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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 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
Joan M Fischer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC-S, LMFT-S, NCC
“Welcome! I am pleased that you are embarking on a journey of growth and self-exploration. My background and training allows me to be effective in working with families, couples, and individuals who are struggling with a variety of life's challenges such as depression/anxiety, loss, addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex), abuse, divorce, or trauma. I operate from a wellness model and integrate a systemic perspective into my work. This means that I will pay attention to your strengths and available resources (family, work, environment) while helping you meet any obstacles that stand in the way of accomplishing your goals.
(504) 383-9040
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114
“Therapy can help many people to explore undesirable emotions and behaviors and change their lives for greater peace and happiness.
(504) 265-1436
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Kimberly Rome Butler, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Counseling is not an activity where one expert analyzes the client. Rather, it is a relationship where counselor and client work as a team to make positive changes in the client's approach to life. My goal has been to use a holistic approach in treating clients by connecting services to improve all areas of the client's life. Through a collaborative counseling relationship, I work to improve the quality of life for my clients by fostering independence.
(504) 826-8937
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Christina Roux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I view therapy as a collaborative process and an act of self-discovery. I work with clients to help them better understand themselves and to reach thoughtful and creative solutions to problematic issues.
(504) 298-9931
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
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
Nathan Fischer  in New Orleans
“Welcome! I am happy that you have decided look into making some positive changes in your life. I believe that everything we do in our lives is directed, more or less, at one goal- to be happy! No matter who you are, or where you come from, we all want to live happy, fulfilled lives. But life is not always simple. Personal challenges arise, and things outside our control get in our way. When this happens, it helps to gain a fresh perspective and receive some support along your journey toward fulfilling your potential.
(504) 327-2840
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114
Laura Camille Tuley  in New Orleans
“I collaborate with my clients to manage stress, anxiety, depression and anger, treat the effects of trauma and grief, address creatively relationship issues and career decisions, and engender personal growth. I consider psychological road blocks to living a full life not merely as personal symptoms, but symptoms of the world in which we live.
(504) 251-7820
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114
Kichea S Burt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BACS
“I have over thirty years of culturally competent experience working with children, adolescents, couples, families, and elderly, individuals and groups in various settings from sub-acute psychiatric hospital to residential treatment, outpatient services and private practice; addressing such treatment issues as mental health, adult survivors, family crises, child and elder abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, sexual abuse, respite care, out of home placement, etc.; supervising staff and interns, with varying degrees of education, experience and certification; developing program formats and training staff; with an ease of ability in establishing rapport.
(504) 327-5939
New Orleans, Louisiana 70117
Morgan Feibelman, Psychiatrist  in New Orleans
“Dr. Feibelman is board certified in psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. He approaches each patient as an individual with a complex interplay of biological, psychological, and social factors contributing to the present problem. In a nurturing way that respects each person's individuality, he carefully evaluates and discusses treatment approaches with patients, including pharmacological approaches and psychotherapeutic approaches.
(985) 466-4431
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Thomas Foster, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Hello and welcome to my section. As you might know by now, I am one of many therapists listed here, and I bet you're wondering which one of us is the right one for you. This is an important decision for you to make. I would like to think that we are all going to be nonjudgmental, open, and genuine as a given. My unique qualities center on a more informal counseling setting. I like to take the mystique out of the counseling process, all the while providing you the best clinical care possible.
(330) 935-4667
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Laura Niditch  in New Orleans
“If you or your child has anxiety, let me help. For the past six years, I've studied anxiety at Tulane University, where my research was published in journals such the Journal of Anxiety Disorders and the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology. I was also trained in psychotherapy at Tulane and Florida State University, where I completed my psychology internship. Today I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center of New Orleans where I use these skills to help people overcome chronic worry and other anxiety problems, as well as depression and other personal issues.
(504) 267-1174
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
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
Celeste M Lopez, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I see my job as helping people identify and develop their personal goals to living fuller, more satisfactory lives. Blending conventional and alternative 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.
(504) 684-8407
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Nance Harding, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Many people feel inadequately prepared for the cultural, biological and psycho-spiritual shifts that may take place during midlife and beyond, including retirement. These shifts may manifest as boredom, anxiety, depression, anger, fear, grief, or a feeling of being stuck. I have observed that Jungian oriented counseling combined with coaching and assessments works well for those adults experiencing challenges at midlife and beyond. At 40, I went back to school, shifted careers and now have 22 years experience consulting with individuals privately and within corporate settings.
(504) 264-9062
New Orleans, Louisiana 70122
Bill Knecht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Eileen Moore Wynne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, MSW, COACH
“I've been providing psychotherapy to clients in my private practice and in hospital and university environments for over 24 years. I help young adults and adults resolve crisis situations and develop greater coping skills to better achieve their goals. Whether you face relationship issues, grief, career difficulties, adjustment to high school or college, professional development, or if you are just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I can provide support and help you deal with challenging situations. As a psychotherapist and life coach I can help you manage change and lead a more fulfilling life.
(504) 383-9024
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Marie T O'Neil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Tonya Coulliette, Counselor  in New Orleans
“First of all, let me say that I respect your decision to seek therapy, it shows emotional health and awareness. I believe that therapy is a tool to guide people to obtain the skills to be emotionally successful in their lives. I have extensive experience working with families with addiction and all of the underlying issues that surface and individuals and families with relationship issues. I believe that we are all on a journey of self-awareness and sometimes we need help along the way. Remember if you don't care for yourself, you will not be able to care for anyone else.
(504) 636-6245
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Thomas Fewer, Counselor  in New Orleans
“The therapeutic relationship is a powerful healing force. Therapy helps you access and activate your natural ability to grow from experiences. It can also be a place where you peel back the layers of your "idealized self" to reveal and re-learn what it means to be your genuine self. The foundation for this discovery is built within the context of a safe,nurturing and non-judgmental counseling relationship. Together we will explore the fears that are preventing you from being your authentic self. I believe it is possible to change and to live a meaningful, balanced and joyful life.
(504) 684-7019
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
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