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Therapists in Durham

Hollister Trott, Psychologist  in Durham
“In individual counseling, you can expect a collaborative effort to develop creative solutions for your concerns, learn new ways to approach and manage your problems, gain a deeper understanding of yourself, and find a new sense of wisdom and strength. While primarily trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, I work from an integrative therapeutic framework. I apply knowledge and techniques from multiple schools of psychology and other disciplines to help you meet your goals. My basic philosophy of therapy is that insight, behavior change and a supportive therapeutic environment are all important ingredients for growth.
(919) 529-5390 x117
Durham, North Carolina 27701
“Looking for someone with whom you can share your story or assist you in making some difficult life changes? At various times in life, we need someone to listen to us and we all benefit from feeling supported in the decisions we make. Allow me the opportunity to support you and work with you, using professional and effective techniques that will assist you with the needed changes in your life.
(919) 338-5415
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Carol J. Tadeusik, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a psychologist with over 20 years of experience helping people solve problems and improve their lives. Using a respectful and compassionate approach, I can help you to make peace with your past, learn the lessons that may be there for you and to move forward in a more hopeful way.
(919) 489-3151
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Louis A Giordano, Counselor  in Durham
“Dr. Giordano's sister Maryann died in 1986 after a 4.5 year struggle with cancer. After Dr. Giordanoís last treatment for brain cancer, he began his studies in psychology. Dr. Giordano is the grateful father of two teens. These and many other experiences help Dr. Giordano understand first hand the impact of living with and losing a terminally ill sibling, the effects of losing a child on parents, being diagnosed and treated for cancer, and the challenges related to marriage, divorce, raising children, and caring for aging parents.
(919) 794-8377
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I can offer individual therapy, couples counseling, marriage counseling, family therapy and group therapy, treating people with anxiety, depression,relationship problems, problems with other people and personal growth issues. I also offer supervision; there is no charge for the first meeting with therapists whether for personal treatment or case consultation. I offer the extra privacy of a home office.
(919) 335-5018
Durham, North Carolina 27705
LaTesha McIntosh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you or your child feel overwhelmed, sad, have excessive worries and/or have difficulty appropriately expressing emotions? Are you feeling stuck and not sure what to do? Whatever challenges are currently bringing you to consider therapy, I will collaborate with you to get you or your child feeling better and working on building the life you deserve. My practice is open to all, but I specialize in helping children/teens and their families understand each other, and develop better communication strategies. I also help clients to manage self destructive behaviors and achieve balance and direction in their lives.
(919) 582-7511
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Orlando Dowdy, Pastoral Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MDiv, DMin
“I am a pastoral counselor who believes in the authenticity of each person's struggles as they encounter them in their journey through life. I seek to help others in the curing of their souls through psychotherapy. I make every effort to provide a therapeutic environment that is non-judgmental, supportive, safe, nurturing and empathic. Making the decision to come to counseling can be difficult and overwhelming. It's a privilege for me to be present with you in this process. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email or call.
(919) 975-5892
Durham, North Carolina 27704
Kevin Metz, Psychologist  in Durham
“My approach to psychotherapy is that of a humanist; that is, successful therapy results in your continued evolution into your true self. My therapeutic style is gentle and engaged, and I respect your intelligence. I strive to provide an atmosphere of care and compassion which allows you to curiously explore what events, past and present are contributing to your challenges. It's important to me to take the time to understand your values and desires so that our work is grounded in how you see yourself.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Drew Pollander Nagy, Counselor  in Durham
“I consider it to be an honor and a privilege to assist clients in their personal growth work. It is my belief that a strong, therapeutic relationship based on a foundation of safety, trust and commitment is essential. I use a combination of insight oriented therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) to assist clients in this journey. I particularly enjoy clients who take a very active role in their therapy by creating their own goals and challenging themselves outside of the sessions. A certain amount of bravery is required and I very much respect this.
(919) 724-2228
Durham, North Carolina 27705
April Harris-Britt, Psychologist  in Durham
“I utilize a systems approach to wellness that incorporates developmental, psychological, and social strengths in assessment and treatment. My interactions with clients are grounded in compassion, respect, empathy, and an understanding of cultural impacts. I consider the role of a therapist as helping to educate and empower clients so that they develop the insight and skills necessary to overcome their own personal and situational challenges. I prefer to use child-centered, play therapy with children. I am also trained in Trauma-focused CBT, and EMDR. Specific areas of focus include reunification therapy, foster-care and adoption, Aspergerís Disorder, mediation regarding custody, and trauma.
(919) 586-8018 x1001
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones, Psychologist  in Durham
“The key to successful therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. While techniques are important, authenticity, warmth, and empathy are integral for people to flourish in, and outside of, therapy. I highly regard the relationship I have with each and every client. I provide couples, relationship, divorce, and work/life balance therapy. I highly value the need to balance acceptance with hard work when striving to make important life changes. I utilize well-known techniques such as mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and the Gottman paradigm for relationships.
(919) 344-0962
Durham, North Carolina 27713
James E Byassee, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience working with children, adults, families, groups and community organizations. My clients are from all across the life span, as I am a generalist who uses uses cognitive, behavioral, and neuroeducational methods where appropriate. My clients may need help with behavioral self-regulation issues, cognitive irregularities, mood management, relationship or social efficacies, or academic and career issues.
(919) 813-6963 x102
Durham, North Carolina 27705
David M Moore, Counselor  in Durham
“With whom do I work best with? Persons trying therapy for the first time after long deliberation. Inexplicably, half my patients are international. Persons who unsuccessfully have tried meds, CBT, groups, etc, everything except psychoanalytic work. My goal is to help you resolve your problems but also help you accept your human brokenness and uniqueness in all your body, emotion, brain, psyche, and spirit complexity. I am a certified Psychoanalyst, also supervising psychiatry residents at UNC and Duke, teaching Neuroscience Philosophy and Psychotherapy at Duke. Earlier, PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy (Virginia Tech); M.Div., Philosophy, Princeton Seminary.
(919) 330-0052
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Kimberly Ann Jackson-Luzader, Counselor  in Durham
“Starting therapy can be an intimidating process when you're already dealing with so many life challenges. As a therapist, I understand how this can feel and connect with my clients by being down to earth and willing to listen with care and compassion. I strive to help my clients feel rejuvenated following each session. I enjoy empowering my clients so they are ready to tackle the challenges coming their way with motivation, a positive attitude, and an uplifted spirit.
(919) 529-5824
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Margaret Lapinski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling blocked, disconnected from yourself, not living up to your potential? Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, or trauma related symptoms? Are you a victim of abuse? Do you have career or relationship related issues? Have you tried doing it all by yourself and felt like you needed assistance from a skilled, caring, and non judgmental professional? Let me help you. Together we can remove emotional barriers to living your best life. I can assist you in designing what you truly want to manifest, and then use action oriented techniques to make that happen.
(919) 648-0629
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Mark Bailes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I see therapy as a collaborative process. My approach is based on my belief that every person needs to have a sense of control in life and a need for a genuine connection to others. Each person strives for personal, emotional, physical, and spiritual fulfillment. Therapy is one way clients can learn the skills and gain the insight they need to reach their potentials. Through a variety of therapeutic approaches (including cognitive-behavioral, family systems and interpersonal therapy) we will explore your values, personal history and life goals with a focus on the issues that led you to seek therapy.
(919) 419-3110 x111
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Destination Greatness, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“Destination Greatness, PLLC strives to enrich each individual and family through greater self-awareness, focus on strengths, and belief in a greater destiny. My belief is that all clients can transcend adversity and achieve greatness. I utilize a holistic, strengths-based approach focusing on multiple life domains including mental health, physical health, financial health, and spiritual health.
(919) 924-0657
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Ingrid Buhler Pisetsky, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a board certified psychiatrist and a training and supervising psychoanalyst, certified in psychoanalysis by the American Psychoanalytic Association. I work with adults and adolescents suffering from anxiety, depression, self-defeating behaviors, relationship problems, and after-effects of trauma and abuse. I practice in a quiet home office where your confidentiality can be carefully maintained. When you call me, I will schedule a few initial sessions to discuss the problems you wish to address and the type of treatment best suited to help you.
(919) 493-6388
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Nicole Engel, Psychologist  in Durham
“Would you like to feel less stressed and anxious? Do you want increased confidence and self-esteem? Are you seeking happier relationships? These changes are possible for you. Let's work together to empower you to feel better about yourself and your life.
(919) 429-7907
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Terri Onstad, Counselor  in Durham
“I am a licensed professional counselor whose style is grounded in client centered therapy. I have experience working with clients dealing with diverse issues such as trauma, self injury, personality disorders, career issues, anxiety, depression, and LGBTQI issues. I am a strong believer in the relational cultural model of therapy and feel that even one healing relationship can begin to undo a great deal of damage from the past.
(919) 725-8538
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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