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Child or Adolescent Therapists in Joplin

Vonita Kelly, Counselor  in Joplin
“Working in public service for 20 plus years, I'm committed to the restoration of families and our community. I am a member of the American Counseling Association, Association for Play Therapy, International Association of Addictions & Offender Counselors, Association of Missouri Mediators and the Professional Mediation Association. I counsel all populations from ages 3 to 81 and employ an integrated modality approach. My practice includes child therapy, couples & relationship counseling, family counseling and individual counseling. I am also certified in Prepare/Enrich, a marital and premarital counseling course.
Child or Adolescent
(417) 231-4546
Joplin, Missouri 64801
Gabriel Cline, Psychologist  in Joplin
“As an experienced psychologist, my approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve problems and long-standing patterns. The way surgeons use a scalpel and a dentist uses a drill, I use psychological testing and a therapeutic relationship to help create change for each of my patients. Research shows that around 85% of what makes counseling effective is how the patient feels about their therapist. If you think that your doctor cares about you and knows what he/she is talking about; then 85% of the time, you will have positive results.
Child or Adolescent
(417) 454-2022
Office is near:
Joplin, Missouri 64804
Cindy Lungstrum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Joplin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LSCSW
“Everyone experiences losses or various other stress inducing issues within a lifetime. We all have skeletons in the closet, eventually you must figure out how to free yourself from your past. Depression, anxiety, death, divorce, loss of employment, economy, war, trauma OCD, PTSD, just to name a few. Life happens...eventually these issues build up, ultimately creating additional stress and/or anxiety. EMDR can be effective in helping you work through many of these issues. It is my policy to keep my costs as low as possible, allowing me to pass those savings onto you.
Child or Adolescent
(417) 388-9872
Joplin, Missouri 64801
Brian Fidler, Counselor  in Joplin
“We all get wounded in the battles of life -- some of us in tragically dramatic ways, and others of us bleed through the piercings of a hundred small injuries. Let me help you get to the core of the struggles and back on the road to living your life again. Perhaps it is an addiction you can't seem to get rid of, or that haunting sense of inadequacy or loneliness. It may be anxiety or depression, gender identity issues, or past trauma. Maybe for you a relationship you value has have become difficult or painful.
Child or Adolescent
(417) 208-9498
Joplin, Missouri 64804
Bob Livesay, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Joplin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“As a seasoned professional therapist, I offer a combination of experience, honesty, openness and professional integrity to all my clients. In addition to directing a large outpatient mental health clinic, and then a large center for learning disabilities and ADHD, I have also done extensive private work with couples, children and families for more than 40 years. I listen very well, and then use my extensive experience to get to the heart of counseling issues quickly. Once issues are properly identified and understood, heartful and effective solutions can be developed and put into practice.
Child or Adolescent
(918) 631-7287
Office is near:
Joplin, Missouri 64801
Janie A Sweeten, Counselor  in Joplin
“As a client-centered therapist with extensive experience counseling adults, adolescents, families and couples, I treat each person as a unique individual and with respect. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and am Nationally Board Certifed. In counseling I help each person discover what is good and right about themselves and draw on the client's strengths to bring about change and healing.
Child or Adolescent
(918) 516-5447
Office is near:
Joplin, Missouri 64801
The Relationship Center, Treatment Facility  in Joplin
“Southwest Missouri's Trusted Resource for Professional Counseling Services. Why choose The Relationship Center? Over 1,400 families in southwest Missouri trust the counselors of TRC to serve their counseling needs. With more than 14,000 hours of therapy in the last 5 years alone TRC counselors have the experience that can make the difference.
Child or Adolescent
(417) 708-6821
We serve:
Joplin, Missouri 64801
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Terry Richardson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Joplin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NBCDCH
“Change is an inevitable part of life, it is also something we often fear and resist. As your therapist I assist you in activating your motivation and developing skills to guide you through the process. Whether your motivation is coming from a personal or relationship crisis, a long term difficulty, or simply the desire to create a better, happier future I use therapy as a guided exploration toward solutions and the development of skills necessary for creating change. Learning WHAT, and HOW to change is at the core of my training, experience and my approach to therapy with clients.
(417) 262-6912
Joplin, Missouri 64801
Patricia McGregor, Psychologist  in Joplin
“In my 23 years as a therapist, I have learned that people need a safe, respectful, non-judgemental place to express their fear, sadness, confusion and anger. In that environment, clients can regain a sense of control, and are better able to learn the cognitive-behavioral skills that can help them move past the barriers to living their best life.
(417) 501-2116
Joplin, Missouri 64804
Mark Liston, Counselor  in Joplin
“Are you ready to take the next step of hope... to a healthier and happier future? Most of us want to be good people who have our needs met and enjoy our family and friends. Most of us, it seems, struggle to get there. We need a little help: someone to listen, help us think things through or to give us some coaching about life and relationships. Or maybe we are in serious trouble and really need professional help. Taking that next step of hope is scary for most of us. We are here to help you take that step.
(417) 213-5987
Joplin, Missouri 64804
Diana L Bray, Counselor  in Joplin
“You can learn to successfully handle situations that have troubled you for years. Whether you're an adult wanting to improve stress management, relationships or communication skills, reduce anxiety, depression or PTSD symptoms, or simply to focus on manifesting the life you desire, you will find a warm and compassionate professional, ready to guide you in meeting your goals. In addition to traditional therapy, specialties include EMDR for resolving PTSD.
(417) 708-9485 x117
Joplin, Missouri 64801
James Clement, Counselor  in Joplin
“In meeting the challenges of relating within a marital, family or interpersonal setting I have found in my personal life journal that as we come to an understanding and forgiveness of self and others we grow in more peaceful and productive relationships.It is my desire to join with the people I work with as individuals and couples to build a structure that works in their unique setting and circumstances.
(417) 660-4400
Joplin, Missouri 64801
Jeff Leclair, Psychiatrist  in Joplin
“LifeWorks Behavioral Health, LLC provides adult and geriatric mental health services throughout SW MO. Services provided include but are not limited to Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management for the treatment of Mood, Anxiety, Somatoform, and Adjustment Disorders; ADD/ADHD, Dementia/Alzheimer's, Smoking Cessation, and Insomnia. Dr. Leclair works in coordination with a team of physicians, counselors and therapists, in order to achieve well rounded behavioral health care. This type of care can only be achieved by providers working together as a team.
(417) 658-4690
Joplin, Missouri 64801
“Hello! I am a counselor in private practice in Southwest MO. I enjoy working with all age groups and have a great deal of experience in working with sexually abused or otherwise traumatized patients. I have been trained in the use of EMDR. I am also very experienced in working with children's issues. It is my honor to work with those who are experiencing a difficult time in their life and to help them learn methods for coping with and resolving emotional pain. I look forward to meeting you.
(417) 202-4301
Office is near:
Joplin, Missouri 64801
CALO - Change Academy Lake of the Ozarks, Treatment Facility  in Joplin
“Across the country there are a number of generalist residential treatment centers. Many of them do fine work. They treat issues and disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Depression, Bi-polar Disorder, some personality disorders, phase of life issues, etc. Most work from a behavior modification paradigm. A few are more relationally oriented. A smaller few utilize a community or positive peer culture model. All try to change the lives of struggling teens. Generalist programs are usually large (80 plus and as many as 250 at times) and level-focused in their treatment approach. In order to manage student behavior they frequently put systems of rewards and punishments in place. These programs came into being to fill a need created largely by managed care in the healthcare industry. Managed care decreased stays in hospital settings and pushed members to acute care and stabilization treatment. Longer, chronic care and remediation lost its funding source. Managed care effectively ended long stays in psychiatric hospitals. Long stays went away but the need for some sort of longer-term treatment did not. Residential treatment has filled the void left in the wake of decreased lengths of psychiatric hospitalization. As residential treatment has matured, the one size fits all approach has lost its appeal. There are many presenting problems that are not well grouped together. A program that puts eating-disordered teens with Conduct Disordered ones will feel the strain of the differing needs of those populations. Simply put, specialist care is needed for many emotional and behavioral issues. Eating Disorders, issues of trauma, Reactive Attachment Disorder, non-verbal learning disabilities, substance abuse; these and many other issues demand specialized knowledge and treatment. CALO was created with this need for specialty care in mind. CALO focuses on only three presenting issues: issues of emotion, trauma, and attachment. An even more concise way of presenting CALO's specialty is to say that issues with trauma at their core are what we treat. Trauma during the attachment window will frequently create attachment issues in later adolescence. Trauma will also lay the groundwork for later Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Trauma will predispose some teens for emotional regulation issues like Bi-polar Disorder or Depression. CALO treats trauma-induced emotional and behavioral problems. Our theoretical framework is based on attachment research. Our treatment model relies on relationships and attachment interventions to create lasting change. CALO is a relational, attachment-centered program. The following would be a partial list of the type of teenager CALO would specialize in treating: A teenage adoptee struggling to connect with parents and caregivers A teen who has been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused and is now acting out behaviorally A teen who has survived a trauma and cannot maintain emotional control A foreign-adopted teen who is not fitting in at home or at school and is draining emotional resources from his/her adopted family A teen with anger control issues and history of abuse or neglect An untrustworthy and sexually promiscuous teenager who does not enjoy deeper connection with family or caregivers CALO utilizes time, experiential successes, relationships, peer interactions, and our specialized environment to reach our troubled teen in a way not done by most other programs. Other generalist programs cannot treat our population as effectively or efficiently as CALO. We welcome questions about our treatment model. Feel free to email us at info@caloteens.com.
(877) 675-0845
We serve:
Joplin, Missouri 64801
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