Compassionate and professional therapists near Memphis, Tennessee. Counseling can change your life. Choose a therapist now and get started.
Allan Katz, M.S., CRC, ASAT
Associate Sex Addiction Therapist
Location Near Therapist: Memphis, TN
Fast Contact: Email or Call Allan.
|Sexual Compulsivity Issues||Love Addiction and Codependency|
|Internet / Porn Addiction||Alcohol & Drug Addiction|
|Mood Disorders||Dialectical Behavior Therapy|
|Neuro-Linguistic Programming||Experiential Group Therapy|
My mission is to provide life experience, wisdom and creative intuition to help you stop unwanted obsessive thoughts & behaviors with direction, life skills and spiritual guidance toward a more emotionally balanced life.
James Coffman, M.Div., Th.M., D.Min.
LPC (MHSP), LMFT, LCPT
Location: 2404 Kirby Road, Memphis 38119
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Coffman.
|Depression||Problems With Children|
|Emotional Stuckness And Anger||Managing Medical Challenges|
|Alcohol And Drug Problems||Other Mental Health Concerns|
A Licensed Clinical Pastoral Therapist, as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor (MHSP) and Marital and Family Therapist, I have successfully worked with individuals and families for more than 25 years.. My offices are in secure, confidential settings.
Paul Hambrick, M. Ed.
Location Near Therapist: Memphis, TN
Fast Contact: Email or Call Paul.
|Drug, Porn, Food Addictions||Relationship Problems|
|Anxiety & Stress||Depression and Guilt & Despair|
|Trauma & PTSD||Fear, Worry & Phobias|
|Anger Management||Grief and Loss|
My primary goal for every first session is to truly listen, so that you know that a caring, Christian therapist is fully engaged with you and your problem(s). Counseling is solution-focused while exploring for root causes, insight and productive change options.
City of Memphis
Tennessee Department of Health: Board of Professional Counselors and Marital and Family Therapist
Therapist Memphis Tennessee
Counselor Midtown, East Memphis, Overton Park, Cooper-Young
The largest city in Tennessee, Memphis was named after the ancient Egyptian city Memphis. Originally, the Chickasaw Indian tribe settled Memphis, but the modern city came into being in 1820 and was founded by James Overton, James Winchester, and Andrew Jackson. Memphis followed the ebb and flow of most of America until the Twentieth Century. It really became an economic powerhouse in the early 1900s when it became the largest market for spot cotton, mules, and hardwood lumber. The Memphis entrepreneur, Clarence Saunders, started two very important businesses in Memphis: the self-service grocery store and the supermarket. Saunders made a lot of money off of these ventures, but eventually lost it due to stock manipulations. His home, the Pink Palace, has become one of the city's many museums.1
Mental Health in Memphis
Nearly 250,000 people in Tennessee suffer from a mental illness, many of which live in metropolitan areas such as Memphis. Of these, approximately 66,000 are children. Since Tennessee is only able to serve about 34 percent of those in need of mental health care, numerous people go untreated. As such, hundreds of people each year commit suicide in Tennessee and thousands more are incarcerated or live on the streets.2
Memphis residents who are in need of mental health care can find the services they require at the Comprehensive Counseling Network (CCN). CCN has two offices in the Memphis area to serve the needs of the community. Case management and counseling programs are available for children, adults, and families. As a large amount of CCN's programs are funded by the state of Tennessee, TennCare, and the United Way, services are provided to all clients, regardless of ability to pay. Additional information about CCN is available by calling 901-353-5440.3
The University of Memphis offers a number of graduate programs that prepare students to work in the mental health field. Students can specialize in a number of areas, including Clinical Mental Health, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, and Rehabilitation Counseling. Each program builds knowledge and skills that are necessary for effective clinical practice. Each program is also fully accredited. Graduates are eligible for licensure in the state of Tennessee. For further information about these degree programs, please call 901-678-2841.4
1. Pink Palace Family of Museums. (2014). Home - Museum Overview.
Retrieved from http://www.memphismuseums.org/museum-overview/
2. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2010). State Advocacy 2010.
Retrieved from http://www.nami.org/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm?ContentFileID=93521
3. Comprehensive Counseling Network. (2013). Home - Comprehensive Counseling Network.
Retrieved from http://www.ccnmemphis.org/default.aspx
4. The University of Memphis. (2014). Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research.
Retrieved from http://www.memphis.edu/cepr/coun/