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Therapists in Charlotte

Angela S Redlak-Olcese, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Dr. Redlak-Olcese's therapeutic approach is collaborative, structured, directive,and active. It goes beyond traditional "talk-therapy." Specific techniques and concepts are taught during each session and specific next steps are identified for you to practice at home. We work together on becoming experts of your patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving so you can make real changes and learn new ways of reacting and responding to life challenges. You will learn how to think and behave in ways to obtain what you want. I don't tell you what to do -- rather, teach you how to do it.
(704) 271-1148
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Vivian M. Peralta-Mesa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Counseling can help you understand your relationships at a deeper level & increase intimacy & trust. I am bilingual & provide therapy in English / Spanish. Children do better in school, home & out in the community when parents communicate effectively with each other & agree on how to respond to their children's negative behavior. Sometimes we just get stuck, have too many stressors & don't know how to move forward, even though we want to & wish for it everyday. Counseling can help you become more resilient in coping & embraces life not as a problem to be solved, but an experiment to be lived.
(704) 445-7629
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Jane L Marcus, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Having been a Clinical Psychologist in the Carolinas for the past 20 years, I am familiar with the changes that have occurred in our area. I have been working with adolescents and their challenges as well as helping our adult population resolve problems such as emotional distress, relationship issues, and work stresses. My special interests include working with those suffering from anxiety/depressive mood; eating disorders and sexual abuse; loss of a job or loved one; separation or divorce; health; and relationship challenges with family members, in friendships, or in the workplace.
(704) 313-5510
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Marty McDaniel Brownlow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, MSW
“Helping clients - adults and teens, individuals and couples - IDENTIFY what is getting in the way of being who they want to be be and what can be done to BE who they REALLY want to be. I work with individuals on issues of depression, anxiety , weight management, grief, teen issues, parenting issues, women's issues and with couples, family or peers on relationship issues.
(704) 751-1612
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
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
Robert MacCaughelty, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Apply your energy to actions that create humanity in yourself and others. Bob MacCaughelty is a psychologist and marriage and family therapist in private practice since 1980. His undergraduate work was at Duke. His Masterís degree is from Lone Mountain College. He has a PhD. in clinical psychology from the Fielding Institute. His research interests are in the field of psychological stress. Dr. MacCaugheltyís psychological perspective follows a biological-psychological-social developmental model respecting spiritual/existential matters and cultural circumstances. His basic assumption is that change is possible. His goal is to help people be satisfied with the
(828) 202-3101
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
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
Kasandra Wheeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“Do you work or live in the area? Come see me on your lunch break or afterwork. Convenient day and late evening appointments available.
(704) 504-7991
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Shirley Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is a commonly used and highly effective resource to help you get through life's problems. Whether you're having problems related to stress, depression, parenting, relationships...therapy can help. Therapy is a process in which we explore, acknowledge, and address patterns of behavior, thoughts, and feelings that interfere with your life. Together, we can find ways that you can enjoy life again.
(704) 269-5753
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Clear Creek Counseling of Charlotte, Counselor  in Charlotte
“My practice focuses primarily on helping individuals, families with teens, and couples. Counseling individuals often involves supporting those suffering from grief, stress, depression,and anxiety by providing an emphathetic ear, feedback & coping skills while helping each person address underlying issues. Families with teens seek help in supporting their teen in school or home with practical steps, while improving the bond between teen and parent. Finally, couples grow when provided a safe place to discuss problems and practice new ways respond with a skilled therapist. Only by practicing these new insights can patterns be challenged and change take hold.
(980) 522-8938
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Rulondo T. Anderson Sr., LLC and Associates, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Rulondo T. Anderson Sr., LLC and Associates is a private counseling agency in Charlotte, North Carolina. We offer a variety of therapeutic services to aid individuals and families through their most difficult and challenging times. We have taken the unique approach of providing services in the outpatient clinic unless the client's home or school is more appropriate. Individual, couple, and family therapy is available for children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing emotional and behavioral problems. Through therapeutic services, the individual will receive emotional support, work to resolve conflicts with people, understand feelings and problems, and try out new solutions.
(704) 702-0903
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Mary Lou Albano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CEAP
“Discovering a vital resource is a big step to a better life. The choice for personal development begins with finding a professional counselor or coach with whom you have rapport and can build trust.
(704) 322-4768
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
The Stone Center For Counseling & Leadership, Counselor  in Charlotte
“The Stone Center For Counseling & Leadership is a private practice dedicated to providing professional counseling, consulting & coaching services. We provide services for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. We offer our "4Kids Sake Parenting Programs" which are designed to support you as you face the various challenges of raising healthy children. We also provide Trainings, Seminars, Workshops and Consultation Services related to Leadership, Self-Growth & Development, Family Life Issues (including parenting, marriage and other family related issues) to organizations and Corporations. Our trainings and workshops assist individuals to be more productive in both their work and home life.
(704) 209-7442
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Antoinette Souffrant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“I work with teenagers and adults who are interested in addressing life stressors such as family problems, addictions, relationship issues, divorce, bereavement and trauma related issues. I have over twenty three years of experience in helping individuals reach healthy solutions to their complex problems.
(704) 240-5145
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Mary Tota-Faucette, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have worked for Presbyterian Hospital in an outpatient clinic for nearly 20 years. There I see a variety of outpatients who have difficulties with depression, anxiety and marital/couples issues. I also help patients with chronic medical issues cope better and manage stress more effectively. I coordinate the Novant Health Pain Rehabilitation Program which helps patients effectively cope, manage and reduce chronic pain due to a variety of medical problems, including fibromyalgia, back pain, headaches/migraines and other types of chronic pain. My general therapeutic approach is cognitive-behavioral. Finally, I do pre-surgical screens for bariatric and SCS patients.
(704) 684-4989
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Traci Withrow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My mission is to provide culturally sensitive mental health services using research-based interventions in order to help individuals and families reach their optimal level of functioning. Areas of specialization: Trauma/PTSD, Physical/sexual abuse, Grief/loss, Depression/anxiety, Infant mental health/attachment, Parent-child relationship issues/parenting support.
(704) 754-9996
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
Dionysios Kakouras, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
“Do you feel stuck? Reaching out for help may seem frightening, but is a sign of strength. My role as a therapist is to help you rediscover yourself or the parts of you that you've lost. The therapy room is a good place to sift through negative thoughts and disturbing emotions. I believe in the interpersonal process of therapy, the value of the therapeutic relationship, and in working with an individual on a holistic basis, to help him or her alleviate stress and regain a sense of personal freedom.
(704) 209-7445
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Nedra Glover Tawwab, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you going through a difficult time in life or having a challenging period in your relationship? Life presents us with many challenges that we are not always equipped to handle. These challenges are not moments that identify our weaknesses. Instead, they present opportunities for us to become stronger as a result of overcoming them. I can help you grow through difficult times in your life.
(704) 680-6414
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Breta M Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“From a strengths-based perspective, I work with couples and individuals who are navigating change and experiencing life-stage transitions. Positive transitions, such as getting married, are supported with premarital therapy. More difficult transitions, such as disconnection from spouse, marital dissatisfaction, infidelity, mid-life discontent, families with teens, and parents who have children transitioning to college are supported within a collaborative relationship using research-based therapy which works to create more intimate connection, foster better communication, and allow for greater life satisfaction.
(704) 276-6626
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Jill Hensdale Shipp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“A new season can be the perfect time to address the issues you've been putting off. Job loss/change, marital stresses, parent child conflicts, a recent death - having an objective listener can help you process these stressors more effectively. By examining your past and current relationships, you can have a better understanding of yourself and can actively choose your life's direction. My experience with individuals and couples around the issues of grief and loss, infertility/pregnancy loss and family of origin/family system dynamics enhances my ability to address these and other issues with you.
(704) 665-0378
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
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