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Therapists in Ellisville

Ari L. Holtz, Psychologist  in Ellisville
“We all have periods in our lives when we need a place to discuss life's difficulties. Whether you'd like to improve your relationships or mood, you find yourself worrying excessively, you have experienced trauma or abuse, you struggle with eating issues or body image, or you simply want a safe place where you can explore your life, I hope to provide you with a supportive environment in which to talk openly and feel truly heard. I offer a different perspective, challenging insights and practical solutions to aid you in working toward real and significant change in your life.
(636) 542-8994
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Jason F Mathers, Psychologist  in Ellisville
“There are times we could all use some extra support, someone to listen, and feedback from someone who can approach our lives with a little bit of objectivity. This is where talking to someone like me can be a good option. My job is to provide you with a safe place where you can talk without the fear of being judged or criticized. I will listen. I will also challenge your thinking by providing you with a different perspective, and together we'll work toward a little more clarity in your life.
(636) 229-1269 x3
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Randi Borroff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ellisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
“Through the years I have had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings counseling adolescents, individuals, couples, and families who have suffered from the affects of substance abuse, trauma, marital discord, grief, mood disorders, co-dependency, stress, and life transitions. It is my goal to provide a safe place where people are challenged to grow while giving them new tools to overcome their present and past difficulties. It takes great courage to seek professional guidance.
(314) 888-5216
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Medelyn Minor, Counselor  in Ellisville
“Marital or relationship problems? Feeling depressed or anxious? Problems with stress at work? Struggling with codependency? Counseling can help! I treat adults, teens, and couples suffering from stress, depression, anxiety, bipolar, and addictions. I also work with families, couples, and individuals who struggle with relationship problems, including codependency. If someone you love is addicted or suffering from serious mental illness, you may need help managing your relationship. Don't give up hope! Counseling can be educational, encouraging, and empowering for you.
(314) 292-9926
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Nicole R Kruger, Psychologist  in Ellisville
“Hi. I am a licensed doctoral level psychologist. For the past 15+ years, I have treated children as young as 2, adolescents, adults, and families in three mid-western states. Whether it's a family transition, an emotional or behavioral problem, or a relationship issue, I help clients to determine goals and the steps needed to attain them. I strongly believe that a "good fit" between the therapist and client is the launching pad for making long-lasting change. Having someone who can provide an objective, supportive, and non-judgmental environment is helpful when life gets challenging.
(636) 243-0214 x6
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Kristine Angelo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Ellisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have worked with individuals, couples, children, adolescents, and families for the past 9 years. I am experienced working with depression, anxiety, loss, adjustment, anger management, family issues, and addiction. Working with symptoms as they relate to current relationships and past experiences, I am an eclectic therapist, using strategies fitting to the needs of the clients. I recognize the value in making the therapeutic setting safe and comfortable, and I bring intelligence, warmth, humor, and enthusiasm to my work. I am a member of AAMFT.
(314) 394-8757
Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Wendy L Jamison, Counselor  in Ellisville
“I practice a cutting-edge "Third Wave" of therapy new to St. Louis, that accesses and heals the full spectrum of individual trauma. The most current psychology has expanded the definition of trauma to include a much broader spectrum of human experience. This new approach uses recent neurobiological research and a strong therapeutic alliance to access, address and release trauma, relieving the client from symptoms and allowing them greater ability to form social relationships. We know that untreated trauma exacerbates addiction, anxiety and depression, leaving people susceptible to prolonged symptoms. Talk therapy, alone, can never access this important psychophysiological material.
(314) 300-7964
Ellisville, Missouri 63021
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