“The best way out is always through“
– Robert Frost
Counselors and Therapists for Marriage Problems, Kids, Teens, Adults, and Family Struggles, Anxiety and Depression Issues, Personality Disorders and Many Others
At Mid-South Professional Counseling, our multidisciplinary team is skilled in a range of therapeutic treatments.
Our therapists are licensed by the State of Tennessee at the highest level of proficiency in their respective fields. We offer appointments for crisis intervention on a daily basis.
Drug and Alcohol Counseling • Domestic Abuse Counseling • Marital Counseling and Couples Counseling • Self Esteem and Codependency Counseling
Individual and Group Counseling • Marriage and Family Counseling • LGBTQ+ Support and Counseling • Grief and Trauma Counseling
Mid-South Professional Counseling
Because research results are consistently clear that the quality of the relationship with your therapist is the greatest predictor of a positive outcome, Mid-South Professional Counseling’s therapists encourage ongoing feedback as to how you feel about the quality of your therapy and the therapy relationship. We pride ourselves in welcoming persons of all backgrounds, lifestyles, and belief systems.
At Mid-South Professional Counseling, we believe in keeping your sessions focused on your needs and goals, working with you based on your personal worldview and values. We understand it is difficult to take the first step in scheduling a therapy appointment, and we appreciate your confidence in taking that step with us.
*Humana is In-Network Insurance for IOP Only
Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program
Our mental health intensive outpatient program (IOP) provides treatment for people suffering from moderate to severe levels of depression and anxiety that are interfering with their daily functioning, such as work performance, relationships, health, etc. Many patients are feeling helpless, and have thought of suicide.
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