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Domestic Violence Therapists in Nashville

Laura Anderson - Chara Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
“Each of us has a unique journey and it is my privilege to offer a perspective that will inspire and encourage hope as you continue to walk through life, engage in relationships and become a whole individual. I enjoy working with people of different ages, gender and background deal with the issues that are most important to them; I take an eclectic approach to counseling, recognizing that each individual is unique and benefits from a variety of different therapeutic interventions. As we work together and learn more about you, I commit to providing the best service possible.
Domestic Violence
(615) 206-7375
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Beth Nelson, Counselor  in Nashville
“I have been a licensed counselor for six years and I have been in the helping profession for over twenty years. Much of my experience is working with people who have experienced trauma, especially within relationships. I work best with individuals who are dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, and issues of empowerment. I feel you are the expert concerning your life. Maybe you just need some help exploring that to figure things out. My style is not to give advice, but rather to provide a safe environment and relationship where you can feel free to grow and transform.
Domestic Violence
(615) 212-8002
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Transformation Services, Psychiatric Nurse  in Nashville
“Have you ever thought to yourself "Maybe I should go see someone". Don't wait the time is now. Many times people notice that they need help outside of family members and friends but procrastination gets a hold of them. Transformation Services is a Nashville based organization that helps individuals help themselves. We offer court ordered behavioral modification programs, counseling, and psychiatric services. Transformation Services also provides professional development, team building courses and life coaching. These help organizations and individuals develop a better understanding of their target populations and work from within to better succeed at their overall goals.
Domestic Violence
(615) 610-1344
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
Elizabeth Walser  in Nashville
“My passion is working with children, adolescents, couples, and families as they are navigating through the challenges that life brings. My focus is to create a safe environment for my clients to embrace hope and reach their goals.
Domestic Violence
(615) 206-4102
Office is near:
Nashville, Tennessee 37211
Lighthouse Counseling and Mental Health, LLC, Counselor  in Nashville
“Percy Ford, MC, LPC-MHSP, NCC established Lighthouse Correctional Counseling and Mental Health Services in 2012 to provide Individual Psychotherapy, Family Counseling, Group Therapy and Couples Counseling to offenders and their families. Mr. Ford earned a BS in Social Work from Tuskegee University in 1997 and graduated from Argosy University School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences in 2007 with a MA in Professional Counseling.
Domestic Violence
(615) 442-7106
Office is near:
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Tina Waymire Collier, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
“I serve individuals, children/adolescents, couples and families in embracing hope when you may otherwise feel lost. I provide a nurturing and secure atmosphere of trust while establishing a "partnership" with you regarding your care. I provide the type of therapy specific for your need and will utilize a variety of techniques to assist you in your journey. My goal is to educate my clients as to how to recognize their stressors in their lives, the impact on their mental health, how to deal with said stressors, and to learn preventative techniques.
Domestic Violence
(615) 246-5108
Office is near:
Nashville, Tennessee 37210
Ira Helderman, Counselor  in Nashville
“Therapy is a collaborative effort that we shape together. Some of us may want a counselor who is more directive and offers feedback; others may primarily want to be heard, to be able to share openly and freely. We will find the path and utilize those tools that work best for you as a unique individual rather than operating as if every question has the same answer. Research overwhelmingly demonstrates that the strength of the therapeutic relationship is the best predictor of success, far more than the kind of therapy or particular methods that are used.
Domestic Violence
(615) 763-3960
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Jenna Longmire, Counselor  in Nashville
“Guidance, honest feedback, effective tools and nurturing support are sometimes necessary to assist with challenging personal growth, life transitions, losses, emotional wounds, and traumas. My approach is holistic with emphasis on the mind/body and spirit connection. I combine my experience as a psychotherapist, energy worker and spiritual seeker to assist others in their search to find their authentic self.
Domestic Violence
(423) 248-2546
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Juanita Gamache, Counselor  in Nashville
“16 years exp in counseling, investigations, child protection, social work, and treating traumatized, and offender populations. I treat addictions and trauma (simple and complex). Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing-EMDR. Integration of spirituality and recovery into a holistic (mind-body-spirit) framework. I enjoy working with Adult Children of Alcoholics, Survivors of Incest Anonymous, and all 12 Step addiction recovery programs. Professional member of Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, American Counseling Association, and National Board of Certified Counselors.
Domestic Violence
(615) 538-0115
Nashville, Tennessee 37221
Eve Vanzant, Counselor  in Nashville
“As a therapist, I work with people who are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or looking to make some sort of change (in life, relationships, unhealthy habits or behaviors, etc.). I work primarily from a relational-cultural approach, which means that my focus is on the therapeutic relationship, authenticity, and perhaps most importantly, collaboration. Content related to the past, present, and future are each considered to be sources of valuable information, as are thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I value creativity and a sense of humor in my work with clients; your experience is yours alone and as such, your treatment will be individually tailored to your needs.
Domestic Violence
(615) 651-6861
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Alyssa Stines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you struggle with fear you don't understand or sadness that seems bottomless? Is there an emptiness that drugs, alcohol, sex or other behaviors used to fill but that no longer does? Many times, struggles like these come from negative beliefs created in your past. I specialize in helping people find relief from emotional suffering by accessing the truth that is in all of us. I try to provide an environment that feels calming and safe, where the past can be explored and healed into to a more authentic and fulfilling present.
Domestic Violence
(615) 281-5134
Nashville, Tennessee 37221
Candice Floyd  in Nashville
“I have a great passion for the world of therapy and all it has to offer for individuals. Life sometimes brings forth challenges and situations that may make us feel broken and hopeless. I believe that hope is the beginning process of healing. My goal is to create a safe and nurturing environment for all individuals that may feel stuck in their lives and help them move forward through processing. I enjoy being creative in therapy and making the process of therapy self centered. "Where there is Hope there is Healing and where there is Healing there is Strength".
Domestic Violence
(615) 209-9087
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Sheila Renee Peters, Psychologist  in Nashville
“My overall objective is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for individuals, couples and families to address personal challenges. For those engaging in the therapeutic process, the journey requires courage and commitment to personal growth. My professional experience prepares for me to work in a culturally competent framework with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and life experiences. For individuals concerned with spiritual growth, I provide a Christian framework for assessing personal development. My expertise enables me to work effectively with all ages from early childhood through adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood and the elderly season.
Domestic Violence
(615) 327-2978
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Berrylin R Martin, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I am passionate about the therapeutic process, and in it, I intentionally and holistically approach each client's story with graciousness, intuition and wisdom. I work with individuals, both men and women, couples and I integrate family work when appropriate. I also offer women's therapy groups 2-4 times a year. I believe that each person has innate, immeasurable and steadfast worth. Holding on to that worth in a world that is tragic requires deep and continual healing in the depth of our hearts.
Domestic Violence
(615) 673-4791
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Johnathan A Johnson, Counselor  in Nashville
“When working with clients, I maintain a casual and professional interaction. I work to create a warm, friendly and supportive environment that allows clients to work at their own pace. However, I do push clients to move out of their comfort zone and achieve positive change. Building perspective and changing perceptions leads to a broader ability to grow and achieve a healthy life. I always work with clients to demonstrate safety, maintain healthy behaviors and become integral in the community and in this order. Achievement of these provides the best path toward happiness and fulfillment.
Domestic Violence
(615) 442-7022
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Tara Hinman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Welcome to my page... I'm glad that you are here. Recently I was reminded of the following quote: "therapy isn't about pushing people to go where they're afraid to go, but is about helping them recognize and resolve the fears that hold them back." This is an idea that guides my practice, and it is an honor and a privilege to be able to walk with my clients as we explore those fears. Many of us arrive in the therapists office with a growing belief that something is deeply wrong with us... we may be fearful, wounded, confused, anxious or depressed.
Domestic Violence
(615) 323-5708
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Ellen Wilkins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PT
“Are you struggling with a difficult, significant person in your life? Do you stuff your feelings, trying to keep the peace then, in frustration, overreact? I have a passion for healthy relationships and believe a strong, therapeutic relationship can provide the context for transformative healing & growth. I work well with people who feel stuck in the way they handle conflict-either avoiding it or repeating unhealthy patterns or behaviors. I can help you expand your awareness about how the past is effecting the present so you can respond to those you love without losing yourself.
Domestic Violence
(615) 308-8680
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Sarah E Gates, Psychologist  in Nashville
“Choosing a psychotherapist is a very important decision. Talking to someone new about yourself can be intimidating. I provide a setting that is comfortable, safe, and completely confidential. I ask what brings you to see me and what kind of help you feel you need. Sometimes it can be helpful to interview other professionals. Finding a good match is essential and my interest is always in what is best for the client. I do my best to make treatment recommendations and provide services most likely to help you.
Domestic Violence
(615) 745-9997
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Lea Hunter, Counselor  in Nashville
“I see a variety of individuals and couples. Some of the more frequently seen problems involve stress, sadness, anxiety, anger, or relationship conflicts. As a client, I try to empower, and at times therapeutically challenge you, so that you have the tools to overcome obstacles in life. My personable style and client centered approach, helps me to connect with you and ease fears associated with coming to therapy. When I work with couples I stress that I do not take sides, but each person is accountable for the relationship. I want to help you and your partner succeed.
Domestic Violence
(615) 788-3002
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Katie Casey  in Nashville
“Reaching out for help can help bring clarity to those difficult time and that is where therapy comes in. I typically see people that have various concerns such as past trauma, spiritual concerns, depression, anxiety, self-injurious behavior, relationship issues, and grief and loss issues. I enjoy working along side my clients to build their strengths, help them achieve their goals, and a brighter future.
Domestic Violence
(615) 239-0263
Nashville, Tennessee 37217

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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Nashville or for a Nashville 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 Nashville. 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 Nashville, 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 Nashville have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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