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Family Counseling Therapists in Glacier County

Area auto-widened to the state of Montana - no Therapists were found in Glacier County, MT
Arthur Justin Short, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MPH, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in counseling individuals and families dealing with cancer and chronic disease and other health concerns. My primary areas of focus are: anxiety, depression, life transitions and adjustment, decision-support counseling, health system education, grief and loss, end-of- life care, long-term treatment side-effects, palliative care and pain management, men's health, caregiver stress, and communication strategies and coping skills for the entire family.
Family Counseling
(406) 961-7203
Bozeman, Montana 59719
“Andrew has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years. Andrew's heart and passion is to help people clarify the immense confusion which can arise when they enter their internal worlds. So often we avoid looking at what is inside for fear that it will distress, sadden, or overwhelm us. I believe my job as a Counselor is to help you to discover, understand, and accept what is there, and to help you make sense of the process and the outcome, and ultimately, to find peace.
Family Counseling
(406) 491-5033
Butte, Montana 59701
Debra Klemann, LCPC, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kalispell
“My goal is simply to help people overcome life's challenges. My philosophy on counseling is strength and solution-based, focusing on the competency and courage of people verses their deficits. My methods of intervention are based in family systems theory as well as cognitive behavioral theory. That is I believe that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all connected and in altering one we can alter the other two. I also focus my case conceptualization and interventions on the relationships and systems encompassing each individual.
Family Counseling
(406) 257-8555
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Joe Keller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kalispell
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“Any aged couple experiencing distress and despair in the relationship. You may be saying to yourself: "I feel stuck. I feel disengaged. The problems seem insurmountable. When I attempt conversation about difficult issues they invariably turn to gridlock. Hurtful words are used by both of us. Withdrawal, isolation and silence follow. It seems we have a crisis over something. Then we have a brief honeymoon followed by a period of tension leading to another explosion. Seems like it never ends. Seems my efforts to engage are met with distancing by my spouse. I feel more and more disconnected, more helpless and hopeless about this relationship."
Family Counseling
(406) 250-8818
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Heather Cashell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hamilton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all experience life's challenges. We all desire to grow and heal. Engaging in counseling is a process that deserves respect. A willingness to look honestly within ourselves, assessing both our strengths and limitations, is challenging. It's also a positive first step toward healing, positive change, and a sense of empowerment.
Family Counseling
(406) 381-2592
Hamilton, Montana 59840
Michelle A Phillips, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Billings
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, LMFT, NCC
“Emphasis: Children, families and adults. I am an LCPC, LMFT, NCC specializing in trauma. I am an EMDR provider and Delta Certified Animal Assisted Pet Partner. I utilize a wide range of techniques including Dialectical Behavioral, Rational Emotive, Cognitive Behavioral, Stress Model, Crisis Intervention, Clinical Assessments, Art and Play to assist in identifying neurological/organic, experiential and developmental factors that inhibit a persons ability to excel. Am a member of the Board of Nationally Certified Counselors, Nationally Certified Counselor
Family Counseling
(406) 646-2310
Billings, Montana 59102
Courtnay Duchin, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I believe that the foundation of all successful psychotherapy is in the therapeutic relationship - the creation of a safe, non-judgmental, experience that allows you to focus on gaining a better understanding of your 'sense of self' and your relationships. It is in this environment that deep psychological work and healing can occur and you are able to gain insight and create enduring changes that empower you to live the life that you choose. Clients describe me as engaged and intensely committed to dialoguing about who they are and what they would like to address.
Family Counseling
(406) 623-4109
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Dirk Schenck, Counselor  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, MS, EdM, CAGS
“PLEASE NOTE: Currently, I am not accepting new patients. My apologies. If you are reading this, chances are you are not a struggling adolescent. In all likelihood, however, you are a parent or other caring adult, who is looking to help such an adolescent. Compared to adults, youth have fewer coping skills, less control over their environment and, sometimes, lack the capacity to work through what's bothering them.
Family Counseling
(240) 724-2638
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Lonnie Gribnau, Counselor  in Stevensville
“I have been working in my field for twenty years. My office is soothing and comfortable. I see working together as a partnership in a trusting open relationship. My focus is down-to-earth, direct and gentle in helping people find answers that work for them.
Family Counseling
(406) 668-0171
Stevensville, Montana 59870
Dustin Lehman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Billings
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LCPC, LMFT, PC
“We have an innate need to be in relationship. It is the very foundation of what it is to be human. We need to experience love, reciprocity and fulfillment. A healthy relationship considers the needs of others, focuses on patience and kindness, maintains honesty and trustworthiness and is nurturing. I'm a therapist who works at helping my clients restore love and trust within their identity and among relationships by essentially helping them become their own therapist. Everyone experiences violations in relationships and it's when we're without a restoration process that we continue feeling pain.
Family Counseling
(406) 205-8619
Billings, Montana 59102
Stefan Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kalispell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I approach every client with concern for immediate difficulties and symptoms, but also believe that one of the central tasks of therapy is to gain self knowledge and understanding. Other important therapeutic outcomes might include acknowledging emotion, understanding avoidance, and identifying behavioral and relationship patterns. Research studies consistently demonstrate that focusing on relationships (past and present) increases the likelihood that therapeutic work will be effective.
Family Counseling
(406) 445-0723
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Sally Jo Hand, Counselor  in Bozeman
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, MDiv, ATR-BC, LMHC
“Helping empower people to live joyful, abundant peace-filled lives, while enjoying the gift of life given me by God forms the purpose and drives the mission of my ministry as a therapist. The purpose of Heart and Hand Center is to alleviate suffering that comes to people of all ages as a result of trauma, grief, loss, injury, accidents, divorce, family dysfunction, war, poverty, addictions, death, and disease. We use a healing approach combining compassion and care with expressive arts therapy, equine assisted psychotherapy, and spirituality to address root causes of emotional, behavioral, and psychological problems.
Family Counseling
(406) 551-4048
Bozeman, Montana 59715
Weiss Counseling, Counselor  in Billings
“My ideal client is a person that needs to share his/her emotional pain and work with an individual treatment plan. I encourage trust and rapport during the first contact and throughout treatment. A safe environment with unconditional regard is provided. I have many years of experience working with adults, couples and families. Reality therapy with behavioral and cognitive techniques are utilized. I facilitate needed changes for the client to overcome emotional and behavioral struggles. A holistic perspective includes God and prayer for spiritual healing. I am best suited to treat anxiety, PTSD, depression, anger management and grief issues.
Family Counseling
(406) 848-0349
Billings, Montana 59102
“I work with adults, adolescents and children. My therapy focus is cognitive behavioral and interpersonal. Also,I am certified in EMDR. My main treatment areas are anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD and marriage problems.
Family Counseling
(406) 365-1724
Billings, Montana 59102
Tim Dallacqua LCSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Great Falls
“I have worked as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at several in-patient psychiatric facilities, adult day treatment programs, hospice programs and my own private practice for 32 years..
Family Counseling
(406) 206-0615
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Penny Nord, Counselor  in Missoula
“My clients are mostly individuals (including young adults) and couples who report that their lives are unhappy and unmanageable. Can you identify with any of these concerns: feeling depressed and anxious/stressed, dissatisfied with a relationship/lack of intimacy, transition issues, ineffective communication skills, low self-esteem, chemical dependency/substance abuse, codependency, ineffective coping, grief/trauma/loss, parenting/step-parenting and family of origin issues? Therapy can help you move through the people, places and things that keep you stuck. Address how the baggage from your past experiences may be affecting you today. Rediscover yourself. Live the life you desire.
Family Counseling
(406) 204-3916
Missoula, Montana 59802
Megan Spalding, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I offer counseling for families, couples, and individuals. I have devoted my career to helping parents find positive ways to approach, relate, and understand their children who are struggling emotionally and/or behaviorally. I also collaborate with couples to navigate relational difficulties through helping them regain or build a deeper sense of intimacy and commitment by increasing understanding, empathy, and positive communication and conflict resolution. Lastly, I support individuals who are feeling stuck in their interpersonal relationships and/or in finding balance, happiness, and strength in their every day lives.
Family Counseling
(406) 365-1411
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCPC, BCPC, DAPA, PLLC
“My belief is that emotionally healthy people remain successfully self-directed. My job is to serve as a resource to help you re-achieve that emotional health. I assume you're doing the best you can with all you have. If I work to understand your frame of reference and the conditions impacting you, you, in your own way, will tell me what I can do as a therapist to be helpful. The goal, ultimately, is to make you your own best resource.
Family Counseling
(406) 558-4701
Butte, Montana 59701
Barb Lucas, Counselor  in Hamilton
“Seeking support is the first, most difficult step toward healing and change. I work with individuals struggling with uncertainty and ambivalence, grief and loss, related to relationships and family dynamics, employment/career, life direction, and spirituality. I enjoy motivated clients seeking clarity of direction and tools for improving the quality of their lives. I also provide support to family systems, be they couples, parents, siblings, or all of the above, who are dealing with challenges and distress, such as divorce, co-dependency, job loss, disabilities, empty nest, and retirement. In a safe, trusting environment, clients find their truth and strength.
Family Counseling
(406) 285-2465
Hamilton, Montana 59840
Jeannie Moylan LCPC, Counselor  in Bozeman
“I am a christian counselor here for you; specializing in Family Systems Theory. This includes individual, couples, adolescent and parent-child relationships. I counsel and coach all ages either in town and/or at my equine center. I am Certified Part II EAGALA. This is an experiential approach that expedites insight and self awareness for groups and individuals. I also offer in-home family assessment and therapy. I diagnose and create a treatment plan that we will follow to your desired goals. I like to work as a team. I provide neutral feedback and guidance that is evidenced based and often-times motivational.
Family Counseling
(406) 203-5099
Bozeman, Montana 59718

Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Glacier County or for a Glacier County family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Glacier 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 Glacier County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Glacier County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Glacier County or family therapy in Glacier County.