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Therapists in Durham

Maria Rodriguez-Fischer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPC
“As your therapist I will work with you to resolve emotional and behavioral issues and assist you in reaching a sense of well-being. I provide services that range from therapy for anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and grief counseling to family counseling, couples' counseling and beyond. Coaching services are also offered. As your coach I work with you to accelerate your growth and expand and maximize your opportunities in areas such as personal, relationships, career, lifestyle, finances and other areas. Coaching is about designing a more desirable future for yourself.
(919) 680-1017
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Hope Inga Hills, Psychologist  in Durham
“Are you going through a transition in your career, relationships, family? Perhaps you don't like your job, but are afraid to rock the boat. Are you retiring and don't know what's next? Maybe you are just starting or changing your career and would like to feel more clear and excited about your plans. Maybe you are leaving or starting a relationship and want to do it "right" this time. All Transitions have three stages we need to address. Our past experiences with change create fear or excitement. Knowing your old patterns will help create the life YOU want now.
(919) 429-8456
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Waverly Harrell, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a licensed psychologist providing psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults, including couples and families. My goals are to understand your concerns and help you use your individual strengths and skills to effect change in your life. My treatment approach varies based on your goals and preferences. I enjoy working with clients from many different backgrounds, and I believe a supportive therapeutic relationship is important for progress.
(919) 328-3448
Durham, North Carolina 27704
Keshawna Solomon, Psychological Associate  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA
“I believe in meeting my clients where they are and assisting them in moving towards their goals. I take a holistic treatment approach that considers the mind, body, and environment as well as emotional well being to achieve healthy functioning. Empathy, respect, and authenticity are at the foundation of my interactions with clients. I have effectively worked with adults, adolescents, and children in overcoming emotional and behavioral obstacles through the use of CBT, solution-focused strategies, play therapy, and skills training.
(919) 344-0971
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Carol J. Tadeusik, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a psychologist with over 25 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. Giordano’s 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
Kathryn A Summers, Pastoral Counselor  in Durham
“I believe that good counseling, beginning with a natural fit between client and therapist, can be one of the most important and beneficial experiences of our lives. I am passionate about working with my clients and strive always to bring my natural compassion and creativity to each session. I find I am most helpful to clients struggling with loss, grief, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, though I help clients work through other issues as well. Because I am trained in theology as well as psychotherapy, I bring a unique understanding of faith and spirituality to my practice, welcoming clients from any (or no) faith tradition.
(919) 926-0822
Durham, North Carolina 27707
“I enjoy working with a wide variety of presenting problems in children, adolescents, young adults, and families. A small part of my practice is saved for adults. My approach is informal, collaborative, and supportive. I will join with you to help you reach a place of increased comfort and functioning, provide appropriate referrals and assessment as well as medication management when appropriate.
(919) 429-7204
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Flora Dunbar, Psychological Associate  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, LPC
“I have worked as a psychotherapist for many years serving folks of all ages. Currently, I offer individual psychotherapy for adults and older children, play therapy for younger children, parenting support and occasional psychological evaluations. My style is direct and honest but warm, patient, non-judgmental and supportive. I provide information, structure and direction but I also follow your lead as you take responsibility for your discovery, growth and progress. I view each person as a valuable, whole individual trying to cope with life experience. I know each of us has untapped inner resources and self-healing capacities, even my littlest clients.
(919) 582-7672 x2
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Rebecca T Dingfelder, Psychologist  in Durham
“I believe strongly in the benefits of helping individuals understand the connetions between their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. This approach is not only a wonderful tool to help people through a current difficult time, but also a tool for life.
(919) 295-3617
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Jody Bartlett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer individual therapy and work well with client's willing to work on self change around core issues. I also offer more short-term problem focused supportive therapy. I fit the therapy to the client and have had success with clients who have had difficulty with therapy in the past. I've practiced for close to two decades and worked as an educator in the Field. I've pursued four rigorous post graduate years of psychoanalytic training locally, as well as nationally with well known leaders in the Field.
(919) 648-1797
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
Janet Mittman, Counselor  in Durham
“My eclectic approach draws on traditional training as well as varied prior professional experiences. I have over twenty years of experience in helping professions including psychotherapy, counseling, higher education, and human services. My doctorate involved multiple disciplines, including psychology, philosophy and the arts. I am also a former Kripalu yoga teacher. All of this experience has deeply influenced my practice. In addition to various conventional therapeutic approaches (CBT, DBT, insight oriented, etc.) I also include body/mind practices.
(919) 283-4398
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Katy Harper, Psychologist  in Durham
“I believe clients come to therapy through many different paths and try to meet each client where he or she is on her journey towards change. I enjoy collaborating with clients to identify areas for potential change, barriers to change and goals for therapy. I believe that self-acceptance, empowerment and self-compassion are key to address psychological challenges. I have significant training in cognitive behavioral therapy, but also incorporate mindfulness, emotion focused, dialectical behavior therapy and motivational interviewing approaches into my work.
(919) 323-8702 x116
Durham, North Carolina 27701
LILI SZNAIDMAN www.lilis-lpc-psychotherapy.com, Counselor  in Durham
“During the sixteen years of my clinical work with clients, I have found it paramount to provide a compassionate and non-judgmental presence and help create a safe therapeutic relationship, in which clients may freely express their concerns and explore their deepest emotions. Psychotherapy is a profound, meaningful, and gradual process of growth and healing, and I wish to help each client embark their own individual journey towards a more fulfilling life. I work primarily from a Psycho-dynamically informed, Insight-Oriented framework and frequently draw from other theoretical orientations when it appears those would most benefit your specific circumstances.
(919) 348-4797
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Jennifer Freifeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA
“My approach to therapy is based on the understanding that each individual's experience is uniquely personal. I collaborate with youth, adults, couples, and families in a compassionate, nonjudgmental way to enable them to build on their strengths and insights and to achieve the changes they seek to make. We choose therapeutic approaches that best fit each client's needs. We may draw upon psychodynamic psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma theory, mind-body-spirit research, or play therapy.
(919) 289-0516 x1004
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Carolyn (Lynn) Evans, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“In my practice, I provide a safe, non-judgmental setting in which my clients can discuss their pain and develop solutions to issues which are in the way of living their lives fully. My co-therapist Georgie (my dog) enhances this environment with his trusting, loving presence. He will participate as much or as little as clients desire.
(704) 840-4900
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Molly W Parks, Psychologist  in Durham
“I work in a relational approach, and believe in treating each client with the techniques most useful and applicable for the unique set of concerns or issues they bring to the table. I provide individual, family, couples therapy, and psychological assessment services for people struggling with a wide variety of issues in their lives. Most importantly, I love my work as a therapist, and love engaging in the process of moving toward increased awareness and fulfillment for each of my clients.
(919) 937-8335
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Susan Gale Orovitz, PhD, Psychologist  in Durham
“I provide individual, couples, family and group therapy to adults. I also provide clinical consultation to licensed mental health professionals and spiritual direction. I am a relationally oriented psychotherapist who believes that healing comes about through a deeper, more authentic connection with oneself, with others in the world, and, for some, with an inner spiritual center and power greater than oneself. I believe that healing-into-authenticity is learned and facilitated by deep listening in the therapeutic relationship. This assists clients in discovering their own goals and in their transformational process of growth and change.
(919) 948-3109 x3
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Robyn Claar, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a clinical psychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety, ADHD, depression and OCD. I also have extensive expertise working with children and families coping with chronic medical conditions and pain, such as stomach aches, headaches, and food allergies. In addition, I conduct thorough psychoeducational assessments, ADHD evaluations, and early kindergarten entry assessments to help children achieve academic success.
(919) 648-0380
Durham, North Carolina 27713
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