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Couples Counseling Therapists in Columbia

Healing Path Counseling- Ellen P. Mitchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“The journey to healing begins with a single step! For some of us this is a difficult, sad time of year. If you would like to feel better, your first step should be to contact me! Take that courageous first step toward feeling better call me for an appointment. I offer a compassionate listening ear and guidance on your path toward a more fulfilling, meaningful life!
Couples Counseling
(803) 251-6633
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
David L. Watkins,   in Columbia
“Most of us do not need counseling, because we do NOT suffer from a mental disorder. We may need support when we are at the forks in the road, feel stuck in a rut, unable to communicate effectively,or when we experience seemingly unsolvable problems. For more than 50 years, I've empowered people, helped them resolve problem,overcome feelings of hopelessness, and find joy and fulfillment.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2548
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Dr. Joseph Boland, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Dr. Boland has a general psychotherapy practice treating children, adolescents and adults . He has been in private practice since 1988 and specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Behavioral Family Psychotherapy. Dr. Boland graduated Summa Cum Laude (top 2%) from the University of Northern Colorado in 1981 and received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of South Carolina in 1987. He completed his psychology internship at the Medical College of Georgia and his postdoctoral supervision at G. Werber Bryan Psychiatric Hospital in Columbia, SC. He is licensed in South Carolina as a clinical psychologist.
Couples Counseling
(803) 393-9939
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Nola Covington Burnette,   in Columbia
“My heart is to help people who are wounded & hurting become whole. This holistic approach incorporates the mental & physical well-being as well as the social & spiritual well-being of each person. My strengths are a sincere desire to serve those in need of help & a firm conviction that this is what God has called me to do.
Couples Counseling
(803) 937-3263
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Kristin Michelle Smith, Counselor  in Columbia
“I view our relationship as collaborative, and it is my duty to help you facilitate the understanding of yourself, your experiences, your culture, and your relationships. Counseling does not involve listening to problems but listening for solutions. My counseling philosophy has been heavily influenced by cognitive behavioral theory and systems theory. I believe in identifying the relationship among one's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I view the family as a system arranged around patterns and rules that dictate how the family and the individual members interact. While families are imperfect systems, they are our greatest source of meaning and connection.
Couples Counseling
(803) 675-7871
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Courtney Skaggs  in Columbia
“I aim to work beside each client to help them grow through, change from, or overcome life issues. I understand that each person is unique and has an important story. While I work with a variety of issues, such as depression and anxiety, I am most experienced in working with sexual trauma victims.
Couples Counseling
(803) 218-9516 x1007
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Deana Caldwell, Counselor  in Columbia
“I primarily use a person centered approach when working with clients. This form of therapy involves the client in every aspect of their problem solving, development of coping skills and/or healing process and puts them in control of reaching their goals. As a counselor I believe my role is to assist clients in developing deeper insight into themselves, the area of concern as well as the possibilities for growth and change. Being empathetic and accepting of my clients promotes this collaborative effort.
Couples Counseling
(803) 426-3425
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Salley M Lesley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP, LMFT
“22 years of clinical experience as a therapist, combined with over 65 years of life experience bring important qualifications to my work. I am a wife of 42 years, a mother and grandmother, have experience with cancer, deep spirituality, and live a creative life. I work with individuals, couples, and families in an atmosphere of trust, compassion, and non-judgement. I believe we all have a deep desire to live a life that best expresses who we truly are, even when we get confused or lose our way. My high standands of integrity and ethics add the perfect ingredients for this important healing work.
Couples Counseling
(803) 223-7618 x206
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Southeast Counseling & Consulting, LLC, Counselor  in Columbia
“Southeast Counseling & Consulting, LLC is a multi-disciplinary professional environment that is conducive to children, teens and adults of all ages. SCC is dedicated to providing services that will support and enhance the personal and professional development of our clients. There is a total commitment to assisting individuals as they respond to the challenges and opportunities of life. The counselors are dedicated to excellence in helping people achieve wellness, balance and success.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2049 x1
Columbia, South Carolina 29204
Catherine W Harman, Counselor  in Columbia
“When life becomes too challenging, whether the cause is depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties or grief and loss, seeking help is the first step in gaining greater control and happiness over your life. Whether your goal is improving your coping skills, strengthening your relationship, reducing negative thinking, or reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety, counseling can help. I am committed to providing short-term therapy to individuals and families in a time effective and affordable manner. Change is difficult, but together we can work toward improving relationships, reducing negative thinking, reducing depression and anxiety, and learn to take better care of ourselves.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2107
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
William Troutman, Counselor  in Columbia
“As a counselor I enjoy the process of coming along side people when life seems unmanageable. I seek to create a safe environment for people to process on a deeper level. I'm trained to understand and treat emotional issues as well as spiritual. Additionally, I administer several assessments including Prepare and Enrich for martial and premarital as well as Strongs Interest Inventory which assesses potential career interests. I have recently come on staff with Columbia Counseling Center and I'm taking new clients. Please don't hesitate to call and set up an appointment today.
Couples Counseling
(803) 675-7370
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Integrative Wellness,   in Columbia
“As a counselor I am dedicated to assisting others in decreasing the stress and pain in their life, while also assisting them in maximizing their autonomy, authenticity, and empowerment. I use simple yet profound and effective tools,including but not limited too, Heart Math, Emotional Stress Release, and Emotional Freedom Technique.These techniques may also be used at home for any type of anxiety, stress, or emotional pain, while also improving your physical health. If you would like to come in for a complementary 30 minute session to see if I am the correct match for you as a counselor, please give me a call.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2723
Columbia, South Carolina 29206
“Using a contemporary strength-based integrative approach as a basis for therapy, MiKi fits each therapy to the client. Areas of expertise include personal crisis and trauma, academic or educational issues, social skill training, stress and anxiety management, life coaching, relationship dialogues, military-related issues, parenting, blended families, and drug and alcohol abuse. MiKi approaches each client with empathy, support, trust, and persistence, working with each client to increase confidence and self-esteem, develop richer relationships, and achieve emotional balance and health.
Couples Counseling
(803) 450-2677
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Elizabeth Leaphart, Counselor  in Columbia
“Bloom Hypnosis Center is South Carolina's Hypnofertility®, Hypnobirth®, and General Wellness practice for women, specializing in aligning the mind and body through hypnosis for conception, pregnancy, birthing, and women's health. With fourteen years of mental health, counseling, education, and social service experience, Elizabeth offers a safe, supportive retreat for sharing your life and realizing your goals. Whether your first child or growing your family, Bloom Hypnosis Center will support you throughout your natural or medically assisted fertility process, as well as offering continued sessions in pregnancy, birth, and afterbirth with healing, lactation, and bonding. General wellness sessions are customized just for you.
Couples Counseling
(803) 937-1198
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Katrina Williams, Counselor  in Columbia
“"Feeling a little emotionally scattered in life?" Then you have come to the right place! I would love to help you connect to these scattered emotions, so that you can begin to experience a life that's both whole and fulfilled. I offer individual, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Motto: "Connecting The Dots Of Life To Bring About Wholeness."
Couples Counseling
(803) 798-2228
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Carol Reyner Barnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, EdS, LISW
“I have over 20 years of experience with helping people with depression,anxiety, addictions,family issues, grief and loss, and codependency. My approach is solution focused with an emphasis on body,mind, and spirit. I accept Blue Cross, Value Options, Tricare Standard, Military One, and Medicare. I am also an EAP provider for First Sun, Deer Oaks,Cascade Centers, and Value Options. Call me today for a 15 minute free phone consultation to see if my approach is right for you.
Couples Counseling
(803) 459-1003
Columbia, South Carolina 29206
Dr. Bob Phillips, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Working together we can make important changes in how you feel and how you live your life. We will work hard to make lasting changes. I usually see clients for four to eight sessions. After 40 years in psychology I am now working one day a week.
Couples Counseling
(803) 675-5964
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
Bill Rogers, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CSAT, CMAT
“Within a confidential environment, I seek to provide a place where you can explore and restore stressful areas of your life. My focus is to help support you toward achieving recovery, healing and peace while providing solid tools that help you discover new ways of facing life's difficulties. Together, we can seek to halt the destruction of unhealthy patterns while bringing hope and healing to broken relationships, wounded hearts, and troubled lives. Regardless of current challenges, we can work together, step-by-step, to effectively help you move toward the next stage of growth.
Couples Counseling
(803) 853-4044
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Mary Ann St John  in Columbia
“I have an interest in helping individuals, couples, and groups seek wholeness, healing, and freedom through authentic, safe, and confidential relationships. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify therapy goals and a treatment plan. As we all deal with stress, one of my primary goals is to help my client(s) explore ways to achieve better self-care. Specifically, my therapeutic interests include working with adults experiencing mild to moderate depression, anxiety, grief & loss, life transitions, and relationship and spiritual difficulties. I also offer on-going groups, workshops, and counseling retreats on a variety of topics.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-4128
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Julie M. L. Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“My specialty is couples and families. I mostly work with partners who are struggling with communication issues, infidelity, trust, and conflict. I often work with families who are struggling with boundaries and family arguments, as well as issues stemming from a new marriage with children from previous relationships.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-4092
Columbia, South Carolina 29201

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