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Therapists in Alexandria

“Have you hit a "bump" in the road? Are you experiencing grief, stress, depression, anxiety, or conflicts in relationships? As a licensed professional counselor since 1998, I help pre-teens, teens, and adults to build on existing strengths while expanding their abilities to cope with life's challenges, reducing stress and improving relationships. I tailor my approach to your individual needs.
(318) 480-4264
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Theresa Grace Cole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Alexandria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I have been in practice for 30+ years treating people with both mental health and substance abuse problems. I believe that everyone has the capacity for growth and change. I enjoy seeing patients reach their goals and improve their self-esteem. I have worked with both adults and children, and provide a compassionate and caring environment for individuals to learn, heal and grow.
(318) 581-9555
Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
Depression Treatment at Longleaf Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“While many people describe depression as feeling sad, blue, or down in the dumps, depressive disorders are far greater than transient sadness following a stressful ordeal. Depression is a mental health disorder that is caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and physical risk factors that work together causing this disease. As people who are severely depressed are at risk for suicide, it's important to remember that while depression is a chronic, lifelong disorder, it can be treated. The strong correlation between depression and suicidal ideation means that treatment should be sought as soon as depression is suspected. People who have depression may experience a number of symptoms beyond sadness, including:anger and irritation, withdrawing from once-loved activities, loss of interest in hanging out with friends or loved ones, changes in eating or sleeping patterns, difficulty concentrating at school or work, feelings of guilt or self-loathing, and again, thoughts of death and suicide.
(844) 226-1830
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Robin N Arnold, Counselor  in Alexandria
“I believe counseling is a process in which we will work together as a team to explore present problem situations, develop future goals, and work toward obtaining those goals for an improved life. If you would like to schedule an appointment please visit my website -
(318) 602-4178
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Steven Cook Counseling, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Alexandria
“When a client comes to see me, it is my hope that they come with the intention of making serious changes in their life, that they come with an open mind, and a willingness to do everything necessary to make a change in their lives.
(318) 209-3466
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Longleaf Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“Longleaf Hospital is a 68 bed acute behavioral health hospital that provides inpatient treatment programs for children, teens, adults, and seniors who are struggling with emotional, behavioral, and mental health disorders. We are located in historic Alexandria, Louisiana on the south bank of the beautiful Red River, which provides our patients with the ideal location to overcome mental health disorders and begin the healing process. Throughout the years we have helped many men, women, children, and teens successfully overcome their disorders and go on to live happy, healthy, and productive lives. Our compassionate staff is fully qualified to treat a wide range of disorders, including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, PTSD, psychosis, and dual diagnosis. Longleaf offers our clients high quality medical and psychological care based upon individual, family, and community needs in a healing atmosphere. Our treatment approach includes multidisciplinary teams composed of doctors, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, and support staff working together to create plans of care that are tailored to each patients individual needs. Treatment focuses not only on all the symptoms of each client, but the person as a whole. We pride ourselves in providing high quality treatment that sets the stage for lifelong recovery.
(318) 504-4618
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Suzanne M. Palmer, Counselor  in Alexandria
“My ideal client is one suffering from feelings of inadequacy, shame, fear, anxiety, or guilt. I understand and can help overcome these issues with you. It's time to be good to yourself. I am experienced in working with persons in surviving grief, personal issues, PTSD, low self esteem, communication problems, and marriage issues. If you are thinking about making a change I would like to help.
(318) 524-7825
Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
Lydia T Roy, Counselor  in Alexandria
“I am a licensed mental health therapist interested in helping others recover from their losses resulting from stressful or traumatic experiences. These may include the death of a loved one, being a victim of abuse, dealing with chronic illnesses, addiction, and relationship conflicts. My methods include cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavior therapy. I attempt to meet the individual's needs in providing a supportive and non-judgemental atmosphere. My goal is for clients to learn skills and knowledge that can be applied throughout a lifetime along with the ability to restore meaning to their lives. An ideal client is one who is committed to recovery.
(318) 596-0312
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Sherry W. Perkins, Counselor  in Alexandria
“I provide individual, couple and group counseling for the purpose of empowering clients to function at an optimal level in all areas of their lives. I am experienced in working with persons who are struggling with PTSD, grief, esteem, family and relationship issues. I have extensive background in trauma, especially those who have suffered sexual abuse or assault. I also work in addiction counseling, working with those who exhibit co-dependency, boundary or anger issues.
(318) 775-0624
Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
John David (J. D.) Murphy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Alexandria
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, BCBT
“Lost in an ocean of depression? Tangled within the mire of addiction or substance abuse? Trying to find peace in the midst of fears, anxiety, obsessions and compulsions? Struggling with your relationships with family or friends? Uncertain where to turn to find direction that is Christ-centered and consistent with Biblical principles? It would be an honor to have the opportunity to help! Read one of many client testimonials below. For more testimonials and information about me and my services, please visit my web site.
(318) 759-7933
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Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Brain Integration Therapies, Counselor  in Alexandria
“Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Certified in Biofeedback, National Certified Counselor, specializing in the treatment of PTSD, addiction, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, severe and persistent mental illness, and mood disorders, and utilizing biofeedback and neurofeedback with appropriate clients. Therapy approach is from an interpersonal neurobiological perspective, integrating multiple modalities to create a unique treatment for each individual. Night and weekend appointments available.
(318) 302-4399
Office is near:
Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
Louisiana Methodist Children's Home, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“Louisiana Methodist Children's Home is a leading faith-based provider of behavioral health services in Louisiana. Since 1886, we have cared for thousands of Louisiana's children and families.
(318) 599-0116
We serve:
Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
Victory Addiction Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“At Victory Addiction Recovery Center, we understand the importance of choosing the best provider for your treatment needs. Our experienced clinical and medical team will provide you and your family with individualized treatment to begin living your life to the fullest potential, free of alcohol and drugs. We encourage you to call us to begin your healing today.
(337) 393-6523
We serve:
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“Woodlake is a full continuum of care, taking individuals from medical detox to transitional living. Woodlake is dedicated to providing quality and comprehensive treatment that is sure to have a positive impact on every client's life. Our treatment programs are uniquely designed to meet the physical, mental, emotional, familial, and spiritual needs of each client.
(225) 412-6709
We serve:
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Alexandria
“Twelve Oaks Treatment Center has been providing alcohol and drug addiction treatment to military, female and male adults for 30 years. Trusted and highly regarded by therapists and doctors as one of Florida's top rehab centers, we offer varied levels of care according to patient needs to include our new Proclaim Christian based program. We also provide the most advanced treatment available for substance abuse. For out of area clients, travel may be included.
(850) 391-5931
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Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
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