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Therapists in Houston

Patricia Joann Butera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes life circumstances are overwhelming. Difficult relationships, career challenges, health issues, major losses can all lead to depression and/or anxiety and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. Working with people around these issues has been my focus for 30 plus years.
(713) 338-9241 x1
Houston, Texas 77098
Sallie Wester,   in Houston
“I chose to enter the field of therapy because I believe that people have the capacity to change, and in each of us is a drive to have better, deeper, and more meaningful relationships. I believe that we each have unique experiences that shape us and influence the way we live, and therapy is a means to smooth out the bumps that develop along the way. I seek to empower clients to overcome any issues that may impede fuller, more satisfied living. I work to enable my clients to develop healthier relationships and to help clients reach and witness their full potential in life.
(281) 839-2543
Houston, Texas 77058
Elnaz Afousi  in Houston
“I have experience working with individuals and families presenting with depression and other mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, self-harm, trauma, PTSD, personality disorders as well as relational issues and substance abuse. I approach each client as a unique entity and believe that the therapeutic model and relationship should be specifically tailored to each client.
(413) 241-5936
Houston, Texas 77042
Leisha Campbell, Counselor  in Houston
“I am skilled and experienced in treating Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clients. I address the cultural barriers that are often associated with having a hearing loss, such as: lack of communication access, unresolved family issues, difficulty in obtaining and maintaining employment, and isolation, etc. As a result, the symptoms of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and the myriad of other presenting concerns the client may present are addressed.
(281) 429-8539
Houston, Texas 77098
Sherell Hebert, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MS, NCC, CCH, LPC-S
“Life is a field of unlimited possibilities. Are you ready to begin exploring new options and making new choices? Are you ready to live life to the fullest? My goal is to help you gain insight into the issues that are negatively impacting your life. Together we will form a collaborative relationship so that you can reach your goals. Together, we will find new and better ways for you to manage your life and feel more fulfilled. ***Schedule online 24/7 at www.houstoncounselor.me.*** Email me directly at sherell@houstoncounselor.me .
(832) 356-8549
Houston, Texas 77065
Suzanne Lynn Balka, Counselor  in Houston
“Healing isn't about "processing" your feelings--it's about Honoring them! Hello, my name is Suzanne and I'm a licensed professional counselor specializing in the treatment of trauma, anxiety disorders, mood disorders and interpersonal conflict. Together, we can collaborate and discover healing and a new life in the waiting. I have specialized training and experience treating these issues through my past work and internship experiences and would love to help you. In life we must realize that we can't resolve a problem with the same consciousness that created it. Learn, Heal and Grow!
(281) 724-4266
Houston, Texas 77065
The Lovett Center, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“We seek to understand the person in their environment, and contextualize the treatment needs of each person we serve. By hosting a broad base of helping professionals we create opportunities to connect you with highly specialized and integrative support you would likely not receive in other treatment settings.
(281) 730-8137
Houston, Texas 77006
Olivia D McGill, Psychologist  in Houston
“"That's just the trouble with me. I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it." -Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
(713) 489-3103
Houston, Texas 77024
Mandy Chang, Counselor  in Houston
“Going through different stages of life, I was reminded by my inner voice to "always be strong and do your best". This attitude helps with my marriage, raising children, grieving the loss of both parents, and dealing the constant conflicts with siblings. How to be supportive but not controlling is an art. This applies to both marriage and parenting. I help individuals and couples who are facing difficulties while going through these different stages of life. I help teenagers and young adults to build a stronger self with empathy for others, to seek hope, grow spiritually, and live a meaningful, rewarding life.
(281) 915-1324
Houston, Texas 77043
Linda Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe trust and compatibility are essential to a successful therapeutic relationship. My highest priority is creating a collaborative, safe and accepting environment for fostering change and growth. I work within a broad range of areas including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, parenting and relationship issues. My areas of specialty and expertise are eating disorders, trauma and gay lesbian issues. As a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine, I enjoy teaching and supervising Clinical Social Work trainees.
(713) 338-9183
Houston, Texas 77006
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
Susan B. Parkman, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
“I work with you who have been sent by the company, courts, spouses, family, or self, in an anonymity setting. You will get the help needed and be protected with what you say, unless you are out to harm yourself or others. I will help address, monitor and focus on your individual self awareness and progress to living in society as a whole human being. I provide services for you whom have been displaced due to lifestyle, adjustments in new environments, abuse from self or others, MDD, Bi-Polar, Schizoaffective and Schizophrenia.
(832) 664-7257
Houston, Texas 77092
Matthew Whalen, Counselor  in Houston
“I have a wide array of experience with helping individuals, couples and families develop the skills necessary to successfully overcome challenges surrounding interpersonal communication, marital and relational intimacy, work/life balance, forgiveness, conflict resolution and infidelity. My background as a Junior High and High School counselor also gives me a wealth of experience from which to draw when working with families and adolescents. My ultimate goal is to empower you to make positive life changes while renewing your hope and confidence in your own ability to achieve a healthy and fun balance in all aspects of your life.
(832) 278-1671
Houston, Texas 77079
John Vincent, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a licensed, board certified clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist. In addition to my clinical practice with adults, couples and families, When working with individuals and couples, I begin with a thorough assessment of problem areas and strengths and then forumuate a plan to address those issues using the latest, evidence-based treatment methods. Based on a thorough understanding of the interplay between thoughts, feelings and actions people I work learn to replace self-defeating strategies with constructive alternatives.
(713) 338-9223
Houston, Texas 77046
Andrea Sanchez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Experience across various social aspects from the criminal justice system, to inpatient, outpatient psychiatric services, and trauma focused groups. Treatment modalities vary depending on patient needs from depression, to anxiety, to issues related to life changes. My goal is to provide all services compassionately with each individual's best interest at heart.
(832) 924-0480
Houston, Texas 77008
Teresa Doyle, Counselor  in Houston
“My goals include assisting individuals, couples and families in identifying their strengths and finding solutions that help each individual navigate their way through their current difficulties. I also focus on developing healthier coping strategies so that each person is better able to handle life's stresses.
(713) 428-2456
Houston, Texas 77098
Steve Hartman, Counselor  in Houston
“I consider it a great privilege to help adults overcome the trauma of childhood abuse. Whether it be physical, sexual, and/or emotional in nature, the journey is difficult. I believe it is important to change fearful beliefs that others are to be mistrusted and that happiness is unattainable. Safe places are hard to find. I am diligent in creating a safe place in which a trauma survivor can heal. Sometimes the healing journey is long and painful. I am committed to "walk along beside" for as long as is needed.
(281) 761-6039
Houston, Texas 77095
Noel C Gonzalez, Counselor  in Houston
“I treat adults, adolescents, children, and families who have a wide range of presenting problems. I have particular interests in eating disorders, relationship issues, including couples therapy, mood disorders, anxiety, sexual dysfunction & LGBT issues, and consultation. I also have specialized training, experience, and interests in the treatment of families related to divorce and other family transitions and trauma.
(281) 645-9929
Houston, Texas 77008
Linda Kagey, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCDC
“Does everything look good on the outside while inwardly you are falling apart? I understand how difficult it can be to maintain a positive state of being when issues of addiction stand in the way. All of the family members fall victim to the effects of someone's addictive behavior. You may be enduring enormous levels of stress and pain, sleepless nights, deep anxiety and physical exhaustion. You are not alone. There is hope. Just by learning about the dynamics of addiction and recovery you are well on your way to healing.
(832) 928-0211
Houston, Texas 77066
Kandys R McKinley, Counselor  in Houston
“At our first session, we will focus on your concerns, what brought you into therapy, and any other contributing factors. I will ask questions to clarify my understanding of your concerns, and to get you to begin thinking differently about your situation. We'll discuss your goals and expectations, and how you will know when things are better. My intent will be to help you get "unstuck" from psychological problems, and become the best problem-solver you can be. While collectively working to restore your self-respect, self-worth, and self-mastery.
(832) 981-3994
Houston, Texas 77036

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.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.