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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Raleigh

Tara V. Mirkar, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
“I offer genuine, honest, respectful dialogue about your most private thoughts and feelings. I welcome the opportunity to listen to who you are, how you feel and what you need and want in life. I can help you get the most from your life: professionally, financially, socially and in intimate relationships. I specialize in trauma, anxiety, and depression. I am trained in Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR). TIR is a means of quickly and permanently reducing the negative effects of traumatic incidents: past, present, and even the future.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 429-7779
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
Kate F Wolfe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS-A
“My overall belief is that one of the most important aspects of the therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and the therapist. In providing a safe and non-judgmental environment, I encourage your own personal empowerment and growth through a relationship built on trust, respect, and compassion. We will work together in order to identify individualized treatment goals and will tailor your treatment to fit your specific needs.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 344-0693
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
Kelly L Harrison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MACC, LPCA, LMFTA
“Counseling is a journey that can lead to incredible growth and healing in your innerpersonal and interpersonal relationships. While it may be difficult at times, I view the counseling relationship as a collaborative experience in which you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere. I believe that each person is impacted by past and current events and relationships, and that it is necessary to explore the whole picture as we work through your current struggles.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 324-3032
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
Lisa Caprioli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been working in the mental health field since 1995. In that time, I have had the pleasure of working with all ages from infants to individuals in nursing homes. I enjoy helping people struggling with stress, anxiety, depression or life transitions learn coping skills to lead happier, calmer lives. My style of therapy incorporates humor, cognitive behavioral strategies (changing the way you think and act) and mindfulness (focusing on the present).
Marriage Counseling
(919) 928-5123
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
Miller Counseling Services, PC, Counselor  in Raleigh
“Miller Counseling Services, PC provides compassionate clinical counseling services for adults, adolescents and children with the desire to promote healing in the whole person: emotional, spiritual, cognitive, physical and relational. It is our desire to help individuals, couples and families improve relationships, find balance, and seek wellness in order to realize full potential and purpose in their lives.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 275-2070
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Wayne Townsend, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Being stressed out all the time is just no fun at all. Isn't it time to get control of your self, your life and therefore your future? Let's get started.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 648-1650
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Anne J Siegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Relationships require work. You maybe working hard, but if that work is destructive -- such as excessive fighting or conflict, worry, or guilt --these actions and thoughts are breaking down, not building, healthy relationships. In therapy, couples and individuals find thoughtful, knowledgeable support and direct guidance to make your work constructive.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 289-0418
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
Sherry Stolp, Counselor  in Raleigh
“Your relationship with your significant other is one of the most important parts of your life. Many expectations and hopes are placed on this one relationship. You chose this person for a reason. Many couples reach a point in their relationship where romantic love changes into a power struggle. Whenever a new life stressor appears the old polarizing arguments resurface. The mistake most couples make is assuming recurring themes in arguments are to be expected and endured, or that the only way out of this relentless arguing is to break-up. You can create a conscious, passionate relationship and change arguments into connection.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 439-4979
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Amanda Hardenbrook, Counselor  in Raleigh
“Transitions are stressful, whether you're getting married, parenting, divorcing, changing jobs, or adjusting through the changes of adolescence into adulthood. But transitions are also a wonderful opportunity to take your life in directions that feel positive and healthy. I am a licensed professional counselor, in private practice since 2006. I enjoy working with adults, emerging adults, adolescents, and couples addressing issues including anxiety, relationship distress, stress management, feeling stuck, work/life balance, parenting, low self-esteem, and life transitions. I encourage your own personal empowerment and growth through a counseling relationship built on trust, respect, and compassion.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 948-1286
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
“For over 25 years, I've worked with children and adults to find practical ways to improve their lives/relationships. My background in teaching/research keeps me grounded in scientifically supported approaches. My clinical experience helps me tailor those approaches to your individual circumstances. If you struggle with emotions or behaviors that are difficult to control, or face challenges in relationships, learning, or development, I want to help. I use a supportive and solution-focused approach to finding solutions that work best for you. You're the expert. I'm here to understand, encourage and help achieve your specific goals.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 586-8901
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Carolina Counseling Specialists, PLLC, Counselor  in Raleigh
“At Carolina Counseling Specialists, we truly value our relationship with each client and family we work with. Our hope is to foster a supportive and safe atmosphere to help each person explore and achieve their full potential. We specialize in individual and family therapy for teens and adults. We also enjoy helping couples to find more fulfilling relationships through couples therapy. Our friendly, supportive, and compassionate counselors are happy to consult with you to determine if we are a good fit to help you work towards your emotional, behavioral, or personal goals.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 408-7767
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Beth Boldt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We all have times of tension and struggle with life's challenges. Exploring your past experiences and core values guide the path we take. Are you having difficulty adjusting to a change in family, work or social supports? I can suggest effective tools to balance emotions and reduce negative thought or behavior patterns. In an environment that is accepting and warm, you and I will journey together to reach your desired goals. Building trust is essential to the therapeutic relationship where you feel validated throughout the counseling process.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 439-3845
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
Andrew Oliver Elman, Counselor  in Raleigh
“Experience is often the best teacher, and I enjoy the opportunity to help clients find what they need through a creative experience combined with conventional talk therapy. Often a therapeutic activity (i.e. art or play) can facilitate the conversation you need to have with yourself. I believe a safe, trusting, & supportive relationship provides the space for this to happen, and a creative therapist can facilitate activities & dialogue which bring about new awareness and experience. I use cognitive, behavioral, motivational, solution focused, and mindfulness approaches to facilitate growth and change.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 585-1529
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Michelle Chachkes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“How can talking to someone help me? This is a common question I hear, my answer is this... having a safe nonjudgemental environment to explore your feelings and reflect on your behaviors will alow you to be open to new solutions. That is what counseling with me will provide you. I have 18 years experience helping families, couples, adults and children in my private practice. I provide clients with a Cognitive-Behavioral and Mindfulness approach to cope with stress, anxiety, depression, grief, AD/HD, infertility, parenting and marital conflict.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 267-3615
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
Dawn Sanders, Counselor  in Raleigh
“I believe healing happens in caring and honest relationships. I specialize in areas of grief, trauma and life transitions. These challenges often include secondary effects such as anxiey, depression, anger, relationship issues and feelings of despair or frustration. Whether for coping, healing or growing, therapy is a powerful tool. Although you may be feeling stuck as you deal with one or more of these issues, I believe that by walking through your life's journey together, you will discover the needed support and and insight as to how past experiences are impacting your present situation, including your current relationships.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 289-4138
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
Amy Lynn Otterson, Counselor  in Raleigh
“Are you looking for something to be different in your life? Do you want to change your life situation, solve a problem, make a major decision, or gain a better understanding of what is happening in your life or relationships? Through counseling, I will provide a person-centered and cognitive behavioral perspective. This means I view counseling as a process by which I help to facilitate my client's exploration and identification of their needs to assist them in making changes in their cognition and behaviors, which will result in the attainment of improved life satisfaction and self-acceptance.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 246-4215
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
“My therapy style is best described as an evidence-based brief therapy approach that is reflective of my personality. I am a direct, pragmatic, spiritual person who subscribes to the idea that our thoughts drive our reality. I do not believe in dispensing "'you need to"' advice. It is my role to help you identify the themes that are weighing you down and to offer learning strategies toward a "change of mind" and "change in your reality".
Marriage Counseling
(919) 648-0451
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Colleen Kenny, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MACP, LMFT-A
“My curiosity and passion for exploring the unknown lead me to a career in counseling, based on an integrative, holistic model--the "whole" person. Having worked for many years with people living with a life-threatening illness, I became a holistic therapist, using both traditional and nontraditional approaches such as mindfulness, imagery, metaphor, movement and breath work. My clients often say, in response to the work they do in session, "Wow, I get it. Now I understand why I do what I do" When you are ready to explore, I will be honored to guide you "through" your next chapter in the book of Life.
Marriage Counseling
(866) 948-5095
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Phillip Shoe, Counselor  in Raleigh
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MDiv, ThM, MA, LPCA, NCC
“I am most firmly rooted in Family and Narrative Therapies. It is my belief that individuals and social networks, such as family relationships, are formed by factors that are unique to each person and network. Often when an individual or family encounters unwanted or unexpected change, the patterns of functioning within that network or practiced by the individual become strained. By working together to examine how those patterns function, and through re-telling a person or family's narrative to incorporate new patterns, I, along with the client(s), can address issues that arise from these changes.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 582-7462
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
Kathleen Hyland, Psychologist  in Raleigh
“I provide therapy to children, adults, couples, & families. My clinical specialty is in the treatment of trauma. However, I have additional expertise in helping clients struggling with anger, depression, interpersonal difficulties and relational issues. I particularly enjoy helping families and couples to learn more effective strategies for resolving conflict and improving communication. I believe in focusing on resilience in my work, and I help clients to build on strengths in order to achieve their goals.
Marriage Counseling
(919) 429-7230
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in Raleigh or for a Raleigh marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in Raleigh (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.

Note: Counselling (with a double 'l') is the more traditional spelling of the term in Canada and the UK, so the same terms might appear as marriage counselling in Raleigh or for a Raleigh marriage counsellor who provides marriage counselling services in Raleigh. They include marriage for couples.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Raleigh have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Raleigh you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Raleigh and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Raleigh or family therapy in Raleigh.