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Therapists in Anderson County

Angela West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am honored when asked to assist someone in their journey to find strategies for dealing with a range of life's stressers, heal from trauma or loss, recover from addiction, engage in self examination of unhealthy relationship patterns, or to improve communications/relationships between couples and families. I embrace a client-centered, strength based approach to therapy as I believe that the solutions to life's problems lies within the individual. My goal is to create a safe space where clients can share their story without fear of judgement and feel empowered to make positive change, grow and heal.
(865) 238-5069
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Amy Hylton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Trusting others can be difficult when you have been betrayed, neglected or abused. If you or your child is struggling with emotions or relationships, please allow me to help. By tailoring my interventions to your specific strengths and needs, we can work together to discover your potential and allow you to gain the peace and confidence that you need. This therapeutic relationship is non-judgmental and supportive of the unique person that you are.
(865) 229-1280
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
William A. Macgillivray, Psychologist  in Oak Ridge
“Many people seek therapy because they want answers to their problems, for example, a diagnosis, a treatment plan, etc. It can be enormously helpful to have an understanding of one's problems and coping patterns. The initial phase of any treatment is to develop a clear understanding of the problem and possible interventions, including behavioral and lifestyle changes, etc. At the same time, change is rarely the product of finding a specific intervention, but is often the process of finding better questions. People grow and change through relationships; and psychotherapy is a special kind of relationship that facilitates this process.
(865) 316-6858
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Jeannie M Underwood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oak Ridge
“I have been in private practice for 13 years as a licensed marital and family therapist. I specialize in marriage and couple counseling, individual, adolescent, and divorce recovery. As a family therapist, I specialize in family conflict and work from a family systems model. This can consist of family and/or individual counseling, determined by the needs of the family.
(865) 465-2239 x2
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Jimmy Hill, LPC Intern  in Oak Ridge
“Many times in life, we face challenges and struggles. These struggles can take on many different names which may include depression, stress, low self-esteem, relationship problems, crises, and so on. It is important to know that there is help available when you need it. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I am trained and experienced in using proven, evidenced-based techniques to help you process and overcome the challenges you are facing. Whether it be you, your teen, or your family, schedule a session today to receive the support, help, and healing for which you are looking.
(865) 622-3667
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Margaret Berret, Psychologist  in Oak Ridge
“I enjoy working with people of all ages including children and teenagers. If your child seems upset or is having trouble in school, if you have concerns about your child's behavior or about changes the family is going through I would like to help. I also see adults for issues such as anxiety, depression, or troubles at work or home. People can grow and change throughout their lives, so we might look at how life experiences have affected who you are, and how you are, today.
(865) 268-8773
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Sharon E Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“Life can be challenging and overwhelming. We all need someone to listen and guide us from time to time. I specialize in working with couples, teens, adults, and families. I provide a safe, nurturing, non-judgmental environment that will allow the emotional support you need as we work together, through whatever issues you are facing.
(865) 285-7455
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Janet Riepe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Seeking help from others is often a difficult decision, but can also be an important first step in overcoming the many different challenges that life can present. I am a compassionate, experienced professional who understands the stresses and challenges that individuals and families face. I will work with you to help you succeed and grow into the kind of person you want to become. I strongly believe that people already have the internal resources that they need to heal themselves. My job as a therapist is to help you discover and use these inner resources to the fullest extent possible.
(865) 896-2812
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Shawn Bissell Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Q-SAP
“I have been in the field of social work for twenty-two years providing psychotherapy for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Counseling can be a difficult process in which vulnerabilities and pain are often exposed. I provide a safe, nurturing, non-judgmental environment making the client as comfortable as possible to explore this process and address concerns. My goal is to provide safe and healthy coping mechanisms as well as a clearer understanding of the issues presented.
(865) 312-6884 x4
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Ellen Hitchcock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, I ensure a confidential counseling relationship that is both safe and supportive. I am devoted to helping my clients navigate through the mental and emotional distress that is causing them difficulty. My interactive, flexible, and comprehensive approaches are tailored and mutually designed with my clients. Clients gain insight into themselves, increase their self-understanding, and develop healthy coping strategies that help them release unwanted behavior patterns. Through their therapeutic experiences, clients gain personal power and make lasting satisfying change. My techniques are a blend of traditional and holistic approaches, including EMDR, (eye movement desensitization & reprocessing). SASSI testing for alcohol/substance abuse & addiction.
(865) 230-5151
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
BrainAble Neurofeedback and Coaching, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oak Ridge
“I work with people who are ready for life to change. Some people bring diagnoses of ADHD; others with reports of anxiety or depression. I am less oriented toward a diagnosis, and more oriented toward what works for the client.
(865) 337-8376
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Samantha Ann Hutton-Metheney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CHT
“I believe that clients have the innate ability to heal through accessing their innermost selves. Each client is traveling their own personal, interpersonal, and spiritual path and I act as a guide to help facilitate and co- create healing and wholeness. Through healing old wounds, past traumas, and solving relationship conflicts, I aspire to help individuals, couples, and families reach their highest potentials to aid in having richer and more fulfilling lives. My approach is Transpersonal, which means that I look beyond the ego into the spiritual to encourage wholeness in each client.
(865) 730-4209
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Marjorie Mott Lloyd, Counselor  in Oak Ridge
“I love working with individuals and families. I have several years experience doing anger management/domestic violence with both men and women. I have done a lot of parenting training, and family therapy. I have experience working with individuals dealing with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, sleep problems and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. I also do Christian counseling upon request and enjoy doing that.
(865) 240-2262
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Lynn M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can oftentimes become overwhelming, with various demands placed upon us from family, work, and society in general. These stresses can affect our lives in many ways, negatively contributing to our physical and emotional health. As individuals, we have the power to make positive changes in ourselves, improving how we cope with and overcome life's challenges. The process of change and emotional growth is one that starts with the initial step of reaching out for help. Therapy can provide a safe, confidential, judgement free environment to explore how to cope with life’s stresses and achieve a more fulfilling and rewarding life.
(865) 745-0782
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Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Corinne Bell, Psychologist  in Oak Ridge
“I have provided psychological services over the East Tennessee region since 1979, for children, parents, adults and couples in relationships, including GLBST. I offer both diagnostic and therapeutic services to those coping with anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral disorders, PTSD, and concerns about parenting, relationships, grief, loss, employment and other issues. I have served many patients with. PTSD, OCD, other anxieties, and history of traumatic ecents. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and EMDR are therapies often included in my work. Diagnostic and treatment plans are developed exclusively for the needs presented.
(865) 264-3138 x102
Office is near:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Jane A Barton, Psychologist  in Oak Ridge
“I specialize in cognitive-behavioral therapy and feel it is my privilege to help people overcome psychological roadblocks to their hopes and dreams. I have a compassionate, empowering approach with special training in treating substance abuse, eating disorders, survivors of sexual abuse, and family and couples counseling, as well as depression and anxiety issues. I also work with family members who have a loved one with an addiction problem, as it can be so difficult when your loved one does not seem ready to change.
(865) 375-5256
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Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
K. Renee Delapp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, JD
“I work from the belief that people hold within themselves the ability to change. Often our greatest change comes at times of transition. Transitions-such as change of age status (becoming old, becoming a teenager), gender identity, relationship (marriage or divorce or death)-present a need for careful decision making and support. When confronted with hard challenges, many of us need someone simply to assist us in looking at our lives and developing strategies for bringing about the change we desire. My work is to listen deeply and assist people in identifying their own sources of power and ability.
(865) 407-2374
Office is near:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
“I enjoy working with a variety of clients, including children, adolescents, adults and couples. Approximately 20% of my practice is children and adolescents, about 50% adults, and about 30% couples. I work with the family when I am working with children and adolescents. I work closely with several psychiatrists in the practice here but I believe in using as little medication as possible. I encourage clients to do everything they can to help themselves naturally, including eating healthy, exercising, and enhanced self-care. I believe in a biopsychosocial approach--considering the whole context that can influence an individual's life.
(865) 584-0171
Office is near:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Megan MacNamara, Psychologist  in Oak Ridge
“Experience balance by making exciting life changes. I specialize in creating personal growth and self discovery through balanced brain waves with EMDR. I help people manifest what is missing in their life by focusing on the life they want to live. Reprogram your brain towards balance with a powerful tool called EMDR. I focus on life enhancement by incorporating art, natural healing practices, hypnosis to help you connect with your intuition so you may listen to your deepest hearts yearning. I am open minded and fun and diversity is important to me. Groups now available!!
(865) 383-1322
Office is near:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
Child Therapy Services,   in Oak Ridge
“Child Therapy Services offers assessments/diagnosing by a behavioral psychologist, Applied Behavior Analysis therapy, and Speech Therapy. We specialize in early identification, intervention and treatment of delays and disorders for children ages 2 to 18. Early detection of a developmental delay or disorder is critical. Research shows that identifying these delays as early as possible and seeking treatment improves the child's long-term outcomes.
(865) 927-8773
Office is near:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Anderson County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Anderson County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Anderson County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Anderson County or family therapy in Anderson County.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.