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Therapists in Columbia

Narumi Amador,   in Columbia
“Therapy is about healing - often from conflicts in relationships, grief, trauma and overwhelming life changes - as well as deep self-discovery. My work is characterized by optimism, compassion, and collaboration. I truly, deeply care about my clients and it is my commitment to help them get where their heart desires to be. I have been working with children, adolescents and families in different capacities for the past 12 years and provide individual, couples and family therapy in both, English and Spanish.
(803) 824-6019
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Hollis (Holly) M Moore,   in Columbia
“My work with LGBTQ community comes from a place of advocacy formal training, experience and compassion for the complex personal and social issues you face. I am schooled in both general and addiction counseling and do transitioning counseling for the transgender client. That being said you are first an individual with a uniqueness of your own and that is what I set my eyes on. Your personal growth is the most significant,not just your sexuality. You take the lead in your treatment, I will never force a particular mode. You are the most important person in the room.
(803) 937-4156
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Ashley Young, LPC Intern  in Columbia
“It's a privilege to be a part of one's therapeutic process and to bear witness to your successful and positive change. As a therapist, I provide a non judgmental and safe place that allows you to process your feelings, identify healthy coping skills, and maintain an environment that allows us to work together to find your way through difficult times.
(803) 675-7876
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Vince Ward, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFTS, LPCS
“After many years' experience as both client and therapist, I understand that the therapist works no magic. Nothing can be delivered or injected or swallowed that works a "cure." The resources for healing are already within the client; the therapist holds a metaphorical mirror so the client can see them better. So effective work needs two things: the initiative and commitment of the client, and the skill of the therapist in holding up mirrors. Still, the relationship must "click." Unfortunately, the ingredients for this are somewhat mysterious. You are the final judge.
(803) 937-4191
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Goines Counseling and Consulting Services,LLC, Counselor  in Columbia
“GCCS is a multicultural counseling organization committed to providing quality mental health services to children, adolescents, adults and families. As a military veteran I am committed to provide quality service to military veterans and their families. My training as a certified school counselor enhance my skills to work with parents and their children with many of the issues they encounter in school daily such as bullying, peer pressure and academic issues during the school year.
(803) 619-9835
Columbia, South Carolina 29204
William Troutman, Counselor  in Columbia
“As a counselor I enjoy the process of coming along side people when life seems unmanageable. I seek to create a safe environment for people to process on a deeper level. I'm trained to understand and treat emotional issues as well as spiritual. Additionally, I administer several assessments including Prepare and Enrich for martial and premarital as well as Strongs Interest Inventory which assesses potential career interests. I have recently come on staff with Columbia Counseling Center and I'm taking new clients. Please don't hesitate to call and set up an appointment today.
(803) 675-7370
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Wendy K Graham, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hello and thank you for stopping by. I've always believed the best work in therapy occurs when there is an open, and positive relationship between the client & therapist. I have had the opportunity to work in many different environments and the common factor where change can occur most easily is an environment where one is free to express him/herself without judgement.Feel free to contact me to see if we can work together.
(803) 720-5465
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Psychology Services Center, Psychologist  in Columbia
“The Psychology Services Center (PSC) provides comprehensive quality mental health care that focuses on working alongside you to offer support in your time of need. We offer a wide range of assessment and therapy services for adults, children, adolescents, families, and couples. Clients often seek our services for help coping with stress, depression, or anxiety, addressing their children's behavioral or learning difficulties, or improving communication and trust in their relationships. Across all of these treatment areas, our center values providing quality, outcome-oriented services that are based on the latest science, offered within a caring and collaborative atmosphere.
(803) 932-1458
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Shawna M. Gwin, Counselor  in Columbia
“I genuinely love people and am passionate about helping them experience inner healing. Through providing a compassionate, non-judgmental, confidential environment, I hope to foster a safe relationship where people uncover hurts, discover strengths, and gain new perspectives in order to be empowered in their own lives.
(803) 893-0487
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Lindsay-Blair Simmons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
“I love working with women -- and all of the unique issues they encounter throughout their lives. Whether it's enhancing a woman's self-esteem, helping her set healthy boundaries, or aiding her in addressing her overall unhappiness in life, helping women truly feeds my soul.
(615) 601-2433
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Sharon Givens,   in Columbia
“If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten. Are you looking for some positive changes in your life? It does not matter where you are, you are nowhere compared to where you can go. Therapy is an opportunity for individuals, couples and families to acquire skills to move along the continuum to a healthy and fulfilling life. During the therapeutic process individuals can learn more about themselves, change dysfunctional behavior patterns and increase emotional and social capital. Talking through struggles and issues and developing concrete tools for systemic change is my goal for a successful therapy experience.
(803) 349-3173
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Suzanne Snyder, Counselor  in Columbia
“Hi! I am glad you stopped by my page. I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults. I focus on helping people deal with Depression, Anxiety, and Behavioral Issues. If you are looking to work on issues, change behaviors or need to have someone listen to your issues, then I may be the therapist for you. Please feel free to email me or call me with any questions. I look forward to working with you.
(803) 339-9914
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Alison Y. Sanderson,   in Columbia
“Reaching out is often the most difficult step in our desire to create a new story. My approach to couples and individual therapy is grounded in trust, confidentiality and compassion. Together, we will work to establish goals that are meaningful to you and your partner and collaborate on effective strategies. Some areas we may address in our work together include improving communication, coping skills, processing trauma, stress management, and self-discovery just to name a few.
(803) 897-8017
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Catina Burkett LISW-CP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
“My education and training is based in treating the severe and persistent mentally ill. I've counseled numerous family members and loved ones that live with and/or care for someone with mental illness. My practice is dedicated to everyday people affected by the disabling effects of a mental health crisis. I use a person centered approach. My style is direct, polite, respectful and caring. I'm skilled and very flexible in utilizing therapeutic techniques in an uncomplicated, highly effective manner. My goal is for clients to feel comfortable and confident in their ability to form a therapeutic alliance.
(757) 903-0793
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Roni Caw, Counselor  in Columbia
“I am an African American male and retired military with 24 years service. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I provide counseling for a variety of emotional and mental issues that include Anxiety Disorders, Depression, and Childhood Disorders from ages 5 and above. I provide counseling to children, adolescents, adults, families, pre-marital and marriage, and LGBT. I also counsel Law Enforcement and military personnel, inclusive of active, reserve, and retired with adjustment issues, grief, trauma, and PTSD. I have expertise in special education for ADHD built upon my prior work as a juvenile correctional officer, residential counselor, substitute teacher, and special education community liaison.
(803) 610-4072
Columbia, South Carolina 29223
Elizabeth Sweat, Counselor  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MRC, LPC, CAC, II, CRC
“Hello and welcome to my webpage! Do you feel that you want to tell YOUR story and truly be heard and validated? If so, then we need to work together! I am here to help adults, teenagers, and family members of addicts face their own issues, and learn new coping skills for problematic situations. This is the foundation of a more balanced life, but like anything else worth having in life, you have to work at it.
(803) 692-1911
Columbia, South Carolina 29205
Kimberly Watt-Brockington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LISW-CP
“At Positive Results Counseling Services I utilize the Solution-Focused/Strength Based Approach to therapy. Strength is the ability to produce positive results in in one's life. It is my philosophy at Positive Results Counseling Services that being positive is not pretending there are no disappointments, hardships, or struggles in life. It is learning/knowing that with effective coping skills, insight, and support you can overcome your negative life experiences and create more positive life experiences. These negative circumstances may be depression, victimization, results of poor anger management skills, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, loss/grief or unhealthy relationships.
(803) 636-2736
Columbia, South Carolina 29229
Nicholas Natale, Counselor  in Columbia
“Strong, positive relationships are extremely important to me. Within the counseling relationship, you begin to see complicated issues more clearly, once overwhelming difficulties become manageable. By identifying and applying your own unique strengths to difficult situations you begin to not only survive but strive. I approach counseling through a positive, strength-based cognitive therapy. My desire is for you to flourish as a unique individual in your own relationships.
(803) 610-2943
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Carmen Jimenez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LISW-CP, LCAS-A, SAP
“Serving Fort Mill and Columbia, South Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina. Carmen utilizes Play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, reality based practices and crisis interventions within her daily practice. The identified methods are used to address the needs of children, adolescents, individuals, couples, same sex couples and various family systems. Services are utilized to best meet the consumer's needs. All treatment plans utilize creative and best practice methods of treatment
(980) 255-3726
Columbia, South Carolina 29223
Mary Ann St John  in Columbia
“I have an interest in helping individuals, couples, and groups seek wholeness, healing, and freedom through authentic, safe, and confidential relationships. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify therapy goals and a treatment plan. As we all deal with stress, one of my primary goals is to help my client(s) explore ways to achieve better self-care. Specifically, my therapeutic interests include working with adults experiencing mild to moderate depression, anxiety, grief & loss, life transitions, and relationship and spiritual difficulties. I also offer on-going groups, workshops, and counseling retreats on a variety of topics.
(803) 610-4128
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
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