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Gay Issues Therapists in Charlotte

Jocie Sweeney, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Throughout my clinical work, I have found that one of the most difficult steps in therapy is scheduling and attending the first appointment. My aim is to reward that courage by collaboratively working with clients towards reaching their goals. My method is an individualized approach and is couched within a cognitive behavioral and interpersonal framework. I was trained as a generalist in clinical health psychology working with a wide array of issues ranging from stress management and life transitions to more severe concerns.
Gay Issues
(980) 734-3347
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Derrick Johnson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LPCA, LCASA, NCC
“My practice serves adults and adolescents and focuses on those seeking assistance with substance abuse and dependence, LGBTQ issues, divorce, grief and loss, trauma/crisis as well as overall life development transitions. But, you may be asking, "how could you possibly understand me?" Great question, and after years of self searching and development I too found myself at the crossroad of change and sought therapy, that is life. Regardless the issue, you can work through it and I am here to help you.
Gay Issues
(980) 222-0099
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
Jonathan Anslow, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“An ideal client to me would be someone who yearns for understanding, who may crave social interaction, but is not quite sure how to go about it. Someone who is developing their identity and consolidating their sense of self. Someone who wants more out of life but is not sure how to get it - who feels lost and plagued with self-doubt. Someone who is not sure why they engage in the same self-defeating behaviors over and over. I am open to working with a diversity of clients who represent various sexual, ethnic, gender, age, and class distinctions.
Gay Issues
(704) 750-8092
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Stephanie L Washington, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Congratulations for taking strides toward health and happiness! Choosing to start therapy can be a difficult choice. I look forward to exploring your needs and how we can work together to create a happier and healthier you. My goal is to help each person I work with reach greater satisfaction with the overall quality of their life and attain the personal tools needed to strengthen intimate relationships. I view mental health similarly to physical health: when there's an injury or illness, seeking professional intervention, guidance and support can improve overall wellness.
Gay Issues
(252) 772-9717
Charlotte, North Carolina 28216
Aleida Heinz,   in Charlotte
“SEXUALITY & RELATIONSHIPS. Sexual Desire, Intercourse, Rapid Ejaculation and any other Sexual issue. Intimacy, Communication, Connection and any other Relationship issue. I am a Board Certified Sexologist & Couple Counselor. Espaņol & English. Private practice in Charlotte or by SKYPE. Come and join me in any of my programs for individuals or couples with unsolved problems. I have developed effective programs to help people to create the relationships they want. I have been working with women, men and couples from different cultures, styles and orientations for about 15 years. Feel free to Call me , I will be happy to answer your questions.
Gay Issues
(803) 334-3469
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Diane L Payne, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Are you stressed, anxious, depressed, plagued by self-doubt,problematic relationships, or simply feeling that something is missing in your life? Are you stuck in a self-defeating cycle that you can't seem to break? I believe that every person has the right and the potential to live a happy fulfilling life- a life with meaning and purpose, vitality, and positive relationships. If you are not, I invite you to contact me to explore the possibility of working together to help you move towards the life you truly want.
Gay Issues
(704) 750-8269
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Cami Lee Savage, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Hi there! I respect that the therapeutic process is unique to each individual and is a cooperative relationship. In consideration of this, I utilize a variety of approaches with an underlying warm, person-centered approach. Throughout my approaches, I believe that it is through the courageous exploration of the self that patterns and belief systems may be understood and challenged for a more fulfilling quality of life. In addition, I also have a background in expressive arts therapy (such as therapeutic journaling, collaging, visual art), which assists when words may yet be insufficient. This approach is optional.
Gay Issues
(704) 869-2561
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Nicole Saunders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Come to terms with the past & change your life for the better.
Gay Issues
(704) 233-3371
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Katie Rubin, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I lend my skills, presence, curiosity and hope to those I work with as they learn to listen, explore, and ultimately understand their emotions, thoughts and behaviors in a more compassionate and productive way. I believe this deeper work, one in which a real relationship to one's self is discovered, is ultimately healing and lasting.
Gay Issues
(704) 966-7216
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Michelle Blankenship, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Taking that first step and reaching out for help is the hardest part of the therapy process. Doing this for yourself is an important step in a healthy life. My main focus of practice is joining the mind and body together in the healthiest way possible in order to help you become your best self. I enjoy helping you explore the inner parts of you that have possibly lead you to become unfocused on your goals. Together we will explore what is holding you back, in a safe environment that is focused on your needs.
Gay Issues
(704) 550-3848
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Lauren D. Neal, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I have a special interest in facilitating adolescents and adults with: managing panic, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship concerns, physical well-being, educational guidance, career counseling, job stress, coping with change, drug and tobacco cessation. Together, we process what awaits in the wings of change: "who am I?" and "who will I become?" "Who can support my choice to change?" We will develop goals that guide our work together. You are the expert on you; I am the expert on techniques that get you where you need to be. Together we identify strategies that work best.
Gay Issues
(980) 404-2341
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Susan MacDonald Roddey, Pastoral Counselor  in Charlotte
“With over 15 years of experience, I provide a safe, nonjudgmental place where you can gain insight into your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. I am interested in your story and in helping you understand your history so that you may live more fully. Combining traditional talk therapy along with teaching practices such as mindfulness, I believe in an integrative model of wholeness that includes mind, body and spirit. You will find that I am open to and affirming of who you are and that I seek to support you in your unique journey, respecting your beliefs and values.
Gay Issues
(704) 209-7554
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Susan E. Funk, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“As a psychologist, I work collaboratively with individuals to help them explore what has led to current suffering and how to approach their suffering in ways that help to alleviate it. I consider myself a generalist in that I work with many different presenting issues from relationship difficulties to depressive and anxiety disorders. However, I have developed particular interest in working with trauma, adult survivors of childhood abuse, cancer issues, and spiritual concerns. I tend to take an integrative approach to my work which draws heavily on interpersonal, psychodynamic and mindfulness -based cognitive therapy models.
Gay Issues
(704) 859-5633
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Holly Savoy, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 14 years experience helping adolescents and adults with a wide range of emotional and life issues. I have helped clients to resolve problems; cope with life transitions, stress, and change; and gain self-awareness and acceptance in achieving personal goals. I have special interest in working with relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, lesbian, gay, bisexual, issues, gender-variant and transgender issues, eating disorders, weight management, and school/ work-life balance issues.
Gay Issues
(704) 362-4041
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Kay F Reed, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am committed to a collaborative approach in counseling young children to adults in using strength-based, solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapies to instill confidence and to empower individuals to overcome psychosocial issues. I help others to focus on positive changes in life events and provide a successful path. My therapy is child and family centered. I can also help with single parenting issues.
Gay Issues
(980) 365-8200 x231
Charlotte, North Carolina 28213
Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“No two therapeutic journeys are alike. They reflect the unique interactions of the individuals involved in the process. Therapist and patient enter into a relationship through which, when things go well, "more" becomes possible: more life, more love, more play, more feelings, more thought, more choice, more reflection. Specializing in work with adult survivors of childhood & adolescent sexual abuse, I combine psychodynamic, developmental, and trauma perspectives. The past can truly become past and the present freed to become reflective of the genuine talents, hopes, yearnings of the person with whom I journey.
Gay Issues
(704) 315-5019 x12
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Amy Leary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS
“My practice focuses on individual therapy with adults and adolescents. With compassionate, nonjudgmental listening, I provide a supportive space where you can safely explore areas for healing and growth. Together, we clarify your current experience and what you would like to see happen as a result of therapy. Relief, insight, courage? You may want to overcome or cope with difficult emotions, restore hope and confidence, repair or build relationships, create healthier patterns, or establish and maintain recovery. Therapy works. Through a therapeutic relationship over time, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, and with compassionate awareness, experience meaningful growth.
Gay Issues
(704) 312-0583
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Sarah Philbeck, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Many of us desire a sense of calm, connection, and well-being. Yet life circumstances and even parts of ourselves can prevent us from having these experiences in our day to day lives. Providing a safe and non-judgmental place to explore your struggles and emotional pain is essential to my practice. I feel honored to support those who desire to grow and heal.
Gay Issues
(704) 802-9945
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
David J. Wheeler, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a clinical psychologist who specializes treating anger management, relationships conflicts, depression, and anxiety. I also help with divorce transitions, personal coaching, workplace conflicts, and identity development. I work exclusively with adults and primarily rely upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I have found that this approach effectively treats a wide variety of common problems and disorders. I work with people to help them manage their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in more effective ways. I offer support and guidance in a nonjudgmental and practical manner. I also administer psychological testing for bariatric surgery, ADHD, and intelligence.
Gay Issues
(704) 303-8261
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Meg Houlihan, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am available to work with clients who are experiencing depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, relationship discord, effects of chronic medical conditions and chronic stress, fertility/adoption issues and career/life direction questions. I take a practical, skills-based approach, collaborating with clients to incorporate information from past and present toward more effective functioning. My outlook is holistic, attending to the physical and spiritual/meaning realms as well as the cognitive, emotional and behavioral ones. I have a warm and friendly manner and I enjoy working with people as they identify and achieve their goals.
Gay Issues
(704) 461-0292
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
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