emotional strains that may come with experiencing chronic health conditions. No matter what you are facing in life, times of transition or adjustments in life can be stressful and overwhelming and having someone walk along side you on your journey can help you unlock your full potential.
Office is near:Edwardsville, IL 62025
Counselor, MBA, LCPC
I work well with clients undergoing a variety of mood and anxiety disorders. I approach treatment in an individual and personalized manner utilizing anxiety, panic and trauma reducing, depth therapy. The most appropriate client is one who is open to finding their answers and healing in a calm, self-paced environment free of discrimination and judgment. All clients have the ability to eventually become their own therapist and I am prepared and eager to help you find the strengths that are sometimes very difficult to see.
Forsyth, IL 62535
Counselor, LCPC, CCTP-II
Healthy Strides is a unique private psychotherapy practices that offers sessions in the traditional office setting or in the barn using horses as a modality for treatment. Our practitioners were recruited for their excellence and diverse skill sets. We work extensively with teens and families as well as adults and children as young as eight years old.
Forsyth, IL 62535
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Has stress become overwhelming? Do your relationships seem to be stuck in a negative loop? Have you been feeling uncomfortable in the skin that you are in? I am happy that you are here, you are in the right place. You have the right to be free from pressure and negativity. You have the right to live the life that you know that you deserve, and I will be happy to help you achieve that. You do not have to allow stress, poor relationships, self-esteem issues, or trauma from your past to have the final say.
Springfield, IL 62711
Live Well Counseling Services, LLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
We work with a variety of clients, and because we are a group practice with diverse experience and niches, we have someone for everyone! Ideal clients for us are those looking for telehealth services or those who are needing services in their home because they are homebound (or seniors living in long-term care communities). We enjoy working with clients are who self-motivated and will work with issues whether they be acute or chronic.
Nashville, IL 62263
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Please call or email me with any questions. I will personally respond to your questions as soon as possible. My hours are 10:30AM to 6:30pm Tuesday through Friday, but contact me anytime. I know it can be overwhelming to pick the right person and make the first phone call or email, and I want to make it easy for you. I work primarily with teens and adults. I connect well with teenagers that may be hesitant to attend therapy. I also have a lot of success working with men and women dealing with relationship issues.
Swansea, IL 62226
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