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Therapists in Durham

Whit Trumbull, Counselor  in Durham
“If you're already feeling vulnerable or upset by difficult emotions, relationship problems, a life transition, or confusing and painful events like grief or serious illness, taking the first steps to get help can be hard. Perhaps you don't find it easy to trust someone for help because you are struggling to recover from abuse or for other reasons. Part of my preparation and training has been being in therapy myself, so I know what it's like to be on the "other side" of the counseling relationship. My approach emphasizes building a warm, supportive, and trustworthy therapeutic relationship.
(919) 328-3328
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Patricia Roberts, Counselor  in Durham
“I believe that intuitive and deep listening as well as the relationship between therapist and client are the foundations for positive and successful experiences in therapy. I use a variety of techniques in helping clients reach their goals. You don't always have to know where you are going but you do need to be willing to go on a journey. I believe I can help identify the markers along the way.
(919) 926-9536
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Peter Perlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, IHC-C
“Years ago I had a wonderful therapist who helped me heal, inspiring me to do this work. I've been a psychotherapist now for 33 years. People sometimes ask me how to choose a therapist. You need to feel that you're really being listened to, by someone who's starting to like and value you. When you speak to them, what comes back "fits" and is helpful. You feel that they "get you" and they care. You trust that it's safe to tell them if something they say or do feels "off". That's who I strive to be as a therapist.
(919) 283-4315
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
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
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
Scott Bryce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all know what it's like to feel stuck, or swamped, or somewhat lost. Every one of us goes through stress and suffering. At these times, therapy with an attuned, experienced practitioner can make all the difference. I work collaboratively with my clients, creating together a space in which difficulty and discomfort can be explored and better understood. Gradually, strengths and resources come into view and are further cultivated. New perspectives and skills arise and are applied. Relationships and circumstances shift, sometimes profoundly, and are experienced as less distressing. Things get better, often much better.
(919) 617-9301
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Core Essentials, LLC, Counselor  in Durham
“Core Essentials seeks to serve individuals, couples, and families in need of Mental & Behavioral Health Outpatient services and Case management.
(919) 344-0835
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Patricia Esperon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I feel very privileged to collaborate with clients as they explore issues related to their emotional well being. I work with adults on a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship challenges, weight loss, binge eating disorder, the relationship between sexuality and intimacy, and perfectionism.
(919) 926-9462
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS-A
“I provide both outpatient mental health therapy and substance abuse/use assessments and therapy to all members of the community. Clients experiencing such issues as depression/anxiety, PTSD/trauma, life changes, gender identity concerns, and substance use will benefit from the services I offer. I utilize a person centered approach and work collaboratively with clients to address their needs. I meet clients 'where they are' and work with them to identify positive interventions and change. The comprehensive clinical assessments and substance abuse assessments I provide meet criteria for court ordered and school referred clients and can be completed in office or at your location.
(919) 289-4252
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Rob Womack, Counselor  in Durham
“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
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
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
Marguerite Dingman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MDiv
“I have more than twenty years of experience working with people of all ages. With children I work to strengthen the child-parent relationship as we work together to address the challenges your child is facing. Often parent(s) are right in the room as we explore together how to support and help your child. Since children express themselves more in play than words you may find yourselves doing your "work" in a room filled with dinosaurs, puppets and games. Together we find a way to well-being for your child and for you as parents.
(919) 344-0863
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
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
Jeanine Driscoll, PhD, Psychologist  in Durham
“Often, people seek counseling when they need to make some kind of change. If you're browsing therapists' websites, chances are you want or need to make a change. A basic ingredient to making changes is learning to pay attention to what's going on within you and around you. As you work with me, we will work on how you can develop this attention (awareness) and we'll identify ways you can put this awareness into action--so you can live more effectively and relate with yourself and others more compassionately. I work with couples, individuals, families, and organizations.
(919) 648-1940
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Ana Carla Smith, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a friendly, open and nurturing psychiatrist practicing in a comfortable, polished office space near Duke. I am board certified in General Psychiatry as well as Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and treat a wide variety of disorders in people of all ages. I provide comprehensive evaluations, pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. I also provide medication management for individuals who currently have a therapist, and will communicate regularly with that therapist to provide the most comprehensive, individualized care possible. I have extensive experience treating people with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, panic, OCD, PTSD, personality disorders, bipolar disorder and psychotic disorders. I look forward to hearing from you!
(919) 648-2895
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Kimberley Cochran PsyD PLLC, Psychologist  in Durham
“I have over 15 years of experience in one-on-one and couples therapy, successfully treating adults and adolescents, many of whom are going through transitions in their lives. I have extensive experience in relationship issues, divorce, blended families, military issues, parenting, job and academic stress, sexual identity issues, anxiety, depression, trauma and grief. During a comprehensive assessment, I help my clients identify areas of satisfaction as well as areas they would like to change.
(919) 710-8847
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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Pastoral Counselor, MDiv, ThM, DMin
“My work is with adults and older adolescents (usually 18 and up)and about a fourth of my practice is with couples.  Common issues treated include anxiety, panic, depression, stress management (e.g., coping with rigors of graduate school, or a busy lifestyle), couple's communication issues, relational conflict, and other issues that can impact fulfillment in work and personal life. 
(919) 561-6118
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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