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Therapists in Saint Louis

Jacqueline Fay Langley, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“I have been treating all age groups in the St. Louis area for 30 years. My in depth training as both a psychologist and psychoanalyst for children and adults provides a full spectrum of skills to treat short and long term issues. I am highly skilled at meeting a person where they are to help them, through connection with me and my understanding to reach new and emotionally healthier places in their life. In addition to the areas of specialties listed I work with mother/infant dyads and children who are adopted and their parents achieve more satisfying attachments.
(314) 527-1227
Saint Louis, Missouri 63124
Christine Balliett McEvoy, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Christine McEvoy has been a Counselor for over 10 years. Her straight- forward and non-judgemental approach makes it easier for a person to address topics that often bring up feelings of shame and embarrassment. She has extensive experience working with individuals who struggle with addiction issues and eating struggles. Christine has years of experience helping others implement specific techniques that help prevent relapse.
(314) 884-1822
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Sarah E. Bollinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My clinical experience centers on the intersection of mental health and physical health. I have worked extensively in hospice care and in cancer centers in both New York, NY and St. Louis, MO, assisting with the process of illness, grief, and loss. I have also provided mental health counseling to clients at St. Francis of Assisi Counseling Center in New York City, focusing on issues related to spirituality and women's empowerment. I hold a Doctorate in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Missouri.
(314) 287-5881
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Cathy Wilhelmi, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I have long been interested in the concept of mindfulness and self-compassion both in my personal life and in my practice. The mindfulness skills provide an opening to self-acceptance and reduction of judgments. Although this begins a different journey for most clients, I believe greater self-compassion allows clients to use new behavior skills in order to make changes in their lives. Dialectical Behavioral therapy allows me to bring these values into each session along with humor and understanding. I enjoy knowing that clients are doing the best they can!"
(314) 828-2502
Saint Louis, Missouri 63126
Amy Camp Ryan, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I am a skilled and friendly therapist who has an informal demeanor. I am commited to helping my clients achieve balance, fullfillment and happiness. I believe that a positive therapeutic relatioship is essential when helping individuals work through their emotionally difficult and challenging struggles. Contact me to begin your path of self-awareness and contentment.
(314) 282-2883
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
Michael Deal, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“When working with individuals, I aim to help them through a collaborative process to understand the underlying issues that are causing them to not live up to their potential. The model which I employ assumes that many of our struggles are connected to conflicts within us of which we are not completely aware. I feel that therapy is most effective when the entire person's personality and history are considered instead of just focusing on current problematic behaviors. My work focuses on recognizing long standing relationship patterns that are troublesome as well as developing a more emotionally stable and adaptive personality.
(314) 561-7106
Saint Louis, Missouri 63124
Mary Randlett, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Randlett's clinical work encourages clients to identify past influences on how they manage feelings and relationships. These patterns are tied to current concerns and how to make changes. She keeps a family system overview, whether working with individuals or couples, while using techniques tailored to needs of clients. Interested in the entire lifespan, she values work with adults, adolescents and older adults. Dr. Randlett has broad experience with anxiety, depression, and most psychiatric problems. She is a licensed psychologist and clinical fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
(314) 394-8390
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Mary Jo Schneller, Pastoral Counselor  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, PhD, CPsyD, LCPC
“At times, we all experience challenges in our lives that make us feel out of control, out of balance, and disconnected. Despite these challenges, I believe that you can grow and heal. I believe in helping people through Faith based and practical counseling approach that responds to the needs of the whole person. I have a strong commitiment to the strengthening of individuals, marriages and families by promoting excellence in counseling. Christian Counseling Network can help meet those needs.
(314) 315-4236
Saint Louis, Missouri 63125
LifeWork, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Saint Louis
“Everyone has emotions and they are sometimes really tough to handle. LifeWork, LLC specializes in assisting you in dealing with emotional pain. We can help you build a life worth living, and then help you take the next step to enjoy your life. We specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, a big title that means we believe that you make sense exactly as you are and that you want to change. It is not only possible for those suffering to get better, the odds are highly in your favor. You may be someone who has tried many kinds of treatment and not had the progress that you have wanted. DBT is designed for you. If you've tried therapy and/or psychiatry before and not had success, you owe it to yourself to check out LifeWork, LLC.
(314) 480-6350
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Ricky Lomax, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“My ideal client is one who believes in actively participating in the therapeutic process. I believe that the client has all of the tools necessary for healing they just need to be encouraged and empowered to use them. I have worked with a host of mental/emotional issues; Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Paranoid Schizophrenia, Major Depression and Conduct Disorder. I also work with individuals who have issues with their sexuality;including homosexuality, lesbianism and bisexual relationships. I have witnessed a lot of success with children who have ADHD. I have worked well with adults suffering from Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder.
(314) 720-6144
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Betsy Douglass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are experiencing the pain of difficult personal circumstances or troubled relationships, I can offer you and/or your significant other support, guidance, and professional expertise. I help clients discover their own strengths, see their problems in a new way, and offer them practical support in their efforts to change. We look at past relationships and families of origin as a means to understanding or changing behaviors in the present. I work with individuals, couples and families, from pre-adolescence on.
(314) 527-3090
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
David T Koch, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“If you are anything like me, you have had a moment in your life when you asked yourself "How can I make the pain stop?" For me, therapy is one option for hurting individuals who want to work through the pain to find answers to life's experiences and questions. I have had the privilege and challenge to walk alongside individuals, couples and families working to initiate the road to recovery that is so often littered with significant loss and conflict.
(314) 403-7588 x25
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Paul Lohkamp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you burdened, troubled or afraid due to past tragedy, hurt or illness - or are you in the middle of a tragedy, conflict or loss? Do you have a physical illness, especially a Heart Problem, with related stress? We start with a comprehensive evaluation. Then we examine your strengths and the resources you have used when life gets troublesome. My job is to know and understand you well enough to really help. We also review your "mindfulness" skills - how you manage life, relax, accept things, and other "now" coping skills. Then we will proceed with a plan for therapy just designed for you.
(314) 467-8795
Saint Louis, Missouri 63146
Maria Carella, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I bring 25 years of experience working with women, couples and families. I am a gentle and compassionate listener who works hard to understand your feelings and concerns.I can help you sort through your thoughts and feelings, make sense of the past and give you hope for the future. I am confident that I can help you gain clarity and implement a plan for change.
(314) 492-5042
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
“I have a great interest in helping seniors and their families through the transitions and losses that occur later in life. My other interests include working with individual adults and adolescents, military personnel and veterans, crisis intervention, depression, anxiety disorders, grief counseling, and group therapy.
(314) 925-9096
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Chana Greenwald,   in Saint Louis
“Making the decision to seek help can be confusing and overwhelming. It takes courage to face the obstacles in your life but with the right therapist the process can be extremely rewarding and life-changing. I am passionate about helping clients find support and acquire tools for self-growth, for reducing anxiety and depression, and for improved relationships, in a safe and trusting environment. I will collaborate with you on a therapeutic course to restore your sense of balance and purpose.
(314) 527-2175
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Lisa Hadley, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“No matter how big or small, we all struggle from time to time with life's challenges. When those challenges become overwhelming, it often helps to speak with a professional in a safe and supportive environment so one can make decisions, problem solve, and move toward personal goals. In my therapy practice, I provide counseling for a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, body image, eating disorders, relationship problems, and parent-child conflict. I use a variety of treatment approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), tailored to meet the needs of each client and family.
(314) 527-2021
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
Joan A DiPretore, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Dedicated to my clients' happiness and success, I feel honored to be trusted with their innermost thoughts. They often report feeling completely overwhelmed and stressed by life situations: e.g. relationship conflict, conflict at work, loss of a loved one. Feeling that life is controlling them, they report feeling depressed, anxious, and doubting their own ability. Through our work together in therapy, my clients have felt empowered to regain the control necessary to make positive changes in their lives and relationships, and thereby resolve their conflicts, reduce their level of stress, and relieve their accompanying anxiety and depression.
(314) 714-4248
Saint Louis, Missouri 63104
Della Kinsolving Benham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have an extensive background in treating trauma issues, grief and loss issues, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. Most of my clients are adults, although I do see some adolescents in the context of providing family therapy. I enjoy providing relationship counseling with both heterosexual and gay/lesbian couples. Many of my clients refer their friends and colleagues to me because they are appreciative of my sensitivity to clients from many different cultural backgrounds.
(314) 828-5441
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Alpha Omega Christian Counseling P.C.  in Saint Louis
“I enjoy working with both adolescents and adults who are struggling with overcoming substance use, legal issues, interpersonal relationship struggles, self-harm, anxiety, depression, and many other mental health issues.
(314) 888-9598
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
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