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Therapists in Foley

Kimberly Whitchard, Psychologist  in Foley
“As we all know, life can be stressful, even overwhelming at times.Do the stresses of life keep you from enjoying life? Do you feel stressed,or rushed with little time for yourself? Does the routine of life seem too much? Do you get easily frustrated or irritable? Do you argue with your spouse more than you want? In counseling, you will learn effective coping skills, stress reduction techniques,relationship enhancement,and other skills making your days easier. In a supportive,confidential environment you will increase your feelings of wellbeing and peace,improve your quality of life, and find solutions.
(251) 970-5902
Foley, Alabama 36535
Sarah Shepherd Anderson, Counselor  in Foley
“Psychotherapy is a process of exploration, discovery and growth. I work with clients who want to learn more about themselves in a safe, caring and challenging environment. Whether you are in crisis, have overwhelming stress, anxiety/depression or are just in need of support and facilitation.
(251) 243-4552
Foley, Alabama 36535
J Douglas Brown,   in Foley
“Don't live with depression. I offer Transcranial Deep Brain Stimulation (TMS Brainsway) a non invasive, non drug, non surgical approach to Depression that has proven effective in 78% of cases resulting in complete remission. My approach is fully comprehensive including TMS, neurotransmitters, hormones, diet and much more. I treat people who want to comprehensively change their life and remove depression and other brain disorders from it. My program is 5 weeks of intensive brain care. I am the only neurologist (crazy enough) in Alabama who is board certified in brain rehab/performance and functional neurology.
(205) 601-2257
Foley, Alabama 36535
Lynn J. Adams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Foley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PIP, BCD
“If you are finding yourself overwhelmed and struggling, please know that psychotherapy does not need to be a difficult and painful process. A good assessment is the first step, followed by the development of a plan of action that feels right to you. The years I have been in practice, I have found that most people come in to regain the hope for the future that is eluding them and to find new and different ways of dealing with the problems that have them stuck. It is usually the tangle of multiple problems at one time that causes the stalemate.
(251) 967-7630
Office is near:
Foley, Alabama 36535
Charlene Whetstone, Counselor  in Foley
“As your therapist I can help you with issues that are causing problems in your life. You may need help with your family, social or work relationships; with addictions, compulsions, depression, anxiety, or troubling thoughts. Counseling can help you adjust to life's transitions, such as grieving, aging, marriage, job loss or career change. Therapy can help if you are having difficulties managing your stress, chronic illness, medical problems or disabilities. Together we can explore your situation and plan ways to create change that can make your life more productive, meaningful and happy. You deserve to feel good about yourself and your life.
(251) 589-6704
Office is near:
Foley, Alabama 36535
Chris Murphree, Psychologist  in Foley
“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
Office is near:
Foley, Alabama 36536
Charles Ryan, Counselor  in Foley
“Are you having issues with anger, depression, anxiety or grief? Are you and a significant other having relationship problems? Therapy can help start the healing. Would you like a supportive, confidential environment where you can discuss these issues? Together we can learn coping skills to help you be happier and more fulfilled. I am here to listen and to share effective techniques that can help you to enhance your relationships and to help you to achieve the life of peace that you are searching for. Individuals and couples are welcome.
(850) 780-0281
Office is near:
Foley, Alabama 36535
David S Kantra, Psychologist  in Foley
“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
Office is near:
Foley, Alabama 36535
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