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Depression Therapists in Houston

Victoria Jones, Counselor  in Houston
“Life's challenges can sometimes force us to shut down in order to keep going. In therapy, we look at your essential patterns of living and relating--main themes which may have begun in childhood or later. We will look at the ways you cope with and protect yourself in difficult circumstances and how effective they are. Research continues to show that the single most important element of successful therapy is the client's relationship to the therapist as a person, and with the methods of therapy. Another crucial element is the strength and courage you bring to the work.
Depression
(713) 338-9197
Houston, Texas 77005
Tom Rodriguez, Psychiatric Nurse  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, PhD, RN, ANP, PMHCNS, CCH
“I am a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist; and my practice is Houston Mind-Body Counseling, LLC. It is located at North Loop West and TC Jester. I perform psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment with medications and psychotherapy. I am a certified clinical hypnotherapist. I accept most major insurance plans.
Depression
(713) 234-6185
Houston, Texas 77008
Rhonda Sherman, Psychologist  in Houston
“As a licensed psychologist for 15+ years, Dr. Sherman is a qualified, caring, and compassionate professional who assists individuals in identifying personal goals and in creating a treatment plan determined by the needs of each individual. Dr. Sherman’s approach to psychotherapy is highly interactive. She is very respectful, and focuses on mutual exploration and collaboration in the therapeutic relationship. Dr. Sherman has training and experience in many areas of behavioral health, including treating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress related to a variety of life experiences. Treatment interventions focus on increasing self-awareness, positive coping skills, and healthy behaviors.
Depression
(281) 557-6946
Houston, Texas 77024
“I generally work with adults and adolescents ages 14 and up. Those clients come from diverse backgrounds but mainly the issues that bring them into therapy involve depression, anxiety. I offer negotiable fees, webcam based therapy and group therapy.
Depression
(832) 564-3309
Houston, Texas 77098
Ethan M Klein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Initiating therapy can be difficult, even the first phone call can be tough. I want to help you discover changes that can lead to regaining control of your life. With a compassionate approach we can process what is keeping you from truly being happy. I believe in being empathetic as well as mindful of clients during sessions so that you are able to achieve the goals that you want. The populations I work with are adults, couples, families, adolescents and children. I specialize in relationship issues, sports/athlete psychotherapy, trauma, depression, anxiety and grief.
Depression
(832) 282-4456
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
David S. Wachtel, Psychologist  in Houston
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who since 1981 has been helping individuals, couples and familes find effective solutions for emotional, relationship, spiritual, educational/work difficutlies, trauma, unresolved family-of-origin issues,and compulsive and addictive behaviors including chemical dependency issues. I utilize a comprehensive treatment approach that recognizes and addresses the factors that originally caused the difficulties to develop and the current patterns of feeling, thinking and acting that perpetuate them. I also view my role and responsibiilities as coordinating all aspects of care--psychological, neurological, medical, and medication when needed.
Depression
(713) 234-6549
Houston, Texas 77005
Elnaz Afousi  in Houston
“I have experience working with individuals and families presenting with depression and other mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, self-harm, trauma, PTSD, personality disorders as well as relational issues and substance abuse. I approach each client as a unique entity and believe that the therapeutic model and relationship should be specifically tailored to each client.
Depression
(413) 241-5936
Houston, Texas 77042
Mary Kennington, Psychologist  in Houston
“I view therapy as the process of working with a patient to create a strong psychological "house" for themselves. This house must have the foundations of emotional release, focus on one's own control, undistorted thoughts, and emotional regulation. The cornerstones of this house are a positive sense of worth, identity, purpose, and acceptance. There are many other specific skills (e.g. relaxation, interpersonal skills) that may be needed. With these collective building blocks in place, one can move forward in life, successfully navigating depression, anxiety, anger, and difficult life situations.
Depression
(713) 489-9597
Houston, Texas 77070
Cassandra Smisson, Psychologist  in Houston
“I am a clinical psychologist whose work involves the treatment and assessment of many types of psychological difficulties, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, ADHD, substance disorders, interpersonal/relationship problems, sexual disorders, grief and loss, and adjustment to medical disorders. I also have specialized knowledge and experience in sport & exercise psychology and have consulted with athletes of all ages in the development and maturation of sport-related psychological skills pertaining to performance anxiety ("choking"), fear of injury/re-injury, recovering from injury, difficulties sustaining focus/concentration, aggression enhancement, burn-out and motivation enhancement, and career transitions out of sport.
Depression
(832) 769-5594
Houston, Texas 77006
Shannon H Anderson, Counselor  in Houston
“Shannon H. Anderson, M.A., L.P.C., provides assessment and counseling for adults, children and families using a variety of therapeutic techniques; always with a focus on tailoring the approach to your individual needs. That may involve cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal, solution-focused therapy, or an ecclectic mix of other modalities. She is able to address cultural, socioeconomic, and/or GLBT issues, as well. She also offers psychological evaluations and ADHD assessments. With an office in central Houston, and clients from throughout the area, Shannon is an experienced psychotherapist with a reputation for helping change lives for the better.
Depression
(832) 532-8131
Houston, Texas 77098
Jeana Hayes Carrier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“The insight, understanding and perspectives that can be gained through therapy can be invaluable to our sense of well being, personal autonomy, and fulfillment. Although I have a generalist clinical practice--meaning I work with men and women who come to treatment for a variety of reasons---I have a special interest in treatment issues related to depression, loss, grief, life cycle transitions, and women's mental health. Other areas of interest include: diminished self esteem, abuse--sexual, physical and emotional, alcohol abuse, and issues related to individuals living with a terminally ill family member.
Depression
(713) 338-9122
Houston, Texas 77007
D. Scott Stanley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPC
“Some clients need only a few sessions to make changes, and others need longer. As your therapist, I will work with you to establish goals that are specific to your needs, not a "cookie cutter" approach. I will provide an atmosphere of support and nurture as we address your needs. I have a deep appreciation and respect for my clients’ stories. My style as a therapist is characterized as respectfully curious, collaborating with clients to help transform problem-dominated stories into hopeful ones. I value my clients’ experience and encourage them to pursue creative approaches to working through their situations.
Depression
(713) 338-9120
Houston, Texas 77055
L. Kay Howard, Counselor  in Houston
“A calm and undisturbed heart and mind are the life and health of the body...(proverbs 14:30)." I believe in the work I do, and sincerely want to help people live richer, more satisfying lives. Are you living the life you'd like to be living? Are you feeling out of control, angry, empty, depressed, anxious, or just not yourself lately? If these feelings are negatively effecting your life, I can help you regain control of your life. I counsel children, adolescents and adults suffering from an array of problems.
Depression
(281) 305-8957
Houston, Texas 77042
Lisa Robinson, Psychologist  in Houston
“Since you have found yourself here, it is likely that you or someone you know is struggling with life's inevitable challenges. Please know that you don't have to go it alone. Everyone needs help at some point, and there is good reason to believe that things can improve more easily and quickly with help than without help. I'm a licensed psychologist trained in a variety of evidence-based therapies, and I offer a straightforward, direct style that maintains the caring and collaborative atmosphere necessary to assist people in their search for a happier, more satisfying life.
Depression
(713) 999-3686
Houston, Texas 77047
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.
Depression
(713) 636-5465
Houston, Texas 77063
Patricia Butkus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you need help resolving painful emotions, behavioral challenges, or feeling depressed, anxious, fearful, or sad? Do you feel stuck or have a sense of loss of direction and purpose? Are you experiencing challenges in your lifestyle, relationships and/or career and unclear about what you want to do with your life? My approach is caring and compassionate, while at the same time, practical. I will help you identify your goals and gain new insights to become more confident and accepting of yourself while learning healthy ways of coping with day to day emotions of stress, anger, sadness, fear, and anxiety.
Depression
(281) 712-2310
Houston, Texas 77058
Scott Hudson Gammeter, Psychologist  in Houston
“I am very interested in working with people who are inclined to in-depth self exploration and healing. I have had intensive training in Jungian psychotherapy and this has deepened my appreciation of the healing tendencies of the psyche and the journey towards wholeness. I like working with clients of all ages but I prefer working with adolescents, middle aged persons, and couples. My orientation to clinical psychology is eclectic, and my approach to clinical treatment is unique for each individual that I work with.
Depression
(281) 440-9661
Houston, Texas 77014
Marjorie Bournigal, Counselor  in Houston
“Therapy can help with many problems, make an appointment if you want to resolve long standing issues, feel better and have more peace and balance in your life. You will learn to develop healthy approaches to your problems and learn to make better choices in handling life stressors and relationships. My style is direct, interactive, practical and I am described as genuine, easy to talk to, insightful, engaging and motivating.
Depression
(225) 686-5542
Houston, Texas 77024
Kathleen Teykl, Counselor  in Houston
“Kathleen Teykl offers an integrative approach to therapy that has been shaped by more than 60 years of life experiences, forty eight years of marriage, raising four children, a Masters degree in counseling and 28 years as a pastor's spouse serving the local church. Her approach is eclectic with an emphasis on empowering the client to discover their own strengths and ability to grow past life patterns that are not serving the client well.
Depression
(281) 845-2484
Houston, Texas 77068
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Depression Therapists
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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.