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Therapists in Nashville

B. Dodge Rea, Psychologist  in Nashville
“It has been said that a good therapist is much more gardener than mechanic. I love this statement because it captures something too often missed by counselors and clients alike: We therapists are here not to "fix" you but to help you gently prune away the old parts of you that no longer serve your growth, for within you already is an innate capacity to heal and stretch upward if given safety, compassion, and unobstructed space to grow. Feel the difference? Beyond giving you tools for change, my job is to awaken the part of you that already knows how.
(423) 273-5020
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
“My specialty is working with couples. I only see couples. I can help with almost all types of relationship problems. I believe these problems stem from the same core issues and I am well-equipped to help you uncover them and learn how to to change the impact they have on your relationship.
(615) 651-6942
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Andrea Pizzano, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT
“I work with depression, anxiety, self esteem, addiction, pre-marital, marital/relationship conflict, divorce adjustment, loss or grief, life transitions and spirituality. My areas of concentration are in Family of Origin Issues, PTSD & Trauma and ADHD. My methodology to therapy and treatment is based on a family systems approach and includes insight focused therapies. I use cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic, structural and solution focused models as well as experiential and holistic modalities in my work with clients.
(615) 209-9195
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Corey L Emerick, Counselor  in Nashville
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master´s Degree in Professional Counseling and currently working on a PhD in Clinical Counseling, I use an integrative and individualized approach aimed at improving the quality of life of my clients by helping them find balance, learn coping skills, rediscover choice, decrease suffering, heal body image issues, increase self-esteem and create a life worth living. I work with women, men, adolescents, couples and families who struggle with trauma, stress, eating disorders/disordered eating, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, marital or family problems, grief and/or co-occurring disorders.
(860) 506-3699
Nashville, Tennessee 37210
Leah E. Newman  in Nashville
“Looking for a Gender Specialist in Tennessee? Or perhaps a therapist who treats the gay and lesbian community? Look no further. While specializing in transgender transitions, gay & lesbian concerns, and relationship issues, I also treat anxiety, depression, coping skills, substance abuse, & families of addicts. My desire is to offer a warm and inviting place for all clients who are searching for a new way to manage their stressors and life decisions. Don't worry, our straight friends our always welcome too! Find out more at WWW.LEAHNEWMANCOUNSELING.COM
(615) 745-3862
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
“I do not feel that there is an ideal patient for me per se. This is due to the extensive training I have received throughout my doctoral and post-doctoral education. I believe this training has allowed me to treat patients (adolescent, adult, geriatric) in multiple environments such as hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient facilities while conceptualizing and intervening though cognitive behavior and psychoanalytic modalities. However, I do feel that I treat many patients from the mood, anxiety, eating, and cognitive disorder classifications found within the DSM-IV-TR nosology.
(615) 614-8481
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Heide Schlack, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I believe that we all have many strengths but can get stuck in our ability to flexibly and effectively navigate our lives. Working with a therapist can help identify one's strengths and better define the 'stuck' points. Clients and therapists collaboratively choose areas of focus. Through careful listening and communication, therapists provide a process and strategies that facilitate thinking and behavioral flexibility and ability to reach goals important to the client. Client commitment and active participation are essential to the process. I work from a model that incorporates mind-body thinking and multidirectional influences on our actions.
(615) 601-2393
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Janie Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LMSW, LCSW
“Hi, my name is Janie Taylor. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and for the past 8 years, I have worked with families who have someone they love that is dying. Grief and loss is my specialty. I love people and have experienced that we are incredibly resilient. Many people walk the road of grief and loss without a professional partner. Whether it be divorce, death, infertility, a new baby, a blended family, a new school, an empty nest, a diagnosis of a chronic illness, or any life changing event, many of us find a way to navigate it.
(415) 735-0931
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Jasmine Jno Baptiste  in Nashville
“I am passionate about working with individuals and couples as they deal with painful life transitions. I know that life is filled with disappointments and we all at some point need to feel safe in order to share our experiences. My goal is to offer hope in a safe and non judgmental atmosphere. I enjoy finding creative solutions to assist clients in reaching their full potential; whether they’re dealing with depression, emotional wounds or other life challenges. I want every client to know that they can move past their present situation, they can dream again, believe again and enjoy life.
(615) 745-3582
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Rokeisha Bryant, Counselor  in Nashville
“Cupid's Concepts (founded by Rokeisha Bryant) was created to help individuals cultivate their relationships with family, friends and colleagues. Our specialized coaching, mediation, and training services can help you improve your professional and personal goals.
(615) 229-7249
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Jessica Mccoy  in Nashville
“Jessica McCoy is passionate about walking alongside and encouraging families with exceptional children. After graduating from Lipscomb University with degrees in theology and psychology, Jessica taught at High Hopes Development Center. High Hopes is an inclusive preschool for children with special needs as well as typically developing children. Here Jessica cultivated skills of working with children as well as empowering families to help their children develop both socially and emotionally. Jessica furthered her expertise by attending Trevecca Nazarene University to obtain a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT). There she also counseled college students transitioning from adolescence to adulthood.
(615) 763-4013
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Mary Arwen, Counselor  in Nashville
“I practice contemplative psychotherapy, informed by the integration of meditation practice, existential-humanistic philosophy and depth psychology. My clinical practice focuses on uncovering my patients' inherent wisdom, warmth, and humor by healing the wounds of trauma, facilitiating deep understanding, and cultivating compassion.
(615) 323-2041
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Christina Oliver, Counselor  in Nashville
“A strong therapeutic relationship can provide the context for transformative healing and growth. I work well with people who have experienced trauma or deprivation in their early experience and who desire healing from those events, as well as those who feel stuck in unhealthy patterns of behavior. Since many chronic issues contain elements of earlier experiences, our work together may include increasing your awareness about how your past is at work in the present, reducing its ability to dictate your responses and choices, and letting go of defensive strategies that worked in the past but are not serving you now.
(615) 823-6041
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Kaci Allen  in Nashville
“With a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Kaci works with Professional and University student-athletes helping maximize performance levels and cope with a variety of clinical issues. She also works with parents from little league, to pro-levels on effective strategies to grow our next generation of athletes, in addition to her individual clients. Kaci operates a private practice in Nashville, TN, teaches Adolescent Psychology and Counseling at Cumberland University and presents nationally on a variety of developmental and performance topics.
(615) 489-8054
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
April Ban, Counselor  in Nashville
“I am motivated to assist clients in developing ways of appropriately managing their emotions and gaining control over their inner dialogue (thoughts processes) all for the purpose of promoting self awareness and thereby creating a life in which each client is satisfied and fulfilled. Based on my experience, I believe that no matter the challenge, with support and effective coping skills, a person can find resolution. Change is possible.
(615) 745-3859
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Berrylin R Martin, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I am passionate about the therapeutic process, and in it, I intentionally and holistically approach each client's story with graciousness, intuition and wisdom. I work with individuals, both men and women, couples and I integrate family work when appropriate. I also offer women's therapy groups 2-4 times a year. I believe that each person has innate, immeasurable and steadfast worth. Holding on to that worth in a world that is tragic requires deep and continual healing in the depth of our hearts.
(615) 673-4791
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Lawrence Joel Weitz, Psychologist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, Doctor, of, Natural, Medi
“Dr. Weitz is a very sensitive psychotherapist who utilizes a mind/body somatic integrative approach to assist the healing process.H received his Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Albany. He graduated with a five year program from the university of Natural Medicine with a doctorate in Naturopathy. He works as a psychologist with a holistic life style therapeutic intervention.
(423) 273-5792
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Trina Corley, Psychiatric Nurse  in Nashville
“I specialize in treating mental illness in adolescents/teenagers (14+), adults, and geriatric clients. I enjoy working with all individuals to achieve optimum quality of life. I will work collaboratively with psychologists and counselors and will support and reinforce their therapy goals for you. I can usually work with clients so that I can see you the same week you contact me.
(615) 454-9320
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Stephen James, Counselor  in Nashville
“Stephen James, LPC-MHSP, NCC is a private practice psychotherapist in Nashville, where he provides individual, marital, & group therapy. He has published numerous articles and is the coauthor of five books including the bestselling "Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys." He has appeared in interviews with ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and various other media outlets. Stephen speaks and consults often. You can find out more about his clinical practice at
(615) 913-4271
Nashville, Tennessee 37206
Benjamin Holmes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“"The best way to predict the future is to create it." That statement is at the heart of therapy. So often we are defined by what has happened to us and we get stuck living in a space filled with regret, heartache and frustration. You don't have to live in that space and the act of searching for a therapist is a wonderfully bold and courageous start toward creating your future. My role as your therapist will be to help unlock your innate ability to heal, forgive, grow and prosper in the life you wish to create.
(615) 671-4028
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
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