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Therapists in Cary

Rachel Ford, Psychological Associate  in Cary
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MS, EdS, LPA
“Everyone encounters challenges in their life that may feel overwhelming. Seeking the help of a therapist during these times is a sign of strength, as it suggests the willingness to address problems rather than avoid them. I offer solution-focused tools that you can use in the real world. Using a CBT/psychodynamic approach, I will help you identify goals and acquire the understanding and empowerment you need to experience positive change in your life and in your relationships.
(919) 616-4026
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Gina LaFrazza, Psychologist  in Cary
Psychologist, PsyD
“I provide therapy and assessment for individuals of all ages. Clients describe my style as empathic, accepting, and genuine. I believe firmly in the resilience of people and have seen my clients make significant gains even in the shortest of treatments. I have an enduring respect for my clients and I feel continually honored to share in their stories. I use an integrative approach and I have experience working with depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, sexual assault and other interpersonal trauma, women's issues, grief/loss, divorce, low self-esteem, eating/weight issues, and various life transitions.
(919) 267-2475
Cary, North Carolina 27518
“Honoring those who have served! I am a licensed clinical social worker with a strong back ground in treating military and veteran issues. As a fellow combat veteran, I understand the difficulties of military life and the transition in and out of uniform and combat.
(919) 300-7863
Cary, North Carolina 27511
“My therapy style is best described as an evidence-based brief therapy approach that is reflective of my personality. I am a direct, pragmatic, spiritual person who subscribes to the idea that our thoughts drive our reality. I do not believe in dispensing "'you need to"' advice. It is my role to help you identify the themes that are weighing you down and to offer learning strategies toward a "change of mind" and "change in your reality".
(919) 648-0451
Cary, North Carolina 27518
Peter Summers, Psychologist  in Cary
“My practice is dedicated to helping clients achieve and sustain healthy minds, bodies, relationships and lifestyles; and to take charge of their health, happiness and success. I emphasize a collaborative, individualized, goal-oriented and evidence-based approach tailored to each client's needs, values and circumstances.
(919) 617-5142
Cary, North Carolina 27513
Tara L. Connors, Counselor  in Cary
“Children and families of today are faced with many problems. I became a counselor because I want to help and be a support to those in need. I have over ten years of experience in a variety of counseling settings and offer a safe and comfortable environment for sharing these life struggles. Together we will work on solutions that will lead to a more positive, productive and enjoyable future! Although you can't always change a situation, you can change the way you think about it and work on ways to make things better and brighter!
(919) 680-1671
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Deborah R. Orkiszewski, Pastoral Counselor  in Cary
“My primary work is with women and children who have experienced trauma. I use psychoanalytic psychodynamic modalities of therapy in addition to play therapy and sandplay therapy. I view my office as a safe, soothing environment where my clients can relax, know they are safe and gently work through their problems. I work with women clients that are struggling with depression, domestic violence, sexual abuse in childhood, rape, divorce either due to domestic violence or other causes. I love working with children! I address their concerns around the divorce, sexual abuse, domestic abuse, adjustment to school, behavior problems & more.
(919) 229-8992
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Jeff Randall, Psychologist  in Cary
“Most of us need help, at one time or another in our lives, and asking for help is not always easy. However, it is important to realize our own limitations and allow yourself to feel better. Mental health is a vital part of overall well-being, and its impact on our life should not be underestimated.
(919) 813-7308
Cary, North Carolina 27518
Rose Reif, Counselor  in Cary
“I provide home and community based therapy to people with developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities in and around the Triangle region of North Carolina. My practice focuses on serving this population exclusively, and so I am very skilled and experienced with modifying traditional therapeutic techniques to make them accessible to people with disabilities, so that my clients derive true benefit from therapy. My clients are usually seeking counseling to manage depression or anxiety, to prepare for upcoming transitions, or to achieve specific medical or health goals, and I am grateful to be able to support them in these times.
(919) 634-6642
Cary, North Carolina 27513
Pamela Mecca Seymour, Counselor  in Cary
“**Now accepting new adult clients for early afternoon appointment times.*** I focus on helping people cope with all types of ADHD. Treatment goals include addressing broad emotional issues related to living with ADHD down to specific issues such as how to organize a notebook. Special emphasis is placed on success and contentment with school. Children are often more successful coping with ADHD when they understand how their own particular brain works, what their strengths are, and how they can combine those two to come up with their own solutions.
(919) 374-4291
Cary, North Carolina 27519
Hall Family Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cary
“Welcome to the beginning of a new life with your family. Hall Family Therapy treats you to marriage and family therapy that is friendly, research driven, and oriented to address specific problems that your family is facing. Hope from despair is what I can offer you, and relief from addictions and unhealthy process. With open hours from 7am - 10 pm and Saturdays on request, my goal is for you get in and out of counseling with a new vision of hope for the future. Trained in Level 1 Gottman marriage and family therapy.
(919) 794-3113
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Ruth Echols Amos, Counselor  in Cary
“I am a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman's College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and I received my Master's degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University. Prior to going into private practice in 2006, I worked for non-profit agencies providing grief and loss counseling for children, teens, and families in individual and group counseling settings. In 2012, I completed the required coursework to receive the Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor credential and currently offer clinical supervision to those who are working toward their LPC licensure.
(919) 267-2490
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Greg Hill, Counselor  in Cary
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, CSAT
“I specialize in working with sexual addiciton and the spouses of sexual addicts. I also work with individuals, couples, and families and address many issues such as anxiety, depression, communication, grief, and parenting. My goal is to provide you with the necessary skills and tools that will assist you in reaching your goals. I have completed advanced level training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
(919) 457-9281
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Michele J Denker, Psychiatrist  in Cary
“I am a Medical Doctor, Board Certified in Psychiatry with 20 years experience evaluating and treating patients with anxiety, depression and stress related problems with psychotherapy and medication ( if needed) . My expertise is in working with issues concerning interpersonal relationships, identity and professional life. I offer a therapy style that is non-judgmental, compassionate and interactive, in an office setting that is relaxed and strictly confidential. I am also a trained Forensic Psychiatrist and consult with attorneys in all matters pertaining to Psychiatry and the Law. My professional background includes a Medical Degree from SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine;
(919) 429-7806
Cary, North Carolina 27513
Adam Mathews, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cary
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPC
“The relationship you have with your counselor is a very personal one and is vital to bringing about the change you want in your life. I view the counseling relationship as a process of mutual respect and trust, where we work collaboratively together to meet those goals. I focus on expanding the strengths and resources you have and getting results quickly, all in a comfortable and inviting home-like setting.
(318) 491-7182
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Melissa Penwell, Counselor  in Cary
“I earned my Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1998 and have been practicing counseling in North Carolina for the past seven years. I am a licensed professional counselor who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I utilize a variety of therapy theories including Cognitive Behavioral, Client-Centered, Solution-Focused, Adlerian, and Family Systems depending on the individual, family or presenting issues. I believe my education and experience will guide me in assisting you in reaching your personal and/or professional goals. Please contact me today to schedule your initial appointment.
(919) 344-0945
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Erin Garcia, Counselor  in Cary
“I believe that change is part of our journey in life and at times the journey can be difficult and challenging. Therapy can be the stepping stone that can help you explore the changes that are needed and to guide you on the path you are trying to travel.
(919) 328-3331
Cary, North Carolina 27518
Brandy Templeton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cary
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My training and experience make me a good fit for both adolescents and adults seeking services for anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders; grief and loss; adjustment disorders; anger management; co-dependent behavior; substance abuse and recovery; relational concerns; and a variety of personal growth issues that may draw an individual, couple or family to counseling. I have provided services to children, adolescents, and their families in a school based setting, to adults in an inpatient facility, to professionals in recovery, college students, military, and employees seeking therapy for professional and personal matters through an employee assistance program.
(919) 809-6667
Cary, North Carolina 27511
“Are you feeling like your life needs a change but you are not sure where to start? It seems, as life becomes more complex, more and more people are suffering from the devastating effects of stress, depression and anxiety and can benefit from the support and insight that therapy provides. I am a NC Licensed Psychologist working clinically with a wide range of ages and issues. I've previously worked in both day treatment and outpatient treatment with children and adults, focusing on adjustment difficulties, relationship problems, childhood abuse and maladaptive coping.
(919) 429-8751
Cary, North Carolina 27513
Tina M Winemiller, Counselor  in Cary
“I practice with the belief that that therapy can be a rich and vital exploration into understanding the deepest parts of our selves: the parts we like and the parts we wish to change. We all have unconscious patterns that can get in the way of living the life we want. These patterns can manifest as anxiety, depression, phobias, physical illness or pain, addiction, even rage. These symptoms can affect relationships, work, self esteem, creativity, and sexuality. Change is possible when these patterns can be expressed and understood in an open, and accepting space.
(937) 964-7240
Cary, North Carolina 27511

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