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Therapists in Fairhope

David S Kantra, Psychologist  in Fairhope
“As a practical, interactive, solution focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. Blending conventional and alternatives approaches, I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client. I work with each client to help them build on their strengths to identify and achieve life goals.
(251) 268-9994
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Stephanie Wright Williamson, Counselor  in Fairhope
“Parents, ever feel like you could use some extra support making decisions and raising children? I am here for you. Helping families support each other where everyone feels validated, is my joy. Individuals, parents, adults, teens and kids.
(251) 202-4573
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Augusta F Kantra, Counselor  in Fairhope
“I love working with motivated people who are ready to take a bold and compassionate look at their patterns - behavioral and emotional. I feel that people need help uncovering their own resources and that personal empowerment is the key to living more fully. Being out of "balance," whether that's behaviorally, emotionally, or spiritually, causes tremendous distress. My main goal in treatment is to help my client restore balance, thereby creating the opportunity to develop healthy, mindful choices in all areas of life.
(251) 219-0218
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Chris Murphree, Psychologist  in Fairhope
“I specialize in providing psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children and adolescents. These evaluations are designed to assist with problem identification, clarifying diagnosis, and generating treatment recommendations. The types of evaluations offered include: ADHD, learning difficulties, depression, anxiety, PTSD, abuse/trauma reactions, disruptive behavior disorders and autism spectrum disorders
(251) 732-2099
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
“I am a clinical psychologist. I work with children, adolescents and adults in individual, couples and family therapy. I have over 20 years of experience in the field of psychology. I offer a confidential, accepting milieu in which my clients can work to identify issues, resolve conflicts, change patterns of thinking and styles of behavior that may contribute to their dissatisfactions in life. Psychotherapy is a process in which we work together to gain insight into who you are and we develop systems of change to help you create a more personally fulfilling life.
(251) 829-7551
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Lauren K Mason, Psychologist  in Fairhope
“I created the Mind Spa in the spirit of providing an accepting and encouraging environment where anyone can achieve a higher degree of mental fitness. Mental fitness is a lifestyle that reflects an ability to approach life's rewards and challenges in a balanced, secure manner, while maintaining a generally positive outlook. Here, adults, children, and families acquire skills to create for themselves a general sense of well-being that can be self-implemented long after treatment has ended. For more information, please visit www.mymindspa.net
(251) 206-6793
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Julie Taylor, Counselor  in Fairhope
“You have taken the first step to improving things for yourself and your family! Through psychotherapy I would like to help you develop the tools necessary to maintain healthy relationships in your life. I am a licensed counselor as well as a play therapist and also have extensive training in working with children, adolescents, and adults suffering from mood disorders, divorce adjustment, learning disabilities and behavioral problems.
(251) 732-4865
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Beverly B Steinhauer, Counselor  in Fairhope
“Life is a journey that sometimes requires assistance whether you are struggling with everyday problems or more complex issues. Your choice of therapist is important. With over thirty years of experience in nursing and counseling, my approach is holistic, working with each client to give them hope while bolstering their self-esteem and strengthening their ties with a supportive network. This is accomplished in a safe, confidential atmosphere of mutual respect, fostering sensitivity and understanding.
(251) 732-2596
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Barbara Adams, Counselor  in Fairhope
“I offer professional therapy services in your preferred space. Like bringing a nourishing meal to one in need, I believe healing is better achieved in an atmosphere of familiarity and trust, whether in your home or under an umbrella on the beach. Based on the Eastern Shore, I bring over 25 years of experience to your counseling needs. Focus areas include transitioning through life challenges, parenting, anxiety, depression, stress management, child/play therapy and media addictions. Together, we can create a plan to help you move forward with your personal goals.
(251) 973-6015
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Hiram Keith Johnson, Counselor  in Fairhope
“Hiram has over 21 years of clinical and/or Christian counseling experience in helping people in need throughout the Mobile/Eastern Shore area. It's important to promote one's recovery in a safe, secure, and encouraging atmosphere of support. Deciding to enter the delicate and sensitive process of counseling takes a great deal of courage. Hiram passionately desires to help people overcome their various issues i.e mending relationships and/or ending harmful behaviors. Counseling is a series of bold steps in overcoming or managing life's numerous painful and often unfair challenges.
(251) 216-1351
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Katie Penry, Psychologist  in Fairhope
“Congratulations - you have made the first step on what can be a very rewarding pilgrimage toward health, wholeness, and growth. I am a psychodynamically oriented psychologist, trained to work with a broad spectrum of disorders. I am dedicated to improving my work, and stay actively involved in several academic and professional societies. No matter if you are an individual, a couple, a business, or a group, it takes a lot of courage to seek psychological services, and I applaud your effort. I hope that we will soon meet.
(251) 418-4836
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Kay Bush Sorrells, Counselor  in Fairhope
“I want to help you just where you are. When you walk in my door, our journey begins. I am absolutely passionate about people! I want you to be successful in your personal life as well as your professional/ business life. We will begin with your current symptoms, dysfunctions, or just plain unhappiness. 98% of the time we are the walking wounded trying to function as if we are "fine" and nothing is "bothering me". This state of constant repression of our emotions will cause anxiety, depression, physical illness, phobias, and eventually an event will happen that leads to emotional crisis....the proverbial last straw.
(251) 317-0014
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Cindy Hatcher Warren, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fairhope
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, AL, MFT, Assoc, MLAP
“It seems that hearing what your partner meant to say is a difficult skill to master. However, learning to say what you intend to be heard is even more difficult. Imagine what it would be like if your partner, family or friends heard ONLY what you meant. Imagine if messages were delivered in such a way that no one took things the wrong way. I teach communication skills to couples, families and individuals and employers. Improvements in communication is the foundation for improving relationships.
(251) 219-0121
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Robyn Koser, Counselor  in Fairhope
“I want to help you with the difficulties, changes or just plain ups and downs of life. I can help whether your struggles are emotional or physical. I am a licensed counselor with experience working with adults, older or younger, caregivers, adolescents and older children. I believe strongly in the relationship formed with each client. I use primarily Cognitive Behavioral techniques. I have specific experience in chronic mental and physical illness, depression, anxiety, anger, bi-polar, adjustment problems, ADHD/ADD, parenting issues, Hospice caregiver care, and grief. Together, with hard work, we can work for positive changes in your life.
(251) 259-4052
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Ashley Cassity Simpson, Counselor  in Fairhope
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, ACRPS, ADC, ICADC, SAP
“I specialize in Addictive Disorders and Marriage / Family Counseling. I feel I am able to relate to my patients on a personal level. I have survived, grown and thrived many obstacles in my life. For this very reason, I believe God has called me to use my skills and experiences to help others. I have a solid professional and educational background beyond just personal experience. Iam eclectic in my therapy approach so each patient has an individualized treatment plan specific to their needs. I am proud to be associated with other skilled and reputable clinicians as part of Professional Counseling Associates.
(251) 732-2089
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Patricia Keoughan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fairhope
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, DWF-C
“Is your relationship in trouble? Signs that is might be are criticism, contempt, defensiveness and stonewalling. Taking the first step to ask for help is difficult. I intend to make it easier. CALL: I'll speak with you personally, answer questions and do a preliminary interview. DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE. Using best practice guidelines, we will work together to develop useful goals, objectives and solutions for your particular concerns. My approach is collaborative-- you and I work together to develop useful solutions. My work is supported by sound research and 25+ years of experience.
(251) 581-7331
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
John Samuel Marshall, Counselor  in Fairhope
“ALL of us (Especially Todays Veterans) have had Experiences or been in Circumstances that can cause over-whelming Emotional Problems: Nightmares, Feelings of Impending Doom, Intense Nervousness and Depression which can leave us feeling out of control... Counseling is a good first step to begin to heal. I offer Assessment and Counseling to address: Personal - Family - Marital 'Life's' Issues and 'Veteran's' Issues (Primarily those that resulted in 'PTSD.'). I will help and encourage you in telling your 'story'. 'Living in-to the events' that caused your distress is essential for you to be able to move on.
(251) 345-6173
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Fairhope, Alabama 36533
Linda I Colclough, Counselor  in Fairhope
“Therapist Linda Colclough was recently featured in Mobile Bay Magazine and quoted as saying,"My goal is to provide guidance, to respect clients and to walk with them in their journey. I want to help them turn the prism just enough so that they see a new facet of themselves; one that adds personal empowerment, restored balance and new solutions." Linda works with adult issues, such as depression, anxiety, grief, marriage enrichment, ADHD, divorce and parenting. She has especially opened her heart to youth in distress and is passionate about her art therapy programs; CrossRhodes is designed for children with
(251) 732-4936
Office is near:
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Murry G. Mutchnick, Psychologist  in Fairhope
“Murry Mutchnick, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist. He has a general practice, with vast experience and expertise in treating adults, adolescents, children and couples, who are struggling with a wide range of difficulties. Dr. Mutchnick believes that a safe, caring, trusting therapeutic relationship is most important for treatment success. He has particular experience treating mood problems, addictions, and psychological disorders resulting in physical problems. He also has specialized training in clinical neuropsychology, evaluating individuals with known or suspected neurological disorders. He draws from a number of theoretical orientations to provide the most effective, unique treatment for every individual.
(251) 272-4149
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Fairhope, Alabama 36532
Don Dockery, Counselor  in Fairhope
“Do you ask, "Who is this roommate I'm living with and where is the warm passionate person I fell in love with gone?". Are you stuck in a dangling conversation that dances around the real issues? You're not alone. Developing a deeper understanding of self and each other will restore honest dialogue, heal resentments and end anger.If you have trouble meeting and maintaining long term meaningful relations, a healthy frame of reference and clarity to cope with life's challenges will bring you confidence and happiness. Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.
(251) 599-7339
Office is near:
Fairhope, Alabama 36532

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