Therapists: 1 to 20

Refine Your Search


Common Issues:


Mental Health:



Alternative Languages:

Religious Orientation:

Gender Issues:


Treatment Orientation:



Video Enabled:


Accepted Insurance Plans:

Accepted Payment Methods:

Broaden Your Search

Therapists in Charleston

Charleston Addictions Counseling, LLC., Counselor  in Charleston
“Hi, my name is Kevin and as one in personal recovery for over ten years, I know that the pain you are going through can be overcome. As a Certfied Addictions Counselor (P), I work with individuals and groups with. Addictions - of all types - can be successfully treated with my Experienced, Compassionate, and Unconditional approach. Drugs, Alcohol, Sex, Pornography, Internet, and Gambling Addictions are my Specialized Counseling competencies. Available days, evenings, and weekends.
(843) 536-4029
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Kari Warren Saul, Counselor  in Charleston
“What have anxiety, fear, obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior, or panic stolen from you? Maybe it is being able to enjoy time with your children, spouse, or friends. Perhaps you have turned down exciting opportunities at school or work. It could be that you shy away from trying new things or going new places because the anxiety is so strong. Like most people who struggle with stress and anxiety disorders, you may feel like your fears rob you of the ability to engage and thrive in your life.
(843) 536-0138
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Ericka Stricklin-Parker, Psychologist  in Charleston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who works with individuals seeking solutions to everyday life problems. People often ask me "do I have to be crazy to come for an appointment?" I say "No, you just have to be human!" I bring my educational background and experience in clinical psychology into the room to help people meet their goals. I have many years of experience assisting people with such problems as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, adjustment problems and relationship issues. My goal is to educate people on the benefits of counseling and to demystify the process. My website is
(843) 580-2800
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
A Shepherds Heart Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Charleston
“Safe inviting environment where an individual, couple, or family may explore personal goals and enhance opportunities for healing process to begin. Solution focused therapy promotes empowerment allowing healing of trauma memories, addictive behaviors, other associated co-occurring disorders, and interpersonal relationship problems. Interventions applied are acceptance and commitment training coupled with other best practices such as cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, cognitive processing, and motivational therapies. Resilience and resourcefulness skills are encouraged by supporting active participation in variety of spiritual connections, creative coping skills, and mindfulness meditation. Hope generates capability of healing, experiencing peace of mind, and finding contentment with acceptance.
(843) 536-1608
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Judith Jacques, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I welcome new clients and want them to feel respected and safe. I feel that my years of personal as well as professional experience have given me a greater understanding of what clients are going through. My goal is to help clients to improve their lives and mood as quickly as possible. It is a sign of strength and courage, not weakness, to come to therapy and ask for guidance.I will contact you quickly, and there will be no long waiting period for your appointment. I do outreach when transportation is a challenge, such as seeing College of Charleston students in their dorm.
(843) 304-6400
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Parke Smith, Counselor  in Charleston
“My approach is to understand you deeply and individualize our work by finding what is most effective for you. All people are unique and their life circumstances are particular to who they are. Through collaboration, we figure out what is most beneficial for your well being and also what is realistic for your lifestyle. I look forward to meeting you and exploring what you wish to change through an initial free half hour phone consultation. My two offices are conveniently located in Mt. Pleasant and in West Ashley.
(843) 306-4157
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Julie Schendel, Counselor  in Charleston
“I am committed to helping people get their lives back on track. I believe that you can live an abundant life from here forward, no matter where you are or how you got there. As your counselor, I will help you set goals for therapy and reach them through a variety of techniques. I am here to help you see that healing is possible, and with enough time and work, it can be a reality for your life.
(843) 352-6751
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Gretchen Sparacino, Counselor  in Charleston
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor in Charleston, SC, I offer the security and comfort of a private practice setting. Evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions are utilized for the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life adjustment, PTSD, others, with youth, adults & families. Taking the first step towards seeking professional help and knowing where to go is often confusing. Let me help answer your questions! Benefit from 15+ years of experience in counseling and human service specialities. My office is centrally located, easily accessible from surrounding areas of Charleston, offering a private waiting area. Most major insurances and credit cards accepted for payment.
(843) 475-6447
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Karen E Kraul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“I enjoy working with individuals of all ages- I have worked with children a young as two years all the way to older adults. I have 8+ years of post-graduate therapy experience, and have worked in school settings, community mental health, substance abuse treatment centers, and hospital settings.
(843) 314-5104
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Dr Monty Knight Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Charleston
“I've been a mental health professional and graduate school counseling professor for 30+ years, an AAPC Fellow and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.I'm licensed to supervise LPC and LMFT Interns. I was previously director of a community mental health clinic, maintained a private counseling practice with a group of family physicians and most recently have pastored a church. I have specialized training and experience in relationship therapy and in working with men, including those with character disorders. My newly published book, "Balanced Living: Don't Let Your Strength Become Your Weakness," is available online from the publisher at
(843) 425-6601
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Jen Bennett,   in Charleston
“I am inspired by every person who takes the plunge to utilize therapy to create a life they love. If you are looking for more connection, joy, security and happiness in your life, call me today so I can begin that journey with you.
(843) 751-4621
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Jeffrey G. Nigro Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-CP
“I firmly believe in instilling each individual with the sense that our work together is about maximizing your potential by identifying & growing your skills, strengths, positive traits & tailoring the work to your individual needs. Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral & other psychodynamic tools & techniques, my individual-centered, relationship-building approach has had positive outcomes with a wide spectrum of people who seek assistance with a variety of challenges. My approach values the insights you have & utilizes these to help you move into active change in the present. Our relationship, uncovering & implementing new skills, building trust and communication are the keys to your success!
(843) 628-7518
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Jessica Schwartzkopf,   in Charleston
“Pursuing counseling can be an intimidating or overwhelming process at times. It may be concern of the unknown or maybe you have not had a positive experience with counseling previously. Seeking support is a courageous act and one grounded in strength. I use humor and a down-to-earth approach to build a non-judgmental therapeutic relationship designed to support you throughout. I focus on issues including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, stress management and self-esteem.
(843) 203-9253
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Lyn Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW-CP
“I have created my practice to support individuals and families as they manage the challenges of life. With over 20 years of clinical experience,it has always been my belief that therapy must be based in a mutual and authentic relationship established between therapist and client.To that end, I work with each client to develop the most effective treatment plan. My approach with clients is solution focused with movement toward attainable goals.
(843) 491-5533
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Judy Heath, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“For over 20 years I have been helping patients with grief, anxiety, life-balance and family relationship concerns. I love working with women in transition and with self-esteem issues. My approach is to work collaboratively with people to achieve their goals. I consider myself a guide with many tools at my disposal.We work interactively and even have some laughs along the way. I truly care about those who walk through my door and value the trust they place in my professional skills.
(843) 486-2398 x106
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Susan Shealey, Counselor  in Charleston
“Many are overwhelmed by the demands of daily life. Beyond the normal stressors, individuals and families deal with a myriad of problems. They can easily be paralyzed by the decisions that must be made and are weighed down by strained relationships and seemingly insurmountable circumstances. The good news is that there are solutions and each person has the ability to create and/or experience change within their own lives! I am privileged to assist clients as they identify changes needed to create positive life change, to make good, solid decisions and to sustain more productive, constructive behaviors and thought patterns.
(843) 605-4450 x107
Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Jenna Baddeley, Psychologist  in Charleston
“We all go through times of feeling lonely, confused, and disconnected. Maybe you are feeling depressed or anxious; maybe you're up against some tough life dilemma; maybe or you've had some personal losses that have derailed you, or maybe you feel like your relationship has gone downhill, and you've lost track of what brought you together in the first place. If you're having these experiences, then psychotherapy may be a great next step for you.
(843) 473-7973
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Diane E Arnold, Counselor  in Charleston
“As a Christian counselor, I believe a person's problems and concerns can encompass their physical, mental, and spiritual health. My goal is to provide therapy that addresses a client's deeper issues and wounds not just their symptoms. I consider it important to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment to promote development, healing and growth. I work with depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, marriage/pre-marital therapy and parent education. If life feels overwhelming, stressful or lonely, I would consider it a privilege to set up a consultation to offer hope and courage for your current situation.
(843) 885-9392
Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Richard Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charleston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-CP
“Everybody comes to therapy to “get better.” In most cases, at least in the short run, they do – if only from the placebo effect. But when one’s symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD are a consequence of psychological trauma, talk therapy - which IS helpful for problem-solving, gaining new perspectives, sorting out relationship difficulties, etc. - rarely resolves them. Fortunately, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), both research and my own long experience with it show, DOES help resolve symptoms resulting from trauma – and often rapidly. After significant trauma work, people not infrequently report the experience has been life-changing.
(215) 874-3853
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Jessica Gregg,   in Charleston
“The clients I see are typically thoughtful, intelligent people who look good on paper but who may be experiencing personal difficulties or challenges. I specialize in helping individuals and couples improve their relationships and expand their general well-being to create richer, more fulfilling lives guided by their goals and values. The focus of my private practice includes couple conflict and individual anxiety, depression, compulsion, or trauma, all of which affect our ability to be present in the moment and to connect with others.
(843) 547-4918
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next

Not enough Therapists to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Therapists in Charleston to a larger area (e.g. South Carolina)
How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Charleston have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Charleston, South Carolina, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.