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Therapists in Nashville

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
Charles G Clabough, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I have been practicing as a licensed psychologist since 1991. I work primarily with adults, but also see some older adolescents. I see a wide range of presenting problems such as depression and anxiety disorders, existential issues, and life satisfaction concerns. I often work with couples and individuals on relationship issues, and addictions. I have been trained in humanistic, CBT and psychodynamic approaches, employing a combination of these three. I will be glad to answer any questions you might have about what you may expect during treatment.
(615) 745-1023
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Jenel C Cassidy, Counselor  in Nashville
“The therapeutic process begins with relationship; established through trust, safety, and comfort. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families on their journey towards growth and healing. In my 14 years of work, I have found that the client/counselor connection is critical to this process. I work with clients who are displaying disruptive behaviors (anger, ADHD, ODD, etc.), as well as depression and anxiety. I specialize in treating those who have experienced and/or been exposed to traumatic event(s). I am passionate and committed to my clients and I believe that everyone can benefit from "telling their story".
(615) 219-1101
Nashville, Tennessee 37206
Jennifer Kasey, Psychologist  in Nashville
“I feel deeply honored to be a part of my clients' journies towards change and growth. I value diversity and I enjoy working with individuals from various backgrounds. Theoretically, I consider myself a generalist and I practice from a humanistic and interpersonal orientation. I view the therapy process as a collaborative experience, in which the client and therapist work together on the client's goals and presenting concerns. Furthermore, I see the therapeutic relationship as a facilitative condition for promoting change. Thus, I appreciate the opportunity to work with clients in increasing their insight and developing coping strategies to work through life's struggles.
(615) 442-8247
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Dee Shofner Doochin,   in Nashville
“ADHD does not have to rob you of the life you desire and dream of. Imagine your life filled with love of yourself and others, peace, joy, connection, relaxation, fun, and whatever else you desire. Not only is that life is waiting for you to claim for yourself. The sooner you identify and learn about your unique ADHD and begin to use your strengths and talents, rather than continuing to try to change your weaknesses and harness your faults, the sooner you can enjoy the life of your dreams. Sound impossible? I guarantee you, it's not!!!
(615) 671-4169
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Brock Searcy, Counselor  in Nashville
“My background includes advanced training in Sexual Disorders, Depression, Anxiety and Trauma. I'm a Licensed Psychotherapist & Certified Sex Therapist in private practice located in Green Hills. I would love to hear your story and be available to help. No two peoples' experiences are ever the same and whether your issue is emotional, behavioral or just life circumstances I'm ready to walk down that path with you (Couples and Individuals). Areas of focus include victims of sexual abuse. I'm certified in TF-CBT and prefer this method with children because it uses evidenced based Play Therapy techniques and tends to be less invasive.
(615) 209-9034
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Sherrie E. McKinney, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BS, LADAC, PRI
“I work with clients who have some desire to move toward abstinence and/or recovery. Many of my clients have experienced negative consequences due to alcohol or drug use, including contact with the criminal justice system, loss of their driver's license, job, children, etc. I provide substance abuse counseling, drug education and an Alcohol and Drug Assessment that will satisfy most state requirements.
(615) 454-9428
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
James Trone, Counselor  in Nashville
“I work with individuals and couples around helping understand core causes of anxiety, emotional struggles, depression, addiction and compulsive disorders. I believe that we have the capacity to break the cycle and live out of our authentic self but we sometimes get stuck. We long to be fully seen and known. The challenge comes in allowing ourselves to be known. My two main specialties are around trauma and with sex addiction (porn addiction, sexual addiction, sexual shame & trauma, marital conflict, and other intimacy struggles). I have received specialized training in treating both trauma and sexual addiction.
(615) 239-1130
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Alex Furches, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have become convinced that the purpose of therapy is to remove roadblocks to a more authentic experience of life, a life lived out of the desires of one's heart, not shame, trauma, or loss. As a former EMT, I appreciate the need to quickly treat acute mental illness and life problems. Yet I believe that even this can be a window for deeper change. Therefore, my special love is for clients who have tried it all, and are exhausted. I feel privileged to be a participant in one's journey to psychospiritual health.
(615) 283-4413
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Thomas Way Campbell, Psychiatrist  in Nashville
“Psychotherapy is engaging another human being to try to mutually understand the meaning of his or her distress and attempt to influence it. It is my privilege to work with patients to improve their lives.
(615) 266-0129
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Merrill Farnsworth, Counselor  in Nashville
“My strength is working with individuals interested in exploring new possibilities within their life story. Emotional pain (created by contradictions between ideals, feelings and actions) often brings a person into therapy. By embracing what is true about your life instead of running from fear and shame, new vitality can emerge. My office is an urban retreat where you can explore your emotional landscape in a safe and nurturing space.
(615) 285-9913
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Laurie Winton,   in Nashville
“I use a collaborative approach to therapy because no one knows you better than you. I provide a safe place for you to feel heard and validated in your experience and for us to explore what you would like to address or any changes you would like to make to live more fully and authentically in your relationships and in your life. I am humbled at the trust you place in me by sharing your most intimate thoughts and fears and honor that throughout our journey together as we work through some of the tough stuff in your life.
(615) 454-9141
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Katie A Gustafson, Counselor  in Nashville
Counselor, MA
“It amazes me how many people in the world feel alone. We have all felt it at some point. What if we could grasp and live out of the knowledge that we are not, in fact, alone. Despite religious beliefs, background or life values-I am convinced of an original design that paints personal and emotional growth in the context of relationship; not isolation. In light of this, I offer a relational, creative and unpretentious approach to therapy so as to provide a safe place to find some new perspective.
(615) 412-0176
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Transformation Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Nashville
“Have you ever wondered-"Why's my life so out of control?" or "What went wrong and how did I get here?" Well welcome to the club. At one time or another All people (if they are honest with themselves) have felt out of control. We sometimes find ourselves struggling to have a "normal life" but never seek help because that means we are admitting our lives are "abnormal". Because we fear the social stigma of having an illness we never seek assistance. Inevitably our lives become increasingly unmanageable. As a Psychotherapist, I am very sensitive to my clients needs.
(615) 490-0872
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
Jon W Draud, Psychiatrist  in Nashville
“Jon W. Draud, MS, MD, is the Medical Director of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Services at Baptist Hospital, Nashville, TN, and Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro, TN. He is also Medical Director of Integrated Behavioral Solutions and The Evelyn Frye Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
(615) 823-6031
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Allison McGavin,   in Nashville
“I'm glad you stopped by! I'm aware that seeking counseling can be intimidating and awkward, so I also encourage you to email or call with questions. I have experience working with mood and anxiety issues, relationship or marital difficulties, behavioral struggles, parenting issues, life transitions, eating disorders and disordered eating, substance abuse, motivational issues, trauma, body image, self-esteem, poor coping skills, stress, and perfectionism. I believe in comprehensive wellness, that emotional, physical, and relational health are interrelated, so even a small change in one area can affect the whole system. I love to help clients empower themselves to initiate change.
(615) 645-3083
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Karen Lorsch, Counselor  in Nashville
“What kind of therapist are you looking for? Are you seeking someone who sits back and is content with simply listening? Or are you looking for someone who will actively help you get to the heart of the matter? I conduct a dynamic, active therapy. In addition to empathic listening, I offer insights and techniques that yield results. I am committed to helping my clients resolve their personal issues and past trauma in a safe, supportive, and compassionate environment.
(615) 669-0982
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Compassionate Change PLLC  in Nashville
“Struggling with suicidal thoughts and urges can be one of the loneliest and most frightening experiences imaginable. I love working with suicidal clients, because as a DBT therapist, I have a powerful tool kit for literally extinguishing suicidality. This is incredibly rewarding work. I enjoy working with teens and adults who struggle with overwhelming pain and suffering. The amazing thing is that we have fun doing this work together. It is fun and moving and amazing. If you want to make significant changes in the way you experience life, Dialectical Behavior Therapy is powerful work.
(615) 775-3956
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Beth Nelson, Counselor  in Nashville
“I have been a licensed counselor for six years and I have been in the helping profession for over twenty years. Much of my experience is working with people who have experienced trauma, especially within relationships. I work best with individuals who are dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, and issues of empowerment. I feel you are the expert concerning your life. Maybe you just need some help exploring that to figure things out. My style is not to give advice, but rather to provide a safe environment and relationship where you can feel free to grow and transform.
(615) 212-8002
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Laura Kreiselmaier, Pastoral Counselor  in Nashville
Pastoral Counselor, MA
“Helping sensitive, creative folks flourish and accompanying spiritual seekers on their journey.... You can learn to thrive as a sensitive artist, leveraging and enjoying your creative gifts while building resilience around your particular vulnerabilities and emotional pain. And, you can still be a Christian and live a deeply spiritual life while mourning and letting go of portions of bad theology you've been harmed by or outgrown. If either of these messages resonates with you, we might be a good fit for therapy. I also especially enjoy helping clients interested in learning more about their personality, its shadow and light.
(615) 206-3570
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
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