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Therapists in Saint Louis

Krista Kellerman, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“The decision to seek counseling usually comes after exhausting our best available internal and external resources to cope. Sometimes our best attempts fall short of living our ideal life, becoming our authentic self, or having healthy relationships. If you are experiencing difficulties that are keeping you from enjoying life to the fullest, please contact me. I can help you find solutions to the issues that are keeping you stuck.
(314) 549-8536
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Elizabeth Lowder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in helping others become more empowered in their lives. We are all able to influence our feelings, moods and behaviors by focusing on our thoughts, values and beliefs. Strengths-based approaches are used for all clients signifying my belief that everyone is an expert in their own life. My clinical interventions also focus on the importance of self-care and safety. It is my mission, and pleasure, to help you on your personal journey from survivor to thriver! I have a strong background in sexual health education and trauma - including rape, sexual abuse and relationship violence.
(314) 441-7839
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Sun Smith-foret, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW
“When you choose to work with me we will formulate goals for therapy together. Your desire for understanding your own process and for relief of distressing or confusing conditions is our focus. My interest is in preserving your dignity, respecting the decision you make when entering into a trust relationship with a stranger, establishing a safe environment in which to explore issues or states of mind which bring you to therapy. Psychodynamic therapy can integrate aspects of self, of identity, sexuality, feelings of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, marriage and relationship issues, unresolved conflicts from past or present time.
(618) 589-2997
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Judy Leon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Sometimes I think that life is just one darn thing after another. Usually we can get through these things on our own, but sometimes we need some help. My work is helping to solve problems of life. When the problems are more serious, such as depression and anxiety, I can be of help dealing with the pain that those problems bring. I take a very direct approach. I will not solve problems for you, but you won't have to wonder what I think about something...just ask. Things can get better and I can help.
(314) 238-8518
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
LGBT Counseling St. Louis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
“While I provide individual and relationship counseling for all people, my special interest is to support minority populations. My primary expertise is providing counseling and supportive services for the LGBT constituency. As human beings, we all struggle with feelings of not being good enough, important enough, lovable or able to love. These feelings embed themselves very early in life producing defense mechanisms that, although no longer needed, continue to operate below the surface; wreaking havoc on life, relationships and success! The battle is often a daily one; sometimes minute by minute. Don't suffer alone. Isolation is the enemy!
(314) 561-9913
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
“Every person deserves the chance to create happiness from within themselves. As the therapist, I will work with the inner strengths of those individuals and help them navigate their life to become their truest self. My therapeutic practice is based on the client's individual needs. I believe that there is no one model to fit all people and the therapy should be molded to the client's individual goals.
(314) 278-0121
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Hsin-hsin Huang, Pastoral Counselor  in Saint Louis
“If you are in pain, and have been hurting emotionally, psychologically, relationally, and/or spiritually for a while, please do not give up hope. Please know that healing is possible. Yes, healing. Not just managing symptoms. And not just surviving. But being able to engage life more fully! Calling to make an appointment and speaking to a stranger can be a stressful step to take. Please be assured that you will be treated with utmost respect and thoughtful consideration. I look forward to sharing this journey of healing with you, as I have been blessed to share with many others.
(314) 736-3715
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Alison Cannon Yawitz, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I provides comprehensive therapeutic services for individuals, teens and families who are faced with obstacles to healthy living. My practice is born from extensive experience with at-risk teens and families, and with individuals seeking to overcome challenges to fulfilling and healthy lives. Therapy is built upon the principle of partnership - with safety, compassion, acceptance and respect at the core. Clients are "empowered" to rediscover their inborn strength, confidence, courage and resilience while being supported to develop new skills, shape healthy relationships, cope with traumas and begin living the lives they've envisioned for themselves.
(314) 485-4887
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Carol Dyer, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“I work with clients who are struggling to cope with issues related to eating disorders, body image, trauma, care giving and other difficult life challenges.. Psychotherapy is a deeply personal experience that can be alternately challenging, rewarding and hopeful. As a therapist, my goal is to provide a nonjudgmental climate for those who wish to find balance in their lives through and beyond times of crisis or transition.
(314) 888-5196
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Joan L Benz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is not so much about changing people, but rather helping people navigate through their thoughts, problems, struggles, and emotions to arrive at their own solutions. If change happens, it will be a result of this process of self discovery. A therapist is the objective vehicle through which this discovery, healing process takes place. My approach to therapy is strength-based, cognitive, empowering, and educational. I believe that often problems are the result of a lack of adequate information, misconceptions about past or present life experiences or past trauma. I use a lot of evidence based approaches; narrative, cognitive, EFT, CBT.
(314) 720-6328
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Patty Roosevelt  in Saint Louis
“Pain. It finds us. Whether its physical, emotional, or spiritual, whether its the result of the loss of love, health, or security, it finds us, and it can devastate us. I have known these types of pain and have found that the comfort and support found in a safe and caring relationship gave me the strength to begin to face my pain, heal from the hurt, and work toward a brighter future. I give this comfort and support to hurting adults, children, and families by offering safety, compassion, and when needed, help, in learning new skills.
(314) 690-2967 x39
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Albert A. Barton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 30 years of experience and use a participatory approach to help individuals and couples discover their strengths and enable them to make positive changes. I use cognitive, behavioral and Gestalt techniques to help my clients to develop positive approaches to healing. I am also an experienced hypnotherapist who has successfully helped people with addiction, depression, pain, weight loss, and smoking cessation.
(314) 727-7799
Saint Louis, Missouri 63124
Lauren Deibel Queen, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I counsel adolescents and adults regarding a variety of issues. Some of my areas of focus include anger issues, anxiety, career, depression, relationship or family problems, trauma, and spiritual difficulties. I counsel individuals, couples and families. My expertise is in the area of trauma counseling and career coaching. You can read more about who I am, what I do, and gain some helpful resources by visiting my website at
(314) 596-2978
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
Rachelle D Smith, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“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
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
William Craig Diestelkamp, Counselor  in Saint Louis
Counselor, MA, MAC
“Relationships are one of life's greatest gifts! They can also be the cause of deep pain resulting from unresolved conflict. Craig is trained and experienced in the area of resolving relational conflict. He draws on his theological training, pastoral experience, counseling skills and conciliation background to help couples, families, individuals, and churches to experience restored relationships. The guiding principle and passion behind Craig's work is equipping and assisting people in building more meaningful relationships in their life.
(314) 665-1772
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Shauna Aningo, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“* 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
Saint Louis, Missouri 63135
Kathy Bearman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Feeling confused, depressed or overwhelmed? I can help. Talking with someone who listens without judging, understands your concerns and helps you clarify issues can be invaluable. I provide a warm, compassionate, accepting environment where you can safely explore personal issues and conflicts. Together we will work to create a greater sense of peace, balance and fulfillment within your life. I work with teens, adults and couples seeking help with issues such as grief or loss, cancer support, relationship issues, depression, anxiety and stress. I often incorporate meditation, mindfulness and imagery techniques along with more traditional approaches if clients desire.
(314) 433-9105
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Kathy R Coleman, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Do you suffer with depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide,grief and loss, low self esteem or a poor self-image? Do you lack a sense of direction in your life or struggle with marital or relationship conflict? Why should you feel ashamed if you or someone you know are experiencing such challenges? Please stop suffering in silence. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and a member of the ACA and MMHCA. Contact me today so we can begin your journey together. You can experience Restoration and Recovery. You can hope again!
(314) 677-1100
Saint Louis, Missouri 63130
Susie Berg, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I believe a core element of growth lies in the understanding that the only thing you have control over is your thinking and response to any given situation. I seek to provide an atmosphere of non-judgmental support so that you can empower yourself to no longer believe your happiness and contentment lies in anything outside yourself. I invite you, from the heart, to start your journey and discover how to take charge of your wellbeing.
(314) 499-9144
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
INSynergy, Psychiatrist  in Saint Louis
“INSynergy...the Premier Addiction Program in St. Louis, Missouri. Staffed by experts in Addiction Medicine. INSynergy is a non-12 Step, Non-AA, 6 month, outpatient, substance abuse treatment program that implements technologies to treat addiction and its related conditions such as: mood disorders, pain disorders, sleep disorders. Highly personalized program designed for motivated professionals, students, and individuals that expect only the highest level of concierge medical service to maintain successful lifestyles. Dr. Arturo Taca, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine has been voted Best Doctor in the field of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine since 2009.
(314) 266-1641
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
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