Welcome to Psychotherapy Saint Louis
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Trusted source for St. Louis Therapists
The counselors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists of Psychotherapy Saint Louis cover the full range of psychotherapeutic services. They offer psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, relationship problems, trauma, eating disorders, workplace issues, grief, sexual problems, spiritual issues, stress, and life transitions.
In addition to therapy for adults (including individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, marital therapy, and art therapy), members provide services to children, offering remediation for those with poor academic achievement, attention-deficit hyper-activity disorder, and behavior problems. Since 1999, Psychotherapy Saint Louis members support confidentiality and choice in psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy Saint Louis is not a credentialing organization. Members submit proof of licensure and information about their practices. More information about licensure is available here.
What are the benifits of membership?
What you get with your membership
- Network with peers
- Your contact information listed on the “Find a Therapist”
- Euthymic Hours (Free continuing education for therapists)
- Professional listserv
- Peer Consultation for Business Group
To ask a question about joining Psychotherapy Saint Louis (PStL), to arrange a speaker from PStL to talk with your group, or to set up an interview for newspaper, radio, or TV, please fill out the form below or give us a call.
If you are seeking therapy services please contact each provider directly, found through our searchable Member Directory
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