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Depression Therapists in San Antonio

Kay Schanzer, Counselor  in San Antonio
“If we are to live into our potential and experience lives that are meaningful to us, it is helpful to gain insight into where we feel blocked and what needs to happen to move us closer to our authentic self. As a psychotherapist and certified psychoanalyst, I can often help you on this journey. There are many reasons why we seek individual or couple therapy. Understanding ourselves better seems to be reason enough. But for some this decision comes when we are at a particularly difficult moment in life--a death, divorce, relationship concerns, retirement or any situation which may constellate strong feelings.
Depression
(210) 255-2006
San Antonio, Texas 78212
Edward Felan Jr, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Dealing with life's ups and downs can be difficult enough as it is; having to deal with depression, anxiety, anger, grief/loss can make life much more complicated. I would like to be of service to you in order to help you deal with life's complications. I can accomplish this in a variety of ways that focuses on you and your circumstances individually. .
Depression
(210) 888-0212
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Carol L Jones, Counselor  in San Antonio
“There are many reasons to seek therapy -- some of the most common being a major life transition, anxiety, depression, grief or trauma. Relationship issues in marriage, family or work are also common stressors that can benefit from counseling. I work collaboratively with adults and adolescents to address these issues in an atmosphere of respect, trust and acceptance. Carefully listening to your concerns, together we identify problems and/or goals to work toward.
Depression
(210) 585-2907
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Diane Lawson Martinez, Psychiatrist  in San Antonio
“Dr. Diane Lawson Martinez is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in private practice in San Antonio. She completed her psychiatry training at Michael Reese Hospital and her psychoanalytic training at the Institute for Psychoanalysis, both in Chicago. She is a Training and Supervising Analyst on the faculty of The Houston-Galveston Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Martinez specializes in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy of adults and couples, and psychotherapy supervision for mental health providers. Her practice is primarily devoted to intensive treatment of anxiety, depression, and personality and relational problems.
Depression
(210) 829-7900
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Jolene C Moore, Psychiatrist  in San Antonio
“*Dr. Moore is not accepting new patients at this time.* Dr. Moore provides individual psychotherapy, with or without medication management, to adults for the treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, relationship issues, and various other mental health issues. Dr. Moore is Board Certified in General Psychiatry.
Depression
(210) 272-7169
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Donald Aulner, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I've never been one for flowery statements or colorful phrases when describing my counseling practice. My focus is on you-the client and what you're looking for. Motivated clients usually do best, but anyone with a desire to live a better life can achieve great results. Sometimes we just have to put the behavior in front of the feeling. Nothing comes easy and there are no special shortcuts. If you want a more meaningful life and are willing to work for it, then I would like to meet with you and work out a plan for success.
Depression
(210) 702-3080
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Susan Blake, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The psychotherapeutic relationship is unique, unlike any other relationship we may have in our lives. We come to counseling to work with a trained professional who is sensitive to the ways in which our symptoms may be trying to communicate with us. The therapist is a fellow traveler, but one who maintains a degree of objectivity necessary to engage the more subtle nuances of the Soul which manifests itself differently in each one of us. The therapist provides a safe, confidential, and supportive environment in which we may take risks in an attempt at self-discovery.
Depression
(210) 618-0042
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Angela Chapa, Counselor  in San Antonio
“As a therapist, I believe that counseling services are a means for those in need, to seek professional, impartial and nonjudgmental assistance in a safe and comfortable environment
Depression
(210) 807-8584
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Jessica Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A, MA
“The client population I work with varies from individual to group, and any modality in between. I assist in resolving issues ranging from depression, self, esteem, marital/relational, rehabilitation, life skills, anger management, and much more. I take children and adults, six years and above, from any ethnicity, religion or background. I also have experience with ex-offenders and those who truly wish to be successfully rehabilitated into society, helping to deal with the many challenges they now face. I am vested in helping those in the glbt community who believe they have no other place to turn.
Depression
(210) 960-9064
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Shalise M Schnitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and live a life that is worth celebrating. While we cant change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life.
Depression
(210) 767-2309
San Antonio, Texas 78258
KUADRA Consulting and Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in San Antonio
“If you are looking for help with overcoming crippling behavior patterns and emotional trauma, then consider giving me a call. I have years of experience working with individuals and families dealing a variety of difficult life issues. As the only certified Advanced Integrative Therapist in the State of Texas, I incorporate the best proven therapies that are effective in bringing about resolution to life's immediate issues. I will work with you to develop an assessment of the issue, identify the true origins of the problem, treat recurring behavior patterns and identify your path to living a balanced life.
Depression
(210) 625-7633
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Angelica Ramirez, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I am glad you have taken the first step in the healing process. I am dedicated to assisting you in your healing process using an eclectic approach that is unique to you and your needs. I am here to support, encourage, challenge and empower you to reach your goals. I will help you better understand how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors impact your outcomes. My goal is to help you improve satisfaction in your life and relationships. I will create a safe place that will allow you to restore peace and move you to wellness in your life.
Depression
(210) 714-2705
San Antonio, Texas 78218
Mary T. Torres, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I am here to help you with common concerns, such as depression, anxiety, work stress, relationship matters, and coping with grief or trauma. I can also serve as a sounding board if you are seeking new directions or sorting through spirituality issues. You may be someone who can benefit from counseling even in situations not covered by health insurance. You may simply need to take some time away from the rest of your busy life, with someone who is not directly involved, to sort through things, get a different perspective, obtain ideas, and receive support to work on changes.
Depression
(210) 764-6583
San Antonio, Texas 78240
La Tara Carter, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Change is what human development is all about-enormous, fantastic change. The most influential approaches to psychotherapy is psychoanalyisis and Client-centered therapy. Where problems arise from unhealthy interactions with others and could be alleviated in private between therapist and client. Together we can increase your ability to think, feel and learn new coping skills.
Depression
(210) 429-8162
San Antonio, Texas 78240
Maria Winsborough, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The clinical approach I use to counseling is targeted to attend my client's needs. My preference is the Psychodynamic approach where the client and I explore the origins of their psychological discomfort and use the insights to the healing process incorporating changes in the present. Some clients however come to counseling with a sense of urgency, a need to work objectively in a specific problem with the aim of a faster solution focused to their crisis, and in these cases I support and stay present with the client's needs.
Depression
(210) 321-9839
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Jonathan Hardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“In every life there are ups and downs, triumphs and tragedies. Sometimes life's challenges become too difficult to bear alone and reaching out for help--though not always easy to do--is the healthiest thing one can do. I work with people seeking emotional healing, solutions to complex difficulties, personal growth or healthier relationships. I also assist other professionals as a Board Certified Clinical Supervisor for social workers seeking their clinical license.
Depression
(210) 569-0353
San Antonio, Texas 78230
“I provide individual and couples therapy to older adolescents and adults. My approach to therapy mainly draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I have additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). While I tend to draw from CBT, I incorporate other styles and techniques to tailor each session to meet the needs of each person I work with. I believe the most important and healing aspect of therapy is the relationship that is created between myself and the person sitting across from me.
Depression
(214) 960-2373
San Antonio, Texas 78249
Linda Kappus, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Everyone experiences normal ups and downs throughout their lives. Sometimes, however, these episodes become more than we can handle alone. It is often not easy to ask for help but it can be the first step toward healthier functioning, improved relationships, and personal growth. Over the past 20 years I have helped many people navigate through life's challenges to lead more productive and fulfilling lives. Together, in a safe and supportive environment, we can uncover destructive patterns, identify strengths, and develop healthier ways of coping.
Depression
(210) 460-2872
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Jacqueline P Parsons, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Everyone experiences life's challenges. Not everyone needs a diagnosis when going through a solvable situation. Sometimes you just need to sit down with a counselor that respects and wants to work with you based on your strengths. Dr. Parsons knows how to negotiate complicated lives and help them to become successful and happy, based on both training and experience. Dr. Parsons is the mom of a special needs son, an active duty military enlisted member, 2 LGBT children, a combined family of 7 children (They're grown!), and spouse to a retired military officer. It's all about love!
Depression
(210) 881-7907
San Antonio, Texas 78230
John T Pichot, Psychiatrist  in San Antonio
“Dr. Pichot is located in Alamo Heights and is listed as a psychiatrist in San Antonio in the Best Doctors in America® database*. He is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. Dr. Pichot specializes in individual psychotherapy with or without medications related to the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and selected substance use disorders. His office is a 1920's home on Broadway just north of Austin Highway.
Depression
(210) 826-4466
San Antonio, Texas 78209
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