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Grief Therapists in Savannah
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Atlantic Coastal Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
“As a licensed professional counselor in Savannah, I believe that it is vitally important to provide my clients a safe place to promote recovery, growth and personal development. I also believe that is essential to create an environment to share concerns, feelings and address issues that are impacting your life and help you navigate your life through whatever challenges you are facing. I partner with my clients as we explore present day difficulties or past traumas. Through a collaborative process my clients are able to build upon their own inner strengths and resources to create the life they want to live.
Grief
(912) 809-2057
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Grief
(912) 662-0611
Savannah, Georgia 31405
CM Savannah LLC, Counselor  in Savannah
“If ghosts from the past are strangling your present, if fears keep you from enjoying your life, or if grief has you frozen, I can help you. I have successfully treated adult women with trauma histories, disturbing memories, severe anxiety and panic attacks, and paralyzing or frozen grief. I have great respect for my Clients' spirituality. I am familiar with Christian theology and the practices of the Church of Latter Day Saints. I employ hypnotherapy where indicated. My goal is that therapy be quick and effective.
Grief
(912) 816-4347
Savannah, Georgia 31401
Maggie Gignilliat, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, RN
“I have experience working with individuals and couples who struggle with relationship issues, parenting difficulties, marital concerns, depression, anxiety, and the pain of grief and loss. I desire to help people face their personal challenges from a Christ-centered perspective. I was raised in a large military family. My husband of 32 years and I raised four children, and now enjoy 6 grandchildren. In addition to being a counselor, I am a registered civil and domestic mediator and a registered nurse. I am located right off I-16 on Dean Forest Road. Daytime, evening, and some Saturday appointments are available.
Grief
(912) 221-4217
Savannah, Georgia 31405
Janet L Flowers, Counselor  in Savannah
“I believe, if you are experiencing any of life's many challenges, including substance abuse, abuse traumas, addictions, relationship problems and others, you can overcome them, grow, and gain life satisfaction and peace, by accessing your own inner power and strength. I support, educate and walk with you, during your therapy process to attain the change and positive life outcomes you desire. Christian biblically based counseling principles are used along with EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral, Brief Solution Focused Therapy,others. At HOPE Christian Concepts Counseling Center, I respect your decision concerning incorporating spiritual support into your therapy and life coaching. I work with all ages.
Grief
(912) 434-1951
Savannah, Georgia 31405
Dawn Gilbert Phd, Counselor  in Savannah
“My speciality is with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety and various other problems that cause conflict in their lives. I also am now offering bio-feed back for pain management as well as assisting clients with focus issues due to ADHD diagnosis. I am also an RN and will assit patient in devising and implementing treatment planning that focuses on health issues as well as mental health issues.I work with all populations.
Grief
(912) 319-4164
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Lynn Pegram, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Do you need help resolving some of life's tougher problems? Do these problems seem unmanageable at times? I have over fifteen years of experience helping clients reclaim their lives as well as their peace of mind. I believe the client-therapist relationship is essential to the therapy process. I will work with you to clearly define your area of concern and develop a treatment plan to effectively treat your needs.
Grief
(912) 226-7884
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Anna D. Skinner, Counselor  in Savannah
“My approach to counseling is collaborative and client centered. My first question to you will be, "what do you hope to accomplish here?" For some people, that will be a simple question with a simple answer. We may be able to come up with a short-term plan to accomplish your goals quite quickly. If so, that's what we'll do. For other people, the question will be more complex, and the path to healing will take a more winding route. That's okay too. I'm here for you.
Grief
(912) 662-0605
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Hope Counseling Center of Savannah, Counselor  in Savannah
“Where are we without hope? I utilize a hope instilling, collaborative and compassionate approach, inviting each client to work toward meeting their unique goals in a safe and supportive environment. Hope is cultivated as we successfully set goals, learn workable strategies to achieve those goals and take action steps to obtain those goals. No matter what you are facing, you can learn how to cultivate hope today to overcome every obstacle.
Grief
(912) 661-2801
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Sheila Bell, Counselor  in Savannah
“Do you struggle with feelings of being trapped or overwhelmed? Do you fantasize about escaping in a red convertible sports car or driving a motorcycle cross country more often than you'd like to admit? Many of the people I see are experiencing difficulty in their relationships which include those between partners, parents and adolescents, as well as those between employees and bosses. Together, we can try to find viable options to help lessen those painful bumps along the road. Always remember this quote by Eleanor Roosevelt,"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
Grief
(912) 289-8630
Savannah, Georgia 31405
Maggie Harris Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my 20+ years as a therapist, I have had the privilege of working with individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds as they attempted to navigate life's many challenges and heart breaks. Sharing in the growth of these individuals has resulted in an extremely enriched career that continues to be rewarding and stimulating .As a practical, interactive, solution focused therapist my treament approach is to provide support, practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensativity and compassion,I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges andpsychological issues.
Grief
(912) 480-9493
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Liz Powell, Psychologist  in Savannah
“I'm a psychologist who likes to take a caring yet upfront approach to therapy. I have experience treating a variety of concerns, from sleep issues to relationship problems to anxiety and depression. I am happy to work with anyone, no matter their age, gender, race, sexual orientation, or relationship style. My passion lies with treating underserved populations and I look forward in particular to working with the LGBTQ, BDSM, and Polyamory/Open Relationship populations. Whether you are struggling with something minor or major, individual or as a relationship, I can offer you help on your own schedule.
Grief
(912) 289-4115
Savannah, Georgia 31405
Ruth M. Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
“All of us, at one time or another are faced with life issues that may require the assistance of a professional. Often, it is a sign of strength to be able to know when to ask for help. As your psychotherapist, I will work with you in a respectful and caring environment to assist you in identifying your unique strengths as well as your challenges so that as a team we can work towards problem resolution as well as improving your overall quality of life
Grief
(912) 226-3425
Savannah, Georgia 31401
Judy Stiles Saucerman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all have imperfections and feel bad as a result. Together we can choose new tools to cope with what's bothering you. Your confidentiality is of utmost importance. Seasoned and experienced, I have over twenty years of conducting successful therapy. I see individuals, couples and families for trauma/PTSD, depression, borderline personality disorder, social anxiety disorder, dissociation and general anxiety issues. My experience also includes over ten years of working with the elderly...issues of grief, loss, depression, Parkinson's, cancer, and end of life issues.
Grief
(912) 434-1513
Savannah, Georgia 31409
Restoring The Spirit (RTS) Services Unlimited, Inc, Counselor  in Savannah
“We are community-based, which means we meet you where you are. We also provide an in-clinic experience for those just needing to get out of the chaos and distractions of everyday life to focus on their therapeutic goals.
Grief
(770) 749-7197
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Atlantic Counseling Services, Counselor  in Savannah
“We provide quality, confidential clinical mental health care to members of Coastal Georgia and are dedicated to providing low-cost, effective services to all members of our community. We have over 70 years of combined experience providing Clinical Mental Health Services to Coastal Georgia.
Grief
(912) 385-0586
Savannah, Georgia 31405
Shelly Ainsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience dealing with Depressive and Anxiety Disorders, individual and couples therapy, specializing in trauma survivors. Practicing for over 20 years has given me insights into a variety of issues. I believe in a clients right to live their most authentic lives, and am committed to each person's right to self-determination.
Grief
(912) 330-4605
Savannah, Georgia 31406
Kimberly McGraw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP, LLC
“I view therapy as a collaborative process that can help you gain access to a healthier and more creative life. I provide a safe, compassionate space to explore issues related to chronic illness, anxiety/depression, grief/ loss, and relationships. Therapy can be like sanctuary - a place where there are no distractions, where there is an opportunity to pay attention to what is important, in a spirit of kindness.
Grief
(912) 335-4567
Savannah, Georgia 31401
Kenneth Denny, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Savannah
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a therapist for over 20 years and I find psychotherapy an exciting field, particularly with motivated clients like yourself. I approach each new client with a clean slate as your experiences are unique and your deserve a individualized approach tailored to your needs. When you contact me, I will ask you a few questions to make sure the clinical relationship is the right one for you and of course you will have questions of your own. Making the decision to begin or continue is a sign of strength and a willingness to grow.
Grief
(912) 208-0450
Savannah, Georgia 31401

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