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Therapists in Birmingham

Tracy Lambrecht Counseling and Wellness LLC, Counselor  in Birmingham
“For many, reaching out to someone in time of need can be very difficult. My desire is to assist you in navigating through life's challenges. My goal as a therapist is to help you realize when your circumstances make you feel out of control, there is hope. Hope in recognizing that we can find ways to respond to difficulties in a positive way that leads to strengthening our relationships with others.
(205) 224-0013
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Shirley A. Richards, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Sometimes we come to places in our lives when we don't know where to turn. At these times, we need someone to walk alongside us as we search. When I am invited to be that person, my role as your counselor is to provide a caring relationship of trust in which you can find healing and hope. I've heard it said, "It is in relationships that we become broken, and it is in relationships that we can find healing." Whether you are an individual, couple or family, I welcome the opportunity to walk alongside you - wherever you are in your journey.
(205) 289-3695
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Alabama Family Resiliency Center,LLC, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Are you experiencing difficulty with school related problems, oppositional behaviors, anxiety and depression with your child and or adolescent? I have vast experience working with children and adolescents as a former teacher and school counselor. My work involves resiliency and strength training to improve self esteem, self advocacy, and social skills. Is your child experiencing difficulty as a result of post divorce trauma? I have additional certifications working with children of separation and divorce. I provide support for post-divorce difficulties as well. Additionally, I work well with men and women working through partner relationship issues.
(205) 588-1835
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Olivia Dorn, Counselor  in Birmingham
“As a counselor, I am passionate about helping those individuals, couples, or families who are experiencing a particularly difficult time in their lives. My goal as a counselor is to create an encouraging and judgement-free environment in which you feel comfortable working toward your goals. If you feel that counseling would be beneficial to you, I would be honored to assist you on your journey.
(205) 623-5984
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Shawne M Sisk, Counselor  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, ALC, MFTA, NCC
“Are you struggling with marriage or relationship problems? Feeling worried, anxious, depressed or battling low self-esteem? Maybe you are overwhelmed and confused due to an extra-marital affair or possible divorce. Many people feel stuck and that their current efforts to deal with relationships, emotions, and life's challenges just aren't working. You might be hesitant or unsure if counseling really works or is right for you or a family member. While counseling is no "magic pill" that instantly fixes your issues, it helps many people grow, change, heal, and improve their quality of life.
(205) 713-8734
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Ellery C. Berryhill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC, NCC
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, angry, confused, sad, or lonely? You may be continuing to heal from childhood wounds or facing new challenges - a job loss, a tough medical diagnosis, a recent divorce, a death in the family, a child with special needs. Therapy allows you someone to listen, to walk beside you through these experiences, and to offer guidance and support as you face new discoveries and insights to your life and well-being. I have experience working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families and view therapy as your opportunity to grow healthier mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and relationally.
(205) 623-5917
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Amber Parris Lamberth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PIP
“My passion is working with individuals who struggle with eating disorders, sex/love addiction, self-harm, relationship issues, and trauma. I believe that a complete recovery and personal freedom is possible. I utilize multiple treatment modalities emphasizing a holistic approach of addressing ones' emotional, relational, cognitive, and spiritual needs.
(256) 400-2112
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Leska Meeler, Counselor  in Birmingham
“"Being a Catalyst for Change" and "Empowering individuals and families to function in healthier relationships, as well as healthier, happier lives" are the two goals I am passionate about when working with clients. Too often people walk around numb, fearful and stuck in their lives and relationships. It is my belief that you have the capacity to move towards living an abundant and authentic life. My job is to walk alongside you to challenge and inspire you in your journey.
(205) 690-4531
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Samaritan Counseling Centers of Birmingham, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Samaritan Counseling Center has several counselors on staff to address a variety of mental health concerns. We have offices in Inverness, Homewood, Pelham, Alabaster, Montevallo, and Gate City. Each of our counselors is licensed by the state of Alabama to provide counseling services. We accept clients age 5 and up, and work with children, individuals, couples, or families. If you have questions about Samaritan Counseling Center or the counseling process, please call. We will do our best to assist you!
(205) 618-8721
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
The Highlands Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Birmingham
“The Highlands Eating Disorder Treatment Center is one of the most highly regarded facilities in the Southeast. We provide expert care to clients with all types of eating disorders, including clients with the most complex and difficult to manage problems. Our facility is open to both men and women, ages 16 and above. Our experienced clinicians use a three-armed therapy approach, with medical, therapeutic, and nutritional treatment supporting the recovery process. Research shows that this multi-faceted approach is the most effective means of treatment for someone with an eating disorder. Unfortunately, some treatment centers focus on only one or two of these areas, leading to a relapse. The Highlands philosophy is to provide fully customized care, integrating the medical, therapeutic, and nutritional needs of each client in a dynamic and ongoing process.
(855) 885-7566
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Twanna Carter, Counselor  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, CRC, CPRP, NCC
“I believe that individuals and families enter into counseling with ideas of the goals they wish to achieve. My role is to assist individuals and families with attaining those identified goals in a confidential and safe environment. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I currently hold certification as a certified psychiatric rehabilitation practitioner (CPRP), human services, board certified practitioner (HS-BCP) and certified rehabilitation counselor (CRC). I am comfortable and enjoy working with tweens, adolescents, adults, and families. My clients tell me that they feel like they have really been heard and have gained insight after counseling.
(205) 289-1879
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
“My unique therapeutic philosophy of treatment includes the evidence based practices of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindful Based Cognitive Therapy,Mindful Based Stress Reduction and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. My client-centered approach includes standard office visits as well as a natural setting approach for private individuals or group equine therapy or a combination depending on the clients specific wants and needs.
(205) 315-4590
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Horace Adam Hackney, Counselor  in Birmingham
“I believe in meeting the individual or family where they are. This means I come to where you are, physically, emotionally and cognitively. I treat my individuals from a systemic perspective to guide them to make decisions that support healthy emotional and relational lifestyles. I specialize in families with children who have disabilities but am competent in other areas of general family issues as well. Even in individual therapy the client and I will look at issues from a systemic standpoint and challenge the maladaptive thinking, behaviors, and emotions. I also offer behavior management services and parenting psychoeducation.
(813) 603-2458
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
David Murphree  in Birmingham
“Thank you for looking at my profile. As someone who has used counseling services myself, I understand that seeing a counselor for the first time can be intimidating. It is my desire to work with you to help achieve the goals you would like to accomplish.
(205) 379-6279
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Margie Slaughter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, JD, LMFT
“Have you ever stood at a crossroads, wondering what to do? Life in general, and personal relationships in particular, can be very stressful, and often people find themselves wondering where to go next with their questions and their pain. I help a person learn to live in better quality relationships with self and others. Clients receive a healthy model of relationship and an objective, professional perspective they may not otherwise get from well-meaning friends and family. Clients learn to evaluate their thoughts, feelings, instincts, values, and behaviors in order to gain a less anxious, more balanced perspective on life.
(205) 535-1123
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Shannon Polson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PIP, RN, CNL
“One thing I have learned, after working with many different clients across many settings, is that when you are hit by unexpected trauma, loss, grief, health or personal issues is that it is impossible for the experience not to have an effect on your personal, family and work relationships. Having someone you can talk to who will take the time to understand what you want, as well as, help you clarify what steps are in your best interests is invaluable. I offer client centered services that offer a synergy of mental health, advanced nursing and pastoral counseling experience.
(205) 396-3276
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Angel K Jernigan, Counselor  in Birmingham
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I offer an integrative therapeutic approach customized to suit the needs of each individual client. I have experience working with clients from various backgrounds dealing with many issues such as depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, divorce, childhood trauma and abuse, personality disorders, relationship issues and phase of life problems. It is my mission to help people heal pains of the past, learn new ways to view problems and acquire skills to create healthy, balanced lives worth celebrating.
(205) 390-6510
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Birmingham, Alabama 35242
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.
(205) 683-1865
Hosts group in:
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Amanda G Glover, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“It is my goal is to go above and beyond to help each person achieve their therapeutic goals. I take a holistic approach to treatment, use a variety of resources, and apply evidenced-based practices to help each person achieve the goals he or she has designated. I apply effective techniques to help you learn new ways to better cope with life stressors. Whether you are struggling with a situational event, emotional turmoil, mental disorder, or are ready to work on personal growth, working with a professional psychotherapist can help you to obtain your desired results.
(205) 434-1283
Office is near:
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Vicki Adaway, Psychiatric Nurse  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, CNS, APRN, BC
“Imagine what your life would be like if you could respond to situations appropriately instead of reacting! You being in charge of your emotional state is only one of the benefits from our therapy work together. Whether you have a specific problem you need help with or a more complex emotional issue, we work together to find therapeutic solutions that are best for you. If you also need medications, appropriate referral can be made.
(205) 535-1681
Office is near:
Birmingham, Alabama 35242

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