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Lesbian Issues Therapists in Saint Louis City County

Gary L Hirshberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who practices both individual and couples therapy. I have extensive experience working with client's from diverse backgrounds. My training as a social worker has given me the understanding of how both childhood and current life circumstances impact people. I work to assist client's in understanding how they deal with these problems. My goal is never to provide answers for people, but to help people to understand themselves so that they can function and operate independently of their conflicts and problems.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 238-8961 x2
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Jason Eccker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CRAADC
“As a social worker, my goal is to partner with my clients so that they may achieve their goals. I have a diverse background in treating trauma, addiction and mental health from a strengths-based perspective, and I have been successful in helping clients to integrate long-term solutions in their daily lives. I feel that my ability to create a strong therapeutic alliance with clients as one of my biggest strengths. For those suffering from PTSD/other past trauma, I offer EMDR therapy which continues to be researched as highly effective for individuals suffering from these conditions.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 696-6089
Saint Louis, Missouri 63118
Margaret Howard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LMSW
“Welcome! I'm not your typical Midwestern therapist. A little crunchy, a little counterculture, & *not* primarily using cognitive behavioral therapy. My office is a warm, safe, and gentle place, my approach one that combines dreams, play, neuroscience, chakra work, & mindfulness. I recognize body & mind are one, and trauma must be released from the body. I'm here to help you find ease, grow into your full self. Whether you want to heal from grief or trauma, enhance your relationships, explore your unconscious motivations, find your true path in life, or enrich your experience, I can walk that path with you.
Lesbian Issues
Annetta Sykes, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“My ideal client is an individual interested in a professional that can assist them in being better, having healthy relationships, and developing skills that can enhance their life and those they encounter. Depression, ADHD, Emotional Issues, Relationships, Character Education, Parental Skills
Lesbian Issues
(314) 219-1790
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Sarah E. Bollinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My clinical experience centers on the intersection of mental health and physical health. I have worked extensively in hospice care and in cancer centers in both New York, NY and St. Louis, MO, assisting with the process of illness, grief, and loss. I have also provided mental health counseling to clients at St. Francis of Assisi Counseling Center in New York City, focusing on issues related to spirituality and women's empowerment. I hold a Doctorate in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Missouri.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 287-5881
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Ryan Thomas Neace, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I'm best suited to help folks who are looking for a someone to just be human with, to experience all the joy and pain that goes with that. My hope is to be a source of insight, safety, and clarification. I've got experience with relationship/couples/marriage issues, teens, family struggles, and anxiety, depression, and addictions. I've also spent a good deal of time thinking through how sexual and spiritual issues impact all of the above. My heart and passion is to help people clarify the immense confusion which can arise when they enter their internal worlds.
Lesbian Issues
(877) 524-2643
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
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.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 827-6803
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
Kerne Counseling and Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
“"Life's storms can derail us, leaving unanswered questions. As a witness of Hurricane Katrina, Rita, and Gustav, I observed homes, families and communities vanish. As a clinician, no textbook or degree, could have afforded me with the skills needed. These "real life" lessons provide me with a unique perspective in guiding clients through inexplicable, often complex, life transitions. I relocated to St. Louis in 2008; successfully establishing my therapy and coaching practice after closing my practice doors in Louisiana. I am passionate in my belief that it is never too late to redefine and rediscover your life purpose and career from the ground up.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 488-2448
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
LGBT Counseling St. Louis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
“While I provide individual and relationship counseling for all people, my special interest is to support minority populations. My primary expertise is providing counseling and supportive services for the LGBT constituency. As human beings, we all struggle with feelings of not being good enough, important enough, lovable or able to love. These feelings embed themselves very early in life producing defense mechanisms that, although no longer needed, continue to operate below the surface; wreaking havoc on life, relationships and success! The battle is often a daily one; sometimes minute by minute. Don't suffer alone. Isolation is the enemy!
Lesbian Issues
(314) 561-9913
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
Ricky Lomax, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“My ideal client is one who believes in actively participating in the therapeutic process. I believe that the client has all of the tools necessary for healing they just need to be encouraged and empowered to use them. I have worked with a host of mental/emotional issues; Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Paranoid Schizophrenia, Major Depression and Conduct Disorder. I also work with individuals who have issues with their sexuality;including homosexuality, lesbianism and bisexual relationships. I have witnessed a lot of success with children who have ADHD. I have worked well with adults suffering from Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 720-6144
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Rachel Wethers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Providing in-home or online therapy/counseling/coaching! Bachelors in Social work, with a minor in Psychology. Masters in Social Work and Licensed Clinical Social Worker in both Illinois and Missouri. History of managing and providing therapy services in home, in school, community based, outpatient, and crisis settings. Enjoys developing and motivating the skills and specialties of individuals and professionals of all ages- from age 2 to 92 and those who best support them.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 441-7189
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
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.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 227-9167
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Mary Elise Taggart, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“After years of specializing in relational and sexual violence, my focus returned to my goal as a sex-positive therapist. While I focused on individuals experiencing relational trauma, I was also able to further develop my therapeutic skills in reclaiming sexuality, addressing questions and concerns about different experiences of gender, variance in relationships styles and alternative explorations of self and intimate relationships. Each of us possesses a unique and complex view of the world. The goal of therapy is to be able to claim our personal, sexual, relational, spiritual and political selves without shame, remorse or fear.
Lesbian Issues
(573) 340-3501
Saint Louis, Missouri 63139
Gary M Meier, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“As a Licensed Social Worker I offer professional counseling, support, direction, and guidance to individuals by assisting them in successfully solving complex social problems. I believe the best results to counseling integrates all aspects of the human person (body, mind and soul) in order to promote the psychological, social, behavioral and spiritual wellness of individuals. My specialized interest include LGBT issues, Spiritual Counseling and Addiction issues.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 720-8581
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
Chris Scarberry, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with experience working both as a therapist and doing community-based crisis intervention. I enjoy helping clients to maximize their potential by focusing upon their strengths and past successes. I believe that therapy is a cooperative endeavor that should assist the client in discovering his/her own abilities and coping strategies. I feel that most mental health concerns have developed over an extended period of time, and as such, require time to process in counseling. I relish the opportunity to support clients through trying situations and to help them to process grief.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 877-8381
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
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.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 514-4027
Saint Louis, Missouri 63139
Mary Randlett, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Randlett's clinical work encourages clients to identify past influences on how they manage feelings and relationships. These patterns are tied to current concerns and how to make changes. She keeps a family system overview, whether working with individuals or couples, while using techniques tailored to needs of clients. Interested in the entire lifespan, she values work with adults, adolescents and older adults. Dr. Randlett has broad experience with anxiety, depression, and most psychiatric problems. She is a licensed psychologist and clinical fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 394-8390
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Nigel B Darvell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC, ACSW
“I have been in private practice for over 20 years. I meet the client where they are at and more importantly assist them in where they want to be. I strive to help in the most professional and respectful way and value each and every opportunity to be in the lives of those who want to live the life they want. I believe there is nothing wrong with the individual but they are often striving for balance and harmony in their lives. All my clients want the same thing-Love and acceptance.
Lesbian Issues
(314) 488-2258
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Patricia Murrell,   in Saint Louis
“My focus is on the whole person: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. I am client centered and work with you to achieve your goals by empowering you. My methods are: hypnosis,regression,EFT (tapping) stress management, visualization, breathwork, goal setting, , gestalt, & Heartmath. I usually give homework. I work with crisis, trauma, sexual abuse, life changes, personal and spiritual growth, self esteem issues & relationship issues. I specialize in lesbian/ gay/ bisexual/transgender issues as well as other alternative lifestyles, including polygamous and others. My background is in mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS.
Lesbian Issues
(618) 319-4212
Saint Louis, Missouri 63156
Kay L Morrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“Most of us try to solve our problems with the help of our spouse, partners, family or friends. Sometimes that is not enough and we need help from someone outside of our support system. Someone not emotionally involved can provide an unbiased view of the situation and the path necessary to identify and reach your goals. I provide a warm and caring atmosphere where you will feel comfortable in relaying your problems and making healthy changes..
Lesbian Issues
(314) 403-1858
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

Lesbian Issues Therapists
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