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Therapists in Birmingham

Samaritan Counseling Centers of Birmingham, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Samaritan Counseling Center has several counselors on staff to address a variety of mental health concerns. We have offices in Inverness, Homewood, Pelham, Alabaster, Montevallo, and Gate City. Each of our counselors is licensed by the state of Alabama to provide counseling services. We accept clients age 5 and up, and work with children, individuals, couples, or families. If you have questions about Samaritan Counseling Center or the counseling process, please call. We will do our best to assist you!
(205) 618-8721
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Leigh Miller Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Birmingham
“Seeking counseling is a very personal decision. Finding the right provider can be the most important step in the healing process. I believe I have helped so many clients because I use an array of tools and methods which I tailor to a client's unique goals. My approach is to work hard to understand a client's perspective and values. Sometimes this means helping the client explore and discover what that is for themselves. I lead AND follow - I may prompt, encourage, and confront, but I follow a client's pace (willingness and readiness) to delve into the issues.
(205) 291-0143
Birmingham, Alabama 35244
Rachel Fry, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“My goal in my practice is to provide a safe, supportive place where clients can explore issues they are facing. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a B.A. from Samford University, Masters and Doctorate degrees from the University of Alabama. I completed my internship at the Birmingham VA/UAB Department of Psychiatric Medicine. My graduate school training focused on chronic pain, cardiac rehabilitation, developing/implementing health education campaigns and weight loss. I also specialize in depression, anxiety, life transitions, infertility, working with adolescents and parents on communication/building bonds, life/work balance, managing chronic illness, and couples therapy.
(205) 623-2409
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
“An ideal client is aware of his/her pain and struggles, and motivated to understand him/herself, patterns and themes over the lifetime, and to do the work to develop insight, coping skills, compassion for self and others, and the creation of a new normal, freed from the pain that has you stuck, today.
(248) 817-8398
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Tracey L Stulberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who has successfully treated couples, families and individuals for over 25 years. Using Brief therapy, I help you learn new ways to successfully work through life's critical issues in as few as 10 sessions. How does Brief therapy work? Sessions are client focused and solution directed. You collaborate with me in creating desired goals then actively participate in homework directed to test and fine- tune skills used to resolve issues and achieve those goals. Therefore, therapy becomes more efficient and effective. Most clients successfully resolve their issues in 5 - 10 sessions!!
(248) 277-5363
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Andrea Mathews, LPC, LLC, Counselor  in Birmingham
“With over 30 years' experience in the human service field,the past 17 in a thriving solo private practice, working with and supervising others in working with a variety of diagnoses, my experience has led me to some special approaches to therapy. The Transpersonal approach allows me to assist clients in finding and living the Authentic Self. The Cognitive approach works to assist the individual in changing beliefs about self, other and life which stand in the way of healthy, happy living. Individual personal and interpersonal development and couples therapy (including alternative relationships) are special areas of interest.
(205) 216-5074
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
Deborah Harms, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“I have over twenty years of experience working with relationship problems, anxiety and depression. I focus my treatment plan on your needs and goals to help you achieve your desired results. I create a warm and inviting environment where you can confide personal issues with absolute trust.. I appreciate how difficult it can be to confide in health professionals. I try to work in an collaborative manner to help clients overcome internal obstacles and make use of opportunities. I understand the demands of today's world, its constant stressors, and the loneliness that can result from living in our world.
(248) 556-2928
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
David P. Stanislaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, BCD
“You are likely considering therapy or counseling for yourself, a family member, or a friend. A person considers treatment for two reasons. Either you are reacting to an immediate event or crisis in your life, or have been thinking about addressing ongoing issues. My approach to therapy is empathic, interactive and rooted in time-tested techniques that produce deep, long-lasting change. Numerous studies have shown that results in therapy have less to do with a particular "brand" of therapy, and more to do with an outgrowth of the quality of relationship between a skilled practitioner and an invested patient.
(248) 579-4756
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Judith M Paskiewicz, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“Be more at ease with yourself and in your relationships. Be better able to expand your life and experience more enjoyment. Decreased anxiety and improved mood are essential to unlocking these possibilities. You can develop tools for resolving present issues and ongoing struggles. I am an experienced therapist who works with a wide range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, situational stress, and issues that arise with life changes and challenges. I provide a warm, safe setting for expression of my clients' concerns. I work in a collaborative format toward understanding self, moving through issues, and working toward goals.
(248) 636-1315
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
“Although I wish you were not in a position to need/want my services, I am glad to be able to provide them if necessary. After more than 20 years of practicing as a psychiatrist and over 15 as a psychoanalyst, we should be able to deal with your serious concerns in confidence. I understand that most in need of intensive psychodynamic/psychoanalytic treatment have active lives, something that will be taken into account. Thanks to all those at Psychology Today for offering me this service, a way to get in touch with as many people as possible.
(248) 644-5335
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Amber Parris Lamberth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PIP
“My passion is working with individuals who struggle with eating disorders, sex/love addiction, self-harm, relationship issues, and trauma. I believe that a complete recovery and personal freedom is possible. I utilize multiple treatment modalities emphasizing a holistic approach of addressing ones' emotional, relational, cognitive, and spiritual needs.
(256) 400-2112
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Laura M. O'Loughlin, Counselor  in Birmingham
“**SPECIAL OFFER: 5 SESSIONS for $250** Early morning, evening, and weekend appointments available but limited. Positive mental health is more than just the absence of mental illness; it is the presence of physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social balance and wellness. I provide confidential counseling services to meet the needs of individuals experiencing mental health difficulties related to mental illness, challenging life stressors or major life events including the following: depression/mood disorder, anxiety, OCD, phobias, adjustment issues, relationship problems, career issues, substance disorders, eating disorders, grief and loss, and trauma. I offer a holistic, integrative approach to therapeutic intervention.
(205) 533-6255
Birmingham, Alabama 35226
Sydney Reiter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, BCD
“Finding the best individual and marriage therapist for you can seem daunting. Talking to us, asking questions, paying attention to your feelings and intuition, all help. My 30 years experience as a compassionate, well-trained, actively involved psychotherapist gives me the background and skills to support you in achieving your goals, which might include: resolving immediate symptoms and issues; recognizing and appreciating your core strengths; developing deeper self awareness and acceptance; and learning the skills of 'mindfulness' and empowered, effective communication. I am experienced in working with the newer spiritual growth paradigms, as in the work of Eckhart Tolle.
(248) 646-5880
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
“I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor, extensive experience in mental health, substance abuse & spiritual issues as a Chaplain/Pastoral Counselor. I hold two Masters Degrees: Master of Divinity in Pastoral Care/Counseling & Master of Education in Counseling/Guidance. Worked over 10 years with adults & now am expanding into work with children/adolescents. Enjoy working with people in building their self-esteem, exploring impact of families of origin on their current functioning, & helping persons connect with their identity/purpose, using various modalities. I enjoy using Sandplay Therapy & other creative methods. I invite you to contact me to help you discover your strengths & build coping tools.
(205) 928-3834
Birmingham, Alabama 35243
Elizabeth Kilgore Lawson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
“I understand that entering therapy is a very difficult decision and one that you may have been thinking about for some time. My initial goal would be to make sure that working with me would be a good fit for you. I hope to provide you with a warm, kind, and genuine environment. My goal in therapy is to help move you through these difficult times, teach you the tools you need to cope with life's stressors, and assist you in becoming the healthiest person you can be, physically and emotionally.
(205) 224-0619
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
“My unique therapeutic philosophy of treatment includes the evidence based practices of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindful Based Cognitive Therapy,Mindful Based Stress Reduction and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. My client-centered approach includes standard office visits as well as a natural setting approach for private individuals or group equine therapy or a combination depending on the clients specific wants and needs.
(205) 315-4590
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Sydne J Stone, Counselor  in Birmingham
“As a normal part of life, we run into unexpected transitions, stresses and losses. Relationship changes, work stress and health issues can create very uncomfortable feelings, physical problems, and we can even start behaving in ways that are not in line with how we want to go through this life. Counseling can help! I believe each human being can access the resources to live authentically and with integrity. I work cooperatively with clients to identify helpful means to reach each individual, couple or family's unique goals. I look forward to hearing from you.
(205) 703-2253
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
Marcie W Zoref, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“I provide child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy and treat individuals and families. Comprehensive experience with depression, anxiety and OCD, sexual abuse, eating disorders, substance abuse, self-esteem, relationship issues and behavioral problems. I also conduct psychological testing, including the need for standardized testing and classroom accommodations, IQ, ADHD, learning disabilities, information processing, achievement/academic, personality and emotional functioning, substance abuse evaluations and medical/legal issues. Theoretical orientation is primarily psychodynamic with some cognitive-behavioral and family systems. I am in network with various insurance companies and will offer sliding scale when indicated.
(248) 955-5108
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
Zanaida Ruth Griffin, Psychologist  in Birmingham
“I work with adults, adolescents, and couples. My specialties include mood disorders and self-esteem building. Most of my clients are interested in insight oriented therapy and frequently are experiencing life transition issues such as divorce, young adult transition, midlife transition, remarriage, retirement, and late adult transition. I utilize an eclectic style of psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral, and insight oriented theory in facilitating clients to realize and create their life of choice.
(205) 928-6836
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
Richard Yoakum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Birmingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPC-S
“Weekend and after-hour appointments. Anxiety, depressed feelings, marital, family/relationship issues, grief and loss, spiritual, substance abuse. Adults and teenagers.
(205) 683-2647 x156
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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