Alcohol Use Therapists in Clayton, MO

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Sam Huber
Pre-Licensed Professional, BS
Verified
As we go throughout our lives, we often tend to get all wrapped up in the journey to provide a better life for ourselves and our loved ones. However, sometimes we don't take enough time to show love to ourselves, and we are often left feeling unfulfilled, restless, or exhausted. Whether you are facing issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction, or even just need some help "doing life" in a different way, my hope is that I can offer a space where you can breathe, speak freely, and decompress from the daily stresses of life, as I meet you right where you're at in this present moment.
(314) 675-7542 
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Clayton, MO 63117
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Midwest Institute for Addiction
Licensed Professional Counselor, MSW, LMSW, PhD, MD
Verified
Any St. Louis rehabilitation center can provide treatment; MIA provides the difference. There are many drug rehab centers, but few of these rehab centers compare to Midwest Institute for Addiction's programs. This differentiation goes beyond our comprehensive, individualized, and evidence based treatment model and focuses on the quality of services that we offer. There is a lack of separation in the minds of professional service providers when considering the difference between a product offered and the service that coincides with that product. The MIA difference is the ability to offer quality services that coincide with our quality treatment.
(314) 208-3302 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Nina Chastain
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Because therapy is an investment, it's important to find the right therapist. I treat therapy as a safe place where every single part of the client is welcome, even the parts uncomfortable to share. In my practice there is no hierarchy of pain and suffering. We all deserve to be supported while working to make positive changes, both big and small. Successful therapy includes an attitude of nonjudgment, a space that is comfortable, yet challenges clients to grow, and sessions that feel collaborative and supportive. I use a variety evidence-based therapy tailored to each person's needs and personality. We work together on your goals.
(314) 451-7445 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Rebecca Pastor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, MFA
Verified
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 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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James P Ahearn
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, JD
Verified
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 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Matt Shatzman
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
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 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Kendall Beahm
Pre-Licensed Professional, MEd, PLPC, NCC
Verified
I enjoy working with adolescents, individual adults, and couples to work through and process life’s challenges. Life can be challenging and stressful, but it doesn’t have to be done alone. As a therapist, I approach sessions as a place to build safety, trust, and relationships. In working from a client-centered approach, I truly believe that you are the expert in your own life. I also believe that asking for help or support is a sign of strength. I have experience and enjoy working with those that are facing anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, grief and/or loss, substance abuse or dependence, and life changes & transitions.
(314) 408-5477 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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John C. Lucas
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
I believe in the importance of creating a safe space to examine your life and the challenges you are facing. Together we can work through whatever has felt insurmountable for you to face alone. People are often unaware of the reasons behind their behavior and thoughts, so working together, we can navigate the root of your struggles to attain a deeper understanding of who you are, who you want to be, and how to get there. You will be the driver of change in your life.
(314) 310-6894 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Kristin A Wright
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified
CHANGE: "to make or become different." Chances are if you're checking out websites for therapists, you're likely thinking about change-either change that you're interested in initiating or change that has been thrust upon you. Regardless, it can be a daunting experience and taking the first step is sometimes the most challenging. Take a look at the information here and on my website, and give me a call if you'd like to talk.
(314) 269-0831 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Carol Dyer
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I work with clients who are struggling to cope with issues related to life transitions, addictions, eating disorders, body image, trauma, caregiving and other life demands. Psychotherapy is a deeply personal experience that can be alternately challenging, rewarding and hopeful. As a therapist, my goal is to provide a nonjudgmental atmosphere for those who wish to find balance in their lives through and beyond times of crisis or transition.
(314) 888-5196 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Amy Ziegler
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, JD
Verified
My clients are experiencing conflict, emotional abuse, anxiety, addiction, depression, or grief. I see individuals and couples who are ready to change or are looking for help sorting out what to do. Some have been hurt deeply by a breach of trust. Others are dealing with devastating adult or childhood trauma. Through my training and professional background as an attorney and counselor, I help them find a path to recovery. Clients gain clarity and insight, and learn to manage anxiety, depression, grief, fear and traumatic memories. I am formally trained in CBT, EMDR, DBT and have taught marriage counseling at the graduate level.
(314) 441-7837 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Sarah Rapisardo
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC
Verified
I offer counseling to teens and adults over the age of 16. My goal is to provide a space where you can share your experiences and feel heard. My ideal client is someone who is wanting to be the best version of themselves and who is willing to put in the work to get there, but perhaps is feeling a little stuck. If that's the case, I will gladly join you, helping you to process your emotions, identify your goals, and understand how to keep moving forward in your journey. I will provide a safe space for you to be authentically you, and I will encourage you, help guide you, and be transparent with you during the process.
(314) 916-4667 
Clayton, MO 63105
Offers online therapy
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Gladys Smith
Licensed Professional Counselor, PsyD, LPC, NCC, MAC, CCMHC
Verified
I have extensive training in trauma and addiction. I address the whole person in treatment planning. Individuals that work with me are empowered and encourages 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. We will use the body as a resource, as well as art, movement and poetry if a person chooses.This is a veteran owned business. I served 27 years in the United States Navy,
(314) 300-0370 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Fred Williams
MA, NCC, PLPC
Verified
Understanding that we all approach turbulent waters at some point, it can seem impossible to ride out those waves on our own. How do I get back to feeling like my old self? Why do I feel stuck? How can I get through this? Can I do this on my own? Sometimes that answer is no, sometimes we need that push. Let's work together to build stability, understanding, and calmness. Let's create a place for you to grow. I approach clients with genuine curiosity and respect. I want you to take your journey as I help illuminate the path. I work with clients to identify stressors in hopes of building awareness to work through heightened emotions.
(618) 960-8700 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Patricia Shaw
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
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 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Lorna Lonsbury Wurm
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Are you struggling with feeling overwhelmed yet without purpose? Relationships with others feel off or conflictual? Anxiety, depression or irritability seem your constant companion? I work with teens, adults, couples and families to identify where they feel unheard, unappreciated and unfulfilled. These feelings can serve as guideposts to areas that need more exploration. Oftentimes generational issues surface showing how one generation can leave lasting imprints that effect future parenting, relationships and feelings of worthiness and sense of identity. Lingering belief systems can cause havoc to our happiness or life choices.
(314) 328-8571 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Jessica H Rosenberg
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, NCC
Verified
You are going through life surviving but aren't really thriving. On the outside, people might not even notice anything is wrong. Inside, you're second guessing yourself & struggling to find balance. It's difficult to feel like you know who you are or how to be yourself around other people. These feelings may be affecting your relationships, school, parenting or career. Through our work together I will help you engage more fully in the present, & work towards the best version of yourself. It is hard work but can be done with gentle guidance. I'm trained in EMDR, CBT and EFT.
(314) 207-3597 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Akoma Healing & Consultation
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
My clinical experience in the St. Louis area ranges from working with adults in inpatient treatment centers for mental health and substance abuse to non-profit community case management and trauma therapy. I specialize in working with survivors impacted by sexual, domestic, and community violence. As well as those diagnosed with mental illnesses such as anxiety, PTSD, and those impacted by grief.
(314) 470-9286 
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Clayton, MO 63105
Not accepting new clients
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Peggy Levinson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
Verified
With a professional style that blends warmth and caring, Peggy brings in-depth treatment skills and 40 years of experience to her work . A family systems and psychodynamically trained therapist, she devises systems of treatment based on the individual needs of her patients. Peggy has offered workshops at universities and hospitals across the Midwest, including Washington University and the United Way. From her initial work at a New York hospital to her current private practice, Peggy has shown genuine commitment to helping her clients reach their full potential, emphasizing the connection between body, mind, and spirit.
(314) 714-5959 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Caryn Attianese
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC-S, CEDS-S
Verified
I want to commend you on taking the first step in this journey and I am honored to walk this path with you. It takes courage to look at yourself and explore patterns that have not been working for you and challenging yourself to create new patterns for your future. My practice is in helping people change ineffective relationship patterns, old beliefs, and unhealthy behaviors. I encourage all clients to get to the core of the underlying issues, while focusing on new ways of living. I believe in helping you get in touch with emotions and your body, so you can manage symptoms and enjoy a more peaceful, joyful, and productive life.
(314) 310-8137 
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Clayton, MO 63105
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Alcohol Use Therapists
Alcoholism, or alcohol dependence, is the most severe form of alcohol use. It is a chronic disease characterized by the consumption of alcohol at a level that interferes with physical and mental health and with family and social responsibilities. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious health, family, or legal problems.

If you're looking for help with alcohol abuse in Clayton or for a Clayton alcohol abuse therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for alcohol abuse or for individuals and couples in a relationship where alcohol is a disruptive factor. They include Clayton alcohol abuse therapists, alcohol abuse psychologists and Clayton alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in Clayton, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in Clayton. therapists can identify the signs and causes of alcohol abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to alcohol abuse treatment centers. A therapist may also discuss 12 step programs in Clayton or joining AA ( Clayton Alcoholics Anonymous).

Alcohol abuse causes problems for the family and loved ones of alcoholics--they may also need help and support, which these Clayton therapists can provide.