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Therapists in Palm Springs

Susan Murphy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
“I can see the potential for true "health" in every individual and am positive and excited about each client. I hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, an MFT license, an MA in Counseling Psychology, an MS in Secondary Ed/Business, & a BS in Fash Merch/Sciences. I was always led to the power of the mind and the cause/effect of family & other relationships on mental health. Psychology is my true calling, gift, and passion. Everyone needs to briefly uncover perceptions from the past and recognize how these perceptions can block us from living a balanced life in the present.
(310) 331-8448
Palm Springs, California 92264
Georgiana Lotfy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, L, M, F, T
“Committed to each individual's well-being and success, I have helped couples, individuals and children dramatically improve their happiness, relationships and life success. I provide counseling for all ages with sessions that are solution oriented for effective change for issues such as relationship difficulties, anger management, depression, stress, loss, addictions. My mission is to provide outstanding, life-changing counseling for emotional healing and healthy living to help you find hope, purpose, and meaning in your life to equip you for life's challenges. I can help you improve your relationships, and make desired changes. Make the call and change your life.
(760) 278-4133
Palm Springs, California 92262
Wisconsin Sturm, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) differs from conventional therapy in that talk therapy takes you only as far as having insights. Insights are necessary for change, but they are only the first step. Conventional therapy works with the mind only. In IBP we access the unconscious material through the body as well. We work with changing thoughts and behaviors by using breath in specific ways, becoming more aware of the body, tracking behavior, and developing alternative ways of being. Change itself happens in a moment, but the quality of the work that leads up to that moment makes all the difference.
(760) 354-9568
Palm Springs, California 92262
Michael's House, Treatment Facility  in Palm Springs
“Michael's House is a chemical dependency treatment center designed to meet the needs of addicted individuals. It was founded to address the critical gap faced by individuals who need special assistance in their recovery - at an affordable cost. We have limited our population to 24 patients and take pride in maintaining one of the highest staff-to-client ratios in the field.
(888) 979-7136
Palm Springs, California 92262
Jeffrey W Brosnan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you ready to begin to change the things that have not or are not working for you? Are you ready to look at what you want to change in your life? Are you ready to do something for yourself? Are you ready to meet with someone who will listen and understand your story without judgment? If the answer is "Yes" to all the above questions, let's set up a no cost no obligation consultation session to better understand your goals of therapy.
(760) 621-0420
Palm Springs, California 92262
Jo L. Hercus, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Most of my clients are seeking change. They want to feel better about themselves, about love and family relationships, friendships, work, and life in general. We can't change what we do not see. So that is where I start, with awareness. My first question is always: "What do you want?" That is where we begin. And if not knowing what you want is the thing you most want to change, your journey will begin right there.
(415) 548-2053
Palm Springs, California 92262
Stan Layne Brosamle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS
“Are you struggling with your teenager? Are you having relationship difficulties? Is there addiction in your family? Are you facing a difficult change in your life? My therapy style is both easy and empathetic as well as solution focused.
(760) 323-8016 x2
Palm Springs, California 92262
Ken Seeley Communities, Treatment Facility  in Palm Springs
Treatment Facility
“The Recovery Assistance Program offered by the Recovery Community works with the entire family system to ensure a stronger, more accountable recovery system. Our Case Management system begins with a minimum of a one-year commitment and can be lengthened up to five years depending on the needs of the individual client. The monitoring and testing protocol that has been developed allows the Recovery Community work with the addict in the environment to create new motivation to change. Our professional case managers work closely with the family, client, treatment center and treatment providers so that everyone stays on track and with the same goals for the client. By creating a streamlined, long-term treatment plan, there is a much greater chance for continued sobriety.
(877) 666-0457
Palm Springs, California 92264
Ronald Carey Rambo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"My approach to therapy undoubtedly varies between individuals---in part because of each individual's unique situation and needs. Nonetheless, my experiences over the course of twenty plus years in the field have led to a preference for focusing primarily on the present, on solutions to identified problems, and on an individual's strengths and resources. This approach does not exclude or ignore an individual's past or presenting problem(s). The primary focus is simply on one's current life situation and identifies actions, which could be taken---with strengths and resources already possessed---to create more satisfying results in life.
(760) 203-4577
Palm Springs, California 92262
Michael's House Outpatient Center, Treatment Facility  in Palm Springs
“Michael's House Outpatient Center is a place of healing and hope located in Palm Springs, California. From the artful decor of the building itself to the expert-level staff, Michael's House Outpatient Center provides patients with the recovery tools, peer support and professional guidance that they need to live full, healthy lives. Patients can attend group and individual therapy sessions, participate in holistic and recreational activities, and experience a compassionate environment where substance use and mental health issues are addressed concurrently. Through psychoeducational and process groups, patients can learn new coping skills and gain valuable interaction with peers in the recovery process. We provide regular aftercare sessions and Intensive Outpatient Program sessions Monday through Friday.
(760) 582-5091
Palm Springs, California 92262
Rachel E. Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Is your child's behavior leaving you confused and overwhelmed? I have enjoyed providing treatment for children ages 2 yrs. - 18 and their families for over 25 yrs. (I also treat adults). I am able to help you understand why your child is acting in a certain manner and teach him/her how to better communicate and cope with difficult situations and emotions. My goal is to guide you in creating a more self-assured child and a calmer home while honoring the uniqueness of your family. Allow me to assist you in your journey.
(714) 804-0335
Palm Springs, California 92262
Gianna Volpe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA, MFA
“My style as a therapist is warm, engaged, creative, and collaborative. I would describe my practice as integrative and holistic. I use a variety of sound, effective and clinically proven therapeutic techniques that incorporate and acknowledge the mind body spirit connection. Understanding the meaning we make of things can substantially impact our well being. Changing our perception opens up the possibilities that may have been there all along, but we were in too much pain to see. When emotional pain is relieved, I believe our capacity for healing grows and we have renewed vitality, a sense of peace, and greater clarity.
(760) 904-4213
Palm Springs, California 92262
Donald W. Grimm, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Palm Springs
“Are you anxious, stressed or depressed? Do you have a medical condition or addiction that affects your quality of life? Are you having problems in your relationships or workplace? If you are looking for help in coping with any of these challenges, then I believe that I can help. I can teach you relaxation techniques that help alleviate stress. I can also help you with journaling techniques and social skills that decrease depressive symptoms. I can help you to understand some of the sources of your anxiety, depression and anger that can affect your personal and professional relationships.
(760) 289-5787
Palm Springs, California 92262
Julie A Siri, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“Over the years I have provided comfort, support and assistance to the chronically ill, dying and bereaved. I am available for consultation regarding end-of-life issues including decision making and concepts of dying with dignity. I am skilled at providing effective support to those suffering from acute grief, as well as addressing the complicated issues of loss due to suicide, accidental overdose, and disenfranchised grief.
(760) 990-7653
Palm Springs, California 92262
CARS Drug Rehab Palm Springs, Treatment Facility  in Palm Springs
“Inpatient addiction treatment, recovery and dual diagnosis treatment programs. Pet friendly residence, private rooms, medicine assisted therapy for opiate addiction, substance abuse, alcoholism and chronic pain disorders. All programs are custom tailored to the individual from his or her own assessment. We combine medical, psychiatric services, therapy, holistic medicine, luxurious amenities, and many other ancillary services to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms. Longer programs, better services and amenities at around the same cost for one month elsewhere. There is who we are and what we do, and everyone else! Call today for a free confidential assessment and discover the difference between "expensive temporary short term treatment and lasting to permanent Recovery" (888) 411-2568.
(888) 411-2568
Palm Springs, California 92264
William Garmon, Psychologist  in Palm Springs
“William Garmon PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of California. He is a Board certified Diplomate-Fellow in Advanced Psychopharmacology. He has over 30 years of experience in psychotherapy and other aspects of psychological work. He is a published author of seven books focusing primarily on depression, loss, grief, suicide, anxiety and more severe mental illness. He is truly a student of the human condition. He is currently in private practice in Palm Springs, California.
(760) 385-6105 x5
Palm Springs, California 92264
Jennifer Hilt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, confused? Do you struggle with depression, anxiety, self-defeating behaviors? Do you desire to move forward? Therapy provides a safe, non-judgmental environment, where thoughts and feelings can be expressed and strategies can be developed, in the interest of fostering healthy change.
(760) 994-4821
Palm Springs, California 92262
Divorce Prevention Counseling,   in Palm Springs
“Many couples are at a crossroads - Should they stay together, but if so, what would it take to turn things around or perhaps they want to end their relationship but desire to do so in a peaceful, respectful way that will allow both people their dignity. This is a serious, life changing decision and should not be made out of anger or frustration. Isn't it better to look at all options, then make the best choice possible, once you have more information? This is where a trained, neutral professional can help you view the situation more clearly.
(760) 276-4704
Palm Springs, California 92262
Brian Healey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People seek out therapy for many reasons, and have concerns that can range from recent problems to struggles that have been occurring for many years. I want to reassure you that whatever distress you may be facing, healing is indeed possible! From my 20 years experience in this profession, I can tell you with certainty that therapy works, and can be transformative and life-changing! Therapy is a place to heal and recover, to work through life's challenges, to get to know and honor yourself, and to live the life you want to create for you.
(760) 856-0679
Palm Springs, California 92262
Albert Jr E Gentle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, CGP
“I work from a combination of cognitive /behavioral, wellness and relational perspectives. My background supports work with adults and seniors with issues such as: depression and anxiety, trauma and abuse, chronic stress, substance use/abuse, gender identity and questions regarding sexual orientation, relationship conflict, loss and general life adjustment concerns. I am particularly interested in working with people who have experienced complex or recurring trauma in their early lives and the impact it may be having on their current relationships and overall life satisfaction. I am also a Certified Group Psychotherapist and co-lead a mixed adult, group psychotherapy. I welcome your inquiry.
(760) 512-1547
Palm Springs, California 92262

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