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Therapists in Saint Louis

Diana Rigdon, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Life can get pretty hard sometimes. Family issues, problems at work, coping with loss and the many stresses of life in general can cause difficulties that may have us asking questions like "What should I do?", or "How can I cope with this?". Sometimes conditions like depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder and substance use can cause additional problems. If these are issues you would like to manage better, call today for an appointment and let's talk together about finding workable solutions. I am a licensed professional counselor with over 15 years experience helping people with these and other problems.
(314) 828-1287
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
Michael G.S. Gottfried, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Michael Gottfried enjoys working with adults, adolescents and couples on a wide range of issues. His work with clients centers on improving their view of themselves and improving their relationships with others in order to resolve issues of depression, anxiety, stress, and low self-esteem. Particular areas of specialization include working with men and with young adults.
(314) 828-1357
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Edward F. Allen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, BCD, MPS
“Do you want to live a happier and healthier life? Talking to an experienced, qualified therapist can help. I treat adults, teens, couples, and families seeking relief from depression, anxiety, grief, addiction, and mood disorders. We all work towards happiness, but we sometimes get stuck in patterns from the past and live in anxiety about the future. You don't have to suffer alone.
(314) 780-7410
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
“Every person deserves the chance to create happiness from within themselves. As the therapist, I will work with the inner strengths of those individuals and help them navigate their life to become their truest self. My therapeutic practice is based on the client's individual needs. I believe that there is no one model to fit all people and the therapy should be molded to the client's individual goals.
(314) 278-0121
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Beth Koritz,   in Saint Louis
“I know that deciding to begin therapy can be challenging and intimidating. I believe what makes therapy successful is a strong therapeutic relationship. We are all formed through the relationships that have occurred throughout our lives and we are constantly revising how we see ourselves and others through the relationships we form. By focusing on your natural strengths and passions in life we can work together to achieve your goals.
(314) 720-8802
Saint Louis, Missouri 63139
Judy Leon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Sometimes I think that life is just one darn thing after another. Usually we can get through these things on our own, but sometimes we need some help. My work is helping to solve problems of life. When the problems are more serious, such as depression and anxiety, I can be of help dealing with the pain that those problems bring. I take a very direct approach. I will not solve problems for you, but you won't have to wonder what I think about something...just ask. Things can get better and I can help.
(314) 238-8518
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Blash Counseling Associates, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Blash Counseling Associate is a diverse team of skilled clinicians led by Dr. Daniel Blash. Our teams of counselors have worked with a variety of clients from all age and cultural backgrounds. We have seen tremendous success with youth, adolescents and adults. 95% of our marriage counseling couples have successfully worked through difficult issues and remained married. 98% of our clients who suffer from depression report improvements within the first few sessions; the majority of those clients are able to beat depression without medication. We have had great success with clients who suffer from borderline personality disorder and OCD.
(314) 287-5492
Saint Louis, Missouri 63107
Nikki Yankee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“It is my goal to provide a comfortable and supportive atmosphere in order for each client to feel heard, understood, and validated. Making the decision to seek counseling is often overwhelming and difficult. I believe it is important to recognize the strength in each individual for making the step towards living a healthier, happier, and more fulfilled life. My hope for clients is to improve self-awareness, increase insight and develop new ways of coping. My personal goal as a therapist is to instill hope as my clients work to strengthen their ability to make positive, long-lasting changes.
(314) 287-5391
Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
Patty Roosevelt  in Saint Louis
“Pain. It finds us. Whether its physical, emotional, or spiritual, whether its the result of the loss of love, health, or security, it finds us, and it can devastate us. I have known these types of pain and have found that the comfort and support found in a safe and caring relationship gave me the strength to begin to face my pain, heal from the hurt, and work toward a brighter future. I give this comfort and support to hurting adults, children, and families by offering safety, compassion, and when needed, help in learning new skills.
(314) 690-2967 x39
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Remargo Yancie,   in Saint Louis
“Life is difficult and it's also full of dignity, brave people with real histories. Whether dealing with the effects of abuse, unwanted addictions, unyielding anger, persistent anxieties, smothering depression, and faulty relationships, There is hope and healing for you. Challenges and hardships contribute to the complexity and intensity of problems that are rooted in relational issues. I will work collaboratively with you to restore broken bonds, address the pain in your life and heal old wounds.
(314) 301-9297
Saint Louis, Missouri 63118
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I view clients as individuals with unique strengths and the ability to create the quality of life they desire. My role in the therapeutic relationship is to provide empathy and a supportive, safe environment, where clients can develop the skills they need to achieve their goals. I utilize a solution-focused, holistic approach, which is tailored to each client's individual needs.
(314) 200-0494
Saint Louis, Missouri 63127
Rod Campbell, MA, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Louis
“For me, there is nothing more invigorating than helping others find their joy in life and perform at their best. This is why I love my job! Life can throw us some real curve balls, but with the right help, at the right time, getting back in the game is a reality! With more than two decades as a Marriage and Family Therapist, I've had lots of experience helping others overcome difficult problems. I work with teens, adults, couples and families enhancing self-confidence, communication and satisfaction with life.
(314) 665-1762
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Katherine M Kline, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have been working in the field of mental health since 2002 and have worked in a variety of clinical settings (jails, state/federal government, school systems and hospitals). I utilize several different therapeutic interventions, with a main concentration on solution focused therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients achieve the goals that they set forth for themselves. In addition to my time at eMotional Change, I also work locally as an Assistant Professor, educating undergraduate students and training Master's level clinicians.
(314) 858-5414
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
Karen A Geren, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Karen utilizes non-judgmental and empowering approaches that focus on helping individuals access internal strengths to cope with life's difficulties. She offers unconditional support for improved wellbeing while actively challenging behaviors that may hinder progress. Interventions specific to clients' needs are regularly reviewed in order to provide tools to be used between therapy sessions.
(314) 227-9628
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Tracie Wallace  in Saint Louis
“I believe the greatest longing of the human heart is to be deeply known and received--to love and to be loved--yet our experiences cause us to fear what would most satisfy. I hope to walk with you along the path of your story toward the deeply connected relationships our hearts long for. One way of framing what therapy offers is a safe place to allow long-forgotten parts of your heart to awaken... a place to increasingly experience what is means to be fully alive!
(314) 287-4018
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Lee Bascom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a clinical social worker, I think about individual clients as belonging to broader circles of family, school, work, and community. I help you carefully consider what difficulties you are facing and how you can strengthen social and coping skills on many levels. I provide practical counseling and therapeutic strategies for challenging social, emotional, or behavioral problems. Part of my job in working with people and families with special needs and disabilities is to help you navigate The System by identifying and connecting with resources in the larger community. Click on "website" below my picture to see more about me.
(314) 649-5725
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Elizabeth Lowder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in helping others become more empowered in their lives. We are all able to influence our feelings, moods and behaviors by focusing on our thoughts, values and beliefs. Strengths-based approaches are used for all clients signifying my belief that everyone is an expert in their own life. My clinical interventions also focus on the importance of self-care and safety. It is my mission, and pleasure, to help you on your personal journey from survivor to thriver! I have a strong background in sexual health education and trauma - including rape, sexual abuse and relationship violence.
(314) 441-7839
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Jessica Kiesler, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I am dedicated to helping individuals and families make authentic & lasting change in their lives. Over the last 14 years I have studied classic psychological techniques as well as those applying the latest neuroscience. I use a blend of methods to quickly give you skills to interrupt the habit of 'business as usual'. Whether you've tried other strategies before or are simply looking to fine-tune some improvements, I help clients: let go of unhealthy relationships with food, substances or out-of-balance habits; stop yelling or distancing and cultivate satisfying relationship; & finally take control of stress & busy-ness.
(314) 665-1771
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
Joan L Benz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is not so much about changing people, but rather helping people navigate through their thoughts, problems, struggles, and emotions to arrive at their own solutions. If change happens, it will be a result of this process of self discovery. A therapist is the objective vehicle through which this discovery, healing process takes place. My approach to therapy is strength-based, cognitive, empowering, and educational. I believe that often problems are the result of a lack of adequate information, misconceptions about past or present life experiences or past trauma. I use a lot of evidence based approaches; narrative, cognitive, EFT, CBT.
(314) 720-6328
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Raymond T Fezzi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Raymond Fezzi and my office is conveniently located 1/2 mile northwest of Hwy I-55 in the South County area. I offer a range of services, including assessment and therapy for individuals seeking help for relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety disorders, and addictions. I make every attempt to make your first visit comfortable by answering any questions when calling for an initial appointment, and by helping you to clarify your needs and goals for treatment.
(314) 227-9266
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
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