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Therapists in New Orleans

Merrie Pearl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
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 than 9 years. Merrie is also on the faculty of the Cognitive Therapy Center and Schema Therapy Institute of New York, where she has trained and worked with Dr. Jeffrey Young since 1999.
(504) 358-8317
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Entering therapy can be daunting, but it is a courageous decision to make where one can find many tools to reduce and end suffering and pain. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 9 years of experience treating adolescents, adults, and families. While I have advanced practice in treating self-harm behaviors (i.e., cutting), suicidal ideation, and emotion dysregulation to include Boderline Personality Disorder, I also have experience treating trauma (i.e., physical abuse, sexual abuse), phobias, generalized anxiety, depression, family conflict, and parenting.
(504) 267-2445
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
John Rosegrant, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“In over 30 years practicing psychotherapy with people of all ages, I have learned that everyone is unique, and everyone needs to be recognized for who they are. But we also all share certain basic things: needs for satisfying relationships with others, for a meaningful and interesting path in life, and for security and enjoyment. If you are seeking psychological help, you are probably looking for a better way to meet those needs. You may be experiencing unsatisfying relationships, having trouble finding a meaningful life path, or trying to deal with painful emotions like anxiety, depression, shame, guilt, or anger.
(504) 265-9259
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Stacey Duarte, Counselor  in New Orleans
“If you're looking to develop positive change, manage a mental health disorder, or talk about what's bothering you, I'm here to help you with that process. Making the decision to begin therapy is difficult. The concern/feeling you're having right now is important to address and probably won't be gone in the morning. I try to create a comfortable, calm, judgement-free environment to discuss anything ranging from life changes, addiction, depression, divorce, death/grief, etc. Therapy sessions are tailored to each client since we're all different. I enjoying working with individuals, couples, & families.
(504) 315-1037
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Earline W Osborne, Counselor  in New Orleans
“We work with clients of all ages and backgrounds providing individual, couple, family, and group therapy sessions. We also provide independent assessments.
(504) 315-1883
New Orleans, Louisiana 70127
Janelle O'Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I treat folks with anxiety and depression, relationship issues, those in crisis due to major changes in their lives, and loss and grief issues. I've worked with many people with post-Katrina trauma issues. An ideal client is one who is willing to explore and challenge their negative thought patterns to improve their quality of life and develop self-compassion.
(504) 233-0981
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and I provide individual holistic psychotherapy and mind-body skills training (guided imagery, meditation, relaxation, mindfulness, etc). In addition to providing counseling using a wellness approach (rather than the medical model), I also use mind-body skills training to help clients move towards personal growth and stress reduction and to better cope with transition and developmental processes. My theoretical approach to counseling is somewhat eclectic, but largely humanistic, existential, and integrative. I work with clients on examining and building upon the whole person holistically.
(504) 813-9130
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Carolyn A Weyand, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“Life gives people experiences that can touch deep inside our hearts and minds. Reactions to life can bring about powerful feelings or throw their psychology off balance. People can get stuck and develop symptoms like anxiety or depression. Symptoms interfere with everyday living. Talking helps bring the underlying causes of symptoms to the surface to deal with them directly. I will help you clarify the issues, support your problem solving, and... if you need it, challenge you. Most of all, our work will give you tools you can use in your life after our work together is done.
(504) 300-0701
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Having practiced for over 10 years as a psychotherapist in uptown New Orleans, I believe in the process of therapy to help us to live our best life. I am honored to have been able to work with many clients on feeling better and living happier, more authentic lives.
(504) 303-4100
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Hope Gersovitz, Counselor  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PHD, LMFT, LPC-S, CCHt
“Are you having trouble adjusting to changes in your life, such as a loss of a relationship, difficult event, or shifts in career/job? Therapy can be useful in helping individuals cope with stress, and improve relationships with significant others, family members, and self. New Orleans Counseling & Hypnosis Center (NOCHC) values the healing qualities of a strong relationship between client and therapist. At NOCHC we use psycho-education to encourage better coping skills and self-care. NOCHC provides options to incorporate clinical hypnosis into treatment for those that are interested.
(504) 684-7364
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Kathryn Lawing, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“Dr. Kathryn Lawing is a licensed developmental psychologist in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Lawing conducts assessment and psychotherapy for a broad range of clients, including children, adolescents, and adults. She has provided services in correctional, outpatient clinic, and private practice settings. She has worked with individuals experiencing a wide variety of psychological problems including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, issues with gender or sexuality, obsessive compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, childhood behavioral issues, family conflict, grief, and trauma.
(504) 383-7463
New Orleans, Louisiana 70124
Hellen Cappo, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Feeling stuck? Your life can be more then getting through each day coping as best as you can. We will work together in a safe, non-judgmental environment to explore the changes you envision for yourself and your relationships. Change can be scary; we will build off the strengths and resources you already have to make change feel possible. Often my clients are already equipped with the tools to change but they lack confidence and direction. That is where I come in!
(504) 383-9175
New Orleans, Louisiana 70123
Integrated Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in New Orleans
“At IBH we are a multidisciplinary team focused on providing comprehensive, committed to the Greater New Orleans area. Our psychiatrists and therapists strive to incorporate the latest in medical and psychological advances by providing a holistic, compassionate, and expert approach to assisting our clients. Our therapeutic team includes: Mehdi Qalbani, MD, Andrew Morson, MD, Morgan Feibelman, MD, Leslie Lawrence, MD, Annemarie Casesa MD, Bill McDermott, PhD, and Daryl Wells, LPC. Please contact Tricia Mogg at 504.322.3837 or at IBHnola.com for an appointment.
(504) 684-2033
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Andrea E Scheele, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“I would like to help you realize a life of healthy relationships, meaning and harmony.
(504) 315-1182
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
C.W. BELSOM, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
“With over 40 years experience as a Social Worker, I work with individuals who are dealing with depression, anxiety, grief, workplace issues, stress, marital/relationship issues, navigating life and career transitions, and/or dealing with a family member with serious mental health problems. I am committed to helping each individual build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(504) 264-6864
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Sarah Shelton, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I view the relationship as central to the counseling process. My goal is to help my clients develop a stronger and healthier relationship not only with others in their lives, but with themselves as well. I feel that understanding our unconscious motivations, desires, and fears is an important part of the work that we will be doing. It is my belief that in understanding these lesser known parts of ourselves, we are better able to understand our unhealthy reactions to situations and learn to find new ways of relating to ourselves and others.
(504) 613-6513
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114
Charles W Belsom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With over 40 years experience as a social worker, I am currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. I graduated from Loyola University of the South with an undergraduate degree in Music Therapy, then from Tulane University School of Social Work with a Master's Degree in Social Work. I am Licensed by the Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners. Among my areas of practice are depression, anxiety, other behavioral health issues, relationship and family issues, life changes and transitions, and crisis intervention.
(504) 383-9190
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Shelley B Holmes, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I work collaboratively with each unique individual, providing safety and support to encourage growth and change. I believe for counseling to be effective, a sound therapeutic relationship should be established and each client treated with respect and dignity. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults. Additional areas of expertise include anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, self harm, and trauma related disorders. I also offer coaching to parents on behavioral interventions and assertive parenting.
(504) 708-5964
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Candace L Callaghan, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I believe therapy is a sign of awareness not weakness and if you are looking for therapy for you then you are making a huge step for your personal well being! I have been working with a broad range of clientele for over 10 years now ranging from 5yrs to 70yrs. My specialization is in adolescents, couples, family counseling and addict family systems. I work from a CBT approach and always keep the clients best interest at mind. I put a strong emphasis on client's privacy/ confidentiality. I work with clients as a nonjudgmental friend, teacher and coach
(504) 383-9072
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Perry Joseph deLapouyade, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in New Orleans
“I have been a Licensed Addictions Counselor since 1987.I am also a Substance Abuse Professional-qualified to perform Return To Duty Evaluations for the Deprtment of Transportation.I am a Veteran honorably discharged-6 yrs service-USMC.I am a certified Belief Therapist by the Therapon Institute. "Having suffered the ravages of alcohol and drug addiction,then treatment and recovery personally,my meaning is to help relieve clients and their families of the suffering that addictions bring unto families. Families suffer from the "enabling disease" or the addiction of co-dependency. This must also be treated." Perry deLapouyade,LAC, SAP 033 , 504.884.3575
(504) 667-5768
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
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