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Therapists in Charlotte

Stacy Brink, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“As a psychologist I offer thoughtful therapeutic services to adults, children, adolescents, and families who feel very unhappy or stuck in painful patterns that they cannot explain. Over the years, I have provided consultation, testing, and psychotherapy to children, adults, and families struggling with depression, anxiety, low self esteem, learning difficulties, behavior problems, relationship issues, unresolved grief, addiction, and a variety of other concerns. My therapeutic approach is warm, collaborative, and aimed at fostering resiliency, empathy, and self-awareness. I am a GLBTQ-affirming therapist and work with adults, children, and families from diverse racial, ethnic, class, and religious backgrounds.
(980) 272-5890
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker practicing for more than 20 years. I have an interest in working with adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress and relationship issues through individual, couples and family therapy. I draw from a range of approaches including cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic and psychoeducational therapy. I focus on a holistic approach integrating the mind/body/spirit connection and incorporating relaxation techniques, mindfulness meditation and guided imagery. The goal of my practice is to provide coping skills in changing behaviors that will empower individuals in cultivating a more satisfying lifestyle.
(704) 209-9969
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Leah Marone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, adults and families. I use a very person-centered, holistic approach in my practice. Gathering information about a client's lifestyle and self-care is a top priority of mine. I believe that there is a strong correlation between one's physical health and mental health. As a clinician, I strive to provide my clients with a safe environment that will facilitate growth, introspection, and peace. I am a firm believer that a happy life is a well balanced life.
(317) 653-6597
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Cynthia L. Busher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you looking for a good, seasoned therapist? I will bring warmth, caring, skills and a sense of humor to my sessions with you.
(704) 750-8292
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Melissa Mosca Fabeny, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Please Note: I will be out of the office from June 30th until October 30th, 2014 on maternity leave. I am passionate about providing a safe, nurturing and non-judgmental environment for all who come to see me. I value each person or family and provide care that is professional and compassionate. I find it a privilege to walk with those who are hurting or want to grow personally, spiritually or relationally. If you are seeking guidance and long lasting change, I encourage you to take the first step.
(704) 980-2723
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Mike Vaughn, Counselor  in Charlotte
“My practice is focused on treating sexual brokenness and addiction, trauma(relational, single event, PTSD) and marital issues, including infidelity. Many times, these three treatment areas are linked together and experience in all three leads to more comprehensive therapy. I have also worked with clients with many different presenting issues over 11 years of private practice. I feel like this experience helps me address the varied needs that my clients would like help with.
(704) 498-4152 x111
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Ashley Elsaesser, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Has your child or teen struggled to effectively cope with their feelings? Does your child struggle to remain focused in the classroom? My name is Ashley Elsaesser, as a experienced counselor, I can help your child develop the skills they need to be confident and successful. With over 5 years working in Elementary and Middle Schools, I understand how your child's feelings and challenges can impact their families, friends and their education. I have successfully treated ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Behavioral Disorders, Autism and several other diagnoses that impact children and adolescent's lives on a day to day basis.
(980) 201-2582
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
Jayme E Yodice, Psychological Associate  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, LPA, HSP-PA
“---Some evening and Saturday appointments now available--- I am a licensed mental health therapist with over a decade of experience providing therapy and psychological testing services to clients of all ages. With a degree in Health Psychology, I have a passion for helping others understand the link between mental and physical health and work towards improving and enhancing their overall functioning. I work with clients towards discovering ways to cope with anxiety, depression, and improve relationships.
(704) 869-2407
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Iliana Stavans, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I am dedicated to helping you cope and overcome life's challenges, family and relationship conflict, unfulfilling situations that make you feel stuck and traumatic circumstances that often result in suffering, stress, anxiety and depression. Throughout the counseling process, I will help you identify effective ways to deal with your problems, while increasing self-awareness, self-acceptance and gaining insight on ways to effect change. I believe that psychotherapy should provide clients with the tools necessary to help them improve their ability to work through different life situations. I stress the importance of people being active agents in their change process.
(704) 675-7841
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Sherry Lyerly-Tarner, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Therapy is a healing process, and it takes strength to seek help with the issues often brought to counseling. I believe healing involves looking at the "whole" person, and it is important to me to provide a safe environment for my clients where they can explore their challenges without judgment, and share with honesty and openness. I work with children, adolescents, teens and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues, family/parenting stress & concerns, and life transitions, such as divorce. I enjoy working with clients who are open to a collaborative therapeutic process with me.
(980) 404-2348
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Natasha Pemberton-Todd, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I equip women and children with creative strategies for effective living. I am a North Carolina licensed professional counselor supervisor (LPCS) as well as a training and performance improvement specialist with extensive experience in group facilitation. My passion for equipping others in a creative manner also undergirds my strong commitment to cultivate effective clinicians through clinical supervision and clinical mentoring.
(704) 413-6813
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Jessica Craig, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you or your child experiencing stress, anxiety or relationship issues? Maybe you are simply tired of being unhappy and confused. Counseling or Life Coaching may be the answer for you. Stress and anxiety are common periodically throughout life, yet going untreated can cause pain and resentment. No one wants to feel that way. Life is short. Live it to the fullest, and start today. I offer appointments at my private practice, as well as ONLINE appointments at a reduced rate. Visit my website for a personalized message from myself.
(704) 307-4901
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Ann Smolin, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“People typically come to see me because they are either in crisis or they desire to have a greater understanding of themselves. During a crisis, you may suffer from depressed mood, hopelessness, anxiety/panic, and irritability. Our first goal is to reduce these symptoms. These symptoms can also be informative - a signal to address things in your life and yourself, likely things you have known about for a while, but have been avoiding. This is the second goal: after putting out the fires, we will examine how you arrived at this place in your life.
(704) 603-6269
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Susan Rousey, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I have been in counseling for many years. I started as a school counselor working with elementary and middle school students. After earning my Ph.D in Counseling and Counselor Education in 2010, I worked in an agency setting before opening my own practice in 2012.Currently, I see clients of all ages for issues including anger, anxiety, grief/loss, marriage, depression, parenting, OCD, AD/HD, and others. I work well with kids from 10-18, and get consistently positive results with this age group. I also help with women's issues, marriage difficulties, change of life stages, and welcome diversity in all forms.
(704) 666-4049
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Kimberly Reese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Therapy" can be an intimidating and unsettling concept. The thought of sitting down and speaking with someone you don't know about your life, stressors, and struggles can not only be uncomfortable, but frightening or even humiliating. This can be even more uncomfortable for concerned parents and caregivers seeking support and help for their children. As a person with fears and stressors of my own, I can understand these concerns, and as a therapist I seek to partner with my clients to work together towards relief and solutions during life's challenges. I value this opportunity.
(704) 550-4196
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Stacey Ward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a LCSW who has been providing therapy services for nine years. I am committed to providing a safe and supportive environment that promotes healing and will encourage personal growth, self empowerment and self-fulfillment.
(980) 272-4929
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Elizabeth A.R. Long, Psychological Associate  in Charlotte
“CEP Evaluations specializes in Career, Educational, and Psychological Evaluations. Our clients are children, adolescents, adults, schools, agencies, and businesses who seek information to solve problems and better lives. The evaluations are conducted on-site, at our offices, or via the internet depending on the battery that is selected. We have a staff of ten psychologists who specialize in a variety of areas. Career Evaluations provide guidance based on interests, ability, and values for coaching, career changes, and pre-employment screening. Better personnel selection and promotion is cost effective; increases moral, quality and productivity; and reduces supervisory problems, absenteeism, and turnover.
(704) 240-5258
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Sarah (Sally) M Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an outpatient therapist in Charlotte, NC specializing in adoption and the treatment of trauma related attachment issues. I am keenly versed in the psychological issues and unique social challenges these children present. Adoptive families are often frustrated and sometimes frightened by their children's behaviors. I can help. My education includes over 800 hours of training in trauma related attachment issues. I am actively involved with raising awareness of issues related to adoption locally and at the state level by offering and facilitating workshops for adoptive/foster parents, social workers and community advocates.
(704) 215-4598
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Kara A Konrad, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Hello! I enjoy working with a variety of clients, from children to families and adults. I have found that I work particularly well with individuals who have suffered trauma and its after affects. Many times these individuals are part of a family or a couple, who also need assistance in dealing with the trauma.
(704) 684-4990
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Wise Minds Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“The Wise Minds team at Southeast Psych is dedicated to working with individuals and families in group and individual therapy to help our clients overcome their struggles with interpersonal relationships, negative thoughts and feelings about themselves, and teach the skills necessary to cope with the stress and hardship that can come with life. We provide groups for adolescents, teens, and adults and offer ongoing workshops and talks for the public, schools, clients, and other professionals. Our team is made up of licensed doctoral level psychologists with decades worth of combined experience.
(704) 666-4093
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
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