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Therapists in Charleston

Lyn Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP
“I have created my practice to support individuals and families as they manage the challenges of life. With over 20 years of clinical experience,it has always been my belief that therapy must be based in a mutual and authentic relationship established between therapist and client.To that end, I work with each client to develop the most effective treatment plan. My approach with clients is solution focused with movement toward attainable goals.
(843) 491-5533
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Bridgette Niepoth,   in Charleston
“Sometimes life's circumstances seem overwhelming. You may feel frustrated, depressed, angry, or anxious. You may have suffered a recent trauma or loss; perhaps you are struggling with the daily obstacles of life. I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment for you to explore personal issues, dilemmas, and concerns in a professional yet empathic setting. We will work together to structure therapy to identify your specific needs and establish goals. I do not take an expert approach with my client, but rather a partnership in working together so the client feels confidant and skillful to move life in the direction desired.
(843) 353-2948
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Dana Mortensen, Counselor  in Charleston
“As people, we all have the need to express ourselves and be recognized and accepted. As your therapist I will listen with patience and encouragement and without judgement. In our confidential sessions, you will discover the power of telling your story. You may choose to talk about your past, learn how to be mindful of the present, and/or discover and achieve your vision of the future. You will learn simple, effective tools to help you access and use your unique motivation to change the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are worsening your symptoms of mental and physical dis-ease.
(843) 773-2115 x115
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Donna M Salerno, Counselor  in Charleston
“When the wear and tear of stress, anxiety and/or depression is preventing you from coping with your everyday experiences and depriving you of happiness in your life, I can help. My healthcare background as a registered nurse, coupled with my experience as a lead therapist at a local psychiatric outpatient program, provides me with additional health assessment and clinical judgment skills. I am also experienced in couples/marriage and family therapy. Being a native New Yorker who moved to Charleston 20 years ago with my family, I have a unique combination of Northern and Southern sensibilities.
(843) 595-4021
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Kindra Louise Westercamp, Psychologist  in Charleston
“Life is a journey that is often fraught with painful or trying times. Perhaps you are presently attempting to navigate through one of these periods and have found that despite your best efforts you remain stuck. I find meaning and purpose in my work as a therapist and strive to help my clients enliven their potential and live a life that they value. I aspire to create an environment that will allow my clients to gain greater understanding/clarity, acceptance, courage, hope, balance, and serenity.
(864) 339-9172
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTI
“"As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am trained to assess and treat issues pertaining to the individual (child, adolescent and adult), as well as couples (gay, lesbian and straight) and families (including adoptive, biological, and step-parent). I do not adhere to any particular treatment modality. While I do have training in couples and family work, most of my work is with individuals. Please give me a call or email for a free telephone consultation.
(360) 234-3380
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
D. Michael Bruhn, Counselor  in Charleston
“For the past decade, I have had the pleasure of treating individuals and families here in the Lowcountry. I work with clients who have a variety of mood disorders (such as Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder), Anxiety Disorders (such as Panic Disorder & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), ADHD, Physical and Sexual abuse, Developmental Disorders, Bereavement, etc. The healthcare community uses labels to diagnose, understand and treat mental disorders. However, in my practice, I strive to treat my clients as individuals and give them the respect they deserve. I pride myself on creating a safe, nurturing, therapeutic relationship with my clients.
(843) 883-4591
Charleston, South Carolina 29406
Barbara Melton, Counselor  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC, NCC, MAC, CAC-II
“I employ a variety of therapy techniques tailored to your specific needs. My style of therapy usually includes some homework items to maximize your therapy dollar. I also work with a variety of sexual issues that may complicate your life. I accept most major credit (and debit) cards through Paypal. I subscribe to the belief, to quote trauma specialist Colin Ross, PhD 'the problem is not the problem' -- it is actually a symptom of what really is the problem. I will work with you to enhance your coping skills so as to replace the symptoms that are adversely affecting your life.
(843) 723-8002
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Howard M Held, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Do you sometimes feel so sad that it is hard to get out of bed in the morning? Do you feel anxious about the future? Are you overwhelmed by the events in your life? At times, it can be difficult just to get through the day. I can assist you in obtaining the emotional well being you have experienced in the past. Through counseling and emotional support, I believe that you and I can come up with solutions to the challenges you are currently facing.
(843) 485-0251 x113
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Trish Jeffrey, Counselor  in Charleston
“Feeling stuck? Suffering from the loss of a loved one or a major relationship? Finding the daily grind too much to bear? Lost your joy to feelings of emptiness or fear? Wanting to change, but can't get moving? Wish there was just one person who could really understand what you're going through? I help people find their way through overwhelming situations: troubled relationships, trauma, loss, health problems, anxiety, depression or low self-esteem. You don't have to find your way alone; I can help you envision new possibilities and embark on a path of healing and growth.
(843) 206-0334
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Bonnie Compton, Psychiatric Nurse  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, BC, CPNP
“I love partnering with parents to help them become more effective in their parenting. Parents are often confused and frustrated by their child's behavior. We work together to come up with a be more responsive rather than become a parent without regrets! As I work with children, I also work with their parents, helping them to become the best parent for their child. Through my work with families, I have witnessed a profound effect on the relationship between children and their parents as the parent shifts their focus to their relationship with their child.
(843) 605-4646 x105
Charleston, South Carolina 29417
Stephanie Sullivan, Counselor  in Charleston
“There are times when life seems overwhelming and answers are not appearing. I am here to help during these difficult times. Advocating for my clients, creating a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere, and building a trusting relationship are my personal goals and I enjoy assisting individuals to lead a more fulfilling life.
(843) 968-4038
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Wesley Senn,   in Charleston
“Therapy can often be thought of as a long mystical process. Contrary to this popular notion, I like to take a practical and straightforward approach, utilizing evidence based treatments. I frequently work with those who are struggling with depression, anxiety, impulse control, addictions, self-esteem, stress-management, and relationship and spiritual concerns. I want to help you feel better, but I am truly interested in helping you get better. Through work and practice, my approach can help you achieve lasting change that you can draw upon after therapy is completed in order to become more resilient to future challenges.
(843) 547-4859
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Ward Lassoe  in Charleston
“My sense of humor is big part part of my counseling style. I take my work with clients seriously, but there are times when therapy needs to include some humor. I also know that choosing a counselor is not an easy process. It's normal to have some skepticism about whether psychotherapy can work for you, so that's why I encourage potential clients to schedule a free introductory meeting. I also provide life coaching for clients who want to make changes but aren't sure where to start. Please click the "website" link on the left to learn more.
(843) 628-4636
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Charleston Addictions Counseling, LLC., Counselor  in Charleston
“Hi, my name is Kevin and as one in personal recovery for over ten years, I know that the pain you are going through can be overcome. As a Certfied Addictions Counselor (P), I work with individuals and groups with. Addictions - of all types - can be successfully treated with my Experienced, Compassionate, and Unconditional approach. Drugs, Alcohol, Sex, Pornography, Internet, and Gambling Addictions are my Specialized Counseling competencies. Available days, evenings, and weekends.
(843) 536-4029
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Barbara Fox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“"In addition to traditional psychotherapy, I use EMDR therapy, which uses visualization and mental stimulation to help an individual remove the many problems and anxieties they face in daily life, including fear, anger-management, depression, low self-esteem, difficult relationships, trauma, loss of a job or loved one, and PTSD. I utilize several other well-proven and effective mind-body techniques, tailored to each person's individual needs, in addition to traditional psychotherapy."
(843) 473-8674
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
April Milford, Counselor  in Charleston
“Life can be complicated and stressful. Sometimes we feel lost, alone, and it is not clear why life isn't working out the way that we planned. As a licensed counselor, I want to work with you to meet your personal goals and help you recognize and change the parts of yourself that interfere with forming the life you have always wanted. I provide a safe, non-judgmental, supportive environment for you to explore issues and behavioral patterns that hinder your growth. Together, we can set realistic goals and develop additional coping skills to help you move forward.
(843) 405-3716
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Erin Jones,   in Charleston
“We all face challenging times in our lives, and I truly believe it takes a lot of strength to ask for help during those times. As a compassionate therapist, I am motivated to help others reach their full potential and find a harmonious balance in life. My approach to therapy is to be supportive for individuals in their journey of self-exploration and self-awareness, while also teaching helpful and empowering coping skills that can be used to better deal with life's stressors. I use creative and eclectic treatment modalities that are focused on each individual's needs and goals.
(843) 564-9930
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Deborah Marcet, Psychologist  in Charleston
“Life often presents us with challenges and transition points related to relationships, trauma, stress, anxiety, and depression that can be difficult to manage. I have been successful helping people navigate through these life passages, serving the community for over 20 years. You will find I am passionate about helping you achieve your goals, and bring a level of sensitivity and compassion you may not have experienced before. My clientele are individuals and couples who are motivated to use therapy as an opportunity for personal growth, and who work actively to achieve increased self-awareness and an improved quality of life.
(843) 206-0331
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Helen Elliott Wheeler, Counselor  in Charleston
“The focus of my counseling is on families. I specialize in families going through difficult transitions of life including, pre-marital, marriage, separation and divorce counseling as well as remarriage and step family issues. I help parents focus on their children's needs at these choke points. As a 20 year veteran teacher, I am also uniquely qualified to help families struggling with ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, or other educational issues. I also specialize in helping high conflict divorcing parents develop parenting plans by functioning as a Parenting Coordinator. I am also a qualified Family Court Mediator.
(843) 325-2825
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
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