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Lesbian Issues Therapists in Houston

Tina Fontenot, Counselor  in Houston
“Half the battle of seeking help is making an appointment. If you are reading about therapists, you must have something to say. In my office you will quickly feel comfortable and safe. Why don't you phone me and talk for a few minutes to get a feel for my style. I have been working with people for the last 24 years to improve the quality of their lives. So please feel free to phone or email for an appointment. I know that you will be glad that you did!
Lesbian Issues
(281) 475-9958
Houston, Texas 77058
Barbara J. Washington, Counselor  in Houston
“I'm a certified EC-4 Teacher, and EC-12 School Counselor before becoming an LPC. I'm a child advocate who thrives to first understand the needs of the children so that I might better help with mental/physical turmoil they may be encountering. I enjoy the behavioral aspect of counseling with children and families. I find the tools I use and the strategies I incorporate has been most effective in helping resolve conflict in school, work, and at home. I enjoy working with whole families, couples, groups, and in an "Intervention" format to help families with positive outcomes.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 489-7514
Houston, Texas 77036
Linda Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe trust and compatibility are essential to a successful therapeutic relationship. My highest priority is creating a collaborative, safe and accepting environment for fostering change and growth. I work within a broad range of areas including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, parenting and relationship issues. My areas of specialty and expertise are eating disorders, trauma and gay lesbian issues. As a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine, I enjoy teaching and supervising Clinical Social Work trainees.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 338-9183
Houston, Texas 77006
Jimmy P. Sethna, Psychologist  in Houston
“Are you hopeless, overwhelmed, angry, irritable,or have difficulty accomplishing your goals? Do you feel as if something is holding you back from experiencing happiness? Are you struggling with life span transitional stages such as going to college, getting married, separated, or divorced? Are changes in your family affecting you? Do you struggle with memory problems, had a recent head injury, or another neurological problem such as a stroke or seizure? If any of these describe you, I can help.
Lesbian Issues
(281) 305-0402
Houston, Texas 77090
National Counseling Center, Counselor  in Houston
“We are committed to excellence in all aspects of counseling and therapy. We believe that individuals are healthy when they are clear of past situations and have the right tools to deal with life’s circumstances and stressors. People learned certain behaviors that were useful at some point in their lives, but are now getting in their way of fulfillment. Relationships are healthy and strong when partners understand, appreciate, and celebrate each other. We work to discover the underlying themes contributing to your concerns and then tailor therapy to you for greater success.
Lesbian Issues
(281) 305-3067
Houston, Texas 77042
Of Heart & Mind, Counselor  in Houston
“Are you talking but it seems that no one is listening? When juggling family, friends, work, mental & physical health, accomplishments and let downs we transition through an array of emotions. These emotions are normal, but can be overwhelming when dealt with alone. Through talk therapy in a confidential and supportive environment, I am available to assist in fostering emotional wellness that accommodates the life you desire and deserve to have.
Lesbian Issues
(832) 604-2429
Houston, Texas 77018
Karen Waldman, Psychologist  in Houston
“My specializations include couples and marital counseling, individual and group therapy, behavioral health psychoeducation (i.e., the mind-body connection), and hypnosis. Understandably, clients want results that are both fast and lasting, so I tend to use some type of brief, solution-focused model in my work. I also have considerable experience utilizing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a method that is both quick and effective for relationship/family/parenting problems, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, PTSD, chronic pain, guilt, insomnia, medical impairments, work stress, anger/resentment, addictions, and many other difficult issues.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 766-4375
Houston, Texas 77074
Robert Jefferson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD, QCSW
“I have helped thousands of people with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, grief/loss, trauma, self-image, addictions and relationship problems. My clients make meaningful changes in their lives and the lives of others. I will help you resolve your problems, live free of them, have relief and resolution. I will give you specific tools to use to resolve problems, move forward and prevent relapse. If you want to resolve a particular problem, enhance your personal growth, or to move your life in a new direction, I offer you a supportive, non-judgmental, problem-solving and confidential environment.
Lesbian Issues
(281) 816-5289
Houston, Texas 77069
“I am glad that you have chosen to seek help for whatever issue you may be struggling with. I am a therapist all about truth and 'keeping it real'. In working in the mental health field for over 10 years with populations from prisoners and victims to children and the emotionally disturbed I have learned people need to hear truth and be educated about their issues. Once these things are on the table effective solutions and plans of action can be established. Remember that authentic minds live authentic lives. ~Yvette M Cornish MA, LPC, ABD www.amcounseling.org
Lesbian Issues
(832) 431-4431
Houston, Texas 77029
Phil Ginsburg, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, NCC
“I believe that while you are the expert in your own life, that I can help you to expand your view of a problem and to find new possibilities for change. Whether the sessions are with an individual, couple or family, I view you, the client, as being embedded in various relationships. I believe that a person grows in relationships and it is my mission to help you resolve conflict, establish resources and improve relating skills needed to enhance the overall health of your life and your relationships. "To bring anything into your life, imagine that it's already there."
Lesbian Issues
(832) 390-0960
Houston, Texas 77095
Jillian Winters  in Houston
“We all have challenges in our lives, but there are times when we may feel so stuck that talking to a therapist is necessary and natural. Finding the right fit between you and your therapist is important. Whether you wish to work on a specific problem or just need someone to talk to, I am a warm, respectful therapist that can help you find freedom from negative emotions. We all get stuck sometimes and we eventually realize that quick fixes do not work. The first step is to seek compassionate, professional help instead of letting old patterns run your life.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 999-4620 x381
Houston, Texas 77006
Rosalie W Hyde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I often see people who have been in therapy before but report nothing changed. I help people explore and understand what drives their old familiar patterns that continue to cause them grief. I try to create a relationship in which people can attend to the experiences in their lives that may have hurt them, losses they might not have recognized, and traumatic experiences they might never have fully grieved or understood. Therapy should be a partnership that fosters hope and change. "If we don't talk about it we may be vulnerable to re-experience it".
Lesbian Issues
(713) 338-9049
Houston, Texas 77098
Pathways to Coping, LLC, Counselor  in Houston
“I am a Licensed Psychotherapist. My diverse clinical background includes work with adults, adolescents, children, families and groups in inpatient psychiatric hospitals, child protective services, home-based and school-based settings. I have extensive experience working with clients in the treatment of trauma/PTSD, depression, anxiety and marital/relationship issues.
Lesbian Issues
(832) 500-5629
Houston, Texas 77060
Steve Milner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LMSW-AC, LCSW
“I am uniquely qualified to help you cope and grow through painful issues that bring down your quality of life. With over 20 years clinical experience, and living an authentic, challenging, and fun life, I have created and used many coping skills and strategies that work in addressing whatever your problem(s) may be. Often it is a matter of crisis management followed by learning how to avoid what brought you down in the first place. I am direct and give my full attention and availability to you when you need it, like between sessions. Ask. I can help.
Lesbian Issues
(281) 978-2346
Houston, Texas 77057
Connie M. Siciliano Avila, Counselor  in Houston
“My specialties focus on trauma, addiction, and relationships. If you would like to get control of your life, deal with emotions or lack of emotions, stop behaviors that cause more problems, improve self-esteem, improve relationships, cope effectively, and stop harmful thoughts. Call me. I worked in hospital settings, private practice, addiction treatment, and university counseling centers. I have extensive experience with issues, such as dissociation, PTSD, depression, and bipolar disorders. Past client concerns include: trauma, addiction, relationships, personality disorders, anxiety, eating issues, grief, anger, divorce, communication, parenting, codependency, GLBTQ, multicultural challenges, spiritual matters, discovering self, and men/women issues.
Lesbian Issues
(214) 830-9879
Houston, Texas 77062
Michael Winters, Psychologist  in Houston
“Are you struggling to make your relationship work? Are you depressed or lonely, but can't figure out why? Do you have an important decision to make in your life, but have difficulty deciding what to do? If there were simple solutions to these problems you would have already discovered them! I work with clients to find deep insights and make difficult decisions. I work to create a safe, supportive environment for meaningful, and sometimes painful, exploration where there are no easy answers. I help couples discover forgotten aspects of their love, and to create new possibilities for their relationship.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 338-9124
Houston, Texas 77027
Jordan Therapy Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“This can be a difficult and challenging world we live in. We all need a compassionate listening ear. Get the support and healing you deserve so you can face life head on! If there are things in your life that you wish were different, we can work together to make positive changes. Get excited about your life and get the support you deserve by giving me a call. I offer Saturday appointments for scheduling convenience.
Lesbian Issues
(281) 816-5954
Houston, Texas 77058
Donna J. Henn, M.S., LPC, Counselor  in Houston
“Consider that the path to pursue your passions and dreams is actually within your reach. What if you could begin this process today, and no longer carry burdens from the past with you? Past traumatic experiences often leave an imprint on the mind/body in such a way that present-day stressors can easily trigger a recurrent emotional/physical stress response. Each environmental trigger validates an automatic physical stress response because the central nervous system is pre-set/pre-wired to be ON ALERT. Stress can be cumulative and create illness or a disease process over time (i.e., fibromyalgia, CFIDS, autoimmune response, etc.).
Lesbian Issues
(832) 769-0317
Houston, Texas 77058
Sam Caldarera, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCSW, LPC, CGP
“After 40+ years of practicing psychotherapy I have learned many different ways of helping people bring about the changes they want to make. I see individuals and couples and know how to listen. After the first session I have many clients tell me they have a better understanding of their problems and new tools that will help them deal with their issues.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 489-8616
Houston, Texas 77098
Debra A Lubow, Counselor  in Houston
“I would like to introduce myself. I am a TX licensed psychotherapist in private practice in Houston, TX. I specialize in life transitions; relationships; dating, marital, separation and divorce. I treat women and men who struggle with depression, anxiety and poor self esteem. After receiving my Masters in Mental Health Counseling from St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida over 20 years ago, I have been committed to helping others. I understand that it can be difficult to find a connection when seeking out a therapist. Let me encourage you not to give up and feel free to call me.
Lesbian Issues
(713) 253-8283
Houston, Texas 77005
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