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for Therapists in St. Louis, Missouri including Counselors & Psychologists

TherapyTribe is a community of expert therapists that can help people in St. Louis address their mental health concerns. Detailed therapist profiles and blogs make it easy to choose a therapist whom matches your unique needs. Use the quick list feature to select the top therapists that meet your criteria, then reach out to a few therapists to assess if they are the best match for you. 
 

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Judy Leon, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Sensitive and supportive psychotherapy from a therapist with 35+ years of experience.
Providing treatment for individuals & couples with conflicts in daily life, depression, anxiety, parenting & sexual identity issues. LGBT friendly.

1.73 miles from
63110

4390 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63108

t: (314) 367-5565

w: judyleon-therapist.com

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Mr. Edward F. Allen, LCSW, ACSW, BCD, MPS, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

 

3.07 miles from
63110

4823 McCausland Ave. Lower Level St. Louis, Missouri 63109

t: (314)780-7410

f: (314)351-4516

w: edwardfallenlcsw.com

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Mrs. Lou Carmichael, MA, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor

I passionately believe that you deserve to be kind and compassionate towards yourself no matter the obstacle is that you are facing. Therapy is an empowering resource for positive change and together we will explore your unique self, discover strengths, and reflect on areas you desire to change.

3.8 miles from
63110

201 S. Skinker Blvd St. Louis, Missouri 63105

t: 3145175733

w: www.loucarmichaelcounselingservices.com

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Mr. Robert Fleischman, MS, NCC, LCPC, LPC, Counselor/Therapist

With over 30 years of experience, Rob believes that it is the relationship between client and therapist that accomplishes healing and growth. While Rob does use specific methods such as EMDR, Cognitive therapy, or solution-focused therapy, they are secondary to listening and understanding.

3.8 miles from
63110

200 S. Hanley Rd, Suite 618, Clayton, MO 63105 Clayton, Missouri 63105

t: 314 721-1995

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Claudine Miller, LPC, LCPC, CRAADC, CCDP-D, Licensed Professional Counselor

Anxiety, depression, and other symptoms can provide an opportunity to discover deeper meaning in life. I love to help people create desired change in their lives or to adapt and find meaning in response to life's changes. My approach facilitates growth through compassion, accountability, and joy.

5.14 miles from
63110

7915 Big Bend Blvd Webster Groves, Missouri 63119

t: 314-780-8328

w: Chrysalis Counseling

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Lindsay Walden, MA, LPC, Sex Therapist, Therapist

Need to Talk? I'm here to listen.

I welcome all people regardless of race, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, or sexual orientation.

7.33 miles from
63110

10176 Corporate Square Drive Suite 100-S St. Louis, Missouri 63132

t: 314-485-9189

w: www.lindsaywalden.com

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Anita D. Cohn, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

EMDR Trained Therapist.

My specialties are helping women and adolescent girls feel better and do better. Although, yesterday is gone it may still guide today's decisions. Stuck in yesterday-depression. Stuck in tomorrow-anxiety. Present in today-joy and peace.

7.33 miles from
63110

10176 Corporate Square Dr., Suite 100 S St. Louis, Missouri 63132

t: 314-920-0803

w: www.anitadcohntherapy.com

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Dr. Karen Grayson, Licenced Professional Counselor, Counselor/Therapist

As a therapist, I offer a combination of compassionate gentle listening and reflective questioning. My goal is to help you gain insight, clarity, greater peace, and more productive living.

As a Coach, I help people identify and develop their own unique spiritual path.

8.64 miles from
63110

10406 Manchester Rd, Suite 211 Kirkwood, Missouri 63122

t: 314-750-3881

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Doris Wild Helmering, LCSW.,BCD, Marriage and Family Therapist

I'm a marriage and family counselor in private practice. My life is dedicated to helping people have healthier and happier lives. My expertise has been published in 8 books and 1200 newspaper columns. I have appeared on Oprah and other TV and radio shows. I have logged over 51,000 hours in therapy.

9.77 miles from
63110

2190 S. Mason Rd. Suite 301 St. Louis, Missouri 63131

t: 314-965-3803

w: www.doriswildhelmering.com

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Thialiaann Scarlett-Lloyd, M.Ed., LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor

I provide individual therapy in a very comfortable setting for a variety of conditions including Anxiety/Panic, Stress Management, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD), Work/School Problems, Bipolar Disorder, Mood Disorders, Sexual Abuse, Physical and Emotional Abuse, Self-Esteem, Self-Harm, & EAP.

11.98 miles from
63110

11650 New Halls Ferry Road Florissant, Missouri 63033

t: 314.837.2022

f: 314.584.2171

w: Intentional Alternatives

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With a Substance Abuse Traffic Offense Program that serves over 30,000 offenders each year, it's clear that Missouri has a problem with alcohol abuse. Though alcohol abuse is a problem in this city, there are bigger problems with addictions to substances such as cocaine and heroin. St. Louis has plenty of therapists who help clients struggling with addictions or drug abuse. Seeking help from one of these therapists can give people the tools they need to make healthier decisions that improve their lives, eliminating DUI offenses, and narcotic arrests.

Missouri has a large population of military veterans who may need mental health services after coming home from combat. The Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System offers a variety of counseling options to meet the needs of veterans. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a very common issue for those returning home after war. Unfortunately, some experts believe that at least 50 percent of people with PTSD do not seek treatment. They may feel embarrassed by their mental health issues or they may try to mask the symptoms by using drugs and alcohol. These short-term solutions often lead to dependency and legal troubles.

Several interstates and expressways intersect in St. Louis. This can create a nightmare situation for people struggling with certain types of anxiety disorders. Anxiety triggered by traffic, claustrophobia, and stress may force people to avoid areas of the city where these roads cross paths. Highways 64, 70, 55, 44, and 255 are main traffic arteries for St. Louis residents. Those who can't use them without experiencing extreme anxiety suffer from symptoms such as panic attacks, elevated heart rate, and confusion, creating a dangerous situation for everyone on the road.

The Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute provides treatment for a variety of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. All of these disorders can manifest on crowded highways, as well as in other situations that make patients feel uncomfortable.When searching for a therapist, keep in mind some key aspects, such as office location, therapist gender, therapist area of expertise, and treatment methods. Pick a therapist that will make you feel comfortable. If you ever begin to feel uncomfortable, you can always change your therapist or method of treatment. 

Most veterans qualify for mental health services at the VA in St. Louis. They can also use insurance to help cover the cost of visiting a private counselor who specializes in mental health disorders commonly experienced by veterans. For questions about insurance covering treatment of any disorder, contact your provider or your doctor.

These mental health issues are very serious for the people living with them. If you or a loved one shows symptoms of addiction, PTSD, or anxiety, it's best to find a qualified therapist as soon as possible. Mental health problems don't disappear on their own. By taking advantage of the resources in St. Louis, you and your loved ones can lead healthier lives with fewer mental health burdens. Don't be afraid to ask for help, TherapyTribe is here to make finding treatment easier.