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Therapists in Columbia

Wendy K Graham, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hello, thanks for stopping by. I've always believed the best work in therapy occurs when there is an open, and positive relationship between the client & therapist. Feel free to contact me to see if we can work together.
(803) 720-5465
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Southeast Counseling & Consulting, LLC, Counselor  in Columbia
“Southeast Counseling & Consulting, LLC is a multi-disciplinary professional environment that is conducive to children, teens and adults of all ages. SCC is dedicated to providing services that will support and enhance the personal and professional development of our clients. There is a total commitment to assisting individuals as they respond to the challenges and opportunities of life. The counselors are dedicated to excellence in helping people achieve wellness, balance and success.
(803) 610-2049 x1
Columbia, South Carolina 29204
Sharon Givens,   in Columbia
LPCI, NCC, BCC, GCDF, MCC
“If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten. Are you looking for some positive changes in your life? It does not matter where you are, you are nowhere compared to where you can go. Therapy is an opportunity for individuals, couples and families to acquire skills to move along the continuum to a healthy and fulfilling life. During the therapeutic process individuals can learn more about themselves, change dysfunctional behavior patterns and increase emotional and social capital. Talking through struggles and issues and developing concrete tools for systemic change is my goal for a successful therapy experience.
(803) 349-3173
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Healing Path Counseling- Ellen P. Mitchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“Now accepting Tricare! The journey to healing begins with a single step! Are there things you would like to change in your life? Maybe arguing with your spouse or family is taking its toll. If you would like to feel better, your first step should be to contact me! Admitting you're struggling and asking for help can be hard. When things get tough a compassionate therapist can help. You can lead a more fulfilling, meaningful life!
(803) 251-6633
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Nancy C Beaver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LISW-CP
“If you are seeking counseling, you may have reached a turning point. I can help you find healing from painful life experiences and guide you in mending broken relationships. Counseling can aid in discernment when partners are torn between separation and reconciliation. Motivated partners can create a new relationship. Therapy may also be helpful if you are are experiencing stress, adjusting to changes, or searching for more joy and meaning in your life. Most people who call for an appointment are glad they did!
(803) 666-8579 x203
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Mary F Wilkins, Counselor  in Columbia
“My goal is to create a safe, trusting, and caring environment in which we will work together to identify and explore those concerns that may be prohibiting you from enjoying a more rewarding home life or from having healthier relationships. I aim to empower you with the necessary tools to promptly reach your goals. I provide couples, family, and/or individual therapy for a variety of issues.
(803) 223-7911
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
Donald Steve Hardin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdS, MSW, LISW-CP
“Psychotherapy can be a scary experience. It is important that the therapist be able to make the person seeking therapy feel as comfortable and as much at ease as possible. I believe that a therapist who displays a genuine self is most effective in working with others...no psychological babble, no hiding behind fancy office furniture and suit and ties and yes, using practical, everyday language with practical, every day problem solution. I am this kind of therapist...practical, down-to-earth, effective and affordable.
(803) 426-4019
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Nola Covington Burnette,   in Columbia
“My heart is to help people who are wounded & hurting become whole. This holistic approach incorporates the mental & physical well-being as well as the social & spiritual well-being of each person. My strengths are a sincere desire to serve those in need of help & a firm conviction that this is what God has called me to do.
(803) 937-3263
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Kristin Michelle Smith, Counselor  in Columbia
“I view our relationship as collaborative, and it is my duty to help you facilitate the understanding of yourself, your experiences, your culture, and your relationships. Counseling does not involve listening to problems but listening for solutions. My counseling philosophy has been heavily influenced by cognitive behavioral theory and systems theory. I believe in identifying the relationship among one's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I view the family as a system arranged around patterns and rules that dictate how the family and the individual members interact. While families are imperfect systems, they are our greatest source of meaning and connection.
(803) 675-7871
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Shelley McGeorge, Counselor  in Columbia
“Whether you are experiencing stress from your own problems, from your family and friends or in the workplace, I am interested in helping you sort through and understand your concerns, help you develop new skills to solve these difficulties, and then to try out these solutions until the intensity of your concerns feels less worrisome.
(803) 393-4217
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Catherine W Harman, Counselor  in Columbia
“I am committed to providing Evidenced-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to individuals, couples and families in a time effective and affordable manner. My goal is to help you become empowered to improve your life and your relationships by improving your coping skills, reducing negative thinking and learning to care for self. I have over 25 years in the mental health field. I have worked extensively with adults and adolescents who struggle with issues of depression, anxiety, anger managment, poor coping skills, relationship problems, and trauma.
(803) 610-2107
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
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
Bill Rogers, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CSAT, CMAT
“Within a confidential environment, I seek to provide a place where you can explore and restore stressful areas of your life. My focus is to help support you toward achieving recovery, healing and peace while providing solid tools that help you discover new ways of facing life's difficulties. Together, we can seek to halt the destruction of unhealthy patterns while bringing hope and healing to broken relationships, wounded hearts, and troubled lives. Regardless of current challenges, we can work together, step-by-step, to effectively help you move toward the next stage of growth.
(803) 853-4044
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Shawna M. Gwin, Counselor  in Columbia
“I genuinely love people and am passionate about helping them experience inner healing. Through providing a compassionate, non-judgmental, confidential environment, I hope to foster a safe relationship where people uncover hurts, discover strengths, and gain new perspectives in order to be empowered in their own lives.
(803) 893-0487
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Mary Ann St John  in Columbia
“I have an interest in helping individuals, couples, and groups seek wholeness, healing, and freedom through authentic, safe, and confidential relationships. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify therapy goals and a treatment plan. As we all deal with stress, one of my primary goals is to help my client(s) explore ways to achieve better self-care. Specifically, my therapeutic interests include working with adults experiencing mild to moderate depression, anxiety, grief & loss, life transitions, and relationship and spiritual difficulties. I also offer on-going groups, workshops, and counseling retreats on a variety of topics.
(803) 610-4128
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
David L. Watkins,   in Columbia
“Christian Coaching, Mentoring,consulting..YOU CAN LIVE WITH JOY AND PEACE! . I can help you get out of ruts, overcome frustrations, enhance communication skills,find solutions, and achieve peace of mind. We need support from others! Tiger Woods uses a golf coach to help improve his golf swing. Professional swimmers use a swimming coach to improve their swimming stroke. Personally, I use a life coach to add value to my life...and to yours!
(803) 610-2548
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Salley M Lesley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP, LMFT
“22 years of professional experience combined with almost 65 years of life experience bring important qualifications to my work. I am a wife, mother and grandmother, have experience with cancer, deep spirituality, and live a creative life. I work with individuals, couples, and families in an atmosphere of trust, compassion, and non-judgement. I believe we all have a deep desire in the soul to live a life that best expresses who we truly are, even when we get confused or lose our way. My high standands of integrity and ethics add the perfect ingredients for this important healing work.
(803) 223-7618 x206
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
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
Macie Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LSW, SW-G
“Alzheimer's disease affects 1 in 9 older adults. I am skilled in assisting families work through the world of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Columbia, South Carolina 29201

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