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Grief Therapists in Knoxville
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

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
Jaynie B Moore, Counselor  in Knoxville
“My approach to therapy is to identify the issue and to find a solution. Although our past is important to help us understand our journey, it can often be a hindrance to the ability to move forward. I like to help my clients honor their past, embrace the present, and be encouraged by their future.
Grief
(865) 685-4889
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
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
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
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
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 in areas of grief and loss, life transitions, stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, and other unique life issues and presenting problems.
Grief
(865) 219-2219
Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
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
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
John Heflin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My interests include working with adolescent and adult individuals (16 y/o - 85 y/o) struggling with obstacles to living a meaningful, purposeful and engaged life. These obstacles often present as symptoms of depression, anxiety, obsessive thinking, compulsive behavior, and substance misuse.
Grief
(865) 262-8925
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Guy M Edlis, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“Therapy is different with each person. At the heart of my therapeutic approach is careful, thoughtful, and non-judgmental listening. It is important that you feel understood and hopeful, and that we can work together. Starting therapy, people hope to find relief, yet often feel ambivalent, unsure about what they want, and afraid of the unknown. I view therapy as a two-person process. We will focus on understanding the feeling of being at an impasse in life, and roots of repetitive relationships and life patterns. This will help us develop individualized ways to decrease suffering, promote insight, and foster a sense of ownership of your life.
Grief
(865) 551-9907
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My belief about therapy is that the each person has the capacity to resolve internal conflicts. My role is to facilitate and guide the person through their own process. My ideal client is a person who has a desire to explore their own internal system in order to find a balance that works well for them. The therapy approach I use is Internal Family Systems (IFS). I especially enjoy working with people who are facing identity issues such as race/culture, gender, adoption, sexual orientation. I provide a supportive therapeutic setting for the LBGT communty.
Grief
(865) 657-7449
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Jane A Barton, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I specialize in cognitive-behavioral therapy and feel it is my privilege to help people overcome psychological roadblocks to their hopes and dreams. I have a compassionate, empowering approach with special training in treating substance abuse, eating disorders, survivors of sexual abuse, and family and couples counseling, as well as depression and anxiety issues. I also work with family members who have a loved one with an addiction problem, as it can be so difficult when your loved one does not seem ready to change.
Grief
(865) 375-5256
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
Kay Francis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
“I work with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship or work re-lated issues. I enjoy clients whom are eager to learn and have a desire to make positive change. My approach is solution orientated and offers my clients the porper enviornment and feedback for gaining greater awareness, understanding and sensitivity of themself and others. Togehter we will address what may be blocking you from making necessary change or what is getting in the way of you developing the types of skills required for creating change. With willingness and commitment my clients can expect to improve and experience more positive outcomes.
Grief
(865) 630-0974 x13
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
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
Chris Driscoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People tell me that I am easy to talk to. But I don't just listen. Together we will find how the ways you are thinking or interacting are causing you problems, and I will propose solutions. You and I will work together to figure out which solutions may fit for you, and how to make them work in your life. Find me at www.driscollcounseling.com or click the "Website" tab to the left.
Grief
(865) 630-4026
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Teresa J. Cooper, Counselor  in Knoxville
“During my twenty years as a clinician, I have worked with men, women and children from all walks of life. The most common occurrences I have encountered include, but are not limited to, trauma, addiction, grief, depression, self-esteem, relational, and anxiety issues. More specifically, I have provided clinical services to children, adolescents, and their families in residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings, with the goal of improving communication and strengthening family bonds.
Grief
(865) 494-1902
Knoxville, Tennessee 37922
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
Susan K Fuhr, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I appreciate the opportunity to join you on a journey toward greater freedom, flexibility, and joy in the present, away from the limitations, losses, and fears of the past. I specialize in working with those recovering from trauma, and this includes time-limited, evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT) that address Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression. I am one of the few independent providers in the Knoxville area offering group therapy. Please see the group descriptions in my profile. Couples are also warmly invited to my practice.
Grief
(865) 512-7894
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

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