Counseling in Las Vegas, NV. Find the Right Therapist.

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Scott Carlson, CADC-I, QMHA, BSHS

Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor

2575 S. Cimarron Dr., 104, Las Vegas, Nevada

I am committed to a devotion of lifelong learning so that I can appropriately utilize my professional skills to help those in need reach their personal goals. The faith I have in my abilities guides my willingness to care about everyone on an equal platform regardless o

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Las Vegas, Nevada

Grey Matters Intl & Dr. Kevin Fleming(cited expert for NY Times, CNN, Fortune, Sporting News)is all about bold thinking & neuroscience innovation in getting mood/behavior change when shrinking,feel good self-help, and pills aren't cutting it. Indiv/couples/family.

Sheala Morrison, M.S., LMFT-Intern

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

8565 S. Eastern Ave Suite 116, Las Vegas, Nevada

I seek to help clients process their experiences and relationships to work through past hurts and come to a place of healing. I offer a safe and non-judgmental space and evidenced based practices to help people work to become the best version of themselves.

Tyler Rich, MS

Marriage And Family Therapist Intern.

9414 W Lake Mead Blvd , Las Vegas, Nevada

I believe that sometimes you fill stuck in life & therapy can help you feel unstuck. I work with you to find a richer, more fulfilled everyday life.

Judy Winreb

Judy Winreb, LMFT, LADC, Eating DIsorder Specialist

5940 S. RAINBOW BLVD., Las Vegas, Nevada

I am a Psychotherapist Specializing in many areas: Depression,Anger, Abuse, Violence, Sexual Abuse, Eating Disorders, Anxiety/ Panic, & Addictions ( of all kinds). Please read my complete bio, for further detail. I have been in private practice in Las Vegas for 20 yrs.

Anabelle Bugatti, LMFT, MS, NCC, Success Coach

Couples Counselor, Licensed Marriage Therapist, Personal Psychotherapist, Sports Therapist

4955 S. Durango Dr Suite 161, Las Vegas, Nevada

I work with courageous couples and individuals to restore hope, heal broken relationships, and cope with stress and problems in life. I have a relational and interactive approach to counseling and therapy. I provide empathic, quality therapy in a private practice office

Rhonda Kildea, MA, MFT, LADC, CEDS

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist

7371 West Charleston Blvd. Suite 130, Las Vegas, Nevada

Rhonda Kildea founded New Horizons Counseling Center in 2004 out of a desire to increase the quality of mental health care in Southern Nevada and to help people find peace with their bodies and themselves. Rhonda is a fully licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

Christy Cunningham, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

501 S Rancho Drive, Ste. E-27, Las Vegas, Nevada

I offer an atmosphere where each person or family has a chance to be heard as they tell their stories from their perspective. I have a practical, down-to-earth, and nonjudgmental approach to finding solutions. We use proven evidence-based interventions that work!

Cathy Stock, MA

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

7495 W. Azure, Las Vegas, Nevada

My clients say I am understanding, calm, and genuine. If you are depressed, anxious, angry, confused or in a difficult relationship, I can help reduce your symptoms. We will work through underlying causes for your distress leading to lasting happiness and success.

Aaron Williams

LMFT

601 So. Rancho Dr. Suite A-2, Las Vegas, Nevada

Hello! My name is Aaron Williams. My goal is to help you feel the best mentally, and emotionally. I use a combination of techniques including my life coaching skills help you reach your potential.


Related Sites:
City of Las Vegas, NV
Nevada Board of Examiners for Marriage & Family Therapists & Clinical Professional Counselors

Counseling Las Vegas Nevada

Therapist North Las Vegas, Wann, Bracken, Boulder Junction

Long known as a gambling mecca, Las Vegas has made a big effort in recent years to become a family friendly city. Although gambling is still very much in evidence, children and teenagers can find much to do that has nothing to do with placing a bet. The Discovery Children's Museum offers more than 200 hands-on exhibits about everything from science to art.1 The Las Vegas Natural History Museum features walk-through dioramas and animated dinosaurs that appeal to teenagers as well as children. Teenagers and their parents might also be intrigued by the Elvis-a-Rama Museum, which offers a glimpse into the life of the famous rock star. About 20 miles west of the city is Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, where families can take self-guided trails to view ancient petroglyphs and the ruins of an old homestead.

Mental Health in Las Vegas

Although Las Vegas is seen as a fun, carefree city to visit, for many people who live there it is a much different story. Nevada ranks fourth in the nation in suicide rates, with the majority of those occurring in Las Vegas. Gambling is a common problem, as is substance abuse. Yet, Nevada ranks 36th among states in per capita expenditures on mental health services, and 37th in the nation in overall mental health spending.2 The large number of individuals in need of mental health care in Las Vegas leads to overflowing emergency rooms and thousands of people living without the proper treatment they require.

Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (SNAMHS) is a state-funded agency in Las Vegas that offers behavioral health services. There are numerous SNAMHS locations throughout Las Vegas and Clark County that offer easy access to mental health programs. A centralized inpatient facility offers care for those who live with serious mental illnesses. Mobile crisis units are available in case of an emergency. Outpatient counseling and addiction services are also offered. Please call 702-486-6000 for more information.3

Current Initiatives

As part of a concerted effort by the Department of Veterans Affairs to better serve the mental health needs of veterans in the Las Vegas area, a Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) with an outpatient mental health clinic was opened in 2012. With programs to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, and gambling addiction, the center focuses on problems that veterans commonly face. Veterans with serious and persistent mental illness also have access to the inpatient facility, where they can receive proper care and treatment. The VAMC continues to offer innovative treatment for the 164,000 veterans who live in and around Las Vegas as part of their mental health initiative.4


References

1. Discovery Children's Museum. (2016). Exhibits. Retrieved from http://www.discoverykidslv.org/exhibits/
2. UNLV Center for Democratic Culture. (2004). Mental Health Problems and Needs in Nevada. Retrieved from http://cdclv.unlv.edu/healthnv/mentalhealth.html
3. Department of Health and Human Services Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. (2017). Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services. Retrieved from http://mhds.state.nv.us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21&Itemid=49
4. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. (2016). New VA Medical Center with State-of-the-Art Mental Health Unit to Open in Las Vegas. Retrieved from http://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2363

Las Vegas is located in Clark County, Nevada. It has a land area of 134.37 square miles and a water area of 0.05 square miles.  The population of Las Vegas is 623,747 people with 215,614 households and a median annual income of $50,202. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Las Vegas, NV

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Las Vegas is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Las Vegas therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility