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Grief Therapists in Knoxville
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Susan A Harris, Counselor  in Knoxville
“I am a warm, experienced British therapist trained in Oxford, UK, practising for 12 years. I specialize in loss of all kinds with adults and adolescents. This includes a loss of a loved one, of hope, of direction,of a sense of self, ( who am I?) of a profession, of faith, of sleep or health, or a loss of meaning in life. It also includes fear of ability to have a family. Bring those loss feelings here. I can help. I am a well travelled, non judgemental person. We explore hard feelings and we can work together to change them.
Grief
(865) 745-0923
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
P.j.(Paula) Alexander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGC, CT, BCD
“I am a licensed therapist and hold a specialty certification in thanantology through the Association of Death Education and Counseling, trauma counseling certificate and EMDR Level II certification. I hold special interest in helping post trauma, loss,families with special needs children, and individuals with CF & Diabetes.I also offer a monthly support group for those seeking healing after the suicide of a significant person in their life &it is one of the nationwide Survivors of Suicide groups. There is no charge for this group but it is requested that you call or email for information prior to group attendance.
Grief
(865) 498-9999
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Lynn M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can oftentimes become overwhelming, with various demands placed upon us from family, work, and society in general. These stresses can affect our lives in many ways, negatively contributing to our physical and emotional health. As individuals, we have the power to make positive changes in ourselves, improving how we cope with and overcome life's challenges. The process of change and emotional growth is one that starts with the initial step of reaching out for help. Therapy can provide a safe, confidential, judgement free environment to explore how to cope with life’s stresses and achieve a more fulfilling and rewarding life.
Grief
(865) 745-0782
Knoxville, Tennessee 37922
Brandy Hall, Counselor  in Knoxville
“What keeps you up at night? Feeling overwhelmed? Problems with relationships? Anxiety? No matter what you are struggling with, no matter what worries you, you do not have to go through this alone. A lot of therapists focus solely on identifying people's weaknesses. I will help you build up your weak areas, but I will also help you identify & develop your strengths so that rather than just surviving, you can really thrive.
Grief
(865) 945-0985
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Candice L. Blake, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I am Candice L. Blake, PsyD. I received my doctorate in Psychology from George Mason University in 1989. I named my business The Center for Emotional Competence because I believe that is the essence of psychotherapy-learning to manage one’s emotions when they, at times, become overwhelming. I am also a Certified Child Psychologist and Play Therapy Supervisor. I divide my time primarily between children in play therapy, and their families, and women experiencing anxiety and depression. Another important part of my practice is to provide standardized psychological evaluations for adults and children.
Grief
(865) 635-9281
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Meredith Rappaport, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are seeking therapy this is probably a very difficult time. Reading numerous profiles may be an added burden right now, so I will try to keep this brief. We can also discuss your specific questions in more depth by phone or email. See below for more on my treatment philosophy. I'm a graduate of the University of Tennessee and have practiced since with adults, adolescents and families treating stress, distress, and mental illness (i.e. grief and loss, life transitions, depression/mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and other unique life issues and presenting problems).
Grief
(865) 219-2219
Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
Leah S. Heifner, Counselor  in Knoxville
“I am passionate about assisting individuals and families in growing to their fullest potential. I do not view an individual's problems in a negative manner, but believe that many obstacles can be used as opportunities to bring about positive change. I have experience in working with adults, children and adolescents. A primary focus of my work history includes working with clients who have experienced loss and trauma. I also have extensive training in marital and family therapy. I am a group facilitator for FOCUS Healthcare and specialize in working with clients who struggle with eating disorders.
Grief
(865) 622-2704
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Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
American Addictions Center, Treatment Facility  in Knoxville
“The decision to begin our treatment program will change your life. Don't let another day pass. As an initial step in admission, American Addiction Centers ensures that we will provide the highest level of care most appropriate for your needs. Our clinical staff will efficiently conduct your assessment, verify insurance specifics and facilitate timely admission (Nationwide) in less than 90 minutes. Admission and aftercare is filtered through one call. Which includes, appropriate placement, clinical oversight, utilization review and a customized aftercare treatment regimen. Keeping in line with our continuous drive, commitment and dedication to providing a rewarding and successful recovery, we track each alumni's post treatment follow-up for one year. (This service provides support during the first year of recovery to you, or your loved one - Relapse prevention). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, your local Treatment Consultant, Patricia Hammonds 865-227-1405 ( 24/7) or contact the access center at 866-537-6237 (24/7)
Grief
(865) 622-5125
Knoxville, Tennessee 37914
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Individual/ couples and families with adjustment issues or general mental health issues such as depression &/or anxiety
Grief
(865) 229-1278
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Rose Miller-Gamble, Counselor  in Knoxville
“You deserve a chance to be heard. If you are you looking for someone who will listen, provide emotional support or help you discover new ways of approaching problems, then counseling may help. I enjoy working with clients who are willing to work to improve their life. My peers describe me as "caring, compassionate, a good listener, devoted to helping my clients, and non-judgmental."
Grief
(865) 268-8652 x102
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Bonnie Barclay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents, adults and their families. I earned both my undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Tennessee. My clinical interest and practice experience includes trauma work, grief and loss, mood disorders, relationship issues, life transitions, and behavior problems in children. I enjoy seeing insights occur and feel privileged to have the opportunity to partner with people as they make changes in their lives.
Grief
(865) 408-7600
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Shana V Hamilton-Lockwood, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I strive to provide a safe space for all clients to explore the issues bringing them to therapy and what underlies those issues. As a multicultural/relational therapist identities that are important to you provide a background for therapy (race, religion, culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, political affiliations, gender identity, gender, sex, ableness, etc.) as those identities make up who you are. Relationships and how you relate with others are also important. I treat anxiety, depression, grief/loss, phases of life issues, family issues, women's issues and men's issues. I am also a sex and gender specialist.
Grief
(865) 245-4713
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
David J Maxey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am particularly effective helping people find renewal, purpose and direction. I treat a broad range of conditions including; change, depression, anxiety, substance use, family problems and behavior/mood matters. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and adolescents. Specialized training and years of experience allow for a personal and professional touch. After earning a MSSW from UT-Knoxville (1994) I later earned a license to practice independently. I have been in behavioral health since 1990 and bring a wide range of expertise to your care (individual, couples, family, groups, integrated healthcare and consultation).
Grief
(865) 245-2440
Knoxville, Tennessee 37918
Shannon Wilson, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“Dr. K. Shannon Wilson earned her PhD from the University of Tennessee, and is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has received specialized training in many areas, including hypnosis, trauma recovery, depression, and anxiety, behavioral issues and family therapy. She works with children, adolescents, adults, and families, and has received specific training in the treatment of law enforcement officers and emergency responders. Her therapeutic style is generally cognitive-behavioral, but incorporates elements of psychoanalysis and varies from case to case depending on the needs of the client.
Grief
(865) 264-3107
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Kathleen J Reilly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that with enough stress anyone could become overwhelmed and need help re-grouping. My goal is to help clients identify and access strengths as well as learn new coping skills to have happier relationships; increased self-esteem; and a more fulfilling life. I have experience with all types of clients and issues ranging from adjustment problems (primarily relationships and work) to more complex issues including depression, anxiety, grief, and unresolved childhood abuse.
Grief
(865) 935-9966
Knoxville, Tennessee 37912
Corinne Bell, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I have provided psychological services over the East Tennessee region since 1979, for children, parents, adults and couples in relationships, including GLBST. I offer both diagnostic and therapeutic services to those coping with anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral disorders, PTSD, and concerns about parenting, relationships, grief, loss, employment and other issues. Forensic consultation and case review are available to Judges and Attorneys in regards to psychological records and case related needs. After decades of forensic services, I no longer accept cases for which testimony as an expert or fact witness is expected
Grief
(865) 264-3138 x102
Knoxville, Tennessee 37909
Richard Adlin, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“My approach to therapy is based on theory and research on child development, personality, relationships, and psychotherapy. It involves looking at yourself, how you live your life, and how “blind spots” in your self-awareness lead to your symptoms and difficulties. Therapy therefore, involves filling in missing pieces of your experiences and self-knowledge—understanding “how we work” mentally and emotionally. Making sense of your problems in this way will help you cope better with them and other difficult situations. Ultimately, it will allow you to live closer to your potential, and with a greater sense of reward from life.
Grief
(865) 471-8990 x2
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Jorge Roman  in Knoxville
“Are you experiencing overwhelming anxiety or stress? Do you feel depressed? Have you experienced trauma? Are you having relationship issues? If so, therapy can help you. In therapy, you will have a better understanding of yourself, and why you think, feel, and behave the way you do, while developing skills to enhance your mental & physical health. I will provide a caring, collaborative, nonjudgmental, & positive environment throughout therapy, and will tailor sessions and interventions to fit your needs and goals.
Grief
(865) 245-2319 x104
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Melanie Wharton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSEd, LCSW
“Reaching out for help during a difficult time can be the most compassionate act you ever do for yourself. Now and then we need to enlist a guide to help navigate rough waters. Therapy can be an excellent vehicle to help you overcome depression, anxiety, grief and loss issues, as well as multiple other life setbacks. Working in mental health for more than 19 years, I feel honored and take great pleasure in helping people to heal. I take a compassionate, nonjudgmental approach with all of my clients. I look forward to helping you on your journey.
Grief
(865) 225-9872
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Janetta Jamerson, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“The therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of psychotherapy. The decision to engage in therapy as part of your mental healthcare regimen may be difficult yet necessary. My goal is to make the process comfortable and safe. I view psychotherapy as an opportunity to maximize your mental health potential. This collaborative process can be challenging but also very rewarding. You are not alone. I will provide an environment for you to tap into your strengths and help you build your skill set. The desired outcome is confidence in your ability to manage difficulties and maintain mental and physical health.
Grief
(865) 978-6841
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

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