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Stephanie H Best, Psychologist  in Benson
“Hello! I am a Licensed Psychologist with well-rounded training. I have practiced everywhere from a major university to a state psychiatric hospital to a VA medical center, before branching off into private practice in Johnston County and surrounding areas of North Carolina. My mission is to offer compassionate, holistic, evidence-based therapy in a healing environment, backed by exceptional training and personal experience. I use a collaborative, client-centered approach that empowers consumers to cope with distressing thoughts and feelings, develop greater clarity about personal values, and commit to needed behavior change to reach their valued goals.
(919) 586-8302 x1
Benson, North Carolina 27504
Hillary Vann, Counselor  in Clayton
“At Hope and Restoration Pathways we believe that no matter what the issue, God offers hope. Counseling provides the opportunity for self-discovery, healing, and growth in the context of a safe, supportive, trusting, and therapeutic relationship. Christian counseling can help access resources that will assist in this process and find hope to live a more victorious and fulfilling life. Whether it is experiencing healing of past hurts, discovering your personal strengths, realizing the impact of beliefs and thoughts on your emotions and behaviors, or discovering the courage to step out into new ways of thinking, believing, and doing.
(919) 648-0438
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Cynthia L Babits, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is the opportunity to learn about yourself, and to make changes you haven't been able to make before. When we understand ourselves we can change how we relate to ourselves and others, we can work toward meaningful accomplishments that connect with our deepest values. Therapy can help you to become more effective, stronger, and more fulfilled, as you become the person you want to be. If you're looking for guidance through a challenging situation or you're ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
(919) 255-8243
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Lora S. Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CMSW
“As a Christian counselor with more than twenty years of experience, I have found that Christian counseling is not only unique but also facilitates an excellent therapeutic outcome for the client. When applicable, we will apply Biblical principles during the process of counseling. At times I will pray for you during our session, and this distinctively faith-based approach to counseling is aimed at restoring emotional health and spiritual well-being. As we partner together to find real-life solutions to real-world problems, we begin with the understanding that with God's help, any problem can be overcome.
(919) 439-6474
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Dianna Culbreth, Counselor  in Clayton
“Hello and welcome! I appreciate your consideration in creating a therapeutic relationship. I believe individuals need to understand the thoughts underlying behavior in order to change maladaptive patterns in their lives. The ultimate goals are self-awareness and self-acceptance. My counseling orientation is integrative. However, I am most heavily influenced by the person-centered and the cognitive-behavioral approaches to counseling. I strive to provide a safe and consistent relationship with my clients while challenging them to examine how their thinking impacts the manner in which they relate with the world around them.
(919) 439-6193
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Paula Brewer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Whether you are struggling with major life changes, acute emotional distress or just wanting to address some problematic or troublesome behavior patterns, I can help you work through these issues. You and I will pinpoint your main issues and goals. Using a foundation of trust and openness, we will uncover roots of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that are not serving you so that you may heal and grow to a fuller potential.
(919) 816-2196
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Steven Hannant, Psychologist  in Clayton
“Steven N. Hannant, Doctor of Psychology and Licensed Psychologist, practices in Eastern North Carolina working with children, adolescents, and special populations of all ages. He specializes in psychological testing, assessments, and treatment planning to treat a variety of mental health diagnoses. Dr. Steve also provides mobile psychological services, group therapy, and offers professional training and consultation.
(252) 565-1078
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Patricia (Patti) Stapleton Bock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS, TF-CBT
“If you or someone you care about is struggling with something, are tired and are seeking healing, clear direction and training call me for a confidential, consultation. I have over twenty-five years experience and education facilitating empowering, individualized, experiential therapy sessions with adults, youths, couples and families. In therapy we'll release the pain, fear, resentments, and hurt, that block free and full joy in ones own self, relationships, socializing, work and school. Identifying individual strengths, needs and preferences we will work together to safely and efficiently create the lasting improvements you desire. Christian counseling is available upon request.
(919) 249-7169
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Julie Carpenter Bullock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I'm a therapist for children, adolescents and families. I understand that asking for help can sometimes feel overwhelming. However, I encourage you to seek counseling as it often helps you grow interpersonaly. In therapy, we'll work together to set personal goals to help you feel more in control of your life. I have helped clients work through issues with low self-esteem; depression; anxiety; grief; phase of life changes; and many other life events. Please give me a call today. My office is with Growing Child Pediatrics. When you call the number provided, be sure to enter in ext. 1405 when prompted.
(919) 421-4503 x1405
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Claire Ruth, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Clayton
“Are you overwhelmed, frustrated, or confused by all that life has thrown at you? Perhaps you have old wounds or some new ones. Maybe you're doing pretty well but going through a big transition. I would love to come alongside you and help care for you. I believe that there is power in talking through one's struggles, shedding light and giving hope and tools for healing. I work with individuals and couples. If you are interested, I offer unconventional methods such as animal-assisted therapy, walking during sessions, or Skype sessions. I look forward to hearing from you.
(704) 851-4026
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Patricia J. Tuohy,   in Benson
“Hello! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who holds a Master of Science degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The majority of my clinical training took place at Duke University, where I was part of a multidisciplinary behavioral health team, bringing the latest cutting-edge treatments in mind-body/integrative medicine to clients through practice and research. Subsequently, I was able to use my holistic approach to empower individuals and families living with cancer and undergoing treatment at the Duke Cancer Center. Over the past 8 years, I have continued utilizing this approach in the community.
(919) 648-1494 x2
Benson, North Carolina 27504
Nicole E Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you struggling to move beyond unresolved, painful experiences from your past? Did you have a difficult and/or unhappy childhood? Growing up in a dysfunctional family system can often leave you feeling broken, depressed and lonely. You may have difficulty trusting yourself and others, have problematic relationships, chronic health problems and suffer with low self-esteem, shame and guilt. You may feel stuck repeating the same old patterns that ultimately sabotage you from experiencing joy in your life. You are not alone and there IS HOPE.
(919) 234-5082
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Amanda Parmley, Counselor  in Smithfield
“I believe that everyone has the power to author their own story. Sometimes things happen in life that are out of our control; however, I am passionate about collaborating with individuals and working towards establishing personal power and strength to deal with life's stressors. We may not be able to control our environments but I believe that we can control how we react to our environment. It would be an honor to work with you in establishing your inner calm in the midst of life's storms.
(919) 924-0990
Smithfield, North Carolina 27577
“We counsel children, adults and families. We are a solutions based counseling agency that offers many specialties for those who are in need of counseling and or behavioral therapies.
(919) 759-5598
Smithfield, North Carolina 27577
Luz Florio, Counselor  in Clayton
“Are you dealing with depression or anxiety? Or maybe symptoms of PTSD such as nightmares or flashbacks related to abuse or an assault experienced at any time in your life? You do not have to suffer in silence. Healing begins with giving words to your pain.
(919) 261-7496
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
TPC (Triangle Pastoral Counseling, Inc.), Counselor  in Clayton
“TPC (Triangle Pastoral Counseling) has a diverse and highly trained staff of pastoral counselors and therapists who bring respect and open-mindedness to our work. As an interfaith group, we honor the uniqueness of each client's journey. We are committed to enhancing mental health through counseling that integrates cognitive, emotional, physical and spiritual issues.
(919) 439-2447
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
PhD, MDiv, MEd
“I am eager to work with you, your partner, and/or your family to guide you toward a more enlivened life. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota where I concentrated in Marriage and Family Therapy. I love to explore Family Systems, engage partners in couples counseling, and love working with individuals on personal growth issues. I am also an ordained pastor currently under call as a professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling with a specialty in Grief and Loss, Women's Emotional Health, Stress and Coping, Healthy Sexual Relations, Cultural Development and many other life concerns.
(919) 328-3953
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Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Robert L Cooke, Pastoral Counselor  in Clayton
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, NCFBPPC
“My ideal patient wants healing from emotional or mental pain, whether the pain comes from depression, panic attacks, grief, marital issues, burnout, or financial problems. As patients and I explore their stories and situations, we address who they are, what they care about, and how they cope with life everyday. Using MBTI scores, we discuss how personality preferences influence their behavior and conflict styles. Working with their family histories, we find traits and relationship patterns that affect their lives in ongoing ways. As we talk about spirituality, we address connectedness with oneself, family, friends, and God.
(919) 330-0085 x202
Office is near:
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Deborah B Dunn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Clayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My ideal client(s) are those struggling with marital issues, separation, divorce, poor communication, parenting, blended families, or extramarital relationships, particularly women who have made poor life choices. I often work with those who have been sexually abused as children with self-image issues who despair that they will ever find happiness. I also help those who are suffering grief and loss from the death of a spouse, sibling, child, or the loss of a job. I provide life coaching to find new direction and courage to make important decisions. Visit for more information.
(919) 948-7084
Office is near:
Clayton, North Carolina 27520
Sarah R. Coates, Counselor  in Clayton
“I specialize in treating female Adults & Adolescents with interpersonal or relationship conflicts, anxiety, stress, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders and other women's issues. I strongly believe in Empowering women to become their very best, so that if their world crumbles they remain standing! The therapeutic relationship is of utmost importance in counseling and through the trusting rapport we establish, my client's are able to facilitate positive change and growth in their lives. I also provide couples/marriage counseling as well as offering Christian counseling upon client request.
(919) 263-3103
Office is near:
Clayton, North Carolina 27520

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

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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