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Hypnotherapy Therapists in West Virginia (WV)

“"We are living in an exciting and challenging time in history. I believe it is our divine right to be healthy, happy and prosperous. I believe in the mind, body connection and in a holistic approach to treatment. Research shows that the most effective treatment includes a combination of therapy and medication. Of course that does not pertain to every case. I make every effort to keep up with the most recent treatment modalities in order to enhance my therapeutic approach."
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(304) 553-0994
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26104
Encouraging Words Counseling Center, Counselor  in Lewisburg
“Terry Lusher, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of West Virginia. He started Encouraging Words, Inc. along with his wife Deborah in 1996. As a Vietnam veteran, he is able to relate to survivor and trauma recovery issues. Terry brings a wealth of professional skills and personal experiences to his therapeutic relationships. He spent about twenty years working with emotionally and behaviorally disturbed adolescents in treatment programs in Texas, Oklahoma, North Carolina and West Virginia.
Hypnotherapy
(304) 932-4529
Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
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“I have continued my education to include marriage and family certification, NLP and hypnosis certification, and a fellow and diploma medical psychotherapist.
(304) 470-0951
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101
“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.
(304) 902-4279
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414
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.
(304) 809-9859
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
“As a native of Mercer County with over three decades of experience, I stand ready to help you with your most difficult life issues. Together you and I can tackle depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, anger management. family conflict, and parenting dilemmas. I would be honored to partner with you in your journey for improved mental and emotional health.
(304) 451-0144
Princeton, West Virginia 24740
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.
(304) 470-4019
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25403
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.
(304) 809-9897
Fairmont, West Virginia 26554
William P Hall III, Psychologist  in Hurricane
“I am Willian"Perry" Hall. As a licensed psychologist, I offer individuals, couples and families psychological evaluation and treatment for difficulties and/or disturbances of mood, behavior and thought. Whether one is experiencing problems with anger, depression, nervousness, relationships, school/work performance, substance abuse, or several other common issues, I follow an individualized evaluation with aggressive efforts to efficiently resolve one's distress in a personally meaningful way. Ongoing maintenance, personal growth/development and utilization of available resources are then encouraged to support therapeutic progress and prevent relapse.
(304) 553-0786
Hurricane, West Virginia 25526
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.
(304) 459-0452
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
Family & Marital Counseling Center, Inc.,   in Weston
“Family & Marital Counseling Center offers the expertise of seven professional counselors and psychologists at two seperate locations. Our mission is to strive to be an outstanding private practice providing theraputic care and treatment of the highest standard, searching for new knowledge to promote mental health. As life changes, Family and Marital Counseling Center, Inc.'s clinicians are prepared to help you every step of the way.
(304) 269-3923
Weston, West Virginia 26452
Neurofeedback in Shepherdstown, Counselor  in Shepherdstown
“If you are struggling with PTSD, ADHD, sleep, addictions, migraines or learning difficulties, there is hope for relief and restoration with neurofeedback. Many studies show good outcomes in these area with neurofeedback training. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics listed neurofeedback as "Evidence-based Psychosocial Intervention Level 1-Best Support" for ADHD. Additional neurofeedback research is compiled at www.brainpaint.org. Insurance coverage of this cutting, edge training is mixed. To clarify if your insurance may cover these services, contact them and ask about CPT code 90876 and 90901and request which diagnoses for neurofeedback are covered.
(304) 564-6076
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
Kayla Mullin, Counselor  in Morgantown
“Becoming a counselor has been my goal since I was 15 years old, and I've been fortunate to experience counseling in multiple settings. Through this, I've come to recognize that everyone's journey is different and cookie cutter treatment isn't the answer. I choose a multi-dimensional approach with my clients, focusing on their strengths and their personal goals, then finding a theoretical framework that works best to meet their needs. Though I am still relatively new to professional counseling, I am experienced in treating anxiety, depression, and addiction issues.
(304) 470-4284
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Paul Andrew Dunn, Psychologist  in Parkersburg
“I am a neuropsychologist, I deal with how the brain affects your daily functioning. If you have a problem with how your brain is functioning, it is possible to change the way your brain functions. If a stroke victim, for example, experiences damage to the speech areas of the brain, there are ways to train surrounding areas of brain tissue, or areas in the opposite hemisphere, to take over speech functions. The brain has enormous ability to change the way it carries out functions such as hearing, seeing, moving, and speaking.
(304) 574-8876
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26105
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.
(304) 451-3195
Barboursville, West Virginia 25504
Women In Balance, Counseling Services, Counselor  in Morgantown
“Past and present clients agree that we are highly effective at guiding individuals to a content and peaceful life. Our ability to recognize each person as an individual with their own life purpose with positive qualities creates a trusting relationship! We provide a relaxing environment where each person can safely explore challenges while learning skills that will bring confidence and satisfaction to the mind, body and soul. Whether you are experiencing significant emotional pain or minor daily stressors, we are here for you and are confident that we can assist you in living a fulfilling and purposeful life!
(304) 241-1097
Morgantown, West Virginia 26508
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.
(817) 717-7082
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
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.
(304) 519-4030
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Leah Graham, Counselor  in Ranson
“I work with individuals, couples and families, providing guidance, education and support to find their own way to meet life challenges. Together, we explore patterns and beliefs that interfere with creativity and growth in a safe, supportive and confidential counseling relationship. I am both counselor and coach-assisting people in creating happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.
(304) 820-7560
Ranson, West Virginia 25438
Kanawha Pastoral Counseling Center, Counselor  in Charleston
“Kanawha Pastoral Counseling has eight licensed counselors who are well trained in a number of different kinds of counseling. We do our best to match you and your goals with the counselor who will be the best fit for you. Our counselors are known for being positive, open, accepting, and available. In 2014, KPCC was awarded 2014 - 2015 Counseling Center of the Year by the WV Counseling Association.
(304) 519-0960
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
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Hypnotherapy Therapists
Hypnotherapy focuses on hypnosis, the Greek term for sleep. The practice uses exercises that relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like analysis, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease. Working with memories, hypnotherapy helps a person to reframe, relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs healthier associations with a person's past events. Dealing with a wide range of conditions (and pain), people become responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development through hypnotherapy.

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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).