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Therapists in New Orleans

Andrea Mccarver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“While using traditional talk therapy, I also incorporate teaching and interactive cognitive restructuring into sessions. I commonly utilize breathe work and other non traditional techniques into therapy. I allows the client to guide the session and their own work, but do not hold back observations about client's thought patterns and potential for growth. I treat all clients with unconditional positive regard and allow them to adapt within their own limits and social dynamics. I always consider the bigger picture and do not isolate treatment interventions to the office. Clients should always feel as though they have learned skills relevant to daily life.
(504) 383-9152
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Kenneth Schmitt, Counselor  in New Orleans
“As a counselor, it is my belief that everyone deserves to have a safe empathic, non- judgmental environment to which they can begin to better understand themselves and others. Therapy provides the opportunity for growth and change and eventually, a better understanding of one's self.
(504) 267-1149
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Elise Johns, Counselor  in New Orleans
“"The therapy office is a space where you can feel accepted without fear of judgment. I provide a safe and accepting environment in which you can explore and address important concerns influencing life. Often, concerns arise from change in life and subsequent choices made. My goal is to provide a collaborative approach to deal with problems/concerns in your life, thoughtfully explore the mechanisms that drive you, and look at potential outcomes for each choice in order to bring about change that is both meaningful and real.
(504) 434-4836
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Barry D. Schwartz, Psychologist  in New Orleans
“Are you feeling powerless, a victim and at the mercy of life? Oftentimes these feelings are symptoms of your difficulty in making decisions, experiencing anger, frustration, anxiety/depression and worry. Do you feel overloaded/overwhelmed by problems? Are you experiencing sleep problems, constant tiredness, frequent use of over the counter drugs, and pain? Do you have attention problems/disorganization and confusion? My 25 years of professional experience has taught me that we all have something in common. Whether you're a butcher, a baker or candle stick maker you are a human being who wants to experience "peace of mind".
(504) 521-6897
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
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
Lisa Sayegh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BACS
“If you have survived trauma, whether from combat, childhood abuse, or sexual assualt, I am dedicated to help you create a happy and productive life for yourself and your family. You CAN have power over your emotions, thoughts, and life! I will help you learn how to manage your symptoms, rather than allowing them to manage you. I am here to help troubled couples learn how to communicate better, have better emotional intimacy, and grow together in a loving relationship. Finally, I can help you address unresolved grief issues in a way that will heal you, while honoring your loss.
(719) 452-8541
New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Niquelle Lackings, Counselor  in New Orleans
“My practice is based on optimal emotional health and wellness. I have experience working with persons coping with life transitions. My practice is tailor made for your individual needs to help you reach your optimal potential. This is a collaborative relationship whereby you and I work together. My best efforts will be offered to you-GUARANTEED.
(504) 229-3242
New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Beth Christensen, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Starting therapy can be a little intimidating. I make every effort to create an emotionally safe and comfortable environment. I want clients to have as much control over the therapeutic process as possible. I don't try to make clients talk about things that they are not ready to talk about, and I don't ever consciously scold, embarrass, or intimidate clients. I have great respect for the courage that is needed for people to ask for help. I often work with survivors of childhood trauma, for whom trust is a big deal. I am honored to earn that trust.
(504) 327-2465
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
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
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
Ronda L. Bonnette, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-4:30PM Are you currently stuck and unsure of what to do? Are you asking yourself why obstacles continue to impacting your life? Are old wounds creeping back into your life and you're unsure of what they mean? There are many ways in which you can benefit from counseling. Examples include increased self-awareness and re-framing 'weaknesses' as strengths. You are then able to use these newly found discoveries to promote your desired change. Finding the right therapist whom you can trust with your most personal stories is paramount.
(504) 208-5280
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Kristin MacRae Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LAC
“I currently offer evening and Saturday appointments. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Addiction Counselor, I see my role as a therapist as one to guide others in achieving their goals in a supportive and safe environment. I believe there is always hope for change.
(504) 684-5311
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Nikki D. Lee, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I work with children, adolescents, groups, parent/child relationships, adults, and couples to assist people with choosing solutions that help them improve their relationships by changing their behavior. I help clients look at their situations and problems as opportunities to explore their choices to work toward staying on track by meeting their goals in order to enhance their lives. I aid people in finding solutions for their problems instead of focusing only on the problem. I work in clinical outpatient and school settings. I help clients address all disorders listed in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual, Fourth Edition, Text Revision.
(504) 602-9953
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Anna Maria Signorelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BACS
“I enter into a collaborative relationship with my clients. Together we work to define the issues that bring you to therapy, and then move beyond symptom alleviation to true and lasting life change. Throughout my many years of counseling, I have witnessed problems, pain, grief, and stuck periods become opportunities for deep transformation. I will work with you to develop everyday skills to move beyond depression, anxiety, and long held anger. These skills as well as understanding the importance of articulating your values and life intention give you the path and tools to live the life you choose.
(504) 229-3297
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Cortney Dornier Seymour, Counselor  in New Orleans
“I believe we can benefit tremendously from being encouraged to express ourselves, understand our emotions and behaviors, and develop viable methods for coping with and thriving in our environment. Together we will explore who you are, not just through your past experiences but also through your present emotions, behaviors and future goals. I approach each therapy session with genuineness, openness and empathy. Counseling can also include humor; both laughter and tears are important parts of the healing process and since serious matters are often discussed in therapy it also helps to be able to have fun.
(504) 777-3831
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Raney-Mills Kiely, Counselor  in New Orleans
“Hello New Orleans! Seeking a therapist shouldn't be an added stress to what you already have going in your life, not to mention the fact that "seeking help" is not always what we want to do when we know we truly need it. I hope that my practice offers a safe and easy space where you can bring your whole self. Whether you are seeking personal development, release from a certain stuckness, or simply a space to process your emotions freely, art therapy and the healing relationship can create a channel to a greater sense of self-awareness.
(504) 613-5094
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Arwen Podesta, Psychiatrist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, ABPN, FASAM, ABIHM
“As your psychiatrist, my aim is to help you achieve your fullest potential of wellness and health. I am board certified in Adult Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, Holistic & Integrative Medicine, and Forensic Psychiatry. My extensive training helps me deeply understand your neurobiology from a reductionist standpoint, your whole environment and ecology and how that affects your well-being, and how medication, nutrition and lifestyle change can help you feel your best. I use science and evidence based therapies to treat your body, mind and spirit.
(504) 303-4219
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
Deidre D Hayes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Anthony C Lowery, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in New Orleans
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LAC, CCDP-D, CCGC
“Therapy is a two-way effort entailing mutual respect, responsibility, and consideration between you and your counselor. It is my belief that everyone functions perfectly within the level of their knowledge and that all individuals have the capability to make changes in their life and achieve maximum potential if they acquire the proper skills to utilize their personal resources. I will facilitate an atmosphere of warmth and trust in which you may choose to examine and change patterns or behaviors that are currently not working for you.
(504) 208-4457
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
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