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Therapists in Saint Louis

Gwin Stewart, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, CRAADC, MARS
“Many people feel overburdened and confused with our current state of living in stressful conditions. This can be experienced as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship problems, addictions, or a general sense of dis-connect from yourself. I help people better understand the specific impact this has on one's life, consider new tools for addressing concerns, and ultimately feel more free and confident. If you have specific or general areas of concern or trouble, please call me to determine whether I might be helpful with getting YOUR LIFE back on track - today.
(314) 394-8125
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
TMS St Louis, Psychiatrist  in Saint Louis
“TMS St Louis offers deep transcranial stimulation, a new FDA-approved option for treatment-refractory major depression. TMS is safe and effective, and often works for those who do not improve with medications, or cannot tolerate them. Side effects are minimal, and include scalp discomfort.
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Herzog-Borowiak Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Congratulations you took the first step in becoming a healthier you.! I have a personal mission of helping people reach their highest potential! I am an experienced therapist, educator, counselor, school psychologist, and advocate with 30+ years experience in the helping field. My counseling services are provided to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families across a wide spectrum of issues. I will support you as you process feelings, face difficult decisions, talk through available options, strengthen your current relationships, learn cognitive behavioral techniques and develop coping strategies! Through this process you will learn ways to reach your highest potential.
(314) 736-3716
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Lisa Marie Wagner-Daegling,   in Saint Louis
“I have worked in the field of grief, loss and trauma for 20 plus years. I have learned that individuals are resilient and have the capacity to grow through adversity. I am honored to be a part of the growth process with people as they work through the challenges that may be holding them back from becoming who they can truly be. I feel best suited to help individuals, families and groups that may be facing chronic illness, end of life issues and past traumas resulting in anxiety, depression or poor coping skills. Let's explore how to authentically live again.
(314) 266-3649 x707
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Annalise Millet and I am a private practice provider who offers an assessment based practice specializing in treatment for children, individuals, couples and non offending family members who have experienced trauma, sexual abuse, grief, and sexual behavior problems. I completed my Masters in Social Work at University of Missouri-Saint Louis and am currently working on my dissertation which will complete my doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.
(314) 441-7205
Saint Louis, Missouri 63124
Kathy V Guerra, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“"Life is difficult." That's a Scott Peck quote. Three simple words, but isn't it true on a bad day? The sunny days seem as if they never were. Healing begins just by embracing this quote.You've already taken the first step, which is realizing that the listening ear of a therapist just might be helpful. After graduating from Boston U, my emphasis became adolescents, family relationships, and women's issues. This is my practice emphasis, but my door is open to all who are interested in growth and self-reflection.
(314) 200-0843
Saint Louis, Missouri 63146
Jill Harding  in Saint Louis
“If you feel like you are battling through life alone, I hope you will consider giving me a call. The pain of the past, the struggle of the present, and the worry of the future often trip us up causing the journey of life to be more of a struggle than a delight. In my counseling room, I offer a safe space to work through pain, shame, and fear. My desire is to help you live more fully as your true self. What does this mean? Embracing life, wholeheartedly, with freedom, joy, and love.
(314) 888-9593
Saint Louis, Missouri 63124
Maria Kuhn, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I started to work in the Psychology field in 1989. I have experience in counseling many different clients from several different backgrounds. I provided personal counseling for employees, individual and group counseling for adolescents an adults. Currently, I provide Couples/Marriage Counseling and Individual Counseling for adults. I hold a BA in Psychology, and earned my Masters degree in Community Counseling from the University of Missouri-St.Louis.
(636) 486-3608
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
David Kaufman, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Kaufman is a clinical neuropsychologist and director of Gateway Neuropsychology, LLC. Dr. Kaufman provides evidence-based evaluation services for children, adolescents, and adults, including comprehensive neuropsychological assessment, specialized ADHD testing, and forensic assessment. Dr. Kaufman also offers individual and family psychotherapy, specialized behavioral therapy for ADHD, and organization/executive skills training. Additionally, Dr. Kaufman is a certified provider of Cogmed working memory training. In addition to seeing clients in private practice, Dr. Kaufman is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Saint Louis University, where he is active in the clinical training of doctoral graduate students and research investigating brain-behavior relationships.
(314) 200-0202
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Empower Psych Centers, Psychiatrist  in Saint Louis
“Listening and working in partnership with clients that are struggling with most any mental health issue, commonly things like anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, bi-polar disorder, addictions, and more.
(314) 732-4643
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
Christine Balliett McEvoy, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Christine McEvoy has been a Counselor for over 10 years. Her straight- forward and non-judgemental approach makes it easier for a person to address topics that often bring up feelings of shame and embarrassment. She has extensive experience working with individuals who struggle with addiction issues and eating struggles. Christine has years of experience helping others implement specific techniques that help prevent relapse.
(314) 884-1822
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Helen R Friedman, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Helen Friedman, a clinical psychologist, is a compassionate and interactive therapist with 10 years additional training after her Ph.D. and 35 years in practice. She works with anxiety, stress, depression, grief, divorce, relationships, sexual and work issues. Specialty areas are child sexual abuse (children and adults), sexual compulsivity, dissociative identity disorder, and gender identity issues. Trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities (family systems, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, gestalt, etc.), she tailors her approach to the individual, couple, or family. Dr. Friedman has presented on mental health topics at national and international conferences and in the national media.
(314) 781-4500
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“Jean Stanton Caine, LCSW, LMFT, a Menninger trained family therapist, specializes in many issues affecting individuals and families i.e.: grief, illness, sexual and physical abuse, marital stress, child and adolescent problems. She has an eclectic researched approach in her family practice using both short term and long-term therapy. Jean has been in practice for 25 years. She has been past president on St. Louis MAMFT board and the Missouri board of Family Therapy. She has taught for 20 years at Washington University. Jean does accept most insurance plans.
(314) 828-2601
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Paul Lehmann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a therapist, I have a warm and compassionate approach to help guide you through the therapy process. I work collaboratively with clients to understand their life circumstances and help them overcome obstacles to their problems. I have an innate ability to tune into the nuances of my clients that I continue to refine through years in practice. This helps clients feel more understood and compassionate towards themselves and their feelings. When one is compassionately present with their feelings they start to have clarity as they access their core inner wisdom. This clarity and wisdom helps them to successfully identify what works best for them.
(314) 858-5600
Saint Louis, Missouri 63122
Marty C Lintvedt, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I have enjoyed working as a partner in mental health and wellness for 20 years. It is my hope that as I walk alongside the client he or she will recognize strengths, develop skills, and embrace healing. While I have specialized training in some complex issues, much of the work of a counselor is helping people deal with the everyday struggles most of us face on a daily basis.
(618) 704-7470
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
Helen McGlynn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MA, MEd, LCSW, LPC
“I work with individuals and couples who come for help with panic disorder, depression, trauma, bi-polar issues, and substance abuse. I understand the internal confusion that accompanies these problems, and I know the strategies that will address these destabilizing forces. Partners in relationship need to be heard when their dialogue has gone wrong, and the initial feelings of love and connectedness are strained. I offer hope to each person, a place to safely speak their heart. My therapy includes education, CBT, EMDR, trance, Family Therapy. An individualized plan and step-by-step format are provided to each client.
(314) 925-9081
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Abby Suzanne Howard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with people who want to live happier, more fulfilled lives break free from thoughts and behaviors holding them back. Since you've decided to find a counselor, it may mean the stress in your life has extended beyond your ability to manage. People often find themselves in therapy because they've tried to find healing on their own, but something just hasn't clicked and they feel stuck. My approach to therapy is to first help you feel supported and understood. Then, we will identify the root of your pain and remove obstacles in the way of relief.
(314) 669-6242
Saint Louis, Missouri 63109
Diane Kohm, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a marriage and family therapist I can help individuals, couples, families and children explore and solve problems. I offer Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) combined with Mindfulness-based practices. We will work together to identify areas of distress and to understand your underlying beliefs and assumptions, and then develop skills for testing and modifying beliefs, identifying distorted thinking, and develop new ways of relating to others and changing behaviors.
(314) 254-9696
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Liz Colizza,   in Saint Louis
“Most of us do not experience life as we were meant to. Life happens and then one day we realize that we are not living the life we dreamed or imagined for ourselves. In our pain or apathy, we settle for what is comfortable or familiar or easy. Often, we do not know what is missing in our life, but we feel restless or hopeless. Most of the time, we have been harmed so many times by other people that it feels painful to remember the past, futile to engage the present, and foolish to look into the future.
(314) 786-3317
Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
Brian Bauer, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Life's journey is frequently filled with unexpected twists and turns placing individuals and families into valleys, deserts, and forests where they are left wondering how they will manage from day to day. Often this is the time help is sought for navigating this path but more importantly seeking a perspective to find their way to wholeness and health. At Bauer Counseling you will find a safe place to gain clarity and momentum through this process.
(314) 315-4177
Saint Louis, Missouri 63127
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