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Therapists in Nashville

Olivia McGehee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples whose life experience has become a challenge. Perhaps the struggle is a loss, a life transition, increased anxiety, depression, or relationship discouragement. My aim is to bring direction to the situation because direction gives hope and motivation. Insights and understandings can be helpful but change requires a shift in thoughts and actions.
(615) 454-9169
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Stephanie Piper, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT
“I have a sincere compassion for individuals, marriages, and families that are hurting. Stephanie Piper Counseling Services was established for the purpose of creating a safe and nurturing environment for all individuals that may feel stuck and are not able to move forward as well as assist in discovering hope within self. Such wholeness is directed towards helping individuals achieve productive lifestyles within their families and communities.
(615) 673-4861
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Linda Wirth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you find yourself stuck in a cycle of frustrating, unfulfilling thoughts, feelings or behavior patterns? Are you ready to find some new, more effective ways to increase your life satisfaction? Would you like to increase your self-awareness and understanding and develop some new coping strategies? Are you looking for a therapist who can be supportive as well as open, direct and an active participant in the change process?
(615) 338-5306
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Allison McDonald  in Nashville
“I chose to become a counselor because there is a great deal of hurt and pain in the world, but not many effective resources for healing. I have seen many hurt and angry people genuinely desire change but feel so stuck, they don't even know where to begin. Throughout my journey to become a counselor, I have learned that sometimes hope can be really hard to believe in and change can be really difficult. However, when hope is found it can be a great source of strength. When change is sought after, the stuck feeling begins to loosen and the true healing begins.
(615) 454-9983
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Sally Corlew  in Nashville
“I work with couples and individuals and see pain, conflict, and confusion as very organic signals for a need for healing - not a lot different than physical pain, swelling, or fever. I offer the safety and space to come just as you are with all of those things. You'll find the support to explore what's holding you back so you can pursue the full extent of personal and relational potential.
(615) 696-6839
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Kimberly L Simpson, Counselor  in Nashville
“I work to create a safe environment where you can come and explore the layers of beliefs, behaviors, and memories and then move towards your true self. To experience greater freedom, we look at life patterns and work together to understand and name overwhelming struggles and unnoticed strengths. I work with a variety of clients who come in with relationship issues, symptoms of anxiety or depression, issues around eating and eating disorders, childhood and family problems, and a history of trauma.
(615) 323-2207
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Beth Barnard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am honored that your are considering me to be your therapist. With time, by curiously hearing and understanding your life story through our professional relationship, I hope to unburden you of your pain and help you remove road blocks which might be keeping you from experiencing greater fulfillment.
(615) 807-0935
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
“I've been a practicing clinical psychologist for 35 years, always in private practice here in Nashville. I love what I do and look forward to working with people, be it short-term or long term. I consider myself a curious, interested, and empathic listener but I also don't mind givng feedback when relevant. My style is more conversational than silent generally.
(615) 673-4735
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Melissa T. Greene, LPC-MHSP, Counselor  in Nashville
“Beginning the process of therapy can be both scary and exciting, but having a confident guide can make the journey much easier. I have been providing treatment to children and adults for 14 years, and I've always enjoyed getting to walk alongside my clients through their process of change. Over the years, I've developed a great respect for how our relationship is critical in helping you achieve your goals. I also have an appreciation for the unique needs of children and teens in therapy and have been successful in helping this special population achieve balance and wholeness.
(615) 237-5870
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Lisa Henderson, Counselor  in Nashville
“The components of living a happy, healthy life are nutritious food, regular exercise, fulfilling relationships, and a sense of purpose. Are you finding it difficult to live according to these principles? Do you put it off until tomorrow, whenever tomorrow may be? I help adolescents and adults initiate change. The negative beliefs you have about yourself, unhealthy relationships you are stuck in, and old habits that hold you back from reaching your potential can be addressed. I use an integrative mind, body, spirit approach to help achieve lasting change in your life. Balance, perspective, and happiness are interrelated.
(615) 745-3614
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Ralph S Childs, Counselor  in Nashville
“Do you want HOPE, COMFORT, UNDERSTANDING, and PEACE of MIND? A professional who really listens and offers hope? Someone to help you make a life-changing decision about work, family, or a special relationship? A good therapist loves people and what he does; helping clients regain hope. I can give you the tools that will teach you how to make yourself feel better. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC/MHSP), a certified Reality Therapist (Glasser), a National Certified Counselor, a Certified Mindful Coach, and a Life/Creativity Coach.
(423) 438-3153
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Lynnette Davidson, Counselor  in Nashville
“Welcome! I'm so glad you've found your way here. As a professional counselor and life coach, my goal is to help you find delight in who you truly are and to lean into hope-filled possibilities for life. I invite you to start--or to continue, with more support--working toward the life you want to have and the person you want to be. My challenge to you? Begin. Now. Take one small step and then another and another and another. This is the way to build a life. I'd be honored to help you with yours.
(615) 829-8103
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Joseph M Sharpe, Psychiatrist  in Nashville
“I graduated from the University of Tennessee, Memphis medical school in 1999 and then continued my training in psychiatry at Duke University where I served as chief resident of the Duke Inpatient service. I have been a private practicing psychiatrist in Nashville for 10 yrs. I provide therapy and medication management for personality disorders, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, sleeping disorders, addiction and attention deficit disorder. Medications are important but are not necessary in every case. I believe that through education, therapy, counseling, and sometimes medication everyone can return to their previous level of functioning and enjoy life to the fullest.
(615) 673-4209
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
“My specialty is working with couples. I only see couples. I can help with almost all types of relationship problems. I believe these problems stem from the same core issues and I am well-equipped to help you uncover them and learn how to to change the impact they have on your relationship.
(615) 651-6942
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Kathryn Galbraith, Psychologist  in Nashville
“Thank you for your consideration of my practice. I especially welcome your interest as the process and outcome of therapy are so connected to the therapy relationship itself. It is my experience that therapy is most helpful when it includes three elements-a highly competent and ethical therapist, a motivated client, and a collaborative and trusting relationship. The latter is essential because it creates the safe and supportive context which fosters enduring growth and change. My approach is integrative, embracing all aspects of the person, and always focused on the unique needs and hopes of my client.
(615) 671-4062
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Andrea Pizzano, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT
“I work with depression, anxiety, self esteem, addiction, pre-marital, marital/relationship conflict, divorce adjustment, loss or grief, life transitions and spirituality. My areas of concentration are in Family of Origin Issues, PTSD & Trauma and ADHD. My methodology to therapy and treatment is based on a family systems approach and includes insight focused therapies. I use cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic, structural and solution focused models as well as experiential and holistic modalities in my work with clients.
(615) 209-9195
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Ellen Wilkins, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT, PT
“Are you struggling with a difficult, significant person in your life? Do you stuff your feelings, trying to keep the peace then, in frustration, overreact? I have a passion for healthy relationships and believe a strong, therapeutic relationship can provide the context for transformative healing & growth. I work well with people who feel stuck in the way they handle conflict-either avoiding it or repeating unhealthy patterns or behaviors. I can help you expand your awareness about how the past is effecting the present so you can respond to those you love without losing yourself.
(615) 308-8680
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Thurston Moore, Counselor  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DPh, LPC-MHS, MAC, SAP
“I have practiced psychotherapy for mental health and substance abuse for the past twelve years. I previously practiced pharmacy for more than twenty-five years. I work with individuals, couples, and families. I believe in a Holistic approach, addressing physical, mental, and spiritual health. My therapeutic approach can best be described as eclectic in that I borrow from a variety of disciplines. I often combine 12-Step Principles where appropriate. I offer a non-12 approach to recovery based on the SMART Recovery program. Positive life changes are related to positive changes in behaviors and thought content/processes.
(615) 654-6677
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Barbara Sanders, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
“Psychotherapy is a healing process that can help you achieve your potential while experiencing less distress than you feel now. Therapy can be supportive and motivating while we work together in a safe space that is non-judgmental, nurturing, and clarifying. If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationships, at work, at home, physically, or inside yourself, you can feel better. If you have experienced some trauma, loss or extreme stress, I can help you. I work with clients who are depressed, anxious, and sometimes fearful, as well as with those who feel stuck in their lives.
(615) 414-2553
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Glenda Reagan  in Nashville
“With compassion and understanding, I work with individuals and couples who feel stuck or paralyzed by challenges that seem overwhelming. These challenges may include depression, anxiety, grief, broken marriages or fractured relationships. I have a passion for helping people who are going through difficult life transitions. Working together with my clients, I can help them find acceptance, grieve the loss of the old life and restore hope for the future. I especially enjoy working with children and parents to help them navigate through the pain of divorce and life after divorce.
(615) 285-4980
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
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