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Therapists in Houston

Thelma Jean Goodrich,   in Houston
“Just by coming to this website, you have taken a big step towards a new understanding of your dilemmas as well as your strengths. As we begin therapy, you will come to appreciate the courage that has carried you through many other challenges in your life into the current one. The therapist/client relationship is unique in its trust and support. Someone said that during therapy, the therapist holds the world so you can do your work there. You are freed from other responsibilities so all your attention for once can be on you.
(713) 338-9003
Houston, Texas 77098
Jill Gilbert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“I have a special interest in working with difficult family relationships, couples therapy, anxiety, depression, addiction, adolescent issues, spiritual issues, trauma, grief, and family communication. I work with each client's strengths to help them gain more meaningful relationships that will lead them to a more empowering and enriching life. I often help physicians, therapists, and other professionals work through issues of burnout and compassion fatigue. In addition to providing therapy, I also provide supervision and case consultation to other therapists and students.
(832) 452-7581
Houston, Texas 77063
Kathryn Wallace Preng, Psychologist  in Houston
“Dr Kathryn Preng is a Rice graduate with twenty years specialization in mentoring individuals who want to improve the quality of their lives or relationships. She is a seasoned therapist with a career emphasis on treating anxiety, depression, and difficult transitions such as mid-life issues, divorce, grief, and retirement. She is an active participant in therapy and is described as a warm, insightful therapist, who engages her clients with humor and compassion.
(713) 338-9237
Houston, Texas 77024
Alana Smith - Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
“For over 10 years I have worked with individuals, couples, and families addressing issues related to communication, feelings of low self-worth, worry, anxiety, depression, and addiction issues. I have worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings and have written and developed clinical programing both in dealing with addiction recovery and family systems recovery from addiction. I also have spoken in public forums and at conferences on addiction and family recovery.
(281) 784-3295 x205
Houston, Texas 77056
Joan E Mullinax, Counselor  in Houston
“Do you feel like your life is passing you by? Are you stuck in a career that doesn't inspire you, or relationships that don't nurture you? Are you afraid of making the changes you need to move forward? It would my privilege to support you in loving who you are, doing what you love, and connecting with people you love. Don't wait to begin building the life you aspire to. Your time to move forward is now!
(832) 529-2335
Houston, Texas 77019
Toby Howell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you ready to move on with your life? Have you experienced an event that left you questioning what you have held to be true? Do you feel like you are continually being run over by a roller coaster of emotions? Are you having trouble understanding what is going on? It would my privilege to support you in understanding what is happening, handling your emotions, and figuring out where you would like to go from here. You are alive! You made it! You time is now. Do not let it slip away!
(832) 380-9941
Houston, Texas 77098
“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
(832) 431-4431
Houston, Texas 77029
Tina Bowne Hart,   in Houston
“Whether you have been diagnosed with ADHD or you see yourself as having a disorganized style, I will show you how to identify the symptoms of ADHD and you will no longer see them as personal shortcomings. You will discover what executive strengths and weaknesses you have and receive quality training to overcome those weaknesses with routines and structure designed specifically toward your unique situation. You will discover how to work with yourself, to attain a new level of efficiency and comfort in both your personal and professional life.
(832) 463-5694
Houston, Texas 77079
Karen Sebung, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT-S
“Are you facing challenges in your life? I want to empower you in dealing with those challenges in a supportive, non-judgmental counseling environment where you can feel safe to explore and begin to make changes to lead the happier, healthier life that you envision. My style is compassionate and caring and my approach is collaborative, client-centered and goal-oriented. I am passionate about therapy and look forward to working with you.
(281) 201-1661
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.).
(832) 769-0317
Houston, Texas 77058
Awakened Life Professional Coaching Services,   in Houston
“My belief is that challenges and conflict create opportunities for authentic growth and change. We are all capable of enhancing our lives at home and at work, when we learn how to embrace our authentic self to overcome obstacles. My purpose is to teach and collaboratively work with clients in adopting effective strategies so they may reconnect with their inner guidance system and find their own path and lead their life in peace, health and love in 2014.
(832) 900-2178
Houston, Texas 77002
Jane J. Bintz  in Houston
“Negative intense emotions can affect our daily lives if we allow them to. These emotions can be anger, shame, guilt, or sadness. It can leave us feeling down and overwhelmed causing anxiety and may drive us to behave in ways we normally wouldn't. Sometimes it may be difficult for couples and families to relate to each other when issues of life get in the way or when one may not believe the other understands. I use Gottman Therapy which helps couples and families connect emotionally while developing skills to communicate, validate, and understand each other.
(832) 786-2586
Houston, Texas 77006
Sonya G Adams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, SAP
“As an experience Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), I am able to provide a good therapeutic experience for the Dual Diagnosed client who is experiencing issues related to their Co-Occurring illness. I am experienced with providing services to the HIV/AIDS affected, LGBT community clients and have experience dealing with clients in crisis providing appropriate crisis intervention services. I have extensive experience working in psychiatric hospitals, both inpatient and outpatient treatment services.
(713) 568-6703
Houston, Texas 77018
Richelle Whittaker, Counselor  in Houston
“Are you new to therapy and unsure of what it looks like? Have no fear, your new therapist is here! I know that telling someone about experiences that are deemed embarrassing or difficult may be challenging; so I try to create an atmosphere where clients feel welcome and relaxed. I provide services for children, adolescents, young adults, and families. My goal is to help clients achieve peace of mind through play, talk, or a combination of both.
(832) 572-3489
Houston, Texas 77054
H. Barry McCarty -- Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“I am a Louisiana boy and a Texas man. I have been a child & family therapist in Houston for thirty years. My specialty is working with young children and their parents. I love the opportunity I have to be an advocate for the health and well-being of my clients whether children, their parents or adults wanting to improve their social relationships. I bring emotional and spiritual energy to my office and find humor to loosen the binds of feeling stuck and powerless. I am a storyteller and I love to hear and respond to the stories of my clients.
(281) 940-2212
Houston, Texas 77056
Walker Peacock, Psychologist  in Houston
“My professional experience has emphasized lifespan development, and has allowed me the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, and adults of diverse backgrounds. Many of my clients come in for help with treating specific problems such as ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression. Others come in seeking consultation for a variety of life issues including difficulty with organization, impulse control, and emotional expression. I provide psychological/consultation services for individuals, familes, parents, and professionals. **I offer a free initial telephone consultation for interested individuals. If you have any questions about my practice, please call or email me. I will respond within 24 hours.
(281) 336-0374
Houston, Texas 77027
Samantha Laffoon, Counselor  in Houston
“My work as a school counselor in the secondary school setting, combined with my work at Memorial Hermann's Prevention and Recovery Center for Drug and Alcohol Addiction and, later, at The Davis Clinic for Surgical and Non-Surgical Weight Loss, served as the catalyst for my interest in core issues related to self-esteem, shame, imperfection, and other barriers to discovering one's True Self. I have concentrated much of my practice on in-depth explorations of the origins of these core issues and, most importantly, how to help clients understand their past without getting stuck in the present.
(713) 898-3788
Houston, Texas 77057
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.
(281) 305-3067
Houston, Texas 77042
Raquel I Fernandez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“In private practice for more than 20 years in Houston. Work extensively with couples, individuals and families helping them achieve the fulfilling relationships they desire. Extensive experience dealing with marital issues, divorce, and step-parenting. Also, work with depression, death, grief, anxiety,and post traumatic stress. One of my main areas of interest lies in helping individuals and families achieve satisfying, connected relationships. Testing tools used, where appropriate, include couples compatibility, and career interest inventories. Named 2009 "Therapist of the Year" by Cancer Counseling. A non-profit organization offering therapy to cancer patients.Can do therapy in both English and Spanish
(713) 428-2951
Houston, Texas 77005
Christen M Geron, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A, LPC-I
“Is your marriage falling apart? Does it feel like everyone in your house hates each other? I work with couples whose marriages may be on the brink of divorce. And I work with families who can't seem to get along at home. Are you in either of those categories, but you can't get your spouse or children to cooperate with therapy? I also offer individual therapy for anyone having trouble dealing with the other people in their life. Additionally I have a special interest in working with women or couples who are struggling with infertility.
(281) 978-4828
Houston, Texas 77058
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Houston have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Houston you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Houston and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Houston or family therapy in Houston.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.