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Saint Joseph Hosptial Medical Bilding A, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Teaching clients to improve their relationships by learning to master fears, regulate painful emotions, discover unmet needs, and move through life's challenges with confidence and courage. I offer counseling and therapy for individuals, couples, and groups for various kinds of personal struggles and career issues: We offer session hours on: Sunday, Monday, Friday, and Saturday by appointment only. Assessments: 150 per hour. Payment: Cash or Check (must have patients printed name and address on check with identification).
(816) 521-6189
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Ann M. Becker-Schutte, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“Feeling overwhelmed is part of being human. We all struggle. Struggles are more common when you are coping with serious medical issues. You don't have to wait until an issue reaches a crisis point before you seek support in a safe, caring environment. My primary goal for my clients is to provide the caring support and compassionate challenge they need to cope with difficult situations. I believe that most people can benefit from having an objective perspective on issues facing them. You can learn more on my blog: http://www.drannbeckerschutte.com/blog
(816) 463-4365 x7
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Foss Mckay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Whether you are facing a new crisis in your life or feeling stuck with old feelings and behaviors, therapy can be a useful tool to help you move on with your life. Utilizing a direct and thoughtful approach, I will help you find coping strategies to deal with the immediate stressor, but also help you identify underlying patterns and issues so you can make long-term and lasting changes. I work with a range of clients from adults to adolescents and help people with anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, and crisis situations.
(816) 399-0658
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Mimi Steinhaus  in Kansas City
“People often feel stuck, unhappy, and dissatisfied with the direction of life, career path, or relationships. Would you like to see changes in your life, but don't know where to start? I want to help you and may have shared some of the same feelings myself. I have experienced the challenges of being a non-traditional student and have started a new career later in life - increasing my understanding of ways to approach life transitions. Whether your challenges are related to career, relationships, or to your general well-being, we can work together to create the changes you want.
(816) 892-5416
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Nikol Averbuch, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Counseling is a unique opportunity for people to explore areas of their lives and relationships that may be unsatisfying, difficult or even painful. It takes tremendous courage to look at parts of ourselves and our relationships that are troubling, especially when we're not sure exactly where to begin or what's not feeling quite right. Therapy is a journey of self-discovery and healing, and a chance to develop your connection to your own deepest wisdom and inner resources. With increased awareness and internal supports, we feel more hope, strength and freedom to live as fully as possible.
(816) 929-6118
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Chuck Whittington, Counselor  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, PLPC, NCC, RASACII
“I strive to create a safe place where any client can feel comfortable sharing and being vulnerable while working through the problems and issues that they find important. I work with individuals and couples from a variety of backgrounds and with a variety of presenting concerns: from infidelity to depression to family boundaries to drug or alcohol addiction. In my work with clients I use the cognitive model of therapy, so our discussion in session is typically focused around thoughts, beliefs that inform thoughts, and emotions or actions that are the result of thoughts.
(816) 925-4414
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Keith L Allen, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“I have been a psychologist for 30+ years. I am licensed as a Psychologist and Health Care Provider. I work with individuals and couples and specialize in issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and vocational issues. I also specialize in helping individuals overcome sexual difficulties, which may include low sex drive, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and sexual addiction. I work with couples and families on relationship issues including marital and divorce issues, parent child difficulties, and sexual difficulties as they relate to the couple's relationship.
(816) 934-4810
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
“I like to let potential clients know that I am very interactive during sessions. I often send notes home with clients, including topics of discussion, suggestions, or questions to think about. In addition, one of my strengths is my sense of humor. While I take problems seriously, I like clients to look forward to returning. I work with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
(816) 533-7625
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Adrienne Dreher, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Has a divorce or depression thrown your life into chaos? Do you and your kids need help coping? Don't give up hope - therapy can help! I specialize in depression, anxiety, and divorce recovery for women, teens, and kids.
(913) 403-6125
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Julia Bushue Life Coaching and Hypnosis,   in Kansas City
“I help people who struggle with perfectionism and have a hard time making progress on their goals. When you commit to growth or face a challenge, it's easy to get stuck in self-doubt, indecision, or overwhelm. On your own, it can be hard to get perspective or identify clear priorities. As you work with me, you'll learn to identify and shift the self-defeating thought patterns that are keeping you stuck, so you can get out of your head and back into your life - where you belong.
(816) 368-5856
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Jane R. McKinney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S
“Hi, I'm Jane and am excited to engage with your in your healing journey. I am a true believer that each person can heal from their painful experiences. Healing requires restoring trust in yourself, tapping into your strengths and inner wisdom. I would love to support you in this process, helping you to experience your innate creativity; reconnect with all of your senses; and, rediscover your inner knowledge in safety at your pace. I approach therapy from a developmental, whole brain perspective to help children, parents, and families regain confidence in themselves resulting in improved behaviors, communication, and relationships.
(816) 470-9023
Kansas City, Missouri 64113
Michael D Ciaccio, Counselor  in Kansas City
“"A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination" - Nelson Mandela. The wholeness of the human person is important: spiritual, emotional (heart), intellectual (mind) and physical. I have a passion for working with couples, families, individuals and teenagers by using this integrated approach. Combined with sound therapy (EFT, CBT, Person-Centered, Neurology), I feel that I can help you work through your struggles. I will provide you a comfortable, safe, empathetic setting. I have had the real life experiences as well, thus I hope to connect with you on that level.
(816) 494-1891
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
Walt Moon, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Have you tried everything and feel like you're ready to give up? Is the advice that people give you about your relationship, your mental health, or your spiritual life often filled with superficial catchphrases and platitudes? Do you feel like counseling just consists of sitting around, talking, and not making any real changes in your life? I will be there to support you and encourage you, I will also provide the insight and tools that you will need to make the changes that will transform your life. Reconnect with your faith, your family, and to your true self.
(816) 605-6583
Kansas City, Missouri 64106
Mary Kay Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Two guiding principles for therapy are compassion and accountability. Compassion of others helps us hang in there when life is hard. Accountability compels us to use what we learn, as it turns us away from self-pity and blame. Sometimes we learn life's lessons the hard way-it just seems to be part of being human. If you're feeling stuck in a confusing or painful situation, consider therapy. It isn't about telling you what to do. It's about learning how to sort things out for yourself.
(816) 521-6988
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Sherry King, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSCSW, LCSW
“Life is beautiful even through all its struggles and disappointments. I believe the connections we make with others give us purpose and drive to fulfill our dreams. Though sometimes our intentions do not manifest and we become stagnant and distressed. In my therapy I like to focus on what we can control...ourselves. To take a look inward and view our most delicate fears, insecurities, and desires can be a lot of hard work. I approach each client with this recognition and strive to make a true connection to help foster self-improvement and life satisfaction.
(816) 479-5137
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Dawn Hood, Counselor  in Kansas City
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I have worked with individuals, couples and families for over 13 years. I have helped many clients manage relationship and marital issues, as well as overcome anxiety, depression, grief, and cope with situational stressors. I believe we all experience difficult times in our lives where we need someone to talk to. I will assist you in identifying the problem and find the options and solutions available to you. My expertise and experience can help you overcome your problems, improve the quality of your relationships, and create the life you want.
(816) 293-3168
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Larry Ro-Trock, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“Therapy, as I have practiced it for over 20 years, involves helping a client develop a new clarity about their life and its context. Some aspects of their life to explore are: their thoughts, feelings, values, concerns about others, and their concerns about themselves. Once a new clarity about their life is achieved, new solutions to their dilemmas will evolve. I certainly believe that clients are individuals, but I also know that they are connected to larger systems. My extensive knowledge of Individual and Family Systems allows me to work successfully with individuals, couples, and entire families.
(816) 523-4440 x1
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Joshua Harms, Counselor  in Kansas City
Counselor, MA, EMDR
“I am a Biblical Counselor for New Leaf Counseling Center. I strive to create a judgment free environment for all clients to feel safe. Christian values inform my approach to therapy and my world-view in general. While I will not preach or impose my values on you and will respect fully your personal beliefs, spiritual formation can be a key element of treatment. I believe in a holistic approach to therapy and understand that everyone needs help in life and in dealing with struggles and issues. If there is any way that I can help you please contact me!
(913) 747-4097
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Kenneth W Howard, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, LMFT, LCMFT
“My passion is helping people achieve healthy relationships that honor, strengthen, and validate the people in them. I enjoy helping young men and women to build significant and open relationships on their way through dating and engagement as well as working with them on tools to address the conflict in their marriage. Often times unchecked anxiety leads to depression and I have many effective tools for people who struggle in attending to their anxiety in an effective way. I work with addictions of all kinds in a non shaming, caring, effective, and healing way.
(816) 396-5628
Kansas City, Missouri 64113
Courtney A Young, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Hi, I'm Courtney and I'm glad you found me. I love working with women who crave healing from the past, who are standing at the fork in the road, who are suffering, changing, in transition, feeling stuck or paralyzed. You can choose to find wholeness and peace, to listen to your inner wisdom, to let down your guard, in order to find clarity - the deep, clear water kind - so that you can live the wild, soulful life you deserve. Breathe deeply...now imagine feeling balanced, at peace with your life, and comfortable in your own skin.
(816) 398-6616
Kansas City, Missouri 64113
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