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Therapists in Greenville

Robin Smith, LPC Intern  in Greenville
“Life is full of changes, challenges and decisions. When those become critical, you can find yourself at a crossroads, unsure of what to do or where to go. As a licensed counselor, I can assist you in sorting through all of these issues. I can assist you, your child, or your family in adjusting to serious life changes or in recovering from trauma, I can also assist with grief resolution, career changes, adapting to chronic illnesses, and LGBTQ issues. Through the use of EMDR, trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy, and other evidence based practices, healing can result.
(864) 200-2264
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Jane Parker, Counselor  in Greenville
“Even though change can be hard, you are brave enough to look for help. Professional therapy and coaching will help with Stress Management, Life Transitions & Rebuilding, Depression & Finding Energy, Anxiety & Refocusing, and Easing Struggle with Past Trauma. I offer the convenience of phone or video sessions saving travel time and expanding appointment availability.
(941) 751-8003
Greenville, South Carolina 29609
Andrew L Johnston,   in Greenville
“The wounds we carry can become our strength. The goal of my counseling work is for each client and each couple to discover and access their own deep strength, wisdom and healing. For couples, this usually means building new bonds of trust with one another, allowing more space for hearing and supporting one another. For individuals, this means looking at ourselves and our situation with clarity, compassion, and faith. Facing old emotions and wounds together leads to forgiveness and freedom. I see my role as both companion and guide for the journey.
(864) 336-2264
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Joy Bennett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I enjoy working with both children and adults. I like helping children who have anxiety. I work with their parents, too, to better understand and help their children. I use play therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy. With adults, I like to help with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship issues.
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Kelly S Reel, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-I
“I believe it is a natural part of human nature to be resilient. That is, we have the ability to get through tough times and tough situations. We do the best we can at the time. Often times we need guidance with healthier coping skills and someone to listen with a nonjudgmental ear. I am here to go on that journey with the client as they begin to experience change and growth leading them to a more fulfilling life.
(864) 507-4641
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Inhabit Studio: Expressive Arts + Therapies, Art Therapist  in Greenville
“In times of transition, people may actually feel physically stuck, frozen, unable to move. My movement-based expressive arts practice approaches personal growth and change through the body and senses. We take an experiential approach, listening to the body's wisdom and its ability to provide resources. When used as a complement to talk therapy or other artistic processes, my work can help people who want to embody gains with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and disease. My role is as witness and coach. I work with individuals and small groups, and lead workshops in private and educational settings.
(864) 502-2160
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
“I am a South Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor and a South Carolina Licensed Independent Practitioner with Medicaid. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice/Psychology and a Masters Degree in Counseling. In 1995, I started working with the adolescent population and since that time, I have worked with clients of all ages in Individual, Family and Group Therapy in various settings as a Therapist and Clinical Director. I have extensive experience working with pre-teens(10-12), teenagers (13-18) and emerging adults (19-30), however, I also have experience with adults of any age.
(864) 305-4965
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Melody Burroughs Reid, Counselor  in Greenville
“I am a SC Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a National Board Certified Counselor. I graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte and now work primarily with women and girls 13 and older. I love working with families, helping family members learn to communicate and experience feeling valued and loved in the family unit. I use several counseling modalities, tailoring how I work with individual clients based on where they are and what they are experiencing. I work very limited hours and am currently seeing clients on Wednesdays.
(864) 641-7688
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
Debbie Plonkey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work with couples of all types utilizing Imago Therapy to help them resolve conflict more productively and/or just improve their relationship in general. I also treat individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, and chronic pain using both Cognitive Behavior Therapy and a Family Systems approach.
(864) 293-7421
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
“I, as a therapist seek to help persons on their journey, not matter what has happened on their path,, to find meaning in life, to find their resilient self, and lead a balanced and productive life.
(864) 841-0011
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Samuel D Smithyman, Psychologist  in Greenville
“I am a licensed, clinical psychologist with over thirty years of experience. I was in private practice in Beverly Hills, CA for over twenty-five years. I am licensed in California and in South Carolina, where I currently reside. My orientation is primarily psychodynamic and informed by contemporary psychoanalytic theory. I combine this depth approach to psychotherapy with a strong background and belief in cognitive-behavioral interventions. I am dedicated to providing the highest quality of professional care, with compassion, acceptance and sensitivity. I tailor my treatment approach to the needs of the individual.
(864) 345-8183
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Tracey K Wyatt, Counselor  in Greenville
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults and helping clients learn how to apply coping skills in day to day life, recognize how past events impact their present emotions, and improve their ability to have successful relationships. Whether this is adjusting to new roles in life, coping with overwhelming anxiety or enduring the stifling impact of traumatic experiences, there is all the aptitude needed to deal with these problems within the client. I can assist the client in developing and strengthening the skills needed to effectively manage their lives.
(800) 340-8020
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Kelsey Rose Beals,   in Greenville
“I believe when you are struggling with traumatic stress, negative-false beliefs often stick and prohibit you from change. Through talk therapy and EMDR, I believe there is a benefit in addressing the issue(s) head on; along with looking in ourselves for processing potentials. Through collaborative work, goals will be met and a more positive, realistic outlook on life will hold true. Traumatic Stress is an intrusion that can manifest within you as any number of symptoms (flashbacks, intense emotions, somatic sensations, nightmares, pervasive life themes, and character styles).
(937) 595-0966
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Dale W Dingledine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LISW-CP
“With more than 20 years experience as a clinical social worker, I know that stress oftentimes creates a number of different emotional and physical problems such as depression, anxiety, anger, poor sleep, and increased physical pain. These can affect all relationships Current stressers may be the result of issues at work, your personal finances, the economy, politics, a death of a loved one, or issues unresolved from long ago which can continue to haunt you. I will help you learn ways of approaching life in general, as well as specifically to your situation, which will be realistic and positive.
(864) 507-4634
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Anna Voss, Counselor  in Greenville
“I know that you are suffering. I know that you just want to be happy with your life and yourself. I also know that above all else, you do not want to be alone anymore. I cannot promise you that I can help you solve everything; I cannot promise that the world and other people will seem friendlier after meeting with me. I cannot promise that therapy is not a long and sometimes painful process... However, I can promise that you will be treated with acceptance and respect for you and your struggles.
(864) 513-0785
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Joe Hammond, Psychologist  in Greenville
“I understand you are probably struggling with difficult circumstances. You may be facing the most important and emotional challenges in your life, such as an unfulfilled yearning to have a child, struggling to succeed in school, confusion and anxiety due to memory loss, or conflict in families trying to sort through these issues. I approach my work with respect and empathy for you, and I appreciate the opportunity to be of help.
(864) 643-0039
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Crystal Ervin, Counselor  in Greenville
“Life's events don't have to feel this bad. You don't have to go through life struggling. Maybe that you've developed some habits and rituals that are causing you some concern. Perhaps thoughts in your head making you lose sleep or contribute to failing relationships. I know these can be difficult problems to solve alone. I also know there are strategies that can make life so much better, fuller, and happier.
(864) 832-0148
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Anne Spearman, Counselor  in Greenville
“Are you in a high-conflict separation or divorce with a difficult, manipulative or controlling person? High Conflict divorces and custody cases are characterized by lengthy (and often expensive) legal proceedings, false allegations, and what is perceived by the court as an inability to get along. Individuals with high-conflict traits often fuel legal disputes as they persuasively blame others, manipulate legal professionals, take no responsibility for their behavior and twist the facts. Additionally, their controlling patterns of behavior, ability to push your buttons and threats to retaliate can make the legal process feel confusing, overwhelming and at times, hopeless.
(864) 840-8114
Greenville, South Carolina 29606
Jim Spearman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, LPC, LMFT
“My goal as a therapist/counselor is to help you clarify ways that your life can be more fulfilling and content. It is often difficult for us to sort out solutions to issues that on the surface seem simple, but in real life can be crippling, disorienting and sources of conflict.
(864) 613-5599
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
Lizabeth T Howard, Counselor  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, SAP, NCAC, CAC
“Because Life is a journey and sometimes you need a map, our goal at The Journey Center is to create a supportive environment in which you can explore your emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit your full potential. With the help of our counselors you will be able to move forward on your journey to a happier and fulfilled life one step at a time.
(864) 324-0506
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
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