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Therapists in New Orleans

Lindsey Wiley, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Qualified Mediator (LA R.S. 9:332, et seq.) . I received my Master's degree from Tulane University School of Social Work and my mediation training through Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. I have eleven years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in outpatient and inpatient mental health settings. My expertise is treating adolescents and young adults with a focus on female development and behavior. I am equally skilled in treating families and couples.
(650) 262-5581
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I have over 30 years of experience and training in womens' issues, childhood trauma, grief and loss, relationship,and stepfamily issues. While I believe that the answers to problems can be found within, sometimes one gets "stuck" with feelings of depression,fear,anger,guilt,obsession or anxiety. I believe that psychotherapy can be invaluable for finding solutions and learning better coping skills. Relationships and lives can be changed through self-awareness.
(504) 264-9159
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Suzette Perles, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Hello, and thank you for considering working with me. The decision to begin therapy is one that can lead to a greater understanding of yourself and can help you to function better in all areas of your life. I treat people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, grief and life transitions, using a combination of traditional and holistic approaches. I also have experience helping individuals and their families cope with the effects of chronic mental ilnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and have worked with the bereaved in a hospice setting.
(504) 684-8414
New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Dana Labat Ph.D., Psychologist  in New Orleans
“Today's world is ever-changing, complex, and sometimes filled with uncertainties and stress. Though exciting, at times, numerous life transitions may also create emotional distress. Dr. Labat utilizes scientifically-supported treatment approaches to address a wide array of difficulties that emerge across the life span. Through individual and group therapies, Dr. Labat partners with adolescents and adults to create and bolster coping skills while highlighting strengths in order to navigate through difficult times.
(504) 826-8014
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Deidre D Hayes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, BAS
“I am a clinical social worker with more than twenty years of experience. I have worked with individuals and families to resolve issues related to anxiety, depression, grief and trauma. I have been extensively trained in Motivational interviewing and CBT techniques that provide strategies and skills to clients to help them to develop new coping techniques and improve their quality of life.
(504) 777-3381
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Marie T O'Neil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer integrative psychotherapy, a holistic approach addressing the emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual aspects of each individual. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Yoga Teacher, and Certified Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner, I combine traditional talk therapy with mind-body skills such as meditation, mindfulness, guided imagery, biofeedback, movement, integrative nutrition, breath work, sound, and yoga. These skills can be used to manage and alleviate stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia; they can also be used to work through specific issues such as relationships, work, grief & loss, and general life uncertainty.
(504) 383-9029
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Kenneth Foy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Orleans
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Marriage & Family Therapist, DMIN, MAMFC, LMFT
“I have more than 15 years of experience in providing marriage, family, and individual counseling. I work from a holistic approach that combines theology with psychology. I am persuaded that using this approach in counseling is essential in the effectiveness of reaching desired outcomes. My primary goal is to be a facilitator of insight for individuals struggling with various conditions. To this intent, I wish to assist constructing behavior conducive to productive and healthy living. Also, I use a collaborative approach in treatment planning between myself and the client. Clients are encouraged to assist in development of practical goals.
(504) 564-7237
New Orleans, Louisiana 70128
Mary L. Munger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, I strive to create a supportive and hopeful atmosphere where you may safely address barriers to leading a life that fulfills you. I treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief/loss, relationship issues, codependency/addiction, identity development, and trauma. I am specialized in the treatment of eating disorders and body image, including subclinical eating issues, anorexia, bulimia, binge/compulsive eating, and exercise addiction. Blending traditional psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapies with mindfulness and acceptance-based models, I tailor the treatment to your individual needs and goals.
(504) 722-9109
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Merrie Pearl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Merrie Pearl received her masters in Social Work from New York University. Upon graduating she worked with Dr.Jeffrey young at the Cognitive Therapy Center of NY, in New York City. At the NY Center Merrie was trained extensively in a new innovative therapy - Schema Therapy, developed by Dr.Jeffrey Young. She has been treating clients and training professionals for more than16 years. Merrie is also on the faculty of the supervisory board of the International Society of Schema Therapy.
(504) 358-8317
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Gail Gillespie, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“It would be a privilege to serve your family! I am available with little to no wait period, having recently returned to New Orleans since Katrina! I provide a holistic assessment of all areas of your child's life, and frequently involve the parent(s) and teacher(s) in both assessment and treatment. It is my desire to draw families who are motivated to enhance their current situation and move from crisis, to getting by, to thriving!
(504) 636-8667
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Jacqueline Nguyen  in New Orleans
“I am happy that you have taken this step to achieve self-awareness and reach your full potential. I counsel individuals, couples, and families. I have clients of all ages and ethnicity. I work with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, addictions, behavioral problems and divorce. I have worked extensively with children and adolescents struggling with behavioral issues, family conflict, and parent/child relationship building. I approach counseling from a systemic perspective focusing on relationships and environment. I also work with the Vietnamese community as a bilingual counselor.
(504) 272-2045
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114
Aden Burka Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work focuses on motivating, assisting, and supporting your desired changes. The process begins by clarifying goals, identifying impediments, and developing alternative ways to move forward. As a licensed clinical social worker I treat children, adolescents, and adults in both long and short-term therapy. My training and extensive experience is in treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, and depression. In addition I have obtained the status of certified ADHD coach. Other experiences include assisting patients with the management of obsessive-compulsive disorder, personal transitions, and advocacy.
(504) 303-4034
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Kelley Lockhart-Delaune, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
“Are you looking for a safe and supportive place to work through some personal issues? I have experience in helping people remove obstacles in their life. Lets work together towards growth and restoration. My style is honest and compassionate. Experience includes: general counseling, anxiety, addiction, trauma, relationship issues, codependency, couples work, trauma, abuse or anger. I provide individual therapy, couples therapy, and family therapy.
(504) 383-5953
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Suzanne C. Klenck, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“I have specialized training in evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders (including post-traumatic stress, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive, generalized anxiety, and other phobias), as well as for depressive disorders and a wide range of other difficulties. I use evidence-based treatment practices, but find the most important factor in therapy is the therapeutic relationship. Without a strong alliance with the client, a therapist is limited in their ability to help the individual effect change.
(504) 784-6838
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Brigitte Karmona, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Therapy can be a powerful way to achieving happiness, acceptance and greater life satisfaction. I approach each client with compassion, empathy and value the unique life experience of my clients. Sessions are tailored to each person's needs and comforts, helping the individual understand, gain insight and work through issues.
(504) 267-8937
New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Bill Knecht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSCW, BACS
“I'm a therapist with over 35 years of experience. A specialized practice that utilizes brief treatment (in person or via SKYPE) and focuses on work with couples and sexual issues. See: website More Information & Blog. Other specialties are Veteran's issues,chronic pain management and cancer adjustment,and transgender evaluations for HRT.. A brief (often only one to four sessions), confidential, non-judgmental and practical approach while, at the same time, addressing the issues within the context of an individual's lifetime goals. I've also supervised and trained hundreds of therapists.
(504) 315-1077
New Orleans, Louisiana 70124
Lauren Miller, Counselor  in New Orleans
“As a mostly Adlerian therapist, I will help clients to explore their behavior patterns which may be interfering with attaining their goals. In order to do this, together we will examine each individual's readiness for change, how fear/anxiety plays a role in keeping them from changing behaviors and explore interpersonal/family relationships. To facilitate the most insight and emotional growth as possible for clients, my goal is to create a comfortable, non-judgemental and confidential environment. Through this environment and exploration clients will be better able to set and attain healthy goals and lifestyles.
(504) 315-3294
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW
“Most of my clients are ordinary people who have been sexually abused as children or adults, or are from alcoholic families, or are struggling with alcoholism in their current life. They may be having difficulty adjusting to changing circumstaaances in their lives due to divorce or loss of a family member or friend. Many of my clients are experiencing depression or anxiety or chronic worry.
(504) 303-4007
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Melissa Marshall, Counselor  in New Orleans
“The difficult circumstances we face in life are often also our greatest teachers. The support and guidance of counseling can be a catalyst for turning our painful internal and external struggles into growth towards deeper happiness and connection. I work with clients to develop new perspectives and skills so they can relate to life's inevitable stresses with greater ease and acceptance, finding a balance between striving to improve themselves and their lives, and appreciating and enjoying where they are, today.
(504) 383-7161
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Mimi Jalenak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BACS, CCH
“I have been in private practice at the same location for twenty years. I describe my therapeutic perspective as Solution-Focused, Insight-Oriented psychotherapy. My practice is general psychotherapy, but I use Hypnosis and E.M.D.R. when clients consent to, or request these techniques. I use hypnosis with clients presenting with various issues. It has been a useful tool. Most clients report leaving the session feeling more relaxed and report positive changes throughout treatment. I use E.M.D.R. as a therapeutic tool to assist clients resolving the effects of trauma.
(504) 233-0950
New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
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