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Behavioral Issues Therapists in Columbia

Jackie Ambrow,   in Columbia
“Are you ready for a change? Worried you can't stop smoking or lose weight? Do you want to overcome a fear or phobia, anxiety or PTSD, improve pain management, deal with ADD/ADHD or IBS, or achieve success in relationships, childbirth, academic achievement or career? As a Certified Hypnotherapist, I work with your subconscious mind to achieve your goals. It's responsible for a whopping 88% of your behavior! In hypnosis, your subconscious mind becomes your greatest ally, so you achieve your goals more quickly than with talk therapy alone. (Medical or mental health care issues require a referral.)
Behavioral Issues
(888) 442-6200
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Sharon Cantrell-Brush, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, RPTS
“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.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 919-0785
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
Behavioral Issues
(573) 446-5034
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.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 415-8449
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!
Behavioral Issues
(573) 218-0517
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.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 880-4696 x221
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Luanne Andes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I want to help you feel better. Together we can work on the challenges that make life difficult to manage at home or at work. I specialize in helping couples and families improve their relationships; helping individuals manage anger, stress, anxiety and depression; and helping parents improve their parenting skills. I offer individual and family therapy in my office with evening hours available. I also offer in-home therapy services. I believe in a holistic approach to therapy that is client centered and strengths based.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 260-4195
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.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 535-6961
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Rhonda Sokoff, Counselor  in Columbia
“My approach to therapy recognizes that much of our emotional suffering is rooted in the struggle to reconcile our unexpected and painful experiences (both past and present) with our desire for a fulfilling and happy life. At times, we find that the ways we previously made sense of life no longer fit. These difficult seasons face us all with the challenge and opportunity to find and create meaning in spite of chaos. Even in the midst of sorrow we can discover how to embrace the moments of peace and deepen our capacity for joy.
Behavioral Issues
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Columbia, Missouri 65201
Nancy Ellis-Ordway, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Nancy Ellis-Ordway has been practicing in the mental health field since 1979, in Jefferson City since 1998. She trained at the Psychoanalytic Institute in St. Louis and has extensive experience treating depression, anxiety, couples issues, eating disorders, body image issues and stress. She also teaches women's self defense classes and is available as a speaker on a wide range of topics. She has presented several times at national conferences and has written chapters for three books.
Behavioral Issues
(573) 340-9982
Office is near:
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Lakeland Behavioral Health System, Treatment Facility  in Columbia
“Lakeland is a leading provider of psychiatric services to children and seniors in the Midwest. For more than 100 years Lakeland has been dedicated to providing cutting edge medical and psychiatric needs. Since 1989, Lakeland has developed and refined programs that focus on the psychiatric health and well being of children, adolescents and older adults. While many psychiatric programs have closed due to declining reimbursement and state budget cuts, Lakeland has thrived due to the excellent programs, positive treatment outcomes and the individualized care provided for its patients and their families.
Behavioral Issues
(855) 375-6444
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Columbia, Missouri 65203
Community Rehab, Treatment Facility  in Columbia
Behavioral Issues
(855) 458-7873
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Columbia, Missouri 65203
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James B. Hertel, Ph.D., LLC, Licensed Psychologist, 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
Jeremy L Duke, Counselor  in Columbia
“Are you or a loved one having trouble because of alcohol or drug use? Are you looking for a couple or marriage counselor? Is your teenage son or daughter having difficulties? It is often difficult to know what to do when problems with drug and alcohol use arise. I specialize in addressing these problems as well as addictions such as sex, gambling, and the internet. I can help you assess the problem and figure out what to do.
(573) 299-0943
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Bette Fletcher, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I am an experienced, well-grounded psychologist. Examples of the kind of help I can offer you: finding the roots from the past that are causing unwanted mood, behaviors and thought patterns and helping you change them; making your way through a difficult period in life; making an important decision; finding a way to have better relationships; coming to terms with something that can't be changed; or making a difference in psychological or lifestyle factors affecting your health. You might be surprised how much it helps to talk with an objective, supportive, knowledgeable psychotherapist that you can trust.
(573) 567-4702
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
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
Joanne Fulton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 25 years experience providing individuals and couples therapy as well as management of health care professionals in a hospital setting and teaching at the college level. My approach to therapy is collaborative and straight forward focusing on strengths, needs, and goals. In addition I like to help clients gain insight into life's challenges that can lead them to strengthen and identify effective coping strategies.
(573) 213-6970
Columbia, Missouri 65203
Kaye Kellogg, LCSW - Mental Wellness Practitioner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“If you experience Anxiety or Panic Attacks, I can help you learn how to overcome them. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and/or Alternating Bi-lateral Stimulation (ABS), you can learn how to eliminate the symptoms of anxiety, PTSD, and numerous other symptoms that are interfering with your daily functioning. We will work together to improve your quality of life.
(573) 880-4748
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
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