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Therapists in Iowa City

Larry Barsh,   in Iowa City
“Larry Barsh is a Life Counselor, a nationally certified clinical hypnotherapist, emeritus Fellow of the American Institute of Stress, emeritus stress management counselor to the Cardiovascular Health Assessment, Management and Prevention Services program (CHAMPS) at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, crisis center counselor, a personal development counselor, and motivational coach who is recognized for the unique and effective techniques he develops to help people overcome physical, emotional, and pain limitations. For more than 35 years, Larry has worked with positive processes to enable the mind to achieve rapid results which are designed to create lasting success.
(319) 775-5843
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Christine Vincent, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I have been providing psychotherapy to adults and children since 1997. My expertise includes the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief and trauma. I have advanced training in EMDR (used to treat PTSD), as well as Play Therapy. I see therapy as the building of a relationship which focuses on the goals of growth and healing. I view my clients as persons who possess limitless potential for change, problem solving and wholeness. My role is to help clients learn about themselves as well as develop new perspectives and skills for living a more balanced and fulfilling life.
(319) 774-4143 x2
Iowa City, Iowa 52246
Chris Loeckle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I have a very engaging and direct approach to therapy. Clients report that they appreciate my relaxed and authentic style. Above all, it is my goal to welcome clients and to help them feel comfortable and safe, even as we begin to wade into what might be very serious and challenging life situations. The therapeutic process begins and is sustained as the client feels heard and understood. With this as the basis, we can work collaboratively to bring about hope and a better future.
(319) 313-2469
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Cynthia Prodzinski, Counselor  in Iowa City
“Are you anxious about therapy? Do you have a child you would like to be seen? I offer compassionate, individualized psychotherapy with a Trauma Informed Care perspective that asks what happened to you, not what's wrong with you. If you have difficulty verbalizing your experience, perhaps mindfulness practice, art therapy or SoulCollage(R) would be helpful. No need be an "artist" - all people are artists in art therapy, focusing on the process and metaphor of art making rather than technique or aesthetics. You are NOT 'expected' to participate in art therapy if you choose not to - your choices are highly respected!
(319) 313-2116
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Downtown Couples Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
“As a licensed marriage and family therapist I have created a unique combination of educating couples on the strategies which successful couples use to maintain a trusting relationship, good communication, and intimacy, while also facilitating awareness of the hurtful patterns and "triggered" emotions which harm relationships. I emphasize mindfulness in my work and assist clients in developing a non-judgmental way to observe themselves and to "unburden" from past hurts in order to manage negative self-talk, reduce reactivity, and experience intimacy. With this focus, couples can jointly identify the negative patterns and learn to step away from them.
(319) 313-2985
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Francine M Hunnicutt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“SPECIALIZING IN COUPLES COUNSELING Maybe you are feeling disappointed about the path your relationship seems to be taking? Have communication and respect taken a backseat to constant bickering and resentment? Or do you find yourself avoiding your partner? Are you constantly replaying the story in your head about how the other person is treating you? From our first interview we will work on goals you both set for your relationship. If your partner refuses to attend there are behaviors you can change that will affect the relationship positively. Negative thinking can ruin your day and your life. Lets talk about ways to end negativity.
(319) 775-5859
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Katherine Nydam Olivier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I have been practicing clinical social work in a community mental health setting since 2008, and have helped individuals and couples with problems such as relationship problems, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, preoccupations with food and weight, substance abuse disorders, gender dysphoria, and recovery from trauma. I prefer to use a narrative approach in my clinical work, though I welcome and encourage client feedback and incorporate tools and ideas from a variety of practice models to help meet clients' needs. Narrative therapy is based on the idea that "the person is never the problem, the problem is the problem."
(319) 313-5081
Iowa City, Iowa 52246
Kathryn A Kennedy  in Iowa City
“I help individuals experiencing anxiety and depression to have coping strategies in order to have better health, calm feelings, and improved overall happiness. I also help individuals communicate better with their significant other in order to reignite the spark, get along better, and to have more overall happiness. I work collaboratively with you to meet your unique needs. Some benefits of my counseling approach are: a harmonious life, higher self-esteem, a more positive outlook, better self-care, less conflict and stress, better ability to focus at school and work, and having an outlet to vent frustrations of everyday life.
(319) 313-5066
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
About Wolfleg Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
“James R. Smith, LISW, counselor/therapist, provides mental health counseling and therapy in Iowa City, Iowa, and surrounding area. Mr. Smith uses a Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy approach to teach people how to deal effectively with negative self-talk. Clients learn to diminish their destructive thinking and promote inner calm. Clients will also learn to enhance positive thought and action. James R. Smith, LISW, also encourages couples to communicate more effectively and more completely with each other. Each partner will learn to listen deeply to their mate and reflect clearly what they understand about their partner's needs and concerns.
(319) 936-6248
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Brandon Wall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, TLMFT
“My passion in life is to help you thrive. My approach to marriage, family, and relationships is unique because I am keenly aware of how your view of the world, yourself, and how you view others affects all aspects of your life and your relationships. I'm a compassionate straight shooter who will help you reshape your past and set a firm foundation for the future. I focus less on diagnosing you and more on helping you to connect deeply with others and discover solutions to move forward. My desire is for you not to have to come back.
(319) 774-1831
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
B.P.R. Therapy, Mediation & Coaching Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
“Are you experiencing problems at home either with your partner or child(ren)? Is your family not as functional or happy as it could be? If so, do not waist another second in discontentment and being unhappy. There is a better future and I can help you get there. Visit my website at to learn more about who I am, how I work and my services. My warmth, passion and tenacity speaks for itself and will help get you and your family through the difficulty you are facing.
(319) 774-6202
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Sally J Henderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I enjoy using practical approaches to assist individuals and couples activate their strengths, learn new skills, and better ways of coping with emotions and relationships. Since 1999 I have taught a class on relationships at the University of Iowa. When it's useful, I help my clients by sharing some of the information from the class with them.
(319) 423-3982
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Kathy A Lowenberg, Counselor  in Iowa City
“I believe that each individual is special and unique and deserves to be treated as such. I use a variety of therapeutic modalities to meet the unique needs of each of my clients. For children I provide Play Therapy. My goal is to assist you in reaching your goals for health and healing. My areas of greatest specialization are child behavior problems, trauma and recovery, addressing sexual behavior problems in children and adults, adjustment problems, anxiety disorders, and stress management. Together we can make a difference in your life.
(319) 804-8012
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Kristin Sturdevant, Counselor  in Iowa City
“I believe that the essence of life is Divine and that all good flows from that source. Thus, any strength that emerges in my work occurs as I align myself with Divine love, wisdom, and purpose. Holism describes my perspective, thus systematically exploring many areas of a client's life helps prepare the ground for resolving current problematic issues or for encouraging and supporting growth and transformation.
(331) 642-8456
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
“Our personal lives are influenced by everything around us. We often carry the stress of work and financial situations as well as family, spirituality, and identity challenges with us wherever we go. All of these can make it difficult to find focus in our lives and reach our goals. Ellen Hallin can help you find the tools and strategies you need to balance the different pieces of your life so you can have stronger relationships, a greater sense of fulfillment and the ability to reach your goals.
(319) 313-5158
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Frank S Gersh, Psychologist  in Iowa City
“I see adults, couples and adolescents with a variety of issues for both psychotherapy and evaluations. My clients may have problems with anxiety or depression, PTSD, learning difficulties such as Attention Deficit Disorder and learning disabilities (problems with reading, writing or math), or neurological problems. affecting brain function.
(319) 423-3846
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Mary M Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LISW
“I will provide you a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental, confidential environment in which to explore your issues, determine an appropriate treatment plan based upon your goals, help you reach solutions to your problems and refer you to collateral resources when and if necessary. I can be directive but prefer to support you in your right to self-determination. I feel it is important to look at you in your environment and how this impacts mental and emotional issues. Family systems therapy, solution focused therapy, structural therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, feminist therapy all inform my work with you.
(319) 313-5175
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
Kelly Robertson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, TLMFT
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist I am trained to systemically conceptualize presenting problems. I work with all ages, individuals, families, and couples. I enjoy working with children of all ages. I am currently working towards my Registered Play Therapist certification. I consider myself to be strength based and love helping other's to recognize the strengths within themselves and help to build upon them.
(319) 774-1928 x846
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
James Henry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“My clients include adults, adolescents, couples and families challenged by anxiety, depression, trauma, or relationship issues. Often these issues arise in response to life stressors and transitions that trigger stress and impact daily functioning, coping skills and happiness.
(319) 774-1930
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Dhyana Kaufman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Iowa City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“Dhyana offers a holistic approach to psychotherapy for adults and children. Many of the problems we experience may be the result of losing touch with our wise-self and becoming out of balance. Through a skillful integration of mindfulness and breath work, hypnotherapy and guided visualization, inner child work, sand tray, and other therapies Dhyana connects people with their inner guidance, enhancing peace of mind and well-being. Her work is evidence-based and grounded in behavioral change and traditional talk therapy to effectively reduce trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, and grief. Dhyana also has experience with relationship issues, including codependence, divorce, and communication skills.
(319) 313-5172
Iowa City, Iowa 52245

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