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Welcome to the Houston Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Houston, Texas.

Therapists in Houston

Michelle Carey-Redic, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Houston
“Are you ready for a change but apprehensive about the process? You really shouldn't wait any longer to experience something new. I have counseled individuals and families who are successfully recovering from substance abuse. I believe in encouraging addicts and alcoholics to confront how their behavior has negatively impacted their life and will assist in developing goals specific to learning new behaviors. Christian counseling is offered when there is a desire to incorporate biblical principles as a component of your counseling experience.
(713) 535-9701
Houston, Texas 77092
Beverly Dolenz Walsh, Psychologist  in Houston
“"Experience a Stable Relationship". That's my goal and I hope it will be yours as well. In 2009, I shifted "from the office to the pasture" to start partnering with horses to provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning experiences. In that time I have witnessed the power of horses in helping to heal people and observed profound shifts in the people with whom I work. The work with horses is a "grounded" experience, so no horsemanship background required. My doctorate in Counseling Psychology is from Texas A&M University. I have been licensed to practice in Texas since 1996.
(713) 338-9126
Houston, Texas 77047
Jaime Cohen,   in Houston
“My approach to couples coaching involves altering relationship dynamics by improving communication, decreasing conflict, improving relationship commitment, teaching how to provide support, and increasing mutual intimacy and sexual satisfaction. My approach to individual coaching is supportive, non-judgmental, & goal oriented. Together we will find new strategies to overcome life barriers, and develop new skills to attain your goals. I want to empower you to take control of your life and teach you how to contribute to your own happiness. My approach focuses on changing ineffective beliefs and behaviors that contribute to current problems, and fosters more adaptive, flexible, & efficient solutions.
(832) 409-4206
Houston, Texas 77006
“When faced with difficult situations, it is hard to find the appropriate words to express how we feel or what we need. Life is unpredictable and in the mix of things, we can at times feel alone, anxious, defeated, and/or lost. My role is to help you identify the origin of these negative feelings, learn how to overcome them, and show you how to cope with challenging situations. We will work together through a collaborative approach to meet your goals, and we will work at a pace that is comfortable for you.
(281) 940-7826
Houston, Texas 77084
Cheryl Rhode, Counselor  in Houston
“My philosophy is that every person has the potential to meet their goals and live a fulfilling life. It is my goal to help people strengthen their relationships with themselves and others, increase natural strengths and improve reactions to stress and challenge. The person most suited to my practice is one who is ready to commit to engaging in the work necessary for greater self-awareness and change.
(713) 999-4121
Houston, Texas 77027
Connie Seré, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Broadly, I think of my role as psychotherapist as consultative. My general focus is on helping clients better understand their feelings, thoughts and motivations as a pathway to leading more conscious, meaningful and authoritative lives. Because the therapeutic process can be anxiety-provoking and often requires a certain degree of vulnerability, my primary interest in the initial phase of therapy is to develop safe and trusting working relationships with my clients. Once this relationship is formed, I aim to engage an open, collaborative approach that allows for a shared exploration of material relevant to symptoms of anxiety, depression and interpersonal struggles.
(281) 751-6156
Houston, Texas 77006
Carol J Bennetts, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, LPC-S, CCTP, NCC, CCBTS
“Carol J. Bennetts, LPC provides therapy for adolescents/teens and adults. She specializes in counseling for ADHD, Anxiety, OCD, Phobias, Trauma, PTSD, Depression (including Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression), Grief and Parenting. Carol also provides Marriage and Premarital Counseling. Throughout the last twenty-four years, Carol has dedicated her life to working with adolescents, adults and families as an educator, high school counselor and most recently as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has a comprehensive understanding of today's demands within school, career and family life and is passionate about helping clients get their lives on track.
(832) 632-8211
Houston, Texas 77079
Melanie Graves, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFTA
“I believe that you deserve a chance to be victorious in your own life. I am passionate about empowering you to overcome whatever odds are working against you. I will equip you with tools and resources to help you move toward the desired positive change you seek. My approach to therapy is that you are the expert on your own life. I will offer a non-judgmental, encouraging and empowering environment for you. I am excited for the opportunity to work with individuals, couples and families. Ready for change? Start now.
(979) 589-4411
Houston, Texas 77058
Helen K Chong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP, PLLC
“The gift of therapy cannot be truly measured in words or action, but in how you feel afterwards. Your decision to begin psychotherapy was probably made after a great deal of thought and consideration. Selecting a therapist who will be a good fit for you is critical since the process of psychotherapy is intense, and a satisfactory outcome is essential. I provide a broad spectrum of evaluation and psychotherapeutic services with individuals, couples, families, and groups. My approach is collaborative, seeking solutions within your value system.
(713) 489-9877
Houston, Texas 77019
Marion Montgomery, Counselor  in Houston
“I help individuals and families who are experiencing depression, grief, loss, substance abuse, martial and family issues, self-esteem, poor coping skills and other issues that cause a client to feel out of touch with self. The goal of therapy is to help clients recognize blocks to growth, gain awareness of day-day experiences and to make healthy choices to change situations. I am committed to each client and with compassion and understanding, I work with you to help you build on your strengths, to attain personal growth and live a full and rewarding life.
(832) 769-3148
Houston, Texas 77068
Lisa Balick, Psychologist  in Houston
“I am a clinical psychologist in private practice, a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine, and have a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Preventive Medicine. I work with outpatient adolescents, adults, and couples doing individual/couples therapy. My areas of expertise include eating disorders, stress management, chronic illness (adjustment to one's own and other's), loss, and grief. I also treat depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, survivors of sexual abuse, relationship problems, and homosexual concerns and adjustments. My involvement with eating disorders is extensive. I work with many clients who are emotional overeaters,compulsive overeaters, binge eaters, bulimic, or anorexic.
(713) 338-9176
Houston, Texas 77005
Ronald J Swatzyna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCB, BCN, CART
“ADHD, Autism...it's time to stop guessing. This is particularly true when medication fails to alleviate enough symptoms or they cause unacceptable side-effects. New technology now provides scientific evidence linking an individual's symptoms to specific neurological findings with a process called Neuro-Biomarker (NBM) profiling. Dr. Swatzyna is on a team of international scientists that uses advanced technology (EEG/qEEG brain mapping) to assist psychiatrists with medication selection and treatment planning. Our research (n=386) suggests there are four reasons why medications fail and treatment is thwarted. Early identification NBMs can greatly improve treatment results and prognosis.
(713) 338-9040
Houston, Texas 77027
Rae L Stern,   in Houston
“I help my clients in a positive, dynamic, and constructive manor. I am warm, approachable, and easy to talk to. Clients who see me usually meet their goals in a relatively short period of time.
(713) 338-9280
Houston, Texas 77005
H. Barry McCarty -- Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“I am a Louisiana boy and a Texas man. I have been a child & family therapist in Houston for thirty years. My specialty is working with young children and their parents. I love the opportunity I have to be an advocate for the health and well-being of my clients whether children, their parents or adults wanting to improve their social relationships. I bring emotional and spiritual energy to my office and find humor to loosen the binds of feeling stuck and powerless. I am a storyteller and I love to hear and respond to the stories of my clients.
(281) 940-2212
Houston, Texas 77056
Helen Godfrey, Counselor  in Houston
“I am passionate about helping individuals clarify their career goals as well as helping them recognize their gifts and talents. I love the Confucius quote that says, "If you pick the right job, you will never work a day in your life." I personally believe that work should be a joyful experience where we are able to fine tune and develop our skills and talents. Whether you are experienced or new in your career, I can help you gain clarity on who you are and what you want.
(832) 412-3218
Houston, Texas 77005
Adriana E Gil Wilkerson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work from a collaborative perspective where I honor your life experience and your situation. In therapy we will work together to find helpful and meaningful outcomes for you. You set the pace for therapy and you help determine in what directions to take the conversation. Together we will find your strengths so that you can manage the challenges in your life.
(281) 231-9916
Houston, Texas 77092
Pierre Matta, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT-S
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families. I believe in addressing a client's immediate concern, their current functioning, and their identified goals. I use a variety of treatment modalities and select those that best serve the needs of my clients. I do not believe in meeting with clients indefinitely. My hope is to help clients reach their goals and get to the point where they no longer need therapy. I believe in teaching my clients the specific skills they need to address their problem or concern.
(281) 377-3538
Houston, Texas 77058
Dilek Wise, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Wish to be happier? Want to communicate effectively? Struggling to save your marriage? Recovering from addictions or affairs? Suffering due to anxiety or depression? Previous therapy didn't work? Yes, I can help you. I specialize in couples, family and individual therapy. My passion is to help you to build a healthy life style. My goal is to see you happy with your self; and with your relationships. I will help you to learn the very basics of your relational dynamics so you can tackle your issues immediately and prevent the future ones.
(713) 338-9221
Houston, Texas 77055
Anna Guerra, Counselor  in Houston
“Are you struggling with a difficult life transition? Do you feel depressed, anxious, overwhelmed? Have you had difficulty attaining or maintaining relationships? Are you unhappy despite your success? Have you experienced trauma earlier in your life that still affects you? Do you feel like you can't show others the real you? These are just some of the reasons people seek therapy. If you have been waiting for things to get better, but find they stay the same, or are getting worse, call me. I can help you start your healing journey.
(281) 377-3378
Houston, Texas 77005
Tracey K Smith, Counselor  in Houston
“If you are concerned about your relationship with alcohol, drugs, sex or people in your life, have questions and concerns about why you feel the way you do, or find yourself 'trapped' or 'stuck', focused therapy may help. Integrating the pieces and experiences of your life into a whole, and generating understanding about your goals and core values can yield insight into your future and well-being. Loving and accepting yourself is key.
(713) 338-9043
Houston, Texas 77024
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