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Therapists in Houston

Jane Fowler, Counselor  in Houston
“I am a solution-focused licensed professional counselor and have been working in the Houston area since 2007. I love helping clients approach their problems in a new way that allows them to take control of their lives and feel empowered. I work with adolescents, adults, seniors, couples, and families. I have worked in multiple settings including partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, research, substance abuse clinics, and outpatient treatment. I am also a licensed supervisor and currently accepting new Interns for supervision.
(281) 500-9662
Houston, Texas 77024
Nancy Baker, Counselor  in Houston
“I am, first and foremost, a grief counselor. Over the years, I've helped many, many individuals cope with the pain of enormous loss, begin to function again, and eventually create a new path. Because there is no timetable for grief -- no specific amount of time it should take -- we will move at your pace. Your relationship was unique and your experience of grief unlike anyone else's. During a session with me, you may feel comforted yet gently nudged, understood yet carefully questioned, nurtured yet encouraged to stand on your own.
(713) 338-9099
Houston, Texas 77005
Julia Wolf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“If you are unhappy with aspects of your life or relationships but unsure of what to do or how to change things, I will create a safe and collaborative environment in which we can explore your situation and help you find your own unique solutions. Understanding your own deep values and how your life may be in conflict with those values is an important first step toward changing beliefs, emotions, behaviors and relationships.
(713) 338-9057
Houston, Texas 77027
Rebecca B McCartney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I seek to encourage, educate, and empower clients as they work to create positive change in their lives. Therapy requires hard work and commitment, but the reward is beneficial change and often personal healing. Sometimes we find ourselves in seasons of life where we feel stuck. We know we are capable of moving past our difficulties, but for many reasons, we find we're unable to do it this time. Let me help you find your strength, recognize the patterns of behavior that are no longer working for you and teach you effective coping strategies and problem solving.
(713) 766-5449
Houston, Texas 77058
P. Troy Gremillion, Counselor  in Houston
“'It's the RELATIONSHIP that heals' is a slogan distinguished psychotherapist Irvin Yalom claims as his 'professional rosary.' Embracing this belief, I strive to create a supportive and nurturing environment in which you can explore your emotional needs, overcome limiting beliefs, and create a vision for a richer and more meaningful life. I believe that a healing therapeutic relationship is based on genuineness, acceptance, respect, empathy, and curiosity. I take a holistic and feminist (non-authoritarian) approach to therapy, and take into consideration your work life, family traditions, cultural and spiritual beliefs, social and sexual identities, and relationships -- your STORY!
(713) 338-9064
Houston, Texas 77055
Paulishia Augillard, Counselor  in Houston
“I counsel children, adolescents and adults suffering from an array of problems. My compassionate and positive approach helps people to make the changes that they desire.
(832) 730-5448
Houston, Texas 77092
Kathy A Gamble, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that we make choices and express emotions based on childhood experiences whether negative or positive. These choices develop into patterns and mold us into who we are today. To make changes in the areas that are currently causing pain and discomfort, we must address these past experiences using a more holistic approach that integrates psychology with spirituality. This approach will move us forward to becoming the men and women God created us to be. This has been a personal journey which has placed me in a position to encourage and assist others in reaching their full potential.
(713) 987-3580
Houston, Texas 77070
Laura Shely, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“As a family therapist my focus is on making relationships stronger whether you are a couple, a family or an individual. I work to improve connections to each other in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere where we will discuss what is and what isn't working well in your relationship or family. I use a variety of therapies that help improve emotional connection, communication and caring. Couples with relationship problems who want to find a way to make their relationship work are the majority of my clients.
(713) 234-6257
Houston, Texas 77027
BariatricPsychEvaluations.com, Psychologist  in Houston
“BariatricPsychEvalutions.com was created to help weight loss surgery patients fulfill a pre-surgical psychological assessment needed to get approved for surgery. We know patients want to lose weight and their decision to pursue weight loss surgery should have an easier process. Insurance companies require psychological clearance for approval for weight loss surgery. It doesn't need to be a difficult process. Making it easier helps patients prepare patients mentally for the challenges ahead and potential barriers. Patients love our flexible hours and convenient scheduling that include nights and weekends. Success with Weight Loss Surgery starts in the mind.
(855) 957-3825
Houston, Texas 77030
Sherell Hebert, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MS, NCC, CCH, LPC-S
“Life is a field of unlimited possibilities. Are you ready to begin exploring new options and making new choices? Are you ready to live life to the fullest? My goal is to help you gain insight into the issues that are negatively impacting your life. Together we will form a collaborative relationship so that you can reach your goals. Together, we will find new and better ways for you to manage your life and feel more fulfilled. ***Schedule online 24/7 at www.houstoncounselor.me.*** Email me directly at sherell@houstoncounselor.me .
(832) 356-8549
Houston, Texas 77065
Samantha Caplan, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“I enjoy working with couples, clients with anxiety, children, teens, students, and new mothers. I provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for a wide variety of issues and life challenges. I am a certified Prepare Enrich Facilitator, and I utilize the program to help engaged couples build a stronger foundation for their future marriage. Clients have told me that I provide a positive energy in session and that I am engaging, encouraging, a good listener, and insightful. Email me for more information on how I can assist you.
(713) 766-4595
Houston, Texas 77027
Joan Marianne Sotelo, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, LMFT-A, MA
“Are you experiencing personal or relationship challenges that seem too difficult to overcome on your own? Do you feel that you can't connect with your partner like you used to? Sometimes these challenges can get difficult to deal with on our own and we need someone to help.
(832) 850-2642
Houston, Texas 77098
Robin Dickey, Counselor  in Houston
“Currently available for encrypted web camera and phone sessions! I collaborate with my clients to explore capabilities for dealing with problems interfering with their lives. Some examples of these problems are anxiety, depression, life transitions, eating disorders, women's issues, relationship issues, and other day-to-day worries. Allow yourself the opportunity to focus on your goals, strengths, values, and motivation to create a more satisfying future in which the problems do not seem so overwhelming. I invite you to consider what you would be doing differently if you were no longer stuck with these problems.
(817) 381-3791
Houston, Texas 77058
Ronald J Swatzyna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCB, BCN, CART
“ADHD, Autism...it's time to stop guessing. This is particularly true when medication fails to alleviate enough symptoms or they cause unacceptable side-effects. New technology now provides scientific evidence linking an individual's symptoms to specific neurological findings with a process called Neuro-Biomarker (NBM) profiling. Dr. Swatzyna is on a team of international scientists that uses advanced technology (EEG/qEEG brain mapping) to assist psychiatrists with medication selection and treatment planning. Our research (n=386) suggests there are four reasons why medications fail and treatment is thwarted. Early identification NBMs can greatly improve treatment results and prognosis.
(713) 338-9040
Houston, Texas 77027
Christine E Wagener, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have maintained a private psychotherapy practice in Houston for over twenty years. I work with men, women, and couples from 18 to 80 who want to improve their lives, need help in dealing with a difficult event or period in their lives, desire more from their personal and work relationships, or are motivated to reach the next level of success. Sometimes my clients are in pain and seek help with anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and loss, all of which are in my area of expertise and experience.
(713) 338-9082
Houston, Texas 77006
Michele K Lane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have always loved helping people to feel empowered about their relationships and vocations, and everyday living. My clients report in their testimonials that I am warm, comforting, empathetic, and easy to talk to. Some marriage counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists spend years analyzing and speculating about the root causes of a person's problem. One of my strengths is that I am able to zero in on the heart of a problem and devise effective strategies for solving it.
(713) 338-9201
Houston, Texas 77096
Adrian Yam, Counselor  in Houston
“My clinical background comes from years of experience and practice working with diverse populations. Each situation/issue/fear/concern is viewed as an opportunity for unblocking a personal path towards inner growth and living a fuller life. As a therapist, I concentrate on what is of utmost important to the individual.
(713) 659-0923
Houston, Texas 77057
Beth S Martin, Psychiatric Nurse  in Houston
“My psychotherapy practice consists of adults, couples and families dealing with depression, anxiety, health concerns impacting one's sense of well being, major life transitions, relationship issues, loss and grief. I also work with those who want to proceed in more depth in understanding how these issues arose and affect their life and relationships. In addition, with my health care background as a nurse combined with my advanced psychological training and experience, I am in a unique position as a psychotherapist to bring understanding, support and a psychological perspective for those with chronic illness and their loved ones.
(832) 924-8423
Houston, Texas 77014
Kimberly Harrison, Counselor  in Houston
“I work with children, adolescents and adults on a variety of issues. Most of my work is based on the principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Together with my clients I assess the presenting issues, and then discover associated problems in thinking and behavior. Together we then develop a plan for moving beyond problems to living a more fulfilling life. My therapy plans are goal-oriented, with specific, measurable steps so that you can track progress. I will help you discover the "problem behind the problem" and then we'll work together to formulate solutions.
(281) 346-3166
Houston, Texas 77025
Lisa Anne Miller, Psychiatrist  in Houston
“While I prescribe medication, I strongly advocate psychotherapy either in combination with medications, or alone, in most situations. I have extensive training in different modes of psychotherapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and a more intensive type of therapy called Psychoanalysis. I believe that psychotherapy can help bring about the kinds of lasting changes and satisfaction in relationships that most people are really looking for.
(281) 978-4235
Houston, Texas 77005
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