Body & Soul Counseling

Business Address: 225 South Meramec # 432
St. Louis, MO 63105
Saint Louis County
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Business Contact: Ms. Gladys Smith
Owner
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Veteran Owned Business | Navy, Reserves | Member since February 8th, 2012

Body and Soul Counseling offers a wide variety of services. We do individual therapy, group therapy or family counseling. We are experienced in a variety of treatment s to include Cognitive behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Substance Abuse/Addictions counseling. We specalize in depression and anxiety and PTSD.

We are also supervisors in addictions counseling for the state of Missouri and mental health.

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