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Therapists in Pickens County

Kathy Chamlee, Pastoral Counselor  in Easley
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, SCLPC, SCLMFT
“Feeling comfortable with your therapist is one of the key ingredients toward health and healing. It is important that your therapist fully understands your concerns and goals. Acceptance, respect, and a spirit of collaboration are parts of the mix I bring to the work of problem solving, symptom reduction, and the restoration of relationships.
(864) 645-9540
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Virginia Colton, Counselor  in Clemson
“The longest journey begins with a small step taken by a brave person. I believe that each of us can create a life to be proud of. In my practice, I will be with you every step, cheering you on and providing you with the support to make meaningful strides towards your goals. If you are struggling with a difficult life transition, having problems at home, experiencing anxiety or depression, or just do not feel like yourself, please know there is hope. I offer you a safe place where you can just take a breath and reconnect with the special person you are.
(864) 613-4128
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Darlene Ann Levy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pickens
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, CP, MPA
“I offer an affirming, interactive, strength-based practice. My counseling approach is to provide support, unconditional acceptance, and genuine concern, to assist my clients in working through their interpersonal relationships, behavioral and emotional issues.
(864) 551-4490
Pickens, South Carolina 29671
Joe Ravan,   in Easley
“Challenges in our everyday lives and stressors from work, family, and illness can often hinder us from experiencing the joy that each of us desires. We all want to be able to perform well and enjoy happiness in our lives. Sometimes we need the support of others to help us resolve these issues. Developing solutions to help us manage our daily lives is an important first step in this process. It will be my privilege to walk with you through this journey and to provide a respectful and compassionate environment where safety and privacy is taken very seriously.
(864) 618-4064
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Garnett Conaway, Pastoral Counselor  in Easley
“For more than 30 years, I have been in the practice of counseling/psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families presenting with a wide range of life struggles. I approach my work with a respectful, accepting attitude; I listen carefully and aid people in identifying problems, clarifying emotions and thoughts, and discovering the strengths needed to address their concerns. My approach includes a deep respect for a person's faith/spirituality, as I consider it among the strengths a person, couple, or family might have to help with their healing.
(864) 641-4039 x16
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Brenda Kay Trent, Counselor  in Easley
“I named my practice "The Journey Home", because life sometimes leaves us with a heartfelt longing for home....that safe place within us that settles our mind and calms our fears. I offer help to women experiencing depression, anxiety, abuse, grief, personality disorders, emotional problems and mental illness. After raising three children who are now navigating independence and owning a specialty restaurant, life experiences and the desire to give back to the community offering emotional support to women and girls prompted a career change. As a Licensed Professional Counselor I am able to provide that support.
(864) 516-8903
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Alice M Keagy, Counselor  in Easley
“Choosing a counselor can be a scary decision. It may help to know how I can assist you with your life issues. I specialize in grief therpy, family therapy, adolescent issues, and families with children with chronic illness. I also work with many general topics, including life coaching, trauma, and adjustment problems. I direct therapy from a Psychodynamic approach, taking into consideration your whole life story, not just the present situation. I view family issues from a Family Systems construct, seeing the family as an action story, each person playing a part.
(864) 214-7860
Easley, South Carolina 29642
William M Frederick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Clemson
“Sometimes suffering can be part of learning and growing as an individual. Other times, however, when the suffering is a repeating, unhelpful, unproductive experience then it is most likely an emotional problem. I am here to help with persistent and discouraging emotional problems. I provide psychotherapy for adolescents, individuals, and couples. I help people suffering from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, parenting problems, adolescent challenges, and self worth problems.
(864) 396-2809
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
“Occasionally, you may experience struggles, difficulties, or a lost sense of direction in your life. I help clients address their emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs by offering a safe environment for them to find healing, hope, and restoration. Using Cognitive approaches clients learn effective ways to manage their life and to embrace change.
(864) 501-0014
Easley, South Carolina 29642
“Does anxiety keep you from enjoying your life? Are you adjusting to a life changing event such as grief , career changes, loss of a relationship? Do you want to have healthier relationships with your spouse, coworkers, friends or family? Are you ready to change yourself and accomplish personal goals to live a more fulfilling and meaningful life? If you answered yes to any of these questions counseling is the place to develop strategies and tools to meet life's challenges.
(864) 643-2355
Easley, South Carolina 29640
The Advanced Emotional Healing Institute,   in Central
“ARE YOU STILL SUFFERING? Have you tried talk therapy and medications that haven't worked and have dangerous side effects? You are not alone -- drugs and endless talking do NOT heal anyone. Go to your standard therapist--they all use the same talk therapy or drugs that hope to have you "functional." If you want to FULLY HEAL and ELIMINATE your symptoms of LOW SELF ESTEEM, depression, grief, panic attacks, fears & phobias, anxiety (including public speaking, testing), emotional traumas and PTSD, CALL TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY. Insurance is not accepted; although most clients with coverage are reimbursed.
(864) 832-0897
Central, South Carolina 29630
Stephen Eddie Talley, Counselor  in Easley
“Upstate Carolina Counseling Associates is committed to assist you and your family members to the goals resulting in the change you want to make.
(864) 618-0204
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Sandra Christine Lawson  in Easley
“I believe that when we overcome we should help others overcome their struggle. Some times our path and journeys become bogged down with life struggles and we need help to work on them.
(864) 412-0785
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Hope Threadgill, Counselor  in Clemson
“I help clients with relationship issues, PTSD, life stressors, and healhty life changes. My counseling approach emphasizes understanding first, and techniques second. I am existentially grounded. I believe clients have the ability to expand their self-awareness, develop confident self image, make healthy choices, create positive meaning and purpose in their life while being successful. I counsel clients to understand their uniqueness, value themselves, have healthy relationships, and find the courage to persist over adversity while positively shaping their own future.
(864) 613-4920
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Michele Davenport Eberhart, Counselor  in Clemson
“We all have difficult times in our lives, and our reactions and thoughts can lead to or exacerbate anxiety, depression, and other unhealthy disorders. I work with people from 10 years old and up, and I enjoy using cognitive behavioral therapy to help people deal with various problems in their lives. Changing our thoughts about what happens in our lives will change our feelings about our lives.
(864) 214-2709 x1
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Jake McKinney, Counselor  in Clemson
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, with 38 years of experience. My office is located on Lake Hartwell in downtown Clemson, in a comfortable, accessible, private environment. I work with individuals, couples, college students, adolescents, and children in treating issues such as anxiety, depression, anger management, smoking cessation, relationship difficulties, plus a number of other issues.
(864) 724-9950
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Mary S Cumming, Counselor  in Clemson
“Welcome to The Family Doctor - my three specialities are Marriage/Family Therapy, Addictions Therapy, and Divorce Mediation Services. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, couple conflicts, a child that needs help, an addiction or you need to have someone help you mediate your divorce, custody or visitation, please give us a call. We can find you a solution for your struggle. We also offer educational seminars such as Parenting -Discipline and Boundaries, Addiction in the Workplace, Couples Communication, or Understanding our Family of Origin. We work with individuals, couples, families or children of all ages.
(864) 840-8644 x3
Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Jeanne Malmgren  in Clemson
“By offering convenient weekend appointments, I try to make counseling accessible for everyone - even someone as busy as you! In the more relaxed atmosphere of your day off, you will be able to devote your full attention and energy to the important work we do together. The insights you discover during our sessions will have time to sink in. Which means that you'll get the most out of your investment in counseling.
(864) 642-4441
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Clemson, South Carolina 29631
Lynn Victory, Counselor  in Clemson
“For 25 years I have helped adults, teens and children struggling with food and body image concerns. Common problems include anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating, compulsive exercise, body image disturbances and sensory food aversions.
(864) 551-4297
Office is near:
Clemson, South Carolina 29634
Suntia Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clemson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“I specialize in helping individuals and couples who are going through a difficult time in their marriage due to infidelity, conflict or trust issues yet still love each other and want to stay together. I can help you rebuild trust, resolve ongoing marital issues, and feel closer and more connected. If the problems in your marriage has caused you and your partner to feeI distant, fight frequently, think of separating or divorcing, couples therapy is the right step to saving your relationship. What separates my services is that I ONLY specialize in relationships, nothing else.
(864) 200-2268
Office is near:
Clemson, South Carolina 29631

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Pickens County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Pickens County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Pickens County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Pickens County or family therapy in Pickens County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Pickens County, South Carolina, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.