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Therapists in Columbia

Debbie Danner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Tired of feeling stuck , hopeless, or constantly worrying ? Frustrated with your relationships at work or home? I have over 20 years of experience helping individuals, couples, adolescents and families begin living the lives they have wanted, but prevented themselves from living. I believe the most practical, and simplest interventions work the best. I provide a safe, nonjudgemental space in which to explore solutions. I am upfront with you , considering you to be the expert in your own life. Weekend and evening appointments available.
(573) 561-5056
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Inner Reflections Child  Family Counseling Sharon Cantrell-Brush, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“My focus is assisting children, adolescents, individuals and families who are having challenges with mental health issues, behavioral and emotional disorders, trauma and crisis intervention. Family therapy is a core focus which includes, building family relationships,providing parenting education, and providing a safe place for individuals and families to learn healthy and appropriate means of communication.
(573) 919-0785
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Laura McMurry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Let's team up to get you feeling better! You can bring your questions, concerns and conundrums and I'll bring my 20+ years of experience. Then we'll explore the next step forward.
(573) 206-4093
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Ric Doubet, Counselor  in Columbia
“Love heals. Tears and pain weaken each of us with time. Addressing the source of the debilitating emotions of shame/guilt, trauma, fears, loss etc. the healing power inherent in all is unleashed. I believe in helping others help themselves. I believe we have healing powers within that are stimulated when one begins to recognize them. The journey to self healing begins with self love. We all have the power to be happy and successful. I will meet you where you are- let the healing journey begin!In home therapy available!
(573) 218-0517
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Joshua C Hulen, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC, CRC, NCC, BCN
“I enjoy positive psychology and prefer to focus on solutions, strengths, and assets. I feel it is important to view each person from their unique cultural experience with a nonjudgmental stance. I believe in the biopsychosocial model and understand health and functioning as being systemic in nature.
(573) 535-6961
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Timothy Gordon, Counselor  in Columbia
“I have been providing therapy services for over 10 years. I have worked in a variety of settings since 2002 including college counseling centers, a substance abuse treatment center, community mental health centers, a correctional facility, adolescent group homes, and in private practice. My formal training and professional experiences have given a depth and breadth of knowledge and skill in individual, couples, and group therapy approaches. I have also had the opportunity to work with clients in a variety of age ranges with various concerns, and treatment methods. I regularly work with adolescents (16 years and above), adults, and couples.
(573) 880-4696 x221
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Linda Fentress, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hi, I'm Linda. In the counseling journey, I hope to come alongside you as you wrestle with the inherent difficulties and struggles associated with life. Damaged relationships, disappointments, insecurities, hurt,trauma, and anxieties... it all can be overwhelming and debilitating as times. But I believe healing is possible!
(573) 312-4513
Columbia, Missouri 65203
James B Hertel, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I can help you achieve healthier relationships, more confidence, self understanding, and peace of mind. I have helped adults, college students and couples with support, understanding and answers for over a decade. I am best suited to help people struggling with relationship problems, depression, anxiety, and chronic unhappiness. I have a depth of "real-world" experiences. I offer a FREE PHONE CONSULTATION. This is a one-time call in which I will provide suggestions how to help you! Accepting all insurance plans, credit and debit cards. Call 573-424-2605 or visit http://www.jimhertelphd.com.
(573) 535-5452
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Sarah Coller, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with a private practice in Columbia Missouri. I provide Inividual, Couples and Family Therapy. I work with clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder and relationship difficulties. This also includes clients who are recovering from childhood abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder. I see every individual as unique, and help my clients develop goals that will help make their lives and relationships more meaningful and successful.
(573) 719-2392
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Gerry Heisler, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I know it can be hard finding a therapist you can trust. With over 30 years of experience, I can function as your advocate. We all need to make peace with the past. All we can do as adults is make choices and live with them. Exploring alternatives is important. When we cope with stress in a way that creates more stress, we are self defeating. If I see you setting yourself up for misfortune, my task is to help you work through self-defeating behaviors. Many are overly critical and need to learn to be less judgemental of themselves.
(573) 575-6158
Columbia, Missouri 65202
Center for Family and Individual Counseling, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I am a licensed psychologist whose training and experience are in the area of Clinical Psychology. My work with individuals grows out of the perspective that people have innate abilities and unique experiences in life that combine to shape the ways in which they view themselves and others. I seek to help individuals understand the issues that may be preventing them from reaching life goals. I seek to help clients create and maintain an understanding of themselves and the world around them that can result in a reduction of distress and an increase in positive interactions with others.
(573) 444-1906
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Center for Family and Individual Counseling, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Treatment specialization includes: * Depression * Anxiety * Panic and phobias * Relationship issues * Couples * Parenting and family Issues * Health * Pain * Eating and body image * Grief and loss * GLBT * Work and career * Stress management * Family of origin issues * Post Traumatic Stress Disorder * Trauma and abuse * Sexual identity issues * Spiritual issues * Stage of life issues
(573) 446-5034
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Linda Pogorzelski Johnson, Counselor  in Columbia
“Using imagery, goal setting, and mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy, I help people heal from the past, accept what is, and live life with with intention.
(573) 340-9934
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Brian Bowles, Counselor  in Columbia
“Do you feel stuck or unsure of how to get out of a crisis in your life? Are your relationships suffering? Do you want to change your own behavior but aren't sure how? As a counselor, I can help you see what's getting in the way of your growth and learn what you can do to make the changes you want to make.
(573) 415-8449
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Alice Schawo, Counselor  in Columbia
“I have been a mental health professional for about 10 years. I have a background in education and administration as well small group leadership in the local church setting.I am committed to helping others deal with hurts from the past so they can blossom in the present and future. In sessions we will to look at the past as well as the present and together evaluate and develop goals and steps to meet those goals.
(573) 485-1513
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Kaye Kellogg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I recognize the inherent worth and uniqueness of each client, and will work with you to enhance your quality of life whatever your particular problem. If you've ever been to the ER thinking you're having a heart attack and nothing was found to be wrong with your heart, you may have an Anxiety or Panic Disorder. If you are motivated to eliminate the symptoms of Anxiety and Panic in your life, call or email me to schedule a consultation. I see my clients in their own homes, which is helpful to most sufferers of anxiety and panic disorders.
(573) 880-4748
Columbia, Missouri 65202
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, EdSpec
“In my many years of practice, I have seen a wide range of patient issues. I pride myself on being willing to go to your home, especially for those who are elderly and disabled. I am able to schedule appointments within one week to ten days. I welcome your call.
(573) 990-1970
Columbia, Missouri 65202
Toni Rahman, Traveling Healer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“A trusting relationship can often be the first step toward healing. Within my practice I use a holistic, mind-body approach including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to alleviate the effects of trauma in both children and adults. Trauma comes in all shapes and sizes, and tends to plague us all to varying degrees, at one time or another, whether it's the Big-T Trauma of an automobile accident or the loss of a loved one; or the smaller-t trauma a child experiences when encountering emotions that he or she can't yet put into words.
(573) 415-8124
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Carole Rodon, Psychologist  in Columbia
“My name is Carole Rodon. I am a licensed psychologist with a PhD in Counseling Psychology and a BS in Occupational Therapy. I have been in private practice 24 years. My belief is that all behavior is purposeful and accordingly, we can make creative choices to heal and grow through the behaviors and feelings we experience. I see myself as a resource to you in providing compassionate, non-judgmental listening and feedback that helps you listen to your own inner wisdom and guidance. I encourage you to develop clear perceptions and to trust them to guide your actions.
(573) 705-9990
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Michael B Kaplan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is depression, anxiety, or anger holding you back from where you want to be in life? Please don't give up, because help is available. Many people feel a need to make changes, but don't know how. None of their options seem to work out. The pressure can lead to other problems, like trouble getting to sleep, difficulty making decisions, poor self-esteem, physical pain, or troubled relationships.
(573) 340-9971
Columbia, Missouri 65201

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