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Depression Therapists in San Antonio

Alison Wynn Tierney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for a change? Does your relationship need help? Are you dealing with depression, loss or anxiety? I have over 10 years of experience helping adults, families and adolescents develop strengths, regain confidence and create brighter futures. I provide an environment of safety, privacy and acceptance where you can express your thoughts, feelings and experiences. I believe that depression and anxiety are major road blocks to success and the quality of an individual's life. Your not alone in this struggle and help is available. Start your journey today and call for a free phone consultation.
Depression
(210) 714-1641
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Virginia Celmer, Psychologist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, LCDC, CSAT, CMAT, CGP
“Within each of us is an inclination, a yearning, a desire to be happy, whole, holy. This dynamism may be called by various names including "my best self," "an unconscious drive to health," or the "Holy Spirit." Whatever this movement is named, I believe it is active and real in each of us. How we choose to respond to it is the product of our free will and becomes our individual responsibility. If, within the limits of my professional expertise, I might be of assistance to you in actualizing this potential, I would be honored to do so.
Depression
(210) 526-0479
San Antonio, Texas 78240
“Are you seeking therapy because you're ready for change? Did someone suggest you go to therapy? A willingess to look at yourself and your life is all that is needed. I work with individuals, couples, and families on understanding what is going on and addressing issues like communication, coping, stress, depression, and anxiety.
Depression
(210) 417-4785
San Antonio, Texas 78232
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
New Beginnings Christian Counseling Clinic, Counselor  in San Antonio
“New Beginnings offers a unique counseling program with a strong balance of clinical and spiritual care. Our program is deeply rooted in traditional Christian values and incorporates clear and proven biblically-based principles for living. A vital part of the New Beginnings' difference is centered around helping clients identify and develop a proper motivation for change in their lives which comes through a reliance upon Christ and what Scripture tells us. New Beginnings is committed to a high-quality, Christ-centered, biblically based philosophy of treatment. This includes complete assessment and evaluation services and a well rounded outpatient program.
Depression
(210) 714-1933
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Khadijat Quadri, Counselor  in San Antonio
“If you are looking for help with depression, PTSD, trauma, sexual abuse, domestic violence, compulsive disorders or anxiety, then consider giving me a call. I am the only therapist in Texas trained in the Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) approach. First developed by Asha Clinton PHD, AIT is effective in bringing about a holistic, body, mind and spirit healing. Because I use a body based energetic approach, healing is likely to occur more quickly than traditional approaches. People who experienced treatment using AIT indicate removal of post-traumatic emotion, physical sensation, belief, distorted fantasy and pathological behavior and reached a fuller state of presence and wholeness.
Depression
(210) 625-7633
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Scott E Persinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“26 years experience working with individuals & families, I strive to provide a high quality of care to all clients. Each person receives treatment they can afford, and from which they benefit greatly. Treatment is not a cold, judgmental counselor nodding their head, and uttering "I see, uh huh, or How does that makes you feel". An active, goal-oriented problem-focused discussion of direct relevance to one's everyday life is treatment that makes a difference. If you are not willing to seek help, do not like to laugh, or refuse to talk, trust me, I am NOT your guy!!
Depression
(210) 693-0380
San Antonio, Texas 78238
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
Virginia Gonzalez, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I completed my Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. Mary's University. I currently practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and provide support and guidance in a sensitive, empathetic, and nonjudgmental atmosphere. In counseling, I use a variety of approaches and expressive therapeutic techniques that best fit my client in order to help facilitate growth and work towards health and balance. Throughout the therapeutic process, we would work collaboratively to identify personal strengths and skills that can be used to enhance the ability to cope, diminish life difficulties, and find clarity.
Depression
(210) 978-0698
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Nancy A Logan, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I enjoy helping individuals find joy and purpose in life; helping learn to minimize self-defeating choices and patterns; learning to be relaxed and at peace; discovering ways to get along with others; forgiving self and/or others; and supporting someone with recovering from the difficulties that life can bring. I prefer to work to build upon strengths and to discover the possibilities that exist to improve situations and challenges.
Depression
(210) 255-2072
San Antonio, Texas 78255
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through extensive training with Virginia Satir, mother of family therapy, I learned, long ago, that all people come equipped with internal resources for growth. My goal: to help the people who come to me to become aware of those resources to actualize their unique self. Often, this involves our ferreting out wrong information, gathered while growing up. Generally, this "dated" information is transmitted from parents who, themselves, did not know any better. My intent is to create safe contexts in which a person may discover their strengths while learning how to cope with their perceived "weakness."
Depression
(210) 854-6644
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Gene Benedict Counseling, Counselor  in San Antonio
“In my practice, I enjoy working with individuals, couples or families that are looking for assistance with issues and concerns that they have not been able to resolve on their own. As we work together,it is my goal that they would have a desire to accept and explore possibilities that will help them facilate the changes that will give them the satisfacton, relief and freedom they hope for.
Depression
(210) 693-1696
San Antonio, Texas 78258
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 78230
Elizabeth Sullivan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSW
“Do you feel stuck? Is stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, or grief interfering with your happiness? You don't have to feel this way. I pride myself on my warmth, compassion, and genuine acceptance of my clients, just as they are. I enjoy working together with clients of all backgrounds, beliefs, orientations, and personal struggles and strive to create a peaceful and judgment-free space. My office is also open on Saturdays to work around your hectic work schedule.
Depression
(210) 585-4028
San Antonio, Texas 78216
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
Sonja Montgomery, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Would you like to become more positive and happier, rather than just reduce some of the negative symptoms of overall health? If so, please give me a call. Besides offering Positive Psychology and therapy, my specialty is in teaching people to reduce stress, anger, and other unpleasant emotions. I assist clients to cope with various issues, such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, loss, and more. I have helped couples and families with relationship issues and stood in as a mediator, when communication was breaking down. I love to help people find solutions to their problems, through guidance, education, exploration, and support.
Depression
(210) 390-1025
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Jayne Morgan-Kidd, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I love to work with adults who are motivated to make changes in their lives. Together we will create a safe place to explore personal life goals and address the problems that are in the way of achieving those goals. If your challenges have their origins in the past, I'll help you understand how current stressors may be connected to long-standing emotional struggles of the past. Using innovative techniques, I'll help you clear those blocks to personal growth and healing so that you can step into a more fulfilling future.
Depression
(210) 429-7210
San Antonio, Texas 78247
“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
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
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
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