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Therapists in Durham

Katy Sampson, Psychologist  in Durham
“I have helped people from diverse backgrounds struggling with a wide variety of difficulties to lead healthier, happier lives. I strive to make therapy a place where clients can feel comfortable and understood and I take a collaborative approach to develop clear goals early on in therapy. I am flexible in my style using both active problem solving approaches, as well as less structured exploration, as a way to help people achieve their goals. I draw from a variety of empirically-validated therapeutic models in order to develop the most effective treatment for each individual, family or child.
(919) 800-0572
Durham, North Carolina 27703
J. Louise Newton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a warm and charismatic provider and am excited to become a resource and support for you. If you have become overwhelmed by anxiety or depression, are worried that you have developed an addiction, or are managing other transitions, you may be at the precipice of profound growth. Together we can create a safe space to navigate your change efforts in a gentle and affirming way. My clinical approach is relational-cultural therapy. I accept several insurance policies and bill for you; bring only your copayment at the time of service. I offer sliding scale and evening hours sessions.
(919) 354-0850
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Sheffa Ariens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you need support with changes you're making in your life? In a series of sessions, I can help you and/or the people you love work with the patterns that are keeping you stuck. I offer a compassionate, practical, down-to-earth approach to counseling, that's respectful of your time and money. I genuinely appreciate how hard relationships can be and what's at stake when our hearts are on the line. I invite you to come in for a free 25-minute session to see how it feels to have support.
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
Douglas Lee Waldruff, Counselor  in Durham
“If you are struggling with relationship issues, can't get a date, can't find the right relationship, don't know what to do to make your relationships better, or have health and wellness issues like having trouble losing or keeping weight off. then I may be the right person to help you move from coping to thriving. I provide individualized solutions for my clients. I coach clients in overcoming adversity and psychological blocks that keep them from attaining their goals. I help people deal with all of life's normal developmental concerns and transitions, like work, having children, parenting and growing older.
(336) 949-6201
Durham, North Carolina 27705
“I provide treatment to individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder, Addiction Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders and Major Depression. I have been trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Methods. I am passionate about providing effective and empathetic treatment to teenagers and adults. Please feel free to contact me for a free consultation by phone and we can schedule an initial appointment within one week.
(910) 722-1628
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Sandra VanderLinde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Helping people grow and change is the most meaningful work I could do. I reflect this perspective in the way I practice and in the relationships I build with my clients. Clients say that I am patient, "down-to-earth," direct, and collaborative. If you are in pain because of a damaged relationship, past trauma, self-defeating behavior or all three, I am ready and able to walk with you toward change and healing. Check out my web site for more information. I am happy to talk with you about whether my skills and your objectives are a good match.
(919) 641-1211
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
Elaine Burgwyn, Psychologist  in Durham
“I use a cognitive-behavioral approach to help clients move beyond grief, relationship problems, depression and anxiety so that they can lead more joyful and productive lives. PLEASE CALL TO CONTACT - Special interests include working with clients with chronic medical conditions and infertility. I have received specialized training in Cognitive-Behavioral Marital Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I am a NC licensed Psychologist and Health Services Provider and I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1998
(919) 419-3110 x112
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Sozo Life And Wellness Center, PLLC, Counselor  in Durham
“Each of us at some point in our lives face painful life situations and challenges, some of which we can navigate alone, but others requiring help. Sometimes family and friends can provide that support but many times having a non-biased perspective is more appropriate and effective. As a Licensed Christian therapist, I use appropriate psychological methods used within the field of mental health professionals and add the insights of the Word of God to help those who are facing such situations deal with those issues and move forward to experience a more purposeful and satisfying and life.
(919) 799-2640
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Rob Womack, Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPCA, MA, MDiv, NCC
“Couples, young adults, seniors and parents and their teenage children come for assistance with their relationships, communication skills, anger management, developing identity, coping with isolation or grief, avoidance, perfectionism, depression, and a variety of other similar concerns. My rates are below market average which allows uninsured and under-insured clients to afford counseling. If you wish, my theological education and spiritual practice allow easy integration of spirituality, religion or faith into the sessions. I bond well with persons of all religious traditions or no tradition.
(919) 289-4134
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Leigh Egeghy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People's reasons for seeking therapy are as varied as the individuals themselves. For some, therapy is part of a broader approach to life in which insight and inner work are seen as core elements to living well and expansively. For others, the step to seek therapy is taken out of pain and suffering and after much deliberation. At times our internal experiences are so painful, they prevent us from fully engaging in our lives and relationships. Therapy can help you learn to hold with care and confidence all your thoughts, feelings and memories while moving through life in a meaningful way.
(919) 701-5397
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Jasmine Ti Irvin, Psychologist  in Durham
“Through deep, intentional listening and a collaborative approach, I tailor treatment to individuals' needs. I enjoy helping individuals increase emotional awareness and manage difficult emotions, decrease distress, improve relationships, solve problems, and meet personal goals. I have particular expertise in working with individuals who are experiencing difficulty related to relationships, body image, self-esteem, identity, and life transitions. I have expertise in working with couples, whether this be in the context of addressing serious issues, or enhancing relationships. I offer premarital counseling. I also provide a safe space for individuals and couples identifying as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender.
(919) 344-0953 x115
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Christie Berglund, Counselor  in Durham
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who provides individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with emotional and behavioral concerns. My approach to therapy includes creating a safe environment for clients to explore and experience thoughts, behaviors and emotions to help gain greater awareness and how to create change in their lives. My counseling approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Play Therapy and Family Systems Theory. My clinical interests include anxiety, depression, trauma, childhood behavioral disorders, grief and helping individuals experiencing academic, social, familial and/or adjustment difficulties.
(919) 813-7267 x3003
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
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
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
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
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
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