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Grief Therapists in West Virginia (WV)
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Parkhill Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
“As a therapist, I use a holistic approach which takes into account a person's mental/psychological, physical, and spiritual self in the world. In the context of a therapeutic relationship, I can help you identify sources of resilience, increase self awareness, and explore areas of difficulty. I provide a safe, supportive environment in which you can find solutions that best suit your needs. Using an eclectic, humanistic approach I'll help you develop tools that empower you to make the changes you would like to see in your life.
Grief
(304) 470-4019
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25403
Margaret M Morton, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“My vision of therapy is meeting my clients as whole people who sometimes need a new perspective. At other times, a couple may need a third party to help them hear one another. Grieving children need to learn that their surviving loved ones are not going to abandon them. I have worked with all ages first as a special education teacher, later as a college counselor, and as a grief counselor with hospices. My life experiences enable me to meet you with an open mind. Through CBT and a mix of mindfulness and positive psychology, I help people reframe their thoughts.
Grief
(304) 676-7643
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25403
Mimi Fleury Mayfield, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“Using a positive, strengths-based approach, I provide counseling with respect and compassion to individuals and couples. I believe that counseling is a collaborative process of discovery and change, where strategies that include Cognitive/Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Insight therapies help people through life transitions. I believe that we all have the ability to grow and change through the process of therapy, and I value the opportunity to help you resolve issues and find ways to enhance and enrich your life.
Grief
(540) 412-3350
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Darlene Daneker, Counselor  in Huntington
“I believe that people are responsible for and capable of making their own decisions within the context of their environment. We are all controlled by our environment to a certain extent but we have more control that we realize. We always have freedom to choose. I believe that all behaviors are purposeful and that these behaviors are designed to meet our needs. At times, there are better ways to get our needs met which requires changing our behaviors. We are capable of learning new behaviors, of changing behaviors, and of eliminating behaviors that cause unhealthy ways of meeting needs.
Grief
(304) 840-0260
Huntington, West Virginia 25705
JoAnn E. Sheffield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, Supervi
“What drew me to become a therapist was a strong desire to help people who feel stuck in some aspect of their life. I realize that the thought of talking to someone about your most intimate life struggles can be a difficult one. As a therapist, I strive to foster a supportive, trusting, and caring relationship with my clients. It is my most sincere desire to help clients heal and learn how to deal with life's struggles. If you have a strong desire to change, I encourage you to contact me and let the journey begin today.
Grief
(301) 323-8660
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Marie F. Guedenet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, DCSW
“I help individuals and couples through life transitions. This can be a divorce, an illness, death or it can be retirement or a change such as moving to an unfamiliar place or children leaving home. You may also need to actively bring change in your life for a better health and greater quality.
Grief
(301) 852-5098
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
“I have continued my education to include marriage and family certification, NLP and hypnosis certification, and a fellow and diploma medical psychotherapist.
Grief
(304) 470-0951
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101
“As a therapist, I see my role as one of helping you change the things you want to change, teaching you some ways to do this and helping explore your life. Old ways can be changed, new ways can be learned. Looking at the way you think about you and your individual experiences, using methods such as CBT and alternative techniques, is part of my therapy work. I am not married to one particular style, but to what works and is effective for you as an individual. I work individually, with families or couples, and with children and teens. I am easy to talk to.
Grief
(304) 902-4294
Sutton, West Virginia 26601
Jennifer Young, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“As a therapist, my primary goal is to provide a supportive, nonjudgmental relationship to assist you in meeting your goals. Whether you are seeking therapy to heal past wounds or address current issues, my approach is a collaborative one, building upon your personal strengths and resilience. I provide individual, family, and/or couples therapy to address a variety of mental health symptoms, behavioral disorders, and relationship problems.
Grief
(304) 809-9859
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Megan E. Simms, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
“As a social worker it is important to me that my clients are comfortable, feel validated and empowered. I help clients to address their problems and/or goals according to their needs, values and beliefs. I use a strengths based perspective and want you to leave my office feeling refreshed, energized and determined as you have just taken a major step to improve your quality of life. I see the therapist/ client relationship as a collaboration and I look forward to working with you.
Grief
(304) 707-3321
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Hanno W Kirk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lewisburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, ACSW
“I help you identify and the solve the problem or issue that is keeping you from functioning at your best. We may use talk therapy and then if there are mood issues, like anxiety, depression or PTSD, I use EEG Neurofeedback to train your brain to self regulate itself back to optimum functioning. With children I start out with play therapy and then also let them do Neurofeedback. Years of clinical experience has shown that Neurofeedback works well with ADHD, impulse control disorders, autism spectrum disorders, or abuse trauma.
Grief
(304) 841-0721
Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
Marlena Pique, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My only agenda is to help you reach your personal goals. I help clients find practical solutions that work! I teach clients problem solving skills that they can apply to any problem or situation. Listening to your wants and needs as an individual or couple is my number one priority. Helping you reach your goal is my number one goal. As a Christian, I seek to bring the healing power of God's love to my clients, integrating scripture and prayer into sessions. I will help you find solutions, not focus on problems.
Grief
(681) 242-7651
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25404
Amy Burdette, Counselor  in Fairmont
“I have diverse experience in the field of counseling. This includes children, adolescents, teenagers, adults, as well as family and couples counseling. I feel that some of the most essential parts of counseling are education, awareness, and forming connections. The knowledge gained through counseling can lead to greater control over one's circumstances. Furthermore, in order to make connections, one must feel heard. When we feel heard, we feel understood, which enables the development of these connections and positive emotions. This leads to forming opportunities that can help us turn life's challenges into a journey.
Grief
(304) 809-9897
Fairmont, West Virginia 26554
Jean Sutton, Counselor  in Barboursville
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor trained in individual, marriage and family counseling. I have a desire to help people navigate their emotional lives, understand and appreciate their personal development, and discover their own power. This can mean confronting issues of depression, anxiety, identity, grief or relationship problems. In working one on one or with couples, I enjoy the opportunity to help people embrace who they are and offer tools to engage them in their own growth. Confidence, integrity, authenticity, and awareness in relationships at work and home are just a few of the results of this focused work.
Grief
(304) 451-3195
Barboursville, West Virginia 25504
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a License Independent Clinical Social Worker. I have been providing services for over 10 years. Are you like most and are trying to cope with stressful events in your life and feeling overwhelmed? You can learn how to deal with these stressful events and not allow these events to control your every waking moment. I have been helping others for the last 12 years by using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and am confident that you and I working together can help you cope with life events as well. Give me a call today for an appointment.
Grief
(304) 460-1397
Vienna, West Virginia 26105
Children In Balance, Counselor  in Morgantown
Counselor, MEd, LPC
“Children In Balance offers high quality counseling for children and adolescents. Our counselors have significant experience and training in working with children and their families. While approaching each person as an individual with their own positive characteristics and one-of-a-kind needs, our counselors offer effective therapeutic techniques that enhance progress. We offer a warm and inviting space where each child can safely explore their emotions and behaviors.
Grief
(304) 782-6663
Morgantown, West Virginia 26508
Leslie Dieter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charles Town
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Our first step is to develop a clear plan together. Identify strengths already in place, then share some new solutions and skills to facilitate improvement as quickly as possible. I've found in over two decades of helping that there is not one 'best' approach for all, so we'll draw from a variety of types of care. I'm practical, down to earth, holistically oriented. My interactive style provides support & guidance while carefully challenging beliefs that block meaningful change. I offer new perspectives to help unlock insights when needed. Evening appointments are available.
Grief
(540) 657-3317
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414
“Natural Resilience is built on the belief that each of us has what it takes to achieve balance in life and cultivate wellness. Natural Resilience offers integrative counseling services and focuses on developing a collaborative relationship with clients to help them achieve their goals in the realms of mind, body, and spirit. Our therapist's intuition and skills combined with your intention and attitude can create an optimal healing environment.
Grief
(304) 381-2211
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Dawn A Dillon, Counselor  in Morgantown
“I offer a safe, professional, non-judgmental environment and believe effective therapy is a collaborative effort by both the therapist and client. Whether it's short term therapy for adjustment or life stage issues, or longer term therapy for more persistent or complex issues, counseling can have a positive impact. I work with young adults, adults, and couples and have been practicing for over 15 years, with 11 of those years in private practice.
Grief
(817) 717-7082
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
“I am an artist and practicing License Professional Counselor and Bio-energetic Analyst. I have trained extensively in psychodynamic psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and analytic somatic psychotherapy and bio-energetics. A trained sculptor and painter, I also draw on the synergy of expressive arts and counseling. Working with individuals, couples and groups - my approach is somatic, existential, and influenced by Jungian ideas. I also work extensively with the Jungian practice of Active Imagination.
Grief
(304) 902-4279
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414

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