Hendersonville, Tennessee Therapists

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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...
Krystal Fortney
LPC-MHSP 4
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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...
Garren Carter
LPC-MHSP 4
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Gallatin, Tennessee

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Tennessee

Garren is the Clinical Director of Waypoint Therapy Solutions. He provides leadership to one of the premier private practices in the Nashville area. Garren has more than 20 years of clinical experience working with adults, adolescence and families...
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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...
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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...
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Nashville, Tennessee

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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...
Dakota Lawrence
LPC-MHSP 4
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Brentwood, Tennessee

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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....
Rebecca Bailey
LPC-MHSP 4, MA
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Hendersonville, Tennessee

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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...
Holli Quinn
LPC-MHSP 4
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Hendersonville, Tennessee

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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...
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Nashville, Tennessee

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Tennessee

Growing up in Atlanta, GA. I attended The Lovett School and completed my BS. in Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University. After receiving my M.A. in Counseling at Denver Seminary, I completed my certification as a School...
April Tyson
LPC-MHSP 4
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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

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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...
Glynn Griggs
LPC 172
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Nashville, Tennessee

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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...
Lane Newton
LPC-MHSP 4
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Oak Hill, Tennessee

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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,...
Leah Newman
LPC-MHSP 4, MS
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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...

An Overview of Mental Health in Hendersonville, Tennessee

While most of the world is familiar with Nashville, Tennessee, few have heard of nearby Hendersonville, even though it’s home to some of country music’s rich and famous. Built around Old Hickory Lake in Sumner County, the city draws those who love water sports such as skiing and boating. In fact, the outdoors is a big part of life in Hendersonville off the water as well. Two well-equipped parks, Drake’s Creek and Veterans, offer plenty of room for sports, running and walking, playground time, and picnics. In addition to all this, the proximity to all that Nashville offers has made Hendersonville a fast-growing community.

With a population of 55,153 people as of 2014, Hendersonville has maintained the feel of a small southern town, even as close as it is to a major city. The population is predominantly White (84.9 percent), followed by Black (7.4 percent) and Hispanic (3.6 percent). The estimated median household income was $65,152 in 2016, significantly higher than the state figure of $48,547. Home values are higher than average as well; the estimated median value of homes and condos in 2016 was $240,442 as compared to $157,700 for the state. Most households (70.8 percent) are made up of families.

Though the city is wealthy by Tennessee standards, the cost of living index in Hendersonville is still lower than average for the United States, 89.7 as compared to 100. Another perk to living in this town is the low crime rate. In 2016, law enforcement reported 103.9 incidents per 100,000 in the population, which is less than half the rate for the United States (280.5). The weather also appeals to many people. Though summers can be very humid, winters are mild with very little snow or ice.

Community Health Needs of Hendersonville, Tennessee

Not surprising given the community’s focus on staying active, Hendersonville ranks fourth out of Tennessee’s 95 counties on the residents’ overall health. However, that doesn’t mean the people living in Hendersonville don’t have any health-related challenges. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s County Health Rankings for 2018, residents of Sumner County reported 4.5 days of poor mental health over the previous 30 days, which was equal to the figure for the state as a whole. Twelve percent of the residents reported frequent mental distress.

Family Mental Health Needs in Hendersonville, Tennessee

Marital and family discord are some of the primary issues that lead Hendersonville residents to seek mental health services. Sumner County recorded 747 divorces in 2017 for a divorce rate of 4.1 per 1,000 people in the population. A U.S. News & World Report article from January 2016 called “Minding the Kids in Divorce: Minimizing the Mental Health Impact” points out that while children may be more resilient through a family split than previously thought, professional help for them as well as the adults involved is absolutely critical.

Mental Health Resources in Hendersonville, Tennessee

Cumberland Mental Health Services, governed by Volunteer Behavioral Health, maintains a presence in Hendersonville providing services to treat a variety of needs.

  • Addiction
  • Crisis response
  • Psychiatric medication management
  • Case management
  • Service for those transitioning out of incarceration
  • Psychological evaluations

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health has established a mechanism to assist those who are indigent and/or have no insurance. The program is called the Behavioral Health Safety Net of Tennessee (BHSN of TN), and it is administered by Volunteer Behavioral Health in the Hendersonville area. To qualify, you must be a resident of Tennessee and the United States (or other qualified alien status) with a qualifying mental health diagnosis and a household income at or below 100 percent of the federal poverty level. Consumers can access assessments, interventions, rehabilitative services, case management, and more.

Finding the Help You Need in Hendersonville, Tennessee

If your family is experiencing trauma that calls for assistance from a mental health professional, you can find it as close as your computer keyboard. E-Counseling.com offers an anonymous online directory that includes a list of local providers with photos, qualifications, and personal statements as to how the counselor or therapist approaches the therapeutic relationship. With all of this information, you can make the best decision possible when choosing a professional to help you and your family through difficult times.