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Therapists in Durham

Lida Morawetz Jeck, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I will listen to your concerns and explain what treatment I think will be helpful. We will consider the impact of stress in your life, the challenges of growth into new phases of life, and also stumbling blocks in your ability to cope with life. A private confidential relationship allows you to explore your difficulties. My focus is on a thoughtful exploration of what is leading to your symptoms and clarifying changes you can make. Sometimes medication can be a useful adjunct to relieve symptoms that are incapacitating thereby freeing you to explore the origins of those symptoms.
(919) 493-5329
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
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
Ashley Trice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have experience working with adolescents, young adults, and families for over 5 years. As a therapist, I believe that people make lasting change through interpersonal relationships. I believe that effective therapeutic treatment occurs through a meaningful and reparative relationship. In therapy, I focus on relationships and how these impact our past as well as present relationships. I have experience with trauma, anxiety, depression, and attachment issues.
(704) 994-8114
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
“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
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
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, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“You will leave each therapy session with something more than you had when you came. It is a new perspective, information," homework," or simply a renewed sense of hope. Working together is about creating solutions and resolutions that enable you to move ahead. Empathy, caring, my ability to hear beyond the facts of your life story and sense your heartfelt center of concern are the qualities I bring to our work. It is not just my work, it is ours.Treatment evolves through our communication and relationship. Together we nurture courage, strength and your growing sense of what is possible.
(919) 275-2093
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
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
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
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
Marie Francis, Counselor  in Durham
“"Once upon a time..." is the beginning of many stories If you are seeking therapy, you have a story to tell. Perhaps your story is filtered through the lens of depression, anxiety, trauma or substance dependence. I will listen, and remain attentive to, and curious about the intricacies of your story. I will provide an atmosphere of safety without judgment so that enlightenment, healing and growth can take place. I enjoy using Family Systems approach to therapy and Motivational Interviewing techniques in my work with couples, families and individuals to help enhance and maintain rewarding relationships and manage life transitions.
(919) 432-4665
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Lili R Sznaidman ~ Clinical Supervision In Nc, 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
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
Carolyn R Craft, Counselor  in Durham
“When your thoughts or actions do not match your feelings, or you find that certain relationships are a problem, it could be time to explore what hidden patterns might be impacting your life. Because you are always in relationship to those in your world, whether family, work, or with a significant other; it is important to find ways to calm overwhelming emotions, overcome negative feelings, develop effective communication skills and discover the real issues in your life. In a non-invasive therapy environment, together we will build permanent resources to support you in being who you truly want to be.
(919) 429-7932
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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
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
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