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Therapists in San Antonio

Adam Rahman, LPC Intern  in San Antonio
“When faced with adversity, I understand that the process of choosing a counselor can be overwhelming. I specialize in helping individuals, couples, and families become resilient to obstacles and life challenges. As a clinician, I emphasize on the healing power of a strong, trusting therapeutic alliance to help promote optimal mental wellness. I integrate the fundamentals of Choice theory and Reality therapy into developing tailor-made treatment plans for each individual and their specific struggle. Through out my practice, I have worked cooperatively with clients from diverse backgrounds who have experienced relationship issues and substance abuse & addiction.
(210) 490-4419
San Antonio, Texas 78247
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
Nicholas Todd Wilkens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT-S, LPC-S
“Imagine that you are holding a bottle of soda. Now imagine yourself shaking that bottle. What happens if you open the top? It explodes everywhere! Now, if you take that same shaken up bottle and carefully turn the lid to let a little amount of air out at a time, it will settle. This is how I view therapy, with each shake representing a negative experience, relationship, and/or trauma. Good therapy demands being careful with and sensitive to those shakes, and eventually walking out of the door with a mind, a relationship, and a life...settled.
(210) 460-7987
San Antonio, Texas 78232
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.
(210) 714-1933
San Antonio, Texas 78232
“I've been a therapist for over 30 years and thoroughly enjoy my work. I understand the personal nature of therapy and the difficulty it takes to ask for help when already feeling overwhelmed and vulnerable. I appreciate the responsibility and privilege given me when invited to join you in discussing personal and even painful issues. I'll listen, assume nothing, judge nothing, impose nothing and try to find a solution as individual and personal as your dilemma, as quickly as possible.
(210) 429-7108
San Antonio, Texas 78232
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
Focus & Balance, LLC, Psychiatrist  in San Antonio
“At Focus & Balance, you can expect advanced psychopharmacology treatment for all mental health issues provided by caring and compassionate clinicians. Complete and comprehensive computerized testing is utilized for difficult to treat cases of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), as well as other treatment resistent disorders.
(210) 618-0098
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Michael Thomas McCloskey, Counselor  in San Antonio
“J. R. R. Tolkien once wrote in a letter to a friend, "No man can estimate what is really happening at the present. All we do know, and that to a large extent by direct experience, is that evil labours with vast power and perpetual success - in vain: preparing always only the soil for unexpected good to sprout in." Most of us readily identify with the first part of that statement but may not be so sure about the second part. We hope for truth, beauty and goodness and because of that hope we suffer.
(210) 692-9992
San Antonio, Texas 78240
Scott E Persinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“27 years experience working with individuals & families, I strive to provide high quality care to all clients. Each person receives treatment they can afford, and from which they benefit greatly. Treatment is not a passive professional nodding their head, and uttering "I see, uh huh, or How does that makes you feel". An active, goal-oriented, problem-focused discussion of direct relevance to one's everyday life is treatment that makes a difference. If you are not willing to seek help, do not like to laugh, or refuse to talk, trust me, I am NOT your guy!!
(210) 693-0380
San Antonio, Texas 78238
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
Jason Northrup, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT-S, LPC-S, AAMFT, Approve
“Are you having couple or family conflict? I am a trained couple and family therapist who can help. I work with individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing a wide variety of problems such as frequent fighting, sexual difficulties, parenting issues, and more. I work with and affirm clients of all backgrounds, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or faith (or lack thereof). I use evidence-based practices in my work to maximize the likelihood of an outcome that you can feel satisfied with. I will meet you where you are at without judgment and work at your pace.
(210) 529-8953
San Antonio, Texas 78232
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. .
(210) 888-0212
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Irv Loev Ph.D., Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LPC-S
“I hope that I am the kind of therapist that I would want to assist me. I have an integrated approach based on theories of my profession. I started one of the local marriage and family counseling programs. My methods are based on unique theories that I have developed through the years. The methods of assessment I use are quick and I have a clearly defined unit of change. I wrote a book on relationships entitled "Conflict Means I Love You," and often hold seminars on issues in relationships.
(210) 978-0762
San Antonio, Texas 78216
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
Ryan Curran, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I provide counseling for adults, teens, and adolescents. Please view my website for more information about my practice.
(210) 585-4076
San Antonio, Texas 78258
“I am a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. I see clients with individual and family distress for clinical care.I also see other individuals and families with legal conflicts in both civil and criminal matters. These include, but are not limited to, divorce and child custody, personal injury, criminal issues, and military issues. I evaluate individuals facing criminal charges in a wide array of areas to include violence, sex and drug abuse crimes and make recommendations to the courts at the State and Federal levels as well as the Military Court systems. I provide mediation and arbitration services in family matters.
(210) 853-5688
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Mark B Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, LSOTP-S, CCFC, CMFSW
“I enjoy working with clients of all ages. I am often referred adolescents who are involved in the Juvenile Justice System. I am qualified to provide sexual education and guidance to all ages within the framework of their family, community, and religious beliefs. I give parents guidance in helping them to navigate through the courts and their children's schools while offering advice and additional resources. I provide psychotherapy for people struggling with family or personal issues. I am available daytime and early evening hours.
(210) 255-2021
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Albert Combs, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I view counseling as a collaborative effort between a therapist and a client. My desire is to help each individual on a journey of self-exploration leading to a greater level of self-awareness. Self-awareness opens the door to action and change which is what most individuals are pursuing when they seek counseling. I allow the client to determine the direction of therapy identifying client strengths and resources along the way. My approach to counseling is to address the whole person, to integrate the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of each client into our counseling sessions.
(210) 853-0180
San Antonio, Texas 78213
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
A Turning Point - Outpatient Drug Rehab Program, Treatment Facility  in San Antonio
“A Turning Point offers an outpatient alcoholism/addiction program that teaches you to avoid relapse risks, overcome obstacles, and move on to a life of sobriety. We offer relapse prevention, 12-step involvement, cognitive behavioral approaches, anger management, coping/expressing emotions, weekly family involvement and no-cost aftercare. We conduct a small group program in an intimate, casual, supportive setting. Our pricing is reasonable and we are one of the few outpatient programs that provide individual and family counseling as a part of the program. Also, our therapists' credentials and experience are the highest in the field.
(210) 714-1772
San Antonio, Texas 78230
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