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Couples Counseling Therapists in Columbia

Shenna Ganzy,   in Columbia
“*Special Rate limited time offer ($40 an Hr)*. I understand people suffer from a wide variety of self-destructive behaviors and each person is unique with unique treatment needs. At She's Counseling Trichology and Consulting LLC, my mission is to find what works best for each individual and to treat everyone with respect and compassion. I am committed to working with individuals with emotional struggles whether by hair loss, family issues, or stress. I advocate for each client to be the fully functioning person they aspire to be.
Couples Counseling
(803) 282-9164
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Elizabeth Leaphart, Counselor  in Columbia
“Bloom Hypnosis Center is South Carolina's Hypnofertility®, Hypnobirth®, and General Wellness practice for women, specializing in aligning the mind and body through hypnosis for conception, pregnancy, birthing, and women's health. With fourteen years of mental health, counseling, education, and social service experience, Elizabeth offers a safe, supportive retreat for sharing your life and realizing your goals. Whether your first child or growing your family, Bloom Hypnosis Center will support you throughout your natural or medically assisted fertility process, as well as offering continued sessions in pregnancy, birth, and afterbirth with healing, lactation, and bonding. General wellness sessions are customized just for you.
Couples Counseling
(803) 937-1198
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Fredric Mau, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, Mau, LPC, DMin, MA, MDiv
“My approach to counseling is different in three major ways: (1) I focus on solutions in order to help you - this is a positive, future rather than past oriented approach. (2) I work on a brief therapy model which is designed to help you address specific issues in short periods of time, typically 3 to 9 weeks. (3) I believe emotion drives behavior; most therapy focuses on cognitive change, but you can know what you need to do, and still not have it happen. The goal here is to help healthier behaviors and beliefs to become emotionally comfortable habits.
Couples Counseling
(803) 212-0329
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Jessica Pena-Cabana, Counselor  in Columbia
“Jessica Pena-Cabana, PhD, MEd, CSC, LPC, LCAS / Founder & President, Therapist, Trainer, Instructor. Dr. Pena-Cabana has over 15 years working with children, adolescents, couples, families and adults with special needs and emotional issues. She is fully licensed Bilingual (Spanish) therapist. Dr. Pena-Cabana accepts Medicaid, BCBS, Tricare, and most other insurances. She will also accepts private pay and work on a sliding scale if needed.
Couples Counseling
(803) 223-7621
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Kimberly Watt-Brockington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LISW-CP
“At Positive Results Counseling Services I utilize the Solution-Focused/Strength Based Approach to therapy. Strength is the ability to produce positive results in in one's life. It is my philosophy at Positive Results Counseling Services that being positive is not pretending there are no disappointments, hardships, or struggles in life. It is learning/knowing that with effective coping skills, insight, and support you can overcome your negative life experiences and create more positive life experiences. These negative circumstances may be depression, victimization, results of poor anger management skills, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, loss/grief or unhealthy relationships.
Couples Counseling
(803) 636-2736
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Roni Caw, Counselor  in Columbia
“I am an African American male and retired military with 24 years service. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I provide counseling for a variety of emotional and mental issues that include Anxiety Disorders, Depression, and Childhood Disorders from ages 5 and above. I provide counseling to children, adolescents, adults, families, pre-marital and marriage, and LGBT. I also counsel Law Enforcement and military personnel, inclusive of active, reserve, and retired with adjustment issues, grief, trauma, and PTSD. I have expertise in special education for ADHD built upon my prior work as a juvenile correctional officer, residential counselor, substitute teacher, and special education community liaison.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-4072
Columbia, South Carolina 29223
Trish S Bates, Counselor  in Columbia
“I offer counseling for individuals and couples in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere. I work especially well with women's issues, relational challenges, boundaries, assertiveness, anxiety, stress management, chronic pain and trauma-related issues. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual or couple, applying integrative therapeutic approaches and techniques, to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
Couples Counseling
(843) 639-5828
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Nicole Alexander, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment for you to sort through your concerns and gain insight into your experiences. I will work in collaboration with you to determine a treatment that best suits your needs and preferences. I am trained as a generalist and feel comfortable working with a wide range of concerns. Over the past 10 years, however, I have pursued specific training and experience in the area of eating disorders, to include working in a multilevel treatment program devoted to eating disorder recovery.
Couples Counseling
(803) 591-9081
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Lindsay-Blair Simmons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
“I love working with women -- and all of the unique issues they encounter throughout their lives. Whether it's enhancing a woman's self-esteem, helping her set healthy boundaries, or aiding her in addressing her overall unhappiness in life, helping women truly feeds my soul.
Couples Counseling
(615) 601-2433
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Maria Irina Jonas (Cromer), Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I have a heart for children and over the past 15 years I worked with children of all age ranges in various contexts- as an educator, as a psychologist and as a social worker. I bring a multicultural approach to my practice due to my experience in both Romania and the USA. I worked in Romania as an educator with children in regular and special education. I also worked in the Romanian Army as a psychologist with both military personnel and their families on various issues such as PTSD and Adjustment Disorders.
Couples Counseling
(803) 223-7646
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Alison Y. Sanderson,   in Columbia
“My approach to couples and individual therapy is grounded in trust, confidentiality and compassion. As your partner in creating a new story, I understand how difficult it it can be to reach out for help. My goal is to assist you in rediscovering the strength that you have always had and help you build a new, healthier framework to move forward and celebrate your best life. Together, we will work to establish goals that are meaningful to you and collaborate on effective strategies.
Couples Counseling
(803) 897-8017
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Sarah A Williams, LPC Intern  in Columbia
“My goal as a counselor is to help individuals, couples and families discover the importance of relationships in their lives and to journey with them to strengthen, rebuild and restore broken relationships. My desire is to offer clients hope and find meaning through a Christian world view. I have lived in South Carolina for over 15 years but grew up living all over the country. My family is large and loud and our gatherings always involve great food. I love to travel and have been to Europe, the Middle East, and 43 out of the 50 states.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2481
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Wendy K Graham, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hello and thank you for stopping by. I've always believed the best work in therapy occurs when there is an open, and positive relationship between the client & therapist. I have had the opportunity to work in many different environments and the common factor where change can occur most easily is an environment where one is free to express him/herself without judgement.Feel free to contact me to see if we can work together.
Couples Counseling
(803) 720-5465
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Salley M Lesley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP, ACSW
“23 years of clinical experience as a therapist, combined with over 65 years of life experience bring important qualifications to my work. I am a wife of 43 years, a mother and grandmother, have experience with cancer, deep spirituality, and live a creative life. I work with individuals, couples, and families in an atmosphere of trust, compassion, and non-judgement. I believe we all have a deep desire to live a life that best expresses who we truly are, even when we get confused or lose our way. My high standands of integrity and ethics add the perfect ingredients for this important healing work.
Couples Counseling
(803) 223-7618 x206
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Bonnie J Montgomery, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Do you feel the demands and responsibilities of life take a toll on your relationships and the ability to get the most out of life? Finding satisfaction and fulfillment with your partner or in your career can be a journey, not an overnight trip. The better prepared you are with the right tools, the more likely you are to reach your preferred destination. I can help you identify the obstacles along the path to personal and professional happiness and help you identify a roadmap to success.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2136
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Keelyn N Barrick,   in Columbia
“As a relationship specialist, I begin our therapy with building a rapport of acceptance, safety, trust, and hope. Upon that foundation, it is my belief clients will develop the confidence and trust to share their needs.My counseling style is to listen to my client's stories, meet them where they are, then guide them toward the changes they desire. Goals for therapy are jointly determined and are continually open to renegotiation over the course of therapy. Together we can discover or revive their inner strengths to create a more desirable life situation.
Couples Counseling
(803) 317-2224
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Mary F Wilkins, Counselor  in Columbia
“My goal is to create a safe, trusting, and caring environment in which we will work together to identify and explore those concerns that may be prohibiting you from enjoying a more rewarding home life or from having healthier relationships. I aim to empower you with the necessary tools to promptly reach your goals. I provide couples, family, and/or individual therapy for a variety of issues.
Couples Counseling
(803) 223-7911
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
“Using a contemporary strength-based integrative approach as a basis for therapy, MiKi fits each therapy to the client. Areas of expertise include personal crisis and trauma, academic or educational issues, social skill training, stress and anxiety management, life coaching, relationship dialogues, military-related issues, parenting, blended families, and drug and alcohol abuse. MiKi approaches each client with empathy, support, trust, and persistence, working with each client to increase confidence and self-esteem, develop richer relationships, and achieve emotional balance and health.
Couples Counseling
(803) 450-2677
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Catherine W Harman, Counselor  in Columbia
“When life becomes too challenging, whether the cause is depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties or grief and loss, seeking help is the first step in gaining greater control and happiness over your life. Whether your goal is improving your coping skills, strengthening your relationship, reducing negative thinking, or reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety, counseling can help. I am committed to providing short-term therapy to individuals and families in a time effective and affordable manner. Change is difficult, but together we can work toward improving relationships, reducing negative thinking, reducing depression and anxiety, and learn to take better care of ourselves.
Couples Counseling
(803) 610-2107
Columbia, South Carolina 29212
Elizabeth Sweat, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MRC, LPC, CAC, II, CRC
“Hello and welcome to my webpage! Do you feel that you want to tell YOUR story and truly be heard and validated? If so, then we need to work together! I am here to help adults, teenagers, and family members of addicts face their own issues, and learn new coping skills for problematic situations. This is the foundation of a more balanced life, but like anything else worth having in life, you have to work at it.
Couples Counseling
(803) 692-1911
Columbia, South Carolina 29205

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Couples Counseling Therapists
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Columbia have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Columbia you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Columbia and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Columbia or family therapy in Columbia.