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Coping Skills Therapists in West Virginia (WV)

Lois Rebecca (Becky) McDonald, Psychiatric Nurse  in Charles Town
“My specialty is stress management using a holistic approach. I realize after working in the field of mental health that much of the anxiety/depression that clients are struggling with is related to stress, either from their past or present. Receiving professional care for physical problems is important as is care for spiritual (hopelessness) and mental problems. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families. Receiving professional help to communicate more effectively can be very helpful. My counseling approach includes cognitive behavioral, family and couples work. I enjoy teaching relaxation techniques (mindfulness) and helping clients with healthier lifestyle choices.
Coping Skills
(304) 809-9862
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, (WV), LCSW, (MD)
“Imagine an approach to life that embraces the belief that imperfection is a inevitable part of being human. My skills of assistance include reflective guidance, client education, and diverse activities which stem from initial and updated goals. I collaborate with clients to find what is effective and healthy, while considering the factors of influence and the resources for desired change. Every person's Life Story unfolds through chapters which combine personal experiences and universal needs. You needn't feel embarrassed about seeking assistance and support from a professional, especially when you reach from the familiar toward the yet to be.
Coping Skills
(304) 460-1223
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Crossroads Counseling & Consulting, Ltd., Counselor  in Alum Creek
“I enjoy working with individuals or couples looking for positive changes in their lives. I work from a solution focused approach with many different interventions available. One of my favorite interventions is using vision boards as a goal setting technique.
Coping Skills
(304) 564-6664
Alum Creek, West Virginia 25003
Megan E. Simms, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“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.
Coping Skills
(304) 707-3321
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Lee Ann Thill, Counselor  in Wheeling
“***Not accepting new clients*** I provide art therapy and counseling services for school-aged children, adolescents, young adults, and adults seeking help with issues related to physical health, illness & injury, mood & anxiety disorders, eating disorders, life transitions, childlessness, relationship issues, and LGBQ issues. For people with chronic and life-threatening medical conditions, common concerns are adjustment to new diagnosis, treatment changes, change in health status, depression, anxiety, body image issues, relationship issues & existential concerns. My expertise is working with individuals and families with diabetes.
Coping Skills
(215) 642-0882
Wheeling, West Virginia 26003
David M Schaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Parkersburg
“Are you living the life you want? It is so easy to be caught up in stress of day-to-day living and lose sight of the life you want to live. It doesn't have to be that way. You can make changes to get your life back on track or even decide to chart a new course. Talking to someone who has the knowledge and experience to help you find your way can make a huge difference. I have spent the last thirteen years I helping people live happier, more fulfilling lives. Give me a call today.
Coping Skills
(304) 553-7837
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26104
Brenda Hinkle, Psychologist  in Bridgeport
“I offer counseling services to couples, individuals, families, and young adults. I have been a psychologist with over 12 years of experience. I help you draw on your strengths, foster emotional resilience, and reshape your relationships to live more fulfilling. I will help you gain insight into your behavior, origins of your feelings, and break unhealthy habits.
Coping Skills
(304) 249-3547
Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330
Melanie B Rogers, Counselor  in Morgantown
“I enjoy working with individuals age 9 and older who are presenting with a variety of issues that include but are not limited to depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, relationship and adjustment issues, self-esteem, and women's issues. I have over 20 years of experience as a licensed counselor and I utilize the most effective and research supported treatment methods. I feel that it is very important to establish an effective therapeutic relationship with my patients as we work together to achieve their therapeutic goals.
Coping Skills
(304) 519-4030
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Robert Allen Wilson, Counselor  in Bruceton Mills
“I have spent the early years of my career focusing on substance use disorders and figuring out the best approach to treating this specific population. Treating Addiction is my passion and where my expertise lies. Throughout those early years, while focusing on addiction, I learned that to effectively treat addiction a therapist must be well rounded and prepared to treat underlying conditions as they arise. I have since expanded my practice to other conditions that effect a person's ability to function at their best, such as depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, and problems with personal growth.
Coping Skills
(304) 907-2673
Bruceton Mills, West Virginia 26525
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.
Coping Skills
(304) 809-9859
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Molly Straight, Psychologist  in Clarksburg
“I am a Licensed Psychologist who is committed to the needs and protection of my clients.I have been in practice for 14 years.
Coping Skills
(304) 400-6285
Clarksburg, West Virginia 26301
Michael David Clay, Counselor  in Huntington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, NCC, BCPC, CEAP, DAC, LPC
“A very practical and pragmatic approach to resolving life's emotional and relational issues.
Coping Skills
(304) 908-5482
Huntington, West Virginia 25701
Valerie Stansberry, MS, LPC, CRC, Counselor  in Morgantown
“Everyone goes through challenging situations in life and therapy can provide you with long lasting benefits with coping and managing difficult challenges. Let me help you develop a fresh perspective on a difficult problem to attain a better understanding of self, goals, and values in a relaxing, safe environment that encourages positive change for healing to begin. Please call for additional information and/or consultation about services. You can also view my website at www.ValerieStansberry.com. I look forward to hearing from you!
Coping Skills
(304) 907-0363
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Linda M Parkhill, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“My approach in counseling is somewhat holistic and eclectic. I believe a supportive counseling environment works to help a client achieve awareness, thus leading to healing and personal growth. My role is to help clients explore their emotional needs and provide feedback. Hopefully, the value will be realized in both behavioral and emotional changes. Under all circumstances, my mission is to treat the client with the utmost regard and honor the human condition as it is. During the initial visit I will try to pinpoint the "presenting" or main problem of the client and along with the client identify objectives for future sessions. Counseling hours are available most days at your convenience. Often clients are able to schedule an appointment with 24 hours of calling my office.
Coping Skills
(304) 462-9991
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25403
Matthew C Kellar, Counselor  in Barboursville
“I am a Licensed Psychologist. I provide therapy and assessment services to adults and adolescents. I specialize in treating concerns related to anxiety and depression, although I have experience treating individuals with a wide range of concerns. Whether you are having difficulty in your current situation or have a history of mental health concerns, therapy can get you back on your feet. Through a dialogue, we can work toward getting to the heart of your struggles and find ways for you to start feeling better.
Coping Skills
(304) 924-2375
Barboursville, West Virginia 25504
Pamela Hines Blue, Counselor  in Charleston
“Strength based (Empowerment) - mental health wellness counseling is an excellent way to transition through life adjustments for optimal happiness and productivity. There is no need to feel stigmatized in any way to work with a counselor. You will most likely find it a wonderful experience if in the right environment. I have worked in a variety of settings developing a broad and specialized mental health expertise. Client age preferably beginning at 17 and above.
Coping Skills
(304) 459-0452
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
Donna J Maciorowski, Counselor  in Charles Town
“Difficult problems and situations hurt! More importantly, hurt often lingers, even years after it happened. Past hurts can dramatically impact how we feel about ourselves, and how we feel about and interact with family members and friends today. No one can change the past, but we have the capacity to learn how past hurts can affect our current peace of mind and our relationships.
Coping Skills
(304) 944-0612
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414
Tammy Showell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lewisburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a Masters-level licensed social worker providing therapy and mental health counseling services within a solo private practice in downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia. A solo private practice enhances your treatment experience by providing individualized, confidential attention in a private, uncrowded waiting room with a select, limited number of clientele. This environment focuses on quality vs. quantity.
Coping Skills
(304) 745-2049
Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
Holly Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Morgantown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, AADC
“My goal is to offer a safe, confidential space where clients feel supported in their work toward positive change. I believe therapy is beneficial no matter the length of treatment or the issues addressed.
Coping Skills
(304) 362-6647
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Nadine (Joy) Kurland, Counselor  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, EdS, LPC, NCC, NCCMHC
“Everyone has issues. Sometimes, we get in our own way with inner barriers that keep us from finding the solutions we need to our personal problems. Perhaps, the past haunts us. Perhaps, we need new skills for the present. These are the kinds of problems people bring to counseling and that talking with someone is designed to help. I have over the past 30+ years worked with people to develop insight and to support their growth into a more loving and productive life. Through insight, skills training, and mind/body awareness, I help people to move into their best future.
Coping Skills
(304) 807-9982
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401

Coping Skills Therapists
With coping skills or coping mechanisms, we learn to overcome issues like stress, depression, anger or anxiety.

Pro-active coping involves dealing with a problem by using constructive coping activities such as planning, confrontation, self-control and restraint. Overuse of coping mechanisms, like avoiding problems or working obsessively, can exasperate the weakness.

Emotion based coping skills reduce symptoms by addressing our feelings e.g. discussing the issues, distraction, relaxation, reframing or humor can all help. But negative coping mechanisms, which tend to be impulsive, like denial, projection, rationalization, repression or wishful thinking can make the underlying problem worse.

Some coping methods are more like bad habits than constructive life skills e.g. drinking and drugs. Other examples might include skin biting, nail biting or hair pulling (trichotillomania).

If you find it hard to cope or are having trouble coping, Therapists in West Virginia (WV) can help develop constructive coping skills for children, coping skills for kids and life coping skills.

If you're looking for help with coping skills in West Virginia (WV) or for a West Virginia (WV) coping skills Therapist, these professionals provide coping strategies. They include West Virginia (WV) coping skills Therapists, coping skills psychologists, coping skills psychotherapists and coping skills counseling.

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

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