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Therapists in Highland

Area auto widened to Madison County - no Therapists were found in the city of Highland, IL.
Eve Kuckuck, Counselor  in Maryville
“Worried about your child or teen? Grieving the loss of a loved one? Dealing with infertility? I have 15 years experience in working with families and women struggling in these areas. Parenting doesn't come with a roadmap. It's so easy to feel overwhelmed with all the conflicting advice we get. I help families navigate their way through life's twists and turns using realistic, proven and common-sense solutions (and a little humor and fun).
(618) 699-4345
Maryville, Illinois 62062
Kevin Treloar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edwardsville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, DCSW
“My work with clients involves cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and solutions focused psychotherapy, depending upon my clients' needs. I work with individuals, groups, couples, and families. I have worked in a variety of settings over the past decade, including hospitals, assisted living facilities, and in outpatient settings. Currently, I work two days a week with inner city high school students (East St. Louis and Cahokia) at the School Based Health Centers.
(618) 699-4113
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Linda Murray, Counselor  in Alton
“"I specialize in therapy for couples, families, adult and children with ADHD, self-esteem, marriage, divorce, grief, depression/anxiety, and a varity of other issues that interfere with ones daily living. I approach each person as an individual, focusing on enhancing his/her life and improving it with positive change. I help the client in recognizing strengths, resiliencies and growth areas. As a result, this will empower him/her to achieve their goals through a strong therapeutic alliance. I have worked with cancer patients and families during different phases of their illness, helping to process the grief one can experience."
(618) 465-9747
Alton, Illinois 62002
Sandra Becker-Warden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Collinsville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
“Hello, I'm Sandra Becker-Warden. I have provided counseling as a clinical social worker for over 30 years. My practice, Family Life Consultants, Inc. offers services in two locations and their respective surrounding areas; Collinsville, IL, and Lake Ozark, MO. I particularly enjoy working with families and couples, I also specialize in custody mediation, body image issues and eating disorders Ages include toddlers through seniors. I believe in involving the individual's support system in the treatment process - ie. family, school, work, when appropriate. This approach allows the support systems to realize their part in the individual's emotional health.
(618) 205-6507
Collinsville, Illinois 62234
Shawna Morrison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Glen Carbon
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Sometimes, we experience bumps in the road towards true happiness. As a Marriage and Family therapist, I have supported many individuals, couples, and families through these tough times. I understand that sometimes a perspective from a professional outside the problem and outside the family dynamic is just what one needs to move past feeling "stuck." I look forward to speaking with you to see how I can help you and your family!
(618) 297-4103
Glen Carbon, Illinois 62034
M Christy Fritz-Parker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Alton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with couples, individuals and families. I also enjoy working with adolescents. Following graduation from St. Louis University in 1995 my focus became helping people attain higher levels of happiness and satisfaction in their relationships and lives. Issues I address include relationship issues, anxiety and depression, post traumatic stress disorder, work or career issues, performance enhancement, parenting issues, health challenges, abuse, etc. My ideal client is looking for someone who will be their partner in their healing journey. I broadcast a weekly radio show at Try it. Let me know if you like it.
(618) 790-7201
Alton, Illinois 62002
Jennifer Freiburg, Counselor  in Edwardsville
“I believe that much of the time a person knows what is needed to improve their situation; they simply need some additional ideas to make this happen or a different perspective to spark these changes. I see my role as working with individuals to figure out how to make a situation better by using an individual's strengths. I enjoy working with all types of people and strive to be dynamic to address each situation I am met with in a way that will be effective and help meet a person's needs.
(618) 307-0246
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Julie A Clayton, Counselor  in Alton
“When your feelings and emotions affect your ability to live peacefully and enjoy life, I can help. Life is difficult and complicated; sometimes it is hard to make sense of it all. Sadness, anxiety, worry, difficulty with relationships, loss and many other of life's experiences often have us overwhelmed. I offer my clients an opportunity to share what they are going through. We explore the confusing, often overwhelming, emotions and learn coping techniques. I offer emotional support and work with you on replacing negative thoughts with more positive, productive ones.
(618) 477-8617
Alton, Illinois 62002
Megan Denton, Counselor  in Edwardsville
“I believe therapy is a collaborative process and I place an emphasis on developing rapport within my relationships with clients to help them achieve their goals.My clinical training has focused on cognitive-behavioral and person-centered approaches to therapy; however, as a therapist, I would describe my orientation as integrative, as I utilize a number of different approaches based on the person I am working with and the individual goals they have set for themselves.
(618) 669-4560
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Mary E Phillips, Counselor  in Alton
“I treat adults with relationship issues that can include couple/marital concerns, coparenting concerns, individual issues with coworkers, friends, and family. I work well with clients experiencing anxiety and depression. I also treat adolescents individually, and with their parents, who are having difficulty with the adjustment to the teen years or young adulthood; have diagnosed depression or anxiety; relationship problems with friends, peers, or romantic partners. Ideally these clients are interested in receiving help and are motivated to make changes.
(618) 391-0262
Alton, Illinois 62002
Kathi Jennifer Wallace, Counselor  in Edwardsville
“My potential clients should possess a desire to grow in their journey. I want to develo a mutual trust with you so that we can process the things you are going through in a comfortable setting. I will be glad to listen to your story as you share it through your eyes and as it continues to unfold weekly in your life. I believe a heart is like a deep well. I find joy in helping you draw from that well the purposes of your life and to help you find hope to live it to the fullest!
(314) 309-3437
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Patricia Ellen Horn, Counselor  in Alton
“My approach to therapy is client-centered and tailored to the indivicual needs of each client. In my 20+ years of counseling I have helped clients cope with with problems such as depression, anxiety, marital and relationship issuses, grief and loss, and unresolved family-of-origin issues. I also teach relaxation exercises and visualization, and use a "theratapper" to help clients reprocess traumatic experiences.
(618) 688-0552
Alton, Illinois 62002
Joyce Stewart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edwardsville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that many of the problems we experience in life are caused by an imbalance between our body, soul (mind, will & emotions), and spirit. To enjoy our lives, these need to be in harmony with one another. I believe we do not have to go through life "maintaining" our situations but can learn to overcome them and be set free to be the person we were created to be and live the abundant and prosperous life we desire. I believe in Hope. No problem is too difficult for God to intervene and transform for the good of everyone involved.
(618) 391-0628
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Robin L Myers, Psychologist  in Glen Carbon
“Welcome. You have decided to take one step closer towards making some positive changes in your life. We can work together to manage the difficult challenges that prevent you from leading a more satisfying life. As a solution focused therapist, I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach to identify problematic behaviors and thought patterns and to develop new strategies of coping. Therapy can produce long lasting benefits for challenges and open the door to a more productive life. Therapy is beneficial for sudden changes, such as death of a loved one, divorce, stress management, and work transitions.
(618) 205-6775
Glen Carbon, Illinois 62034
Susan M Mielke, Counselor  in Alton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DMin, LCPC, AAPC, Fellow
“I enjoy working with clients who are interested in getting to know more about themselves and what internal forces motivate them. I work with my clients to address issues that are keeping them from enjoying life as fully as they desire. I provide a safe place where together we can explore painful issues in the present and from the past. I work to assist the client in making meaning out of what often seems to be senseless and debilitating. Over time clients can gain new strength and self understanding and become more able to face the challenges of living day to day.
(618) 505-4627
Alton, Illinois 62002
Elisa Jellen, Counselor  in Troy
“I understand that the choice of a therapist is an important one. The trust that is built between the client and the therapist is important in determining how helpful therapy can be. I work hard to create a supportive therapeutic environment. I believe in providing a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere and encourage people to talk at a pace that is comfortable for them. I believe that an individual has the ability to learn to do things differently and feel better. I use techniques associated with the widely recognized cognitive behavioral theory as well as those from family system's theory.
(618) 477-8362
Troy, Illinois 62294
Chasity Faul, Counselor  in Alton
“Hello! My counseling approach is client centered. I approach each person as an individual, helping clients to focus on enhancing his/her personal strengths and by empowering clients to achieve their goals and improve their lives with positive change. I offer individual, couple & family therapy, seeing children (over age 13), adolescents, & adults. I work with individuals experiencing self esteem issues, post-partum depression, adjustment disorders, codependency, and with an interest in substance abuse counseling, I have a passion for working with families who are affected by a loved ones substance abuse, aftercare, and ACOA.
(618) 847-0096
Alton, Illinois 62002
Bridge of Hope Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wood River
“Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, or a self-defeating behavior? People seek therapy for different reasons that include depression, anxiety, loss, trauma, relationship problems, etc. Our lives are always evolving and changing. Sometimes those changes can be challenging and even overwhelming. I can offer you a highly personalized approach to resolve some of the challenges you are facing. I work with individuals, couples, and families from a strength based perspective. During therapy sessions, we will work together to identify your inherit strengths and explore areas for growth and change.
(618) 319-6085
Wood River, Illinois 62095
Saint Anthony's Psychological Counseling Program, Counselor  in Alton
“Feeling overwhelmed with life pressures? Uncertain of how to cope or where to turn? At some point, whether facing a life change, personal crisis, family issue, depression or anxiety, we can all benefit from a helping hand. Saint Anthony's Psychological Counseling Program provides individual, couples and family therapy for Adults, Teens, and Children ages 6+. Our group consists of highly skilled professionals with various specialties, including Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Professional Counselors and a Clinical Psychologist.
(618) 474-6240
Alton, Illinois 62002
Kristin Roberts, Counselor  in Edwardsville
“At some point in every person's life, therapy can be helpful. People who seek therapy are engaging in a healthy, proactive approach towards their life. They are typically seeking to implement positive, lasting life change and growth. Counseling, or therapy, is considered a collaborative, cooperative, problem-solving process, actively involving both the client and counselor, to bring about emotional or behavioral change. Counseling is a proactive and healthy way to manage life stress, work through trauma, develop coping skills, improve behavior, communication and more. As a private practice counselor, my goal is to help you accomplish your goals.
(618) 589-4620
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

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

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

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.