Creve Coeur Counseling Associates
Creve Coeur  Counseling   Associates

Creve Coeur Counseling Associates
10176 Corporate Square Drive

Suite 100-S
Saint Louis, MO 63132

 

Email: info@cccastl.com



Phone: (314) 991-0100

Fax: (314) 991-0100

 

Or use our contact form.

Meet the Co-Owners of Creve Coeur Counseling Associates, LLC

M.Ed., LPC ; co-owner

Nancy Golden

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I provide talk centered therapy in an informal and friendly environment. I take
your concerns very seriously and am willing to follow you and be with you at
times that are challenging and difficult. Read more...

MA, LPC; co-owner

Krista Kellerman

I currently supervise PLPC's for licensure.

Meet Our Therapists

Therapists at CCCA act independently and are not acting as employees, agents, or representatives of Creve Coeur Counseling Associates, LLC.

Ph.D., LCSW

Joan L. Benz

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Psychotherapy is not so much about changing people, but rather helping people navigate through their thoughts, problems, struggles, and emotions to arrive at their own solutions. If change happens, it will be a result of this process of self-discovery. A therapist is the objective vehicle through which this discovery, healing process takes place. Read more...

MA, CIT

Elyse Nathanson

Sometimes we need to ask for help navigating the many transitions and challenges life brings our way.  I would like to help you work through these difficult periods in your life in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.  Let’s work together to find new solutions that feel right for you.  I offer day and evening appointments.

(314) 384-9404

MA, LPC

Lacey Burch

Are you seeking relief from depression, anxiety, frustrations in relationships, low self esteem? I view therapy as a means of transformation and an opportunity for growth. My goal is to provide a safe and supportive setting where you can explore your deepest questions and to help you find ways to become more confident and comfortable in the world.

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MA, PLPC

David Barton

I am committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and nonjudgmental environment where your well-being and personal growth are my priority. After empathically listening as you identify, explore, and gain deeper understanding of the issues you are facing, we will work together to establish manageable goals that can help you better utilize your internal strengths and external resources while creating meaningful, positive changes in your life.

counselordavidbarton@gmail.com

314.DAV.ID45  

(314) 328-4345

MA, LPC

Kelli Manoogian

Life can be stressful. Counseling offers an opportunity to work through issues and stressors and move towards a more satisfying and functional lifestyle. At Better Days Counseling, you will find a safe and welcoming place to explore and work through the challenges you are facing. Through an eclectic approach to counseling, I utilize several disciplines based upon your personal needs and presenting issues.

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M.Ed., MA, PLPC

Kris Lewis

Individual & Family Therapist

(314) 991-0100 x: 747

You matter. As a therapist, it is my job to get to know and understand you.  At our first meeting, I will ask what brings you to therapy. I will be listening for how I can help you.  As we contine, we will collaborate in setting goals to work through concerns you are experiencing. Together, we will notice signs of positive change in your life. Read more...

MSW, LCSW

Laura DiLeo Elliott

(314) 991-0100      x: 703

I have a passion for providing therapy to both individuals and families. I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I individualize treatment for each client, with goals being client-based and client-centered. I help clients address a wide variety of concerns, including anxiety and depression, attachment-based issues, trauma, family conflict, parenting skills, and social/relationship problems.

MA, CIT

Carol Oliver

314.991.0100 x:720

Not every practical decision boils down to a right or wrong choice.  Life’s a journey and our choices are based on the preference of arriving at a given destination. ” Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. “Thomas A. Edison.   I’m extending my assistance to help you find “your” right choice.

Ph.D., LCSW, Clinical fellow, AAMFT

Marti Ledyard

Relationships have always been important to me. Because of this, I have focused my practice on family and marital therapy. How do our relationships connect so that we work as a system? Out of that, how can we gently enhance the workings of this system?

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MA, LPC

Sara Farrell

Challenging times and unforeseen life deviations happen. Relationships struggle and sometimes end. Hurt, stress, grief, depression and anxiety are often a result. Counseling is a powerful benefit to help you navigate your journey to reach healing and growth. You do not have to walk through it alone. I can help you to understand your situation, cope, and move through life productively. Read more...

Barbara Edelman

(314) 991-0100 x: 719

I provide therapy in a caring, nonjudgmental environment.  If you are feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, or are having relationship concerns, I would be happy to work with you to achieve a happier and healthier life.  I work with people to overcome past issues, develop coping skills, learn relaxation techniques, and develop better self-care.  I would like to help you find new hope for personal change. 
 

MA, CIT

Shawna Pierce

My counseling philosophy is pretty basic.  Through a joint counseling relationship, we will work to meet your needs.  Personally, I feel like you, the client, are the expert on your own life.  You know all of the troubles and experiences you have been through.  You understand best how it has affected your life and brought you to your current life situation.

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M.Ed, MSJ, PLPC, NCC

Michelle Roberts

(314) 991-0100 x 710

Have you been harmed in a relationship with someone who has a low-empathy disorder (narcissism, anti-social personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, sociopathy or psychopathy)? Few therapists have the specialized training to recognize and treat survivors of this type of abuse, who often struggle with "aftermath" symptoms It may not feel like it now, but recovery is possible.

 

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MA, CAMS-1

Amethyst Roberson

(314) 991-0100 x: 725

I serve individuals, couples, families and groups.  My mission is to promote hope, empowerment, healing & recovery when working with you. I would love the opportunity to support you as you do the work needed to find healing and restoration. My style is motivational and I love watching my client's regain hope, get inspired and achieve personal growth.  

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