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Therapists in Greensboro

Celeste Hope Nettles, Counselor  in Greensboro
“We can work together to find solutions to improve your life and increase your functioning. I can help you to gain skills to manage your moods, decrease worry and to feel more in control.
(336) 793-2797
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Charlotte B Miller, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Reaching out to others and asking for help can be hard to do. Stress and anxiety change your thoughts and feelings often times making you feel irritable, anxious and depressed. You can reduce your stress and increase your self-esteem by challenging the negative thoughts, and negative self talk that you maintain. I believe strongly in the benefits of helping others understand the connections between their thoughts,feelings and emotions and can help you develop the coping skills to manage your day-to day- struggles with stress.
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
John Poag, Psychologist  in Greensboro
“A person coming to see me may be experiencing a significant life change such as a separation or divorce, a move, a career change, the deployment of their significant other, family problems, issues involving their child's behaviors or legal trouble, or problems in relationships with their spouse or partner. Others may seek psychotherapy to help themselves grow, deal with anger, or overcome patterns of behaviors or ways of being with others that don't work any more. Some people seek psychotherapy because someone close to them insisted they call me. I enjoy working with all of these presenting concerns.
(336) 270-9959
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Dr. Nannette S. Funderburk, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Life struggles may sometimes prevent us from fully being our true selves, interfering with the hopes, dreams and wishes we have for our lives. When the weight of relationship stress, emotional discomfort, loss, life transitions, etc. leaves you feeling unbalanced or unfulfilled, you do not have to carry it alone. It is my sincerest desire to carry it with you offering a process of emotional healing, exploration and self-discovery. As we journey towards a restored sense of balance and harmony, I encourage you through your process until you feel secure, connected and can experience peace.
(336) 285-7173
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Jack Register, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
“Since receiving my degree I have worked in settings where clients with medical conditions like cancer, HIV/AIDS, kidney failure, addiction, and/or co-occurring mental illness have been present. I have years of experience in working with adolescents and adults who struggle with active or family history of addiction and mental illness. I have facilitated groups for families and active addicts as well. I believe in a recovery model of care and can incorporate the 12 step model into care.
(336) 899-8022
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Christien Harden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA, LCASA
“Life isn't always easy but, it should not always be a struggle. I offer a wide range of therapeutic techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy as well as Motivational Interviewing to assist individuals throughout the therapeutic process. My area focus while attending graduate school at East Carolina University, was the LGBT community and Substance Abuse. I feel that both populations are frequently undeserved and are marginalized by society. It is my wish to assist the LGBT community as well as those struggling with Substance Abuse issues by providing an experienced, caring atmosphere to grow and heal.
(336) 791-2505
Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
Kathryn Beam Troxler, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Are you yearning for deeper engagement and meaning in your life? For a warm, safe, nurturing environment in which to explore your needs and goals? Whether you are in transition and looking for guidance, experiencing relationship problems, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, or just feel stuck, I welcome you into a collaborative relationship that honors your uniqueness, develops your creativity and resilience and helps you reach your goals. Hypnotherapy is an added dimension that can shortens overall treatment time. if you choose to use it Please check my website:for more information: www.transformationalcounselingand hypnotherapy.com
(336) 949-6075 x1
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Summer Dey Estes, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Compassion and Connection are my gifts and passion. I agree with the clinical researcher Brene Brown PhD who believed having connection with others is core to being human and without it humans suffer. I desire to offer compassion, increase self-awareness, and deepen connection with oneself. I believe when we can relate with ourselves in a more kind and compassionate way then we will be able to connect with others in a similar way. I believe these "ingredients" provide the fertile soil in the Transformation process. This is my desire for my clients in the counseling or coaching/consulting setting.
(336) 793-3642
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Lylan Wingfield, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I view our counseling relationship like a team with you as the captain leading us. I use approaches tailored to each individual while building on their inherent strengths to address their concerns and reach their goals. I have helped people overcome grief and loss, transition to new phases in their lives, and learn to manage depression and anxieties. I have also helped those struggling with substance use and addiction.
(336) 397-4082
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Dennis L. McKnight, Psychologist  in Greensboro
“Psychologists Dennis L. McKnight, Ph.D. and Erik Nelson, M.A., have a combined 30+ years of experience as Cognitive-Behavior Therapy specialists. State of the art treatments are utilized for the treatment of Mood Disorders: including Depression; Dysthymia; Bipolar I and II and Cyclotymia. Anxiety Disorders: including Panic Disorder; Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Generalized Anxiety; Social Anxiety; PTSD; and Phobias. ADHD: Evaluation and Treatment for individuals and families. Also Stressful Life Situations; Marital Therapy and Relationship Counseling; Personal Growth; Self-Esteem Issues; Anger Issues; Family Therapy; Codependency; and Blended Family Counseling.
(336) 923-7767
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Thea Vondracek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPCS, LMFT
“I provide counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults; individuals, families, and couples; and marriage enrichment and parenting education and support. Christian-based counseling services are available. I encourage self-sufficiency and personal strength. I promote purpose, intentionality, and kindness. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues that span from therapy for depression and anxiety to parenting support, couples counseling, and play therapy for children. I offer a personalize approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs to help attain personal growth.
(336) 289-9965
Greensboro, North Carolina 27455
Libby Inman, Counselor  in Greensboro
“When you are looking for a therapist, you want to know that the therapist wants to understand your circumstances and cares to help you through whatever you're experiencing. The most important thing to me, in therapy, is building a relationship of trust. If trust is there, hope for change is possible. I can assure you that I will be caring, professional, and diligent in helping you find a way through your particular circumstances. I believe that the therapeutic relationship can make even the most difficult circumstances more tolerable and, thus, more hopeful.
(336) 397-4431
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Mary Seymour, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I want to learn about your struggles, strengths, and hopes. You may be experiencing relationship issues or facing a big life change. You may have a diagnosis that helps you understand your symptoms but makes you feel labeled. Let's look at what's working--and not working--in your life and figure out where to go from here. Let's examine formative experiences and deep-seated, recurring patterns, changing behaviors and thoughts that get in the way of your progress. Let's roll up our sleeves and work together, keeping Carl Jung's words in mind: "The only way out is through it."
(336) 645-3540
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Cristina Noyola, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I believe every individual has the capacity for growth and increased self-knowledge and, with guidance in a supportive environment, can lead clients to achieve their full potential in their own journey of self-discovery. Together we can create meaningful and long-lasting change of emotional and physical wellness. If you are looking for the true compassion that comes from non-judgement and acceptance, to help you learn valuable life skills that can help you through some difficult and challenging times, I would be honored to work with you.
(336) 939-0958
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Leslie E Kausch, Counselor  in Greensboro
“My goal is to help you to discover your resources and to find and use your power to take a more active stance in your life. I work with adults and young women on relationship issues, power dynamics, conflict resolution, and issues around confidence, anxiety, or general 'stuckness', dealing with these concerns as women. I also work with mother/daughter pairs to help them build a stronger relationship, even as they grow individually.
(336) 617-9438
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
John L Holt, Counselor  in Greensboro
“What brings people to counseling? A sense that something's not right. The desire to stop feeling sad, depressed, worried or angry. And the desire to explore issues with an objective listener who has no other agenda than to help do what's right for you. I believe my clients are capable, competent individuals who come to me because life's circumstances have challenged their current ways of coping. My goal is to assist my clients in feeling better as quickly and efficiently as possible, and to help them develop enhanced life skills and gain a better understanding of themselves.
(336) 540-9400
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Carolina Castanos, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Do you feel worried or sad due to how you relate with a loved one? Do you feel distant to those you love? Has communication become impossible? I can help you change this situation and move towards your goals. I offer various services to meet your particular needs: -Individual, couple, and family therapy sessions to make profound changes, understand issues underlying and maintaining your current problem, and change the established relational patterns. -An intensive session for couples in crisis. -Workshops to improve skills as communication, conflict resolution, and stress management. I will guide you through your journey of change.
(336) 310-6637
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Tree of Life Counseling, PLLC, Treatment Facility  in Greensboro
“Tree of Life Counseling is private practice committed to quality mental health care of all people. We are further committed to the philosophy that we exist for the client. Our practice offers individual, couples, marital, and family counseling for a variety of issues. Tree of Life Counselors provides Affirmative Therapy for all LGBTQ clients.
(336) 791-4938
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Shirena Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Cht, CDDONA
“I am a therapist that beleives in treating a person as a whole. As a certified trauma focused therapist along with being a hypnotist I am able to explore the reasoning behind behaviors that are usually displayed at the conscious level. As a hypnotist I will be able to assist with entering into the subconscious of the mind and identify the reasoning of behaviors such as relationship,anxiety, addicitions,weight and smoking issues etc. Lastly as a Certified Doula I will assist women through pre and postpartum care in order to ensure that a healthy delivery will take place without medical interventions.
(336) 245-4536
Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
Tonya McLean LPC, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Are you emotionally wounded, experiencing emotional pain? If so, don't stay this way. Old wounds make you vulnerable and the more you have, the less happy you feel. Learn to heal these wounds by exploring their origin, dealing with the reasons behind the wounds.
(336) 939-8873
Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
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