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Therapists in Greenville

Gretta McCall, Counselor  in Greenville
“No matter what brings you to counseling difficulties in a relationship that is meaningful to you, problems finding balance in life and work, eating or substance use behaviors that feel out of your control, trauma or life experiences that you are having difficulty resolving, anxiety and depression that continue to lessen your enjoyment and freedom in life the first step in seeking help through counseling is an important and courageous step. Counseling is an opportunity to walk a personal and individual road toward greater health, satisfaction, and happiness in life.
(864) 270-9324
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
Michelle M Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you hurting? Have life's challenges left you feeling overwhelmed or hopeless? You can find hope and healing through therapy. I believe that therapy is a process of instilling hope amongst life's challenges and compassionately supporting others as they move towards a place of healing in their lives. With a strong foundation of experience in a variety of clinical settings, you and your family can be assured that you will receive the individualized care you need.
(864) 468-2805
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Richard D Hammons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenville
“I provide couples with relationship therapy techniques from the Gottman Method that has been developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman. The Gottman Method uses many hands-on tools that have been developed based on three plus decades of scientific research on relationships and couples. I also provide couples with EFT Couples Therapy which helps them focus on the issues they have in maintaining the bond that holds their relationship together. EFT Couples Therapy was developed by Susan Johnson and Les Greenberg and its effectiveness in helping couples is supported by scientific research as is the Gottman Method.
(864) 396-2821
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
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
Lynn Victory, Counselor  in Greenville
“For 25 years I have helped adults, teens and children struggling with food and body image concerns. Common problems include anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating, compulsive exercise, body image disturbances and sensory food aversions.
(864) 551-4297
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Inhabit Studio: Expressive Arts + Therapies, Art Therapist  in Greenville
“I am a teacher and facilitator of movement-based expressive arts trained in the Life/Art Process developed by dance pioneers Daria and Anna Halprin. The same creative process used to innovate new things in outer life can help us cultivate the creative impulse in our inner lives. My work is best used for mind/body-oriented personal growth in complement to other therapy or artistic processes. It can also help people who want to embody gains with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and disease. I work with individuals and small groups, and lead workshops in private and educational settings.
(864) 502-2160
Greenville, South Carolina 29609
Cherri Walker,   in Greenville
“Are you living a life filled with passion, joy and purpose? Life coaching is the key to understanding these elements and living your life authentically aligned with your strengths, personality, values and purpose. I would be honored to help you discover where you are and where you want to go. I have tools and exercises that I can share with you to make you mindful of what is essential to your life. I look forward to learning and journeying with you!
(864) 368-9154
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP, CSAT
“I am one of two Certified Sex Addiction Therapists in the Upstate of South Carolina and have been personally trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes, Dr. Stefanie Carnes, and Robert Weiss LCSW. I am dedicated and committed to helping those who are affected by love and relationship issues, infidelity, and sexually compulsive or sexually addictive behaviors. My goal is to assist individuals, couples and families in addressing their specific needs to achieve their goals. I also offer consultation and educational seminars for religious institutions, businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions.
(864) 214-2734
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Heather C. Gill, Counselor  in Greenville
“Challenging, Strong-Willed, or Explosive Kids: Parents, are you constantly battling with your child or teen? Do the tantrums or arguments appear to come out of no where AND last forever? Morning battles, dinner battles, bed-time battles, homework battles, battles over chores, gaming and phone battles, etc? Do you feel like you have turned yourself inside-out trying to help your child? Parent coaching is highly recommended in addition to counseling with the child when appropriate. Dr. Gill has advanced training in and is an Independent Facilitator of the "Parenting The Love and Logic Way" Curriculum.
(864) 513-1096
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Nilly Barr, Counselor  in Greenville
“"Working toward clarity and balance at home and work." I believe insight plus action makes for positive changes. I have a great appreciation and respect for my clients as they use their resources and tap into their inner strength and wisdom toward setting goals and making positive changes. Therapy is about making changes and it is my honor to help my clients find their personal path toward their goals. The more I can help a person be connected and honest with themselves, the more they will make decisions, take action, and reach their destination toward their most authentic, happy self.
(864) 334-8134
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Sharon Spivey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISWCP, BCPCC
“I prefer to work with clients on a short term basis who are motivated to make a significant change in their situation whatever their problems may be. My practice is Christian focused with a unique blend of psychological techniques, information and tools with the power of faith and Biblical truths. I work best with adults and or family units. I have extensive experience in working successfully with couples in pre-marriage and marital counseling. Other areas of expertise include trauma, grief, victims of abuse, anxiety disorders, and depression.
(864) 841-9124
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
Faye Slater, Counselor  in Greenville
“My practice is dedicated to working with couples in distress. My training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, which encompasses clinically-proven theories and approaches to relationship problems, enables me to help you: *Strengthen the friendship that forms the foundation of your relationship. *Develop positive communication styles and learn effective conflict resolution skills. *Re-engage emotionally and restore intimacy. *Recover from infidelity and betrayal and rebuild trust and commitment. *Adjust to the challenges of parenthood or blending families. *Understand how past relationships and experiences, including family-of-origin, influence your current relationship.
(864) 332-4422
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Laurie Boussom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I'm honored to practice (and love) a profession that encourages people to feel, think and do better. I provide a unique balance of cutting-edge, science-driven psychology with warm, genuine, human-to-human collaboration. Together, we uncover and nourish the strengths, abilities and sublime quirky stuff that makes you YOU. If you are ready to make friends with the self-limiting monster in your head, want more life in your life, aspire to deeper, more meaningful relationships AND are willing to explore outside previously defined parameters, allow me to help you find your way.
(864) 719-4288
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
“Very few things are more distressing than difficulties with attention, learning, anxiety, depression, memory or mental confusion.If you or a loved one are experiencing such problems as result of a head injury, a difficult life situation, or simply unexplained reasons, there are treatments and resources to help. I am a licensed psychologist with 30+ years of experience working with individuals, families and couples. I have experience in a wide range of settings including schools, a mental health center, psychiatric hospitals, universities and forensic situations.I take a biological/psychological/social approach to assessment and treatment.
(864) 558-9139
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Pat Christensen, Counselor  in Greenville
Counselor, PhD, CPLC, MSN
“We offer professional life coaching for transitions in life. In addition, we can offer tests to see if you are blocked by those issues. Do you need help adjusting to illness, divorce, loss of loved one, aging, relationships, career changes, pre-marital counseling, marriage conflicts, parenting problems or how to deal with aging or ill parents? Our focus is on you--what is blocking you, what are your options, how can you live the life you want to live? There is a path for your life and we can get you started and on your way. Email:
(864) 551-4189
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by the stress of life? Has life come at you, and you feel hopeless, broken, or depressed? Are you dealing with unhealthy habits that you feel are hindering you from being your best self? I will work with you in a supportive manner to find solutions, direction, balance, and help you gain a better perspective on your life.
(864) 642-2858
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Stephanie Nicole Pratt  in Greenville
“Is there a problem or situation that is causing you problems, stress, or concern? Is it affecting your day to day life or those you care about? Do you feel alone in this struggle and desire relief? I am here to help you start and walk your path of recovery, serenity and happiness. Recovery is a wonderful, productive lifestyle of utilizing your strengths, abilities, and awareness so you grow and blossom day by day, and step by step. I can help you on this journey through use of counseling, therapy, and coaching services.
(864) 481-1271
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Counseling Services Of Greenville, Counselor  in Greenville
“Our goal is to help you achieve your goals. We are a group of professionals with a wide variety of experience and expertise. We are ready to assist both individuals and families. We have extended and weekend hours to meet your scheduling needs. Our therapists have experience in a multitude of fields including Life Coaching, Substance Abuse, Marital Conflict, Adolescent Difficulties, Young Child Development and Intervention. We are open to all belief systems and orientations. We provide a variety of counseling techniques and interventions to individualize your therapy experience.
(864) 832-0213
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Hal Stewart, Counselor  in Greenville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MDiv, LPC, CSATCAN
“I help those with Anxiety, Behavioral and Sexual issues. As a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Candidate, I work to help adults and adolescents overcome sexually compulsive behaviors, sex addiction and issues related to love & relationship struggles and unresolved traumatic stress. I assist couples and spouses affected by internet and pornography addiction, emotional / sexual affairs, and financial betrayal. I enjoy helping people overcome their anxiety/phobias and to live life more fully without the paralyzing effects of fear. I find it rewarding to work with adolescents who are struggling to find their own voice and live cooperatively with parents and others.
(864) 397-5970
Greenville, South Carolina 29609
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