Psychotherapists in Houston. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Houston, Texas.


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Psychotherapist

Debbie Grammas, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Houston, TX

Life poses many challenges to all of us throughout of lives. When life becomes overwhelming, or your emotions seem like they are out of control, it often helps to have an objective person listen to what is occuring in your life. My goal is to hear what you have to say in a nonjudmental way, in an atmosphere of safety. Together we can explore what is going on with you, and I can provide you with tools to decrease your emotional suffering, gain insight into your issue, and increase coping (individually or within your relationships).

Psychotherapist

Jenny Deitz, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

I realize it takes a lot of courage to begin the psychotherapy process, but every step counts. In Individual Therapy sessions, we will spend our time working through the various ways your emotions may have felt confusing or misleading for you. No assumptions will be made about who you are or what you're going through, but rather we will use these sessions to journey together to reach the goals you would like to set for yourself.

Psychotherapist

Kathy Pardue, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

15119 Memorial Dr., Houston, TX 77079

I help clients become aware of feelings and learn to express them. Self-image improves as you become more emotionally honest in addition to conversation. Unhealthy self-talk is identified, and clients are encouraged to let go of self-defeating thoughts and behaviors. Positive feelings result and a stronger sense of self develops. Self-intimacy and better relationships happen as defenses are decreased and ability to do emotional giving increases.

Psychotherapist

Phil Ginsburg, M.A., LMFT, LPC, LCDC, NCC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), LPC, LCDC

7825 Highway 6 North Suite 102 suite E, Houston, TX 77095

We use psychotherapy to build a personal bond that helps you to realize your own strengths. We work with people to develop belief and faith in their own ability to handle life on life’s terms. By building a strong interpersonal relationship as opposed to a starkly clinical one, we try to get a true understanding of what is triggering discomfort in your life. We will try to uncover the causes as well as a timeline as to when your symptoms began and cultivate healthy alternatives to deal with the issues troubling you most. The goal is to help you to get to a point that you feel you have the ability to manage your own thoughts and feelings and emotions outside of the therapeutic relationship.

Psychotherapist

Chuck Gray, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

8303 Southwest Freeway, Suite 330 (at South Gessner), Houston, TX 77074

Since 1987 Chuck Gray, Ph.D. has focused on adult relationship issues through marriage counseling, couples counseling, singles (dating) counseling, and premarital counseling. Dr. Gray and his friendly, helpful staff seek to provide you with a warm, comfortable environment for achieving your therapeutic goals. We would love to work with you. Please call us at 713-774-2122.

Psychotherapist

Irena Milentijevic, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

7900 Fannin, Suite 4400, Houston, TX 77054

Counseling can help you feel empowered, ease stress, and help you feel better about your overall life. While you may be feeling discouraged right now, all it takes is that first step to get started towards having a better life. You do not have to suffer alone. I can help ease you through these difficult and painful times. If you are seeking a psychologist for any of the above problems, please call me for a free 10-minute phone consultation at 281-267-1742.

Psychotherapist

Rune Moelbak, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

3400 Bissonnet St #270, Houston, TX 77005

There are many different types of therapies. Some are solution oriented and are about jumping into action right away. Others are more about helping you get in touch with deeper layers of your personality, and helping you know yourself better. I believe the most powerful and transformative type of therapy is one that brings you in touch with deeper layers of who you are, how you think, and what you feel. Action is easy, but discovering the reasons you feel blocked and unable to act can be hard. I help you discover what has gotten you stuck in life so the solutions will follow naturally and will come from a place that feels congruent with your knowledge about what you want and who you are.

Psychotherapist

Counseling Houston, Drs. Ken and Karen Waldman

Licensed Psychologist; Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

8303 Southwest Freeway, Suite 330 (at Gessner), Houston, TX 77074

Ken and Karen have a combined 58 years of experience doing psychotherapy using a variety of techniques and approaches. Therapeutic approaches may include Gestalt Therapy, Transactional Analysis, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Clinical Hypnosis, Systems, Humanistic Psychology, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Psychodrama, Interpersonal Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Relaxation Techniques, Mindfulness, and Insight Oriented Therapy.

Psychotherapist

Philip Kolba, MA

Psychotherapist

I provide brief solutions-focused psychotherapy to help clients assess personal and professional functioning, clarify goals, and strengthen social and emotional skills. I specialize in brief online relationship counseling. Online counseling allows clients to seek help as needed, engage in therapy at a schedule that's convenient to them, and keep their counselor as they progress through life. I work with LGBTQ and hetero clients on individual, couple, and alternative relationship concerns. Clients explore issues that impact their professional and personal relationships, including communication, power dynamics, and intimacy. I accept US$ and cryptocurrencies.

Psychotherapist

David S. Wachtel, Ph. D.

Licensed Psychologist

5252 Westchester St., Suite 105, Houston, TX 77005

I recognize that each person (or couple or family) has her/his own personal and unique story. So first it's critical that I know what the story is, what have been the most meaningful experiences and what the impact of those experiences have been. The impact of your experiences has created your own strengths and struggles that I begin to understand and acknowledge from our first meeting. It's also critical that the person with whom I work feels understood and safe to be vulnerable within our relationship--it's only with these in place one can take the risks needed to try new ways of being and coping in relationships.


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