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Therapists in Anchorage

Stephanie McMillian, Counselor  in Anchorage
“I work collaboratively with you to help you realize and build upon your strengths and resources, inner and outer, to get you on back on path to wellness and joy. I take an eclectic approach, that is, using individually tailored tools that resonate with you, assisting you to use your own strengths to feel better about yourself.
(907) 229-9926
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Michael DeMolina, Counselor  in Anchorage
“Hi! I've been providing counseling services for Alaskans since 1988. Whether the focus is on marriage and family relationships and communication, or issues like depession, anxiety, addictions or PTSD, the Wisdom treatment team and I provide highly respectful, confidential and individualized treatment choices for you or your family member.
(907) 770-3656
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
Tezlyn "Sam" Clark, Counselor  in Anchorage
“"Freedom is what you do with what has been done to you," (Jean-Paul Sartre). We all have had things done to us. These things do not define us - the key is what we do with them afterward. I believe each and every person has what they need right inside of them; thus my job is not to fix or change, but to teach the skills to help you tap into that inner source. The answers you are looking for are available and can be found.
(907) 278-9355
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Joseph P Bablonka, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“My primary focus is to respectfully help you identify and deal with your concerns. Recovery from, or better management of anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, bereavement, phobias, transition and pain management are central areas of my practice. My approach is eclectic. After consultation with you, we will move forward with what will work best for you. I use my experience and knowledge as a clinical and consulting psychologist to help you more effectively manage, resolve or confront, emotional, behavioral and cognitive concerns. I enjoy working in both psychotherapeutic and organizational environments.
(907) 227-9477
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Caroline Blair, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“I have worked with individuals across the life span, with a primary focus on working with adolescents and young adults. I have experience working with both developmentally normal challenges as well as more complex behavioral concerns related to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, disruptive behaviors, substance use and trauma. Recognizing that adolescence is a stage of pivotal change, my area of expertise is in working with adolescents as they move through school and into young adulthood. I work with more complex needs related to peers, sexuality, eating disorders and self-harm behaviors.
(907) 331-0973
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Michael Aanavi, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“As both a clinical psychologist and a licensed acupuncturist, I offer depth psychotherapy and acupuncture--either separately or in an integrative approach. The focus of my practice is on chronic and recurrent conditions, whether primarily psychological (depression, anxiety, trauma & PTSD, intergenerational trauma, addiction & alcoholism recovery, and many other emotional and mental health concerns), primarily physical (chronic pain, migraines, fatigue & low energy, and a variety of other somatic concerns), or conditions involving an interaction of mind and body (stress-related issues, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome/IBS, fibromyalgia, and many other 'mind-body' concerns).
(907) 297-8590
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
“My style as a therapist can best be described as eclectic, as I draw from a variety of techniques and theoretical orientations. That being said I tend to be highly client centered, which means I assume clients are the authorities about their own systems. In therapy, it's my job to describe what the science of psychology has to offer given the presenting problem and my professional experience in the area. However, it's my clients who get to decide how this information is applicable to their lives. More about my therapeutic orientation can be found on my website: www.reynoldstherapy.com
(907) 279-9274
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Julie Perez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy comes from the belief that within each of us is an inner wisdom, that when accessed will guide us to new insights, answers, relief and even healing from our burdens and struggles. I believe each of us was designed to find healing, when we do our own, honest "soul searching" or inner exploration. Richard Schwartz, developer of the Internal Family Systems model, stumbled upon an approach to navigating our internal systems through work with his clients. He discovered that we all possess qualities positive when connected to this source of inner wisdom.
(907) 227-5631
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
“The Couples Center of Alaska serves all couples. Any couple who desires to strengthen their interpersonal relationship can find the support they need at the center. This is a unique organization in Alaska that is focused on increasing services for couples. Our common vision is that healthy functioning couples provide a home environment in which children can thrive and grow to be healthy, independent, productive adults who will build a strong, healthy society for generations to come.
(907) 891-7113
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Mike Blakey,   in Anchorage
“I am a therapist with Greatland Clinical Associates which is a private clinic located in mid-town Anchorage. As a therapist, I strive to provide a supportive, respectful and collaborative therapeutic environment where you can fully explore your concerns, challenges, and values. I support the humanistic principles that people are best helped by a therapist who is psychologically present and establishes a therapeutic environment that is accepting, empathic, and authentic. The relationship the client and therapist build is itself an important agent of change and therefore, is an integral part of the therapy focus.
(907) 929-4009
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
L A Kelsey, Counselor  in Anchorage
“Respectful, supportive positive counseling and symptom management (CBT) techniques so you can see improvement quickly, feel in control, improvement/ manage your outcomes in relationships, work/career or performance (sports). Brief intensive therapy interventions that give you tools for success and that takes practice. Clients who do well want to be independent, yet are patient with themselves, journal and do homework" after and in between sessions and realize sometimes therapy is a marathon and not a sprint. I value your intuition and inner guidance system and help you fine tune those so hey are working well for you and your relationships.
Anchorage, Alaska 99523
Sarah H Leavitt, LPC, LLC, Counselor  in Anchorage
“As a counselor, I strive to create a non-judgmental, supportive, and respectful therapeutic relationship with each of my clients. I believe that it is crucial to be genuine and honest in therapy while providing a safe environment to process, understand and move through current issues to attain personal progress. Through our collaborative efforts, I hope that my clients will feel a renewed sense of direction, passion, and understanding as they move towards the future.
(907) 227-8001
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Shana Gibney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CDC-I
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and chemical dependency counselor in private practice in mid-town Anchorage. I specialize in working with adults and adolescents who are experiencing a wide range of concerns including: grief, loss, transitions, burn-out, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, low self esteem, addiction, and general life dissatisfaction. I have designed my therapy practice to be a sacred space where a person can find support while engaging in the process of change, healing, self-discovery and/or transformation.
(907) 341-4029
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
Claudia Behr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes you can see the demons clearly; they might be anxiety, persistent and unmanageable anger, depression or feelings of worthlessness. But sometimes you don't see them because they've become such a part of your life; then those demons may take the form of frequent struggles with a boss at work, a pervasive sense of emptiness, or a series of failed relationships. My work is about helping individuals and couples with their demons.
(907) 334-3378
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
John M. Fugett, Counselor  in Anchorage
“I work with adult individuals and couples 18 years and up. I am experienced in the treatment of Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and disorders associated with psychosis. I also work with individuals struggling with difficult life situations, helping them work through important decisions. Overcoming grief from the loss of loved ones or other devastating life change is also a focus of my practice. Often I treat individuals having difficulty coping with a variety of life's stressors. I enjoy working with couples to strengthen and build their relationship and to work through rough patches common to couples.
(907) 222-2503
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Karen M Cunningham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT-A
“I focus on the strengths inherent in each individual, couple, and family. My fundamental belief is that people are innately good and that psychological problems often stem from a rigid or outdated coping system. I stress each individual's growth and the importance of self-actualization. In couples' therapy, there is an emphasis on learning to listen to the emotional truth of the other, while gaining greater authenticity in expressing one's own truth. Through genuine appreciation of one another, couples can learn to re-create, or perhaps experience for the very first time, true understanding, connection, joy and love.
(907) 341-4062
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Donna Henry, Counselor  in Anchorage
“My name is Donna and I am here to provide a safe and supportive place for you to work on what is important to you. I believe change comes from inside and that support and guidance can help us reach our goals. I approach counseling from a strength-based perspective using cognitive-behavioral therapy and play therapy for younger clients. If you are having difficulty coping with life's problems, or experiencing a sense of unhappiness, choosing counseling is a brave choice. When we feel in control of our lives and less troubled, we feel better mentally, physically, and spiritually.
(907) 782-4553
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Katie Kajdan Bell, Counselor  in Anchorage
“An LPC and registered Art Therapist, I provide clinically rooted, creative interventions. I specialize in treating adolescents as well as adults, providing support and help through many issues including: anxiety, depression, social pressures, self-harm, PTSD, ADHD and more. The therapeutic approaches I use are well suited to working with many ages and needs, providing ways to process and communicate your experiences as well as learn skills to better navigate your world. Whether you are experiencing long term emotional or psychiatric pain, or the challenges of the complexity of life, I work with you to step into a brighter future.
(907) 331-6715
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Rhonda Pierlot, Counselor  in Anchorage
“I am a Chemical Dependency Counselor (CDCII) with 17 years of experience. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree specializing in Addictions and a Master of Science degree in Community Mental Health with an emphasis in Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health issues in conjunction with Addiction). I have worked in a wide variety of settings with both adolescents and adults. Prior to my work at Alaska Family Counseling, I worked at an Alternative High School, Outpatient and Inpatient drug treatment facilities, a State Hospital as well as a Community Mental Health Center.
(907) 312-5372
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Shawna L Ragan, Counselor  in Anchorage
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Alaska with over 12 years' experience in the field of mental health. I earned my Master's degree in Clinical Psychology as well as a Graduate Certificate in Children's Mental Health from the University of Alaska Anchorage. I have worked with children, teens, adults, and the elderly from various cultural backgrounds who were struggling with issues ranging from traumatic life events to difficulties coping with everyday stress.
(907) 891-8313
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

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