Bartlett, Tennessee Therapists

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Kentucky, Tennessee

Struggling to cope with or find meaning in a loss, disappointment, or trauma? Or, perhaps you just want to become your best self and live your optimal life? I am a Licensed Psychologist with over 15 years of experience who offers teletherapy through...
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Tennessee, Arkansas

I'm interested in helping you find healing and a sense of empowerment as you strive to live life to its fullest potential. Together, we can get there. Do you need to improve your social or coping skills or boost your self-esteem? I can help with...
April Tyson
LPC-MHSP 4
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I am a native to Nashville. I've spent the last 13 yrs in the helping profession. I have worked with domestic violence, substance abuse, anger problems, assessments for courts and child protective services, and several years working with severe and...
Sarah Beacham
LMFT, MA
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Brentwood, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I use an integrative and systemic approach to meet each client where they are based upon their needs, goals and unique personalities. I recognize the body-mind-spirit connection and seek to foster a safe space for emotional expression and...
Melissa Russiano
LCSW, LISW, CDWF
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Pennsylvania, Tennessee

Melissa Russiano is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been in private practice for the last twelve years after a career in non-profit administration. She also works as a professor in the Master of Social Work program at Simmons University....
Rebecca Bailey
LPC-MHSP 4, MA
In-Person Sessions:

White House, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I am a friendly, empathetic, and encouraging mental health professional who utilizes a wide range of skills and techniques to help my clients achieve their goals. I have a master’s level education in mental health counseling and have received...
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Nashville, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I have been working for over 30 years helping my clients explore the barriers that keep them from living a more fulfilling life and lifestyle. We work together to understand how traumatic experiences may be blocking their progress toward a happier...
Holli Quinn
LPC-MHSP 4
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Hendersonville, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I graduated with my degree in Community Counseling in 2006 and have been employed as mental health counselor consistently since then! I became licensed in 2009 and opened my private practice in 2013. I now run a group therapy practice called The...
Kristin Money
LPC-MHSP 4, M.Ed., NCC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I have been a trauma therapist since 2014. I specialize in trauma, PTSD, CPTSD, traumatic grief and grief.
Glynn Griggs
LPC 172
In-Person Sessions:

Nashville, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I received my Masters Degree (M.Ed) in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University in 2002. I am licensed in the state of Tennessee as a Licensed Professional Counselor. In 2003 I became a certified Grief Counselor (CT, Certified in...
Patricia Maynard
LPC-MHSP 4, LPC-Supervisor 1
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I received my Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. I am currently licensed in the state of Tennessee as a Licensed Professional Counselor, with Mental Health Service Provider designation (LPC-MHSP). I am a...
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Portland, Tennessee

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Tennessee, Kentucky

You are struggling with life. Maybe you believe that you are "at fault." Perhaps your past is catching up to you and your relationships, work performance, or health are starting to suffer. You want more for your life. You want better! Your mind and...
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Knoxville, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

Hello everyone. I hope all is well. I have been I. The area since 1995. My passion is helping people.
Leah Newman
LPC-MHSP 4, MS
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

Leah Newman, LPC-MHSP, MEd, MS Specialties: Sexuality, Gender, & Alternative Spirituality Are you looking for an LGBT Counselor or coach in Tennessee? Or perhaps you are looking for someone who is comfortable and knowledgeable about alternative...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

You deserve to feel better! Hi, I’m Doug, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in private practice. Simply put, my goal is to help my clients feel better and get the most out of life. The way I see it, the decision to get counseling is a sign...
Lane Newton
LPC-MHSP 4
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Oak Hill, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

Lane Newton is a licensed professional counselor who provides counseling services to children, adolescents, and families in Nashville. She specializes in working with trauma and attachment. Lane has experience with clients in a variety of settings,...
Krystal Fortney
LPC-MHSP 4
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

Krystal Fortney is a licensed professional counselor with a designation in mental health for the state of Tennessee; she is a National Certified Counselor, and a Mandatory Pre-Screening Agent. Krystal received her Bachelor of Science degree in...
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Knoxville, Tennessee

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Tennessee

I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in Knoxville, Tennessee and the owner of Gypsy Soul Knox. I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, eating disorders, and child development. I work with a wide range of...
Dakota Lawrence
LPC-MHSP 4
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Brentwood, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

Hi, I’m Dakota. I’m passionate about helping adults and adolescents heal from the pain of their past and grow into lives that bring them joy and fulfillment. You may be dealing with chronic pain, depression, trauma, or just feel lost or stuck....
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

"We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to." - Brené Brown. I believe we have all been created for connection. Occasionally, it can be strained, damaged, or lost. Whether it is shame, loss, or disconnection, we all go through...
Jody C. Johnston
LPC-MHSP 4
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Johnson City, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

www.jcjcounseling.com Please go to my website to read reviews about the services I offer.
Shelley Spence
LPC-MHSP 4
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

I’m a Nationally-Certified Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in angry, challenging, and difficult children and teens. With over 15 years of experience in working with children and families, I provide online counseling and help...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

My clients find that I am slow to judge, open minded and eager to understand life from their perspective. My primary goal is to establish a trusting and respectful therapeutic relationship. From that foundation we move forward, together, to address...
Glyndora Condon
LPC 172, MS
In-Person Sessions:

Cleveland, Tennessee

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Tennessee

With a life of experiences, trauma, transitions in stages, losses, and multiple achievements, despite these issues; Each hardship has increased courage and perseverance. With skill sets of nurse assistance, the instruction of exercise and nutrition,...

Mental Health in Bartlett, Tennessee

Bartlett is a community located in the southwestern corner of Tennessee in Shelby County, northeast of Memphis. In its earliest days, Bartlett served as a way station along the stagecoach route, then later became a railroad depot. Today, the population of Bartlett is estimated at 59,000 people, and its claims to fame include the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center, as well as several historic houses.

Life in Bartlett, Tennessee

Bartlett is a prosperous city, especially compared with the rest of Shelby County and Tennessee as a whole. The yearly median household income at the state and county levels is approximately even at about $47,000, whereas the median household income for Bartlett is nearly twice that at $81,583. Median home values in Bartlett are higher than they are statewide as well: $182,962 compared with $157,700. There is also a very low poverty rate in Bartlett of 6.7%.

Bartlett is also a well-educated city. The percentage of adults who hold at least a high school diploma or at least a bachelor’s degree are 94.4 and 34.5, respectively, which are both higher than the national percentages.

One area in which Bartlett can be said to be lacking is racial and ethnic diversity. Over 70% of the population identify as white/Caucasian, while 20.4% identify as black/African American. The next most populous ethnic group in Bartlett is those who identify as Hispanic/Latino at 3.3%, followed by Asian Americans at 2.6%.

Mental illness can affect anyone, at any age. In the United States, one in five individuals over the age of 65 has a diagnosable mental disorder. In Tennessee alone, 4.4% of adults experience serious mental illness, 7% have depression, and 20% of adults experience mental illness in one form or another, ranging from mild to severe. The latter two statistics for Tennessee are higher than for the United States as a whole. 4% of adults in Tennessee have serious thoughts of suicide, and suicide ranks number ten among Tennessee’s leading causes of death.

When it comes to mental health concerns, perhaps the most vulnerable age group in Tennessee is adolescents. 10% of high school students in Tennessee, including 12% of girls and 7% of boys, reported at least one suicide attempt during the preceding year. Suicide is the number two leading cause of death among Tennessee residents aged 10 to 14. The percentage of Tennesseans aged 12 to 17 who reported a major depressive episode, defined as a period of symptoms of depression combined with a loss of pleasure and interest in normal activities lasting at least two weeks, was nearly 10%.

At the county level, residents of Shelby County participating in a study spanning from 2012 to 2014 ranked mental health number four on a list of the 18 health issues in the state that required the most attention. The percentage of Shelby County residents who had been diagnosed with a mental health condition by a physician was 7.3%.

Access to Mental Health Care in Bartlett

The ratio of Shelby County residents to mental health providers is 2,299 to 1. This is better than the statewide ratio of 3,470 to 1. At the city level, Bartlett’s ratio is not ideal, but it is better than either the state or county level at 819 to 1.

Research shows that, out of the individuals in Shelby County who need mental health services, 13% do not receive them, and they cite several different reasons besides access to services. Approximately one-third of the respondents, 29.9%, cited an inability to pay for services. Related to the cost of services 3.7% of respondents reported that health insurance does not cover any mental health treatment or counseling and 5.6% of respondents reported that insurance coverage would not pay enough of the cost.

Other reasons given for Shelby County residents not receiving mental health care include the following:

  • Treatment too far away/no transportation
  • Didn’t think treatment was needed or would help
  • No time for treatment
  • “Thought I could handle the problem without treatment”

Find a Counselor or Therapist in Bartlett

People report many reasons for not seeking help, including money and time concerns, personal perceptions, and societal pressures. However, mental illness is a medical condition, like heart disease or diabetes, that can be diagnosed and treated.