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Couples Counseling Therapists in Memphis

Demarcus Davis, Counselor  in Memphis
“I am here to provide high quality service in the shortest time possible in order to help you get on with living a happy and healthy life. I have over 10 years experience in a wide variety of settings. My greatest strength is the ability to relate to you based on your unique needs. After a short phone call, I will help you decide if I or another professional might be a good fit for your needs.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 878-2218
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
Eric Cassius And Associates, Counselor  in Memphis
“With over 15 years of experience I have worked with clients from all over Memphis. Clients are motivated to change and address their issues upon the initial session. Whether a client is an adult or adolescent I treat each person who comes to my office as an individual with their own special needs. I specialize in Hypnotherapy for Stopping Smoking, Weight Loss, Stress, Anxiety, Concentration, Focus, Athletic Performance, Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction, Couples Counseling, Family Therapy, Adolescent Behavioral Therapy, ADHD Testing, and Study Coaching. For more information please feel free to contact me or check out my website: Cassiusandassociates.com
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 654-0078
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Philip Murphy, Psychologist  in Memphis
“Solutions customized for you & your specific situation - that is our goal when we partner in your sessions. We pursue this goal in a warm & supportive environment paced according to your needs. Confidentiality and privacy is a high priority in my practice. For instance, all appointments are made directly with me and in self-pay arrangements, sensitive information is never sent to a 3rd party to be stored in a "cloud" or some distant server. Of course, if you use insurance confidential information is required to be revealed (such as a psychiatric diagnosis) to access your benefits.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 466-2861
Memphis, Tennessee 38125
Dawn Burns Casey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW, CHt
“An opportunity for healing through exploring self at a deeper physical, emotional and spiritual level is offered. Trauma, abuse, adult wounded child, emotional imbalance, ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder), rejection/ abandonment, codependency, addiction, life transitions and career change, divorce and relationship barriers are some of the concerns addressed. I believe a huge part of healing comes from learning to authentically accept and love ourselves. For those who suffered for a long time, it only takes a willingness to be open for change to occur.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 290-4829
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Katherine Wilson Blackney, Psychologist  in Memphis
“"Compassion asks us to go where it hurts, to enter into the places of pain, to share in brokenness, fear, confusion, and anguish. Compassion challenges us to cry out with those in misery, to mourn with those who are lonely, to weep with those in tears. Compassion requires us to be weak with the weak, vulnerable with the vulnerable, and powerless with the powerless. Compassion means full immersion in the condition of being human." Henri Nouwen
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 495-2588
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Mary Beth Wingfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you stressed, worried, depressed, having communication difficulties? I can help you sort things out, get a fresh perspective and revive hope. Counseling for over 25 years from a Christian perspective, I have helped many people with depression, relationship problems, and/or overwhelming circumstances. Finding hope, discovering strengths helps renew us. Helping you by reminding you of things that "fill your tank" and build you up, energizes and enables you to be successful in other areas. Strengthening coping skills by being able to confide with a professional enables you to enjoy who you are and builds confidence.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 244-4495
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Paul M Hambrick  in Memphis
“My primary goal for every first session is to truly listen, so that you know that a caring, Christian therapist is fully engaged with you and your problem(s). My treatment is solution focused while exploring for root causes, insight and productive change options. Home work is often assigned along with various print and internet resources. As a Christian Counselor I often include prayer and scripture as integral components of therapy. (I am never evangelistic, not attempt to persuade anyone to any belief or philosophy.) I have been described as a pragmatic, empathetic, knowledgeable, caring, sensitive and wise Christian Counselor.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 310-1789
Office is near:
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Dewaine Rice, Counselor  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, LPC, MHSP, NBCCH, (fellow
“As an experienced clinician and university professor, I bridge theory to practice in a pragmatic way. Interventions are customized to you and your individual needs. I provide clinical mental health counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Hypnotherapy is utilized effectively to address chronic pain management. I have extensive success treating persons with PTSD, phobias, panic attacks, and unwanted habits with both hypnotherapy and individual counseling. My unique background as a university professor, clinical mental health counselor, and national board certified clinical hypnotherapist (fellow) allows me to provide an eclectic approach to effective individualized interventions.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 235-8824
Office is near:
Memphis, Tennessee 38138
Marilyn M Kerr, Counselor  in Memphis
“WELCOME TO A MORE FULFILLING AND CREATIVE LIFE... If you are struggling with personal, relational and professional difficulties, you will know you are respected and valued as we explore solutions. Counseling can help you find hope and strength to meet your goals despite whatever is causing you stress or pain. Varied counseling techniques which are supportive, compassionate and practical can meet your needs for conflict resolution, family psychotherapy, abuse, and/or grief recovery. Together we can work toward realizing and fulfilling your potential.
Couples Counseling
Obesity
(901) 209-4080
Office is near:
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
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Lee Horton, Psychologist  in Memphis
“"I love you, but I'm not sure I'm in love with you." The message hits you in the stomach and leaves you trying to understand what it means for your relationship - and how you should respond. It is normal to feel anxious and helpless in the face of losing your partner's commitment to the relationship. In a desperate effort to save the relationship, you can diminish yourself by reaching out to a partner whom has nothing to offer in return except rejection.
(901) 254-8929
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Wally Juraschka, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“I am the Director of EMDR-Memphis, a training and treatment (for the general public) center for professionals seeking basic and advanced training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). EMDR has been thoroughly researched and is considered an effective treatment for trauma and anxiety by the World Health Organization. I am currently seeing individuals and couples with a focus on resolving emotional triggers that block fulfillment and eventually results in anxiety, depression and/or self-defeating behavior patterns.
(901) 466-8013
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Ray A Turner, Psychologist  in Memphis
“I have been a mental health professional for more than 25 years in a variety of settings. My experience includes service in three community mental health centers in Tennessee and Arkansas, a State Hospital internship and four years as a Staff Psychologist with the Arkansas Department of Correction. I have seen clients from a wide-range of settings with a wide-range of challenging problems. My primary focus is providing assistance to those experiencing emotional disturbances which have become overwhelming to the extent of threatening, or actually damaging the quality of the person's life.
(901) 730-5699
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Hugh D. Moore, Psychologist  in Memphis
“We offer individual therapy for adults and couples therapy. Our specialties are relationship counseling, whether new, enduring, or ending, psychological testing, individual psychotherapy, and forensic services.
(901) 235-2889
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
“I am an Inter-relational and Jungian Psychoanalyst and a psychiatrist. My practice is primarily analytic, although I do some limited general psychiatry and psychopharmacology. My particular interest is in dealing with developmental or adult trauma and the issues associated with this area. Integration and healing of residua of such facilitates personal development and improved relational capacities.
(901) 466-8945
Memphis, Tennessee 38112
John A. Cooper, Psychologist  in Memphis
“My role is to assist in solving personal problems by applying psychological knowledge in a concrete, down to earth manner. Psychotherapy combines respect and understanding to create an environment of safety in which people clarify thoughts and feelings so that they can find a good solution. Most often this involves helping you facilitate and utilize the resources you already have; rarely does it involve telling anyone what they need to or should do. I have experience in resolving issues of depression and anxiety, relationship problems, and work difficulties.
(901) 209-1934
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Pamela Keeling-Nuttall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hi my name is Pamela Keeling-Nuttall. I am a psychotherapist who has been practicing as a therapist for greater than 10+ yrs. As a therapist, I work with clients of all ages, couples and family systems. I am known to be personable, and warm hearted as a person. I am a Cognitive Behavioral Client Centered Therapist, who utilizes ecclectic approaches while working to empower the client to find and utilize their own strengths in working through problems, managing depression, stress and anxiety, and utilize coping strategies/tools that will help to improve client overall functioning.
(901) 881-7867
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Cliff Heegel, Psychologist  in Memphis
“My office is a safe place to heal from deep pain, dark secrets, and resolve emotionally complex life situations. I can help you move on and chart a new course. I am very relaxed and informal. I am not conventional, stuffy or judgmental. I work quietly and deeply. I work very well with sensitive people who are really troubled by their minds and feelings or personal trauma. PTSD, Borderline, Bipolar, Anxiety, Panic, Sexual Trauma, Addiction, Grief, OCD & more. Excellent with infidelity or divorce counseling. I am creative regarding financial agreements. I can usually connect well with brilliant troubled teens.
(901) 310-3879
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
Delta Medical Center for Heroin Addiction, Treatment Facility  in Memphis
“Heroin is a powerful semi-synthetic opiate derived from an Asian poppy plant. Heroin is used on the streets as a recreational drug because it creates the feelings of well-being and joy in the user. People who abuse heroin report feeling an intense rush and an overwhelming feeling of euphoria while the drug is being metabolized into morphine in the brain. Chronic use of heroin will change the structure and functioning of the brain, leading to tolerance and dependence. Physical heroin dependence is demonstrated by the need to continue using the drug to avoid unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Psychological dependence occurs when an individual firmly believes that he or she cannot function without heroin. Heroin addiction and abuse can lead to devastating personal consequences in nearly every aspect of a user's life. Heroin addicts may end up losing all of their friends and family members, slowly becoming more withdrawn and isolated. They may have lost their job due to poor performance or may have been kicked out of school. Additionally, addict's face a number of major medical problems that will only get worse over time as the abuse continues.
(877) 978-2507
Memphis, Tennessee 38118
Sheila C. Vamplin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Calm. Courage. Connection. We long for them. We need them. Their absence can lead to stress, confusion, loneliness. I help clients find calm in the midst of struggle. I help you find courage to be who you really are and address whatever it is that brings you to counseling or coaching. I seek to help you connect with your truest self, with the relationships you need, and with the spiritual part of yourself that is often neglected. Looking at the big picture makes a difference.
(901) 457-4473
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Tyler Rogers, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, PhD, NCC, MAMFT
“Are you kept up at night by anxious thoughts? Are you and your spouse struggling to communicate? Do you feel trapped in your marriage? Are you finding it hard to love others and yourself in a manner consistent with your Christian faith? Is your family or life increasingly difficult to manage? Do you desire to increase the chances of success in your future marriage? If so, I offer affordable counseling to walk with you through various personal or relational issues in your life. As a ministry of Christ City Church, I can include the thoughtful integration of psychology and Christianity.
(662) 596-0464
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
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