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Grief Therapists in West Virginia (WV)
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Parkhill Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
“As a therapist, I use a holistic approach which takes into account a person's mental/psychological, physical, and spiritual self in the world. In the context of a therapeutic relationship, I can help you identify sources of resilience, increase self awareness, and explore areas of difficulty. I provide a safe, supportive environment in which you can find solutions that best suit your needs. Using an eclectic, humanistic approach I'll help you develop tools that empower you to make the changes you would like to see in your life.
Grief
(304) 470-4019
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Margaret M Morton, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“My vision of therapy is meeting my clients as whole people who sometimes need a new perspective. At other times, a couple may need a third party to help them hear one another. Grieving children need to learn that their surviving loved ones are not going to abandon them. I have worked with all ages first as a special education teacher, later as a college counselor, and as a grief counselor with hospices. My life experiences enable me to meet you with an open mind. Through CBT and a mix of mindfulness and positive psychology, I help people reframe their thoughts.
Grief
(304) 676-7643
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Mimi Fleury Mayfield, Counselor  in Martinsburg
“Using a positive, strengths-based approach, I provide counseling with respect and compassion to individuals and couples. I believe that counseling is a collaborative process of discovery and change, where strategies that include Cognitive/Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Insight therapies help people through life transitions. I believe that we all have the ability to grow and change through the process of therapy, and I value the opportunity to help you resolve issues and find ways to enhance and enrich your life.
Grief
(540) 412-3350
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Darlene Daneker, Counselor  in Huntington
“I believe that people are responsible for and capable of making their own decisions within the context of their environment. We are all controlled by our environment to a certain extent but we have more control that we realize. We always have freedom to choose. I believe that all behaviors are purposeful and that these behaviors are designed to meet our needs. At times, there are better ways to get our needs met which requires changing our behaviors. We are capable of learning new behaviors, of changing behaviors, and of eliminating behaviors that cause unhealthy ways of meeting needs.
Grief
(304) 840-0260
Huntington, West Virginia 25705
JoAnn E. Sheffield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, Supervi
“What drew me to become a therapist was a strong desire to help people who feel stuck in some aspect of their life. I realize that the thought of talking to someone about your most intimate life struggles can be a difficult one. As a therapist, I strive to foster a supportive, trusting, and caring relationship with my clients. It is my most sincere desire to help clients heal and learn how to deal with life's struggles. If you have a strong desire to change, I encourage you to contact me and let the journey begin today.
Grief
(301) 323-8660
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Marie F. Guedenet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, DCSW
“I help individuals and couples through life transitions. This can be a divorce, an illness, death or it can be retirement or a change such as moving to an unfamiliar place or children leaving home. You may also need to actively bring change in your life for a better health and greater quality.
Grief
(301) 852-5098
Office is near:
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
“I have continued my education to include marriage and family certification, NLP and hypnosis certification, and a fellow and diploma medical psychotherapist.
Grief
(304) 470-0951
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101
“Now that you have made the important decision to make changes in your life, I would like to help you find your pathways to healing. Therapy is built on a relationship which is not formed by just one session, but one of continuing growth and development. Please give you and I a chance to work together. I believe you will see results in the first two sessions which will last throughout your life. Welcome to new beginnings as you begin down this path where it is all about you.
Grief
(304) 451-0146
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Amy Burdette, Counselor  in Fairmont
“I have diverse experience in the field of counseling. This includes children, adolescents, teenagers, adults, as well as family and couples counseling. I feel that some of the most essential parts of counseling are education, awareness, and forming connections. The knowledge gained through counseling can lead to greater control over one's circumstances. Furthermore, in order to make connections, one must feel heard. When we feel heard, we feel understood, which enables the development of these connections and positive emotions. This leads to forming opportunities that can help us turn life's challenges into a journey.
Grief
(304) 809-9897
Fairmont, West Virginia 26554
Family & Marital Counseling Center, Inc.,   in Weston
“Family & Marital Counseling Center offers the expertise of seven professional counselors and psychologists at two seperate locations. Our mission is to strive to be an outstanding private practice providing theraputic care and treatment of the highest standard, searching for new knowledge to promote mental health. As life changes, Family and Marital Counseling Center, Inc.'s clinicians are prepared to help you every step of the way.
Grief
(304) 269-3923
Weston, West Virginia 26452
Kanawha Pastoral Counseling Center, Counselor  in Charleston
“Kanawha Pastoral Counseling has eight licensed counselors who are well trained in a number of different kinds of counseling. We do our best to match you and your goals with the counselor who will be the best fit for you. Our counselors are known for being positive, open, accepting, and available. In 2014, KPCC was awarded 2014 - 2015 Counseling Center of the Year by the WV Counseling Association.
Grief
(304) 519-0960
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
Jennifer Myers, Psychologist  in Morgantown
“I utilize a cognitive behavioral approach to evaluate and treat a wide variety of clinical psychopathology and personality disorders. My interventions are solution focused and I commonly utilize empirically supported treatments to achieve noticeable change in a defined time frame. I believe everyone deserves to be assisted and supported to live to their full potential. I welcome veterans and military families, and am an approved Tricare provider. If you are looking for a convenient, professional atmosphere for achieving your mental wellness, call Mountaineer Psychological Services today!
Grief
(304) 948-5677
Morgantown, West Virginia 26508
Pamela Hines Blue, Counselor  in Charleston
“Strength based (Empowerment) - mental health wellness counseling is an excellent way to transition through life adjustments for optimal happiness and productivity. There is no need to feel stigmatized in any way to work with a counselor. You will most likely find it a wonderful experience if in the right environment. I have worked in a variety of settings developing a broad and specialized mental health expertise. Work with adolescents and adults ages 17 and above.
Grief
(304) 459-0452
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
“"We are living in an exciting and challenging time in history. I believe it is our divine right to be healthy, happy and prosperous. I believe in the mind, body connection and in a holistic approach to treatment. Research shows that the most effective treatment includes a combination of therapy and medication. Of course that does not pertain to every case. I make every effort to keep up with the most recent treatment modalities in order to enhance my therapeutic approach."
Grief
(304) 553-0994
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26104
Megan E. Simms, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
“As a social worker it is important to me that my clients are comfortable, feel validated and empowered. I help clients to address their problems and/or goals according to their needs, values and beliefs. I use a strengths based perspective and want you to leave my office feeling refreshed, energized and determined as you have just taken a major step to improve your quality of life. I see the therapist/ client relationship as a collaboration and I look forward to working with you.
Grief
(304) 707-3321
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Marlena Pique, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My only agenda is to help you reach your personal goals. I help clients find practical solutions that work! I teach clients problem solving skills that they can apply to any problem or situation. Listening to your wants and needs as an individual or couple is my number one priority. Helping you reach your goal is my number one goal. As a Christian, I seek to bring the healing power of God's love to my clients, integrating scripture and prayer into sessions. I will help you find solutions, not focus on problems.
Grief
(681) 242-7651
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25404
Jonathan Pishner, Counselor  in Morgantown
“I believe that most people who see a counselor are not psychologically abnormal. My clients are having normal reactions to a complex, stressful, ever-changing world. No matter the problem, people cope in the best way they know how. My job is simply to help you become more effective in your coping.
Grief
(304) 902-4577
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Robert Allen Wilson, Counselor  in Bridgeport
“Have you been thinking about making a personal change in your life but just can't seem to let go of some old behavior or internal struggle that is keeping you from reaching your full potential? Changing is hard, and ambivalence about change is normal, even when it is for the best. I will meet you right where you are in the change process and explore your own personal reasons for change within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion. I will guide you on your personal journey to reaching your full potential. I look forward to serving you!
Grief
(304) 907-2673
Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330
Melissa Swartz, Counselor  in Kearneysville
“Are you struggling at work, in your relationships, not able to maintain the healthy habits you're trying to develop? Take heart, it's not you; it's your wiring. And YOU can change it with Emotional Brain Training (EBT). Research has shown people using this method tend to experience lasting improvements in depression, relationships, blood pressure, weight, and addictions.
Grief
(304) 997-4991
Kearneysville, West Virginia 25430
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, (WV), LCSW, (MD)
“Imagine an approach to life that embraces the belief that imperfection is a inevitable part of being human. My skills of assistance include reflective guidance, client education, and diverse activities which stem from initial and updated goals. I collaborate with clients to find what is effective and healthy, while considering the factors of influence and the resources for desired change. Every person's Life Story unfolds through chapters which combine personal experiences and universal needs. You needn't feel embarrassed about seeking assistance and support from a professional, especially when you reach from the familiar toward the yet to be.
Grief
(304) 460-1223
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401

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