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Therapists in Asheboro

Peter Nagel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CGP
“Asking for help is a very important and challenging personal decision. Finding the right person to help involves matching your preferences with information about compatible professionals. Whether you want to enhance your relationship and/or make personal changes including letting go of unwanted beliefs or ineffective behavior, I believe that my compassion, understanding and innovative skills will help you reach your goals. The collaborative approach that I use with couples encourages each partner to reclaim his/her voice while effectively listening to each other's concerns. I take an active, empathetic approach in couples sessions to explain dynamics and offer alternative solutions.
(910) 235-0900
Asheboro, North Carolina 27205
Lambert /Amity Counseling, Counselor  in Asheboro
“I am a Qualified Supervisor, credentialed by NC Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, am currently supervising LPC-As seeking full licensure. The sessions are interactive and fun. I specialize in teaching Reality Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Impact Therapy. Let's sign a contract with the NCBLPC to begin your journey today. I specialize in helping clients live happier more balanced lives, am sensitive to women's issues, children's learning challenges, and anger management, work with clients on domestic violence and substance abuse issues. My ideal client is engaged in the therapy, wants to change habits, attitudes, or behavior.
(910) 764-6025
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Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Ruth Morgans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? Stuck? Trouble communicating with others in your life or navigating life's ups and downs? Wondering if therapy might help? Human interactions sometimes cause misunderstandings and conflicts. Whether working with children, adolescents, adults, couples or families, I believe that the idea of fairness and responsibility within our relationships is important. Problems arise when we are not treated fairly or do not take responsibility for our own actions. Psychotherapy is a unique collaboration between psychotherapist and client. It can vary depending on the personalities of the psychotherapist and the client and the particular issues you bring forward.
(919) 295-3962
Office is near:
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Rosanna Wood, Counselor  in Asheboro
“Things can change. I believe that we all have the strength and ability to live a complete, happy, and rewarding life; often times we need help in finding that strength and developing that ability. Through therapy you will learn skills that help you deal with your current problems and assist you in better handling your future challenges. Therapy teaches you how to change within and as a result, things around you improve.
(919) 810-0770
Office is near:
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Jack L Hileman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LMFT-S
“Therapy always focuses on positive change for your life. If you want to change your relationships, I am a relational expert specializing in couples and families, bringing hope and renewal possibilities into reach for you and yours. If you want to change the "feel" of your life (involving moods and approaches to living), I have training and 25 years experience matching the best approaches to help you effect real change, even if effects of trauma block your way. We will partner to benefit your desired change, as I bring powerful experiential, cognitive-behavioral, and systems therapies to work for you.
(336) 310-1814
Office is near:
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Fisher Park Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Asheboro
“Fisher Park Counseling is a private counseling practice located near downtown Greensboro and in Archdale at Yorkdale Office Park. Fisher Park Counseling presents the warm, safe, and inviting atmosphere where one can share their struggles and collaborate with educated experts in the counseling field to work towards positive changes. At Fisher Park, clients of all ages, ethnicities and sexual orientations are welcome. Therapists are qualified to work with individuals, couples, children (as young as three), and families experiencing a number of mental health concerns including mood disorders, sexual abuse, anxiety disorders, adjustment issues, relationship and family concerns, and academic concerns to name a few. Counselors range from Masters and Doctoral level Interns to those who have been practicing for over twenty years. We invite you to visit our website http://fisherparkcounseling.com and look through the counselor bios to learn more about our therapists and who might be a good fit for you.
(336) 295-6667
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Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
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