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Play Therapy Therapists in Tennessee (TN)

Deborah E Doineau, Psychologist  in Nashville
“My clientele consists of children, adolescents, and adults. I use a variety of approaches in working with my clients in an attempt to find the most efficacious approach to meet the particular client's needs. As a psychologist, I also perform psychological evaluations for diagnostic purposes. For example, I evaluate cognitive ability, learning disorders, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and many other issues. Finding oneself can be a daunting task in our complex society. I aspire to help my clients achieve self understanding, a sense of efficacy, and develop tools to assist them in navigating life's challenges on their own.
Play Therapy
(615) 745-1058
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Holman Andrea, Counselor  in Franklin
“I truly enjoy working with people of all ages and from all walks of life. It is an honor and privilege to journey alongside you as you share your story. I believe counseling can offer a place to heal from broken relationships and difficult life circumstances. My hope is to provide a safe and secure environment for you to explore your story and life experiences. To aid in this process I utilize a variety of approaches including, but not limited to, family systems, attachment based therapy, narrative therapy, expressive therapy, and play therapy for children.
Play Therapy
(706) 405-3527
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Kris Marowski, Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPCC, MHSP, NCC, RPT
“I offer caring, support, and encouragement to assist you in understanding and responding to life's difficulties and challenges. We all experience confusion, upset, or struggle at certain times during our lives. This is normal and expected. It enables us to learn and to grow stronger. As a professional counselor, I have the knowledge and training to guide you in using your strengths and skills to overcome what you are facing and move forward successfully.
Play Therapy
(615) 543-5940
Portland, Tennessee 37148
Tracy Steyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Rule, Family, Mediato
“Practice specialization is marital, divorce, and blended family orientations. Modalities utilized are designed for identifying issues related to effective communication, emotional triggers, and resolution of transgenerational family patterns.
Play Therapy
(615) 671-4163
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPCMHSP, LPSC
“I am fully qualified to work with both children and adults. I have over fifteen years of experience as a former school counselor working with children of all ages. I also worked as a community counselor for over ten years helping families stay together. I helped with parenting issues as well as behavior modification for children.
Play Therapy
(901) 244-5676
Memphis, Tennessee 38115
Connie Kinder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am passionate about walking with people who are struggling with difficult life circumstances and broken relationships. I specialize in supporting clients with anxiety, depression, traumatic experience, addictions, struggling marriages and relationships, difficult parenting and divorce adjustment. My life experience and background in education uniquely gift me to work with children, individuals, couples and families. I bring a comitment to help clients live with a growing sense of joy, peace and compassionate grace as they move toward living out of their true self.
Play Therapy
(615) 567-5582
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
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.
Play Therapy
(615) 239-1036
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Tony Rankin, Counselor  in Antioch
Counselor, MA, LPE
“There is a time in all our lives when it feels that nobody understands, somebody fails to listen, and we feel we have to figure it out by ourselves and that doesn't work either. Finding yourself in that desperate place is an appropriate time to tell your story to a therapist who desires to listen and help you understand where you've been and come along side you to assist you in knowing where you want to go. Courageously step toward the therapy process and embrace the hope that reminds you that you don't have to stay stuck or remain in the dark.
Play Therapy
(615) 219-1327
Antioch, Tennessee 37013
Heather Monson-James, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over the past 18 years I've been practicing psychotherapy in outpatient and inpatient settings. I began my career working with complex psychiatric cases and have evolved my practice to include a focus on wellness and prevention. This has given me the experience and exposure to work with a wide variety of problems facing us today. I work with individuals, couples, and families utilizing evidence-based treatment techniques in a manner that is tailored to each person's unique needs. In my practice, I employ a holistic approach in treatment to assist clients in addressing their problems from a balanced perspective.
Play Therapy
(423) 328-8432
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Elizabeth Larson, Counselor  in Franklin
“I provide professional counseling for children, teens, families & women. Life circumstances can be challenging. I believe that we manage stress and challenges the best way we know how, but in some cases our methods can actually make the problems worse. Counseling provides a safe place to work through difficulties and move towards the full and authentic life we desire. As your counselor, I am committed to working as hard as you do until we realize the desired changes for yourself, your child, or your family.
Play Therapy
(615) 326-5976
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Jenny Harmon  in Nashville
“My therapeutic approach is client-centered, integrative, and based on the needs of the client. I value the human-to-human connection as the most important component in the development of a safe and warm therapeutic relationship. I believe people have the capacity for change and are equipped with the inner resources to do so. My job is to help them become aware of that capacity. Albert Schweitzer wrote, "Each patient carries their own doctor inside them, we are at our best when we give the doctor who resides within each patient a chance to go to work."
Play Therapy
(615) 209-9232
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Randle Branch, Counselor  in Murfreesboro
“I see the most progress in clients that are active participants in planning for changes in their lives. I seek to guide clients in addressing not only the presenting symptoms but also the environments in which these challenges thrive. We will work together to find the most suitable plan for change that will fit your current needs. We will work to implement that plan in ways that are both attainable and sustainable. I have adjusted my office hours to accommodate the needs of my clients and can make convenient arrangements for most clients within the week.
Play Therapy
(615) 745-1126
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129
Kim Street, Counselor  in Franklin
“I specialize in working with children and adolescents who are experiencing trauma and behavioral problems. I work with children ages 2-18. I also work with the parents of children and adolescents to coach them on parenting strategies and troubleshoot issues within the family. I believe that more than ever today, children need as much support as possible to equip them to deal with any problems that they may be experiencing. I also want to help parents feel better able to handle the unique personalities of their children to allow them to enjoy their children to the fullest.
Play Therapy
(615) 745-3573
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Brianna Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RPT
“Has your child experienced a traumatic event? Does your teen need someone to talk to? Is your child or teen anxious and depressed? Have you adopted a child and want to foster attachment and bonding? Do you want to gain parenting skills in order to connect with your child or help regulate their behaviors? Therapy can provide a safe place to learn, grow and process difficulties your child and family may be facing. I am passionate about working with children, adolescents and their families to promote healing, growth and connection.
Play Therapy
(615) 247-5435 x5
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
“We do counseling a bit differently at Thriveworks Bristol. Our mission is to provide the most accessible, client-centered counseling available in the U.S. To that end, Thriveworks Bristol counselors have built a strong reputation for providing a gold-standard level of service. Listed below are just some of the benefits you will experience when you begin counseling or life coaching with Thriveworks Bristol. Empowering Care. We exist to offer a positive, empowering and life-enriching experience for our clients. Respectful Service. Clients are always treated with respect and sensitive care. Clients are never pressured or coerced into using our services.
Play Therapy
(423) 228-5061
Bristol, Tennessee 37620
Latonia Cox, Counselor  in Nashville
“Life can throw unexpected things in our direction and sometimes we need to find a safe place to work out those issues. My mission is to provide that place of healing and refuge for children, adults and families who are going through tough times. I have 5 years of clinical experience walking along side people who have experienced family violence, witnessed violent crime/traumas, survived abuse/sexual assault, abandonment/attachment issues, depression, anxiety, self esteem/awareness issues, divorce adjustment, children with behavioral issues, parenting issues, mild to moderate substance abuse issues and self injury behaviors.
Play Therapy
(615) 800-7871
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPE
“I work with children, adolescents, adults and couples / marriages. I provide a safe environment for them to do their emotional healing and learn to thrive rather than just survive. I love working with children as young as 3 years old and up using play therapy. Children communicate through their play. I see children who have anxiety, depression, history of sexual abuse, behavioral and anger issues. My focus in therapy is to accept them just where they are and to use whatever therapeutic techniques to help them to heal and improve the quality of their lives. I also teach parenting skills.
Play Therapy
(615) 281-5715
Nashville, Tennessee 37211
Cynthia H Moseley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with children, teens, and young adults with anxiety, mood, inattention, and frustration issues. Family and parenting therapy is typically included when needed with younger child/adolescent clients. I also provide marital/couples therapy, particularly with younger couples 35 and under.Progress is helped when the client is motivated and open to viewing issues from a new perspective, and willing to try new strategies to solve problems. We work to build empathy ,mindfulness, and a developmental understanding of the child, family, or oneself. Specific strategies may be used for anxiety or OCD, such as cognitive behavioral therapy or ACT.
Play Therapy
(901) 209-1396
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Kori Meyers  in Brentwood
“I consider it an honor to walk with my clients wherever they are in their journey, holding their stories with great care and compassion. My desire is to create a safe and sacred space in my office where clients can slow down, breathe, and be themselves without fear of judgment. I am comfortable sitting with clients in their story, whether it's in the midst of deep sadness, questioning, confusion, fear, or profound gladness. My passion is to help clients understand their hearts so they may know themselves more deeply and then can more fully live in relationship with others.
Play Therapy
(615) 745-3560
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
Tony A Halton, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSSW, LADAC
“I am a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor and have a Masters Degree in Social Work. I offer individual therapy, couples and family counseling in addition to group counseling for teenagers. I specialize in marriage/family therapy and anxiety disorders, domestic violence and substance abuse counseling. I have experience offering counseling to Military Families, premarital and divorce counseling. I work from a family ecosystem perspective, and accept a client's family relationships and social context as important resources in solving problems.The goal of therapy is always the successful resolution of problems deemed most important to the client.
Play Therapy
(615) 239-1135
Madison, Tennessee 37115
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Play Therapy Therapists
Generally for children ages 3 to 11, play therapy is a form of counseling that relies on play to help therapists communicate with children and understand their mental health. Because children develop cognitive skills before language skills, play is an effective way to understand a child. The therapist may observe a child playing with toys--such as playhouses and dolls--to understand the child's behavior and identify issues.

If you're looking for Play therapy in Tennessee (TN) or for a Tennessee (TN) Play therapist these professionals provide play therapy, play therapy children, child play therapy, play therapy for children, sandplay therapy, family play therapy and group play therapy. They include Play therapists, Play psychologists, Play psychotherapists and Play counselors.

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).