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Therapists in Houston

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I facilitate individuals, couples and families with growth and development to address their treatment goals so they may lead more satisfying lives.
(281) 853-9692
Houston, Texas 77056
Donna Manoukian, Counselor  in Houston
“My personal experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder began many years ago after discovering one of my own children was on the spectrum. Since then, I have developed a passion for helping individuals confronted with the symptoms of ASD, Asperger's Syndrome, ADD and ADHD. I specialize in the treatment of these disorders as well as therapy for Social Skills, Anger Management, Self-Esteem Adjustment Disorders, Anxiety, Depression and Substance Abuse. I am also an approved provider of court-mandated drug and alcohol evaluations.
(281) 940-7946
Houston, Texas 77079
Elite Counseling Services, Counselor  in Houston
“I believe in helping others overcome stressors in their life. We would work collaboratively so you can find your inner peace
(713) 574-1741
Houston, Texas 77054
Becky Reiter, Counselor  in Houston
“You feel cold all over and your heart starts to pound. Your breathing increases and you feel the fear in the pit of your stomach. You can't sleep at night because your mind won't shut off. Has someone ever said to you, "Why can't you just stop worrying?" You can't stop worrying because you want to, it doesn't work like that. I understand the fear, the constant worry, and the sleepless nights because I have been there and I can help. We can work through this together.
(832) 632-8047
Houston, Texas 77019
Candy H Ratliff, Counselor  in Houston
“On the road of life there are twists and turns, hills and valleys, and at times you may feel lost and all alone, or don't know which way to go. Help is only a telephone call or e-mail away. I use solution-focused brief and cognitive behavior therapies in therapeutic collaboration with adolescents, individual adults and couples to facilitate and promote change in their lives. In addition, I offer parenting and pre-marital sessions. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
(281) 915-4607
Houston, Texas 77074
Tricia Escueta Miller  in Houston
“I am a trained therapist specializing in women's issues. I often work with clients who face marital conflict, relationship concerns, life transitions, anxiety/depression, postpartum depression, family conflict, acculturation issues, work issues, and stress management. Some of my greatest strengths are my ability to listen to you, learn from you, and empathize with you. Clients consider me respectful, outgoing, positive, encouraging, and non-judgmental, and as your therapist, I strive to provide a safe, warm, and therapeutic environment. I enjoy having a collaborative experience with my clients, and look forward to hearing your story.
(713) 999-4654
Houston, Texas 77027
Amy Waldner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all experience struggles or difficult feelings at some point in our lives. Sometimes we need support outside of our family and friends. My goal is to provide a safe place for you to receive unconditional support and a place to be heard and understood. My hope is to help you gain self-awareness, self-esteem, empowerment, clarity and healing. I feel we are all on our personal recovery journey and are striving to live an authentic life. I truly believe that great change and recovery are possible, but we cannot do it alone.
(281) 941-5937
Houston, Texas 77098
Lara Allen, Counselor  in Houston
“I believe that a healthy recovery includes becoming aware of one's emotional, mental, physical and spiritual needs so that individuals develop a healthy sense of self. I emphasize balance in day-to-day life, as well as making decisions that promote recovery and feelings of well being.
(281) 845-2863
Houston, Texas 77024
Teresa Doyle, Counselor  in Houston
“My goals include assisting individuals, couples and families in identifying their strengths and finding solutions that help each individual navigate their way through their current difficulties. I also focus on developing healthier coping strategies so that each person is better able to handle life's stresses.
(713) 428-2456
Houston, Texas 77098
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
Marilyn Crawford, Counselor  in Houston
“My goal is to help you identify positive directions for change in your life and work together with you to achieve them. I am a warm, respectful, positive person interested in your reason for seeking treatment.
(281) 815-4521
Houston, Texas 77082
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.
(713) 349-0504
Houston, Texas 77047
Jennifer Canul, Counselor  in Houston
“I am easy to talk to and a great listener. Whether I am counseling or in my personal life, people naturally feel comfortable opening up with me. I believe in counseling to help you build on and recognize your strengths. The more you open yourself up to counseling, the more you will benefit. My clients often ask me if I have ever heard of anyone else having similar feelings and difficulties that they are experiencing and I reassure them that they are not alone. Together, we will create and enhance ways of coping that will work for you.
(832) 304-2472
Houston, Texas 77065
Houston Relationship Therapy, PLLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“We provide Individual and Couples Counseling, Sex Therapy, and Private Premarital Counseling services. The majority of clients that we see are couples and individuals experiencing personal and relationship difficulties, usually revolving around physical and sexual intimacy.Our therapeutic approach is brief and solution-oriented, meaning that while we do recognize the importance of how our clients' problems have come about, we place a higher value on offering our clients new and fresh solutions. We take into account what clients have tried in the past and help them to come up with changes that will be long-lasting and efficient.
(281) 940-3642
Houston, Texas 77008
Peggy Halyard, Counselor  in Houston
“Sincerely listening to others & Marriage Couples Counseling is my passion. I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over 14years with a practice in the Houston & Clear Lake . I have had extensive training in couples' therapy and am a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and a Couples Workshop Presenter. I am known for my extraordinary empathic style of connection as a therapist and workshop presenter. I provide counseling for individuals, couples and adolescents in my private practice setting. My experience includes working for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Agency at the Neuropsychiatric Center which is a 24 hour crisis hospital.
(832) 301-8248
Houston, Texas 77058
Diana Thomas, Counselor  in Houston
“Awaken to your Real Self..........I work intuitively, addressing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual issues that are impacting you and your life. I like to go to the source of these issues so that the changes made are lasting and in alignment with you and your spirit. This kind of change makes you feel empowered and good about yourself. We all have challenges in life and we all have life traumas that sometimes leave unhealed wounds. I can help you to identify and heal the traumas that are negatively effecting your relationship with yourself and others.
(713) 230-8946
Houston, Texas 77098
Jayne Raquepaw, Psychologist  in Houston
“Have you noticed that your emotional well-being affects every aspect of your life? Are you struggling to find happiness? Did you know that happiness researchers have discovered that certain behaviors improve your sense of happiness? My practice is focused on helping those who want to improve their health and well-being. Using evidenced based treatments, I provide inspiring, caring, and supportive interventions to help people improve their psychological and emotional well-being. Call or email for an appointment today. Take Action. Invest in yourself. You are worth it.
(713) 338-9177
Houston, Texas 77005
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.
(281) 557-6946
Houston, Texas 77024
Ana Maria De Paiva, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I prefer a psychoanalytic approach to therapy. I believe in tailoring the therapeutic process to meet the needs of the individual patient.
(713) 338-9013
Houston, Texas 77006
Dianne Pulsipher, Counselor  in Houston
“I work with individuals to address issues of stress, grief and loss, codependency, anxiety, depression, and trauma, and facilitate performance enhancement and psychospiritual healing. Performance enhancement helps you visualize the person you want to become and remove roadblocks that get in the way of becoming that person. I define a trauma as an event that has a lasting negative effect. EMDR is a therapeutic approach I utilize to help negative experiences become unstuck and heal the wounds caused by stressors, trauma, and neglect.
(713) 338-9220
Houston, Texas 77042
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