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I can help you lead a self-directed,
meaningful and joyful life.
Susan Gallucci, LICSW, Psychotherapist/Life Coach
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and have been licensed for over 23 years. I can help you to find a better balance, improve your mood, reduce stress, change self-defeating patterns, and feel better about your life. I offer safe and supportive counseling for people struggling with anxiety, depression, problems with relationships, or who are simply try
Therapist
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Freedom from Depression and Anxiety!
You Don't Have to Struggle Alone, I Can Help!
Linda Pevnick, LCSW
Have you had a series of relationships that have not worked out? It could be that you have a pattern of picking "losers". But, even figuring that is true may not help you choose differently the next time. When you have a pattern the only common denominator is you. Does that mean you are doing something wrong? Definitely not. It is not a question of doing things right
Counselor / Therapist
St. Louis, MO 63141
Hope and Healing for Today and Tomorrow!
Renee Gebhart, LCSW, MSW
Collaborative Marriage & Family Counseling
I help clients improve their relationships--their relationship with self, intimate partners, parents, siblings, coworkers, children, and friends. Many clients regard me as their own personal "relationship coach". Together we can identify appropriate coping strategies to utililize to improve your current relationship(s) and where appropriate we can work together to h
Clinical Social Worker / Therapist
St. Louis, MO 63141
A Specialist for Women and Teenage Girls.
Learning to think differently and feel good about yourself.
Anita D. Cohn, MSW, LCSW, NBCCH
Many variables contribute to anxiety and depression, such as sleep deprivation, improper eating habits including not only what we eat but when we eat. Also, physical health issues may contribute to anxiety and depression along with effecting the quality of relationships. It's very difficult to feel happiness and accomplish goals when we feel anxious or depressed.
Clinical Social Worker / Therapist
St. Louis, MO 63141