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Therapists in Ferguson

Shauna Aningo, Counselor  in Ferguson
“* Are you frustrated, overwhelmed, depressed, irritable, & suffering from anxiety? * Does everything gets on your nerves? * Does everyone says you're angry? * Are you struggling to maintain? * Are you overwhelmed by the demands of everyday stresses? * Are you devastated by a recent loss and grief? * Are you uncertain about how to re-gain control of your life? * Are unresolved painful memories keeping you from moving forward in your life and or relationships? Counseling has proven beneficial for many & can help you address the issues above.
(314) 522-8884
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Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Rachelle D Smith, Counselor  in Ferguson
“Depressed? Worried? Sad? Anger issues? Relationship problems? Concerns regarding your children? I can help you overcome these things and more. I specialize in working with people who feel stuck in a situation, problem, or emotion and want to deal with it now! My unique approach to counseling focuses on helping clients gain a fresh outlook on their situation, effectively manage their stress, and then overcoming their concerns.
(314) 527-1084
Hosts group in:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
“We provide services that strengthen individuals, couples, families, and adolescents. We provided a strength-based and cognitive behavioral approach.
(314) 219-1758
Hosts group in:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Marvin Steven Miller, Counselor  in Ferguson
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in full-time private practice. I have experience working with patients from adolescence onward in individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and group therapy. In addition, I have experience with clients that are perpetrators of domestic abuse, incarcerated males and the elderly.
(314) 382-9318
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Patricia A. Sartini, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Ferguson
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdS, LMFT, LPC, LCPC
“As a marriage therapist, I work with couples to strengthen, enhance, or repair their relationship. My style is direct, and I am active in giving feedback and education to couples to encourage effective and proactive changes. My clients appreciate the respect and compassion I give them as I help them achieve their goals. Further, I specialize in helping women to realize their full potential in every aspect of their lives. Women learn about relational concepts and how to utilize clearer communication skills. I also work with men to help them clear up any relational difficulties in their personal or professional lives.
(314) 828-2300
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Diane Rene Appal, Counselor  in Ferguson
“My ideal client would be someone willing to work toward gaining personal insight and self-actualization by being honest and motivated for change.
(314) 441-7075
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Margaret Gladden, Pastoral Counselor  in Ferguson
Pastoral Counselor, PHD
“For everything there is a season….and life will at times present us with hard places and tough battles. I am a licensed clinical pastoral counselor and I have a heart for and experience with helping those who are dealing with death, dying, and grieving issues. My approach is one that is non-judgmental, caring, and client focused as I help my clients move through the crises, transitions, and complexities of life.
(314) 282-2986
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Thialiaann Scarlett-Lloyd, Counselor  in Ferguson
“Living each day with intention can energize and fulfill us while enhancing the lives of those around us. Intentional living begins with letting go of emotional pain. By examining our present life we can determine if the life we are living today is the life we want or is it one based on our old way of thinking and feeling. With the prescriptive eclectic approach to psychotherapy, the psychotherapist customizes treatment to the specific needs of individual patient. The end result of prescriptive matching is a more efficient, applicable, and efficacious therapy that meets the client's current needs.
(314) 403-1796
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Katy Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ferguson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work most frequently with clients on concerns such as grief, coping with illness and caregiving, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and self-discovery. Having worked for many years in end-of-life care, I've come to view many life stressors through the lens of grief. Grief is a natural human reaction to change, even positive change. Big events in our lives - whether coping with a loved one's illness or becoming a first-time parent, bring elements of loss and the pain of change. Even the strongest person can benefit from counseling during these times.
(314) 403-7162
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
Francesca M Ferrentelli, Counselor  in Ferguson
“I have worked with eating disorder clients since 1991, and started my private practice in 1993. It became my life’s passion to help individuals recover from disordered eating, body image dissatisfaction, and other addictions. I began working with surgical weight loss patients in 1998. Surgery changes the body, but individuals must learn what causes them to overeat, and develop better ways to cope. For over 12 years I led preoperative and postoperative support groups for St. Alexius and Des Peres hospitals. My experience helps me to fully understand all clients with disordered eating, and help them develop newer, healthier patterns.
(314) 283-5664
Office is near:
Ferguson, Missouri 63135
LifeWork, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Ferguson
“Everyone has emotions and they are sometimes really tough to handle. LifeWork, llc specializes in assisting you in dealing with emotional pain. We can help you build a life worth living, and then help you take the next step to enjoy your life. We specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, a big title that means we believe that you make sense exactly as you are and that you want to change. It is not only possible for those suffering to get better, the odds are highly in your favor. You may be someone who has tried many kinds of treatment and not had the progress that you have wanted. DBT is designed for you. If you've tried therapy and/or psychiatry before and not had success, you owe it to yourself to check out LifeWork, llc. Mindfulness and other skills can help depression, anxiety, drug abuse, and other symptoms.
(314) 480-6350
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Ferguson, Missouri 63135
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