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Therapists in Charleston

Natasha Kokoszka, Counselor  in Charleston
“Starting therapy can be a little scary. I am aware of the anxiety someone feels making that first phone call or walking into the office. My goal is to set you at ease, make you comfortable, and with time build a trusting relationship.
(843) 425-0570
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Jennifer A Bennice, Psychologist  in Charleston
“Research indicates that women suffer from depression, anxiety, and eating disorders at disproportionate rates. Many women endure perhaps the most intense form of stress--interpersonal trauma ( e.g., rape, domestic violence, child abuse). An even larger proportion of women experience chronic high levels of stress, as they attempt to balance their responsibilities as professionals and their roles as mothers, wives, and daughters.
(843) 419-7169
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Dean Ludington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“TRUST Peer reviewed articles published in recent years regarding and quantifying the importance of trust between a client and his or her mental health clinician indicate that the professionalís education or credentials have less to do with positive therapeutic outcomes than trust between the client and clinician. Finding a clinician you might trust can be a time consuming proposition. However, a relatively quick and totally free phone call may give you an initial indication of whether the professional on the other end of the phone may be suited to help you with the present difficult situation at hand.
(843) 605-4449
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Jungian Analytic Practice of SC, Psychiatrist  in Charleston
“An ideal client is an insightful adult that wants to explore the depth of his/her psyche. Treatment services include depression, anxiety, adjustment situations, changing paths, transitions of life, relationships, engagement issues, divorce and marital disputes, grief and loss, spiritual and religious issues and personal development issues.
(843) 536-0114
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Bonnie Compton, Psychiatric Nurse  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, BC, CPNP
“I love partnering with parents to help them become more effective in their parenting. Parents are often confused and frustrated by their child's behavior. We work together to come up with a plan...to be more responsive rather than reactive...to become a parent without regrets! As I work with children, I also work with their parents, helping them to become the best parent for their child. Through my work with families, I have witnessed a profound effect on the relationship between children and their parents as the parent shifts their focus to their relationship with their child.
(843) 605-4646 x105
Charleston, South Carolina 29417
Annette G Godow, Psychologist  in Charleston
“As a clinical psychologist, College of Charleston Instructor, and Certified Sex Therapist, I have been helping clients deal with sex-related concerns for over 30 years. In a small private practice, I conduct psychotherapy with individual adults and couples. We work on solving problems regarding self-esteem, anxiety, and relationship issues. My therapy approach typically includes correcting misinformation, anxiety reduction, communication skills training, cognitive-behavioral principles, and "sensate focus" assignments for specific sexual dysfunctions. Short-term therapy and effective problem-solving are goals of mine.
(843) 271-6141
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Barbara Melton, Counselor  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC, NCC, MAC, CAC-II
“NOT CURRENTLY TAKING NEW PATIENTS WITHOUT SPECIFIC REFERRAL (physician, treatment facility, therapist, EAP/ managed care entity). I employ a variety of therapy techniques tailored to your specific needs. My style of therapy usually includes some homework items to maximize your therapy dollar. I subscribe to the belief, to quote trauma specialist Colin Ross, PhD 'the problem is not the problem' -- it is actually a symptom of what really is the problem. I will work with you to enhance your coping skills so as to replace symptoms that are adversely affecting your life. I accept all major credit/debit cards/Paypal.
(843) 723-8002
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Pat Benzien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“I am a licensed therapist in the Charleston area. I have been practicing for over 30 years. In my work with you we can explore how to grow by transforming difficult patterns from the past that may be effecting the present and grow strengths , skills and positive abilities into a more effective you.
(843) 206-0066
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
John S Hyatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MA, LMFT
“I provide LGBT-affirmative psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families. I assist with relationship issues, communication, family conflict, anger management, sexual and gender identity, depression, anxiety, grief, and adjustment.
(843) 536-1919
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Marisa Nava, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides evaluation, treatment, and consultation services to children, adolescents, and families. Areas of focus include anxiety disorders, depression, preschool issues, behavior management, social skills training, and autism spectrum disorders. I provide specialized services for families going through a divorce or separation. My goal is to help parents by enhancing communication and laying the foundation for a healthier relationship after the divorce. I am trained in Collaborative Practice, a new option for divorcing couples to resolve disputes respectfully and equitably without going to court.
(843) 420-1371
Charleston, South Carolina 29492
Chandi Chapman, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I enjoy working collaboratively with clients to help them find greater fulfillment within the various aspects of their lives, whether it's their sense of self, interpersonal relationships, or professional life. A strong therapeutic relationship has the ability to heal, to empower and to initiate lasting change. It can help guide you through life's challenges so that you emerge stronger and wiser. I work with adults, couples and adolescents, many of whom seek therapy simply because they are feeling "stressed out" or "not as happy" as they'd like to be, while others may be experiencing more significant symptoms of depression and anxiety.
(843) 751-4877
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Ward Lassoe, Counselor  in Charleston
“My sense of humor is big part part of my counseling style. I take my work with clients seriously, but there are times when therapy needs to include some humor. I encourage you take your time when looking for a counselor. You need to find someone who's the right fit for you. That's why I offer potential clients the option of scheduling a free introductory meeting. I also provide life coaching for clients who want to make changes but aren't sure where to start. Please click the "website" link on the left to learn more.
(843) 628-4636
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Nurturing Arts, Art Therapist  in Charleston
Art Therapist
“Life throws challenges at us every day, from minor disruptions and discomforts to life-altering change. I believe that seeking support and guidance to address these challenges is one of the most courageous steps one can take. As a nationally registered Art Therapist, I believe a visual image can sometimes speak more clearly than words alone, providing that avenue of expression for emotions or ideas that are often too 'big' for words. Art Therapy offers a unique approach for addressing anxiety, depression, mental and emotional issues, self esteem, family and interpersonal relationship dynamics, social and physical difficulties and more.
(843) 883-4130
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Dr Monty Knight Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Charleston
“I've been a mental health professional and graduate school counseling professor for 30+ years, an AAPC Fellow and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.I'm licensed to supervise LPC and LMFT Interns. I was previously director of a community mental health clinic, maintained a private counseling practice with a group of family physicians and most recently have pastored a church. I have specialized training and experience in relationship therapy and in working with men, including those with character disorders. My newly published book, "Balanced Living: Don't Let Your Strength Become Your Weakness," is available online from the publisher at www.wipfandstock.com
(843) 425-6601
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
D. Michael Bruhn, Counselor  in Charleston
“For the past decade, I have had the pleasure of treating individuals and families here in the Lowcountry. I work with clients who have a variety of mood disorders (such as Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder), Anxiety Disorders (such as Panic Disorder & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), ADHD, Physical and Sexual abuse, Developmental Disorders, Bereavement, etc. The healthcare community uses labels to diagnose, understand and treat mental disorders. However, in my practice, I strive to treat my clients as individuals and give them the respect they deserve. I pride myself on creating a safe, nurturing, therapeutic relationship with my clients.
(843) 883-4591
Charleston, South Carolina 29406
Claire D'Andrea, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Do you ever feel frustrated by your own emotions? Are you having a hard time understanding them, much less actually dealing with them? Sometimes people find that they have developed unhealthy ways of dealing with strong emotion. Learning new techniques can be difficult, but I am here to help. I use creative, eclectic, philosophical, and spiritual techniques in my therapy. Whether you're just a little stressed out, going through a tough life transition, or you're experiencing acute crisis - talking to someone can help.
(203) 347-0926
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Julie Schendel, Counselor  in Charleston
“I am committed to helping people get their lives back on track. I believe that you can live an abundant life from here forward, no matter where you are or how you got there. As your counselor, I will help you set goals for therapy and reach them through a variety of techniques. I am here to help you see that healing is possible, and with enough time and work, it can be a reality for your life.
(843) 352-6751
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Judith Jacques, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I welcome new clients and want them to feel respected and safe. I feel that my years of personal as well as professional experience have given me a greater understanding of what clients are going through. My goal is to help clients to improve their lives and mood as quickly as possible. It is a sign of strength and courage, not weakness, to come to therapy and ask for guidance.I will contact you quickly, and there will be no long waiting period for your appointment. I do outreach when transportation is a challenge, such as seeing College of Charleston students in their dorm.
(843) 304-6400
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Dana Mortensen, Counselor  in Charleston
“As people, we all have the need to express ourselves and be recognized and accepted. As your therapist I will listen with patience and encouragement and without judgement. In our confidential sessions, you will discover the power of telling your story. You may choose to talk about your past, learn how to be mindful of the present, and/or discover and achieve your vision of the future. You will learn simple, effective tools to help you access and use your unique motivation to change the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are worsening your symptoms of mental and physical dis-ease.
(843) 773-2115 x115
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Donna M Salerno, Counselor  in Charleston
“When the wear and tear of stress, anxiety and/or depression is preventing you from coping with your everyday experiences and depriving you of happiness in your life, I can help. My healthcare background as a registered nurse, coupled with my experience as a lead therapist at a local psychiatric outpatient program, provides me with additional health assessment and clinical judgment skills. I am also experienced in couples/marriage and family therapy. Being a native New Yorker who moved to Charleston 20 years ago with my family, I have a unique combination of Northern and Southern sensibilities.
(843) 595-4021
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
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