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Equine Therapy Therapists in Tennessee (TN)

Brookhaven Retreat, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Seymour
“Our mission at Brookhaven is underpinned by the belief that there is never addictive behavior without emotional breakage. Women need a multi track program which closes down the noises of life to hear the voice of their own interior person. Upon listening to their own inner voice with the assistance of a range of clinical professionals a clear identification process must begin. During this process the client must feel safe and aware of resources available to her in her growth and understand to remain safe she must plan for a life of emotional maintenance. A framework has to be understood and built offering freedom within that framework that allows the individualisticness of centeredness to exist and be felt within each woman. To have the most effect on a woman the program must be gender specific to create the freeness of speech that is necessary to emotional growth. All barriers that make successful treatment less effective must be removed. The needs of women - physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally - are different from those of men. Our holistic mental health and chemical dependence treatment programs specifically look at the needs of women and are constructed to be empowering and comprehensive.
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(865) 217-6462
Seymour, Tennessee 37865
Solace Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Chattanooga
“The Solace Clinic has been treating eating disorders and other emotional disorders since 2001. Our treatment program allows individuals to remain in their current environments while receiving 12 weeks of skills training that focuses on the development and enhancement of particular skills known to be deficient in those who experience significant emotional distress, resulting in disordered eating patterns or other destructive patterns. Our highly qualified staff with certifications in working with clients who suffer from disordered eating, low self esteem and emotional dysregulation use a compassionate team approach to helping individuals move toward full recovery, regain their sense of life purpose and meaning and take back their lives that have been hurt by unhealthy relationships with self and others. Our program allows individuals to remain in school or continue their jobs while spending 9 hours per week focusing on recovery.
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(423) 454-4812 x18
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
The Ranch, Treatment Facility  in Nunnelly
“Our experientially based program is designed to meet each person as an individual and provide a variety of ways to explore the feelings and behaviors that hold the individual hostage. We help each person move from "survive" to "thrive" by supporting each client and family member to meet their authentic self, and find new ways to embrace it. Our experience at The Ranch has taught us that our clients flourish best in an environment of support and respect where they can make healthy choices and are responsible for the consequences of those choices. The Ranch works with clients where they are in the process of change, addressing their individual needs and personal concerns.
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(866) 614-7577
Nunnelly, Tennessee 37137
Tapestry Eating Disorder Treatment Program, Treatment Facility  in Knoxville
“Tapestry is a licensed Residential and Partial Hospitalization Program providing comprehensive eating disorder treatment for women who are ready for change. Our home is nestled within the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, and we're convenient to many major metropolitan areas. We consider the many dramatic waterfalls, wide vistas, and pristine forests nearby to be an important aspect of your recovery program.
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(855) 396-2604
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Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Elk River Treatment Program, Treatment Facility  in Franklin
“The Elk River Treatment Program (ERTP) is located in north Alabama and serves boys and girls ages 12 - 18 from across the U.S. Often described as a Hospital without Walls, ERTP is an outdoor therapeutic program equipped with medical facilities and staff. ERTP provides clinically supported diagnostic, assessment and treatment services on a base campus which allows us to offer a year-round academic program. ERTP is accredited in Behavioral Health Care by The Joint Commission and is licensed by the Alabama Department of Youth Services. Typical residents present with a dual diagnosis of alcohol and/or substance abuse, and often include, but are not limited to: ADD/ADHD, ODD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, online gaming addiction, adoption/divorce/family issues, academic decline, learning differences, Autism Spectrum Disorder, negative peer relationships, and obesity. We use a Treatment Team approach, Individual Treatment Plans, Physician-Directed Medication Management, Process Groups, Equine Assisted Learning, and Individual, Group and Family Therapy. Therapeutic intervention facilitated by a professional staff halts maladaptive behaviors and assists teens in growing intellectually, emotionally, behaviorally, and spiritually. Our programs include the short-term Elk River Treatment Program, Elk River Transitional Program for advanced residents, and Healthy Lifestyles weight management.
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(866) 906-8336
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Franklin, Tennessee 37064
“Designed for struggling adolescents ages 10 to 17, Trails Carolina is a comprehensive therapeutic wilderness program set amid the tranquil North Carolina Mountains. Developed specifically to address the ";whole child, our proven methods and clinical therapies help change troubling behavior, guide adolescents up new paths of self-awareness, lead families toward reunification and healing, and re-engage students in an appreciation of academic challenge and learning. Adolescents today are continually exposed to a fast-paced world of school, home, and a variety of relationships with the expectation that they are prepared to internally motivate and self-regulate. Unfortunately, many adolescents navigate their environment through poor choices, dangerous behaviors, and negative acting out. These destructive choices sabotage their ability to achieve success while damaging family relationships. Through the integration of adventure-based activities, wilderness expeditions, experiential education, and academic coursework , adolescents are guided toward cultivating a more centralized sense of the whole self, an awareness of personal strengths and abilities, an acceptance and accountability of the full impact of their poor decisions, and the insight and tools needed to succeed through life's ongoing challenges.
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(828) 395-6356
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Knoxville, Tennessee 37922
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Robert R Jacobs, Psychologist  in Nashville
“Life can take turns that present difficult challenges. We experience those challenges in a number of different ways: difficulties adjusting to new circumstances, confusion in deciding on a career path, struggles in relationships, or coping with loss. Often we feel anxious, depressed, confused, or overwhelmed and need help dealing with feelings and problems that seem beyond our control. Help may come from friends, family members, or significant others, but in some cases help is needed from a trained professional. Therapy is a process that can help people identify more effective strategies both to cope with difficult situations and to achieve their goals.
(423) 408-8920
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Marilyn McCabe, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I am a licensed psychologist and health service provider in private practice and work with individuals, couples, groups, and families. I specialize in grief, traumatic experience, anxiety, depression, interpersonal problems, and also enjoy working with issues of creativity and optimal self development over the lifespan. I practice from an integrative perspective that includes psychoanalytic, humanistic, and phenomenological-experiential approaches. My book, The Paradox of Loss: Toward a Relational Theory of Grief, describes my nonlinear, non-pathologizing, and relational understanding of grief. I will be offering three new groups this Fall/Winter, two of which concern loss and grief.
(615) 239-1036
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
American Addiction Centers, William Young, Treatment Facility  in Hermitage
“American Addiction Centers is a national behavioral healthcare provider focused on addiction treatment and rehabilitation. Our staff, which includes expert drug addiction specialists, seasoned physicians and caring therapists, is dedicated to providing our patients with the absolute best, proven methods of treatment and rehabilitation. Our facilities, located across the country, offer unmatched integrated programs and services that honor mind, body and soul. Effective addiction recovery incorporates comprehensive treatment focused on uncovering and addressing the roots of addiction. Whether it's in our initial clinical assessments, medically supervised detox, residential rehabilitation or aftercare, our team is present for and committed to each step of the recovery process for every individual. We welcome you to explore American Addiction Centers, where you can find hope today.
(615) 489-8688
Hermitage, Tennessee 37076
Emily Hastings  in Franklin
“I specialize in issues stemming from divorce which includes depression, anxiety, parenting issues, self confidence, and searching for your identity. I am not the typical therapist that gives little guidance and reflects back what you just said. I will challenge you and ask tough questions that provoke thought. I am a pragmatic thinker, am directive and active in the therapeutic process...if you knew the answers you wouldn't be in therapy. Dissecting things that went wrong in childhood isn't going to provide the answers you need today, that help you succeed tomorrow.
(615) 603-3121
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Paige Holliman, Counselor  in Nashville
“My work is psychodynamically oriented, which means that I am interested in how early life and family of origin issues impact current life relationships and events. I work with both individuals and couples-- gay and straight. I have a general practice that includes people dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, low self-esteem, trauma, work related stress, sexual identity, religious issues, etc.
(615) 745-1211
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Chara Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
“At Chara Counseling we enjoy working with people of different ages, gender and background deal with the issues that are most important to them. We are believers that it is our job to offer a different perspective that will inspire and encourage hope as you continue to walk through life, engage in relationships and seek to become a whole individual. We take an eclectic approach to counseling, recognizing that each individual is unique and benefits from a variety of different therapeutic interventions. As we work together and learn more about you, we commit to providing the best service possible.
(615) 651-6557
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
John A. Cooper, Psychologist  in Memphis
“At this time I am not taking new patients. My role is to assist in solving personal problems by applying psychological knowledge in a concrete, down to earth manner. Psychotherapy combines respect and understanding to create an environment of safety in which people clarify thoughts and feelings so that they can find a good solution. Most often this involves helping you facilitate and utilize the resources you already have; rarely does it involve telling anyone what they need to or should do. I have experience in resolving issues of depression and anxiety, relationship problems, and work difficulties.
(901) 209-1934
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Dewaine Rice, Counselor  in Germantown
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, LPC, MHSP, NBCCH, (fellow
“As an experienced clinician and university professor, I bridge theory to practice in a pragmatic way. Interventions are customized to you and your individual needs. I provide clinical mental health counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Hypnotherapy is utilized effectively to address chronic pain management. I have extensive success treating persons with PTSD, phobias, panic attacks, and unwanted habits with both hypnotherapy and individual counseling. My unique background as a university professor, clinical mental health counselor, and national board certified clinical hypnotherapist (fellow) allows me to provide an eclectic approach to effective individualized interventions.
(901) 235-8824
Germantown, Tennessee 38138
Charles G Clabough, Psychologist  in Nashville
“My office is conveniently located near the Mall at Green Hills. I have been practicing as a licensed psychologist since 1991. I work primarily with adults, but also see some older adolescents. I see a wide range of presenting problems such as depression and anxiety disorders, existential issues, and life satisfaction concerns. I often work with couples and individuals on relationship issues, and addictions. I have been trained in humanistic, CBT and psychodynamic approaches, employing a combination of these three. I will be glad to answer any questions you might have about what you may expect during treatment.
(615) 745-1023
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Lawrence Wentworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a practicing psychotherapist for more than 30 years. I enjoy my work and am usually successful at helping clients achieve their therapy goals. Most of my clients tell me I am very easy to talk to and feel comfortable with quickly. I use a holistic and integrated approach considering all aspects of the individual-mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. My primary modality is cognitive-behavioral therapy, but I like to incorporate some of the latest methods for rapid symptom relief in my practice, in order to provide services with maximum benefits in as brief a time as possible.
(423) 402-0919
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
Julie Cummins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“You are struggling with life. Maybe you believe that you are "at fault." Your mind and body are interconnected, so when one part of you hurts, ALL of you hurts. I can teach you how to live a complete mental wellness life style through a mind-body-environment connection. Life shouldn't have to hurt all the time and be so difficult. I am specially trained to deal with all types of trauma. I will educate you about your particular struggle, treatment options, and help YOU decide how to achieve YOUR goals. This is all about YOU and YOUR needs.
(615) 323-0573
Portland, Tennessee 37148
Becky Lloyd, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Memphis
“Managing anxieties has proven to be a huge 21st century problem. Have you lost hope that your relationships will automatically get better? Do your desires to fix or take on others' responsibilities leave you stuck, compromising your own needs or desires? I am passionate about helping clients to overcome any negative feelings about themselves in a safe environment by building self esteem, communication skills, and accessing their values and strengths. After many years of being in this profession, I have learned that my clients are the experts of their own lives.
(901) 249-8090
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Melanie Rogers, Counselor  in Nashville
“Whether working with children, adolescents, or adults, my deepest passion is to help each individual discover, recover, and live fully from the heart. Working therapeutically with children, adolescents, families and young adults for over 12 years, I have a broad range of experiences in addressing the following presenting issues: family conflict and divorce, attachment issues, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, body image, self harm, relationship issues, sexuality, co-dependency and other identity issues. I believe that a safe and authentic relationship between client and therapist is the most powerful agent of change and healing.
(615) 913-4214
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Carol Ann Coyle, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“As a clinical psychologist by training and a Christian by grace, I have been blessed to provide individual, group, marital and family counseling for over 30 years in various settings including major medical centers, university counseling centers, and private outpatient practices. I prefer to work collaboratively with clients, ages 13 to adult, to address the biological, psychological, situational, and spiritual issues that underlie their depression, anxiety, grief, frustration or relationship distress. My current clients are confronting life transitions including betrayal, job dissatisfaction, mid-life confusion, divorce, and adjustment to college and other losses.
(865) 268-8859
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Tennessee (TN) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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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?
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