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Therapists in Columbia

Theresa M Bonesteel, Counselor  in Columbia
“Life can be hard. Some seasons are more difficult than others. Do you wish you had someone to talk to who will keep your private thoughts private as you work through those hard spots? I would enjoy the opportunity to partner with you in your journey. My passion is to serve individuals, couples and families in a way that influences the whole family system toward growth and health within a safe environment, as we journey together toward your healing and wholeness. This can be done individually, in a group, workshop and/or training seminar setting.
(803) 610-4733
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Patrick Phillips, Counselor  in Columbia
“My goal as a therapist/coach is to help you clarify ways that your life can be more fulfilling and content. It is often difficult for us to sort out solutions to issues that on the surface seem simple, but in real life can be crippling, disorienting and sources of conflict.
(864) 663-5530
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Carol Cupples, Counselor  in Columbia
“Positive changes and the return of hope and joy are part of the goals reached through counseling. Many adults need support and improved coping skills during difficult periods in their lives. Clients dealing with anxiety or mood disorders often benefit from being in a counseling relationship, and from developing effective strategies to deal with symptoms. Children 6 to 11 often have difficulty coping with stress due to family and school issues. I strive to support them and their families compasionately through a combination of therapeutic techniques including Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(803) 610-2605
Columbia, South Carolina 29206
Counseling for Hope & Healing, Counselor  in Columbia
“Life can be surprisingly hard. Trauma, broken relationships, life changes, hard times, depression, parenting and marriage struggles-these things happen to even the strongest people and sometimes you just need someone to hear you. You need someone to validate your experience and help you make sense of the difficulties you are trying to wade through--that is where a compassionate and honest therapist comes in. I am not afraid to walk through your struggle with you. It may feel overwhelming to take that first step, but know you will not be going at it alone.
(803) 937-3585
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
Susan E Hardwicke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LCSW-S, CHt, SAP
“I work with a wide variety of clients such as relationship issues; trauma and grief work. I also do hypnotherapy to deal with anxiety,pain management, sports improvement,smoking cessation, weight management , and relaxation, plus many other issues. I also have a degree in addictions to help folks who are in addiction as well as those who want to maintain their sobriety and want balance in their lives.I am a Daniel Amen Affiliate as well as a SAP counselor.
(512) 943-6545
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
William Troutman, Counselor  in Columbia
“As a counselor I enjoy the privilege of coming along side people when life seems unmanageable. I seek to create a safe environment for people to process on a deeper level. I'm trained to understand and treat emotional issues as well as spiritual. Additionally, I administer several assessments including Prepare and Enrich for martial and premarital as well as Strongs Interest Inventory which assesses potential career interests.
(803) 675-7370
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Scott Fairweather, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP, CAC-II
“"I believe we engage in problematic behaviors and thinking patterns in response to a variety of life factors, not always because of personal choice. We are reinforced by the environment, the consequences of our behavior, and other factors which contribute to the maintenance of maladaptive behaviors. Change is difficult and requires strong commitment, patience, and a willingness to experiment with new solutions. My role in this collaborative relationship is to create a safe environment to facilitate change, to assist you with defining your goals, to identify variables that maintain problematic behavior, and to teach you how to change these variables."
(803) 993-9503
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Peter R Kilmann, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I offer individual and couples therapy, hypnotherapy, hypnosis, and psychological evaluations. I also use hypnosis to help patients to overcome phobias, fears, obesity, smoking, and to improve academic or sports performance. I use a caring, and direct, solution-focused approach to help individuals and couples find solutions to their difficulties. In most cases, problems in living can be resolved sooner than later.
(803) 339-1652
Columbia, South Carolina 29223
Kate West, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, EdS, LMFT-I
“Are you and your spouse or significant other fighting to make it work? Tired of not understanding each other? Is it a constant battle between you and your family members? When we're struggling to get along with those closest to us, whether it is a large issue like a betrayal, or small issues and everyday arguments, our whole life can feel like a battlefield. When our relationships are healthy and happy, we can view the world in a more positive light and are able to tackle other struggles with hope and confidence.
(803) 825-4155
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Laura J Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP, MAC, CACII
“NEW GROUP beginning on Monday January 14, 2013, from 6:00-7:30 pm --When Food Takes Control. When eating or avoiding food becomes the focus of your day it robs you of your quality of life. Join us to explore the issues that keep you locked in the never ending cycle and begin this year with a new FREEDOM. Life does not have to hurt. If you are suffering the pain of addiction, eating disorders, depression, or relationship problems- I can help. The goal is to enjoy life again and become the person you were destined to be. YOU remain in control during treatment.
(803) 216-0850
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Nancy G Darby, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, MAC, DOTSAP, NRCSAE
“I am a marriage and family therapist and addictions counselor practicing in Irmo and Columbia, South Carolina since 1980. I specialize in couples counseling, family concerns, addictions, recovery and therapeutic use of hypnosis if indicated. More practices are opting out of insurance and Whole Life Concepts is moving in that direction. However the big difference is that many practices continue to charge you the same fee schedule of $100-$150 per hour to be paid by you at time of service then you must file your own insurance. Whole Life Concepts has returned to the basics of $65-$70 per hour self-pay regardless if it's counseling, group sessions, hypnotherapy or providing letters, forms, documents or record copies required for attorneys, employers, law enforcement, Social Services etc. At these low fees insurance filing may not be even necessary for many ,but we'll help clients try to maximize their care dollars. Please visit my website and may you find peace with help from family, significant others, therapists and even from above.
(803) 675-5560
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
Elizabeth Leaphart, Counselor  in Columbia
“Bloom Hypnosis Center is Columbia's Hypnofertility® and Hypnobirth® practice for women, specializing in aligning the mind and body through hypnosis for conception, pregnancy, and birthing success. With fourteen years of mental health, counseling, and social service experience, Elizabeth offers a safe, supportive retreat for sharing your life and realizing your goals. Whether your first child or growing your family, Bloom Hypnosis Center will support you throughout your natural or medically assisted fertility process, as well as offering continued sessions in pregnancy, birth, and afterbirth with healing, lactation, and bonding.
(803) 937-1198
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Nicole Alexander, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment for you to sort through your concerns and gain insight into your experiences. I will work in collaboration with you to determine a treatment that best suits your needs and preferences. I am trained as a generalist and feel comfortable working with a wide range of concerns. Over the past 10 years, however, I have pursued specific training and experience in the area of eating disorders, to include working in a multilevel treatment program devoted to eating disorder recovery.
(803) 591-9081
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Fredric Mau, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, Mau, LPC, DMin, MA, MDiv
“My approach to counseling is different in three major ways: (1) I focus on solutions in order to help you - this is a positive, future rather than past oriented approach. (2) I work on a brief therapy model which is designed to help you address specific issues in short periods of time, typically 3 to 9 weeks. (3) I believe emotion drives behavior; most therapy focuses on cognitive change, but you can know what you need to do, and still not have it happen. The goal here is to help healthier behaviors and beliefs to become emotionally comfortable habits.
(803) 212-0329
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Elizabeth Sweat, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MRC, LPC, CAC, II, CRC
“Hello! I'm glad you stopped at my webpage. In my practice, I strive to treat my clients with dignity, respect, and compassion. I am here to help my clients face their issues, and learn new coping skills for problematic situations. This is the foundation of a more balanced life, but like anything else worth having in life, you have to work at it.
(803) 692-1911
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Tim Bedford, Counselor  in Columbia
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples to overcome the challenges they face. It is my belief that healing and growth are always possible and that these are ongoing processes. Sometimes, we may need a little help and support through this process. I strive to make therapy a safe place for people to explore and gain greater insights into what is actually occurring within themselves and their relationships, and to discover new ways of experiencing themselves, others, and the world.
(803) 610-4057
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Deana Caldwell, Counselor  in Columbia
“I primarily use a person centered approach when working with clients. This form of therapy involves the client in every aspect of their problem solving, development of coping skills and/or healing process and puts them in control of reaching their goals. As a counselor I believe my role is to assist clients in developing deeper insight into themselves, the area of concern as well as the possibilities for growth and change. Being empathetic and accepting of my clients promotes this collaborative effort.
(803) 426-3425
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Suzanne Snyder, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hi! I am glad you stopped by my page. I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults. I focus on helping people deal with Depression, Anxiety, and Behavioral Issues. If you are looking to work on issues, change behaviors or need to have someone listen to your issues, then I may be the therapist for you. Please feel free to email me or call me with any questions. I look forward to working with you.
(803) 339-9914
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Kimberly Watt-Brockington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LISW-CP
“At Positive Results Counseling Services I utilize the Solution-Focused/Strength Based Approach to therapy. Strength is the ability to produce positive results in in one's life. It is my philosophy at Positive Results Counseling Services that being positive is not pretending there are no disappointments, hardships, or struggles in life. It is learning/knowing that with effective coping skills, insight, and support you can overcome your negative life experiences and create more positive life experiences. These negative circumstances may be depression, victimization, results of poor anger management skills, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, loss/grief or unhealthy relationships.
(803) 636-2736
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Jim H. Hutcheson, Ph.D., Counselor  in Columbia
“Life is hard and it hurts. Loss of loved ones, broken dreams, shipwrecked relationships, or a stream of tragic choices can sometimes take a toll that makes life hardly worth living. Finding our way when we have lost heart can be far darker than enduring a few bad days. Friends can lend support, and medication can help improve mood, but even those may not be enough to let in the light. It often takes telling our story, feeling deeply understood, and seeing with wiser eyes to begin a better way of being. My role is to help that healing to happen.
(803) 666-8147
Columbia, South Carolina 29201

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