Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"You're looking for help with emotional dysregulation, depression, anxiety, adoption issues, recovery from narcissistic relationship, self esteem, self harm, religious doubting and deconversion, or you simply want a structured approach to finding a Life Worth Living. I am committed to accepting you exactly where you are while also helping you find the changes that you need in your life. Through mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation skills, and self actualization, you will move towards the hope and change you have been looking for."
(314) 310-3644
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"You're looking for help with emotional dysregulation, depression, anxiety, adoption issues, recovery from narcissistic relationship, self esteem, self harm, religious doubting and deconversion, or you simply want a structured approach to finding a Life Worth Living. I am committed to accepting you exactly where you are while also helping you find the changes that you need in your life. Through mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation skills, and self actualization, you will move towards the hope and change you have been looking for."
Jamie R Fickert, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"I am a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in evidence-based psychotherapy as well as diagnostic assessment. I am committed to providing the utmost quality care and have a sincere interest in helping clients build the skills to help them live a full, rewarding, and values-driven life. I believe growth occurs when we are present, mindful, genuine, and willing to engage in meaningful, yet potentially difficult work. I have experience working with a variety of populations and have a sincere interest in providing culturally competent care to a diverse set of clients."
(217) 488-4109
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in evidence-based psychotherapy as well as diagnostic assessment. I am committed to providing the utmost quality care and have a sincere interest in helping clients build the skills to help them live a full, rewarding, and values-driven life. I believe growth occurs when we are present, mindful, genuine, and willing to engage in meaningful, yet potentially difficult work. I have experience working with a variety of populations and have a sincere interest in providing culturally competent care to a diverse set of clients."
Karen Banks, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, M.Ed., LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
"I work with many clients experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and/or cultural concerns. We spend time processing your situation and feelings and finding solutions that work for you. I recognize each client is an individual and treat them as such; I do not do cookie cutter techniques! Let's work together to help you walk in your truth. Future counselors: If you are looking for a licensure supervisor, I would love to chat about your needs and my unique style."
(314) 279-3455
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
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"I work with many clients experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and/or cultural concerns. We spend time processing your situation and feelings and finding solutions that work for you. I recognize each client is an individual and treat them as such; I do not do cookie cutter techniques! Let's work together to help you walk in your truth. Future counselors: If you are looking for a licensure supervisor, I would love to chat about your needs and my unique style."
Kelsey Torgerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Anxiety can look like anger, like stress, like perfectionism... and regardless of how it looks, it's getting in the way of everything else. Through building anxiety management and relaxation skills, and creating a plan tailored to you or your child, we can turn this around and make the anxiety less overwhelming. Anxiety tends to spiral, and one worried thought can quickly lead to the meltdown moment."
(314) 207-0570
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Anxiety can look like anger, like stress, like perfectionism... and regardless of how it looks, it's getting in the way of everything else. Through building anxiety management and relaxation skills, and creating a plan tailored to you or your child, we can turn this around and make the anxiety less overwhelming. Anxiety tends to spiral, and one worried thought can quickly lead to the meltdown moment."
Elise Ringenberg, Counselor
Counselor, MA, PLPC, R-DMT
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Are you struggling with anxiety, disordered eating, depression, trauma, loss, or a life transition? Is your child struggling to adjust to new life circumstances that have brought on behavioral concerns? Life brings challenges and with those challenges comes opportunity for growth. If you are ready to embark on a new path towards self-discovery, I am here to offer guidance and the skills for success. I will help you not only discover new ways to manage your symptoms, but also to understand and address the root cause. "
(314) 274-9601
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Are you struggling with anxiety, disordered eating, depression, trauma, loss, or a life transition? Is your child struggling to adjust to new life circumstances that have brought on behavioral concerns? Life brings challenges and with those challenges comes opportunity for growth. If you are ready to embark on a new path towards self-discovery, I am here to offer guidance and the skills for success. I will help you not only discover new ways to manage your symptoms, but also to understand and address the root cause. "
Laura M Kaplan, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"I am a licensed psychologist with over twenty years of experience working with adolescents, adults and couples. While I see a diverse group of clients, I do work with many members of St. Louis' academic community, including professors, graduate students, administrators, physicians and researchers. I also see undergraduates and older high school students. My treatment style is warm, thoughtful and natural, and I draw from many different treatment approaches to provide the best possible care. Please feel free to call me to discuss how I might be helpful to you."
(314) 560-0470
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"I am a licensed psychologist with over twenty years of experience working with adolescents, adults and couples. While I see a diverse group of clients, I do work with many members of St. Louis' academic community, including professors, graduate students, administrators, physicians and researchers. I also see undergraduates and older high school students. My treatment style is warm, thoughtful and natural, and I draw from many different treatment approaches to provide the best possible care. Please feel free to call me to discuss how I might be helpful to you."
Emily Balestra, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, RPT, MEd, MA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"As a therapist I believe the answers we seek are within ourselves and it takes courage to find them. I want to support and guide people on their journeys to find answers and help them lead more fulfilling lives. I counsel children, adolescents, adults, and families. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Person-Centered techniques when working with clients. I am also certified in play therapy and use play as one method, when working with children, to communicate, explore, and express feelings."
(314) 310-0856
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"As a therapist I believe the answers we seek are within ourselves and it takes courage to find them. I want to support and guide people on their journeys to find answers and help them lead more fulfilling lives. I counsel children, adolescents, adults, and families. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Person-Centered techniques when working with clients. I am also certified in play therapy and use play as one method, when working with children, to communicate, explore, and express feelings."
Lindsay Elizabeth Walter, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Parenting a child, teen or young adult who is struggling with adoption, trauma, or a mental health issues can be an overwhelming experience. You may feel alone, unsure of how to get yourself or your family the help and care they need. When your child of any age is struggling with a mental health need you may feel: angry, scared, confused, isolated and even ashamed."
(844) 283-4870
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Parenting a child, teen or young adult who is struggling with adoption, trauma, or a mental health issues can be an overwhelming experience. You may feel alone, unsure of how to get yourself or your family the help and care they need. When your child of any age is struggling with a mental health need you may feel: angry, scared, confused, isolated and even ashamed."
Gladys Smith, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, PsyD, LPC, NCC, MAC, CCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"I have extensive training in trauma and addiction. I address the whole person in treatment planning. Individuals that work with me are challenged to meet their selected goal to achieve balance in their lives. We work together to form goals and I help you navigate the journey to wellness. This is a veteran owned business."
(314) 300-0370
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"I have extensive training in trauma and addiction. I address the whole person in treatment planning. Individuals that work with me are challenged to meet their selected goal to achieve balance in their lives. We work together to form goals and I help you navigate the journey to wellness. This is a veteran owned business."
Davorka Marovic, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Relationships, including the connection between therapist and client, are imperative when it comes to healing, transforming and achieving your goals. In the therapeutic relationship, clients have the opportunity to feel their full range of feelings and become understood in a deep and meaningful way. Therefore, when someone matches with the right therapist, therapy can be a life-changing experience."
(314) 254-9205
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Relationships, including the connection between therapist and client, are imperative when it comes to healing, transforming and achieving your goals. In the therapeutic relationship, clients have the opportunity to feel their full range of feelings and become understood in a deep and meaningful way. Therefore, when someone matches with the right therapist, therapy can be a life-changing experience."
Kezia Coleman, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"I am a licensed clinical psychologist. With children and adolescents, my specialties includes working with a variety of difficulties, including emotional dysregulation, social difficulties, and oppositional/defiant behavior. I also work with adults to address difficulties with anxiety, depression, transitions/adjustments, and family difficulties. Furthermore,m I have a passion for serving individuals with diverse backgrounds and from traditionally underserved populations. "
(314) 326-4898
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist. With children and adolescents, my specialties includes working with a variety of difficulties, including emotional dysregulation, social difficulties, and oppositional/defiant behavior. I also work with adults to address difficulties with anxiety, depression, transitions/adjustments, and family difficulties. Furthermore,m I have a passion for serving individuals with diverse backgrounds and from traditionally underserved populations. "
Ashley Menke, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
"Familiar does not always mean functional. Too often we hold tight to our ways of being and ways of doing even though they no longer serve us, even if they harm us. In counseling, it is ok to let go of the familiar to obtain the functional. Letting go isn’t easy, and rarely is it comfortable. As a counselor, I aim to be with you in that discomfort and offer guidance in the process of letting go."
(314) 626-8997
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
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"Familiar does not always mean functional. Too often we hold tight to our ways of being and ways of doing even though they no longer serve us, even if they harm us. In counseling, it is ok to let go of the familiar to obtain the functional. Letting go isn’t easy, and rarely is it comfortable. As a counselor, I aim to be with you in that discomfort and offer guidance in the process of letting go."
Elizabeth Bloomfield-Deal, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63124
"I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with adolescents, adults and couples. I see psychotherapy as an opportunity to address unresolved issues and conflicts as they arise in life through the therapeutic relationship. I believe it is important to examine the various ways and places in one's life that symptoms present, and to work to understand the function and underlying meanings of the symptoms."
(314) 254-9694
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63124
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"I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with adolescents, adults and couples. I see psychotherapy as an opportunity to address unresolved issues and conflicts as they arise in life through the therapeutic relationship. I believe it is important to examine the various ways and places in one's life that symptoms present, and to work to understand the function and underlying meanings of the symptoms."
Patricia Shaw, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"With over two decades of experience, Dr. Patricia Shaw practices with gentle expertise in helping individuals and couples heal from the wounds of the past, appreciate and savor the present and plan for a successful future. With years of positive results in treating depression and all manner of fears and anxiety, clients have come to rely and trust Dr. Shaw's therapeutic approach. Those with eating disorders receive understanding and guidance toward health and self-acceptance."
(314) 527-1174 x21
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"With over two decades of experience, Dr. Patricia Shaw practices with gentle expertise in helping individuals and couples heal from the wounds of the past, appreciate and savor the present and plan for a successful future. With years of positive results in treating depression and all manner of fears and anxiety, clients have come to rely and trust Dr. Shaw's therapeutic approach. Those with eating disorders receive understanding and guidance toward health and self-acceptance."
Ashley Blake, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"A therapist with ten years experience in the mental health field, I help people to heal from painful experiences, gain insight into their minds, and build lives of meaning and purpose. In working with me, people who have experienced traumatic events, interpersonal violence, or childhood neglect, abuse, and bullying learn how to feel safer in their own skin, take comfort in the present moment, and create secure and stable relationships. I also provide those experiencing grief and loss with a non-judgmental space to experience difficult feelings for as long as they need to feel them, while also finding the courage to move forward."
(855) 977-0917
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"A therapist with ten years experience in the mental health field, I help people to heal from painful experiences, gain insight into their minds, and build lives of meaning and purpose. In working with me, people who have experienced traumatic events, interpersonal violence, or childhood neglect, abuse, and bullying learn how to feel safer in their own skin, take comfort in the present moment, and create secure and stable relationships. I also provide those experiencing grief and loss with a non-judgmental space to experience difficult feelings for as long as they need to feel them, while also finding the courage to move forward."
Andrew Menatti, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"As a neuropsychologist, I welcome clients seeking to find out how their thinking and memory abilities affect their capacity to live a full, meaningful life. I conduct empirically sound psychological and neuropsychological assessments, and provide feedback and recommendations to patients, families, physicians, and schools about how the brain's abilities (such as memory, attention, and other abilities) affect a person's life, and what can be done about it. Clients are encouraged to call with concerns regarding Alzheimer's, traumatic brain injury, ADHD, and others, whether for themselves or for loved ones. I welcome clients from diverse backgrounds including LGBTQIA+ and racial/ethnic minorities."
(314) 325-0850
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"As a neuropsychologist, I welcome clients seeking to find out how their thinking and memory abilities affect their capacity to live a full, meaningful life. I conduct empirically sound psychological and neuropsychological assessments, and provide feedback and recommendations to patients, families, physicians, and schools about how the brain's abilities (such as memory, attention, and other abilities) affect a person's life, and what can be done about it. Clients are encouraged to call with concerns regarding Alzheimer's, traumatic brain injury, ADHD, and others, whether for themselves or for loved ones. I welcome clients from diverse backgrounds including LGBTQIA+ and racial/ethnic minorities."
Matt Shatzman, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Therapy is an experience where human beings learn to live differently. Differently is the key word. Different can look like less depression, more spontaneity, or deeper and more mutual relationships. Different can be learning to say "yes," "no," or "maybe." Different can be improved physical health, less anxiety, or sustained sobriety. When one begins treatment there's usually a percolating idea of what needs to be different. Helping you clarify the ways you'd like to live differently, what has gotten in your way up to this point, and how those changes can be made is psychotherapy."
(314) 480-3895
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Therapy is an experience where human beings learn to live differently. Differently is the key word. Different can look like less depression, more spontaneity, or deeper and more mutual relationships. Different can be learning to say "yes," "no," or "maybe." Different can be improved physical health, less anxiety, or sustained sobriety. When one begins treatment there's usually a percolating idea of what needs to be different. Helping you clarify the ways you'd like to live differently, what has gotten in your way up to this point, and how those changes can be made is psychotherapy."
Justin Hampton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
"Need help, support, or just feeling stuck? Let's talk. Clients often report they have found me to be warm and genuine, while also being committed to offering effective, research supported treatments. While my experience has spanned across a diversity of people, various settings, and presenting issues I have a specialty and passion for working with the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) population. My work and relationship with each client is unique and guided by their needs. I view therapy as a collaboration used to facilitate growth, change, and create a more fulfilling life."
(314) 300-7973
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63105
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"Need help, support, or just feeling stuck? Let's talk. Clients often report they have found me to be warm and genuine, while also being committed to offering effective, research supported treatments. While my experience has spanned across a diversity of people, various settings, and presenting issues I have a specialty and passion for working with the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) population. My work and relationship with each client is unique and guided by their needs. I view therapy as a collaboration used to facilitate growth, change, and create a more fulfilling life."
James P Ahearn,
M.Ed, PLPC, JD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
"The clients I serve are often at a crossroads in their life story and unsure of how to close one chapter and begin anew. Clients I enjoy working with recognize that counseling continues outside of the session in self reflection, exploring behavior change, and shifting how we think and relate to ourselves. I find that counseling helps meet goals and needs as diverse as the client, and sometimes goals arise throughout the course of the relationship. No one needs a "good reason" to come to counseling, for the desire to reach out and try will always be sufficient. "
(314) 325-1594
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63117
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"The clients I serve are often at a crossroads in their life story and unsure of how to close one chapter and begin anew. Clients I enjoy working with recognize that counseling continues outside of the session in self reflection, exploring behavior change, and shifting how we think and relate to ourselves. I find that counseling helps meet goals and needs as diverse as the client, and sometimes goals arise throughout the course of the relationship. No one needs a "good reason" to come to counseling, for the desire to reach out and try will always be sufficient. "
Rebecca Pastor, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, MFA
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63124
"Our symptoms have something to say. Different symptoms bring people into psychotherapy: anxiousness, chronic sadness, creative and artistic block, loneliness, addictions, sexual obsessions. Symptoms are a language, and though they are often labeled as depression or anxiety, the meaning of a symptom is unique to the person who suffers with it. Symptoms are painful, but they are also startlingly creative, personal and specific. Sometimes the body is asked to express the scary, painful things that words cannot. When physical symptoms occur without a medical explanation, we can look to them to help us understand the mental and emotional landscape."
(314) 266-4276
Verified
Clayton, Missouri 63124
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"Our symptoms have something to say. Different symptoms bring people into psychotherapy: anxiousness, chronic sadness, creative and artistic block, loneliness, addictions, sexual obsessions. Symptoms are a language, and though they are often labeled as depression or anxiety, the meaning of a symptom is unique to the person who suffers with it. Symptoms are painful, but they are also startlingly creative, personal and specific. Sometimes the body is asked to express the scary, painful things that words cannot. When physical symptoms occur without a medical explanation, we can look to them to help us understand the mental and emotional landscape."

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