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Family Therapists in Nashville

Allison Edwards, Counselor  in Nashville
“Children and adolescents often experience difficulties that affect their lives in dramatic ways. Whether it be a change in the family system, a problem at school, or a bumpy journey through adolescence, growing up can be a very challenging time. As a result, kids often display a change in behavior, appearance, or academic achievement that may be of concern to their parents, teachers, and families. These changes are often a cry for help and can be best treated by individual or family counseling.
Family
(615) 745-1226
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Sherrie E. McKinney, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BS, LADAC, PRI
“I work with clients who have some desire to move toward abstinence and/or recovery. Many of my clients have experienced negative consequences due to alcohol or drug use, including contact with the criminal justice system, loss of their driver's license, job, children, etc. I provide substance abuse counseling, drug education and an Alcohol and Drug Assessment that will satisfy most state requirements.
Family
(615) 454-9428
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Emily Patridge  in Nashville
“I am not taking new clients at this time.
Family
(615) 545-5785
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Rebecca V. Bullion, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP, CIP
“The Disease of addiction in being redefined as "dis-ease" which expands on meanings we typically primarily think of as substance addiction. Dis-ease is emotional, mental, and spiritual as well as physical. I might add that addiction is definitely a relational problem as well. Knowing when to intervene and deciding on intervention are points at which I start working with clients. Intervention can take place in the context of the therapy room or the traditional organized intervention. Calling for help or a brief initial consult can be the first step in turning thought and contemplation into an action plan.
Family
(615) 414-2995
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Patrick Michael Nitch  in Nashville
“Welcome! Let's jump right in--I specialize in mindfulness-based therapy for adolescents and adults suffering with anxiety, depression, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and relationship issues, including Borderline Personality Disorder. I help adolescents and adults apply the concepts of mindfulness, non-judgment, and acceptance to the specific issues and challenges that are bringing them into counseling. I believe all individuals have the ability to end the cycle of suffering in their lives, and to find joy and happiness in life, even in the midst of current struggles.
Family
(615) 751-5981
Nashville, Tennessee 37210
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPE
“I work with children, adolescents, adults and couples / marriages. I provide a safe environment for them to do their emotional healing and learn to thrive rather than just survive. I love working with children as young as 3 years old and up using play therapy. Children communicate through their play. I see children who have anxiety, depression, history of sexual abuse, behavioral and anger issues. My focus in therapy is to accept them just where they are and to use whatever therapeutic techniques to help them to heal and improve the quality of their lives. I also teach parenting skills.
Family
(615) 281-5715
Nashville, Tennessee 37211
Bryan Holmes, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT, MBA, MDiv
“Feeling stuck, unable to make changes in your life? Addictions, affairs, relationships, loss, grief, shame, life changes -- I can help you seek understanding and relief, and explore new possibilities and solutions in a safe, supportive, confidential, and non-judgmental setting. It takes courage to try new ways of thinking and behaving in the quest to identify and fulfill unmet needs. I can accompany you through the process. Experience self-discovery, self-acceptance, forgiveness, healing, personal growth and freedom!
Family
(615) 246-0081
Nashville, Tennessee 37220
Jessica Mccoy  in Nashville
“Jessica McCoy is passionate about walking alongside and encouraging families with exceptional children. After graduating from Lipscomb University with degrees in theology and psychology, Jessica taught at High Hopes Development Center. High Hopes is an inclusive preschool for children with special needs as well as typically developing children. Here Jessica cultivated skills of working with children as well as empowering families to help their children develop both socially and emotionally. Jessica furthered her expertise by attending Trevecca Nazarene University to obtain a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT). There she also counseled college students transitioning from adolescence to adulthood.
Family
(615) 763-4013
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Marcus Ambrester, Counselor  in Nashville
“Most of the couples that come to work with me started off with a great connection with each other and are now scared their connection has been lost or buried under a mountain of hurt, frustration, anger, and resentment. In other words, I work with couples who love each other and hate the emotional distance between them - couples who want more closeness and intimacy and don't know how to get it.
Family
(615) 653-9198
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Barbara Sanders, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
“Psychotherapy is a healing process that can help you achieve your potential while experiencing less distress than you feel now. Therapy can be supportive and motivating while we work together in a safe space that is non-judgmental, nurturing, and clarifying. If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationships, at work, at home, physically, or inside yourself, you can feel better. If you have experienced some trauma, loss or extreme stress, I can help you. I work with clients who are depressed, anxious, and sometimes fearful, as well as with those who feel stuck in their lives.
Family
(615) 414-2553
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Frances M Bledsoe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Congratulations on wanting to make changes to enhance the quality of your life! I believe that most of us CAN make the changes we deeply want to, particularly if we have a knowledgeable advocate to that process. I believe effective psychotherapy is often about both uncovering how we acquired the (literal or psychological) obstacles to our best paths and about the process of (emotional, cognitive and/or behavioral) skills' acquisition to remove those blocks. I strive to be a compassionate, trustworthy, and enthusiastic partner to my clients' growth processes.
Family
(615) 208-4527
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Jim Schettler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CLC
“I am passionate about helping people overcome, heal, and succeed. With 18 years of experience I have helped many clients to uncover their true self, overcome significant obstacles, and live a meaningful life consistent with their values and goals. I tailor my therapy by using the most effective approach to fit the individual/circumstances. I can help you develop tools for handling situations, emotions, and relationships effectively. I believe in helping people live a balanced life where they create balance mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. The result? Greater clarity, serenity, joy, purpose, and a better relationship with self and others.
Family
(615) 763-4671
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Christina W Culpepper, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, MMFT
“Congratulations on taking your first steps toward healing and wellness. I offer a safe, encouraging, and non-judgmental approach to therapy. My desire is to help support you in resolving what has you feeling stuck and move you towards a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. I provide therapy for individuals, couples, children, adolescents, and families. I provide a comfortable and supportive atmosphere. My therapy approach is personally tailored to each of my clients individual needs to help attain the personal growth they're striving for.
Family
(615) 481-0555
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Marsha R. Thompson  in Nashville
“I have genuine empathy and compassion for individuals, marriages, children and families that are hurting. Counseling Services was established for the purpose of restoring and sustaining wholeness in the lives of all people. Such wholeness is directed toward helping clients achieve more satisfying and productive lives in the contexts of their family, church, community and work place. This mission is accomplished in an environment that is grace filled, secure, caring, confidential, professional, and respectful of each person's life journey. I offer my services to all who seek personal and relational wholeness.
Family
(615) 237-5045
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Athena Consulting & Psychological Services, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Nashville
“We treat patients of all ages and accept most forms of insurance. We are a large group of licensed psychologists with years of experience. We can treat most conditions and specialize in early diagnostic work.
Family
(615) 206-3871
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Charles G Clabough, Psychologist  in Nashville
“My office is conveniently located near the Mall at Green Hills. I have been practicing as a licensed psychologist since 1991. I work primarily with adults, but also see some older adolescents. I see a wide range of presenting problems such as depression and anxiety disorders, existential issues, and life satisfaction concerns. I often work with couples and individuals on relationship issues, and addictions. I have been trained in humanistic, CBT and psychodynamic approaches, employing a combination of these three. I will be glad to answer any questions you might have about what you may expect during treatment.
Family
(615) 745-1023
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Linda Stere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that most problems bringing people to psychotherapy arise from conflict issues and contact issues. Conflicts may involve inner conflicts, such as dilemmas of freedom vs. love, and interpersonal conlicts involving needs between partners, family members, past or present, coworkers, etc. Contact issues involve our connections with self,with others, and seeking, losing, healing, or needing to deepen the quality of these connections. Imbalances in contact or conflict may create mild to severe anxiety, depression, and when unresolved may fuel bad habits at best and at worst compulsive problems. Accurate definition of these underlying issues is necessary for resolution.
Family
(615) 212-5771
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
A New You Counseling Center, PC. (Tonya McKoy), Counselor  in Nashville
“My mission is to assist you in transforming your life. Whether you need help with letting go of the past, seizing the moment, or looking forward to the future, I can assist you in achieving your goals. I am passionate about supporting you on your journey of change, healing and restoration.
Family
(615) 823-8212
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Kathryn Eckstein Jalovec, Psychiatrist  in Nashville
“I am a board certified psychiatrist in private practice in Nashville, Tennessee. I am a graduate of University of Tennessee Medical School, Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency, and Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program.
Family
(615) 209-9114
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Joan Anderson Fox, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe that change can happen with sincere earnest and the desire. My practice is devoted to helping families, couples and individuals with their desire to change behavior. I am a Systemic Solution Focused therapist. I specialize in relational therapy and women's issues I especially love working with issues involving life transitions, coping with change and grief and loss issues. Couples who want to strengthen their relationships by looking hard into their struggles are my specialty. If you are willing to work hard to improve where you are I am willing to work hard with you.
Family
(615) 745-9934
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
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