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Therapists in Mount Pleasant

Caroline Smythe, Psychiatrist  in Mount Pleasant
“I am an integrative and holistic psychiatrist and enjoy working with those who are motivated to reach optimal health. I established a holistic practice in 2003 and now practice functional psychiatry, which means getting to the root cause of your symptoms. We work together to decipher the core imbalances that are responsible for your depression, anxiety, fatigue, poor attention, or insomnia. Your gut, adrenals, and your immune system can affect your mood and anxiety level. Getting to the root cause and treating the underlying imbalances will oftentimes result in a steady improvement in multiple areas simultaneously.
(843) 268-4081
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Scott A Dreyer, Psychologist  in Mount Pleasant
“CAREER/BUSINESS/PERFORMANCE/LIFE PSYCHOLOGY - Services include: Executive Coaching, Career Consulting/Assessment, Employee Consulting, Life Coaching, Managerial Training, Leadership Development, Conflict Resoultion, Personnel Profiling, 360 feedback, Motivational Skills, Athletic & Performance Psychology Skill Development. As a licensed clinical psychologist, executive coach, and performance/career consultant, my practice is dedicated to assisting individuals, couples, teams and organizations that are committed to maximizing their potential. My clientele are actively working towards achieving their personal, career, business, academic, sport, performance, relationship, and life goals. I focus on the present, the future, and human potential. The past is used a springboard to learn from.
(843) 367-1014
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Julie Havlyn Risher  in Mount Pleasant
“As a licensed professional counselor, I feel that those suffering from addictions should be treated with respect and dignity.I understand the sense of shame,powerlessness and guilt that often accompanies the disease of addiction. My goal is to enable patients to overcome these emotions, forgive themselves and increase their sense of self-worth. In my practice, I use techniques such as examining negative thought patterns, challenging thoughts about oneself and reclaiming lost self-esteem. It is important to rekindle a sense of hope that recovery from addiction is possible and to rediscover one's potential.
(843) 773-2363
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Sharon A. Smith-Mathewes, M.Ed., LPC/S, CDT, Counselor  in Mount Pleasant
“Hello and welcome. I would like to introduce myself and explain a bit about myself and my practice. I have been counseling since 1982 and I have a variety of experience working mostly with adults and couples. My approach is to assess and help find the best course of action for a particular person or couple who is seeking supportive counseling to help with a mood disorder such as anxiety, depression or bipolar illness, adjustment problems or relationship issues. I have a very informal, cozy office in a small office building close to The Ravenel Bridge in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
(843) 881-2727
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addictions Counselor with extensive experience working with adolescents and their families. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults struggling with life transitions. I have worked with both populations struggling with substance use. I also have experience within the legal system, and enjoy working with people who may not have necessarily sought out counseling on their own.
(843) 536-4228
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Sharon E Martin,   in Mount Pleasant
“Symptoms such as addiction, depression, anxiety and feelings of emptiness or inadequacy are messages from your soul. Analysis and psychotherapy can help you understand these messages and resolve the underlying problems. This is the goal of my clinical practice. My philosophy of treatment is based on the theories and principles of Analytical or Depth Psychology, which is a method that focuses on unconscious processes such as dreams and symptoms. Jung's theory was that it is the right and privilege of every human being to live out their own unique destiny, a process he called individuation. My belief in this divine potential in every person inspires my work as a Jungian analyst.
(843) 564-2820
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Susan Parsons, Counselor  in Mount Pleasant
“With 39 years' backround in yoga, movement, music, and somatic psychotherapy, I help people embody their full potential with wisdom, integrity, empathy, and experience. My office is a private oasis, where you can come and explore how to come home to your REAL self. I specialize in relationships: to self, partner, spouse, body, disease, pain, nature, and spirit. Using a body centered approach, through listening, and or a listening touch, I direct you back to your own body, which is the seat of your knowledge, spirit, and answers. I send you home with tools to listen and communicate with your self and others.
(843) 882-5861
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Patrick Mcarthur, Psychiatrist  in Mount Pleasant
“I have practiced Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry in Mount Pleasant for over 19 years, and in Murrell's Inlet, SC for two years. I offer experienced, confidential and solution-focused treatment for all ages. In every session I do both talk therapy and (when indicated) medication management. The success of my practice is based on my taking the time to really know each patient and his/her needs and to develop mutual trust with each patient.
(843) 628-2140
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Martie Adams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mount Pleasant
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I work with adults and couples who want to live fuller, more wholehearted lives. Together, we explore what stands in the way, whether it's addiction, codependency, and/or trauma history. My approach is eclectic; I use experiential methods as well as Terrence Real's Relational Life Therapy(tm)and I'm a Certified Daring Way Facilitator, using Brené Brown's work and research. I If you're looking for greater satisfaction in your life and relationships, I can help you learn the skills you need. I'm a graduate of Brown University and the Columbia University School of Social Work.
(843) 410-4971
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Mary Rutledge Faucette, Psychologist  in Mount Pleasant
“I believe establishing a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients, a relationship in which they feel understood and cared for, is essential for our work together. I have worked extensively with adult men and women experiencing addiction, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, domestic violence, eating disorders, and trauma. Therapy begins with a comprehensive assessment in which we identify areas that we want to target for change, and then we develop a plan to bring about that change. My treatment integrates cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic techniques and relies heavily on what research has shown to be effective.
(843) 375-6009
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Tracey Fournier,   in Mount Pleasant
“As a Certified Life Coach with a Masters Degree in Counseling, I specialize in helping individuals to take positive steps toward mental health and happiness. My goal is to empower clients by helping them on a journey of personal and emotional growth. I am experienced in coaching children, adolescents, and adults for issues such as anxiety, relationship issues, and parenting issues.
(843) 279-0577
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29466
Ashlee J Legun, Counselor  in Mount Pleasant
“The relationship you have with your therapist is one of the most important in your life. To progress in counseling, you need to feel validated and understood by your counselor. My clients all tell me that the number one attribute that they appreciate in me as a therapist is my ability to make them feel comfortable and like a real person, experiencing real problems. To quote author Adair Lara, "Normal is just a setting on the dryer." Life is difficult, we all need help getting through it sometimes.
(843) 561-4154
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Beth Keyserling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mount Pleasant
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LPC, LMFT
“I work with you in a supportive role to identify and change negative or self-defeating behavior patterns. I help you understand why you feel the way you do and suggest new ways to manage stress, relationship problems and low self-esteem. I believe accepting and loving ourselves is a key to having happier relationships and a happier life. We work as a team to help you find new solutions to problems.
(843) 638-3302
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Lair Torrent, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mount Pleasant
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Lmft, PC
“I work from a nonjudgmental model where all are welcome. I help people that are struggling find happiness. My job is to make my job obsolete. I offer the tools to help reach goals, to heal from trauma, deal with pain, beat depression and fix relationships. I don't sell the 50 minutes a week that most therapists give you, I'm selling a practice life. It's not just the time we spend in session, it's also about the time between sessions. I have found that working this way moves the process of therapy forward and catalyzes healing.
(917) 746-7527
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Coastal Tides Counseling, LLC,   in Mount Pleasant
“Coastal Tides Counseling, LLC, offers psychiatric outpatient and Life Coaching services to the Mt. Pleasant and greater Charleston area. Whether you, or a loved one, are seeking a psychiatric evaluation, routine medication management, individual therapy, or guidance through Life Coaching Services, our mission is to provide the highest quality services available. Our providers offer a wide range of treatment to adults, children and adolescents.
(843) 751-4853
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Drue Mcgarty,   in Mount Pleasant
“Whether you feel like you are climbing a mountain each day or are navigating normal life challenges, counseling can help you gain resources to improve your life. I strive to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, in which you feel at ease discussing your concerns. I believe that a warm and trusting therapeutic relationship plays a key role in the success of therapy. I use empirically supported therapies to help clients live more authentic lives by finding balance, evaluating resources, resolving conflicts, and finding courage to take personal risks.
(843) 765-4177
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Barbara A Fowler,   in Mount Pleasant
“I am an ADHD expert working with children, adolescents, college students, adults, and families. I focus on your goal whether it is academic, career, organization, time management, relationship, professional, or families and ADHD. We work together to play to your strengths and pursue techniques and strategies to accommodate your weaknesses. Specializing in ADHD for over 9 years, I am a national speaker, writer, and volunteer. I have a Masters Degree in Clinical Counseling, Bachelors Degree in Organizational Management, and have completed an ADHD Coaching Course.
(843) 638-3638
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Lisa Glavin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mount Pleasant
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“"I am a compassionate and seasoned therapist who has worked with adults, couples and families in a variety settings within the Charleston area. Credentials and experience are significant but research shows that the single most important factor in therapy is the relationship you have with your therapist. I value each person, couple and family as genuinely unique."
(843) 564-5163
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Susan Staub, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mount Pleasant
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, AASECT
“Relationships are complex and people often get stuck when dealing with intimacy difficulties, be they sexual or emotional. People can feel hopeless and helpless when faced with marital discord, depression, anxiety or childhood trauma. I am an AASECT certified sex therapist, as well as an individual and marital therapist. My work is solution focused in an environment which is safe and comfortable. I have years of experience and have been successful in helping people grow and enrich their lives. Hours are Mon-Fri. 9 am to early evening appointments and Sat. morning.
(843) 375-8485
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Tara L Mills, Counselor  in Mount Pleasant
“I like working with people who have trouble feeling connected to others. I focus on relationship related issue with a sub-specialty in sex therapy. Many people feel alone even if they are in a relationship. Some struggle to develop a fulfilling connection their entire life. I believe there is hope. Whether looking to improve communication skills in your marriage, restore trust following infidelity, heal after a completed relationship or enrich a connection with others I may be able to help. I believe every individual has the right and ability to be happy no matter what circumstances life presents.
(843) 765-4921
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464

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