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Self-Harming Therapists in Wyoming (WY)
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Alacia Salak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cheyenne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My passion is helping those who have experienced trauma and those who have suffered with drug and alcohol addictions. I provide Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) to help people overcome the symptoms of trauma and addiction. I provide assistance to those suffering from depression, anxiety, self harming, mood disorders, and any other mental health concerns. I believe in supporting people in time of need and strengthen them to reach their potential and ultimately reach a point where my support will no longer be required.
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(970) 670-7459
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
Jennifer Erin Harp, Counselor  in Cheyenne
“Hi, I'm Jen. I have been a therapist for over 8 years and recently opened my own private practice, Northern Star Counseling, llc. My practice specializes in improving the mental well-being of adults, youth and families. I believe in using an assortment evidence based, effective techniques to help you achieve optimum wellness and results. Such techniques include Thought-Field Therapy used to treat trauma and PTSD, cognitive-behavioral restructuring interventions, play therapy and thorough assessments and evaluations. Treatment plans are individually customized to fit your unique circumstances.
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(307) 212-8271
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
Dystaney Nordberg, Counselor  in Laramie
“My goal as a therapist is to put all of my clients at ease with the counseling process. I believe in creating a therapeutic relationship that allows us to work together to help my clients achieve progress on their counseling goals. I really believe that counseling is most effective when you find a counselor that is the best fit for you and your family.
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(307) 222-1666
Laramie, Wyoming 82070
Seeds of Change, LLC, Counselor  in Casper
“I have over 25 years of extensive experience with individuals who desired life changes, have SPMI, disabilities, mood, thought and coping challenges, post traumatic stress and childhood based pain. Here at Seeds of Change, LLC, my philosphy is that everyone has the power and strength to make positive changes in their life. A relationship with a skilled and experienced therapist who engages in evidence based practices can help you move forward, feel better and begin to enjoy life again. You and I, together, will tailor your therapy to meet your personal needs and goals in a caring, and supportive environment.
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(307) 278-6847
Casper, Wyoming 82601
Christopher Saville, Counselor  in Cody
“Welcome! My goal is to help you meet your goals, even if you don't yet know what they are. My philosophy is that each of us is the expert on our own life. That each of us has inborn value and is deserving of respect just for living in this world. Life is difficult and stressful, and we can get off-balance and out of sorts with who we truly are. Counseling can help us get our lives into balance, which often helps us live more contented, satisfying lives.
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(307) 459-3365
Cody, Wyoming 82414
Personal Power Counseling Services, Counselor  in Cheyenne
“I am here to walk with you as you sort out the problem that brought you to this site. As we seek the answers to our own questions, sometimes it's difficult to see the obvious on our own. As a professional, I will help you see those answers and move you in the direction your heart desires.
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(307) 257-6903
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
Frances Crouch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Casper
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LAT
“Do you feel overwhelmed by the circumstances in your life? Would you like to approach your life and your relationships more effectively? Reduce suffering and increase joy? Understand yourself better? Gain more control over self-defeating or addictive behaviors? I can bear witness to your challenges and offer strategies to find peace.
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(307) 460-4203
Casper, Wyoming 82601
Emily Siegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Laramie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I see therapy as helping people to unlock their highest potential in health, family, work and happiness. It is normal that there are times in life when things get in the way of feeling or doing your best, or even feeling like yourself. Old problems are like toxic waste buried in the backyard. You can lay sod over it, but it’s still there and leaks out at unpredictable times. Together with clients, I work to create a safe environment and develop tools to safely remove old “toxins” that interfere in present day. Client's identification of what they want to change serves as the map.
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(307) 212-5350
Laramie, Wyoming 82070
Kim Biegler, Counselor  in Gillette
“Offering comprehensive mental health services to individuals and families regarding a vast variety of issues. We believe in there is no concern too big or too small, a person's concerns often stay small when they are able to work through it in a safe, comfortable and non-judgemental environment.
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(307) 222-5932
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Touchstone Family Wellness Center, P.C., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cheyenne
“Thank you for coming to visit my site! There is good, confidential help available here for you, your family and your relationships with people who are important to you. You are not alone. My colleagues and I are experts in working with trauma, marriage, women's issues, divorce, adolescents and some children's issues. Our work is careful, focusing on healing and building skills so that you can help yourself. I would be happy to meet with you and to set up a time that fits your busy schedule.
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(307) 335-3973
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
Shawna Chandler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cody
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness. - Seneca, Philosopher. Providing Holistic Counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and groups based on each client's individual need. Holistic Counseling refers to the therapeutic approach of providing care that addresses all aspects of a person's health, including physical, psychological, social, economic, and cultural factors. In order for individuals to progress and heal, all aspects of the person need to be addressed and strengthened.
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(307) 271-5419
Cody, Wyoming 82414
Erin Haviland, Counselor  in Cody
“Finding a therapist you can trust is the beginning to a therapeutic relationship where healing and change can begin. Over the past 20 years working in social services, addictions, mental health and in the criminal justice system, I have learned everyone has their own story. Sometimes people just need to tell their story, others need help with the way they view their story, learning to find strengths and perseverance in struggles. There are always unexpected challenges and difficulties in life. You don't have to face them alone.
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(307) 461-6086
Cody, Wyoming 82414
Mountain Therapy, Pediatric and Family Counseling, Counselor  in Jackson
“Do you worry about your child's behaviors or emotional health? Of course you do, we all do! If you are concerned about possible ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression or other behavioral health issues, you are not alone. I can help you navigate the issues and teach coping skills and problem solving to manage behaviors and emotions.
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(307) 213-4956
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Alexandra Klein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jackson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am excited to serve the Jackson Hole community as a therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I specialize in treating eating disorders, mood disorders, grief, depression, anxiety, and other trauma-related issues. My mission as a therapist is to create a safe, inviting clinical environment for clients to grow, heal, and achieve more satisfying lives. I take a holistic and humanistic approach to treatment, using a range of experiential and behavioral techniques to promote change.
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(307) 200-4250
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Kelley M Boltin, Counselor  in Gillette
“Therapy is a collaborative relationship where two people establish rapport built on trust. H.O.P.E. Counseling Services LLC has been a vision my husband and I created together. "Hope" is desiring things that you can't see or totally understand in the moment. I want to help you feel hopeful and experience genuine happiness. As we embark on this journey together, it is my hope that your heart will be healed and your mind cleansed.
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(307) 696-2548
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Worland Holistic Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Worland
“Stress is the number one issue that people come into therapy for. Counseling can help reduce stress, release old traumas, and learning how attract healthier relationships are some of the goals.
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(307) 201-6976
Worland, Wyoming 82401
Denise Marcz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cody
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My passion is to serve people in WY and MT who want to improve quality of life. I enjoy working with people requesting guidance for many issues, with a focus on anger management, anxiety, depression, relationship/communication and child/adolescent/family issues, geriatrics, and grief. I have extensive training in trauma therapy, and utilize EFT, CBT, and EMDR with children and adults. I have experience in schools, private practice, medical settings, and child/adult/elder protective services. I provide tele-counseling and secured sessions through e-therapi.com. I applaud people who are making efforts to reach their goals.
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(307) 212-4289
Cody, Wyoming 82414
Roberta Harper-McIntosh, Counselor  in Laramie
“Good counseling offers perspective, clarity, and guidance through difficult times - in short, relief and hope. Because it's a space apart from the demands of everyday life, it offers a chance to reflect, deepen awareness, learn new responses, and improve relationships. Some embark on therapy as a journey to a more satisfying life, and others seek therapy to help address specific problems. Either way, good therapy can ease struggles and put 'wind in the sails'. It can be exciting to find out 'what you didn't know that you didn't know'!
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(307) 212-4275
Laramie, Wyoming 82070
Russ Tafoya, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cheyenne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hi, I'm Russ. I recently joined a mental health private practice, Northern Star Counseling, after working in larger agencies. I believe that everyone should have an opportunity for personal wellness; it is my goal to provide you with the tools and techniques needed to achieve wellness. I have a laid-back approach that is often comfortable for clients. I look forward to working together.
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(307) 212-5068
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
Donna Andrus, LPC, Counselor  in Jackson
“I believe we all need to heal if we are going to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. Mental health issues do not have to get in our way. I work with children, teens, adults, and families who are struggling with a variety of issues. Some issues addressed in my practice include academic underachievement, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, and grief. Whatever our issues may be, they do not fully define us. Most importantly, I believe the trusting relationship between counselor and client is the foundation for the client's journey toward healing and growth.
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(307) 212-4522
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in Wyoming (WY) or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these Wyoming (WY) Therapists provide counseling for self harming in Wyoming (WY). They include Therapists, who understand self harming in Wyoming (WY), psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in Wyoming (WY) or treatment for self harming.

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

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