Our mental health directory is a comprehensive resource designed to connect individuals seeking mental health support with top-rated professionals in the Hot Springs area.

This directory includes both male and female therapists who specialize in various areas of mental health such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and more.

Each listing provides detailed information about the therapist’s qualifications, areas of expertise, and therapeutic approach.

We understand that comfort and convenience are paramount when it comes to mental health care, which is why we’ve included options for both online and in-person therapy.

Whether you’re looking for individual counseling, couple’s therapy, family counseling, or specialized mental health services, our directory offers a wide range of options.

Our goal is to make the process of finding the right mental health professional as easy and stress-free as possible, so you can focus on what truly matters – your journey towards better mental health.

Therapist/Counselors in Hot Springs, Arkansas

Mary Catherine Liscinski, LPC
320; Ouachita Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901, United States
Website: www.lifewalkpc.com Phone: 501-547-1347

Provider Service Category:

Anxiety or Fears; Career Counseling; Child or Adolescent Issues; Christian Counseling; Depression; Forgiveness; Self Esteem; Stress

Common Reasons to Attend Counseling in Hot Springs

People seek counseling for a wide range of issues. Here are 20 of the most common concerns that prompt individuals to contact a therapist:

  1. Anxiety and stress management
  2. Depression
  3. Relationship issues, including marital troubles
  4. Adjustment or transition to new life stages or circumstances
  5. Alcohol or other substance abuse
  6. Anger management
  7. Behavioral or mood disorders
  8. Day-to-day stress
  9. Phobias
  10. Harmful habits or compulsive behaviors
  11. Post-traumatic stress disorder
  12. Grief and loss
  13. Self-esteem and self-confidence issues
  14. Career or job-related stress
  15. Family conflicts
  16. Eating disorders
  17. Coping with chronic illness or disability
  18. Feelings of loneliness or isolation
  19. Difficulty adjusting to college
  20. General personal growth and self-awareness

Each individual’s reasons for seeking therapy can be unique and multifaceted. The above list is not exhaustive but provides an overview of the diverse issues therapists can help address.

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