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Therapists in Charlotte

Meghann Garrett, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you looking for a compassionate counselor for yourself or your child/adolescent? I know that making the first appointment can be difficult. I strive to help you or your child feel at ease while also working on the issues that brought you to counseling. I have successfully counseled adults, adolescents, children, and families in issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, trauma related symptoms from sexual/emotional/physical abuse, and issues related to adoption and attachment.
(803) 349-4163
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Beth Bennett-Hill, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I have been helping individuals and families through major life issues since 1982. Clients come to me with a variety of concerns: relationship issues, conflict, anxiety, panic, eating disorders, anger, depression, posttraumatic stress, step-family issues, and adult survivors of abuse and rape. I have a specialty in grief and loss. Grief is precipitated by many things in addition to death: divorce, military experiences, illness, children leaving home, caring for aging parents, relocating, job loss, retirement, infertility, and pet loss.
(704) 751-5071
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Jenny M Haines, Counselor  in Charlotte
“We all experience ups and downs in our life. Sometimes we have good friends or family members that we can talk to who help us get through the difficult times. Other times we may need more help than those friends or family members can provide. If you find yourself at such a point in life, then I would be happy to talk with you and explain my services. A professional counselor can help you identify the underlying issues and learn skills to promote healing and restoration of relationships. Taking care of yourself will impact all areas of your life.
(704) 659-0999
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Ryan Robert Adamczyk, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I work best with clients who are facing life changing situations. When these changes occur it often overwhelms the person. In response to these events, the individual may feel intense emotional responses such as: depression, anxiety and anger. The issues that may cause this can range from trauma in childhood to the acquisition of a disability. I use my therapeutic orientation and personal experience to help my clientele find constructive ways to engage these situations as well as ways to address the psychological distress that these situations cause.
(704) 208-4458
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Joseph Parisi, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience providing psychological services to individuals, couples, groups and families who are struggling with emotional disorders and problems in living. The majority of treatment I provide is short term and goal oriented with long-term therapy available for individuals who need and request such. I employ a variety of well-researched interventions to help people achieve the goals and changes they desire. Within this context I focus on creating an atmosphere of empathetic understanding, acceptance and genuineness. Client confidentiality is highly protected.
(704) 362-1555
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Andrea Miller, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you struggling to parent your child on a regular basis? Do you feel overwhelmed in parenting your child? Or do you have twins or triplets and need help navigating the parenting world of multiples? Let me help you! I can help with daily parenting struggles that you face and support your child in overcoming obstacles. Or are you feeling anxious, depressed, and struggling in relationships? I can help with this too! I also work with individuals and can help give you the support you need for healing and living a happier and healthier life
(980) 404-2055 x22
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Diane Gaskin, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have a Ph.D. in School Psychology and several years of experience working in various school systems, both in North Carolina and Delaware. I specialize in testing for admission to Kindergarten, as well as assessments for older children and adults. For children and adolescents, I provide psychoeducational evaluations to assess learning disabilities, giftedness, and intellectual disabilities. I also evaluate for entry into Talent Development programs and for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For adults, evaluations to assess deficits in working memory and short-term memory skills may be obtained.
(704) 628-1937
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Divorce Resiliency, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
“Are you considering a divorce or in the midst of one? Have you recently separated or divorced and find yourself having difficulty adjusting to the transition? Do you have children who are struggling? Are you part of a couple who has remarried or is planning to remarry and want to get it right this time? Divorce is one of life's most difficult transitions, but also presents an opportunity for tremendous personal growth and evolution.
(980) 292-3478
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Miriam Louise Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have provided clinical service in; residential, outpatient, partial hospitalization for adolescents and children, in-home services and private practice. I have served on several social service agency boards and have consulted with schools, hospitals, outpatient service agencies and individual clinicians. I have also presented workshops on cultural diversity and the clinical implications, and the clinical presence in the recovery community. I am currently on a variety of insurance, state and Employee Assistance Program panels. I recently joined Breakthrough and I provide online therapy for those of you who would be interested: http://robinson.breakthrough.com #sthash.RdcFe2aq.dpuf I
(704) 380-9005
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Amy Powell Jamieson, Counselor  in Charlotte
“My goal is to provide excellent clinical treatment - specialized for teens, tweens, young adults and their families. I have tailored my training and 15 years of professional experience to meet the needs of individuals in this unique age group. Often clients first come to see me because they are avoiding school; their parents report the child or teen gets headaches and/or stomach aches before going to bed and/or in the mornings before school and especially on Sunday evenings.
(704) 666-7035
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
Patricia Butler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LMFT
“I have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in North Carolina for over 25 years. I take seriously the trust that clients place in me when choosing to work with me in psychotherapy and as a result I create a safe, non-judgmental space where life's challenges can be examined and explored and where a sense of health and well being can be found or reestablished. My specialties include relationship/couples counseling, trauma resolution, and the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy using the spiritual framework of my clients.
(704) 897-6006
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Sarah Bernier Olin,   in Charlotte
“I have worked with lots of different amazing people, mainly women. Amazing women full of heart and wisdom and passion. Many are mothers, who tend to end up with very little for themselves at the end of the day. I'm interested in having a new conversation with mothers . . . Where they are energized by their families and careers. Where they have connection and passion in their relationships. And time. Yes, time. For themselves, whatever that looks like for them. Motherhood on purpose, from a place of pleasure and humor. For the love of it.
(917) 746-3566
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
The Crossroads Life Coaching, LLC,   in Charlotte
“Has a past experience left you feeling stuck and unable to reach your full potential? Events such as a tragic accident, military combat, loss of a loved one, bullying, domestic violence, divorce, childhood abuse and living with a parent diagnosed with a mental illness are all traumatic experiences that can cause stress and imbalance in your life. I specialize in helping children feel better about themselves; parents feel empowered with the skills to raise their children; and individuals feel connected and able to find new meaning in life free of anger, anxiety, and sadness.
(704) 276-6643
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Gabrielle A Rosenthal-Ayres, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I have been working in the mental health field for 19 years and received my Masters of Arts degree in Counseling in 2000. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and am a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate (LCAS-A). I have worked in a variety of settings and have experience in a wide range of ages and cultures. My counseling experience includes anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, addictions, anger management, ADHD, coping skills, crisis management, trauma and recovery, social skills training, and emotional distress from life events and changes.
(704) 869-2114
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Terri Watters, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I understand that entering therapy is a very difficult decision and one that you may have been thinking about for some time. My initial goal would be to make sure that working with me would be a good fit for you. I hope to provide you with a warm, kind, and genuine environment. Overcoming emotional distress, whether it is depression, anxiety, relationship problems, or grief can happen in a therapeutic environment. My goal in therapy is to help you through these difficult times, and give you the tools you need to cope with life's stressors.
(704) 750-9974
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Romy Cawood, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have been a practicing psychologist for over ten years. I work with adults who are struggling with issues related to their relationships, moods, health, work, family, emotions, stress, or other areas of their life. I work differently with each client, according to her or his unique style. Some people prefer more structure, some less; some are interested in exploratory, insight-oriented work, while others prefer a more problem-solving focus. With every client I use a collaborative, flexible approach.
(704) 444-0335
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As an integrated therapist my goal is to help you figure out how to use your own resliency and strength to move through a challenging time and into a new way of dealing with previous stressors or roadblocks. I truly believe that you are your own greatest resource and I look forward to assisting you in your personal growth.
(704) 209-9268
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Edith E Langley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA, SEP
“For 30 years I've worked with people in difficult relationships, with themselves and others. I help to develop deeper communication, creating more effective connection with yourself and others. Do you ever hear yourself asking? How did I get here? Sometimes we find ourselves in difficult relationships. Nothing we do helps. My background with personality issues, addictions and being a Marriage and Family therapist gives me the tools to see the bigger picture. I will provide tools that will give you more access to your physiology in order to face the challenges that create stress in your life.
(704) 527-0760
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Emily Cannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I view therapy as a collaborative process and strive to create an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance; which I feel creates the space for healing and growth. The variety of experiences I've had in my development as a therapist have provided me with the privilege of working with individuals from all walks of life. I value the unique experience of each individual and therefore tailor the counseling process and the models I draw from based on your personal needs.
(704) 802-9068
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Glenise (Lenny) Parrott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“I believe the relationship between client and therapist is the most important element in therapy. One of my strengths is my ability to connect with people and provide a safe environment to express feelings and address issues. I believe we all possess the ability to improve our lives, and I work from that perspective, focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses or pathology. I have a genuine interest in helping people and feel privileged to have the opportunity to do so. I specialize in addressing sexual health concerns and sex therapy problems with individuals and couples of all ages.
(704) 380-9194 x104
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210

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