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Embracing Change, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“My job as a therapist is to help you clarify goals, tap into your own strengths & use new tools to create the desired changes. Sometimes it takes a lot of bravery to embark on a journey of change, but the increased freedom, confidence and peace often achieved are worth the work. The type of concerns people commonly bring to counseling are: mood issues (anxiety, depression, bi-polar); addictions; parenting: family dysfunction; marital conflict; poor self care & psychosis. I work with individuals, couples & families. Please feel free to give me a call for more information & to see if I would be a good choice for you.
(636) 688-8147
Washington, Missouri 63090
Katie Walker,   in Washington
“I offer effective, short-term, professional counseling for individuals who are ready to make changes in their lives. I assist clients in learning how to effectively cope with their issues so they can live with intention, purpose, and personal meaning. I help with goal setting and realistic measures of progress toward goals, while boosting the motivation to keep going. I also examine any barriers to achieving goals and develop strategies to remove them or minimize their effects.
(636) 243-9262
Washington, Missouri 63090
Life Transitions Counseling  in Washington
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, frustrated or sad? I understand how tough that can be. After a 23-year sales and marketing career, I made a mid-life career change after lots of introspective thinking and decided what I really felt called to do was help people with their most significant life challenges. I am ready to assist individuals, couples or families with issues including: stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges. I am specifically interested in helping people through life transition challenges including: divorce, job loss, death of a loved one, chronic illness or challenges related to aging.
(636) 352-0307
Washington, Missouri 63090
Yael DiPlacido, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that each individual, couple, and family has a unique set of strengths and abilities. Sometimes, we need help in identifying these strengths and in using them to achieve our goals. Balance, change, and growth may come about in many different ways. For some people it is by learning new copings skills or adopting new communication methods. While for others it is overcoming the hurts of the past, adopting a new outlook, or accepting what cannot be changed. Yet, for some, it is a matter of getting to know themselves better.
(314) 720-6139
Washington, Missouri 63090
Diana Shoupe, Counselor  in Washington
“With over 12 years experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor I have the expertise to meet the needs of a wide variety of clients. Many of my clients have been amazed with the positive changes that occur with only a few sessions of professional therapy. Feel free to give me a call to discuss your goals and how counseling can make a positive change in your life.
(636) 324-0754
Washington, Missouri 63090
Tracie Miles, Counselor  in Washington
“I continue to further my clinical education as an Analyst Candidate with the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute, and currently the only person with this extensive training in Franklin County. I serve individuals who suffer with interpersonal life issues, anxiety, anger, depression, grief, loss, relational problems, spiritual issues, life skills, trauma, adoptive issues, adolescent issues. When you are ready to start the internal work call for an assessment. Many people are in pain due to unresolved issues. The relationship between the therapist and client are essential. When you build trust and confidence the working relationships deepens the theraputic process.
(636) 524-0789
Washington, Missouri 63090
Monica Houttuin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Monica's helped families for years. Helping you get out of the rut. A Therapist in Franklin County with 20 years couple experience and certified in sexual education and therapy. Now is the time to see someone who can help you with the needs and concerns families have as they grow throughout a lifetime. You deserve support with your family including ADHD, anger, behavior issues, anxiety and depression. HELPING THEM HELPS YOU. Get help in Rediscovering Connections for adult couples and Sexual Recovery from Chronic Illness, loss of intimacy, sexual intimacy and relationship wounding is thoughtfuly provided in confidential setting.
(636) 452-7677
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Washington, Missouri 63090
Mark Lee Robinson, Pastoral Counselor  in Washington
“You are troubled by some aspects of your significant relationships and are motivated to improve them even if it means having to change yourself and what you are doing in those relationships. You know that sometimes your reactions to events around you are too little or too big for what the situation calls for. You want to know your own feelings better, but more than that, you want to make choices that will get you what you need without them being at the expense of others.
(314) 238-8959
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Washington, Missouri 63090
Dr Robin L Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“My life's work is to help individuals understand intimately themselves through psychotherapy. To utilize the deeper levels of the self, achieve richer relationships, increased mood balance and an appreciation for who they are. I work with parents, Children(age 2-through adolescence),and with Adults.Child/Adolescence-self esteem,depression anxiety, gender issues, relationship, anger, learning issues, grief, loss, chronic illness. Often with Adults: depression, anxiety, relationship,gender issues.grief/loss, Psychotherapist/Psychoanalyst:,child, adolescent and adult faculty member at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute(pres. 2010-2013),Asst. Clinical professor,Dept. of Psychiatry, St. Louis University/Cardinal Glennon Childrens Hospital.
(314) 485-9903
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Washington, Missouri 63090
Sheilan Ketcherside,   in Washington
“They say time has a way to heal all wounds. For some, time can bring more challenges and confusion. Through guidance I can help walk you through this moment in your life, help heal those wounds, and help you grow from your experiences. I love working within these areas: Adolescents, Individuals, Couples, Relationships, Marriage, Addictions, Borderline Personalities, Life Skills, Parenting Skills, and Christian Counseling.
(573) 319-4022
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Washington, Missouri 63090
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