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Therapists in Montana (MT)

“I work with adults, adolescents and children. My therapy focus is cognitive behavioral and interpersonal. Also,I am certified in EMDR. My main treatment areas are anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD and marriage problems.
(406) 365-1724
Billings, Montana 59102
Karin Fodness, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have had the privilege of counseling many men and women, couples, teens, young children and families as they travel on their journey towards a more balanced and fulfilling life. I would be honored to work with you as together we delve into what would make your life better. My practice is focused on helping adults, families, and children discover a new way to experience their family and the world. I would be honored to work with you to find a way to stop the struggle of conflicting emotions.
(406) 578-0529
Missoula, Montana 59802
Noel E. Koons, Counselor  in Heron
“My work with those I serve is marked by my ability to create safe, appropriate, non-threatening working relationships with youth, adults, couples, and families. I will listen-really listen-and talk with you, not at you. We'll work together so you can succeed!
(385) 722-5346
Heron, Montana 59844
Sarah Gamble Karls, Counselor  in Great Falls
“I strongly believe that every human being goes through difficult times in their lives when counseling may be beneficial. We all struggle with various circumstances where it may be helpful to have a separate, unbiased party and support to process through life events. I see individuals, families and couples and have been working in a therapeutic setting for the last 7 years. My specialties include working with those who struggle with depression, self-esteem and relationship issues, as well as other mood and personality disorders.
(406) 960-4606
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Michelle A Phillips, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Billings
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, LMFT, NCC
“Emphasis: Children, families and adults. I am an LCPC, LMFT, NCC specializing in trauma. I am an EMDR provider and Delta Certified Animal Assisted Pet Partner. I utilize a wide range of techniques including Dialectical Behavioral, Rational Emotive, Cognitive Behavioral, Stress Model, Crisis Intervention, Clinical Assessments, Art and Play to assist in identifying neurological/organic, experiential and developmental factors that inhibit a persons ability to excel. Am a member of the Board of Nationally Certified Counselors, Nationally Certified Counselor
(406) 646-2310
Billings, Montana 59102
David Bennett Stube, Counselor  in Missoula
“Thanks for looking us up. Our Missoula practice offers general family counseling with three specialty areas, (1) couples, (2) trauma, and (3) children. (1) I counsel couples with my wife, Julie Ann Nardi, LCC--a couple counseling couples. For more on this go to (2) When dealing with trauma, grief and heartbreak, I encourage others learn to be lovers with a heart of a warrior, see (3) With children and teens, I know how to address AdHD, abuse, school motivation, divorce, defiance, and substance issues.
(406) 578-1930
Missoula, Montana 59801
Bruce  Chessen, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Billings
“Dr. Chessenís practice focuses on counseling and psychological assessment services in a safe and confidential setting. Our goal is to offer a personalized and timely response to identify your concerns and begin to address the issues in your life. Dr. Chessen has a solo practice, so your visit will be very private. You are welcome to call Dr. Chessen to discuss any questions you may have. We accept most health insurance plans and we will file your claims for you.
(406) 578-0520
Billings, Montana 59102
Nancy Errebo, Psychologist  in Missoula
“Optimism-----a beautiful word. Investing in psychotherapy is an exercise in optimism. Making a weekly psychotherapy appointment notifies your nervous system that you will commit one hour a week to yourself, in the company of a therapist who cares about your goals as much as you do. In my experience, the lives of people who make and honor that commitment change for the better.
(406) 646-2188
Missoula, Montana 59802
Justin Cline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My concern is with the emotional suffering children, adolescents, and adults endure due to past trauma and present conflict. My treatment approach focuses on these injuries to the Self and other existential dilemmas in order to promote personal growth and satisfaction. It is designed to help people identify and redirect forces at work in their lives which are destructive and prohibit growth, as well as to liberate positive forces from their atrophies and inhibitions.
(406) 565-4316
Missoula, Montana 59803
Jenenne (Jeni) Anderson, Counselor  in Bozeman
“My practice specialty is supporting teens and young adults (approximate ages 13-30) suffering from anxiety, bullying and peer conflict, depression and self-esteem as well as relational issues. I use mainly a Cognitive Behavioral approach (CBT), focusing on how our thoughts affect our feelings, teaching coping skills and correcting maladaptive thinking patterns. I believe the relationship between therapist and client can be a healing one and can support growth of positive social and relational skills.
(406) 415-2121
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Carlson Child Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kalispell
“My play therapy practice focuses on non-verbal therapies that include Child Centered Play Therapy, Jungian Sandplay, Experiential Play and various art expressions to help children aged 3-12 years verbalize their feelings and challenges. Many of the difficulites of children labeled as oppositional and behavioral stem from their inability to access abstraction, problem solve and develop decision making skills that are part of their developmental processing and are not uncommon. Play therapies help the child communicate in these areas and assist with their journey to sound mental health.
(406) 257-0887
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Emily Lucas, Counselor  in Kalispell
“My ideal client is someone who is interested in themselves and their struggle, who seeks both change and meaning. This person would be interested in, or maybe even excited by, the insights to be found in their current challenges. I enjoy difficult clients and families as well as complex situations. I have the skills and energy to support difficult clients and families for who are at their wit's end and want something new and creative to possibly solve their problems.
(509) 557-3046
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Julie H Eaton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“I help people grow and live more satisfying lives. My clients can expect to learn new tools for emotional regulation and feeling better. Therapy is dynamic and I utilize a variety of approaches to help my clients find the right road map to recovery and better living. Surprisingly as it sounds, therapy can be fun, enlightening and a place not only out of pain but onto a more rewarded life. By developing our natural curiosity we can start letting go of our inner critic and open ourselves up to more balance and connection.
(406) 204-4894
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Jennifer Goldman, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I enjoy working with individuals, families and children on their authentic personal growth and continued development. I work with children ranging from 4-years-old through adolescence, and individuals or parents in their their 20s through 50s. My goal is to help you or your family meet developmental challenges with support, and find more satisfaction and meaning in your family, work or school lives. I work with those facing mild behavioral difficulties to those challenged with deeply held relational patterns or significant trauma. My areas of expertise include attachment and depth work.
(406) 558-4785
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Nolita Becker, Counselor  in Bozeman
“Clients tell me they feel heard, understood, and that I'm easy to talk to. Many people who come in to see me are doubting themselves or some aspect of their lives; are feeling anxiety about life, health, or death; or are just pissed about some turns life has taken. I will work with you to help you figure out what is keeping you stuck, and what you need to feel lighter, more confident, more grounded, and to move forward in your life.
(406) 686-0113
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Jessica Stuart, Counselor  in Bozeman
“My experience is in working with children, families, couples, and individuals who struggle with a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, emotional regulation, impulse control, and divorce/marital distress. Increasing one's awareness of their experience, motivations, and role in their relational system I believe is essential for change. I set out to create a safe, non-judgmental environment that will promote growth and movement towards interacting intentionally and positively in relationships. Emotional safety and security will be created in the therapy room and with all members to enhance effectiveness of pragmatic resolutions and skill building interactions.
(406) 708-4122
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Tim Dallacqua LCSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Great Falls
“I have worked as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at several in-patient psychiatric facilities, adult day treatment programs, hospice programs and my own private practice for 32 years..
(406) 206-0615
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Dale Adi Lee, Counselor  in Kalispell
“Discover your life's destiny of grace. Accomplish the marriage transformation you seek. Acquire the communication skills and relationship answers you need. Fulfill the purpose you and your marriage were created for. Where there is pain you will find joy where there is despair hope and where there is darkness light. We look forward to serving you and extending the master's touch. Our love for Christ as a husband and wife counseling team is complemented by a passion for helping men, women and children in need.
(406) 823-0917
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Kim R Goodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Helena
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Ongoing struggles with relationships, education, jobs, mental health, physical illnesses, etc. often get in the way of us reaching our goals and true potential. Therapy can help individuals and families learn to improve their functioning by teaching skills to strengthen relationships, manage emotions, and change negative thinking patterns. As a therapist I focus on listening, support, education, and encouragement.
(406) 278-6253
Helena, Montana 59601
Janet Schneider, Counselor  in Great Falls
“Through individual therapy, family counseling, or couples counseling I will give you information, tools and assistance you need to find relief from your pain and a solution to your difficulties. I have helped families, couples, and individual clients heal, grow, and change their lives. I work to enhance and expand people's ability to experience deeper connection with themselves and others. I believe in treating the whole person and not just mental health symptoms. Through therapy I help people in their desire to close the gap between where they are right now and where they want to be.
(406) 206-3940
Great Falls, Montana 59401
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Montana (MT) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Montana (MT) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Montana (MT) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Montana (MT) or family therapy in Montana (MT).

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Montana, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.