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Kent Brand

Kent Brand

My Approach to Helping Thank you for looking at my profile. I have worked with families for over 30 years. I absolutely love the work I do with marriages and children who are struggling to find happiness, peace, and success. I love a challenge and feel a deep reward when I see families making...

Christie W. Gibson

Christie W. Gibson

  Personal Statement With over ten years experience as a mental health professional, I provide therapy for individuals, couples, and families seeking conflict resolution and guidance with mood, impulse control, and thinking disorders. Most of my experience is with children and their families;...

Rebecca Welsh

Rebecca Welsh

  Personal Statement It has been said that: "God uses our deepest pain as a launchpad for our highest calling". However, a lot of the time we become immobilized by the pains we face or have endured. My goal in counseling is to remind believers and non-believers that there is hope past the...

Dr. Diana Lynn Paulk

Dr. Diana Lynn Paulk

  Personal Statement Regardless of the struggle, no one should face things alone. Our psychologists, counselors, and therapists can assist you to overcome feelings associated with depression, anxiety, trauma, and stress. They can help you stop feeling overwhelmed and begin to live a more...

Dr. Shelly L. Peed

Dr. Shelly L. Peed

  Personal Statement Shelly L. Peed, PhD offers professional counseling services in Alabama. She is a licensed therapist located in the state of Alabama. Her christian faith allows her to better serve the community in and around Anniston, Dr Peed can solve problems as well as offer advice on...

Karen-Humphrey Sullins

Karen-Humphrey Sullins

  Personal Statement With the culture of the world in which we live today being saturated with conflict and stress, I strive to speak life into destitute circumstances. It takes a humble heart to resolve conflict and confusion; this is our purpose at Helping Hands PCC. We are here to assist...

Amy Daniels

Amy Daniels

  Personal Statement I believe that each individual is an expert to his or her situation. I offer counseling to individuals for help adjusting to life events, such as loss, divorce, occupational stressors, or learning to cope with serious mental illnesses. I am certified in Eye-Movement...

Vel Williamson

Vel Williamson

  Personal Statement My goal is to provide clients with a safe, non-judgmental environment where self-exploration, growth, and positive change can occur. I specialize in working with children, teens, and families. I have extensive experience in working with children who have experienced...

Dr. Don G. Brock

Dr. Don G. Brock

  Personal Statement Born and raised in Tennessee, Dr. Brock did his post graduate studies in clinical mental health counseling and theology. He has been a Hospital Chaplain, Hospice Chaplain, Pastoral Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor for the past 30 years. He completed a...

Dr. Pamela B. Brewer

Dr. Pamela B. Brewer

  Personal Statement I use a range of modalities while working with adults who are experiencing a broad range of issues include relationship concerns, depression, low self-esteem, domestic violence, trauma, sexual harassment, men's issues and women's issue. I also make daily podcasts...

Joan Leary

Joan Leary

  Personal Statement The objective of my practice is to provide clients with objective perspectives to help them gain insight toward autonomy, empowerment, and personal growth. I approach each person with compassion and understand that healing must be achieved through taking personal...

Emily Tucker

Emily Tucker

  Personal Statement As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By...

Tiffany Alexander

Tiffany Alexander

  Personal Statement I specialize in treating trauma and acute stress in adults. Trauma comes in many varieties. Trauma can result from experiencing a life threatening experience, or from witnessing a life threatening experience of another person. Trauma can also result from experiencing...

Dr. Bill Clark

Dr. Bill Clark

  Personal Statement Dr. Clark’s educational training and experience is unique in that he worked simultaneously in a community mental health center as the Clinical Director/Assistant Executive Director and in private practice as a professional Christian counselor since 1983. His knowledge of...

Jennifer W. Meador

Jennifer W. Meador

  Personal Statement I help people who struggle with depression, anxiety, substance/alcohol abuse, grief, stress, anger, trauma, relationship issues, and other personal issues. I am in the early stages of starting a Private Practice. I currently only accept self-pay. I am licensed in both...

Psychotherapy in Alabama: Finding a Therapist Near Me

Searching for a therapist in Alabama, where you live or work, can be a challenge. There are many psychotherapists, psychologists, and marriage counselors available in the state. The abundance of mental health services can make it difficult to narrow down your search. Fortunately, using a specialty search engine, such as Alabastian Counseling, is one of the smartest ways to find the right therapist.

By entering your zip code and looking at the list of therapist’s in your area, you will be able to see therapists in your area who are board certified and offer services in an area of your interest. When searching for a therapist in Alabama, make sure you take into account the quality of their education and experience. You can also find websites that offer ratings and reviews of different therapists near you. Many of these websites provide information on the specific characteristics of a good marriage and family therapy seeking therapy online, and selecting a therapist in Alabama, among other details.

If you find yourself in the situation of needing some quick guidance in terms of the complex issues of the mind and body, consider seeking therapy in Alabama. There are some excellent therapists in the area, including those who are board certified. The cost of therapy will depend on the particular type of service required, so it would be a good idea to check with local therapists to determine whether you’re paying a high price for a particular kind of therapy. If you’re suffering from narcissistic abuse and seeking treatment, chances are good that an ethical therapist in Alabama would be able to help you. For those in denial of their problems, it may be necessary to turn to an unethical therapist in order to overcome the denial and the pain that come with it.

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