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Therapists in San Antonio

Elizabeth C Ransom, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I enjoy working with clients of all ages with various mental health concerns and needs. I will work with you and your family to build on your strengths and resilience. I believe we are all faced with adversity at all stages in life and in a therapeutic relationship we will work through finding a better understanding of those concerns and ways to cope. I strive to assist you in discovering steps to better manage whatever life throws at you and in setting goals towards healing, creating balance, and in helping you achieve optimal mental health and wellness.
(210) 614-4990
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Rosemary Z Hernandez, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I have been in the field for over 10 years and have worked with an array of populations. I have experience in the areas of trauma, PTSD, ADHD, adolescents (at-risk youth), relationship issues, divorce, and law enforcement issues.
(210) 831-9417
San Antonio, Texas 78239
Pathfinders Counseling & Consulting, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“Thank you for visiting my site. My goal is to understand you, your concerns, and your goals for therapy. Together, we will establish a flexible treatment plan that capitalizes on your strengths, offers you hope, and gets you back to living your life fully. I have been licensed for over 10 years and have 16 years of experience providing individual, group, couples, and marital therapy.
(210) 801-9073
San Antonio, Texas 78217
Rick Wadsworth, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I am an eclectic therapist utilizing a combination of behavioral, cognitive and emotive approaches to assist my clients in change and experience happier lives. The aim of our work together is to assist you to find what works best for you, to assist you to discover and develop resources within yourself and your community. My experience (20+ years) is that most of us respond well to a combination of cognitive, behavioral and emotional work. In practice, I have found that the application of mindfulness to life is indispensable. I work with adults and adolescents in group, couples and individual.
(210) 390-6227
San Antonio, Texas 78247
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LCSW, LMFT, LPC
“My psychotherapy practice is client-focused. While I am experienced in cognitive-behavior, insight-oriented, psychodynamic and brief therapy, I draw from a wider array of resources so that I can act as a guide in helping clients to achieve their stated objective.
(210) 441-6196
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Thomas Paige/Mower Counseling & Consulting, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Antonio
“I am a retired Army Veteran experienced in working with individuals, couples and families who are having difficulty coping with depression, domestic violence, stress, anger and grief. Weekend appointments are available and encouraged. My personal goal is to be a solution to the many military personnel regardless of status in finding the way back to living a healthy and happy life rather than settling for defeat. Special rates are available for Wounded Warriors. Sliding scale for under-employed.
(210) 618-0155
San Antonio, Texas 78239
Kimberly Watts Hoggatt  in San Antonio
“I appreciate those clients who are questioning and seeking deeper meaning and answers to difficult questions. I take a person-centered and existential approach to counseling - aspiring to help clients find and discern the meaning and direction of their own lives and relationships. I come from a career development background, and I have also worked extensively with LGBTQ clients in both one-on-one and group settings. While I embrace Christianity as my personal faith base, I have studied other faiths, and I am able to adapt to various belief systems in my approach to counseling.
(210) 598-5013
San Antonio, Texas 78247
Arturo Freyre, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Are you seeking change? Understand that change takes a leap of faith. When we make the decision to that change is needed part of the problem is that we are venturing into the unknown and that often times keeps us from taking the next step. Please allow me to help you, together we can get you to where you would like to be. Please understand that therapy is a process and it requires being mindful and in the moment.
(210) 529-7686
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Jeanne Strauss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome. I've been helping individuals and couples discover their fullest potential, create healhty relationships, and reach personal goals for 25 years. I'd like to help you reach your goals, cope with the difficulties and transitions in your life now, and teach you skills to help you handle life's future challenges with resiliency, balance and confidence. My focus in the first session is to give you some relief and hope. We will actively work toward helping you learn skills and tools that you can use immediately to change the path you're on and start something new.
(210) 787-6384
San Antonio, Texas 78248
Mark Steege, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LPC
“I am a retired AF Chaplain who specializes in sexual dysfunction and relationship counseling. I also work with sexual addictions and sexual abuse. I have a strong faith but no need to preach. I begin therapy with where the client is rather than trying to figure out how they got there.
(210) 702-2302
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Carma Lisa Arrendell, Counselor  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, CRS
“I have a passion to work with you in achieving the goals you desire in a practical way. I will focus on your need and facilitate the process to help you have a balanced lifestyle. It is a great honor to know you have the courage to ask for help, and the opportunity that you welcome me into your life. I consider time is a great value and priceless. I will work with what you have identified in a timely fashion, and at a pace you are comfortable with. I find great joy in knowing you made a positive change in your life
(210) 853-0351
San Antonio, Texas 78249
“I am an LPC in private practice since 1989. My goal is to help clients see options, viable solutions and manageability of the problems they are facing. Often, one becomes stressed and overwhelmed with problems to the point of missing the answer to the challenge at hand. Many times, these challenges are the very thing that help strengthen, empower and restore us to a healthier life and way of functioning. Let me help you see possibilities as quickly as your first visit.
(210) 702-2064
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Michelle E. Vasquez, MS, LPC, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I love helping people who are ready to clarify what they need to make their relationships work. If you are stuck and unsure how to proceed in your relationship, I can work with you to help you gain new communication/connection skills with your partner. I help couples who are ready to have happier relationships learn how to restore love in their life. I have been working with clients as a therapist for 20 years, helping people who are ready to embrace small, workable shifts in their lives that will bring more joy and peace to their relationships.
(210) 585-4045
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Vickie Jackson, PhD, Psychologist  in San Antonio
“I believe that one of the most important aspects of seeking professional help is to find someone with whom you can trust and feel comfortable in discussing your issues. As a licensed psychologist for over 28 years, I have successfully counseled numerous individuals and families in resolving difficulties in areas such as effective communication, coping with divorce, work/career issues, loss/grief, and serious chronic health conditions. All of these can lead to anxiety and depression. My goal is to help you to achieve inner peace and balance in your life.
(210) 774-6379
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Robert Flinn, Counselor  in San Antonio
“Because so many clients see me for relationship issues, learning to set appropriate boundaries, communicating assertively, and nurturing healthy, equitable relationships are often a focus of our work. Many clients come to me in emotional pain resulting from traumas ranging from parents divorcing to marital infidelity, from illness to physical assault. We collaborate in treatment planning and assessing outcomes, and we make use of therapeutic tools and coping skills to fit their issues, strengths and preferences. I firmly believe in the capacity of my clients to grow, heal, change and take charge of their lives and relationships.
(210) 591-7416
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Carol L Jones, Counselor  in San Antonio
“There are many reasons to seek therapy -- some of the most common being a major life transition, anxiety, depression, grief or trauma. Relationship issues in marriage, family or work are also common stressors that can benefit from counseling. I work collaboratively with adults and adolescents to address these issues in an atmosphere of respect, trust and acceptance. Carefully listening to your concerns, together we identify problems and/or goals to work toward.
(210) 585-2907
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Linda Evins Mappin L P C-Intern Supervised By Sherri Lambiase L P C-S  in San Antonio
“"If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll keep getting what you've always gotten." Change is scary, but may be necessary for wholeness in our lives. Unhealthy thoughts and behaviors are learned and a result of damaging relationships. They are coping skills that are keeping us from being happy and productive. Excessive worrying, trying to "fix" things, fear, controlling, manipulating, anger issues, denying, evading, procrastinating, codependency and addictions are some of these unhealthy coping skills. Healthy thoughts and behaviors lead to better relationships and a real capacity for peacefully dealing with life's ups and downs.
(830) 865-2667
San Antonio, Texas 78258
Maggie Hlavinka, Counselor  in San Antonio
“I believe our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are inextricably linked. Facing life's problems can be scary, but doing so helps us to lead fuller, happier lives. I will assist you in developing the tools necessary for building self-awareness, resilience, and the ability to take control of your life and cope with problems as they arise. I will provide a consistent, compassionate, confidential environment where you can share your thoughts, feelings, and life goals openly and honestly. I have experience in helping people overcome a variety of mental health issues and life obstacles.
(210) 529-8697
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Jonathan Hardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Antonio
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“In every life there are ups and downs, triumphs and tragedies. Sometimes life's challenges become too difficult to bear alone and reaching out for help--though not always easy to do--is the healthiest thing one can do. I work with people seeking emotional healing, solutions to complex difficulties, personal growth or healthier relationships. I also assist other professionals as a Board Certified Clinical Supervisor for social workers seeking their clinical license.
(210) 569-0353
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Marsha Kay Stenger, Counselor  in San Antonio
“During childhood we wring our hands over the passage of time being so slow. While our parents watch carefully for the starting of psychotic behavior, we trip through the days trying to fit into a niche that is prescribed by the place we live, the family structure we are born into, and the dwindling opportunities offered by overtaxed school systems. I wish to offer an island of hope to those whose life is filled with the great unknown. While trying their best to please and unsure why the efforts are fraught with not being good enough and causing more stress.
(210) 877-9046
San Antonio, Texas 78240
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