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Therapists in Durham

Heather Langan, Counselor  in Durham
“Life can be hard. Relationship issues. Childhood abuse. Addiction. An experienced counselor can help you address what's not feeling right, clarify your vision for your life and generate profound change. It IS possible to feel healthier, more fulfilled and balanced in life. I use a practical, nonjudgmental approach with no-nonsense guidance to propel you further down the road to your best life.
(919) 261-7037
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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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
Jonas Horwitz, PhD, Psychologist  in Durham
“As a licensed Clinical Psychologist my goal is provide a safe and caring place where you can talk about your thoughts and feelings. My focus is on helping you build on your own strengths to better cope with problems and challenges you may be facing in your life. I can help you discover the necessary skills to become more effective in getting what you really want from both your personal relationships as well as in your career. I am especially interested in helping people develop deep and meaningful relationships in which they feel respected and deeply valued.
(919) 666-3819
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
Tina Lepage, Psychologist  in Durham
“I subscribe to a solution-focus philosophy, in which I strive to address the problem as quickly as possible, but with enough depth to avoid relapse. I set goals early in treatment with adults and couples, or with children/teenagers and their families, so we can find successful solutions and change behavior problems, emotional difficulties, academic difficulties, or family problems as soon as possible. I love people and people's stories, and am always truly and deeply interested in the story of every child, teen, and adult I meet. I also think laughter is therapeutic and therapy can be fun.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Erica Blystone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help people get the most they can out of each session, and provide strong support around incorporating new skills into daily life to help you create a life you love. I take the time to get to know a person well, but also help them start the process of change and progress immediately. As a cognitive-behavioral therapist, new skills include thinking differently and acting differently. I have a solution-focused style that gives direction throughout the therapy process, from goal setting to assessment of progress - both of which are done collaboratively with the client.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
LaTesha McIntosh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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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
Jennifer Freifeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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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
Durham DBT, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Finding it difficult to cope with day-to-day stressors is a common experience. Maybe it seems as though your emotions are difficult to control or that your emotions are controlling your life. Perhaps you cannot seem to move beyond anxiety or depression no matter how hard you try. For some, interpersonal difficulties seem to be a problem. You may find it difficult to get along with others, or, you would like more meaningful relationships, but aren't quite sure how to go about connecting with others.
(919) 887-2835
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Kevin J Ryan, Counselor  in Durham
“My approach Integrative Psychotherapy draws primarily from Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Insight Meditation. It is my experience that people make changes in their lives in therapy when they feel appropriately supported and understood. This combined with awareness developed through mindfulness practices enables people to take the insights cultivated in therapy sessions and implement them in their lives. I see therapy as an opportunity to explore how our thoughts and perceptions about our life situations, determine the quality of how we experience our lives. Our self-perceptions developed throughout our lives, are often our greatest impediment to changing our lives.
(919) 246-8765
Durham, North Carolina 27712
Irene Belle Skowronek, Psychologist  in Durham
“I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative, creative, evidence-based, results-oriented, flexible, and holistic. People often arrive at psychotherapy when they want to deal with problems, alleviate emotional suffering, make a change, move in a new direction, or find well-being. I try to balance acceptance and change, acknowledging that the first step towards change is accepting reality. I think the therapeutic relationship needs to be a real and genuine connection. I value being kind, genuine, thoughtful, direct, honest, and playful as a person and a therapist.
(919) 883-9131
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
David Kirsh, Counselor  in Durham
“I believe one of the most valuable experiences someone can have in their life is to be truly heard. You may find me well-suited to helping you as I'm calm, empathic and nonjudgmental -- people have told me. I treat clients who struggle with anxiety, depression and relationship problems among other difficulties.
(919) 695-9162
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Marjorie Scheer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CHWC
“I work with adults over 21 who are moving through life or work transitions or who are struggling in their intimate relationships in various ways. I often work with patients who have tried therapy before and sense that now is the time to dig in more deeply in order to break free from entrenched habits or challenges. In my coaching work, I specialize in adult ADHD coaching, and also enjoy general life coaching.
(919) 582-7547
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Lindsey Copeland, Psychologist  in Durham
“Our struggles can illuminate the most beautiful, human parts of who we are, and they can empower us to redirect the stories of our lives. Therapy can be a powerful tool to transform a personal narrative in positive, meaningful ways. As a psychologist trained in research-supported therapy, I can help you or your child develop the insight, skills, and confidence you need to overcome obstacles and achieve that transformation. I will approach our work together with warmth, humor, empathy, and creativity, and I will collaborate with you to tailor treatment to your unique needs.
(919) 948-2597
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Find a psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, physician's assistant, nurse practitioner, specialist or a counselor for mental health and wellness in North Carolina: Raleigh, Durham, Mebane, Asheville, Chapel Hill, Cary and Wake Forest. At Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, your care drives every decision we make. We understand that our clients need accessible, comfortable, safe places to seek care. We also understand that each client's needs are unique. Having access to over 60 professional associates with unique areas of mental health care expertise who can work together allows us to provide our clients with the best possible care available. With thirteen locations in the North Carolina Triangle, Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC is a partnership of experienced psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, psychologists and therapists providing quality, compassionate mental health care for each client's unique needs.
(919) 929-9610
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Dian (Dede) Dugan, Counselor  in Durham
“Since 1998 I have worked with women who are healing from trauma, especially sexual, physical, emotional, verbal and spiritual abuse. They may be feeling depressed, have low self-esteem, struggle with difficult memories, are processing relational matters or wanting to change behaviors. Many clients have told me that they had not believed that there was any help for them but that our work together had opened doors for personal breakthroughs and new perspectives. Additionally, my experience as a therapist on the psychology staff of a local psychiatric hospital has equipped me to assist clients who have serious mental illness.
(919) 887-6808
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Barbara Lowe-Greenlee, Psychologist  in Durham
“I enjoy helping children, adolescents, adults, parents, & families attain the solutions and quality of life which they are seeking. In therapy, I facilitate hope, encouragement, and empowerment, as I partner with clients to achieve unique client-centered solutions. I use therapeutic techniques that are designed to meet those goals (e.g., Dialectical Behavior Therapy-DBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-CBT, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing-EMDR, Mind/Body techniques, Problem Solving, Family Systems approaches). I also have a specialty in Evaluation, spanning developmental, autism spectrum, educational, psychiatric, personality, neuropsychological, & aptitude domains. I work well other professionals to provide an integrated care package.
(919) 585-1575
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Candace Patterson, Psychologist  in Durham
“I specialize in providing individual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adults with concerns that include anxiety problems (e.g., generalized anxiety, phobias, OCD), managing chronic medical illness (e.g., diabetes, heart disease, lung disease), mood disorders (e.g., depression, dysthymia), life transitions (e.g., changing jobs, retirement, divorce), stress, and changing health behaviors, such as smoking or overeating. I have particular expertise helping people learn to cope with and manage diabetes. I enjoy working with a variety of clients, including those who are diverse in terms of ethnicity, sexual orientation, economic status, nationality, and cultural background.
(919) 533-4126
Durham, North Carolina 27704
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