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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Birmingham

James Charles Wells, Counselor  in Birmingham
“I specialize in assisting clients suffering from mental illness, substance abuse, sexual abuse, sexual offenders, and sexual addiction, Transparenting, as well as clients with dual diagnosis. I utilize a systemic approach to therapy, specifically using cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. My hope and mission is to facilitate opportunities for recovery, resiliency, and wellness to individuals and families. My primary focus is in areas of family therapy, substance abuse and sexual dysfunction disorders.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 683-1865
Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Jeanette Haitaian, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Are you struggling in your relationships? Are sadness, anxiety, and loneliness a result? My primary focus is on integrating internal and external resources to acquire wholeness, stability, and satisfaction in all areas of life. This process facilitates individuals in building stronger and more powerful relationships not only with others, but with themselves, as well. I have had extensive training in Relationship Difficulties, Couple and Family Therapy with a focus on Family Systems, Postpartum Depression, Friendship Difficulties, Step-families, Divorce, Forgiveness Therapy, and Multicultural Issues within Families; in addition, the common problems that accompany these issues such as depression, anxiety, codependency, and addictions.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 825-4136
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Kathleen McCarthy, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“Whether you are struggling with relationship difficulties, are unsatisfied with work, or don't believe that you are living up to your potential-I can help. You may be experiencing depression, anxiety, or feel overwhelmed by your life. As your therapist, I will help you to develop solutions to your problems in a way that is respectful of who you are. My hope is that you leave treatment feeling better, with more self-understanding, and the ability to create new solutions for yourself. I look forward to hearing from you.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 764-5731
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Peggy Sanderford Ponder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MEd, LMFT, CPC
“Therapy is helpful for anyone experiencing a bump in the road, or feeling stuck and in need of a guide along the path. I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families who are struggling through painful life experiences and transitions, who may feel stuck or hopeless. We both bring our expertise to help you get to where you want to be: you bring your expertise about yourself -your strengths, and the ways you typically act; I bring my expertise in healing, growth, change and human development. Together we work toward more hopeful outcomes.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 315-4069
Birmingham, Alabama 35233
Franklin Sollars and Associates, Inc, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“We are a group practice of licensed psychotherapists under the clinical direction of Dr. Franklin Sollars, - with locations in Birmingham, Troy, Plymouth and Commerce. Our goal is to help clients feel safe and comfortable. We encourage an honest relationship to help clients feel emotionally supported. We are passionate about helping and have a deep commitment to our work. With support, encouragement and insight many begin to feel better after their first session. Please contact us to discuss whatever issue you are facing. We offer therapy for children, adolescents and adults, as well as couples and families. We offer immediate phone response and appointments.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 841-8169
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Regina N Moyo, Counselor  in Birmingham
“I am a counselor/therapist who works with individuals, families and group. My focus is in helping individuals improve and enhance their self understanding, learn to make better decisions, forgive themselves and others, find joy in life and to learn ongoing coping strategies. In my five plus years as a private practisioner I have worked with women in recovery from drug use, domestic violence,other issues that I address include behavioral issues, grief and parenting.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 289-3557
Birmingham, Alabama 35218
Steven Nickoloff, Psychiatrist  in Birmingham
“I work with adults and adolescents with a wide variety of emotional problems. Typically this may manifest in difficulties in relationships or professional performance, or in symptoms such as anxiety and depression. Ideally they would have a curiosity about themselves, a willingness to explore and understand their emotional world more fully in psychotherapy. They would understand that this type of growing awareness can facilitate profound changes in their behavior, relationships and symptoms.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 599-2691
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Melissa Werner, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Congratulations on wanting to make changes to enhance the quality of your life! I believe that most of us CAN make the changes we deeply want to, particularly if we have a knowledgeable advocate to that process. I believe effective psychotherapy is often about both uncovering how we acquired the (literal or psychological) obstacles to our best paths and about the process of (emotional, cognitive and/or behavioral) skills' acquisition to remove those blocks. I strive to be a compassionate, trustworthy, and enthusiastic partner to my clients' growth processes.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 690-5551
Birmingham, Alabama 35216
Rebekah Laws, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Sometimes a valley is a place of vision. It can be the very place you find out more about yourself, define what's really important to you, and choose a path you might not have chosen before. I'd like to help you find hope and a greater sense of purpose and meaning in the midst of your transition or crisis. My experience includes helping people cope with family of origin issues, life transitions, personal development, grief and loss, anxiety and mood disorders, low self-esteem, addiction and co-dependency.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 291-2626
Birmingham, Alabama 35216
David Goldberg, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“Individuals are often unaware of the many factors that determine their emotions and behavior. My approach fosters self awareness. By better understanding their perceptions about themselves and others, as well as how important experiences have influenced them, clients can change the way they see themselves and the world. They can make informed choices about the way they conduct their present and future lives. My approach is especially suited to getting to the root of long term problems and patterns. The benefits of this approach can be the following:
Psychoanalytic
(205) 282-9166
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
“An ideal client is aware of his/her pain and struggles, and motivated to understand him/herself, patterns and themes over the lifetime, and to do the work to develop insight, coping skills, compassion for self and others, and the creation of a new normal, freed from the pain that has you stuck, today.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 817-8398
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
David R Dietrich, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“As a very highly trained therapist I am compassionately and strongly interested in helping you. If you are having issues and suffering, and desire relief I can help you. I am a Training Analyst at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute (I treat and supervise psychologists/psychiatrists). When you begin the process of therapy with me, a powerfull therapeutic process is activated, leading to less emotional suffering, and to greater psychological liberation and happiness. My approach uses emotional empathy. Most clients are successful and self referred (or referred by their physician). To make an appointment, call my office (248) 646-6515.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 646-6515
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Barry Dauphin, Ph.D., PLLC, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“Therapy offers a place and relationship in which to be heard, to be understood and promote growth and change. My practice offers opportunities to a wide variety of people for insight and understanding that makes a difference in how life is lived. I feel this occurs through the emergence of and appreciation for a very unique and meaningful relationship grounded in compassion, patience and appreciation for all of one's experience.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 686-0372
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Howard and Barbara Belkin, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Birmingham
“We are pleased to introduce our office for the practice of psychiatry, counseling, and therapy for adults, adolescents, and children. We are conveniently located in Birmingham with on-site parking with convenient office hours. For patients, one of the most important factors in trying to find a psychiatrist, psychologist, counselor, or therapist is that we provide the highest quality of service. Patient needs are foremost in treatment. Our treatment and patient selection is based in psychotherapy. Medication may be prescribed as needed, but is not a focus of the practice. We do not accept patients for solely medication management.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 644-3605
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Suanne Zager, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“People tend to seek out therapy when they are experiencing some difficulties in their lives--either something that's ongoing or a new problem. You need to find someone you can talk openly and honestly with. I am deeply committed to providing a safe, confidential environment for you to share your worries and to discover what patterns keep you unhappy, anxious or stuck.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 291-3919
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Emily Tucker Counseling Services, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Experiencing challenges and don't know what to do? Addiction, marital problems, stress, anxiety, or depression? Let's talk about it, because talking can help. I have a strong intuitive ability that facilitates good communication with others. I believe in the mind body connection, that our physical, mental, and spiritual health are intertwined. It is my belief that each of us has incredible strengths and resources within us. We often are not aware of these, and counseling can help in identifying, accessing and utilizing these qualities and strengths.
Psychoanalytic
(205) 703-2843
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
Dana L Tautfest, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“I work best with people who seek to understand themselves better and improve the overall quality of their lives and relationships. People who come to me are often unhappy and don't know why, or may have a specific concern. They may feel depressed or anxious, or a combination of both. My style of therapy helps each person find the truest expression of his or her own unique self and assists couples in building the quality of their intimate life and relationship. I find this work infinitely creative, rich and rewarding.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 455-6280
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
“Although I wish you were not in a position to need/want my services, I am glad to be able to provide them if necessary. After more than 20 years of practicing as a psychiatrist and over 15 as a psychoanalyst, we should be able to deal with your serious concerns in confidence. I understand that most in need of intensive psychodynamic/psychoanalytic treatment have active lives, something that will be taken into account. Thanks to all those at Psychology Today for offering me this service, a way to get in touch with as many people as possible.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 644-5335
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Thriveworks Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Birmingham
“At Thriveworks, we exist to offer a positive, empowering and life-enriching experience for our clients. Our licensed and experienced professionals help people every day with issues such as grief, depression, anxiety, stress, relationship / marriage problems, bad habits, addictions, disordered eating, self harm, and many others.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 206-2080
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
David P. Stanislaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, BCD
“You are likely considering therapy or counseling for yourself, a family member, or a friend. A person considers treatment for two reasons. Either you are reacting to an immediate event or crisis in your life, or have been thinking about addressing ongoing issues. My approach to therapy is empathic, interactive and rooted in time-tested techniques that produce deep, long-lasting change. Numerous studies have shown that results in therapy have less to do with a particular "brand" of therapy, and more to do with an outgrowth of the quality of relationship between a skilled practitioner and an invested patient.
Psychoanalytic
(248) 579-4756
Birmingham, Michigan 48009

Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

If you're looking for psychoanalysis in Birmingham or for Birmingham psychoanalysis these professionals provide psychoanalytic therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalytic group therapy in Birmingham. They include Birmingham Psychoanalysts, Psychoanalytic therapists, Psychoanalytic psychologists, psychotherapists in Birmingham and Psychoanalytic counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Birmingham have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Birmingham you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Birmingham and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Birmingham or family therapy in Birmingham.