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Therapists in Houston

Paula F Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, LCSW
“Are you feeling stuck and frustrated about your life or dissatisfied with your relationships? I am committed to helping you overcome challenges in a warm non-judgmental environment. My practice is a safe place to discuss past or current difficulties that may be keeping you from having the life you want. I see my role as providing the groundwork for change, a place to be heard, gain self-awareness, and healing. I am a compassionate listener who will assist you in learning new ways of being with yourself and others.
(713) 636-5465
Houston, Texas 77063
Pamela G Ogletree, Counselor  in Houston
“When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought joy to my soul." (Psalm 94:19) There are times in our life when obstacles from our past or circumstances from the present can cause emotional and spiritual unrest. The unrest, if persistent can negatively impact the educational, social and professional aspects of a person's life.
(281) 317-0847
Houston, Texas 77066
Alana Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“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
Jason Glenn Garvin, Psychiatrist  in Houston
“As a double board certified psychiatrist who enjoys doing intensive therapy I offer BOTH medication management (if necessary) and psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and children. I try to focus on each person as an individual and not as a diagnosis. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance and is highly regarded. I utilize psychodynamic psychotherapy as well as supportive therapy, and I have been in private practice for 9 years at the same location.
(713) 338-9031
Houston, Texas 77098
Louisa Bonner Hernandez, Counselor  in Houston
“I have a great deal of respect and admiration for people who seek help with the difficulties they face in life, and I am grateful for the chance to offer my guidance. I strive to help people identify and build upon the strengths and gifts they already possess, learn new ways to manage depression and anxiety, and cope with the transitions and challenges that define our lives. These transitions often include marriage, divorce, job loss, aging parents, grief and loss, blended families, adolescence, graduation/career change, parent-child conflict, recovery from trauma/abuse, or a loved one with mental illness.
(281) 815-4556
Houston, Texas 77056
Healthy Changes Hypnosis,   in Houston
“I am a retired Pediatric RN so enjoy helping children with issues that keep them from being healthy and happy. I am also dedicated to helping people save their lives by giving up smoking and learning to control their weight . Our hypnosis practice also offers a free Stress Reduction class once every month, which is a good step for many people who want to improve their health and well-being, as Stress is often a major issue in many health concerns. I am also very interested in helping people prepare for surgery and medical or dental procedures that frighten them.
(281) 231-9886
Houston, Texas 77024
Cristy Gamez-Galka, Psychologist  in Houston
“I want to help you create the life you want to live. I believe this starts with figuring out your strengths, we all have them, while discussing what challenges you face. Both of these pieces will help us develop a picture of the life you want to live and where you want to start in creating it for yourself. We will work together to help you move in that direction. People can forget how resilient they are, but I will remind you as you move toward what you desire.
(281) 724-3135
Houston, Texas 77006
“Are you trapped in today's culture of endless stress and constant demands? If so, it only proves that you're a real person. Take this opportunity to regain your focus and regroup. My eclectic style blends multiple counseling formats to provide an individual approach that creates a warm atmosphere that fosters understanding, support, and potential growth for you. Counseling is a mutual endeavor with the goal of identifying areas of concern and collaborating to generate potential solutions. Don't wait any longer and don't continue to suffer any longer. Reach out for success now! Restoration begins right now!
(281) 397-3234
Houston, Texas 77004
Treasa Mitchell, Counselor  in Houston
“Whether you're seeking counseling for marriage or family issues, depression, anxiety, behavior issues, clinical diagnosis, court ordered domestic violence classes, family divorce, decree modification mediation, or any number of other life issues; I am here to help. I have numerous years of experience counseling youth, families, and individuals through Houston Galveston Institute, the Covenant House, West Oaks Psychiatry Hospital, Shiloh Residential Treatment Facility, Riverside General Hospital PHP, St. Michael's Hospital PHP, Behavioral Medicine Houston, Greater Houston Psyc Associates, and private practice at Tabono CMC.
(832) 240-4745
Houston, Texas 77058
Steven E. Bailley, Psychologist  in Houston
“Dr. Bailley has successfully assisted many good people to cope better with their life traumas and grief since opening his practice in 1999. He works best with introspective individuals who are interested in (a) taking more responsibility for themselves, (b) consistently making better choices, and (c) changing what they can (about themselves and their surroundings) to make their lives better. His patients work in therapy to learn about themselves and improve their coping so that they can heal from the trauma(s) they have experienced and get back to fully engaging in and enjoying life.
(713) 338-9281 x1
Houston, Texas 77057
Catherine Boswell, Psychologist  in Houston
“We are a society in which everyone of us - individually - is expected to "pull ourselves up by our boot-straps and keep going," which has its benefits and drawbacks, the biggest problem being that the metaphorical straps will inevitably break, often leaving individuals isolated and with relationship and/or work difficulties. I wonder if you could consider it an act of strength and courage - rather than weakness - both to seek help and then to risk receiving it?
(713) 512-5999
Houston, Texas 77005
Tom Stevens, LPC-S, RPT-S, Counselor  in Houston
“Now is the time to change your life! Finding a good counselor should not have to be a painful and frustrating process. I am a psychotherapist with over 19 years of experience working with children, teenagers, parents, and adults. My main goal is to help people by building a safe and supportive atmosphere for treatment. Treating children involves play therapy where children can act out their feelings through play. When treating teenagers, adults, or parents I take a much more direct approach to counseling. I believe it's important to look honestly at your past, not letting it dictate your future.
(281) 336-0518
Houston, Texas 77070
Micki Grimland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“My philosophy on what makes an effectual clinician is deep compassion along with a strong ability to confront what a client can not see, doesn't want to see, or runs from, in a way that is digestible. This leads to transformational changes that are permanent and life changing. In my opinion, Carl Jung said it best, "Every defeat of the ego is a victory for the soul."
(713) 954-4851
Houston, Texas 77042
Gabrielle Seekely, Counselor  in Houston
“We are defined by our abilities, achievements and limitations. Adults living with Autism, Asperger's or ADHD are often defined by their limitations and confused by how to let their talents shine through.
(281) 940-7981
Houston, Texas 77024
Peggy Braam, Counselor  in Houston
“In a safe and non-judgmental environment, I strive to create a collaborative and trusting therapeutic relationship with each of my clients. My goal is to help you identify and understand the obstacles you are facing, recognize and utilize your strengths and work toward enhancing a sense of well-being and personal satisfaction in your life.
(832) 612-3259
Houston, Texas 77007
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC, LMFT
“I am a psychotherapist, coach, trainer and LPC Supervisor with 30+ years experience assisting individuals, couples, and groups with personal and professional changes, challenges, conflicts and crises. My therapeutic expertise includes: relationship growth, repair and transition; trauma resolution; sexual violence against women; and women's empowerment. I believe the art and skill of mindfulness is perhaps the most important tool clients can learn and practice to address their personal and professional issues and concerrns.
(713) 388-6934
Houston, Texas 77027
Town & Country Transitional Outpatient Program, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“Town & Country Transitional Outpatient Program offers both Intensive Outpatient and Supportive Outpatient Services in the City Centre/ Town & Country/ Memorial City area of Houston. Collectively our staff has over 60 years of experience in addiction. We are dedicated to a personalized, private and flexible approach in an intimate, beautiful setting. We take only 10 clients for each program and are available around the clock to our clients. We offer services to address most any issue that accompanies addiction such as dual diagnosis, relationship crisis, family and work issues, mood disorders, legal and court evaluations, and most importantly a sense of helplessness and hopelessness. We are all in recovery from drugs and/or alcohol and choose recovery, because it IS amazing. Let us show you a different way!
(713) 766-4842
Houston, Texas 77024
Barbara Tolle Cavanaugh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
“I have been providing psychotherapy services in Houston for over twenty five years. I work with men, women and couples of all sorts who want to improve their coping skills, reduce hurtful behavior patterns, and live emotionally healthier lives. Some clients prefer to participate in individual therapy, while others find marriage or relationship counseling to be more helpful to solve their emotional or family problems.
(713) 523-2772
Houston, Texas 77005
Banyan Counseling Network, Counselor  in Houston
“Counseling/Therapy for men and women as individuals or in relationship.
(281) 394-1813
Houston, Texas 77084
Beverly Dolenz Walsh, Psychologist  in Houston
“"Experience a Stable Relationship". That's my goal and I hope it will be yours as well. In 2009, I shifted "from the office to the pasture" to start partnering with horses to provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning experiences. In that time I have witnessed the power of horses in helping to heal people and observed profound shifts in the people with whom I work. The work with horses is a "grounded" experience, so no horsemanship background required. My doctorate in Counseling Psychology is from Texas A&M University. I have been licensed to practice in Texas since 1996.
(713) 338-9126
Houston, Texas 77047
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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.