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Therapists in Saint Louis

Deborah R Meyerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My professional strengths include a solid theoretical base, strong interpersonal skills and a thorough understanding of human behavior. Intelligence, experience, humor and humanity are all qualities which make me a very effective therapist. Clients and colleagues tell me I have an unusual degree of insight. I offer my insights to help individuals generate insights of their own. I actively address a client's presenting concerns with directness and support. When appropriate, I encourage deeper examination. My experience is that client self awareness reinforced with behavioral strategies accelerate therapy,helping people achieve greater and more immediate mastery.
(314) 721-5717
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Melinda Seley, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“We were made to be known and connected in relationship; however, fear, shame, and hurt often steal our joy and affect our relationship with ourselves, others, and God and we grasp to find ways to cope with disappointments, heartaches, loss, and stress. I care deeply for people and appreciate the uniqueness of each of our stories, personalities, passions, and context of life. I hope to give you a safe place to be known and that we, together, can work to find healing in and redemption of the really hard places in your life.
(314) 899-2492
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Pathways for Aging works to help older adults and their families Thrive! In an effort to meet the unique and growing needs of older adults, Our Staff strive to help our Aging Population Improve their Quality of Life. We provide Guidance, Skills, and Support to Older/Disabled Adults and their Families. Pathways for Aging began providing in-home geriatric care management, counseling, and therapy specifically intended for older adults in 2004. The primary goal of Pathways for Aging is to promote and improve the overall well-being of our growing aging population and the families who care for them.
(314) 720-1470
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Paul Loosemore, Counselor  in Saint Louis
Counselor, MAC, CIT
“I work with Individuals and Couples. Depression, anxiety, confusion and relationships can suck the joy from life. Hoping and loving can seem impossible and dangerous. It makes sense, and there is hope! Connection, relationship and symptom relief can be found. My approach is to stabilize and relieve your symptoms and help you make adjustments to ensure you have the skills, sense-of-self and direction to live how you desire. I have a personal focus where you will be understood and heard. I draw on neuroscience, research proven methods and mindfulness to help you to grow.
(920) 332-4694
Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
Bryan Thorson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“From 2002 until 2014 I was an Adolescent Therapist and Clinical Administrator at Logos School. Throughout my professional experience I have guided many adolescents, young adults and their families toward attaining their emotional, social and academic goals. I have established effective therapeutic relationships with individuals suffering from a variety of disorders and issues including but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Bipolar, OCD, ODD, Conduct Disorder, grief and loss, self-injurious behavior, school phobia, substance abuse and others. I believe that everyone has a voice that deserves to be heard and I am here to listen.
(314) 485-2974
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
lanny W mcfarland, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I have been a licensed therapist for nearly 25 years. I work with adults who are experiencing relational issues, especially but not limited to marriage. But I am also able to assist people who are struggling with depression and anxiety disorders as well as addictions. I use cognitive therapy but not to the exclusion of helping clients deal with their difficult emotions from past childhood traumas.
(314) 736-3593
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
William G Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, BCIAEEG
“Do you or your children find it difficult to focus? Are you looking for options other than medication? Would you like to get to the source of the problem? For 30 years we have been serving Saint Louis with neurofeedback, marriage and family counseling, and testing services. Centrally located in West St. Louis County (I-270 and Manchester), we combine state-of-the-art technology with experienced, knowledgeable clinicians in a client-focused environment to provide non-invasive, drug-free and pain-free treatments for: ADHD, Autism, Aspergers, Sensory Integration Disorders, Depression, Stress, Marital Issues, Migraine/Headaches and Learning Disabilities.
(314) 485-9978
Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
Erica Mae Randolph, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“My goal is to facilitate a personal, deeply felt and abiding sense of resiliency and psychological integration. Clients report finding the ability to thrive, an renewed sense of belief in oneself, and a greater ability to more fully utilize innate gifts and creativity. Clients express experiencing a healing sense of wholeness and psychological integration as they address symptoms.
(314) 720-4055
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Sun Smith-Foret, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW
“When you choose to work with me we will formulate goals for therapy together. Your desire for understanding your own process and for relief of distressing or confusing conditions is our focus. My interest is in preserving your dignity, respecting the decision you make when entering into a trust relationship with a stranger, establishing a safe environment in which to explore issues or states of mind which bring you to therapy. Psychodynamic therapy can integrate aspects of self, of identity, sexuality, feelings of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, marriage and relationship issues, unresolved conflicts from past or present time.
(618) 589-2997
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Helen R Friedman, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“Dr. Helen Friedman, a clinical psychologist, is a compassionate and interactive therapist with 10 years additional training after her Ph.D. and over 33 years in practice. She works with anxiety, stress, depression, grief, divorce, relationships, sexual and work issues. Specialty areas are child sexual abuse (children and adults), sexual compulsivity, dissociative identity disorder, and gender identity issues. Trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities (family systems, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, gestalt, etc.), she tailors her approach to the individual, couple, or family. Dr. Friedman has presented on mental health topics at national and international conferences and in the national media.
(314) 781-4500
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Mitch Edmondson, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“If you are exploring the option of therapy, you may have already made attempts to improve your situation on your own. You may feel depressed, anxious or fearful about the future. Though you desire to make a change, you may be skeptical about the idea of counseling. You may also feel that finding a therapist who listens without judgment and who balances honest feedback with empathy, is a confusing and difficult task. If this describes your situation, I hope that I might have the opportunity to speak with you about a practical strategy to bring about the change you desire.
(314) 514-4027
Saint Louis, Missouri 63139
Robyn Cherry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel stuck in your life? Do you find yourself repeating patterns or habits or are in a relationship that doesn't work for you and you don't know what to do about it? You owe it to YOURSELF to explore how to change and why you've been struggling. Making the decision to see a therapist and begin therapy is a difficult decision. That is why a collaborative, personalized approach works best.
(314) 593-2381
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Amy Camp Ryan, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I am a skilled and friendly therapist who has an informal demeanor. I am commited to helping my clients achieve balance, fullfillment and happiness. I believe that a positive therapeutic relatioship is essential when helping individuals work through their emotionally difficult and challenging struggles. Contact me to begin your path of self-awareness and contentment.
(314) 282-2883
Saint Louis, Missouri 63116
Emily Williams Hartman, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I treat individuals, couples, and families with a variety of struggles. Whether you are in need of help navigating present relationships or are struggling with lifelong issues, my education and experience can help you achieve your goals. I use a variety of approaches throughout the therapeutic process to meet the needs of the clients I see as you progress and work towards leading a happier, healthier life. My experience and training can help you grow and create the change for which you are looking.
(314) 403-1866
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
Brittany N. Murphy,   in Saint Louis
“Loss, fear, anger, disappointment, confusion, sadness, career dissatisfaction- any of these experiences could have brought you here. I use present- and future-oriented techniques to help you move toward the life that you want. Working with a counselor who respects your values and life experience can create the foundation for growth and propel the process of change. If you are wondering if counseling could be right for you, please call or email for more information.
(314) 665-1768
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Allison Rubin, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“I provide a professional, friendly, and confidential service to individuals, couples, and families with the aim of maintaining and building positive relationships, while cultivating a greater understanding of oneself. I use a Person-Centered approach to therapy infused with Brief Solution-Focused techniques. The focus of the work in therapy will be to develop skills that employ your strengths which will lead to life-long positive changes.
(314) 303-6946
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Gary M Meier, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“As a Licensed Social Worker I offer professional counseling, support, direction, and guidance to individuals by assisting them in successfully solving complex social problems. I believe the best results to counseling integrates all aspects of the human person (body, mind and soul) in order to promote the psychological, social, behavioral and spiritual wellness of individuals. My specialized interest include LGBT issues, Spiritual Counseling and Addiction issues.
(314) 720-8581
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
Kathy Brock, Psychologist  in Saint Louis
“People usually enter therapy in significant emotional pain or life circumstances they feel helpless to change. The best therapy offers profound acceptance, meaningful insight, emotional skills, and real behavioral change. I am trained in insight-oriented therapy, which provides a strong foundation for understanding why you think, feel, or act in particular ways. But frequently insight isn't enough to create change. So I also draw heavily on mindfulness, acceptance, and cognitive-behavioral strategies that can move you towards a life of more peace and happiness.
(314) 219-1746
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105
Lee Bascom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Louis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a clinical social worker, I think about individual clients as belonging to broader circles of family, school, work, and community. I help you carefully consider what difficulties you are facing and how you can strengthen social and coping skills on many levels. I provide practical counseling and therapeutic strategies for challenging social, emotional, or behavioral problems. Part of my job in working with people and families with special needs and disabilities is to help you navigate The System by identifying and connecting with resources in the larger community. Click on "website" below my picture to see more about me.
(314) 649-5725
Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
Jeannine Liebmann, Counselor  in Saint Louis
“Are you looking for a therapist who asks "And how does that make you feel?" Neither would I. I believe that people do the best they can with the resources they have. We all get stuck from time to time in patterns of unhealthy thinking, behaving, and relating, and sometimes we need help changing those patterns. Using empathy and respect for each individual, I help my clients accurately assess their challenges and identify ways they can change, capitalizing on the strengths they already have and encouraging them to build new ones.
(314) 219-1767
Saint Louis, Missouri 63127
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