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Therapists in Charleston

Natasha Kokoszka, Counselor  in Charleston
“Starting therapy can be a little scary. I am aware of the anxiety someone feels making that first phone call or walking into the office. My goal is to set you at ease, make you comfortable, and with time build a trusting relationship.
(843) 425-0570
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Avondale Therapy, Counselor  in Charleston
“As a licensed professional counselor, I feel my job is to help individuals generate creative solutions to problem areas in life, while providing support and empowerment. I believe that every human deserves the right to have a life that is worth living. Sometimes outside help is needed to generate that life. I strive to work with clients on gaining a better understanding of themselves and their behaviors, pull from their strengths, find courage to face discomfort and change, and free themselves of any emotional burdens. We will set realistic goals together and work to remove internal/external barriers to these.
(843) 376-4909
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Bonnie Compton, Psychiatric Nurse  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, BC, CPNP
“I love partnering with parents to help them become more effective in their parenting. Parents are often confused and frustrated by their child's behavior. We work together to come up with a be more responsive rather than become a parent without regrets! As I work with children, I also work with their parents, helping them to become the best parent for their child. Through my work with families, I have witnessed a profound effect on the relationship between children and their parents as the parent shifts their focus to their relationship with their child.
(843) 605-4646 x105
Charleston, South Carolina 29417
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.
(843) 300-1915
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Charleston Wellness Group LLC, Counselor  in Charleston
“I enjoy working with adolescents and adults, individuals and couples, to help you live your best life. We often get in our own way of succeeding by holding on to behavioral patterns that no longer serve us, beliefs that define us, and/or people and jobs that drain us.Through exploration and an eclectic approach, I help you determine where you are getting in your own way and how to let go of what is no longer serving you. We are unique individuals and therfore, I work with you one-on-one to help you better know yourself.
(843) 580-4294 x1
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Linda Ligenza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“If you or a loved one is feeling depressed or anxious, experiencing stress or a crisis such as divorce, has mental or physical health concerns, symptoms of dementia, or has experienced trauma, I have the expertise and skills to help you thrive, not just survive. Adding personal and executive coaching to my practice has allowed me to help my clients continue their journey with renewed spirit and resilience, ability to find meaning in the challenges and satisfaction through relationships and work. I have worked with adults in crisis after personal or community traumas, including disasters such as 9/11 and Katrina.
(301) 861-4334
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.
(843) 314-5104
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Kari Warren Saul, Counselor  in Charleston
“What have anxiety, fear, obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior, or panic stolen from you? Maybe it is being able to enjoy time with your children, spouse, or friends. Perhaps you have turned down exciting opportunities at school or work. It could be that you shy away from trying new things or going new places because the anxiety is so strong. Like most people who struggle with stress and anxiety disorders, you may feel like your fears rob you of the ability to engage and thrive in your life.
(843) 536-0138
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
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.
(843) 765-4001
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Dana Mortensen, Counselor  in Charleston
“As people, we all have the need to express ourselves and be recognized and accepted. As your therapist I will listen with patience and encouragement and without judgement. In our confidential sessions, you will discover the power of telling your story. You may choose to talk about your past, learn how to be mindful of the present, and/or discover and achieve your vision of the future. You will learn simple, effective tools to help you access and use your unique motivation to change the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are worsening your symptoms of mental and physical dis-ease.
(843) 773-2115 x115
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Alicia M Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTI
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am trained to assess and treat children, adolescents, adults and families using a systemic approach, while integrating many different techniques in a positive, judgement free space. I don't adhere to any particular theory, as each session is specifically tailored to the client's needs and goals, at that time. I have extra training in family, couple, and marriage therapy; however, much of my work is with individuals. Give me a call today for a free telephone consultation to see if I'm the best person to meet your needs!
(843) 779-1501
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Helen Elliott Wheeler, Counselor  in Charleston
“The focus of my counseling is on families. I specialize in families going through difficult transitions of life including, pre-marital, marriage, separation and divorce counseling as well as remarriage and step family issues. I help parents focus on their children's needs at these choke points. As a 20 year veteran teacher, I am also uniquely qualified to help families struggling with ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, or other educational issues. I also specialize in helping high conflict divorcing parents develop parenting plans by functioning as a Parenting Coordinator. I am also a qualified Family Court Mediator.
(843) 325-2825
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
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.
(843) 605-4450 x107
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Margaret (Peg) Van Sciver, Psychologist  in Charleston
“With over 25 years of clinical expertise, I provide psychotherapy, individual counseling, parent/family, and life skills coaching to children, teens and young adults. With extensive experience in providing psychological/ psycho-educational assessment, I adopt an eclectic approach to treatment, well grounded in cognitive-behavioral, emotional mindfulness, family systems, developmental, attachment theories/applications, and faith-based perspectives, if requested. Additionally, I draw on the lessons of raising my own children. Common referral concerns include anxiety, mood/depression, adjustment difficulties, learning challenges, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity coping with a medical condition, loss, eating/body image issues, and coping with life transitions.
(609) 216-7941
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
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.
(843) 817-8443
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Bridgette Niepoth,   in Charleston
“Sometimes life's circumstances seem overwhelming. You may feel frustrated, depressed, angry, or anxious. You may have suffered a recent trauma or loss; perhaps you are struggling with the daily obstacles of life. I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment for you to explore personal issues, dilemmas, and concerns in a professional yet empathic setting. We will work together to structure therapy to identify your specific needs and establish goals. I do not take an expert approach with my client, but rather a partnership in working together so the client feels confidant and skillful to move life in the direction desired.
(843) 353-2948
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Julia Rodriguez, Psychiatric Nurse  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, NP, APRN, PMHNP
“I am a board certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and I work with clients who suffer from depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, and schizophrenia. My approach to care is tailored to your needs and may include psychotherapy, medication, or nutritional supplements. I incorporate nutrition and exercise as treatment tools. I can do an evaluation and determine which supplements may be most beneficial for your mental health. If you desire, we may incorporate your loved ones in your treatment to help them learn to support you on the pathway to recovery.
(843) 556-8177
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Stephanie Sullivan, Counselor  in Charleston
“There are times when life seems overwhelming and answers are not appearing. I am here to help during these difficult times. Advocating for my clients, creating a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere, and building a trusting relationship are my personal goals and I enjoy assisting individuals to lead a more fulfilling life.
(843) 968-4038
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Wende Reynolds, Counselor  in Charleston
“I'm an experienced mental health and addictions counselor, licensed since 2001. I like to create a relaxed atmosphere for our work together. My stance is non-judgmental, with the emphasis on understanding your goals and providing support, skills training and education to move you toward them. I have specialized training in Crisis Intervention, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I enjoy facilitating improved communication within families and couples. I will coordinate with your health care or psychiatry providers to ensure that you get the best care possible.
(843) 765-4689
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Dean Ludington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“TRUST Peer reviewed articles published in recent years regarding and quantifying the importance of trust between a client and his or her mental health clinician indicate that the professionalís education or credentials have less to do with positive therapeutic outcomes than trust between the client and clinician. Finding a clinician you might trust can be a time consuming proposition. However, a relatively quick and totally free phone call may give you an initial indication of whether the professional on the other end of the phone may be suited to help you with the present difficult situation at hand.
(843) 605-4449
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
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