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Domestic Violence Therapists in Louisville

Marian Kasey Lancaster, Art Therapist  in Louisville
“I have been in the counseling field for over 20 years, and have received specialized training in the areas of trauma, substance abuse, and women's issues. Working in the community mental health field gave me experience addressing problems such as depression, anxiety, and poor self-esteem. It has been my honor to work with people experiencing difficulties in life, whether current problems or unresolved issues from the past. I am non-judgmental and a good listener, providing support during your process of change and growth.
Domestic Violence
(502) 287-0176
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
William C Green, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDIV, LCSW, AAMFT
“Life can be stressful and throw us curves, from job to relationships to children to parent/elder care to grief and loss. Using the client's special/ unique skills, I work collaboratively to solve existing problems. With over 25 years of experience, I especially enjoy working with families and couples of all ages. I also work with Domestic Violence perpetrators and victims, with the goal of the perpetrator becoming a nonviolent, respectful partner and/or parent.
Domestic Violence
(502) 466-3161
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
Warren Lambert, Psychologist  in Louisville
“I work primarily with adolescents and adults. I believe people, at different points in their lives, may need support overcoming hurdles or may just be feeling "stuck." I enjoy working with clients who have concerns in many areas, including depression, relationships, identity, adjustment, anxiety and worry, stress and life management, or family concerns. I value my work as a psychologist and approach each client with respect for their own unique identity and the concerns they seek therapy for.
Domestic Violence
(502) 947-3837
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Jonathan Shippey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA, MFT
“I am a Gottman Certified Couples Therapist, having trained extensively with Drs. John & Julie Gottman, known worldwide for their groundbreaking research and insights into what works in couples therapy. I am the only Gottman Certified therapist between Nashville and Cincinnati.(Visit www.gottman to learn more about what sets this method apart from other non-researched therapies.) The Gottman method is very solution-focused and incredibly hope-giving in its applicability. From the first appointment, you will begin to pinpoint what specifically is hampering you as a couple and will learn skills to start turning your relationship toward the better.
Domestic Violence
(502) 414-1964
Louisville, Kentucky 40218
Karen Raby, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My practice centers on nonjudgmental, experienced care for individuals, couples and families. Tackling the issues and problems that have become overwhelming as well finding solutions for these are of focus. Identifying strengths, building creative problem solving skills and breaking through emotional barriers are targeted. I am committed to and well-prepared for sessions to give you the optimal benefits of therapy. We will develop a strong rapport, staying present and future oriented. Professional experience, education and personal life experiences have made me a caring, committed and effective therapist. I will be direct, non-judgmental and supportive, always showing compassion.
Domestic Violence
(502) 500-0310
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Erin E. Roberts, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSSW, MFTA
“It is my belief that we are in constant change. When change comes, there is a mourning of the old to make way for the new. No matter how exciting new changes are, those changes cause a range of emotions while we adjust. I help people move through these transitions gaining meaning from them, using therapy techniques tailored to the needs of you and/or your family. Each person walking through the door is unique, and while my approach for each person is grounded in evidence based practice, the sessions are as individual as the person/s seeking therapy.
Domestic Violence
(502) 526-4384
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
Elyse Rochman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal is to empower individuals to accept themselves, regardless of weight, size, or other culturally defined standards of beauty. I teach my clients to practice intuitive eating skills by learning to be mindful of both their bodily needs, and their emotional needs. I help identify and process the underlying causes of various disordered eating behaviors, such as childhood traumas, dysfunctional communication patterns, and maladaptive coping skills. By processing these issues, clients can learn to implement healthier coping mechanisms and more effective communication skills with which to express their thoughts, feelings, and needs in a safe and constructive manner.
Domestic Violence
(502) 435-4827
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Deborah Richard, Counselor  in Louisville
“Finding the right therapist is extremely important. The strength of client-therapist bond privides the positive and accepting atmosphere in which issues of mind/spirit/body may be addressed. By exploring and addressing the roots of current problems, resolution and healing can be manifested in the client's life. My focus for each client is to maximize their potential. I take a conversational-collaborative and eclectic approach as I work with clients with various issues. My clients set goals and leave therapy with the skills they need. Sessions usually occur weekly in an effort to maintain a constructive intensity toward self-awareness and restoration.
Domestic Violence
(502) 871-4121
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
Melissa M Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Melissa Johnson, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and graduate of the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville, provides a warm and comfortable approach to counseling using different therapy models tailored to each client's individual needs. Melissa is trained in the Internal Family Systems Model, which can be a powerful tool that empowers clients to discover and engage their own perspective, confidence, compassion, and acceptance.
Domestic Violence
(502) 822-5546
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
Tyler Horn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have years of experience helping children and families of all ages and stages. I believe therapy should be individualized, effective and fun. The decision to find a therapist is often not an easy one, it involves recognizing that you or your child are facing a challenge that you may need professional help to overcome. In our first session, I will conduct a thorough and professional evaluation. Then, we'll work together to decide if I am the right fit. I can share what I have to offer, while you share what a successful outcome would look like for you.
Domestic Violence
(502) 912-8889
Louisville, Kentucky 40207
Diana R. Delp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“With 19 plus years experience, I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in relationship and family issues, trauma (physical, emotional, sexual) and PTSD, phobias, anxiety and self-esteem issues. I can help you heal the negative effects of past and recent events. These may include sexual abuse, accidents, anxiety and panic attack issues, depression, and family of origin issues.
Domestic Violence
(502) 324-3234
Louisville, Kentucky 40218
Pamela JB Luce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LPCC
“I work with a wide range of issues in people's lives from depression and anxiety to work/school related stress, parenting difficulties, relationship issues, grief, and traumatic stress. I typically use short-term, goal-oriented treatment techniques, taking a practical approach to problem-solving. We would work together to identify your problems, establish goals for therapy, and develop new coping strategies. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, and marriage therapy and provide these services in both Shelbyville and Middletown.
Domestic Violence
(502) 378-3527
Louisville, Kentucky 40243
Lisa Steelsmith, Counselor  in Louisville
“As a counselor I am comfortable working with a breadth of distressing experiences, thoughts, and feelings, while as a former engineer I bring understanding of the latest research to better discern your unique struggles. Though I am an expert on human behavior, cognition, and emotion, I believe you hold the key to your own growth and healing, and we will work together to help you survive and thrive. The collaboration between us will form a secure foundation from which you will be able to change and grow, and I will respect and challenge you in your progress.
Domestic Violence
(502) 771-4701
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Mandi Guthrie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over the past several years I have enjoyed working with children, adolescents and adults. I have had the privilege of coming alongside many people as they journey through a variety of life circumstances. Relationship issues, parenting, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, physical and sexual abuse, women’s issues, adoptive families and birth mothers are some areas in which I have the most experience.
Domestic Violence
(502) 558-6995
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Joanna Morse, Psychologist  in Louisville
“I work with clients ages 16 and up in dealing with whatever issues they would like to address, including anxiety, depression, trauma, identity issues, self-esteem, interpersonal issues. etc. I believe it's important to live a meaningful life, so I work with clients to find what would make their lives more meaningful. You can expect to be treated with respect and to be challenged to accept the things that cannot be changed and commit to doing what makes your life fit your own values and aspirations.
Domestic Violence
(502) 804-5443
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
Peaceful Solutions Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
“I love being a therapist because I have a deep passion to help others discover who they truly are, overcome emotional difficulties, recover from substance abuse, learn to live fully and enjoy their lives. My love of family drives me to help other families reconnect. My belief is that a family is a system and when one person is in crisis, the whole family is in crisis. My goal is to help each member of the family understand the problems and become part of the solution that brings their family back together.
Domestic Violence
(502) 437-3536
Louisville, Kentucky 40214
Carol Abbott Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“The relationship between therapist and client is essential to the success of the therapeutic process. I strive to be authentic with my clients because they are entrusting me with their life stories. I truly care about my clients and my goal is to help them so they never have to call me again (I just hope they send other referrals my way so I can stay in business!).
Domestic Violence
(502) 230-4234
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
Brian Beckham, Counselor  in Louisville
“My ideal client is any client willing to get to the root of the problem and put forth the effort necessary for their health and betterment. Psychotherapy is a joint effort between both client and practitioner and I believe by working together any disorder can be managed or overcome.
Domestic Violence
(502) 542-6807
Louisville, Kentucky 40207
Jean A. Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with A Master's degree in Psychology. I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years and have maintained a full-time private practice since 1994. I help adolescents and adults solve the tough problems they face individually as well as the challenges that arise in families, couple relationships, and in the workplace. I focus on solutions, strengths, and skill-building in addressing the sticking points in people's lives.
Domestic Violence
(502) 225-3470
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
Paul F Schmidt, Psychologist  in Louisville
“I am a psychologist and life coach in Louisville, Lexington, and Shelbyville, KY. My website rocks. Trained at Vanderbilt and at the University of Colorado, I love dealing with issues of marriage and addiction. As a Christian I feel called and gifted for guidance, inspiration, and healing. An author and speaker, I'm pro-recovery, pro-family, and very proactive. Dialog with me is lively and I work quickly, as I'm homework intensive. I counsel sex addicts, nationally certifiied for this task, and personally trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes.
Domestic Violence
(502) 633-2860
Louisville, Kentucky 40243

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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Louisville or for a Louisville domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Louisville. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Louisville, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Louisville have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Louisville you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Louisville and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Louisville or family therapy in Louisville.