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EMDR Therapists in South Carolina (SC)

“Our practice specializes in children, adolescents, and family counseling and in trauma and post traumatic stress disorder. I am a trained emdr counselor. We also see adults for individual counseling. I am a licensed professional doctoral level counselor and have been working in the field for 14 years. We treat behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, loss/grief, life transitional issues, bipolar disorder and family issues. I have years of work experience with military families as well. Our mission is to provide personalized service to help guide clients and heal from within.
EMDR
(843) 206-0143
Florence, South Carolina 29501
Gabrielle Chapman Leopard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spartanburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdS, LMFT
“I believe therapy is about empowering people to take control of their life, relationships and emotions. I help people live up to their full potential. I work best with women with stress and difficult pasts, parents searching for new ways of dealing with their kids and children with emotional or behavioral problems.
EMDR
(864) 513-1964
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306
Richard Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“Everybody comes to therapy to “get better.” In most cases, at least in the short run, they do – if only from the placebo effect. But when one’s symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD are a consequence of psychological trauma, talk therapy - which IS helpful for problem-solving, gaining new perspectives, sorting out relationship difficulties, etc. - rarely resolves them. Fortunately, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), both research and my own long experience with it show, DOES help resolve symptoms resulting from trauma – and often rapidly. After significant trauma work, people not infrequently report the experience has been life-changing.
EMDR
(215) 874-3853
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Genevieve Strickland, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spartanburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Ed, S, LMFT
“Taking steps to self-care is one of the hardest for people in our busy world and it takes courage to make an appointment for therapy. I want people to find a warm and accepting atmosphere in their very first visit with me. Don't let your self esteem, your relationship, or your happiness wait any longer. We have a short time on this earth, it's never too late to start on this path. I work with children, adults, and couples.
EMDR
(864) 551-4511
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306
Roxann A Hassett, Counselor  in Mount Pleasant
“As a counselor in private practice since 2000, I consider my true specialty to be helping people resolve the experiences that have laid the groundwork for their current difficulties. Whether a client presents with anxiety, depression, substance-related problems, complicated mourning, low self-esteem, or relationship stress, we work to resolve the underlying life experiences that contribute to these symptoms. This deep healing leads to growth and change, as well as to increased happiness, fulfillment, and effectiveness. I find it a privilege to assist my clients in healing and achieving their full potentials.
EMDR
(843) 375-6225
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Jean Cross, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pawleys Island
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“I work with people seeking to address certain behavioral patterns or negative emotions. Perhaps fear, anxiety or depression is promoting a sense of internal imprisonment, or an undisclosed experience with abuse, trauma and addiction elicits feelings of isolation. As history tends to repeat itself, substance abuse and other addictions can occur, posing material challenges to the healing process. By attentively listening to my clients and attuning myself to their conditions, I help them identify and utilize their strengths to implement the changes they desire. I aspire for every client to leave treatment empowered, after having attained a higher level of self-awareness and independence.
EMDR
(843) 606-1704
Pawleys Island, South Carolina 29585
Marley Jones Wolfe, Counselor  in Mauldin
“Who can really help me? I feel so lost and out of control! If this sounds like you it is time to get relief and find someone experienced. Marley has over 20 years experience in her field. She worked for the SC Dept. of Mental Health 7 years, program director for child and adolescents and families,received the Child and Adolescent award in 1998 for TriCounty MHC and in private practice since 2001. Reclaim your life and enrich it with healthy relationships with others and with a renewed way to nurture yourself.
EMDR
(864) 761-4651
Mauldin, South Carolina 29662
Healing Path Counseling- Ellen P. Mitchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“The journey to healing begins with a single step! For some of us this is a difficult, sad time of year. If you would like to feel better, your first step should be to contact me! Take that courageous first step toward feeling better call me for an appointment. I offer a compassionate listening ear and guidance on your path toward a more fulfilling, meaningful life!
EMDR
(803) 251-6633
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Catherine L Scott, Counselor  in Bluffton
“I have had the great opportunity to train and learn under some of the most distinguished mental health experts. I have also had an impressive work history, but as satisfying as this is there is absolutely nothing more satisfying than assisting a client in the resolution of the issues they bring to the therapeutic alliance. Consequently, my ideal client is one who allows me to join them in co-creating the goals necessary to resolve the presenting issues. Commitment is also fundamental to the process because without it, one will likely give up when confronted with the first roadblock.
EMDR
(864) 374-8779
Bluffton, South Carolina 29909
Coastal Recovery Center (MD, LPC, CACII), Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Myrtle Beach
“Coastal Recovery Center was established as a result of a recognized need for a non-profit private alternative to medical and counseling treatment of addictions (substance and behavior) and co-occurring disorders. Few places offer both medical treatment and counseling services on an outpatient basis all under one roof. We also realize that the patient is not the only suffering soul when there are difficulties in a person's life. The impact on family and loved ones is tremendous. We are family oriented in our approach, providing needs for the extended family, and include them in the therapeutic process.
EMDR
(843) 400-4096
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
Sandy Davidson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Goose Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP, CMC, CFIC
“Are you considering, going through, or recovering from divorce? Although I work with other issues, I specialize in helping people through the trauma of divorce, and co-creating a newly satisfying life after divorce. I strive to give you tools you can use for a lifetime. I treat relationship issues, anxiety/fears and depression. I am a trained family mediator and a Certified Mentor Coach. I work with blended families and step families. I offer family and individual divorce counseling, divorce coaching, and family mediation services. I apply an ecclectic theraputic approach grounded in positive psychology and the science of change.
EMDR
(843) 580-2612
Goose Creek, South Carolina 29445
David John Berndt, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Charleston
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, when I was on the faculty at the University of Chicago Department of Psychiatry, I published or presented over 80 papers on psychology-related topics. In my psychotherapy practice, located in downtown Charleston, SC, I draw on various techniques to help you find solutions that can work for you. I bring expertise and a fresh set of eyes; a therapist who can be there for you without any agenda. I have several evening and weekend appointments, and work with individuals, couples and families to help diagnose, understand and treat many problems.
EMDR
(843) 300-1915
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Tina C Outlaw Kennett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lamar
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, LISW-CP
“Looking for a different, more personal therapy experience, here it is !!! We work with you and your child/family to develop a plan together and see progress within 8 sessions. The country atmosphere is peaceful, and the location adds confidentiality of this farm location. Only 20 minutes or less from Florence, Hartsville, Darlington, Bishopville, Sumter and Camden. With 20 years experience as an Clinical Social Worker with children, adolescents and adults recovering from trauma,emotional or behavioral challenges with educational or work-related issues in schools, group homes, rural health care clinics and military facilities. Come experience the difference today !!
EMDR
(843) 256-2277
Lamar, South Carolina 29069
Mari Bloing-Hart, Counselor  in Lexington
“I understand how important emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual health are for each of us, and I am dedicated to the process and journey to see that this is accomplished to the best of my abilities. I have been a practicing therapist for over 30 years. I have a breadth of training and experience.I am ethical,promoting high professional standards. I am caring and thorough, with a significant amount of compassion. My style is somewhat straight-forward, and I tend to tell it like I see it, hoping to help people move forward in a positive, but short term way.
EMDR
(803) 596-0173
Lexington, South Carolina 29072
John Conway, Counselor  in Lexington
“In any life one can become stuck, suffering in confusion, lost in the pain of a failing relationship or endlessly trying to break free from a destructive cycle. If your troubles are too big to fix on your own, don't give up. There are reasonable solutions. There is hope. My name is John Conway, LPC. I will be your counselor. My clients report feeling truly understood for the first time in their lives; that they have renewed hope and enthusiasm. If this is what you are looking for, then let's get started. Please give me a call today.
EMDR
(803) 873-8332
Lexington, South Carolina 29072
Martha A Schein, Psychologist  in Beaufort
“My approach to therapy is to help you identify what you would like to change and the stressors you are currently facing. I have over 20 years experience working with adult, adolescent, and child clients and have developed methods which allow you to release unwanted feelings and find new perspectives and increased energy, often in just a few sessions. I have worked extensively with trauma victims, including PTSD. I also offer you the opportunity to do what I believe is the deepest therapy available, Inner Child Work, which addresses the root causes of most adult distress.
EMDR
(843) 491-5546
Beaufort, South Carolina 29907
Madora D Howell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“As a psychotherapist, I provide a safe, non-judgmental setting for someone to think out loud, process his/her feelings, and brainstorm options and possible solutions. The counseling process offers a trusting, respectful and supportive environment to explore issues, behavioral patterns, set realistic goals, and develop additional coping skills. I provide individual, couples/marital, and family therapy, and work with adults with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and other life transitions, relationship issues, step-family issues, difficulties in communication and conflict resolution as well as personal growth and development.
EMDR
(864) 298-8026
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Johnny Deloache, Counselor  in Murrells Inlet
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC, NCC, M-Div, CAC-P
“If you are depressed, anxious, worrisome,unhappy, stressed, sad, mad, frustrated, fearful, afraid, or feeling like you are at the end of your rope, I join you on your life's journey to show you how to experience more joy, satisfaction, contentment in your life. I will work with you to ameliorate the the discomfort and distress associated with past painful memories and experiences that prevent you from enjoying the present. The goal is for the rest of your life to be the best of your life.
EMDR
(843) 491-6405
Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576
Nicole Alexander, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment for you to sort through your concerns and gain insight into your experiences. I will work in collaboration with you to determine a treatment that best suits your needs and preferences. I am trained as a generalist and feel comfortable working with a wide range of concerns. Over the past 10 years, however, I have pursued specific training and experience in the area of eating disorders, to include working in a multilevel treatment program devoted to eating disorder recovery.
EMDR
(803) 591-9081
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Beth Zweigoron Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greer
“My purpose is to help you find release and relief from the worries, past injuries and present stressors that effect your health, relationships and performance. I listen carefully to help you define your problems and goals and offer a variety of personally targeted therapies to give you the tools to achieve a happier life.
EMDR
(864) 305-4797
Greer, South Carolina 29650

EMDR Therapists
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an information processing therapy that helps clients cope with trauma, addictions, and phobias. During this treatment, the patient focuses on a specific thought, image, emotion, or sensation while simultaneously watching the therapist's finger or baton move in front of his or her eyes. The client is told to recognize what comes up for him/her when thinking of an image; then the client is told to let it go while doing bilateral stimulation.

If you're looking for EMDR therapy in South Carolina (SC) or for a South Carolina (SC) EMDR therapist these professionals provide EMDR therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and EMDR treatment. They include EMDR therapists, EMDR psychologists, EMDR psychotherapists, and EMDR counselors.

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

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