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Therapists in Houston

Anne Way - Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“I enjoy working with clients struggling with women's issues, medical illnesses, child or adult adhd, adolescent troubles, and relationship concerns. Clients will find my approach accepting and practical. I enjoy working with a variety of professionals in the medical field, members of clergy and ministry, educators who are all looking for a safe place for their own soul work. I am a seasoned supervisor and lecturer, consulting with other practitioners, schools, and businesses to find creative solutions to their challenges. I am happy to respond to critical incidents and provide support following trauma.
(713) 338-9006
Houston, Texas 77056
Katrina Landry  in Houston
“We all go through different things in life from depression, anxiety, abuse, grief or difficulty adjusting to life events. Sometimes fear, communication and relationship conflict arise. The key to managing these concerns are insight on what changes need to be made, what resources do you have, what tools are available and how they are used. Going through tough times in life can already be challenging but going through them alone can be scary and confusing. Take comfort in knowing you do not have to go through it alone.
(281) 602-3796
Houston, Texas 77060
Michael J Butera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It does not take long to live a lifetime, and no one wants to be burdened with unnecessary emotional and psychological suffering. My lifelong goal has been to discover what works to make life a more meaningful and fulfilling journey. In my experience, most depression and anxiety are caused and supported by negative beliefs that lead to a poor self image and to unhealthy behaviors. My mission as a cognitive/behavioral therapist is to help clients examine, understand, and change those limiting points of view and behaviors that cause emotional suffering in their lives.
(713) 338-9256 x2
Houston, Texas 77098
Srlestine T Davis, Counselor  in Houston
“"Keys to Wellness and Recovery" Counseling Services uses a Solution Focus approach as well as Cognitive Behavioral techniques with individuals, families or group of any age. It was designed to help individuals cope with daily life challenges whether its anger, stress or grief. In addition, it assists one to develop the interventions and strategies needed to cope with many of the challenges one maybe facing in today's fast pace world.
(713) 766-5576
Houston, Texas 77045
Tricia Escueta Miller  in Houston
“I am a trained therapist specializing in women's issues. I often work with clients who face marital conflict, relationship concerns, life transitions, anxiety/depression, postpartum depression, family conflict, acculturation issues, work issues, and stress management. Some of my greatest strengths are my ability to listen to you, learn from you, and empathize with you. Clients consider me respectful, outgoing, positive, encouraging, and non-judgmental, and as your therapist, I strive to provide a safe, warm, and therapeutic environment. I enjoy having a collaborative experience with my clients, and look forward to hearing your story.
(713) 999-4654
Houston, Texas 77027
Ashlee Whittemore, LPC Intern  in Houston
“For the past 5 years I have been working with adolescents and adults who struggle with addiction. It is my belief that the symptoms of addiction are manifestations of underlying issues. These symptoms of addiction often times function as a means of "coping", avoiding, escaping, numbing, etc. . Somewhere down the road healthy coping, connection, intimacy, self-worth, esteem, identity, etc., were hindered. Intensity that results from getting high serves to mask emotional deficits. I work specifically with addictions to sex, love, relationships and substances, uncovering what may be wounded at the individuals core. Once these wounds are uncovered, healing begins......
(832) 706-4463
Houston, Texas 77098
Cheryl Scoglio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CDWF-C
“Recovery is about relationships. Success in recovery is connected to our ability to effectively engage with others. Often, relationships feel the impact of stagnant and familiar dynamics that leave us feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. Mood disorders, personality disorders, addiction and shame are influenced by our interactions with others. In recovery we examine our interpersonal struggles and consider what gets in our way of living authentically and making healthy connections. An effective therapeutic process increases self-awareness, teaches us how to be our best in relationships and inspires us to live more whole-heartedly.
(713) 861-5656
Houston, Texas 77007
Scott Hudson Gammeter, Psychologist  in Houston
“I am very interested in working with people who are inclined to in-depth self exploration and healing. I have had intensive training in Jungian psychotherapy and this has deepened my appreciation of the healing tendencies of the psyche and the journey towards wholeness. I like working with clients of all ages but I prefer working with adolescents, middle aged persons, and couples. My orientation to clinical psychology is eclectic, and my approach to clinical treatment is unique for each individual that I work with.
(281) 440-9661
Houston, Texas 77014
Kelli L. Wright, Psychologist  in Houston
“In my practice, I use an acceptance-based, cognitive-behavioral approach called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT is primarily geared toward helping us become better at living full, rich, and meaningful lives. My work with clients typically focuses on the acceptance of themselves and others with compassion, identifying what they want their lives to be about, and making commitments to act in accordance with these chosen life directions.
(713) 338-9238
Houston, Texas 77002
Santhi Periasamy, Psychologist  in Houston
“Therapy is an investment in your personal growth and a dedication to your overall well-being. Therapy can help us identify our strengths and personal successes, and help to explore our areas of growth. I work to provide a trusting, warm, open, and supportive relationship for my clients. Understanding our past and our current life patterns fosters internal growth, so we can understand ourselves on a deeper level, create emotional well-being, and move towards contentment with ourselves and our lives. The therapeutic relationship is a partnership between the client and the therapist, and is based on trust, and respect.
(713) 942-7793
Houston, Texas 77006
Nikki Perry Eisenhauer, Counselor  in Houston
“Holidays are upon us and can force our struggles and issues to the surface like no other time of the year. I am open to working with new clients who would like to work on self care, emotional management, communicative strategies and techniques to help the holidays be less stressful, more peaceful and enjoyable. I believe it is important to offer clients tools for the short term while also working on deeper core issues. We can work on a short term plan to end the year and work from a coaching perspective to hit those New Year's aspirations.
(713) 338-9162
Houston, Texas 77008
Kerry Yonushonis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA, BFA
“Do you feel stuck in a cycle? My approach is to help illuminate healthier paths and tools/skills in order to be more satisfied in your life, family, relationships, and career. We work together to discover more about yourself and reasons behind your choices.These problems may stem from the past or a current issue that you are trying to navigate. Asking for help is a brave step, and one that says you are willing to work in order to have a more fulfilling life.
(281) 532-5340
Houston, Texas 77079
Ponta Roxana Miller, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Ask yourself, are you on track with where you want to be right now in your life? If your answer was no or there was even a pause, let's work on it together. My beliefs are simple, I believe in honesty with my clients, support of their needs, and assertive towards their goals. Even if you are in the beginning steps of a new phase, I will do my best to help your transition as best as I can to go smoothly.
(832) 981-6276
Houston, Texas 77036
Lynn Reasoner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel "STUCK", OVERWHELMED,BLUE or FRUSTRATED? Maybe it seems like NO ONE UNDERSTANDS how you feel. Do you keep repeating the same mistakes in relationships? My clients gain personal insight,higher self esteem and more self confidence. They learn effective communication skills. In addition, clients begin to understand "gender issues" that is how men and women are different! Importantly, client's learn to recognize the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships. With these positive life changes,clients can look forward to a brighter future which includes being in healthier, happier relationships.
(281) 713-9495
Houston, Texas 77098
River Oaks Intensive Outpatient Program, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“River Oaks Intensive Outpatient Program is a program designed to meet the acute mental health needs of multicultural/ bilingual adults in an environment that is safe, containing, and culturally sensitive. We provide comprehensive mental health care with the aim of promoting and restoring patient autonomy, self-understanding, and behavioral change. / El Programa Ambulatorio Intensivo River Oaks es un programa diseñado para suplir las necesidades de salud mental agudas en los adultos hispanohablantes, bilingües y nativos por igual, en un ambiente que es seguro y culturalmente sensible. Proporcionamos la atención integral de la salud mental con el fin de promover y restaurar la autonomía del paciente, comprensión de sí mismo, y el cambio de comportamiento.
(832) 742-6628
Houston, Texas 77024
Jana Rosenbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“Since 1993 I have genuinely enjoyed helping hundreds of individuals change their lives for the better. I approach my work with a heart of compassion and courage, and am well grounded in extensive experience and advanced professional training in a variety of therapeutic approaches, including psychodynamic, mindfulness, mind/body work, systems theory, trauma recovery, and group psychotherapy. My style is eclectic and creative, and my commitment is to collaborate with each individual client as they discover their own unique path to healing. My specialties include eating disorders, couples work, anxiety and mood disorders.
(832) 304-2364
Houston, Texas 77019
Rhonda Sherman, Psychologist  in Houston
“As a licensed psychologist for 18 years, Dr. Sherman is a qualified, caring, and compassionate professional who assists individuals in identifying personal goals and in creating a treatment plan determined by the needs of each individual. Dr. Sherman's approach to psychotherapy is highly interactive. She is very respectful, and focuses on mutual exploration and collaboration in the therapeutic relationship. Dr. Sherman has training and experience in many areas of behavioral health, including treating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress related to a variety of life experiences. Treatment interventions focus on increasing self-awareness, positive coping skills, and healthy behaviors.
(281) 557-6946
Houston, Texas 77024
Quentin E Dinardo, Psychologist  in Houston
“Do you struggle with fear or anxiety? Do you lack confidence or feel dissatisfied with your accomplishments? Are you making the most of your life? Drawing on 30 years experience, I have developed an approach to help you overcome fear and anxiety, to build the confidence to succeed and find fulfillment in your work and life. I call this program Personal Force. I developed this program working with athletes, performers and senior executives to help them maximize their potential. Today, using the same principles, my practice is dedicated to serving anyone who wants more from life.
(281) 839-2404
Houston, Texas 77006
Jaclyn Landry, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, LMFT-A, NCC
“I believe that my clients have the ability to choose how to resolve their own problems through a creative collaborative process between therapist and client(s). I believe that clients are responsible for their own behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. I help clients acquire new tools to facilitate behaviors and ways of thinking to create the desired changes in their lives and relationships. As a counselor, I encourage greater understanding of how clients function as a part of their world to increase awareness for effectively navigating the complex challenges of life.
(281) 677-3039
Houston, Texas 77084
Ronald J Swatzyna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCB, BCN, CART
“ADHD, Autism...it's time to stop guessing. This is particularly true when medication fails to alleviate enough symptoms or they cause unacceptable side-effects. New technology now provides scientific evidence linking an individual's symptoms to specific neurological findings with a process called Neuro-Biomarker (NBM) profiling. Dr. Swatzyna is on a team of international scientists that uses advanced technology (EEG/qEEG brain mapping) to assist psychiatrists with medication selection and treatment planning. Our research (n=386) suggests there are four reasons why medications fail and treatment is thwarted. Early identification NBMs can greatly improve treatment results and prognosis.
(713) 338-9040
Houston, Texas 77027

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

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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