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Therapists in Missoula

Justin Cline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My concern is with the emotional suffering children, adolescents, and adults endure due to past trauma and present conflict. My treatment approach focuses on these injuries to the Self and other existential dilemmas in order to promote personal growth and satisfaction. It is designed to help people identify and redirect forces at work in their lives which are destructive and prohibit growth, as well as to liberate positive forces from their atrophies and inhibitions.
(406) 565-4316
Missoula, Montana 59803
“I have over 30 years experience working with adult depression and anxiety, as well as ACOA issues. I specialize in marital and family counseling. I work with children and adolescents, especially in situations involving grief, loss, trauma, or adoption. Please check out my website at talktojoan.com
(406) 426-1898
Missoula, Montana 59801
Shari Rigg, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LAC
“Counseling brings you one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered. As a solution-focused counselor, my goal is to help you achieve and maintain abstinence from alcohol or drugs and lead a life worth celebrating. Individual and family counseling sessions are provided in a confidential, safe and professional setting. Together we will explore ways for you to reach your potential and live an emotionally healthy life. I have over 15 years' experience working in a variety of settings. I work with individuals referred by families, employers, professional assistance programs, attorneys, social agencies and the legal system.
(406) 551-6990
Missoula, Montana 59806
Nancy Errebo, Psychologist  in Missoula
“Optimism-----a beautiful word. Investing in psychotherapy is an exercise in optimism. Making a weekly psychotherapy appointment notifies your nervous system that you will commit one hour a week to yourself, in the company of a therapist who cares about your goals as much as you do. In my experience, the lives of people who make and honor that commitment change for the better.
(406) 646-2188
Missoula, Montana 59801
Bernadette Kneefe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have worked with individuals from youth through seniors. I provide therapy designed to your personal needs & I also provide motivation and personal potential counseling. I believe that every individual who walks through my door wants to become a happier/healthier person. I feel my job as a therapist is to assist people to make choices that will lead to a more fulfilling life. This means identifying key issues that may be problematic, building on strengths and working to develop a plan to live one's life more authentically.
(406) 748-6950
Missoula, Montana 59802
Carrie Lee, Counselor  in Missoula
“My therapy is client centered, offering a safe, nonjudgmental therapeutic environment for work to take place. I generally start by getting to know you well. As you develop a sense of safety and trust and feel deeply understood by me, you will probably gain insights and relief in better understanding yourself. As we go, clients increase their awareness in themselves and their relationships with others. They become calmer, wiser, more confident, and empowered.
(406) 924-4163
Missoula, Montana 59802
“I seek to provide individuals and families the comfort and safety that they need to identify their goals and work towards reaching them. Choosing to start therapy is a difficult decision and I provide a collaborative, non-judgmental and safe space for adults, kids and families to explore their strengths, challenges and to improve their lives. I feel that you are the expert on yourself and your children and my job is to come alongside you to help identify and isolate areas of your life that you would like to be different.
(406) 213-4168
Missoula, Montana 59802
Victor Stampley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Symptoms are indicators that our attention is required, to an unexplored aspect of our life and mind. Neuroscientific research confirms that talking can be profoundly healing. It is important that this take place within a safe, accepting relationship, with a skilled and caring therapist. With nearly three decades of clinical experience, I integrate cognitive/behavioral, family-systems and psychoanalytic insights, to help transform troubling patterns into stairsteps toward a better life. Whether you suffer from serious problems, or simply desire more satisfaction in life, my approach can help you.
(406) 534-0615
Missoula, Montana 59802
Michael Settevendemie, Counselor  in Missoula
“For nearly 40 years I have worked with couples and their related issues (marital discord, infidelity, sexual function and pornography issues). I have helped couples restore the friendship and fun to their relationship and learn respectful problem solving. My therapeutic interventions focus on resolutions that provide relief as soon as possible. Ground rules for safety and respect are a standard part of therapy. Treatment typically begin with communication techniques that will allow you to safely address the issues that disrupt your relationship. Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is then used to help couples rebuild their loving attachment.
(406) 880-8803
Missoula, Montana 59802
Suzanne M Richards, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“**Please note: I am not currently accepting new clients. I have 25 years experience providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families who are dealing with issues related to personal/relational growth, trauma, addiction and recovery, depression, anxiety, procrastination and motivation. I provide psychotherapy which is based on principles of mindfulness. I am a graduate of both the Hakomi and Sensorimotor Institutes which trains clinicians in the area of mindfulness based body centered psychotherapy.
(406) 623-9934
Missoula, Montana 59802
Donna Kay Jennings, Psychiatric Nurse  in Missoula
“I believe that lasting and effective biological and psychosocial treatments (psychopharmacology and psychotherapy) for mental health must incorporate and address the digestive, immune, genetic and detoxification systems of the body. I also believe that recovery involves empowering clients via engagement in their treatment to make informed decisions and educating them about their neurobiological conditions. I have been trained in bariatrics (weight loss) and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and use a holistic approach to wellness to help people recover and to have a life worth living.
(406) 534-0633
Missoula, Montana 59808
Jennifer Boehmke Hudson, Counselor  in Missoula
“Welcome to my practice! I take a positive, respectful, growth-oriented approach to therapy. I believe we each have intrinsic resources for healing, as well as an innate striving for vitality, balance, wholeness, and personal maturity. Working with bereaved individuals and families over the past 10 years, I have come to appreciate the power of human resiliency, the importance of naming and claiming our stories of loss, and the transformative quality of suffering. I see my role in therapy as being a witness to your unique story, and a companion to you as you identify and manifest your goals.
(406) 213-0163
Missoula, Montana 59801
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“My ideal client is someone facing change. The change may be from: external forces-like a job change or starting school, internal forces-like the experience of anxiety or depression, or both-as in the case of chronic illness.
(406) 365-1131
Missoula, Montana 59802
Evy O'leary-Bennett, Counselor  in Missoula
“*REHABILITATION AND WHOLISTIC HEALTH COUNSELING *Craniosacral Therapy *Heart Centered Therapy *Somato-Emotional Release Techniques. "a gentle approach to pain and emotional release." Where every session focuses on the whole person; physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Are you sick and tired of hurting, unable to visualize and move toward your full potential? I have an extensive background in Rehabilitation in nursing as well as counseling. I enjoy working with all age groups and am especially talented with children and family systems. This approach is helpful with learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, trauma history, depression, anxiety, brain injuries, chronic illnesses, toxicity,and accidents.
(406) 558-4374
Missoula, Montana 59802
Craig Ravesloot, Psychologist  in Missoula
“You can find solutions to problems that have been hard to solve. I will listen carefully and work with you to find solutions that are acceptable and effective. This approach is useful for reducing depression, anxiety, stress and conflict so that you can be happy and at peacey. Find the right therapist, whether that is me or someone else, and make changes that can make the difference.
(406) 708-4992
Missoula, Montana 59801
John Espy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Psychotherapy is a journey to our inner world. The most common motivator to begin therapy is psychic pain. Emotional pain endures and is often beyond our ability to diminish it without help. I have been in the private practice of psychotherapy and clinical supervision for 35 years. I am the author of 'Eat The Evidence', published by Karnac Books, London, UK. www.karnacbooks.com. Volume two of Eat The Evidence: A Parasite In The Mind is now available. Volume three will be out in March 2015.
(406) 270-5325
Missoula, Montana 59802
Treasa Glinnwater, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You wish things were different. You may be feeling fed up or overwhelmed. Life seems joyless; everything is rote. You may be encountering endless obstacles in your creative pursuits. You procrastinate, feeling clueless about becoming satisfied with life. Anxiety is a constant companion. You may feel hurt or misunderstood. You want better relationships but are struggling to connect. Psychotherapy is a good place for you to begin having a better relationship with yourself. I will be your mentor on your inner journey which can be stormy but worthwhile as you find strength, clarity and a better sense of self.
(406) 282-1931
Missoula, Montana 59802
Lara Mattson Radle, Counselor  in Missoula
“I work with both children and adults on a variety of issues. My theoretical orientation is Attachment and this informs my work with children, adults, parents, families and couples. I have worked extensively with postpartum issues and am the Regional Coordinator for Postpartum Support International. I also offer Play Therapy services for children ages 3-12 and their families.
(406) 960-0147
Missoula, Montana 59801
Katherine Gillispie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCBA
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. My practice is focused on children, adolescents, adults, and families with challenges including depression, anxiety, oppositional defiance, attachment disorders, behavior disorders, peer/social deficits, developmental and cognitive delays, learning disabilities, relationship issues, and parenting challenges. I provide mental health assessments, therapy interventions for your specific challenges, parenting classes/sessions, developmental assessments/ interventions, autism spectrum evaluations/ interventions. My approach is relational & warm with understanding and empathy while I assist you in building on the strengths and resiliency within. Our sessions are focused on building skills to conquer the challenges that you are experiencing.
(406) 551-9661
Missoula, Montana 59802
Maureen Eloise Cordial, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Missoula
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCPC
“Discover how therapy can enlighten your outlook on life and aid in the discovery of an authentic self. It is my goal is to create a safe and open environment for couples, individuals, families, and athletes to explore and conquer the many challenges life often brings. Some of the common issues I work with clients on include relationship challenges, trauma, couples and marital counseling, performance enhancement for athletes, life transitions (e.g. marriage, new baby, retirement, empty nest), self-empowerment, and increasing confidence. You do not need to walk this journey alone.
(406) 299-9129
Missoula, Montana 59802

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