Huntsville, Alabama Therapists

Find a therapist in Huntsville, Alabama  that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Huntsville to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

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Reese Jefferson
LPC-S, NCC, MAC, BC-TMH
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Hunstville, Alabama

I love what I do! I have been in the mental health field for over 15 years. I have a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and National Certified Counselor in private...
Gayla Lemley
LPC, MS, MA
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama, Arizona

Today you are one step closer to a New You where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution-focused Holistic therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is authentically...
In-Person Sessions:

Huntsville, Alabama

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

Struggling to stay happy in your marriage? I have been helping couples work through difficult issues for nearly 30 years. I will tell you what I think and give you the best effort possible to help you make positive changes in your marriage. I...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

Chari N. Herron is a mental health professional with 10 years of post-master’s experience working with adults and children in various settings. She attended Columbus State University in Columbus, GA where she received her Bachelor of Arts in...
In-Person Sessions:

Huntsville, Alabama

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

You’ve been to hell and back fighting for the life you want, but you’re also wondering why you attract people who mistreat and abuse you. Loneliness, rejection, low-self esteem and shame have taken their toll. So, you’re looking for a...
Choya Wise
LICSW-PIP
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

Choya Wise is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years’ experience in mental health. Over these years, he has thrived in helping clients believe in themselves and harness their capability to make life and relationships happen. Choya is...
Jennifer Johnson
LICSW-PIP, MSW
In-Person Sessions:

Huntsville, Alabama

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

Jennifer’s approach to therapy is interactive, warm and accepting. She tailors each treatment to the patient’s individual needs and uses a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, stress management, play therapy, inner child work, mood...
Brooke Nelson Murphy
ALC, CCTP, AAMRT, CAMRT
In-Person Sessions:

Madison, Alabama

I am a professional counselor at Vallis Mental Health offering individual, couples, family, and group counseling. I graduated from Athens State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry, and I incorporate my knowledge of...
In-Person Sessions:

Huntsville, Alabama

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Alabama

With over 10 years experience as a marriage and family therapist, I currently serve as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients in Huntsville, AL. I have experience working in residential treatment programs for addictions and...

Overview of Mental Health Resources in Hunstville, Alabama

Huntsville, Alabama is the seat of Madison County and is the fourth-largest city in the state with an estimated population of 194,057 as of 2016. The once sleepy farming town became an important epicenter for the Space Race during the 1960’s. Since that time, the city of Huntsville has been a major magnet for the aerospace industry as well as engineering research facilities- with the military and technology companies having the largest economic impact in the area. This Southern city has enjoyed a renaissance from the influx of high-tech companies that have moved into the region leading to an increase in cultural diversity. Huntsville, however, has not been immune to the growing issue of mental health concerns that plague the state of Alabama as a whole.

Concerning Trends

As with many other states across the country, Alabama is dealing with a growing prevalence of substance abuse. In 2016 there were 695 overdose deaths recorded in the state. In 2017, the number had grown to 788. This accounted for an increase of more than 13 percent. The widespread problem is a concern for residents of the state.

It is very possible that substance abuse problems are related to other mental health issues. Sometimes those that are suffering from other problems will attempt to self-medicate if they do not have the resources to help otherwise. In Alabama, about 145,000 adults aged 18 or older had serious thoughts of suicide– this accounts for 4 percent of adults.

If you have felt that you are suffering from some type of undue stress, depression or another condition that is interfering with your quality of life, you may want to consider seeking help. Reaching out for assistance is a good option, and we want to help you search for a Huntsville mental health professional or therapist. We can connect you with someone that can work around your schedule.

Recognizing that you need additional support from a professional does not always happen immediately. But when you are ready to search for the right therapist in the Huntsville area, we want to make the process as easy as possible for you. One suggestion that we have is that when you start your search, you begin by thinking about what your own unique needs are and what you hope to get out of the process. Looking at the listings of services available can be overwhelming, but if you know what to look for you’ll be better able to spot the things you need from a care provider and narrow down your selection.

Beginning with the Right Questions

Finding the right mental health professional begins with understanding your own specific needs and why you are seeking help. Having a clear idea of what you need out of the process will allow you to better identify who might be the right fit. Here are some of the questions you may want to ask yourself. Make a mental note or even jot down in writing the answers for future reference:

  • Can you describe what problems you are currently dealing with and how they are interfering with your ability to function in your everyday life?
  • What do you hope to get out of the therapeutic process?
  • Are you more comfortable speaking with a woman or a man about your personal issues?
  • What length of time are you willing to devote to the process?
  • Are you suffering from a condition that might best be addressed by a medical specialist (such as substance abuse or an eating disorder?)

This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it is a good place to start. You may have other important concerns that you want to talk about and you should make note of those. This question and answer session you have with yourself should help guide your search so that when you are ready to look at the listing of available providers you can decide if their approaches match up with what you need.

What Does Your Health Insurance Cover?

For most people, cost will play a significant role in their ability to access certain mental health services. We suggest reaching out to your health insurance provider to find out if they cover any portion of services. You may find that they have their own network of therapists or mental health professionals they work with exclusively. If you choose to see someone within the network this may end up saving you a significant amount of money out-of-pocket.

How E-Counseling.com Can Help You Connect with a Huntsville Mental Health Professional

In our directory, you can connect with Huntsville therapists and mental health professionals who offer a variety of services. We make the process of searching easier by listing their detailed bios and profiles all in one place, so you can compare their approaches. Once you have narrowed down your list to a few select professionals you can then reach out to them individually and ask additional questions. An initial conversation or phone call might help you find out if you have a natural rapport with them. After all, clear communication is crucial.

Finding someone who understands you and can help you navigate different challenges could greatly improve your quality of life.