Many of the providers have a short bio available – to review click the providers name highlighted in red.


Dr. Gregory Goldman
7110 Oakland, Suite 105
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
PHONE: (314) 884-8075

Specialties include: LGBTQIA+, experiences of marginalization, interpersonal/relational difficulties, anxiety.


Kenneth McCain, Licensed Professional Counselor
4390 Lindell Blvd,
St. Louis MO 63108
PHONE: (314) 956-0547

Specialties include: Men’s Health Issues, Women’s Health Issues, Relationship Issues, Adjustment Disorders, Anxiety and Depression.


Dr. Sharon Lightfoot
4231 Laclede Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
PHONE: (314) 289-9981

Specialties include: Coping with stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, sleep disorders, relationship concerns and substance abuse.


Alicia Cunningham, Licensed Professional Counselor
8420 Delmar Ave, Suite 300
St. Louis MO 63124
PHONE: (314) 301-9994

Specialties include: Addiction, life transitions, school issues, anxiety, coping skills, depression, life coaching, stress, mood disorders, Individuals and couples.


Dr. Liz Davis Goldman
7110 Oakland Ave, Suite 105
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
PHONE: (314) 884-0180

Specialties include: Substance use disorders (CBT-SUD, coping skills) PTSD or trauma history, including sexual trauma, combat trauma, childhood trauma, race-based stress and trauma, and any other kind of trauma (Cognitive Processing Therapy, coping skills, etc.) Depression, anxiety (CBT, mindfulness, relational, feminist therapy) LGBTQIA, particularly exploration of gender identity or sexual orientation; experiences of marginalization (Integrative, CBT, existential, feminist therapy)Relationship problems. Individual or couples therapy. (Couples therapy draws from the Gottman Method. Individual therapy is integrative, likely drawing from CBT, mindfulness, feminist therapy, relational therapy.)


Corliss Burton MSW, LCSW, NBHWC
Telehealth only, currently
4625 Lindell Blvd, suite 2130
PHONE (314) 529-1787, (314) 398-8062

Specialties include: working with depression, anxiety, stress management, managing life transitions, abuse/trauma interventions, and providing health coaching for overall wellness (NBHWC-health coach certified).


Dr. Tom Wagner
8000 Bonhomme, Suite 321
St Louis, MO 63105
PHONE: (314) 503-8080


Susan Hubbard, MSW
1750 Brentwood Blvd, Suite 501
St. Louis, MO 63144
PHONE: (314) 968-3839

Dr. Raymond Scott

4231 Laclede Ave
St Louis, MO 63108
PHONE: (314) 561-2958

Specialties include: anxiety and mood disorders, persons grappling with gender and/or sexual identity issues, or those adjusting to the many ways of being masculine. help related to the lived-experience of AIDS/HIV, sexual abuse and PTSD.


Sherie Kaplan, MSW
130 S. Bemiston Ave, Suite 704
St. Louis MO
PHONE: (314) 367-7470


Dr. Emily Carter
Telehealth – Only
PHONE: (312) 857-8545

Specialties include: anxiety, social anxiety, panic attack, stress, grief and loss, adjustment, Personal growth: life transition, cultural adjustment, self-confidence, self awareness, racial identity, coming out, Relationship: Platonic/Romantic relationships, work/lab dynamics, familial dynamics, marital and premarital psychotherapy
Academic: time management, procrastination, dissertation/thesis support

Ebony Therapy
3751 Pennridge Dr, Suite 119
Bridgeton, MO 63044
PHONE: (314) 443-7776

Specialties include: depression, anxiety, anger, stress, trauma and PTSD (complex , racial, childhood, domestic abuse, sexual trauma), women’s issues (prenatal, postpartum, reproductive health, infertility), personal growth (life transition, cultural adjustment, self-confidence, racial identity).


Huey Hawkins, PhD, MSW
7700 Clayton Rd, Suite 201
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
PHONE: (314) 882-6840

Specialties include: Men’s issues, Mood related issues (anxiety and depression), Identity distress issues (LGBTQI+ and racial identity), Cultural trauma, Complex trauma (childhood emotional abuse), Personal growth (life transition, self-confidence, procrastination).


Ingrid Smith, MSW, LCSW
2480 Executive Dr. Suite 111
St. Charles, MO 63303
PHONE: (314) 782-8884

Specialties include: trauma, substance abuse, stress, women’s/men’s issues, self-esteem, anxiety, and depression


Jeffrey Piper, MSW
130 S. Bemiston Ave, Suite 506
St. Louis, MO
PHONE: (314) 361-5983


Linda Lingli Zhang, PhD, MEd, NCC, PLPC
3460 Hampton
St. Louis, MO 63139
PHONE: (314) 669-6525

Specialties include: depression, anxiety, anger, stress, grief and loss, substance and behavioral addiction, Trauma and PTSD (trauma in general, sexual trauma in particular, traumatic grief, chronic illness, chronic pain, generational trauma, infertility), Personal growth (life transition, cultural adjustment, self-confidence, racial identity), Relationship (family, martial and premarital, peer).


Ebonee Lyle, MSW LCSW
4625 Lindell Blvd, Suite 200
St Louis MO 63108
PHONE: (314) 527-3168

Specialties include: Mood and emotion management: anxiety, depression, life transitions, stress, relationship dynamics (family, peer, intimate partner).


April Adams, LPC
Teletherapy -Only
PHONE: (314) 931-6015

Specialties include: trauma, depression, anxiety relationships and family of origin conflicts.


Aya Kawasaki, LCSW, MSW
3460 Hampton Ave, Suite 106
St Louis, MO 63139
PHONE (314) 445-5678

Specialties include: Depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, self-esteem, anger, grief and loss, trauma. adjustment, chronic illness, relationship, work/school stress, motivation, cultural issues, racial identity, LGBTQ+.


Joy Onukogu, LPC
Teletherapy -Only
PHONE: (314) 745-5178

Specialties include: family issues, depression, anxiety, postpartum depression and anxiety, anger management, grief and loss, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, crisis intervention, physical and sexual abuse, trauma, and working with adolescents.

If you are having thoughts of suicide or feel suicidal, call for help immediately. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 (800) 273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.

Life Crisis – St Louis: (314) 647-HELP (4357)

Text “help” to (314) 226-1147

Looking for a provider after graduation? An easy-to-use and convenient method for finding a therapist is the Psychology Today website.

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