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Domestic Abuse Therapists in Chapel Hill

Talya Mazor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Please visit triangle-counseling.com for more information! Triangle Counseling, conveniently located off several major highways, provides individual and family therapy. Through an approachable and engaging style, my goal is to help clients develop effective skills in order to achieve greater success and satisfaction at home, school or work and in their relationships. As a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and licensed school social worker, I have worked as a helping professional with youth, families & adults in a variety of settings, which provides me with a strong skill set and therapeutic foundation to provide emotional wellness services.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 648-0561
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Meredith Macy Milke, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chapel Hill
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist serving the Chapel Hill, Durham and surrounding areas. I am passionate about relationships, delicious coffee, photography, balance & diversity. I have 14 years experience working with adolescents and families. My work includes a bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach. We will explore your relationships, environment, recent life events and stressors to gain perspective of how you are affected emotionally, physically and spiritually. I am able to integrate my clinical and theological perspectives in our work if that is something you desire.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 809-6566
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Ellen Gray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“You want more out of life. Your relationships are stale, unfulfilling or toxic. You have a vision of yourself, but cannot behave yourself into that vision. Or, you have recurrent distressing thoughts that plague and distract you from the tasks and rewards of life. You are sad, scared or worried about your past and future. Releasing your potential requires a set of technologies to liberate you from all these human dilemmas. Luckily, these tools exist--now more than ever before. I combine the contributions of neuroscience, energy psychology and Eastern metaphysical thought into a supportive, gently directive and respectful practice.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 309-0593
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Jeanne Lemkau, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“Are you facing challenges related to loss or trauma? Are you navigating a life transition and feeling alone? Are you wanting support and perspective to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD? I believe that we all have the capacity to grow psychologically across the lifespan and I would like to assist you in finding the opportunities for growth in the situations you face. If you are considering psychotherapy, it is good to meet with several therapists.We are not all alike! Ask lots of questions, share what you are comfortable sharing, and see who feels like a good match.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 729-5309
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Kimberly M Kotov, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“I have over fifteen years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families facing many of life's challenges: age and cultural transitions; relationship issues; work, school, and creativity barriers; eating disorders; sexuality and sexual orientation; infertility; and parenting. I can help you explore and overcome barriers to feeling stuck, including mourning, anxiety, anger, and low motivation. I have worked in university settings, private hospitals, and private practice. Having lived abroad for years (UK, France, Russia), I also have a deep respect for the meaning of cultural identity for all of us.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 636-6411
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
David K Donlon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I meet with adults for both individual therapy and marital/couple therapy. I see therapy as a way to: -----Become more aware of yourself and your interactions with the world; -----Say what can't be said elsewhere; -----Have company when you shine a light into the darker corners of your life; -----Update anachronistic self-concepts; -----Develop perspective on the trajectory of your life; -----Experience being accepted; -----Maybe develop some new coping tricks. For those familiar with the language, my approach can perhaps be characterized as psychodynamically informed humanistic therapy. Please go to www.daviddonlon.com for more information
Domestic Abuse
(919) 429-7447
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Celia Irvine, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“I relocated to North Carolina two years ago after living in New York and working for the NYPD for 12 years. While there, I conducted evaluations and provided treatment for people from all walks of life and who suffered a variety of symptoms and personal life issues. My training is in depth-psychology, and my focus is on the healing relationship. I work holistically; incorporating ideas from philosophy, eastern and western spiritual traditions, and various psychological theories depending on the client's particular needs.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 648-0429
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Kevin McCrae Shepard, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“Finding the essence of who we are in the midst of this confusingly human experience is exceedingly important, but so often disrupted by the many changes, losses, tragedies, and struggles we face along the way. In these times it becomes difficult remembering joy and celebration in life, much less, being able to imagine that such a life can ever exist again that allows you the full expression of who you are. And yet, often there is a glimmer, some place inside from which you long for life to mean something beautiful again.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 816-2408
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Susanne Kaiser, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“I began a search over 20 years ago that allowed me to experience healing in ways that honor the entire human being -not just the mind. My approach is one that honors each client's strengths and path towards wholeness. I empower clients towards their own self-healing. My work is integrative - utilizing mindfulness and inviting the soul/spirit, mind & body to drive the process of therapy. I specialize in non-pathologizing therapies. I strive to create an atmosphere of safety first and foremost. I feel that spirituality is an integral part of the healing process.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 429-7061
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Steevie Jane Parks, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“Do you dream of having a more satisfying, creative and more authentically meaningful life? I can help you to take the necessary steps to make this dream become your new reality. I've been working in the field of mental health since 1975 and have been in private practice as a Psychologist since 1988. I have recently aded 'Creativity Coaching' to my practice. I currently work mainly with Adults and Adolescents who need support and encouragement to overcome both inner and outer obstacles to living in a manner that reflects their deepest goals and desires. Please see my websites for more detail.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 729-5302
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
After An Affair Recovery, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“I have been working successfully with couples and individuals for 20 years on a variety of topics including depression, relationship issues, and specializing in the areas of communication, extramarital affairs, online infidelity, couples conflict resolution, and divorce prevention.
Domestic Abuse
(252) 392-0707
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Kate Gotelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“To mindfully awaken is to become aware or conscious in the here and now while incorporating all of our experiences before this moment in time. This practice of living courageously, authentically, with non-judgmental awareness while embracing our worthiness, helps us live a fuller life. Specializing in psychotherapy with adults and couples, my approach is influenced by attachment theory, mindfulness-based therapies, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, CBT, and The Daring Way(tm) (based on the research of Brené Brown). I use a body-awareness approach to guide clients in accessing their innate capacity towards self-regulation & healing,
Domestic Abuse
(919) 267-3618
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
David Rademacher, Psychological Associate  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, LPC, NCP
“My practice over the past 20 years has allowed me to gain experience around a variety of mental health issues. My graduate training focused on integrating Eastern spirituality and Western psychology, and the study of Buddhism has greatly informed my work. I have significant experience working with trauma and anxiety issues, and utilize a cognitive behavioral approach as well as a psychodynamic orientation. I also enjoy working with couples, families and teenagers. I see therapy as a collaborative partnership and a rewarding process of self discovery. Psychological evaluations and testing are also part of my practice and are available upon request.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 234-5120
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Chapel Hill Art Therapy-Uli Schempp, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“Art therapy offers a unique path to access and express dreamlike or diffuse mental images representing emotional memories that often are non-linear and therefore difficult to express verbally. The imagery then becomes the subject of contemplation and discussion with the art therapist and will add to the client's understanding of what motivates her/his behavior and emotions. In addition, art making is a soothing and meditative process and helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression while working through sometimes difficult issues.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 762-0318
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been a Psychotherapist since 1993. I believe therapy is about empowering individuals, couples, and families to resolve their unique issues by gaining a better understanding of themselves, others and their current situations. I also work with individuals to identify underlying issues that efffect one's sense of self and unsatisfying relationships. Goals for many of my clients include identity development, increasing self-esteem, experiencing more meaningful relationships, gaining a stronger understanding of themselves, finding a sense of fulfillment and meaning in life, and resolving longstanding issues that keep them from achieving their desires and goals.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 439-6498
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Vann Joines, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“My experience is that the psychological symptoms we experience in the present are the ways we have tried to protect ourselves from the experience of the early trauma that we went through in childhood, and that by clearing the early trauma, we can release the symptoms in the present. My approach is to help clients identify and resolve the early trauma so they can have a joyous life in the present.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 300-7807
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Laurie J Pahel, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“Imagine entering a space that's private, comfortable, and nurturing where you can express your innermost thoughts and feelings. Once there, we will work together to gradually transform your struggles and hopelessness into an expanded sense of freedom and opportunity. My years of compassionate private practice experience and intensive psychoanalytic training are the tools I use to help you discuss what makes you feel ashamed, afraid, fearful, sad, anxious, or confused. Discussing your dreams, fantasies, fears, and things you thought you could never tell anyone will assist us in breaking the emotional chains that bind you.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 969-9500
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Eileen Cleary, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“As a therapist my strength lies in creating a therapeutic relationship, which encourages transformation through enhanced awareness of self and others. My approach in therapy is experiential in nature. As we access emotional and somatic states where our beliefs are formed and stored; we can then release traumas and re-pattern beliefs and habits. Traumas and emotional experience are held in the body and often inaccessible through talking. So it is only by way of the body that we can achieve true and lasting healing. Through the integration of imagery, hypnosis and somatic focusing deep states of consciousness are accessed and healing is facilitated.
Domestic Abuse
(252) 293-6299
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Rachael Lark Davies-ludlow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS-A
“Professionally, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My specialties include issues of abuse/trauma, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief and spiritual issues involving women, adolescents, families, and individuals. I also have a heart for integrating faith in the counseling process, working with clients in crisis, and seeing clients understand their true identities and thrive in their current life situations. My goal, through counseling is to provide a safe environment for individuals, allowing them to identify with themselves and reach maximum potential through changing their thoughts and behaviors. My work experience includes time at Carolina Outreach, providing assessments and counseling.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 374-3049
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Lysle E Betts, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“"This is a new life. I am a different, stronger me. I have my joy, my spirit back." Recently I heard these words from a client, and was reminded that the opportunity to assist someone on their growth journey is a great honor. I view someone's choice to do therapy as an act of courage that deserves profound respect. Finding a therapist you feel comfort with & confidence in is an important process. If you are considering therapy, I would be happy to meet with you so you can evaluate whether I might be a good fit for you.
Domestic Abuse
(919) 299-0062
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in Chapel Hill or for Chapel Hill domestic abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse Therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with child abuse in Chapel Hill, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in Chapel Hill. A Therapist can identify the signs and causes of Chapel Hill domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Chapel Hill have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Chapel Hill you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Chapel Hill and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Chapel Hill or family therapy in Chapel Hill.