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Elderly Persons Disorders Therapists in South Dakota (SD)
Dementia, Geriatric Care

Sharon K Hansen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hot Springs
“Are you looking for a solution focused therapist? We will set goals together, establish priorities, and work on building positive individual and/or family change. I will guide you in the therapy process towards a more fulfilling life, free of excessive worry and sadness, with relationships that are healthier and more satisfying.
Elderly Persons Disorders
(605) 610-8974
Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747
Rebecca J. Watson-Miller, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Sioux Falls
“COMMITTED DEDICATED PROFESSIONAL Nobody may have told you, but the psychological services you receive are not about the Psychologist you select. It is about the relationship you have with your Psychologist. You need someone you can trust, someone who is professional, meaning they are educated, trained, and experienced. Most people look for someone who will be committed to helping them find solutions to the issues they are trying to resolve. Together, you and I can help you do just that! I am committed to your welfare, your solutions, and helping you live up to your full potential.
Elderly Persons Disorders
(605) 277-4784
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSW-PIP
“I believe in providing a safe non-judgmental space that allows clients to explore their life. I believe that everyone has a story and is in charge of the direction that the story takes.
Elderly Persons Disorders
(605) 655-2489
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57106
Latanda Salmen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sioux Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSWPIP, QMHP
“I am passionate about helping others make positive changes and building their confidence. I work with clients ages 11+ and use an insight oriented approach. It takes an intelligent individual to recognized that there is a problem and a brave individual to ask for help. I am competent in working with individuals with mood disorders including depression and anxiety, anxiety disorders, self-esteem, relationship issues and sexuality issues. Your privacy is utmost important to me, so I practice out of a small office on a side street from Minnesota Avenue.
Elderly Persons Disorders
(605) 301-4809
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
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Dede Farrar, Counselor  in Rapid City
“I can help you learn to manage stressful situations using your strengths, perhaps discovering strengths you didn't know you had. I'm good at helping you decide how to navigate difficult relationships and how to calm yourself by teaching you how thinking and behavior are linked. I'm a great listener and carefully assess your life story to help you see how you've done things well and how you might improve in particular problem areas you're seeking help with.
(605) 415-4042
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Christopher Harley Hastings, Counselor  in Rapid City
“As a solution focused therapist, my goal is to put your past behind you and focus on new ways to recognize and support the future you want to have. Our past makes us who we are, but shouldn't prevent us from being who we could be.
(605) 593-0943
Rapid City, South Dakota 57703
Beverly D Dafler, Counselor  in Rapid City
“Life is full of changes and decisions. When those become critical, you can find yourself at a crossroads, unsure of what to do or where to go. As a licensed mental health counselor, I can assist you in sorting through all the issues. Together we will explore all your life changes and conflicts and devise a treatment plan that addresses your needs and wants.
(605) 593-5190
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Detox at Keystone Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Canton
“Nationally recognized for over 40 years as a premier residential treatment provider that supplies care for individuals battling addictions, Keystone Treatment Center is one of the most respected centers in the country. In an environment that is conducive to healing, Keystone's programming is geared toward transforming and improving the lives of each adolescent and adult who comes to us for care. Whether a person is grappling with an addiction to drugs, alcohol, or gambling, Keystone provides an opportunity for people of all ages to understand the causes of addiction, acquire the skills needed to sustain recovery, and develop positive goals for the future that do not involve substance abuse or gambling. The foundation of the services offered at this center lay in the 12-step philosophy of addiction, and various treatment methods and interventions are implemented in order to help those receiving treatment achieve the most successful treatment outcomes. The beginning of freedom from addiction starts at Keystone Treatment Center.
(402) 281-9352
Canton, South Dakota 57013
Tina Harp, Counselor  in Sioux Falls
“I strive to help individuals work towards peace and balance in the complex lives we all lead. An important part of therapy that is often lost when attempting to change or in dealing with change in general is to be at peace with the process. Life truly is a journey with many unplanned twists and turns, and I want to help each person be able to deal with life's challenges with grace and balance.
(605) 223-1924
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
James Cady, Counselor  in Sioux Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdS, MA, NCC, LPC, CH
“I believe that everyone has the innate ability to change. No matter how long you have have struggled with a challenge or difficulty change is possible! I work from a systemic approach and meet every client where they are. I tailor all services toward the needs of the individual and I look forward to working with you.
(605) 884-5252
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
Roy Conrad, Counselor  in Sioux Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC-MH, NCC, RPT, QMHP
“Conrad Counseling & Consulting's mission is "Inspiring change and promoting new strength for a hopeful future." I work with clients of all age, preferably adolescent and adult clients who are dealing with the stresses of life. I typically will see clients who struggle with anxiety and trauma and who are motivated to make change. Encouragement is the central focus of what I do with all of my clients!
(605) 655-2058
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
Laura Longville, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Rapid City
“It's important to find the right therapist you can trust. I have worked as a therapist for over 27 years and help people heal and grow into who they really are. I work with individuals, couples or families through intensives. Designing intensives to specifically meet your unique needs and goals. Intensives are 1-4 days I length with 6-7 hours of therapy per day. Intensives allow people to stay with and move through difficult and painful issues. I incorporate action oriented therapy techniques such as music, art, adventure therapy and equine assisted psychotherapy and learning.
(605) 301-4788
Rapid City, South Dakota 57702
Jan Smith Coaching & Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dakota Dunes
“Taking the first step meeting a therapist can be scary. If you're wondering what to expect/if it will be worth it - you might like this article: 13 People Who've Gone to Therapy Share Their Unexpected Results - https://t.co/oeILrHV1sF (Link is on my website, too). So if you've decided "Enough is Enough"? If you'd like someone to really hear what you're saying, help you sort it out, and walk through it with you, it's time to call. Some evening & weekend appointments available for individuals or couples.
(712) 283-4306
Dakota Dunes, South Dakota 57049
Greg Swenson, Psychologist  in Rapid City
“View website for more information: gregswensonphd.com
(605) 923-8493
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Stacy L Dixon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sioux Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, QMHP
“Life transitions can be difficult. The decision to change can be both challenging and rewarding. I look forward to helping you resolve symptoms of anger, worry and depression. I provide an atmosphere of confidentiality and respect where you can ask questions and explore solutions. We can address difficulties in your work, home and social settings. Therapy offers you a supportive place where you may gain new perspective and make decisions that help you reclaim your life.
(605) 373-9330 x204
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
Pamela J Beck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sioux Falls
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have a genuine and deep passion for working with individuals and couples struggling with a variety of life challenges such as depression, anxiety, family of origin issues, trauma and abuse, chronic illness and grief and loss. I work primarily with late teens, college age and adults. I think it's important to look at past history and background information. Good dialogue together is critical. I truly care and am willing to join you in a journey to healthier and happier living.
(605) 569-4790
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
Jeremy L Johnson, Psychologist  in Sioux Falls
“Sometimes, life throws us a curve ball. We start feeling like something isn't quite right or we are going through major changes in our life and would like some guidance. Whether you are having issues with anxiety, depression, or stress, I can help you through a difficult situation. Having someone to talk to who understands your personal situation can be life changing.
(605) 593-9634
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
Stuart Krause, Psychologist  in Rapid City
“I can help you with depression, anxiety, feelings of poor self-worth or problems with communication and commitment in personal relationships. You can get off the treadmill of intense and self-defeating interactions with co-workers and intimate partners. I can also help if you have trouble concentrating, staying focused on a task, or being hyperactive and feeling "scattered." If you are a spiritual seeker, I can provide a thoughtful and informed perspective on meaning and direction in life.
(605) 540-0269
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Patricia J (Lindemann) Schultz, Counselor  in Sioux Falls
“"You can't start the next chapter of your life, if you keep rereading the last one. "Sometimes we feel "stuck", like we can't get past something. This can be the break up of a relationship, or a death, or just moving on from some significant event that changed us. We feel like we 'should' be moving on, and criticize ourselves for not, but it doesn't help. In fact, often, it can feel as if we have 'lost ourselves', and that we don't even know who we are anymore. Therapy can help you find yourself again.
(605) 655-2927
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
Mindy Hedlund, Psychologist  in Rapid City
“I have been living in Rapid City since 1994 and have been largely in private practice as a psychologist since that time. My approach to working with people is very individualized and I want everyone that comes in to feel that it is a safe place to connect and to explore their concerns. I enjoy working with both children and adults in order to help them feel better and function more effectively. Although diagnosis is often a neccessary part of the treatment process, focusing what a person, couple or family might be struggling with is most important.
(605) 593-9638
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
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Elderly Persons Disorders (Dementia, Geriatric Care) Therapists
If you're looking for help for the elderly in South Dakota (SD) or for a South Dakota (SD) elderly persons Therapist these professionals provide geriatric help and elderly person care or help for caregivers providing support for an elderly people or care for an elderly person. The Therapists include South Dakota (SD) counseling for the elderly, elderly support, elderly social work and elderly mental health. They can help with disorders that affect the elderly such as dementia in South Dakota (SD) (or even depression in the elderly) and especially for caregivers helping someone who is suffering from early stage dementia.

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

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