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Therapists in Houston

Donna Yi, Psychiatrist  in Houston
“I am Board-Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry with added certification by ASAM and ABQAURP. I have served as faculty at Cornell, USC, and Baylor. Most recently I was privileged to serve as Director of Professional Assessments, Associate Chief of Staff, and Eating Disorders Program Medical Director at the Menninger Clinic. My specialty is addictive disorders and dual diagnosis (co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders). I work with professionals in high performance fields who also struggle with career transition, stress/ burnout, and disruptive behaviors. Additionally, I consult to organizations and conduct fitness to practiceŁ professional assessments.
(832) 900-2548
Houston, Texas 77098
Kimberly D. Patterson, Counselor  in Houston
“Kimberly Patterson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Texas, a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC), and the owner of Impact Counseling & Education services. She is an insightful and talented therapist who offers personalized assistance to individuals, couples, and families dealing with difficult life transitions, on-going relationship conflict, and communication problems.
(832) 772-4662
Houston, Texas 77065
Linda J Harris, Counselor  in Houston
“Uncomfortable in your relationships at home, at work or with your family? Are you waiting for other people to change so that you can be happy? Are you thinking, "There must be a better way?" I will assist you in your taking charge of your own life. Together, we will identify choices, options and strategies to help you attain better life outcomes and more personal happiness.
(832) 323-1977
Houston, Texas 77002
Thomas Regal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Therapy needs to be a safe and supportive experience for my clients. It is a process of self-discovery, where people address painful, sometimes shameful issues often for the first time. This can best be facilitated when working with a therapist with whom the client can feel safe and trust. Rapport is critical. My responsibility to my clients is to be safe, trustworthy, honest, and competent. I have been helping people with their personal, family, and relationship issues for over 33 years.
(361) 444-1163
Houston, Texas 77027
Grace Walsh, Counselor  in Houston
“What do you value? What is important to you? Do you feel your life has meaning? Are the answers to these questions reflected in the life that you are living today? We all have times in our lives when we feel we are at a crossroads. I provide a safe, confidential and nonjudgmental place for you to examine and explore your unique journey. The answers you seek are within you and the therapeutic process opens a pathway to their discovery. I offer compassion, connection and empathy to create a nurturing environment for your personal growth and healing.
(713) 588-0028
Houston, Texas 77092
Jean Riojas-Foyt, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Houston
“In a warm and compassionate manner, I utilize a variety of proven psychological techniques to address the often hidden and underlying struggles faced by many individuals and families. I have over 15 years of training and experience working with couples, families, adolescents, individuals and groups. From the feedback I have received from both new and ongoing clients, I often hear that they feel very comfortable speaking with me.
(713) 999-3527
Houston, Texas 77042
Syreeta Scudder-Early, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LCDC, BCBT, CART, SAP
“***DAY, EVENING, AND WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE*** Each individual is unique and multi-faceted. You will find that your counseling experience at Momentum Behavioral Health Concepts is inclusive of the whole self. Honesty and support are the foundation of the treatment process. With a combination of therapeutic techniques (including mindful meditation, acupressure, and progressive relaxation), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Brief Therapy, and Belief Therapy, individuals can begin to rebuild their lives. I look forward to going through the journey with you as you achieve your goals.
(832) 324-3026
Houston, Texas 77092
Jim Armsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you often misunderstood when expressing yourself in relationships? Do you often not express yourself because you "know" how the other person will respond? Do you find yourself defending what you say rather than having your thoughts, feelings accepted and built upon by others? Many relationships experience tension and conflict when attempting to solve the simplest of problems. Individuals respond to what they have understood from others based on faulty belief systems, prior experiences, and inaccurate perceptions. I help individuals and couples to become more aware of these issues and thereby minimize confusion and conflict leading to more functional communication.
(713) 999-4704
Houston, Texas 77098
Cheryl Scoglio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CDWF-C
“Recovery is about relationships. Success in recovery is connected to our ability to effectively engage with others. Often, relationships feel the impact of stagnant and familiar dynamics that leave us feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. Mood disorders, personality disorders, addiction and shame are influenced by our interactions with others. In recovery we examine our interpersonal struggles and consider what gets in our way of living authentically and making healthy connections. An effective therapeutic process increases self-awareness, teaches us how to be our best in relationships and inspires us to live more whole-heartedly.
(713) 861-5656
Houston, Texas 77007
DL Pfister, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“DL has focused on the specialty of Chronic Health Issues and the co-morbid effects on Mental Health. Specifically, Fibromyalgia. She has studied the effects of this illness on mental health and has provided professional growth seminars to ensure that other professionals can provide adequate assistance to these patients. The approach she takes in involves a treatment team. DL has devoted herself to this syndrome due to her personal experience with the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia in 2006. With steady progress she now experiences very few days of the year that hold her back. Success and change are possible!
(832) 431-5834
Houston, Texas 77065
Casey A. Mansfield  in Houston
“From the time you step into my office until you leave, it is all about you: your healing, your progress, your changes. Working collaboratively, my hope is that I can help you unlock your inner resources, find direction, and regain a feeling of purpose in order to live a more fulfilled life.
(281) 823-8643
Houston, Texas 77058
Nakeisha Quia'N Washington, Counselor  in Houston
“An individual's problem's or issues are psychological in nature and of no specific Kind or degree but rather depend on the specialty of the therapist. The key idea behind therapy is that each individual is unique and distinctive,which means that a one size fits all approach to therapy will not be effective, whether the therapy is intended to help someone recover physically from a car accident, or emotionally from a traumatic event.
(832) 786-2544
Houston, Texas 77060
Evangelina Hammonds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Every person has strengths and weaknesses. If you have been struggling for quite some time and have been unable to experience more joy in life, perhaps it's time for you to make a personal change. The way you feel depends on how you see a situation. I have helped many children and adults find their inner strengths and skills when trying to cope with depression, anxiety, traumatic stress, relationship conflict, and heart or other ongoing medical illness which can impact quality of life. I have an extensive background in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and believe in a collaborative therapeutic relationship.
(713) 766-3758
Houston, Texas 77027
Alexa Spence,   in Houston
“I am a counseling intern committed to helping clients resolve interpersonal, psychological and life-transition issues. If you are struggling with Eating Disorders, Trauma, Depression, Anxiety or other problems and want to work toward healthy solutions, therapy can be extremely helpful. You will learn more effective ways to deal with your problems, implement coping strategies, and develop a healthier well-being. I employ a warm and empathic approach to provide you with a safe environment, in order to discover who you are and how your experiences are affecting your life today. Through treatment, you can achieve positive self-development and recovery.
(832) 532-8100
Houston, Texas 77024
Tammy Zwarst, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT, BCPCC
“My particular passion is for taking broken and hurting marriages and helping restore them to God's design for how a marriage relationship is supposed to work. I have helped many couples recover successfully from infidelity. I also work with a broad range of issues, including depression, anxiety, caregiver issues, grief, and life-stage adjustments. I love doing premarital counseling, and believe that this is a critical step in establishing a healthy marriage. I am an approved provider for the "Twogether in Texas" premarital education program.
(281) 724-3721
Houston, Texas 77058
“I am a clinical psychologist and have had my own practice for 14 years. I am trained in cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. In situations warranting a deeper understanding of a problem, I tend to use a psychodynamic approach. In more practical issues of changing behavior and/or learning a new approach, I tend to use a cognitive behavioral approach. This involves assessing desired behavior changes, obstacles, and strengths to obtain the goal. Consistent across both approaches, is a tendency to ask questions in a safe and cooperative style that allows clients to gain new perspectives on problems and issues.
(713) 338-9091
Houston, Texas 77008
Town & Country Transitional Outpatient Program, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“Town & Country Transitional Outpatient Program offers both Intensive Outpatient and Supportive Outpatient Services in the City Centre/ Town & Country/ Memorial City area of Houston. Collectively our staff has over 60 years of experience in addiction. We are dedicated to a personalized, private and flexible approach in an intimate, beautiful setting. We take only 10 clients for each program and are available around the clock to our clients. We offer services to address most any issue that accompanies addiction such as dual diagnosis, relationship crisis, family and work issues, mood disorders, legal and court evaluations, and most importantly a sense of helplessness and hopelessness. We are all in recovery from drugs and/or alcohol and choose recovery, because it IS amazing. Let us show you a different way!
(713) 766-4842
Houston, Texas 77024
Sarah McConnell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“My passion is working with clients (individuals, couples and families) to help improve relationships. I love to work with people who are searching to make improvements and are motivated to make changes in their lives, even though they might not know what to do or how to do it. My strength is being with clients in the moment, learning about them and how they live their lives and working with them, whatever their circumstances.
(832) 548-4028
Houston, Texas 77098
Joe Pentony, Counselor  in Houston
“You know that thing you can't stop doing but you want to stop doing because it is ruining your life? I can help you stop that. Not by telling you, "STOP IT!" But by connecting with your life goals and meaningful values for you to wisely choose what you want to do and who you want to become. Sound easy? It is not. It will be the hardest thing you do. But I will be here to offer guidance, validation and encouragement for you. Just reading this profile, the first step toward the life you want, takes enormous courage.
(832) 602-2510
Houston, Texas 77024
Catherine A Casey, Counselor  in Houston
“I specialize in individual and couples or relationship therapy for adults. I work with a wide range of emotional issues. Speciality areas include depression, anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, relationship issues, and women's issues. I believe strongly in the mind-body connection, and have helped many clients move toward practices which create more balance and reduce stress in daily living. I employ a variety of approaches in my work, using what best fits the needs of any individual client. I am often drawn to cognitive-behavioral and family systems frameworks.
(281) 853-9678
Houston, Texas 77094
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