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Medicaid Therapists in Montana (MT)

Annabelle Winne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with young adults and adolescents who are adjusting to college or high school, and may be having difficulties with ADHD, Aspergers/autism spectrum related issues, self-harm, anxiety, depression and/or body image. I also work with couples working on intimacy, sexuality and parenting issues; families with a child/adolescent struggling with ADHD, Aspergers, anxiety and/or depression; and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, Aspergers, parenting and/or PTSD. I am trained in EMDR.
Medicaid
(406) 948-0151
Missoula, Montana 59802
Rebecca Elizabeth Busch, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hamilton
“I enjoy working with people of diverse backgrounds and of all ages. In working with children, adolescents and up through adult ages I find success in working with people who are interested in working through traumatic experiences both recent or historical.
Medicaid
(406) 278-6470
Hamilton, Montana 59840
“I have offices in both Billings and Red Lodge. I am licensed as a professional counselor and as an addiction counselor. I am certified in EMDR by the EMDR International Association. I work with adults and older adolescents. I like to work by finding out how a person thinks and communicates. We can then look at what methods or styles of therapy would work for them. I consider each individual and try to connect them with the most advantageous treatment available.
Medicaid
(406) 944-0171
Billings, Montana 59101
Colleen M Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Does your heart hurt? Have you lost a loved one to death or divorce and your mourning feels unbearable? Grief and loss also comes from relocating, breaking up with a significant other, fired from a job, a broken friendship, a pet dying, abusive childhood, or substance abuse. Grief can feel heavy and numbing. You may feel anxiety, anger, depression and are isolating. Self-medicating through alcohol and drugs is common, too. Negative emotions are balled up and difficult to untangle alone. Do you want to move through the journey of grief into a place where it feels "more normal"?
Medicaid
(406) 646-2484
Karen Marie Lundgren, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I have over 25 years of experience helping children, youth, adults, and families to find improved health and well-being. It has been my experience that individuals do the best they can with the information they currently have; at times, however, people seek new information or a new point of view. I collaborate with people to plan a course of treatment that fits them best. I have found several evidence-based treatments to be the most helpful: EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar, trauma, PTSD, loss/grief, and attachment issues.
Medicaid
(406) 968-0234
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Erin E Saxer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Billings
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCPC
“Studies have shown when an individual is personally involved in setting their goals they tend to be more invested and ultimately more successful in achieving these. At Therapy Your Way, PLLC we believe in working with you in setting these goals. We want to take an equal part in your treatment planning process to help guide you to success.
Medicaid
(406) 530-6472
Billings, Montana 59102
Marilyn Murphy, Counselor  in Stevensville
“I have been working in the mental health field for 18 years, most recently moving from an agency setting into private practice. I use a strengths based, common sense approach to therapy and enjoy helping clients of all ages to develop new ways of coping with things. Choosing a therapist is an important decision whether you are looking for help with relationship issues, parenting challenges, ways to manage depression or anxiety, or dealing with everyday life issues.
Medicaid
(406) 961-7473
Stevensville, Montana 59870
Rainya Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Billings
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCPC
“I work with individuals, children, and families. I became a therapist to help people navigate through difficult experiences in life and to help make positive choices in order to live a healthier, happier life. I am commitment to helping my clients find solutions to real life issues. My areas of specialty include parenting education, anxiety and depression, oppositional and defiant behaviors, trauma, anger, and family therapy.
Medicaid
(406) 948-0063
Billings, Montana 59101
Kathleen Green Nelson, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families, with a goal of increasing their capacity to live more connected and meaningful lives. Often the ways we have learned to adapt to our world (or world view) are no longer effective or relevant. I seek to help clients create deeper awareness and insight into their motives, defenses, and desires. Together we explore patterns that contribute to struggles and dissonance in day to day life.
Medicaid
(406) 962-0309
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Laurie Thatcher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA, MSW
“I work with adolescents, individuals and couples. I believe the difficulties causing us pain are a potential path to freedom and health, if they can be listened to in ways that lead to learning and change. With over 15 years of diverse training, I have learned to listen to people in ways that can help them hear things they are not aware of that contributes to their struggles. Building a relationship of trust, we will discover how your internal and external world come together and influence what is troubling and discover pathways to openness and change.
Medicaid
(406) 365-1734
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Janet Schneider, Counselor  in Great Falls
“Through individual therapy, family counseling, or couples counseling I will give you information, tools and assistance you need to find relief from your pain and a solution to your difficulties. I have helped families, couples, and individual clients heal, grow, and change their lives. I work to enhance and expand people's ability to experience deeper connection with themselves and others. I believe in treating the whole person and not just mental health symptoms. Through therapy I help people in their desire to close the gap between where they are right now and where they want to be.
Medicaid
(406) 206-3940
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Marianne Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“I accept adolescents and adults who need help with processing traumatic life experiences or are currently experiencing difficulty with current life stressors. 's . My goal and focus in therapy is to promote the healing of trauma through enabling each individual's intuitive and organic ability to keep moving along and take control of their lives through nurturing and teaching skills in cognition, behavior, and emotional regulation. I am currently in training to become a Somatic Experiencing Practicioner which focuses on how the body can learn to regulate the nervous system and promote healing of traumatic experiences.
Medicaid
(406) 944-0175
Missoula, Montana 59801
Suzanne M Richards, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have 20 years experience providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families who are dealing with issues related to personal/relational growth, trauma, addiction and recovery, depression, anxiety, procrastination and motivation. I provide psychotherapy which is based on principles of mindfulness. I am a graduate of both the Hakomi and Sensorimotor Institutes which trains clinicians in the area of mindfulness based body centered psychotherapy. I am currently a certification candidate at the ToDo Institute where I study the practices of Morita, Naikan and Kaizen therapies. I am EMDR trained. In addition, I am trained in Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention.
Medicaid
(406) 623-9934
Missoula, Montana 59802
Stefan Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kalispell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I approach every client with concern for immediate difficulties and symptoms, but also believe that one of the central tasks of therapy is to gain self knowledge and understanding. Other important therapeutic outcomes might include acknowledging emotion, understanding avoidance, and identifying behavioral and relationship patterns. Research studies consistently demonstrate that focusing on relationships (past and present) increases the likelihood that therapeutic work will be effective.
Medicaid
(406) 445-0723
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Heidi Matlack-Larson, LCSW, LAC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Butte
“I have over ten years experience in working with adolescents and adults with mental health and addiction issues. I received my chemical dependency training at St. Patrick Hospital Addiction Treatment Program in Missoula, MT. I believe that the best therapist is one that you can feel comfortable with, not feel judgement from and believe in their competency to assist you. These are the goals that I strive to achieve in my practice.
Medicaid
(406) 848-0663
Butte, Montana 59701
Tawny Stark, Counselor  in Billings
“My name is Tawny Stark. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) located in Billings, Montana. I believe that people are capable of making changes in their life and that is why I do what I do. I approach counseling from a cognitive behavioral perspective which means that I help clients examine their thought processes and how those processes drive their behavior. I also believe that we all have the resources in ourselves to find solutions to our problems. I help clients improve their lives from a strength-based and solution-focused orientation.
Medicaid
(406) 365-1213
Billings, Montana 59102
Stacey De Witt, Counselor  in Missoula
“My focus is on helping people identify and explore what is important and meaningful to them, and to increase happiness and overall satisfaction in life. I offer a compassionate, caring, safe environment to explore thoughts and feelings and to work toward resolving issues that are creating a barrier to a healthier, happier life. I am open to exploring all aspects of the human experience, including spiritual, psychological, mental, and physical.
Medicaid
(406) 966-0487
Missoula, Montana 59801
Sarah J Webb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My intention with every family is to tune in. I'm not into being a "parenting expert." I've been trained by the best, read on parenting and child life, maintain wise mentors, but I've not met YOU. I'm proud to be a guide to families ready THRIVE. Each human has much to offer, but may not be utilizing the max potential of those gifts. I access neuroscience, child and family development, mindfulness, cultural wisdom, and attachment to support your family's growth. Your family's experience will be tailor made and chock-full of opportunity.
Medicaid
(406) 686-0112
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“You will find me to be client focused offering a safe, confidential place to address and work through your personal problems/issues. Clients find me easy to talk to and non-judgmental. You get to set your goals and pace for therapy. My 15 years of experience working with victims of abuse, adoptive families, depression, anxiety, grief, youth and children with behavioral and emotional problems, parenting issues, relationship problems, and too many other issues to list gives me vast resources to help you grow. It would be an honor to work with you.
Medicaid
(406) 365-1161 x1
Billings, Montana 59105
Molly Painschab, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I believe in asking "what happened to you?" vs. "what is wrong with you?". I have 7+ years of experience working with individuals in a therapeutic setting, volunteering on a crisis hotline, and facilitating groups. I am a National Certified Counselor and have experience with the Criminal Justice System, Probation/Parole, court ordered mandates, primary and secondary sexual assault survivors, chemical dependency, co-dependency, anxiety, depression, and more.
Medicaid
(406) 534-0229
Bozeman, Montana 59718

Medicaid Therapists
Are you looking for a Montana (MT) Medicaid Therapist? These Montana (MT) Therapists accept Medicaid insurance. They include Medicaid Therapists in Montana (MT), Medicaid psychologists and Medicaid counseling. Please check with A Montana (MT) Therapist who accepts Medicaid before confirming an appointment to ensure that you are eligible.

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

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