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Therapists in Nashville

Helen Tarleton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW
“It's no surprise that a good fit with a therapist involves finding someone you feel is easy to talk with. Research is conclusive: there is no treatment modality more important than this self-evident truth. Difficult conversations are eased by being understood in this way. In a twenty year professional commitment to psychotherapy and education, I've found that it's possible to find new understandings in old situations and to develop new techniques for responding to life's slings and arrows.
(615) 239-0430
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Jay McGill, Counselor  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSC, LPC-MHS, NCC, CCMHC
“Hello, my name is Jay McGill and I have been in the mental health field for the past 12 years. In that time I have learned that the pain, frustration and disappointment of everyday life leads a lot of us to depression, despair, anxiety and confusion. My experience has predominantly been with teenagers and older children but I have also worked with victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Most of my clients have experienced trauma of some type and I welcome the opportunity to work with you or someone you know who is suffering.
(615) 745-3978
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Sarah Kmita, Counselor  in Nashville
“Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor who uses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with clients. She also pioneered Psyche's, Environmental Intervention(tm) (EV) Program by working with clients in their homes, places of business, etc, to meet specific needs. She completed her undergraduate degree at The University of Tennessee at Knoxville and her graduate degree at Lipscomb University. Sarah previously worked at Skyline Madison Campus Psychiatric Hospital as the adolescent unit therapist while completing her post-masters supervision for licensure. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with family and friends, exercising, traveling, and playing with her cat, Rory.
(615) 913-5828
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Kathryn Galbraith, Psychologist  in Nashville
“Thank you for your consideration of my practice. I especially welcome your interest as the process and outcome of therapy are so connected to the therapy relationship itself. It is my experience that therapy is most helpful when it includes three elements-a highly competent and ethical therapist, a motivated client, and a collaborative and trusting relationship. The latter is essential because it creates the safe and supportive context which fosters enduring growth and change. My approach is integrative, embracing all aspects of the person, and always focused on the unique needs and hopes of my client.
(615) 671-4062
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Sheila Renee Peters, Psychologist  in Nashville
“My overall objective is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for individuals, couples and families to address personal challenges. For those engaging in the therapeutic process, the journey requires courage and commitment to personal growth. My professional experience prepares for me to work in a culturally competent framework with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and life experiences. For individuals concerned with spiritual growth, I provide a Christian framework for assessing personal development. My expertise enables me to work effectively with all ages from early childhood through adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood and the elderly season.
(615) 327-2978
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Kathryn Eckstein Jalovec, Psychiatrist  in Nashville
“I am a board certified psychiatrist in private practice in Nashville, Tennessee. I am a graduate of University of Tennessee Medical School, Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency, and Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program.
(615) 209-9114
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Ashley Jacobs  in Nashville
“It is a privilege when our work is a cross between a need of others and personal passion. Counseling sits right at that intersection for me. The world we live in is both beautiful and broken, and that reality is reflected in the tensions we find within ourselves and in our relationships. I desire to walk alongside my clients as they wrestle with the realities of life, helping them find their way to places of real joy and health.
(615) 412-0136
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Andrea Barrett, Counselor  in Nashville
“My approach to therapy is informed by a belief that people are creative beings who are most fulfilled by approaching life with openness, kindness, and curiosity. A foundation in humanistic, psychodynamic theories, as well as a focus on integrating mindfulness and compassion into relationship with self and others, sets the tone for the therapy relationship as people explore their lives and inner worlds.
(615) 300-0207
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
Robin Oatis-Ballew, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I am a psychologist who specializes in helping people achieve their own definition of a healthier life in a supportive environment. At some point, many people feel sad, anxious, or stuck on their paths in life. My role as a therapist is to partner in helping you remove the roadblocks in your path and continue on your journey to experience a fuller sense of life. Individual, couples, and/or family therapy can help identify ways of improving your relationships, emotional health, and other areas of you life.
(615) 538-0117
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Kristen Maloney  in Nashville
“Making the step to begin the counseling process can be scary and overwhelming; but it can be the first step toward healing and change. I absolutely love working with individuals and couples. Walking along side clients as they journey their way through hurt, anger, grief, frustration, and other emotions, is my pleasure. Some of the clients with whom I have worked came to me when things seemed to be very grim and hopeless. It has been my pleasure to watch them put in the hard work and commitment to the therapeutic process and come out as stronger individuals and couples.
(615) 212-2469
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Tamia Tolliver  in Nashville
“Sometimes it is our relationships with family members, friends, lovers, or spouses that can cause us the most stress. Poor communications skills, the inability to express one's feelings, lack of ability to set proper boundaries, or the inability to recognize one's own feelings, can leave all members of the relationship exhausted and full of heartache and pain. It is my belief that with the proper counseling, individuals can help build personal skills and other relationship skills that can help them create better lives for themselves and their loved ones.
(615) 900-2804
Nashville, Tennessee 37217
Sharla Mize, Counselor  in Nashville
“I believe my clients already have all the answers, wisdom, and capacity within themselves. My task and my joy is to help you access these resources. I choose to assume my clients are committed to improving their lives and to suffering less. I am committed to providing a standard of care that is ethical, experienced, and qualified. You may not have caused all of your problems, but they still must be solved, and I am able to help you with that.
(615) 412-0045
Nashville, Tennessee 37210
Robert R Jacobs, Psychologist  in Nashville
“Life can take turns that present difficult challenges. We experience those challenges in a number of different ways: difficulties adjusting to new circumstances, confusion in deciding on a career path, struggles in relationships, or coping with loss. Often we feel anxious, depressed, confused, or overwhelmed and need help dealing with feelings and problems that seem beyond our control. Help may come from friends, family members, or significant others, but in some cases help is needed from a trained professional. Therapy is a process that can help people identify more effective strategies both to cope with difficult situations and to achieve their goals.
(423) 408-8920
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
Candice Floyd  in Nashville
“I have a great passion for the world of therapy and all it has to offer for individuals. Life sometimes brings forth challenges and situations that may make us feel broken and hopeless. I believe that hope is the beginning process of healing. My goal is to create a safe and nurturing environment for all individuals that may feel stuck in their lives and help them move forward through processing. I enjoy being creative in therapy and making the process of therapy self centered. "Where there is Hope there is Healing and where there is Healing there is Strength".
(615) 209-9087
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Janet Barnes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“When life events become overwhelming, everything can seem out of balance. My approach to counseling is to help individuals, couples and families to find focus and strengths to enable them to find solutions to recreate life balance.
(615) 290-5993 x103
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Reb Buxton, Counselor  in Nashville
“I want you to THRIVE! I am a process oriented therapist with more than 10 years experience. I also believe in setting and working toward personal goals. Process work is paying attention to how the emotional injuries in your past affect your everyday life. Goal oriented work focuses on where you want to go in the future and the steps you must take right now to reach those goals. Everyone has the potential to thrive in their life. I believe that we all possess the power to overcome the challenges in our life and not only survive but thrive.
(615) 249-7511
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Lj Ratliff, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Nashville
“I see myself as a guide to assist you in your journey of soul transformation. Emotional pain and conflict are signposts along the way that it is time to change and grow. I am a warm, intelligent, down-to-earth person who snorts when she laughs. I am interactive and fun, compassionate and heart-centered, as well as grounded and practical. I welcome all people from all walks of life and paths and will allow your therapy journey to unfold organically, at your pace and with your power. I work with a canine co-therapist, Bailey the cocker spaniel.
(615) 262-1061
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Maxcia Lizarraga,   in Nashville
“Have you suffered from a betrayal? I help individuals and couples work through painful relationship issues including crisis related to betrayal. Self-esteem and resilience are nurtured in a loving empathic environment. If you want to regain trust, learn to forgive and repair your relationship, I offer clients a safe, supportive, and non-judgemental space to deal with the painful process of healing. We work together on an action plan with concrete steps. As an educational coach I have15 years experience with infidelity issues. Appointments are conducted in person, via telephone, or Skype.
(615) 379-0337
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
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