Pamela King, MA, LMFT, LPC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 1015 Central Parkway North, Suite 145, San Antonio 78232
Fast Contact: Email or Call Pamela.
Relationship IssuesAnger Management
Conflict ResolutionAnxiety Or Fears
DepressionGrief
Parent CoachingCoping Skills

Life sometimes seems overwhelming or hopeless because of many different reasons. We will work together in an effort to help change your circumstances, improve your relationships, and find joy for your life again. I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and teens.

Wendy Barnes, MS

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 18838 Stone Oak Pkwy STE 103, San Antonio 78258
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Christian CounselingCognitive Behavioral Therapy
DepressionStress / Anxiety
Relationship IssuesTrauma Recovery / PTSD
AngerGrief

I applaud the courage it takes to seek counseling and am very interested in helping to guide you in and through your pain. I enjoy Christian counseling and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I have 12 years of experience working with teens, adults, and couples.

Ross Thompson, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 4230 Gardendale Ste 502, San Antonio 78229
Fast Contact: Email or Call Ross.
NeurofeedbackAnxiety/Stress
Marital/Couples TherapyAdjustment Disorders
Grief and LossDivorce/Separation
DepressionCodependency

I provide a collaborative approach in helping you explore and find ways to resolve the problem(s) which may bring you to counseling. I provide a supportive and safe environment for you to express and work on yourself, or family, in your path towards continuing growth.

Hill Country Counseling Associates, PLLC

Licensed Counselors

Location Near Therapist: San Antonio, TX
Fast Contact: Email or Call Hill Country Counseling Associates.
Child/AdolescentRelationship/Marital
Adjustment/Transition ProblemsDepression/Anxiety
Divorce Recovery/Blended FamilyAbuse/Trauma
Mood Disorders (i.e., Bipolar)Codependency/Boundary Issues

We are a multi-disciplinary team of counselors who help clients in a safe and non-judgmental environment. We use an eclectic approach to therapy, depending on the client, including play therapy, CBT, solution-focused, etc., and offer night/weekend appointments.

Joseph Estess, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 500 N Loop 1604 E Suite 220, San Antonio 78232
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Couples CounselingDepression
AnxietyMilitary Life
Alcohol AbuseCommunication Issues
Emotional Intelligence Mindfulness

I help people like you, or someone you love, struggling with the thoughts, feelings and actions that are stubbornly in the way of happiness.

Zulema Magana, LPC-S, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

Location: 1380 Pantheon Way Ste 150, San Antonio 78232
Fast Contact: Email or Call Zulema.
Life CoachingADD/ADHD
Anxiety/StressAdolescent Issues
Self-Esteem IssuesRelationship/Couples Problems
Depression

My goal is to help you learn to accept yourself and decide on ways to change. I will help you gain self-awareness,personal growth and increase insight and direction.

Andrew Staffier, LCSW, MHA

Licensed Psychotherapist

Location: 20079 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 1275, San Antonio 78258
Fast Contact: Email or Call Andrew.
Behavioral IssuesDepression
AnxietyParenting
Relationship IssuesMen's Issues
Family ConflictAddiction

Andrew seeks to understand your goals, priorities, intentions, and challenges. He offers a safe & nurturing environment that enables you to explore past/present behaviors & feelings in order to develop intelligent strategies for a better life.

Edward (Chip) Flatow, M.A. . LPC . CtH

Licensed Professional Counselor . Psychotherapist

Location: 11107 Wurzbach Rd Suite #104, San Antonio 78230
Fast Contact: Email or Call Edward (Chip).
Depression / AnxietyAdolescents
PTSDHypnotherapy
RelationshipsGrief
GuiltAddictions

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, (LPC). practicing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I provide a safe environment wherein, you can explore the problems and issues that you believe need to be addressed in order to enable an efficient achievement of your goals.

Betsabe Rubio, LMFT-S, LPC-S.

Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 4230 Gardendale Suite 502, San Antonio 78229
Fast Contact: Email or Call Betsabe.
Premarital TherapyCommunication
Love And IntimacyDivorce
InfidelitySeparation
Resolving Family ConflictFamily Of Origin Issues

My goal is to help you find better answers to those things that are making life difficult. In collaboration we will find new ways of addressing your concerns in a respectful, compassionate and safe environment. Let me support you in your path towards the life you want

Becky Davenport, Ph.D., LMFT-S

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 500 N Loop 1604 E., Suite 220, San Antonio 78232
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Davenport.
Couples TherapyPlay Therapy
Family Therapyinfidelity
Child Behavior ProblemsDepression And Anxiety
Divorce PreventionDivorce Adjustment

Whatever challenges you are facing in life, relationships, or work, I provide an individualized, solution-focused approach to reach your goals. I have more than 12 years of experience working with couples, families, individuals, and children.


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Counseling San Antonio Texas

Therapist Central Loop, Midtown, Southtown, Uptown Broadway, North Central, Riverwalk

San Antonio is rich in Spanish and Texas heritages, nestled just a few hours away from the Mexican border. Approximately one third of the total city's population is Hispanic and many of the residents speak fluent Spanish. Fascinating in this city are the old Franciscan missions that are still standing and in excellent condition to this day. Although the city is smaller than Houston or Dallas, it offers many great things to see and do. One of the most popular tourist attractions is Sea World, nestled in the hills right outside of the city. You can also head into the city center to tour the historic Alamo and to walk along the river walk.1

Mental Health in San Antonio

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Texas receives a grade of D for its mental health care system. Lack of funding and lack of access to programs and services contribute to the problem of providing care to everyone who needs it.2 Fortunately, San Antonio residents can participate in state-funded programs at the Center for Health Care Services. The center provides programs for children and adults. Addiction and treatment services are available, as are day treatment and outreach programs for the city's homeless. The center also offers crisis services to those in the midst of a mental health emergency. For immediate help, please call the 24-hour crisis line at 210-223-7233.3

Individuals who have been touched by suicide can find support and assistance at Survivors of Loved Ones' Suicides (SOLOS). SOLOS is a peer-led organization dedicated to helping survivors work through the emotional devastation of the death of a loved one. The group meets once a month to share stories, lend support, and provide resources. For details about the support group, please call 210-885-7069.4

Current Initiatives

Acknowledging that spirituality and religion can be powerful forces in helping the mentally ill manage their symptoms, the Center for Health Care Services has created the Pillars of Healing Initiative. Pillars of Healing is a faith-based program that will be piloted at three churches of different faiths in the San Antonio area. Each program specifically targets distinct ethnic and faith groups, including Hispanic, African-American, and Evangelical. The goal of the initiative is to develop an understanding among these groups that body and mind wellness are interconnected, and that in order to maximize the chances of recovery, the needs of both the body and mind should be addressed.5


References

1. San Antonio River Walk. (2014). Home - River Walk. Retrieved from http://www.thesanantonioriverwalk.com/
2. Kronkosky Charitable Foundation. (2013). Research Brief - Mental Illness. Retrieved from http://kronkosky.org/research/Research_Briefs/Mental%20Illness%20January%202013.pdf
3. Center for Health Services. (2014). Get Help. Retrieved from http://www.chcsbc.org/get-help/
4. Survivors of Loved Ones' Suicides. (2014). About. Retrieved from http://www.solossa.org/about.html
5. National Alliance on Mental Health. (2014). Regional Texas Mental Health Agency Develops Faith-Based Model. Retrieved from https://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=faith_community&template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=83116