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Therapists in Charleston

Linda Ligenza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“If you or a loved one is feeling depressed or anxious, experiencing stress or a crisis such as divorce, has mental or physical health concerns, symptoms of dementia, or has experienced trauma, I have the expertise and skills to help you thrive, not just survive. Adding personal and executive coaching to my practice has allowed me to help my clients continue their journey with renewed spirit and resilience, ability to find meaning in the challenges and satisfaction through relationships and work. I have worked with adults in crisis after personal or community traumas, including disasters such as 9/11 and Katrina.
(301) 861-4334
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
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
Karen E Kraul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I enjoy working with individuals of all ages- I have worked with children a young as two years all the way to older adults. I have 8+ years of post-graduate therapy experience, and have worked in school settings, community mental health, substance abuse treatment centers, and hospital settings.
(843) 314-5104
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
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
M. Peggy Sudol, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charleston
“M. Peggy Sudol, MS, LMFT, LMFTS Marriage & Family Therapist and Supervisor As a Family Therapist I have worked for over 20 years helping individuals, couples and families find solutions to various situations and emotional concerns. My areas of focus include: Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement, Relationships, Divorce, Step Parenting and Substance Abuse.
(843) 817-8443
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Jennifer A Bennice, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who utilizes an integrative approach to individual and couples therapy.
(843) 419-7169
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Hope Fontaine, LISW-CP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
“Dedicated to compassionate counseling services for over fifteen years, I have learned the majority of what I know about the impact of life stress and the capacity for healing from those that I have served. Even the strongest of individuals can experience difficult emotions at some point in their lives. Fear, anxiety, sadness, depression and anger are all within the normal realm of human experience, but the intensity of these emotions can often feel overwhelming and difficult to bear. Together, we can explore your goals and identify pathways to improved wellness, self-worth and vitality.
(413) 372-8093
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
A Shepherds Heart Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Charleston
“Safe inviting environment where an individual, couple, or family may explore personal goals and enhance opportunities for healing process to begin. Sozo therapy promotes empowerment allowing healing of trauma memories, addictive behaviors, other associated co-occurring disorders, and interpersonal relationship problems. Interventions applied are acceptance and commitment training coupled with other best practices such as cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, cognitive processing, and motivational enhancement therapies. Resilience and resourcefulness skills are encouraged by supporting active participation in variety of spiritual connections, creative coping skills, and mindfulness meditation. Hope generates capability of healing, experiencing peace of mind, and finding contentment with acceptance.
(843) 536-1608
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
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
“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. I have experience with teens, adults, couples and families. 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
Sara Sharnoff, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT, intern
“In my practice I help 12-22 year old young women excel in their lives and overcome struggles with eating disorders, emotional and behavioral issues, anxiety, and depression. I enjoy helping teens find their own unique sense of purpose and direction. My approach is strength based, straight-forward, supportive and nonjudgmental. In working with children and adolescents, I involve family members when appropriate to address family dynamics and help support parents in the home.
(843) 883-6986
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Ariel Phillips Heicher, Counselor-Intern  in Charleston
“"LESS TALK.....MORE EXPERIENCES" With an eclectic approach, I draw from a number of different theoretical perspectives as I help my clients to realize the potential of their personal "life story". I accompany children, adolescents and families on a journey that leads away from traditional talk therapy by offering experiences designed to mirror and confront unrealized emotions and relationship dynamics. Utilizing therapeutic experiential approaches that hold potential for self-discovery by means of hands-on activities, clients will have a myriad of opportunities to discover unique solutions to their presenting problems. Pathways to personal success will be revealed, while learning to redefine self-defeating behaviors.
(843) 628-2893 x103
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Hillary Evans,   in Charleston
“TrueHypnosis, Practice of Hillary Evans Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, offers a calming, confidential environment built around trust and personalized solutions. She uses hypnosis to help her clients unlock the inner power of their minds to accomplish amazing things. Hillary's training as a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist enables her to help her clients cope with today's ever-changing, high-pressure world... from smoking cessation and weight loss, to improved health and personal relationships, to greater self-confidence, to success in business and enhanced performance in sports.
(843) 558-8079
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Lyn Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP
“I have created my practice to support individuals and families as they manage the challenges of life. With over 20 years of clinical experience,it has always been my belief that therapy must be based in a mutual and authentic relationship established between therapist and client.To that end, I work with each client to develop the most effective treatment plan. My approach with clients is solution focused with movement toward attainable goals.
(843) 491-5533
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Diane K Langston, Counselor  in Charleston
“EMDR & CISM Trained, Convenient Evening & Weekend Hours: In addition to my work with adolescents, I work with adults on a variety of issues, including sexual addiction & sexual issues. Trauma, addictions, anxiety & depression are all areas I treat with a variety of cognitive-behavioral techniques or solution-focused/reality therapy techniques. I offer counseling tailored to fit your individual needs, in a supportive, and confidential environment. My style has been described as empathetic and compassionate. I partner with my clients in helping them to understand themselves. We identify feelings & thoughts, which may be counterproductive and interfering with personal happiness and/or relationships.
(843) 606-5922
Charleston, South Carolina 29405
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
Cheryl Keats, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I am a licensed independent clinical social worker with 40 years of practice experience, specializing in life transitions, stress, depression and anxiety. I see individuals, couples and families from ages 8 - 88. I trained as a systemic thinker and my work is solution focused using a cognitive, practical framework to build on client strengths. I still believe that it is a privilege to be included in the change process, to potentially make a difference in another's life.
(843) 279-0030
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Kerry Lassiter, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I have been a therapist, professor, and a trainer of therapist for over 16 years. I have published over 20 journal articles and trained and supervised many professional counselors now working in the Charleston area. I enjoy working with adolescence, adults, and couples. I maintain a collaborative approach to therapy.
(843) 353-0454 x2
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Jeffrey G. Nigro Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“I firmly believe in instilling each individual with the sense that our work together is about maximizing your potential by identifying & growing your skills, strengths, positive traits & tailoring the work to your individual needs. Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral & other psychodynamic tools & techniques, my individual-centered, relationship-building approach has had positive outcomes with a wide spectrum of people who seek assistance with a variety of challenges. My approach values the insights you have & utilizes these to help you move into active change in the present. Our relationship, uncovering & implementing new skills, building trust and communication are the keys to your success!
(843) 628-7518
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
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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