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Therapists in Knoxville

Brandy Hall, Counselor  in Knoxville
“What keeps you up at night? Feeling overwhelmed? Problems with relationships? Anxiety? No matter what you are struggling with, no matter what worries you, you do not have to go through this alone. A lot of therapists focus solely on identifying people's weaknesses. I will help you build up your weak areas, but I will also help you identify & develop your strengths so that rather than just surviving, you can really thrive.
(865) 945-0985
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Al C Behel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPC, MHSP
“I treat children, adolescents, and adults. I work with clients in a respectful manner to achieve change and solutions which optimize their strengths as they address their issues and concerns.
(865) 375-5010
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
Dana Vince, Counselor  in Knoxville
“Stop here if you are looking for a counselor for your marriage or relationship. I help couples who are struggling to get along with each other, don't know what to do after an affair, feel like roommates (no passion), feel disconnected from each other, who can't communicate without fighting, who can't negotiate differences on finances, parenting, chores, sex, etc.
(865) 264-3059
Knoxville, Tennessee 37922
Steve Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couples, family and group therapy. I work with most private and group insurance plans as well employee assistance programs and private paying individuals. I recieved a Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Tennessee in 1996 and the Licensed Clinical Social Work certification in 1999. I have been an adjunct instructor for the masters program at the UT College of Social Work, having taught courses in family therapy, group therapy, clinical social work with children and adolescents, and foundation courses.
(865) 630-4218 x103
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Ed Moore  in Knoxville
“I enjoy helping individuals and couples discover the inner processes that impact their relationships, their work, and their ability to function as free, productive and emotionally healthy adults. This includes helping individuals and couples work through fears, compulsions, addictions, sadness, loss, strained and unraveling relationships and more.
(865) 272-9902 x242
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Catherine E. Zook-Bell, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“People deserve to be heard and understood. I believe that therapy is at its best when clients feel accepted and understood. I approach clients through warmth, compassion, and challenge. My goal is to work with my clients toward a shared vision of better health and wellness. I am a Licensed Psychologist and work with individual adults and couples on a full range of issues. These include but are not limited to depression, anxiety, mood disorders, binge eating issues, relationship concerns, self-esteem and adjustment disorders.
(865) 745-5041
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Meirav Matityahou, Counselor  in Knoxville
“We all differ in meaningful ways, and therefore, therapy is different with each person. With careful, non-judgmental, and respectful listening, I hope you will feel deeply understood and hopeful, and we will be able to work together in a genuine, collaborative way. I work with adults with difficulties and emotional struggles like depression, anxiety, trauma, identity, relationship issues, LGBT, and life transitions like divorce and loss. Working with people whose lives have been touched by cancer is a particular interest for me. I value diversity and am deeply attuned to your unique background (cultural, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation) and its effect on your individuality.
(865) 622-9450
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Vickie Henderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If I were to choose one word to describe my therapeutic approach, I would say "empowerment". Power is essential for good health. Attitudes that generate a feeling of powerlessness not only lead to low self-esteem, but also deplete the physical body of energy. Some negative self-talk is normal for all of us, but when it persists for a long time, it can rob us of joy and confidence. If you are feeling overwhelmed, depressed, stuck in a negative situation, or unhappy with your life circumstances, therapy is a good place to begin restoring your inner power and confidence.
(865) 935-5408
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Mark H. Barnes, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I welcome people with a wide range of life issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and general stress, as well as children and adolescents with behavioral, emotional and attentional problems. My approach is tailored to your needs and goals, but usually includes a focus on understanding how you got where you are. This kind of insight can be vitally important in figuring out a practical way to get to a better place in life. When working with kids and teens, I always involve their parents to some extent, so they can better understand and help their children.
(865) 275-5913
Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
Jonathan Hodge, Counselor  in Knoxville
Counselor, MS
“Depression, anxiety, relationship issues and other words like these are all meant to describe areas of our lives where we feel stuck, frustrated or hopeless. My goal is to not only work with you on these areas of frustration and discomfort, but also to identify and build strengths, and ultimately help you maximize your life. Our work together can help in all areas of life: intrapersonal, interpersonal, family, and work. I am passionate about what I do, and I take your goals seriously.
(865) 245-2606
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
Susan C. Koller, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Knoxville
“My general perspective comes from assessment and child treatment at medical centers in Nebraska, Texas, and Tennessee. I see children birth to 21 who, besides having a range of developmental, behavioral, and emotional concerns, have underlying medical concerns, e.g. prematurity, neurological involvement, congenital and genetic abnormalities. The breadth and depth of my experiences have convinced me that parents/caregivers must be an integral part of the child's and adolescent's treatment due to the parents' genetic link to their children, which influences reciprocal behavior. Adults seek my services for evaluation and treatment of AD/HD, which often is accompanied by anxiety and depression.
(865) 366-4874 x105
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Joyce M Cartor, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; the therapist must be serious and respectful and possess a solid reservoir of knowledge about the human condition. The therapy-seeker must, in addition to wanting symptom relief, bring to the process his or her curiosity and some desire for increased self awareness. People come to psychotherapy in emotional turmoil and/or pain. While this is usually the first focus, quickly it will become important to try to understand one's personality style, one's relationship patterns and the roots of these patterns, one's thinking style and the characteristic way one goes about managing, deflecting or enacting emotional storms.
(865) 584-7470
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Meredith Rappaport, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are seeking therapy this is probably a very difficult time. Reading numerous profiles may be an added burden right now, so I will try to keep this brief. We can also discuss your specific questions in more depth by phone or email. See below for more on my treatment philosophy. I'm a graduate of the University of Tennessee and have practiced since with adults, adolescents and families treating stress, distress, and mental illness (i.e. grief and loss, life transitions, depression/mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and other unique life issues and presenting problems).
(865) 219-2219
Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
Jamie Suarez, Counselor  in Knoxville
“I love when someone is ready to make positive changes in their lives. Whether it is addressing a recent problem or longstanding issues that have not been resolved, I believe counseling is one method that can serve as a catalyst to change. Change is possible because I've seen it done enough to believe that people do change their lives for the better. With the proper guidance and processes in place change can even be expedited. Everyone struggles with their own given problems. It is through the help of others that we best make progress in the battles of life.
(865) 446-5028
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
Lanny Bolling, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I consider it a humbling experience to be able to work with individuals coming to treatment. I strive to provide a safe and positive environment for talking through and solving important life decisions. My primary approach to therapy is focusing on how our thoughts impact our feelings and behaviors, as well as teaching coping skills and encouraging growth.
(865) 896-2816 x25
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Shana V Hamilton-Lockwood, Psychologist  in Knoxville
“I strive to provide a safe space for all clients to explore the issues bringing them to therapy and what underlies those issues. As a multicultural/relational therapist identities that are important to you provide a background for therapy (race, religion, culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, political affiliations, gender identity, gender, sex, ableness, etc.) as those identities make up who you are. Relationships and how you relate with others are also important. I treat anxiety, depression, grief/loss, phases of life issues, family issues, women's issues and men's issues. I am also a sex and gender specialist.
(865) 245-4713
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Shannon D Warden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is my honor and privilege to get to work in a profession that I love, where I am able to partner with hard-working people to find solutions to their struggles. I have seen the positive results of people being able to open up in a non-threatening environment. Together, we look at your whole self, taking into account relationships and their influence on who you are. I'm passionate about my work and I'm blessed to have the opportunity to witness someone making a significant change and being there when they experience the moment or series of moments where it all clicks.
(865) 945-0997 x15
Knoxville, Tennessee 37934
Jessica Cathey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The decision to bring your child to therapy can be an intimidating one. It is my job to make that a little easier. I specialize in working with children and adolescents and strive to create a safe, welcoming environment for them. I incorporate multiple approaches, with special experience in play therapy. I believe a child's family is essential to change and want to partner with the family to solve any problems. My work is my calling, and it is my passion in life to empower my clients to reach their full potential.
(865) 622-4511
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
Camille M Heatherly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, Q-SAP
“I am a Licenced Clinical Social Worker and Certified Employee Assistance Professional. I have been in active practice since completing graduate school at The University of Tennessee in 1989, in a varity of settings. I specialize in relationship issues, co-occuring disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma related issues and issues that occur within families. I have been trained intensively in dialectical behavioral therapy. In addition, I work with short term, solution oriented therapy, especially related to work related issues.
(865) 285-7326
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Dawn M Fortich Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Knoxville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The process of initiating therapy can be scary. Trusting someone you don't know isn't always easy. The truth is that life is difficult. We have all experienced sadness, loss, fear, and loneliness. Therapy can help find clarity and strength. My experience is as diverse as those I serve such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, transgender & LGBT issues, marital counseling, and PTSD. I enjoy my work and feel blessed to be a tool for God to help those who are hurting or in need of understanding. My greatest reward comes from empowering people with the confidence and tools to make a positive change.
(865) 498-5001
Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
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