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Depression Therapists in San Antonio

John T Pichot, Psychiatrist  in San Antonio
“Dr. Pichot is located in Alamo Heights and is listed as a psychiatrist in San Antonio in the Best Doctors in America® database*. He is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. Dr. Pichot specializes in individual psychotherapy with or without medications related to the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and selected substance use disorders. His office is a 1920's home on Broadway just north of Austin Highway.
Depression
(210) 826-4466
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Larry Mack, Counselor  in San Antonio
“If you are hurting, angry, sad, frustrated, or life just isn't turning out as planned, you probably want it to change as soon as possible. My approach helps you build on your strengths and teach you skills to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. I want you to be able to have the peace in your life that is missing. You probably already have the solution in you. I help you discover that solution and become strong enough to follow it, through our discussions, teaching you new skills, and having you practice/develop the new skills between sessions.
Depression
(210) 853-0273 x4
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Virginia Gonzalez, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I completed my Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. Mary's University. I currently practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and provide support and guidance in a sensitive, empathetic, and nonjudgmental atmosphere. In counseling, I use a variety of approaches and expressive therapeutic techniques that best fit my client in order to help facilitate growth and work towards health and balance. Throughout the therapeutic process, we would work collaboratively to identify personal strengths and skills that can be used to enhance the ability to cope, diminish life difficulties, and find clarity.
Depression
(210) 774-6979
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Mary Joanne Kraus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I work with people from diverse backgrounds while believing one of the most critical components for success in therapy is a good fit with your therapist. If you have questions or are interested in talking with me, I encourage you to make an appointment to come in. I would be happy to meet with you. People begin therapy for many reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected changes in their lives, relationship problems, depression or anxiety, while others seek self exploration and personal growth.
Depression
(210) 702-2165
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Shalise M Schnitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and live a life that is worth celebrating. While we cant change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life.
Depression
(210) 767-2309
San Antonio, Texas 78258
“Assistance to young married couples who seek to strengthen their relationship and improve their parenting skills.
Depression
(210) 529-7882
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Susan Blake, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The psychotherapeutic relationship is unique, unlike any other relationship we may have in our lives. We come to counseling to work with a trained professional who is sensitive to the ways in which our symptoms may be trying to communicate with us. The therapist is a fellow traveler, but one who maintains a degree of objectivity necessary to engage the more subtle nuances of the Soul which manifests itself differently in each one of us. The therapist provides a safe, confidential, and supportive environment in which we may take risks in an attempt at self-discovery.
Depression
(210) 618-0042
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Angelica Ramirez, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I am glad you have taken the first step in the healing process. I am dedicated to assisting you in your healing process using an eclectic approach that is unique to you and your needs. I am here to support, encourage, challenge and empower you to reach your goals. I will help you better understand how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors impact your outcomes. My goal is to help you improve satisfaction in your life and relationships. I will create a safe place that will allow you to restore peace and move you to wellness in your life.
Depression
(210) 714-2705
San Antonio, Texas 78218
Maria Winsborough, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The clinical approach I use to counseling is targeted to attend my client's needs. My preference is the Psychodynamic approach where the client and I explore the origins of their psychological discomfort and use the insights to the healing process incorporating changes in the present. Some clients however come to counseling with a sense of urgency, a need to work objectively in a specific problem with the aim of a faster solution focused to their crisis, and in these cases I support and stay present with the client's needs.
Depression
(210) 321-9839
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Christine M Hefel, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Navigating Life's obstacles can be overwhelming. I work with individuals, couples and families to help provide the guidance and direction they need. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Professional Life Coach with over fifteen years of clinical experience. Whether you are struggling to resolve past hurts, feeling stuck in the present, or looking for leadership regarding future change, I can help. I am a member of the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), and the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce.
Depression
(210) 698-8818
San Antonio, Texas 78257
Lucy K Ziegler, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The choice to seek professional help is a courageous decision. Everyone has events in their lives with which they have to cope. Sometimes the coping techniques a person has used in the past don't work so well anymore and they need help finding new ways to deal with those events. Or maybe it is some new change with which they have to learn to deal. My clients and I work together to understand the changes and to develop adaptive coping skills needed to survive the events in their lives.
Depression
(210) 468-8271
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Jessica Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A, MA
“The client population I work with varies from individual to group, and any modality in between. I assist in resolving issues ranging from depression, self, esteem, marital/relational, rehabilitation, life skills, anger management, and much more. I take children and adults, six years and above, from any ethnicity, religion or background. I also have experience with ex-offenders and those who truly wish to be successfully rehabilitated into society, helping to deal with the many challenges they now face. I am vested in helping those in the glbt community who believe they have no other place to turn.
Depression
(210) 960-9064
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Edward Felan Jr, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Dealing with life's ups and downs can be difficult enough as it is; having to deal with depression, anxiety, anger, grief/loss can make life much more complicated. I would like to be of service to you in order to help you deal with life's complications. I can accomplish this in a variety of ways that focuses on you and your circumstances individually. .
Depression
(210) 888-0212
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Nissa Shakocius, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can present us with many struggles....challenges to our relationships, our jobs, our home lives. At times, the struggles seem so overwhelming that we are unable to clearly and easily find solutions. We may try to talk to our friends and our family about our challenges, but, as sympathetic and loving as they are, they may not be equipped to provide the kind of support we need. You may be considering counseling with the hope that through a combination of empathy, compassion, and an understanding of human emotion and behavior you may be able to find the other end of your tunnel.
Depression
(210) 529-7375
San Antonio, Texas 78258
“I provide individual and couples therapy to older adolescents and adults. My approach to therapy mainly draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I have additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). While I tend to draw from CBT, I incorporate other styles and techniques to tailor each session to meet the needs of each person I work with. I believe the most important and healing aspect of therapy is the relationship that is created between myself and the person sitting across from me.
Depression
(214) 960-2373
San Antonio, Texas 78249
Alison Wynn Tierney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for a change? Does your relationship need help? Are you dealing with depression, loss or anxiety? I have over 10 years of experience helping adults, families and adolescents develop strengths, regain confidence and create brighter futures. I provide an environment of safety, privacy and acceptance where you can express your thoughts, feelings and experiences. I believe that depression and anxiety are major road blocks to success and the quality of an individual's life. Start your journey today! I belong to a group practice, so if your preference is to seek my individual services, please specify this with our receptionist.
Depression
(210) 714-1641
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Jan Hedlund, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I have great care for folks who struggle with the challenges that life brings their way. I have empathy and compassion as well as respect for the courage it takes to seek help for symptoms such as depression, anxiety or other things like relationship issues.
Depression
(210) 714-1939
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Tracy Cooper, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Life is short. Why spend it unhappy? My goal for you as your counselor is to help you be happy, have meaningful relationships, and live the life you want. This happens in a collaborative counseling relationship. Let's work together to help you reach your goals. I help adults, adolescents, and couples who are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, negative behaviors, social stressors & more. I believe change is possible and begins with self awareness and the motivation to change. I provide support and encouragement in a safe, warm and empathetic environment. Contact me for a 20 minute FREE consultation.
Depression
(210) 762-5100
San Antonio, Texas 78258
New Beginnings Christian Counseling Clinic, Counselor  in San Antonio
“New Beginnings offers a unique counseling program with a strong balance of clinical and spiritual care. Our program is deeply rooted in traditional Christian values and incorporates clear and proven biblically-based principles for living. A vital part of the New Beginnings' difference is centered around helping clients identify and develop a proper motivation for change in their lives which comes through a reliance upon Christ and what Scripture tells us. New Beginnings is committed to a high-quality, Christ-centered, biblically based philosophy of treatment. This includes complete assessment and evaluation services and a well rounded outpatient program.
Depression
(210) 714-1933
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Elizabeth K. Oldham, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Are you suffering from anxiety and/or depression? Do you feel like your self-talk is negative and can't make sense of your life path? As a cognitive behavior and narrative therapist I will help you to examine and make sense of your story, identify and adjust negative thinking, and accept and love yourself. Together we will set clear goals and future focused action steps for positive outcomes and life changes. I create an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance, modeling hope and positive outlooks for the future and integrating faith if you wish. NOW ACCEPTING NEW WEEKDAY CLIENTS.
Depression
(210) 591-7466
San Antonio, Texas 78230
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