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Depression Therapists in Houston

Open Doorways Counseling, Counselor  in Houston
“Do you have an important decision to make and don't know what to do? Are you having problems communicating with important people in your life? Do you have problems with anxiety or depression? These are just a few of the questions a person seeking counseling may ask. I have been a counselor for 12 years in Houston, having worked in school counseling, hospitals, hospice, private practice and crisis intervention. My ideal client is a high functioning individual or couple who has hit a "bump in the road" of life and requires brief therapy to get back on track.
Depression
(713) 999-4742
Houston, Texas 77071
Melissa A. Moore, Psychologist  in Houston
“Do you feel like your emotions rule (or has ruined) your life?! How about feeling frustrated because you make goals to "do better," but you often find yourself doing the complete opposite?My goal as a psychologist is to help people move away from being emotionally-driven to living their life on purpose! Typically, when we are out of control with our emotions then it negatively impacts the relationships of those we love the most. Emotional problems can be extremely difficult to manage if you don't have the right mindset and tools to overcome life's inevitable curve balls.
Depression
(281) 712-7450
Houston, Texas 77090
Laurie Baldwin, Psychologist  in Houston
“Red Dun Ranch is a group of independent practitioners committed to providing effective therapy to clients who come here seeking help. As the owner, I desire to create a comfortable and welcoming environment. As a therapist, I actively engage my clients in a nonjudgemental process to help identify and change what's not working. Trained in cognitive behavioral psychology, I also utilize other interventions such as equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP). EAP is experiential and involves interactions with horses on the ground so they can reflect what is going on with clients and give them a chance to try out different solutions.
Depression
(713) 349-0504
Houston, Texas 77047
Joanna Guzman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPC
“If you find yourself caught in a difficult situation that you feel you have struggled to navigate, choose to begin a conversation with me and I can offer you a safe space to continue on a journey of exploration. I will work collaboratively with you in an attempt to uncover and/or create possibilities that you may not be aware of in your current life situation. With my diverse experience, your unique knowledge of yourself and desire to make a change, we will create a strong alliance to battle the issues that will come to pass in your life.
Depression
(281) 346-3894
Houston, Texas 77027
Jia Wang, Psychiatrist  in Houston
“I understand that taking care of your mental health is just as important as your physical health. That is why I see people from all walks of life, from students to professionals and to retirees.
Depression
(832) 981-1275
Houston, Texas 77056
Sharlie Velasco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all seek understanding and connection -- these are endemic to the human condition. Invalidating relationships and/or traumatic events can jeopardize our psychological development, well-being, and the ability to meaningfully relate to others. Do you find yourself plagued with stress that is becoming increasingly difficult to manage? Therapy facilitates self-discovery, which paves the way for healing and growth. I can offer you a safe, neutral environment to explore conflicting thoughts, painful feelings, and potentially destructive behaviors that may be preventing you from living life to the fullest.
Depression
(713) 999-4638
Houston, Texas 77006
Jessica B Holt, Psychiatrist  in Houston
“As a working mother, spouse, and physician, I understand the challenges facing women and men in the Houston area. As life becomes more stressful and as we do less to take care of ourselves, problems with mood (depression) and anxiety are likely to emerge, particularly in those with personal or family histories of such disorders. I see patients ages 18 and above and am interested in the social, academic,occupational, marital and emotional difficulties which often arise at various turning points in life and as responsibility accrues throughout our lifetime. It's never too late to get help or seek change.
Depression
(713) 338-9236
Houston, Texas 77024
Nanette Tashnek, Counselor  in Houston
Counselor, MSW, DPSc
“You are functioning in life...but are you moving in your life with mastery and full potential? You are reacting to the world...but are you engaged in the world with presence and power? You are maintaining your health...but are you feeling energetic and resilient? You are cohabitating with your partner...but are you growing in your relationship? Mental Imaging is the key to seeing more opportunities and taking action in your life. Eidetic Imaging is a life-changing method that uses images to unlock the origin of long-standing problems and provide tools to bring rapid massive success!
Depression
(281) 761-2463
Houston, Texas 77098
Michele K Lane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have always loved helping people to feel empowered about their relationships and vocations, and everyday living. My clients report in their testimonials that I am warm, comforting, empathetic, and easy to talk to. Some marriage counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists spend years analyzing and speculating about the root causes of a person's problem. One of my strengths is that I am able to zero in on the heart of a problem and devise effective strategies for solving it.
Depression
(713) 338-9201
Houston, Texas 77096
James Alterman, Counselor  in Houston
“My most effective clinical work is with motivated clients ready to work. Depression, anxiety, low self-worth and work place dissatisfaction are all connected in one way: All of these are present to some degree in personal or workplace communications successes or failures. If you work with just depression, much of the anxiety and low self worth will be significantly improved. You deserve to sample therapy with a 10 minute phone call with a professional to see how we can help. Feel free to call and leave a message for the best times to reach you. Or email me. Thanks.
Depression
(832) 730-2679
Houston, Texas 77024
Catrin A Glynn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC-S
“An examined life can lead to a happier more fulfilling life! I will support and encourage you to bring your life and who you really are into focus so that you can feel emotionally, physically and spiritually well. Maximize your potential!
Depression
(713) 993-7970
Houston, Texas 77005
Life Cycles Counseling, Counselor  in Houston
“Let me help you reach your full potential. By providing an atmosphere of full unconditional acceptance, we can work on any problems, goals and changes you desire. I strongly believe everyone has the right to chose the path they want to follow in life. Let's explore this path together, identify your strengths, process any difficulties along the way, and optimize your chance of success in life.
Depression
(281) 724-3571
Houston, Texas 77095
Petoskey Center - Intensive Outpatient Program, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“Our mission is to fill a critical treatment gap between individual therapy and acute inpatient hospitalization. The Petoskey Center intensive outpatient program is designed to help people gain the skills and self-awareness necessary to regain control of their lives. . . . . Our programming provides patients with a short-term, cost-effective, and intensive treatment option while allowing them to continue meeting their responsibilities (as much as possible) in their communities. . . . . More specifically our IOP is designed to (1) educate patients about their illness, (2) improve patients' coping skills, emotional awareness, and effectiveness in interpersonal situations, (3) and increase patients' awareness of themselves and the issues that led to the development and/or intensification of their illness.
Depression
(832) 202-2283
Houston, Texas 77024
Michael G. DeVoll, Counselor  in Houston
“As a young adult, sometimes you might look at your life and think "how did I get here?" Things just are not going the way you expected. This can feel discouraging. I can help you take an objective look at your situation and together we can come up with new ways for you to approach your life to get what you really want out of it. I've had over 15 years of experience with young people in a wide range of settings, so it's pretty hard to shock or surprise me.
Depression
(832) 726-0951
Houston, Texas 77007
Kevin Glasser, Counselor  in Houston
“If you are feeling stressed, angry, confused or overwhelmed with life's demands, there is HOPE for positive change and I can help you achieve it. I am available to help you navigate your situation in a compassionate and caring manner so that you can move on and enjoy what matters most in your life.
Depression
(281) 597-9291
Houston, Texas 77079
“I have over twenty years experience working with individuals with mood disorders and relationship issues. My expertise has allowed me to be highly effective in quickly understanding the needs of my patients, to help facilitate an effective treatment plan. Generally, individuals begin to feel better with progress often seen after a few visits. The length of time spent in treatment will be mutually agreed upon, based on the presenting problem and its complexity.
Depression
(281) 206-4358
Houston, Texas 77063
Marjorie O'Connor, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCDC, LPC-Int, MPsy
“I am a client-centered counselor who has experience with addictions and dual diagnosis. I am masters level fully licensed chemical dependency counselor and a licensed professional counselor intern. In my approach with therapy I am flexible, open about the work and compassionate to a client's needs. Currently I have experience with CBT, EMDR, expressive arts and brief solutions focused work.
Depression
(832) 924-7537
Houston, Texas 77006
Connie Seré, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Broadly, I think of my role as psychotherapist as consultative. My focus is on helping clients better understand their feelings, thoughts and motivations as a pathway to leading more conscious, meaningful and authoritative lives. Because the therapeutic process can be anxiety-provoking and often requires a certain degree of vulnerability, my primary interest in the initial phase of therapy is to develop safe and trusting working relationships with my clients. Once this relationship is formed, I aim to engage an open, collaborative approach that allows for a shared exploration of material relevant to symptoms of anxiety, depression and interpersonal struggles.
Depression
(281) 751-6156 x712
Houston, Texas 77006
Annette E Brissett, Psychologist  in Houston
“Be inspired to transform your life in positive ways. I am a licensed Psychologist in private practice, with expertise in psychotherapy and clinical assessment. I offer a trusting and supportive professional environment, treating such issues as: anxiety, mood, depression, trauma, crisis, relationships, stress, personality issues and chronic health concerns. Having lived internationally and trained broadly, I have a unique perspective on how best to guide individuals, couples and families towards achieving lifelong well being. I view therapy as a supportive partnership, built on trust, professionalism and integrity.
Depression
(713) 679-3677
Houston, Texas 77057
Brian Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you looking to reduce stress, anxiety, or anger? Are you experiencing feelings of depression? Are you facing family, work or school-related challenges? Brian is here to help with a strengths-based, person-centered therapeutic approach to help you reach your personal goals. He provides attentive listening, supportive feedback, individualized treatment, and collaborative problem-solving. Brian offers flexible evening and weekend hours in a convenient Houston location to fit your schedule.
Depression
(832) 304-2323
Houston, Texas 77018
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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Houston or for a Houston depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Houston. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Houston. They can help with relationship Therapist in Houston. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Houston depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Houston and Houston depression groups. If you're depressed in Houston, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.