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Christian Whole Person Counseling Service, Counselor  in University City
“Examine your present life to determine if the life you're living today is the life you want or is it based on self-limiting beliefs and old ways of thinking and feeling. Seek counseling if you're experiencing issues related to anxiety, depression, emotional distress, marital or relational conflict, substance abuse or other issues that are impairing your quality of living.You can choose to integrate Spirtuality as a meaningful component in your treatment plan.
(314) 272-4172
University City, Missouri 63130
Roberta A Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CPA, CHt
“Are you losing energy or being drained by stressful, difficult relationships: either at work or at home? I am the President of Conscious Choices with offices in the Central West End and University City. We have been helping people create happy, mutually satisfying relationships for 13 years. We are experts in helping people look at the relationships they have and decide whether or not they need to make changes in order to make them more enjoyable. Then we help facilitate that change. Viewed this way, relationships become a source of meaning, high energy and personal support.
(828) 537-0914
University City, Missouri 63130
Ann M Sullivan, Counselor  in University City
“People look for counselors/therapists/life coaches for all reasons. I work with clients with a variety of backgrounds and issues to help them reach goals or navigate through transitions in a therapeutic supportive way. I work with clients who are of middle school age through adulthood including Seniors. I work with individuals, couples and families. From depression, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, communication problems, women's and men's health specific related issues to general support, I have worked with and helped many people over the years. Throughout Life we often need a professional to help us achieve our very best.
(314) 441-7802
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Matt Shatzman, Counselor  in University City
“Therapy is an experience where human beings learn to live differently. Differently is the key word. Different can look like less depression, more spontaneity, or deeper and more mutual relationships. Different can be learning to say "yes," "no," or "maybe." Different can be improved physical health, less anxiety, or sustained sobriety. When one begins treatment there's usually a percolating idea of what needs to be different. Helping you clarify the ways you'd like to live differently, what has gotten in your way up to this point, and how those changes can be made is psychotherapy.
(314) 480-3895
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
“Individuals in their late teens and early adulthood face numerous transitions: establishing your identity and independence, separating from your family of origin, pursuing an education and career, developing intimate relationships and coping skills. I have spent my career working through these transitions with others. My goal is to provide a safe environment in which you can process these and other issues. Sometimes the stress of transition can be a trigger for anxiety, depression and other mental health struggles. I teach concrete skills that will help you manage the symptoms in the moment as we continue to explore issues at the core of your struggle.
(314) 266-7925
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Amy L. Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am best suited for clients who are ready to make a change. I believe in jumping right in. While some therapy styles require months or years of treatment, I don't think -for most people- that is necessary. I'm pretty much entirely solution-focused. This means the modality I most often use is practical, results-oriented, and focuses on solving the current problems in your life. Too, I know finances can be stressful and can keep people from getting the help they need. Even though I don't take insurance, we can usually work something out that works.
(314) 441-7779
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University City, Missouri 63130
Mary Randlett, Psychologist  in University City
“Dr. Randlett's clinical work encourages clients to identify past influences on how they manage feelings and relationships. These patterns are tied to current concerns and how to make changes. She keeps a family system overview, whether working with individuals or couples, while using techniques tailored to needs of clients. Interested in the entire lifespan, she values work with adults, adolescents and older adults. Dr. Randlett has broad experience with anxiety, depression, and most psychiatric problems. She is a licensed psychologist and clinical fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
(314) 394-8390
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Karen Grayson, Counselor  in University City
“I offer a combination of compassionate gentle listening and reflective questioning. Our sessions are designed to help you gain insight, clarity, greater peace, and more productive living. As we work together, we will identify strengths you already have that can effectively move you forward. In fact, I believe that you are already on this path; your core identity is intact. Our approach will be to clarify the problems as you see them, and begin to listen to what your deeply good, authentic self is trying to tell you.
(314) 714-4233
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
LifeWork, LLC, Treatment Facility  in University City
“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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University City, Missouri 63130
Nan Karl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am here to put you at ease, listen, clarify, understand, and reflect back to you. I will not judge you, for I have not walked in your shoes (and even if I had, I wouldn't judge you anyway). I will do everything in my power to make this (coming to therapy) one of the best decisions you have ever made.
(314) 403-7037
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Malena Valdeabella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Malena is a LCSW and works with individuals looking to improve upon aspects in their lives and help them seek balance, healing and joy. She combines her education, training and experience to encourage those struggling with adversities to utilize their strengths as a means to overcome the issues challenging their lives. Malena's ultimate goal is to help people find purpose in their pain while assisting them in transitioning their pain towards peace and healing. She has worked with all ages and has a vast array of experience with issues including grief and loss, abuse, addiction, depression and anxiety.
(314) 714-4879
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Tina Marie Dale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, Post
“Tina's understanding warmth, with her wide range of experience with infants/toddlers thru adults and elderly, helps clients open up in order to begin to change alleviating their pain. In child work, regular parent sessions, with families help resolve children's issues, enabling the family to move forward. Tina realizes parents want the best for their children, joining their efforts to helping their child make progress. Tina's extensive training means she can inform you about treatment options and you can decide what you feel is best suited for your unique circumstances.Tina helps clients find a way to begin to alleviate emotional pain.
(314) 287-5387
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Sandra A. Shachar, Psychologist  in University City
“EVENING HOURS AVAILABLE. Relationships not working? Sad, anxious, worrying or chronically irritable? You deserve to feel happy with your life and relationships! Whether you are exploring online dating or married for years, engaged or divorced, "straight" or LGBTQ, monogamous or polyamorous, teenage or adult, I promise to listen carefully and without judgment to help you find real solutions. YOU are the expert on your life, and my role is to help you figure out what YOU want and need, so you can have greater peace and happiness in your life!
(314) 400-7123
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Patricia Shaw, Psychologist  in University City
“With over two decades of experience, Dr. Patricia Shaw practices with gentle expertise in helping individuals and couples heal from the wounds of the past, appreciate and savor the present and plan for a successful future. With years of positive results in treating depression and all manner of fears and anxiety, clients have come to rely and trust Dr. Shaw's therapeutic approach. Those with eating disorders receive understanding and guidance toward health and self-acceptance.
(314) 527-1174 x21
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Lou Carmichael, Counselor  in University City
“Therapy is a resource that empowers you to feel better and gain more confidence in areas of your life where you are not feeling satisfied. I passionately believe that you deserve to be kind and compassionate towards yourself no matter how big or small the obstacle is that you are facing. Together, we will explore your unique self, discover your strengths, and reflect on areas you desire to change.
(314) 720-6147
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Ellen S. Dorfman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, LPC
“Ellen Dorfman believes that the client is the ultimate expert. She prefers to accompany clients on the journey of their choosing, assuming the role of guide rather than tour director. Ellen is most interested in what can be learned from the clients as they bring issues of trauma, eating disorders, and dissociation. Others with grief, loss, depression, and personal growth and identity issues make up much of her practice. When appropriate, Ellen draws upon many years of experience and is equipped and comfortable with a variety of therapeutic tools and skills to help clients in their quests.
(314) 227-9167
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“Jean Stanton Caine, LCSW, LMFT, a Menninger trained family therapist, specializes in many issues affecting individuals and families i.e.: grief, illness, sexual and physical abuse, marital stress, child and adolescent problems. She has an eclectic researched approach in her family practice using both short term and long-term therapy. Jean has been in practice for 25 years. She has been past president on St. Louis MAMFT board and the Missouri board of Family Therapy. She has taught for 20 years at Washington University. Jean does accept most insurance plans.
(314) 828-2601
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Kathy R Coleman, Counselor  in University City
“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
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Devora Tulcensky, Psychologist  in University City
“I help individuals and couples who are struggling with how to move forward. Psychotherapy is an intensely personal experience, and, having done this work for many years, my approach is characterized, above all, by a deep respect for each person. My goal is to offer a place where you can become more aware of your thoughts, feelings and behavior, and provide you the tools for lasting personal change.
(314) 266-5513
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130
Alisha Beseth  in University City
“If you feel stuck, scared, alone, or in over your head, I invite you to contact me. My goal is to meet you where you are, and help you move towards change at a pace that works for you. If counseling is new for you, it can feel like a big step! I'd love to talk with you about any questions or concerns you may have.
(314) 720-8525
Office is near:
University City, Missouri 63130

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