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Therapists in San Antonio

Daniel Professional Counseling Service, Counselor  in San Antonio
“The decision to seek out professional help with life events and to pursue the ideal Hope for Tomorrow is always a step in the right direction. Throught the ages, philosopher and historians have attempted to understand the nature of our races, its orgins,psychological makup, the purpose of man; why man has difficulty living in peace, and humanity's final destiny. How do we live with faith, hope, and intergrity in this wonderful country of ours. One day at a time. Together, my clients and I can work toward developing new coping stategies to better understand life's challenges.
(210) 714-1569
San Antonio, Texas 78217
Mark Steege, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LPC
“I am a retired AF Chaplain who specializes in sexual dysfunction and relationship counseling. I also work with sexual addictions and sexual abuse. I have a strong faith but no need to preach. I begin therapy with where the client is rather than trying to figure out how they got there.
(210) 702-2302
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Ryan Curran, Counselor  in San Antonio
“As a therapist, I enjoy creating a place for self-exploration. Using therapy to explore and reflect on our self, our relationships, or how we have answered life's questions can provide us with a unique way to guide ourselves in the present. The counseling process allows us to gain a greater sense of self-awareness, and the clarification needed to pursue the life we want. My goal is to create a supportive, nonjudgemental environment that fosters inner guidance and personal growth.
(210) 585-4076
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Justin D Hansen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have a desire to work with couples, helping with communication and healing after a crisis or traumatic event in the family, or working through infidelity and addiction. I also enjoy working with the family system, blended families, and families of all cultural and ethnic backgrounds. I also like to work with families of religious backgrounds, and with those who have physical disabilies. I have a crippled right arm, so working through life with this challenge has helped me learn to persevere through hard things. I wish to help others do the same, whether they have physical limitations or not.
(210) 460-1319
San Antonio, Texas 78213
Arturo Freyre, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Are you seeking change? Understand that change takes a leap of faith. When we make the decision to that change is needed part of the problem is that we are venturing into the unknown and that often times keeps us from taking the next step. Please allow me to help you, together we can get you to where you would like to be. Please understand that therapy is a process and it requires being mindful and in the moment.
(210) 529-7686
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Kevin Milligan  in San Antonio
“Life can present us with difficult challenges. At times it can be hard to navigate through life's journey alone. I am here to take that journey with you and help you develop tools to work through difficult situations. If you are grieving, living with depression, trauma, anxiety or any other difficult feelings, then consider scheduling a counseling session with me. I strive to help you develop tools and techniques to work through your situation, as well as provide you with a safe environment to process your feelings. I look forward to the opportunity of helping you reach your goals.
(210) 538-4285
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Kenneth D Miles, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Thanks for stopping by. The benefits to working with a counselor are numerous. You're free to speak your mind without condemnation. Compassion, understanding, and insight are hallmarks of a good therapist and are qualities that help you to be heard and listened to. Often what people need is validation and affirmation that what bothers them is important. Sometimes the burden of guilt and shame in a person's life is so heavy that even talking to friends and family seem impossible. Seeing a therapist helps you to know you're not alone and that there is a way out.
(210) 384-2742
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Walter J Hanss, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Many people who have - or would like to have - a spiritual dimension to their lives, also desire counseling. If you are such a person, couple, or group, you may wish to call me for more information on my services. My goal always has been to combine the best of counseling practice with our spiritual reality.
(210) 255-2517 x18
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Donald C McCann, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I am currently setting appointments only for clients and families I've previously seen. I am not accepting new clients. With 35 years of experience, I help people rally their strengths to overcome problems in living which have diminished their success and happiness. A practical, results-oriented psychologist, I believe that when people feel safe and free from criticism they are most able to see new solutions to their difficulties and to try new behaviors. I believe a counseling relationship is most effective when it includes empathy, humor, frank and straightforward discussion and, occasionally, no-nonsense confrontation.
(210) 767-2359 x1
San Antonio, Texas 78218
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.
(210) 853-0273
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Texas Psychological & Consultation Srvcs (TPACS), Psychologist  in San Antonio
“Texas Psychological & Consultation Services (TPACS) is a specialized psychological and mental healthcare practice serving areas across the state, maintaining a strong presence throughout South Texas including the Greater San Antonio Area and Rio Grande Valley. We are proud to have had opportunity to provide thousands of South Texas families with Spanish-language, culturally-competent services.
(210) 598-5175
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Rick Wadsworth, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I am an eclectic therapist utilizing a combination of behavioral, cognitive and emotive approaches to assist my clients in change and experience happier lives. The aim of our work together is to assist you to find what works best for you, to assist you to discover and develop resources within yourself and your community. My experience (20+ years) is that most of us respond well to a combination of cognitive, behavioral and emotional work. In practice, I have found that the application of mindfulness to life is indispensable. I work with adults and adolescents in group, couples and individual.
(210) 390-6227
San Antonio, Texas 78247
Donald Aulner, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I've never been one for flowery statements or colorful phrases when describing my counseling practice. My focus is on you-the client and what you're looking for. Motivated clients usually do best, but anyone with a desire to live a better life can achieve great results. Sometimes we just have to put the behavior in front of the feeling. Nothing comes easy and there are no special shortcuts. If you want a more meaningful life and are willing to work for it, then I would like to meet with you and work out a plan for success.
(210) 702-3080
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Cody Villafana  in San Antonio
“I believe that the counseling process should be a team effort. As such, I am excited to work together with all of my clients to assist them in overcoming whatever issues they are dealing with. This includes helping to empower them to be able to overcome any similar issues in the future. I also know that counseling can sometimes be an intimidating process. As your counselor, I will put a conscious effort into creating a safe, welcoming therapeutic environment. I do not take insurance, however, with private pay there is less diagnostic material/labeling and more confidentiality.
(210) 762-6082
San Antonio, Texas 78201
Jacob Pickard, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I provide therapy or counseling to adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I seek to be flexible in meeting the needs and preferences of my clients and to proceed at a pace that does not overwhelm them. I strive to provide my clients with an atmosphere of warmth, acceptance, compassion, and humor. I will not just passively listen, but will share my thoughts and perspectives with you, and when appropriate, challenge you. Ultimately, therapy should provide clients with the tools and knowledge to build and maintain a more fulfilling life, without the support of a therapist.
(210) 526-0456
San Antonio, Texas 78213
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.
(210) 826-4466
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Edward Pacetti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are feeling tired or overwhelmed? I am a good listener and can help you seek solutions to issues of concern. With 20 years of experience in the field of Behavioral Health. I am an advocate for all Persons with Disability and Human Rights issues. I want to work with you to point out your successes and work towards solutions to whatever is troubling. Optional in home visits within the San Antonio Area or visit my Fredericksburg Office.
(210) 762-6356
San Antonio, Texas 78201
The Right Step San Antonio - Outpatient, Treatment Facility  in San Antonio
“I provide comprehensive substance abuse at an exceptional value. I offer a level of treatment I would expect for my loved ones. I provide education, therapy and support for all family and friends of the active client. I believe it is important for the loved ones to be able to understand the dynamics of addiction and urge them to be involved in our education process and receive free therapy for their experiences with the clients seeking treatment for their alcohol and drug related issues. We will find solutions to your anxiety, depression, shame, anger and loneliness. You are not alone!
(866) 418-2069
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Clifton Fuller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, LPC-S, LMFT-S
“I'm here to help my clients discover personal strengths, adress life issues, find direction, increase hope and happiness. My goal is to help my clients reach their goals, resolve issues and move forward as quickly and effectively as possible. I work closely with those evaluating life, relationship, education or career changes. (I hold multiple licensures: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor and also an Approved Supervisor for LPC's, LMFT's & LCSW's). I'm also author of "The Marriage Vampire" (addressing issues for those in relationship with a narcissistic personality)
(210) 598-5053
San Antonio, Texas 78248
Richard B Garver, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I enjoy working with motivated people who are interested in actively addressing whatever problems they are facing. We work collaboratively to find possibilities inside problems, to develop hypnotic strategies to enhance problem solving capabilities, and to encourage successful follow through. My clinical expertise in hypnotherapy began in the USAF where I was trained as a psychologist after being a pilot. I have been fascinated with the power of the unconscious mind ever since and enjoy teaching others to find and use this powerful, personal tool.
(210) 468-6055
San Antonio, Texas 78255
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