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Family Counseling Therapists in Charleston

Barbara Fox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“"In addition to traditional psychotherapy, I use EMDR therapy, which uses visualization and mental stimulation to help an individual remove the many problems and anxieties they face in daily life, including fear, anger-management, depression, low self-esteem, difficult relationships, trauma, loss of a job or loved one, and PTSD. I utilize several other well-proven and effective mind-body techniques, tailored to each person's individual needs, in addition to traditional psychotherapy."
Family Counseling
(843) 473-8674
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Peninsula Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Charleston
“I am a licensed professional counselor with experience working with children aged 2 through adults over 65. I have experience with individual counseling as well as family counseling in out-patient and in-patient settings. Please visit my website to learn more about me and my practice: peninsulaLPC.com
Family Counseling
(843) 203-9412
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Susan Shealey, Counselor  in Charleston
“Many are overwhelmed by the demands of daily life. Beyond the normal stressors, individuals and families deal with a myriad of problems. They can easily be paralyzed by the decisions that must be made and are weighed down by strained relationships and seemingly insurmountable circumstances. The good news is that there are solutions and each person has the ability to create and/or experience change within their own lives! I am privileged to assist clients as they identify changes needed to create positive life change, to make good, solid decisions and to sustain more productive, constructive behaviors and thought patterns.
Family Counseling
(843) 605-4450 x107
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Sara Sharnoff, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT, intern
“In her practice, Sara helps 12-22 year old young men and women excel in their lives and overcome struggles with emotional and behavioral issues. She enjoys helping teens find their own unique sense of purpose and direction. Sara's special interests include depression, anxiety, life transitions, behavior problems and parenting skills. Her approach is strength based, straight-forward, supportive and nonjudgmental. In working with children and adolescents, Sara involves family members when appropriate to address family dynamics and help parents.
Family Counseling
(843) 883-6986
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Ward Lassoe  in Charleston
“My sense of humor is big part part of my counseling style. I take my work with clients seriously, but there are times when therapy needs to include some humor. I encourage you take your time when looking for a counselor. You need to find someone who's the right fit for you. That's why I offer potential clients the option of scheduling a free introductory meeting. I also provide life coaching for clients who want to make changes but aren't sure where to start. Please click the "website" link on the left to learn more.
Family Counseling
(843) 628-4636
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Kate Dorsey, Counselor  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, ATR, CACI
“We all face challenging times in our lives, and I firmly believe that it takes a lot of strength and courage to reach out for support during those difficult times. I am passionate about helping each client achieve a more meaningful and satisfying life. I utilize a strengths based approach in combination with other therapies tailored to meet the needs and goals of each person I work with. My specialties include: anxiety, depression, women's issues, self-esteem, emotion regulation, stress, body image, loss, substance abuse, relationship difficulties, and life transitions.
Family Counseling
(404) 994-5379
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Diane E Arnold, Counselor  in Charleston
“As a Christian counselor, I believe a person's problems and concerns can encompass their physical, mental, and spiritual health. My goal is to provide therapy that addresses a client's deeper issues and wounds not just their symptoms. I consider it important to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment to promote development, healing and growth. I work with depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, marriage/pre-marital therapy and parent education. If life feels overwhelming, stressful or lonely, I would consider it a privilege to set up a consultation to offer hope and courage for your current situation.
Family Counseling
(843) 885-9392
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Lyn Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP
“I have created my practice to support individuals and families as they manage the challenges of life. With over 20 years of clinical experience,it has always been my belief that therapy must be based in a mutual and authentic relationship established between therapist and client.To that end, I work with each client to develop the most effective treatment plan. My approach with clients is solution focused with movement toward attainable goals.
Family Counseling
(843) 491-5533
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
John S Hyatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I provide gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender-affirmative psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families. I assist with relationship issues, communication, family conflict, anger management, sexual and gender identity, depression, anxiety, grief, and adjustment.
Family Counseling
(843) 536-1919
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
David John Berndt, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Charleston
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, when I was on the faculty at the University of Chicago Department of Psychiatry, I published or presented over 80 papers on psychology-related topics. In my psychotherapy practice, located in downtown Charleston, SC, I draw on various techniques to help you find solutions that can work for you. I bring expertise and a fresh set of eyes; a therapist who can be there for you without any agenda. I have several evening and weekend appointments, and work with individuals, couples and families to help diagnose, understand and treat many problems.
Family Counseling
(843) 300-1915
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Karen E Kraul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I enjoy working with individuals of all ages- I have worked with children a young as two years all the way to older adults. I have 8+ years of post-graduate therapy experience, and have worked in school settings, community mental health, substance abuse treatment centers, and hospital settings.
Family Counseling
(843) 314-5104
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
M. Peggy Sudol, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charleston
“M. Peggy Sudol, MS, LMFT, LMFTS Marriage & Family Therapist and Supervisor As a Family Therapist I have worked for over 20 years helping individuals, couples and families find solutions to various situations and emotional concerns. My areas of focus include: Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement, Relationships, Divorce, Step Parenting and Substance Abuse.
Family Counseling
(843) 817-8443
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Chandi Chapman, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I enjoy working collaboratively with clients to help them find greater fulfillment within the various aspects of their lives, whether it's their sense of self, interpersonal relationships, or professional life. A strong therapeutic relationship has the ability to heal, to empower and to initiate lasting change. It can help guide you through life's challenges so that you emerge stronger and wiser. I work with adults, couples and adolescents, many of whom seek therapy simply because they are feeling "stressed out" or "not as happy" as they'd like to be, while others may be experiencing more significant symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Family Counseling
(843) 751-4877
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Erin Jones,   in Charleston
“We all face challenging times in our lives, and I truly believe it takes a lot of strength to ask for help during those times. As a compassionate therapist, I am motivated to help others reach their full potential and find a harmonious balance in life. My approach to therapy is to be supportive for individuals in their journey of self-exploration and self-awareness, while also teaching helpful and empowering coping skills that can be used to better deal with life's stressors. I use creative and eclectic treatment modalities that are focused on each individual's needs and goals.
Family Counseling
(843) 564-9930
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Julie Schendel, Counselor  in Charleston
“I am committed to helping people get their lives back on track. I believe that you can live an abundant life from here forward, no matter where you are or how you got there. As your counselor, I will help you set goals for therapy and reach them through a variety of techniques. I am here to help you see that healing is possible, and with enough time and work, it can be a reality for your life.
Family Counseling
(843) 352-6751
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Jessica Gregg,   in Charleston
“The clients I see are typically thoughtful, intelligent people who look good on paper but who may be experiencing personal difficulties or challenges. I specialize in helping individuals and couples improve their relationships and expand their general well-being to create richer, more fulfilling lives guided by their goals and values. The focus of my private practice includes couple conflict and individual anxiety, depression, compulsion, or trauma, all of which affect our ability to be present in the moment and to connect with others.
Family Counseling
(843) 547-4918
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Kathleen Bridget Stringer, Counselor  in Charleston
“I am a compassionate people-oriented counselor, no matter the age or gender of the client (ages 6-90). I have many years educational experience to include two Master's Degrees; one in Human Resource Development and the other in Counseling. I have a doctorate degree in Health Psychology. This enables me to use a holistic educational approach by using the Bio psychosocial and spiritual (if requested) model providing tools to the client. Every client is an unique individual and this is how I use either a specific and/or multiple psychological therapies. Not one person is the same.
Family Counseling
(843) 765-4001
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
D. Michael Bruhn, Counselor  in Charleston
“For the past decade, I have had the pleasure of treating individuals and families here in the Lowcountry. I work with clients who have a variety of mood disorders (such as Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder), Anxiety Disorders (such as Panic Disorder & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), ADHD, Physical and Sexual abuse, Developmental Disorders, Bereavement, etc. The healthcare community uses labels to diagnose, understand and treat mental disorders. However, in my practice, I strive to treat my clients as individuals and give them the respect they deserve. I pride myself on creating a safe, nurturing, therapeutic relationship with my clients.
Family Counseling
(843) 883-4591
Charleston, South Carolina 29406
Dr Monty Knight Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Charleston
“I've been a mental health professional and graduate school counseling professor for 30+ years, an AAPC Fellow and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.I'm licensed to supervise LPC and LMFT Interns. I was previously director of a community mental health clinic, maintained a private counseling practice with a group of family physicians and most recently have pastored a church. I have specialized training and experience in relationship therapy and in working with men, including those with character disorders. My newly published book, "Balanced Living: Don't Let Your Strength Become Your Weakness," is available online from the publisher at www.wipfandstock.com
Family Counseling
(843) 425-6601
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Parke Smith, Counselor  in Charleston
“My approach is to understand you deeply and individualize our work by finding what is most effective for you. All people are unique and their life circumstances are particular to who they are. Through collaboration, we figure out what is most beneficial for your wellbeing and also what is realistic for your lifestyle. I look forward to meeting you and exploring what you wish to change through an initial free half hour phone consultation. My two offices are conveniently located in Mt. Pleasant and in West Ashley.
Family Counseling
(843) 306-4157
Charleston, South Carolina 29407

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Family Counseling Therapists
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