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Morgan Bates

Nashville, Tennessee

Morgan Bates

MS in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Life can often be difficult and hard to navigate, but I believe that we all have the strength and resilience to grow and change, and live a more fulfilling life. Therapy is a challenging, yet warm process that entails self-reflection and honest conversation. It is important for me to create a space for you to feel comfortable, and open. My goals are to help you reach your goals in a supportive, empathetic, and compassionate space where you feel safe.

Nashville, Tennessee
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Yohana Temesghen

Nashville, Tennessee

Yohana Temesghen

MSW, University of Memphis
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy using emotions, thoughts and behaviors to improve mental health. I work with clients who experience anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma and various other issues. I accept any clients over the age of 18 with various insurance plans and also provide a sliding scale.

Nashville, Tennessee
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Mr. Dean Ross

Nashville, Tennessee

Mr. Dean Ross

MEd in Counselor Education, University of Mississippi. LPC-MHSP
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’ll work with you to build a different relationship with your thoughts and help you let go of the past. I’m here to help you explore anxiety, depression, trauma and their lasting effects on your life today. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness are the approaches I use to help you build a different way of looking at your life and empower yourself.

Nashville, Tennessee
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Dr. Hunter Stanfield

Nashville, Tennessee

Dr. Hunter Stanfield

PhD in Couple and Family Therapy, Kansas State University, MS in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Alabama
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Over the years, I’ve worked at an employee assistance program at a major university and hospital, a community mental health clinic, and a county jail. I’ve helped guys navigate depression, anger, anxiety, stress, and addiction, life transitions, and experiences of burnout in the corporate world and helping professions. Together, we figure out the best approach to get you unstuck and moving forward. If you’re on the fence about trying therapy for the first time, or about trying therapy again after a previous bad experience, I offer a free phone consultation to answer any questions before scheduling an appointment.

Nashville, Tennessee
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Alyssa Walden

Nashville, Tennessee

Alyssa Walden

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy, Lipscomb University
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am passionate about seeing lives and relationships restored. My hope is to invite clients into a safe space where we have the opportunity to honestly confront painful and uncomfortable issues. Through a collaborative process, integrating cognitive-behavioral, emotionally-focused, attachment-based, and trauma interventions, my clients and I work to find insight and develop skills that lead to healing.

Nashville, Tennessee
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Kirstin Lenane

Nashville, Tennessee

Kirstin Lenane

MS in Counseling, San Francisco State University. LPC-MHSP, Tennessee Board for Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marital and Family Therapists and Licensed Clinical Pastoral Therapists
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Relationships: recognizing what’s working for you and what’s isn’t
Anxiety/Depression/Self-Doubt: guiding your mind to help, not hinder you
Work Satisfaction: finding and doing the work that you are meant to do

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