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Therapists in San Antonio

Donna Clark Stutes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC
“I am a collaboratively oriented counselor. I believe that successful change is dependent on your enthusiastic participation in the process. I see myself as a sort of guide and someone who can offer alternative perspectives which may lead you to new ways of thinking about and acting on your circumstances. I believe that ultimately you contain the solutions to the things you bring to therapy. I will do my best to help you access those solutions and find your best possible outcome.
(210) 762-5087
San Antonio, Texas 78232
New Beginnings Christian Counseling Clinic, Counselor  in San Antonio
“New Beginnings offers a unique counseling program with a strong balance of clinical and spiritual care. Our program is deeply rooted in traditional Christian values and incorporates clear and proven biblically-based principles for living. A vital part of the New Beginnings' difference is centered around helping clients identify and develop a proper motivation for change in their lives which comes through a reliance upon Christ and what Scripture tells us. New Beginnings is committed to a high-quality, Christ-centered, biblically based philosophy of treatment. This includes complete assessment and evaluation services and a well rounded outpatient program.
(210) 714-1933
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Annie Viers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC-S, LMFT
“I help clients seek balance in their life by using a comprehensive approach to therapy. I am a firm believer that it takes dedication and commitment on behalf of the client AND the therapist to create change. Together, we develop a specialized plan that is designed for you so that you can maximize your investment of time and money. Between relationships, families and jobs, life can be complicated and confusing which can lead to depression and/or anxiety. With my help, you can attempt to find a new perspective in a warm, caring, and often light-hearted environment.
(210) 255-2030
San Antonio, Texas 78247
Maria Eugenia Quevedo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT, RPT
“Finding ourselves in challenging moments is a natural and normal part of our life journey. Difficult experiences, however, present us with enormous opportunities for growth and development. Therapy can become the avenue where individuals, couples and children can discover their inner resources to overcome these challenges. In my practice I implement and believe in the power of the client/child-centered approach, as well as the effectiveness of cognitive/ behavioral therapy, experiential techniques (sandtray therapy and art), hypnotherapy/imagery, and the magical power of play therapy with children and families.
(915) 213-7068
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Serena Watts-Kumar, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Welcome! I believe that therapy should be about helping to create lasting insights that will help change your life and relationships and bring you to a happier, more peaceful place. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and completed my Masters degree in Professional Counseling at Argosy University in Atlanta Georgia. Before moving to Texas I worked with children, adolescents and families at River Edge Behavioral Health Center for 6 years. During this time I focused on teens and children facing school and behavioral concerns along with their families.
(210) 757-4968
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Carol Walter, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Crossroads Christian Counseling addresses the integration of the whole person -- spiritual, mental, physical, relational, and emotional -- and recognizes the reality of a caring and active God who provides insight and wisdom in our daily walk.
(210) 978-0702
San Antonio, Texas 78213
Migdalia Sosa Pierce, Counselor  in San Antonio
“For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a therapist. I truly enjoy working with my clients and am passionate about helping others through tough times in their lives. The therapeutic relationship is a unique relationship in itself that alone can be healing. I have worked with a great variety of problems and would be honored to work with you.
(210) 348-3850
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Edward Pacetti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are feeling tired or overwhelmed? I am a good listener and can help you seek solutions to issues of concern. With 20 years of experience in the field of Behavioral Health. I am an advocate for all Persons with Disability and Human Rights issues. I want to work with you to point out your successes and work towards solutions to whatever is troubling. Optional in home visits within the San Antonio Area or visit my Fredericksburg Office.
(210) 762-6356
San Antonio, Texas 78201
Darrell Garcia Parsons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Having problems that you just don't know how to solve? It takes courage and strength to seek help. Congratulations on taking that first step. I have been working in the mental health sector for 17 years; providing guidance and help for mental and emotional problems, family problems, relationship issues, work problems, LGBT issues, addictions, and behavioral issues in a safe, comfortable and non-judgmental environment. I listen to my clients needs and concerns and provide constructive feedback to help them begin their journey to health and recovery. I would be honored to assist you. Please visit my facebook page:
(210) 827-1517
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Donald Aulner, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I've never been one for flowery statements or colorful phrases when describing my counseling practice. My focus is on you-the client and what you're looking for. Motivated clients usually do best, but anyone with a desire to live a better life can achieve great results. Sometimes we just have to put the behavior in front of the feeling. Nothing comes easy and there are no special shortcuts. If you want a more meaningful life and are willing to work for it, then I would like to meet with you and work out a plan for success.
(210) 702-3080
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Javier (Javi) Villanueva, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“You care about quality. You want someone to provide care for youself or your loved one; someone with whom you feel comfortable; someone you can learn to trust. My approach to treatment is twofold: addressing the symptoms of distress, and seeking resolution for the root cause of that distress. This means something different for everybody, but by helping me understand your life conditions, I can help you create your path to both immediate and lasting relief.
(210) 849-1244
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Sarah Beth Rodriguez  in San Antonio
“If you are ready for change, then I am ready to help you. I work with a wide variety of Individuals dealing with relationship issues, grief, trauma, personality disorders and lifes issues. Being a military wife for 20 years I understand the difficulties of deployment and separation. It is important for you to feel safe and comfortable in the therapeutic environment and I believe that Crystal Counseling offers that to its clients. Counseling sessions are conducted in a confidential, discreet setting. As a Christian I rely on the Holy Spirit to guide me through the process of helping you reach a place of healing.
(210) 585-2937
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Counseling4Survivors, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Counseling4Survivors was established after our own experiences of having cancer and caring for a loved one with cancer. We recognize the psychosocial needs of those impacted by cancer are not completely addressed in the doctor's office. Thus, patients with cancer, and their families, are left to resolve the emotional, relational, occupational, and spiritual set backs of such a complex medical health condition, on their own. And, since cancer does not seem to care when it intersects one's life, other life issues that preceded or occurred during a cancer experience, may also compound these set backs, resulting in a very challenging recovery experience.
(210) 960-8527
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Thomas Paige/Mower Counseling & Consulting, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
“I am a retired Army Veteran experienced in working with individuals, couples and families who are having difficulty coping with depression, domestic violence, stress, anger and grief. Weekend appointments are available and encouraged. My personal goal is to be a solution to the many military personnel regardless of status in finding the way back to living a healthy and happy life rather than settling for defeat. Special rates are available for Wounded Warriors. Sliding scale for under-employed.
(210) 618-0155
San Antonio, Texas 78239
Mark Steege, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LPC
“I am a retired AF Chaplain who specializes in sexual dysfunction and relationship counseling. I also work with sexual addictions and sexual abuse. I have a strong faith but no need to preach. I begin therapy with where the client is rather than trying to figure out how they got there.
(210) 702-2302
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Martin V Bendernagel, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Many people are hurting and seek help with relationship issues, with their spouse, and other family members; I strive to help restore marriage and family relationships. Common problems that clients bring to me include relationship problems, depression, anxiety, grief, past trauma, child behavior problems, addictions, and having problems adjusting to changes in life. I practice spiritually-integrated counseling from a Christian worldview.
(210) 714-1805
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Jacqueline P Parsons, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Everyone experiences life's challenges. Not everyone needs a diagnosis when going through a solvable situation. Sometimes you just need to sit down with a counselor that respects and wants to work with you based on your strengths. Dr. Parsons knows how to negotiate complicated lives and help them to become successful and happy, based on both training and experience. Dr. Parsons is the mom of a special needs son, an active duty military enlisted member, 2 LGBT children, a combined family of 7 children (They're grown!), and spouse to a retired military officer. It's all about love!
(210) 881-7907
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Faith G Harper, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Are you struggling with relationships, intimacy, and sexual expression? I offer short term therapy related to these issues...helping individuals and couples feel good about their intimacy experiences again! I have a substantial amount of training in trauma-informed care, but intimacy issues can arise for many different reasons. Medical diagnoses; pregnancy and post-partum issues; and the natural aging process can all affect our ability to enjoy that part of our lives and there is so much shame attached to these experiences we often don't seek help. I offer a safe space and practical solutions.
(210) 762-4603
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Jeannette C Santos, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Seeking guidance by way of counseling is a big first step. It represents the beginning of a collaborative process, between the client and the therapist, towards hope and healing. I offer counseling and guidance in an atmosphere of compassion and trust, respecting the dignity and diversity of all human beings.
(210) 239-9285
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Lindsey Wright  in San Antonio
“My hope is to serve as a listening ear, a trustworthy guide, and an objective perspective to people who want to overcome struggles, shed burdens, gain insight and move forward in peace. I provide counseling services for individuals, couples and children. Specifically, I specialize in working with young adults and married couples. If you need help navigating the chaos of life or want to work through issues from the past, I can help. I believe that each of us has the ability to move forward in courage if we are given the necessary tools, time and space to do so.
(214) 306-8602
San Antonio, Texas 78247
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