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Therapists in Saint Louis

Jamie Bodily  in Saint Louis
“During the reproductive years, women experience hormonal changes, role identity changes, and managing multiple responsibilities which can lead to feeling overwhelmed or depressed. Whether your pregnancy is planned or unplanned, it can bring up a myriad of feelings as you navigate all the changes in your life. You deserve non-judgmental support, a safe place to talk about the realities of your life and an opportunity to find who you want to be as a parent, a partner and a woman. My goal is to help you find your confidence in your new role!
(636) 692-4399
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Kimela Kluthe, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, PLMFT
“Life consists of transitions, decisions and changes. We make the best decisions we can, with the knowledge and information that we have at the time. But as time passes we learn new information that changes how we see our circumstances - and our previous decisions - and this tugs at us to make subtle and healthy changes to our lives. Job changes, relationship issues, physical and mental illness, and life transitions are some of the situations that require a fresh look at how to move forward in life.
(636) 336-1363
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Allison Rubin, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I provide a professional, friendly, and confidential service to individuals, couples, and families with the aim of maintaining and building positive relationships, while cultivating a greater understanding of oneself. I use a Person-Centered approach to therapy infused with Brief Solution-Focused techniques. The focus of the work in therapy will be to develop skills that employ your strengths which will lead to life-long positive changes.
(314) 303-6946
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Kelly S Diller  in Saint Louis
“Kelly brings deep compassion and understanding to the counseling experience and walks with her clients through changes that are meaningful and long-lasting. She is passionate about helping women heal from abuse and betrayal, and she recognizes the importance of instilling hope for desired change with regard to relationships and other goals. She loves to work with relationships, anxiety, self-esteem, family counseling, adolescents, identity issues, grief, trauma, depression, anger, and spiritual struggles. Kelly assists her clients in understanding the full context of their situations and she speaks truth in love.
(314) 219-1724
Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
“I have focused on treating adolescent to young adult males who are making the transition to adulthood. This age group often expresses emotion as anger. I help these young men to better identify and express themselves in ways that are life enhancing rather than life inhibiting. My approach includes as much of the family system as is willing to participate. This approach also works well with couples and/or adults finding it difficult to find satisfaction in their emotional/intimate relationships. I also work with those experienceing difficulties with addiction and/or substance abuse.
(314) 282-3621 x107
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Kathryn Stinson  in Saint Louis
“I work with clients on many issues, including life transitions, trauma, self-concept issues, grief, & chronic or terminal illness. As a PLPC, I am supervised by Francesca Ferentelli, PhD, LPC, License #2004037130. I specialize in Narrative Therapy & EMDR, though like most therapists, I pull from several different methods. Each person is different, & the way we work together depends largely on your preferences.
(314) 827-6803
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
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 have been particularly successful in helping couples learn to communicate more effectively and restore marital harmony. I also have had much success in my work with teens and young adults with a variety of challenges.
(314) 527-2175
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Krista Kellerman  in Saint Louis
“The decision to seek counseling usually comes after exhausting our best available internal and external resources to cope. Sometimes our best attempts fall short of living our ideal life, becoming our authentic self, or having healthy relationships. If you are experiencing difficulties that are keeping you from enjoying life to the fullest, please contact me. I can help you find solutions to the issues that are keeping you stuck.
(314) 549-8536
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
INSynergy, Psychiatrist  in Saint Louis
“INSynergy...the Premier Addiction Program in St. Louis, Missouri. Staffed by experts in Addiction Medicine. INSynergy is a non-12 Step, Non-AA, 6 month, outpatient, substance abuse treatment program that implements technologies to treat addiction and its related conditions such as: mood disorders, pain disorders, sleep disorders. Highly personalized program designed for motivated professionals, students, and individuals that expect only the highest level of concierge medical service to maintain successful lifestyles. Dr. Arturo Taca, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine has been voted Best Doctor in the field of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine since 2009.
(314) 266-1641
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Susie Berg, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I believe a core element of growth lies in the understanding that the only thing you have control over is your thinking and response to any given situation. I seek to provide an atmosphere of non-judgmental support so that you can empower yourself to no longer believe your happiness and contentment lies in anything outside yourself. I invite you, from the heart, to start your journey and discover how to take charge of your wellbeing.
(314) 499-9144
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Tim Laughter, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I believe that people typically have more personal power than they realize. I assist individuals, couples, and families in identifying that power and using it to effect the change they wish to see in their lives. Most of my efforts are focused on children and their families dealing with ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and other behavioral problems at school and in the home; relationship enhancement, couples dealing with infidelity, communication problems, and other dynamic issues; and individuals of all ages struggling to overcome anxiety, depression, find purpose, and increase self-worth.
(314) 858-5595
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
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
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
Russell Hyken, Counselor  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, EdS, MA, LPC, NCC
“By offering educational evaluations, ADHD assessments, and individual/family therapy, Russell Hyken provides comprehensive services to help individuals excel and families strengthen. Determining why someone is not reaching their full potential is the first step toward success. Is there a social/emotional issue that is making life difficult? Or is there some other concern impeding life happiness. Russell Hyken believes in creating a positive atmosphere to promote internal growth. Making permanent and positive changes in my client's life is the ultimate goal.
(314) 881-8421
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Mitch Edmondson, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“If you are exploring the option of therapy, you may have already made attempts to improve your situation on your own. You may feel depressed, anxious or fearful about the future. Though you desire to make a change, you may be skeptical about the idea of counseling. You may also feel that finding a therapist who listens without judgment and who balances honest feedback with empathy, is a confusing and difficult task. If this describes your situation, I hope that I might have the opportunity to speak with you about a practical strategy to bring about the change you desire.
(314) 514-4027
Saint Louis, Missouri 63139
Amy-Ruth Bartlett, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Are you struggling in relationships, or with the emptiness of your daily grind? We have all been there and it's difficult to prioritize ourselves in order to move past life's demands into meaningful, vibrant living. We beat ourselves up for not being able to handle seemingly small problems on our own and replay voices of invalidation: "Get over it..., have more faith..., you're so stupid...." By the end of that assault, the part of us that wanted to get better is so beaten down that she doesn't dare ask for help or hope for healing.
(314) 485-9915
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Rachel Glik, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“After 20 years in private practice, and 26 of marriage, I feel privileged to say I specialize in "Relationships." I love inspiring women and men to look more within themselves for happiness, security, value - and to understand that friction in relationships can be just what they need to grow. Those open to change benefit most ... a healthy couple takes healthy people. I also see adults individually, many with relationship challenges, but also seeking help with concerns like low self worth, anxiety, sadness, depression, negative thoughts, addictions, feeling stuck or unfulfilled. Most are amazed by their own power when they connect to their true selves.
(314) 925-9098
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
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
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
Ellen S. Dorfman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, LPC
“Ellen Dorfman believes that the client is the ultimate expert. She prefers to accompany clients on the journey of their choosing, assuming the role of guide rather than tour director. Ellen is most interested in what can be learned from the clients as they bring issues of trauma, eating disorders, and dissociation. Others with grief, loss, depression, and personal growth and identity issues make up much of her practice. When appropriate, Ellen draws upon many years of experience and is equipped and comfortable with a variety of therapeutic tools and skills to help clients in their quests.
(314) 227-9167
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
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