Therapists in Temple

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Kerri Pearson, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MABC, LPC
“Kerri has been in practice in the Dallas area since 2004. Since moving to Belton in 2012, Kerri has done counseling through her church, is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor, and performs Adoption Home Studies for the local courts. She helped launch a local Celebrate Recovery Program at her church in Belton and is active in the community and schools. Kerri has a passion for helping people heal themselves and their relationships, especially their marriages. She has an extensive history working with infidelity recovery and betrayal work.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 221-0985
Tracey L Eddy, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MS, LPC, LMFT-A
“I work with many high conflict couples as well as individuals, adolescents, and children dealing with shame, depression, and anxiety. I am experienced in helping those who have been impacted by traumatic events, including soldiers returning from their overseas assignment. I spent five years living in West Africa serving in a high stress environment and understand that everyone is unique and respond to experiences differently.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 227-5809
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am here to help you find solutions that actually work. I use evidenced-based research to help find your simplist and easiest solutions. I am so sure that you will progress that I use objective measures to monitor your levels of success.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 304-5841
Dana M Corbett-Riffle, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MA, LPC-S
“I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral concerns providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere,I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each individual. I integrate many approaches and techniques to effectively address personal life challenges. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. I am here to help you with your commitment to change.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 870-1206
Evelyn S Dillman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Temple
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, LPC, LMFT, Associa
“Everyone experiences life differently and from their experience, gain strengths. My goal is to work with you to further build your strengths on your journey towards mental health. I work with high-conflict couples, individuals, adolescents, families and children. The focus of my practice is relational wellness, anger management issues, couple conflict, affair recovery/infidelity, PTSD, anxiety, depression, spiritual issues, OCD and addictions. I have an integrative therapeutic approach that includes Solution Focused, Emotionally Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, as well as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with high conflict issues.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 870-1593 x3
Kimberly Upright, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MA, LPC-S
“I specialize in showing adults how to cope with challenges and create a fullfilled life. I can help you move from feeling stuck in some area of your life to achieving your own definition of success using innovative and powerful communication, listening skills, and conflict resolution. I enjoy working with people experiencing chronic pain, relationship conflict, and parenting concerns. I can help you learn how to communicate your heartfelt needs and wants to others in ways that open the door to better living.
Temple, Texas 76504
(254) 870-2231
John T Avritt, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MS, MEd, LPC-Int
“People are fueled by the everlasting influence of past events. Emotional problems, destructive behaviors and relationship difficulties are all results of the painful, lasting impressions made on our deeper minds. My goal is to help you eliminate what's been preventing you from lasting, positive change. I work with adolescents as well as adults desiring to make these changes.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 488-5754 x4
Linda M Joyner, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MS, LPC
“Together we can discover coping mechanisms. Begin to understand the importance of strengths you aleady possess. Realize your own existing core value system and learn to live by your own beliefs. Find out ways to stay committed to reasonable goals Learn how to grow in self-conmpassion. Expand your ability to become mindful of your own life as you are living it in the here and the now. I offer my clients a safe environment and honest non-judgmental support to explore and express themselves
Temple, Texas 76501
(254) 870-1383
Linda Malsbary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Temple
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“"The past has no power over the present moment"--Eckhart Tolle. Living your life's purpose can be difficult when you are burdened with past experiences of trauma. Worrying about the future can also hinder one's ability to live life to its fullest in the present moment. I am fulfilling my life's purpose by helping others attain their goals with the assistance of psychotherapy. I offer a committed, non-judgmental relationship, combined with ethical evidence-based practice techniques. I provide Client-Centered, CBT, EMDR, Mindfulness, Play Therapy, and Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy to adults, children, adolescents, and couples.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 255-4846
“My name is DrP and I run the Good Help Clinic. I am a psychologist, army veteran, and an adjunct professor with the Texas A&M HSC College of Medicine. My mission is to consistently provide high quality psychological services to people with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and anger management problems. I have special training in health psychology and lots of experience helping people change behaviors that hurt their health. I am a licensed boxing and martial arts coach. I help athletes improve performance. I also do psychological assessment and pre-bariatric surgery psychological evaluations.
Temple, Texas 76502
(832) 431-4999
Emily Sykes, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, LPC-I, MA
“I specialize in working with children/adolescents with a variety of presenting symptoms. I understand that children must be counseled in the context of their family system and incorporate family therapy in my treatment processes. I have experience working with sexually and physically abused children, adolescents, and adults and those struggling with trauma reminders. I also work with individuals struggling with depression or behavior changes following a change in relationship dynamics such as divorce or military deployment. My goal is to empower you and your family to handle life's obstacles that are inhibiting you from your growth and successes.
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 870-4363 x2
Misti D Wetzel, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Temple
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“"Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long term results." -- Author Unknown. There are times when we are not feeling quite ourselves and may not have anyone to help or understand us; I feel I can help. Not only will I offer a listening ear but I can also guide you and give you some tools to help you on your journey to optimal mental health and happiness. I work during the evenings and on weekends which helps to accommodate busy life schedules. I would love to hear from you! Christian Counseling available per request.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76501
(254) 870-1320
Amy M Hansen, Counselor  in Temple
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
“It can be hard to seek help; I respect you for wanting to improve your situation. If you come to see me, I will listen and help you create a plan, based on your strengths, to address the problem that brought you to counseling. I enjoy working with individuals (including adults, teens, and children), couples, and families. If you are not sure whether counseling can help you, I would be happy to give you a free 15-minute consultation to answer your questions.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 870-1095
Cedar Crest Hospital and RTC, Treatment Facility  in Temple
“Cedar Crest Hospital has been serving our community for over 25 years with a proven history of success in the treatment of mental health and chemical dependency problems. Our 33-acre campus offers life-changing treatment across the lifespan using evidence-based and clinically-sound interventions that allow our clients the ability to retain their autonomy while focusing upon their journey toward recovery. Through scientifically-validated treatment approaches, we care for children, teens, adults, and older adults struggling with mental health disorders and chemical dependency such as depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicidal thoughts, addiction, and self-harming behaviors. Our mission is to offer individualized, superior care that improves the quality of life for those we treat and their families as well as be a beacon of hope for our community. We are constantly evaluating the ways in which we provide care as we work to redesign the way mental health care is given. Cedar Crest creates distinctive, effective, mental health care management and chemical dependency treatment through our partnerships with our clinical team and treating of each person who comes to us as a part of our family.
We serve:
Temple, Texas 76502
(844) 201-5504
Jacob Parks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Temple
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPC, LCDC
“Life can often be unpredictable and more dynamic than we are sometimes able to handle on our own. It is very easy to feel stuck, lost, hopeless, and even overwhelmed if we believe that we lack the resources and know how to approach our adversities. In the face of our challenges it is sometimes difficult to identify helpful solutions. This is how I may be helpful to you. Together we could explore what's possible and investigate solutions that work.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76501
(254) 822-4378
Amanda Johnson, Psychologist  in Temple
Psychologist, PsyD
“I am a clinical and forensic psychologist who provides psychological evaluations and compassionate, solution-focused therapy. I use a collaborative, goal-directed approach, meaning that you and I will work together to identify your specific treatment goals and regularly evaluate how well therapy is helping you to reach those goals. An individualized plan is developed based on your unique needs; there are no "cookie cutter" approaches used. Compassionate, skilled therapists have joined me at Georgetown Psychological Services, PLLC in Georgetown and Bell County Psychological Services in Belton to provide the highest quality of mental health services to Central Texas.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76501
(512) 400-2046
Bell County Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Temple
“Our staff is composed of licensed psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and trainees. We provide a wide variety of mental health services for ages 3 and up. Our therapists are skilled, compassionate, and highly trained to help you with the problems you are facing. We offer individual therapy, couple's/marriage counseling, family therapy, and group therapy. We also provide a range of psychological evaluation services.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76502
(254) 938-6837
Centex Family Solutions & Counseling Center, Counselor  in Temple
“My name is Sandra Martinez and it is my goal to provide the best quality counseling service for you and your family's needs. I specialize in a variety of issues that affect the quality of life. My practice is open after normal work hours and weekends to accommodate work schedules. I have over a decade of work experience with trauma clients, both children and adults, and understand the after math of unhealthy emotions that follow. Anxiety and Depression can debilitate our day to day activities as well as relationships.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76501
(254) 213-5096
New Life Counseling Center,   in Temple
“Human nature seeks peace and connection. And our therapists are highly trained in helping you look at elements that block these two pursuits, as well as what will facilitate these two dynamics in your life. We hold the Apostles’ Creed in high-esteem; and with clients’ permission we proactively integrate basic tenets of Christian faith into competent clinical procedure. For us, psychology is applied theology, a way to help you work out your faith and grow as a person to develop peace and health connections with others.
Office is near:
Temple, Texas 76504
(512) 402-6457 x312
“Hill Country Recovery Center (HCRC) provides highly effective outpatient treatment services including individual therapy, individual nutrition counseling, family therapy, weekly groups, and Intensive Outpatient Programs for both adults and adolescents. We offer specialized treatment for people struggling with problems including disordered eating, self-injury, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and difficulties in relationships. We are a compassionate, dedicated, skilled team of licensed clinicians and believe in each of our clients' capacities to have a life worth living.
We serve:
Temple, Texas 76502
(512) 270-6415

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