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Anxiety Therapists in San Antonio
Fears, Phobia

Kesha Brant  in San Antonio
“My passion is helping individuals develop a deeper understanding of who they are, where they've been, and where they want to be. As a nurturing and supportive therapist, I can provide you with a safe, relaxing environment where you can feel free to explore your inner thoughts & feelings and help you achieve the peace you are seeking. I can provide you with objective insight into your unique experiences, behaviors & interactions with others and help you discover your strengths to conquer any obstacle.
Anxiety
(210) 585-4069
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Merryl Feigin-Pfau, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“Dr. Feigin-Pfau has many years of teaching and clinical experience. She completed her PhD at the City University of New York Graduate School & University Center, received additional post-doctoral training in Counseling at Our Lady of the Lake University and completed an APA approved internship in Clinical Psychology at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC, now SAMMC), and further completed a fellowship that combined University Teaching at Texas State University and Health Psychology at BAMC. Dr. Feigin-Pfau welcomes clients dealing with a variety of concerns and offers a sliding scale fee arrangement if financial need is demonstrated.
Anxiety
(210) 978-0969
San Antonio, Texas 78213
Stacia Daniel, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I help active adults who have busy lives live free from anxiety and overwhelming fears. I specialize in helping them develop tools to have greater peace and contentment, create the lifestyle they desire, control their thinking, and move past guilt. I also help those touched by loss and the challenge of dealing with medical issues. I enjoy working with all faiths and can specifically provide Christian faith based counseling if desired.
Anxiety
(210) 209-8626
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Melissa Alvarado, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Sometimes we get stuck and overwhelmed, these times can become distressing and at times unmanageable. More often than not having an understanding of our thoughts and feelings can make things more manageable and allows individuals to flourish.
Anxiety
(210) 625-8521
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Jay Vargas-Zachary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I value your right to self-determination and will work closely with you to identify and clarify your goals. I will begin therapy where you are and move at a pace that you are comfortable with. This is not to say that there won't be times when I will challenge your thinking, offer new perspective and push for change, but I will always attempt to do so in a constructive, thoughtful and supportive manner.
Anxiety
(210) 585-2676
San Antonio, Texas 78218
Bettsie Elyn Specia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a genuine listener who engages others by getting to know them, while exploring needs and goals. I believe that problem-solving begins with discovery of our inner strengths which can be used to foster healing and growth. As one begins to identify these resources and learns to use them, she/he is empowered to make changes and gain understanding about self and others previously thought impossible. While work in therapy can be difficult at times, it does not always have to be "serious business". Many people do not know how to have fun and learning this skill is always healing.
Anxiety
(210) 255-2069
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Mary Walseth, Counselor  in San Antonio
“SATURDAY appointments now available! Counseling can be a marvelous way to assist you or a loved one to do better and feel better. Sometimes our coping skills fall short of our needs, and feeling like there are no more options can absolutely feel like hitting rock bottom. But there is hope. Someone does care. I have, myself, had many challenges in life and have, from time to time, sought help in counseling. Needing help does not mean you are weak: it means you are ready to find answers.
Anxiety
(210) 343-2098
San Antonio, Texas 78233
Laurita Putegnat LPC, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Offices serving San Antonio and Boerne, Texas. If you are considering therapy, you are probably encountering difficulties in your life that you cannot resolve on your own. Asking for help is a formidable step to WELL-being. Therapy is a form of education where we teach the skills for self sufficiency. Gaining self knowledge and skills to manage and thrive in life can be our collaborative goal.I offer sensitive, affordable therapy in a safe and non judgemental setting.My sessions with clients are individualized and practical.
Anxiety
(210) 255-2061
San Antonio, Texas 78247
Kozue Shibazaki, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“While serving as the director and staff psychologist for over 14 years at the Counseling Service at the University of Texas Health Science Center, I had the opportunity to work with individuals presenting with wide range of presenting issues. The decision to seek psychotherapy is one that takes much courage and can positively change the current path of your life. While largely influenced by cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and person-centered theories, I believe strongly in the need to tailor my interventions to meet the specific needs of my clients.
Anxiety
(210) 579-9889
San Antonio, Texas 78231
Jane D Carr, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“In working with clients I primarily work from a cognitive behavioral position. First I help the client define what they want to change. Once that is made clear, we then together examine any negative, irrational, and distorted thinking patterns and look for ways these patterns can be modified to become more positive and healthy. I expect a client to actively participate by doing homework between sessions to keep the focus on continued positive change.I enjoy working with clients engaged in significant life transitions such as career change, divorce, death of a significant other.
Anxiety
(210) 255-2081 x105
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, CGP
“I enjoy working with adults, preteens, children and families. I work with adults and children who have anxiety and depression issues. I have a special interest in working with adoptive families and children in relative/kinship placements. I have been trained in family systems and psychodynamic psychotherapy, but I integrate other models as best meet the needs of the client. My goal is to assist the client or family in utilizing their strengths to make life changes that will be positive and long lasting. I have excellent training and many years of excellent experience in my field. I look forward to working with you.
Anxiety
(210) 757-4160 x1002
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Deanna C Pappas, Counselor  in San Antonio
“My goal is to help you achieve positive mental health by building resiliency and achieving self awareness as you encounter life's changes and challenges.
Anxiety
(210) 321-9815
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Stacey Rubin, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Dr. Rubin is not currently taking new patients but please check back in January of 2015 - Dr. Stacey Rubin is a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst in private practice in San Antonio. She earned her M.A. at Boston College in Counseling Psychology in 1994 and her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision at St. Mary's University in San Antonio in 2005. Dr. Rubin completed her training in Contemporary Psychoanalysis at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York City in 2011. She specializes in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy with adolescents, adults, and couples.
Anxiety
(210) 832-9199
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Cody Villafana  in San Antonio
“I believe that the counseling process should be a team effort. As such, I am excited to work together with all of my clients to assist them in overcoming whatever issues they are dealing with. This includes helping to empower them to be able to overcome any similar issues in the future. I also know that counseling can sometimes be an intimidating process. As your counselor, I will put a conscious effort into creating a safe, welcoming therapeutic environment. I do not take insurance, however, with private pay there is less diagnostic material/labeling and more confidentiality.
Anxiety
(210) 762-6082
San Antonio, Texas 78201
Dedra D. Scow M.A.,L.P.C., Counselor  in San Antonio
“Welcome to your safe peaceful personal retreat. Your seat is waiting for you via overstuffed couch, comfy chair or perhaps you prefer a bean bag chair - kiddos love this! Lets face it..LIFE IS COMPLICATED! You and your family will benefit from my 20+ years of expertise. Psychotherapy has been proven to be one of the best ways to alleviate pain, reduce distress, regain motivation, and restore family functioning. My professional eclectic approach to therapy combines cognitive, behavioral, and solution-focused modalities to collaboratively tailor therapy to meet your family's specific needs.
Anxiety
(210) 862-7272
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Claire E Jacobs, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“Dr. Jacobs offers over 20 years of experience helping people achieve their personal goals. Patients describe Dr. Jacobs as a friendly, open-minded, optimistic and compassionate professional who provides constructive feedback in a supportive environment. She works with her patients to identify their personal strengths and to help patients learn to use these strengths to address the challenges they're facing and make desired changes in their lives. Dr. Jacobs' warm and relaxed style, together with her sense of humor, quickly put her patients at ease.
Anxiety
(210) 441-3012
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Sylvia Clemons, Counselor  in San Antonio
“With 30 years of experience in helping people, I have dealt with a vast array of problems, including depression & anxiety, panic disorders, childhood sexual abuse, chemical abuse & addiction, eating disorders, parenting issues, relationship problems, issues in marriage, pre-marriage & divorce. This wide range of experience allows me to effectively assess needs, develop & apply strategies for addressing them with a brief, solution focused emphasis. I encourage people to attend to & address the emotional, physical & spiritual aspects of existence in order to develop a more satisfying & nurturing life experience.
Anxiety
(210) 343-5151
San Antonio, Texas 78249
Marissa N. Garcia  in San Antonio
“Challenges in life carry the potential to be portals to your inner strength. If you're feeling the oppression of unresolved trauma, fear, shame, guilt, anger, envy, discouragement, depression, anxiety or any other circumstances preventing you from living life on your terms, then consider a non-traditional approach to counseling. I am fully present with you in each session and will identify patterns and meaningful experiences in your life that may have been overlooked.
Anxiety
(210) 390-1386
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Julie Gowen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Looking to connect mind, body, and spirit in your personal life and relationships? Then you’ve come to the right place. My ideal client is one who is ready to make positive changes in his/her life and will work collaboratively to achieve stated goals. I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Areas of interest include adolescent therapy and premarital counseling.
Anxiety
(210) 853-0322
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Lisa Pinkstaff  in San Antonio
“I am experienced in working with military (active duty and veterans). Being a spouse of an US Army Recon (CIB) veteran with PTSD, I have been able to identify and treat military and civilian trauma and anxiety. . Domestic Violence is another specialization. I have experience with both male and female abused clients and will work with you to find peace in your life. Abuse victims do have choices and they can work through issues. Military spouses, especially, feel they have no one to help. I also work with those suffering with pet grief issues. Individual or group therapy available.
Anxiety
(210) 775-6337
San Antonio, Texas 78247
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