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Therapists in Bozeman

Dirk Schenck, Counselor  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, MS, EdM, CAGS
“If you are reading this, chances are you are not a struggling adolescent. In all likelihood, however, you are a parent or other caring adult, who is looking to help such an adolescent. Compared to adults, youth have fewer coping skills, less control over their environment and, sometimes, lack the capacity to work through what's bothering them.
(240) 724-2638
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Eating Disorder Center of Montana, Treatment Facility  in Bozeman
“The EDCMT is an intensive outpatient program (IOP) in Bozeman, MT and the only IOP in this and the surrounding three states. Co-directed by Jeni Gochin, LMFT, LCPC and Kim Lockwood, LCPC, we are a team of qualified and experienced professionals offering services for individuals and their families suffering from eating disorders. Our program offers between 6 and 12-hours of therapy a week, including; individual sessions of psychotherapy and nutritional counseling alongside lunchtime meal support sessions 3 x week, evening meal support/process group, DBT mindfulness and skills training groups as well as a monthly family support day for family or partners of those in the program. Our program offers members of our community an opportunity for intensive support as a means to prevent residential treatment and an environment to prevent relapse and reinforce the healing process for those returning from residential or PHP treatment.
(406) 686-0128
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Marvin Backer, Psychologist  in Bozeman
“I strongly believe that a major factor in successful therapy is developing a relationship that feels comfortable and safe. Trust is essential and that is why I emphasize openness and collaboration. Together we can accomplish wonderful growth. Might this be the time to delete old negative programming and to begin the process of reprogramming the new you? Could this be the time to finally deal with issues causing you anxiety, stress, depression and low self esteem? Would you like to become the person you really wish to be? If so, give me a call and we can begin our journey together.
(406) 204-4813
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Molly Painschab, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I believe in asking "what happened to you?" vs. "what is wrong with you?". I have 7+ years of experience working with individuals in a therapeutic setting, volunteering on a crisis hotline, and facilitating groups. I am a National Certified Counselor and have experience with the Criminal Justice System, Probation/Parole, court ordered mandates, primary and secondary sexual assault survivors, chemical dependency, co-dependency, anxiety, depression, and more.
(406) 534-0229
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Jeannie Moylan LCPC, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I am a christian counselor here for you; specializing in Family Systems Theory. This includes individual, couples, adolescent and parent-child relationships. I counsel and coach all ages either in town and/or at my equine center. I am Certified Part II EAGALA. This is an experiential approach that expedites insight and self awareness for groups and individuals. I also offer in-home family assessment and therapy. I diagnose and create a treatment plan that we will follow to your desired goals. I like to work as a team. I provide neutral feedback and guidance that is evidenced based and often-times motivational.
(406) 203-5099
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Neil Bricco, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I work with adults of all ages as well as adolescents with a variety of backgrounds and experiences to achieve deep and lasting change and personal growth. Building a trusting relationship is key to my therapeutic work. This allows each client to safely explore their inner world and gain insight into themselves and the world they are connecting with. General goals include healing emotional wounding, returning to wholeness and wisdom, reducing stress and negative emotional symptoms, identifying negative thoughts and beliefs to create healthy attitudes and behaviors.
(406) 646-2491
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Meredith Leavens Ries, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I offer compassionate, down-to-earth counseling in which I strive to build a collaborative therapeutic relationship. My practice specialty continues to be supporting individuals and couples with life adjustments, stress, relational/communication challenges, anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts/trust, repairing self and/or relationships, and self-esteem issues. I also have a passion for coaching/guiding individuals to discover, navigate, and reach both short and long term goals. Through counseling, mindful awareness, behavioral modifications, and lifestyle changes, it is possible to reclaim peace and joy in life. My role, as a therapist, is to help my clients find strength within themselves to acknowledge life challenges.
(406) 534-0714
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Jeni Gochin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LCPC
“http://jenigochin.com: I treat adolescents, young adults, and individuals struggling with internal/interpersonal conflicts. These can be issues that feel impossible to understand or make sense of in daily life; problems that cause isolation, pain, and anxiety or loss of functioning that hinders optimal participation in life. I welcome a sincere desire to understand the symptoms that impede the way to a reaching one's potential. My psychotherapeutic practice offers a confidential place to work on issues such as anxiety, depression and repetitive/destructive thinking. I see the therapy process as a challenging, but potentially life-changing collaborative process.
(406) 272-5815
Bozeman, Montana 59715
John Beck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, MA, MEd
“I help people feel better about their lives and relationships. In my 20 years as a therapist it has been gratifying to assist my clients to overcome depression, anxiety or trauma. I also specialize in couples therapy and find it rewarding to watch people move from conflict to resolution while developing the skills and insight to feel more appreciation, pleasure, and satisfaction with their partner. Through using an approach called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) couples rediscover genuine connection. Additionally, I specialize in helping adolescents (ages 10 up) gain skills and confidence to be successful in school and peer / adult relationships.
(406) 445-1182
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Kevin F Bernard, Counselor  in Bozeman
“So, you feel stuck. It's confusing where you are. It's foggy, blunt, forest and trees - you can only see a few steps ahead. You can't figure out what you feel nor think your way out of this - and you really feel hopeless. But, you're not willing to give up completely. I get it. You want to; get out of this hole, get control of your life, be true to yourself, stop having so much unnecessary conflict within yourself and your relationships, not feel so overpowered by emotions, go from "I don't know" to actually knowing.
(406) 278-6272
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Natalie Sea Burger, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I am truly honored to be a counselor. It seems our lives are similar to jigsaw puzzles which at times can feel overwhelming. I believe I provide compassionate, nonjudgmental support as one makes sense of the pieces of their life.
(406) 630-4044
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Laurie Thatcher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA, MSW
“I work with adolescents, individuals and couples. I believe the difficulties causing us pain are a potential path to freedom and health, if they can be listened to in ways that lead to learning and change. With over 15 years of diverse training, I have learned to listen to people in ways that can help them hear things they are not aware of that contributes to their struggles. Building a relationship of trust, we will discover how your internal and external world come together and influence what is troubling and discover pathways to openness and change.
(406) 365-1734
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Patricia Fowlie, Psychiatrist  in Bozeman
“I work with people who want to make changes in their lives. I work through collaborative evaluation of patterns that are helpful or that are not working for that person. The most effective methods of psychotherapy are individualized for each person. I evaluate the usefulness for each individual of the growing options available in psychopharmacology. Prescription of medication is a collaborative process involving education about the purpose, use, and alternatives, evaluation of risks vs. benefits, and exploration of the meaning for each individual. For further information about me, see my website www.fowlie.yourmd.com
(406) 272-0159
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Julie H Eaton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“I help people grow and live more satisfying lives. My clients can expect to learn new tools for emotional regulation and feeling better. Therapy is dynamic and I utilize a variety of approaches to help my clients find the right road map to recovery and better living. Surprisingly as it sounds, therapy can be fun, enlightening and a place not only out of pain but onto a more rewarded life. By developing our natural curiosity we can start letting go of our inner critic and open ourselves up to more balance and connection.
(406) 204-4894
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Dana B Miquelle, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I have a private practice in Bozeman serving youth, adolescents, and adults. When clinically indicated I also work with families and couples. A large portion of my work is with youth, ages five through twelve, and adolescents. Previously I spent seven years as clinical director of two residential treatment programs for emotionally disturbed adolescents. As my practice has matured adults now constitute roughly half of my case load. In my practice I provide counseling, therapy (cognitive behavorial, behavioral), psychodynamic psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis. For more detail you can visit my website at www.danamiquelle.com.
(406) 944-4184
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Arthur Justin Short, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MPH, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in counseling individuals and families dealing with cancer and chronic disease and other health concerns. My primary areas of focus are: anxiety, depression, life transitions and adjustment, decision-support counseling, health system education, grief and loss, end-of- life care, long-term treatment side-effects, palliative care and pain management, men's health, caregiver stress, and communication strategies and coping skills for the entire family.
(406) 961-7203
Bozeman, Montana 59719
Megan Spalding, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I offer counseling for families, couples, and individuals. I have devoted my career to helping parents find positive ways to approach, relate, and understand their children who are struggling emotionally and/or behaviorally. I also collaborate with couples to navigate relational difficulties through helping them regain or build a deeper sense of intimacy and commitment by increasing understanding, empathy, and positive communication and conflict resolution. Lastly, I support individuals who are feeling stuck in their interpersonal relationships and/or in finding balance, happiness, and strength in their every day lives.
(406) 365-1411
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Becky Gildersleeve Berglund  in Bozeman
“My education and life experience have prepared me to help others who are experiencing emotional pain and distress. I work with male or female, adolescent and adult clients who desire transformation in their lives. I offer empathy, understanding, and support without judgment.
(406) 646-2216
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Sally Jo Hand, Counselor  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, MDiv, ATR-BC, LMHC
“Helping empower people to live joyful, abundant peace-filled lives, while enjoying the gift of life given me by God forms the purpose and drives the mission of my ministry as a therapist. The purpose of Heart and Hand Center is to alleviate suffering that comes to people of all ages as a result of trauma, grief, loss, injury, accidents, divorce, family dysfunction, war, poverty, addictions, death, and disease. We use a healing approach combining compassion and care with expressive arts therapy, equine assisted psychotherapy, and spirituality to address root causes of emotional, behavioral, and psychological problems.
(406) 551-4048
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Alaina Lammer Knight, Counselor  in Bozeman
“From clients: "A born good listener...a highly skilled therapist with great sensitivity....Your calm presence helped me find my way through...You connected quickly with me and understood." You will benefit from time talking with me exploring new responses to what's troubling you. My counseling approach is heart-based, intuitive, gentle, open and affirming. I work effectively with a variety of issues. EMDR is a technique I offer that inspires new insights on the experiences, feelings and beliefs that contribute to your unhappiness. Your work with me can be brief or long-term.
(406) 686-0373
Bozeman, Montana 59718

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