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Therapists in New Bern

Arlene Freyta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Bern
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“For the past 16 years, I have worked as a psychotherapist with a broad range of clients including adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I am also a geriatric specialist. I appreciate the uniqueness of each client and adapt my approach to meet the needs of each individual. I strive to create a safe environment and strong therapeutic relationship where my clients can feel open to express and explore feelings and thoughts. A client's capacity to communicate freely is one of the most important factors contributing to positive outcome.
(252) 506-4355
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Kathryn Tuttle MacMoran, Counselor  in New Bern
“As a seasoned professional in the addiction treatment field, my 10 years of clinical experiences cover a wide variety of issues that face individuals and their families. In collaboration with my clients, I provide an individually customized success plan. We face the issues of this life in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere where healing happens and growth becomes the enevitable outcome.
(252) 677-9976
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Inna K Porter, Counselor  in New Bern
“I believe counseling is a process by which we gain insight into ourselves.It is my responsibility to provide you with a safe environment to explore your thoughts and feelings. I use a combination of therapies, cognitive behavioral, reality based, person centered and motivational interviewing. I understand that every individual &situation is different, I will adapt to best fit the you. We will look at your cognitions and behaviors, to understand where you are and where you hope to be. My goal is to provide you with the strength to succeed, & with tangible resources and techniques that you can use outside of the counseling session.
(252) 654-9675
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Amy D James, Psychologist  in New Bern
“I am a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist located in New Bern, NC. I provide forensic psychological evaluations as ordered by the court, requested by attorneys, and requested by social services. Current evaluation areas include: Criminal Competencies, Violence Risk Assessment, Criminal Responsibility, Parental Fitness/Capacity, and Child Custody. I have completed over 1000 hours of forensic evaluations to date and regularly engage in continuing education and supervision in this area. My duty as a forensic evaluation is to aid the judicial system in answering psychological questions within a legal context while applying objective evaluation and knowledge of case law.
(252) 557-2949
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Jacqueline Puz, Pastoral Counselor  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MAEd, LPC
“My effectiveness has primarily been observed through marriage work, working with issues of intimacy, finances, relational, extended family, parenting, and infidelity. My qualifications also include helping those struggling with depression, anxiety and other mental disorders. My abilities and skills also include working with adolescent and young adults, helping them find and fulfill their purpose in life. My approach with individuals, marriages, and families is to help them discover biblical principles and the integration of thinking/behaving patterns that become useful in all stages of life and it's difficulties, and also understanding how their past affects their present.
(252) 677-5267
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Susan A Lansche, Counselor  in New Bern
“Years of working with women, families and couples continues to teach me that what is valued most is relationship and a sense of being heard. For most,the therapeutic relationship and discovery of their "voice" is the beginning of transformation. What a gift for me to be part of that process. Working from the framework of Person Centered Therapy, I marvel over my client's determination and abilities to overcome their depression, anxiety, co-dependency, use of substances, and negative self images (that developed as a result of abusive histories and/or unresolved grief). Holistically heart, mind and spirit!
(252) 410-1944
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Heather C Brewer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 15 years of experience addressing health and mental health issues and am passionate about the mind/body connection. In addition to my mental health training, I also have a Master's in Exercise Physiology. My focus is to assist clients in finding balance in their lives and helping them maximize their physical and emotional health. I specializes in treating depression, anxiety, grief, stress management, coping with chronic illness and healthy lifestyle modifications. I believe clients have the answers they need within themselves and my role is to help you get in touch with your own inner wisdom.
(252) 637-4673
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Bethanne Jacobson, Psychologist  in New Bern
“I have worked in the mental health field in a variety of settings since 1985. At that time, my work involved rehabilitation and vocational counseling, addiction, codependency, and traumatic brain injury. I joined the clinical staff at CBHG after completing my pre-doctoral internship in 2004 at UNC Charlotte Counseling Center. I was invited to join the partnership in 2008. Areas of interest include marital and relationship counseling, transitional issues, grief and loss, and assisting adults who were sexually abused as children. I have obtained specialty certification in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (sexual abuse).
(252) 392-0708
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Barbara Dunn, Counselor  in New Bern
“Most people are not sure exactly what psychotherapy is and who can benefit from it. in short, good therapy is: A way to improve your experience of life; A way to increase your joy in living; A way to boost your personal productivity; A way to learn how to create loving, honest relationships with other; A way to curtail or end emotional suffering; A way to stop self-defeating,painful, or destructive thinking and behavior patterns.
(252) 379-0272
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Mark L. Ruffalo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, LCSWA, AAPCSW
“I am a psychotherapist in private practice in New Bern and an adjunct faculty member in psychiatry at the University of North Carolina. I am one of the few psychoanalytic psychotherapists in eastern North Carolina. My approach to therapy, termed contractual psychoanalysis, seeks to help the patient understand his or her conflicts, motivations, and strategies, and places emphasis on the individual's freedom within the therapeutic arrangement. It is the most intensive form of psychotherapy and targets the underlying cause of the problem rather than simply dealing with the observable symptoms. I have experience working with a wide range of issues.
(252) 497-2501
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Lori K Hawkins, Psychological Associate  in New Bern
“My work includes individual therapy with children from the ages of five and up. I also enjoy working with adolescents as well as adult women. Areas of interest are anxiety, depression, divorce/family issues, parenting, behavioral problems, ADHD assessment and treatment, testing for IQ and learning disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, self esteem issues in young women and girls, testing to clarify diagnoses, and trauma assessment and treatment. I am certified to do Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) with adults, children, and adolescents.
(252) 624-0418
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Patricia A Toth, Counselor  in New Bern
“I bring a unique perspective to my counseling practice. It is a gift to be able to point my clients towards their innate health via three Principals (Mind, Thought, and Consciousness) that, when understood, taps into their natural wisdom and common sense. This is an inside out process that hightens awareness to bring forth new insightful thinking. Flow Thought, that is in the moment, solves problems, enhances relationships, brings good feelings of joy, compassion, and satisfaction for a meaningful life. This is an experiential, not an intellectual process. It is rich, fresh, and rewarding because it is the genuine self.
(252) 392-4371
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Bryce Kaye, Psychologist  in New Bern
“How many New Bern counselors are experts and published authors in their field? It's a relevant question. Are you willing to be surprised? There really is competent help for you if you're willing to do some research. Over 34 years of practice with thousands of couples and individuals as well as my independent research have allowed me to develop valuable tools that you can have for free just by visiting my website. It will only take you a minute to see if I'm telling the truth whether you want individual counseling or couples work.
(252) 388-9531
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, msw, mph
“Life is difficult. Yet we all strive to be as happy as we can given the obstacles and challenges we must face. Everyone needs occasional or ongoing guidance and support to deal with fears, changes and transitions. While we can't avoid life's difficulties, we may be able to suffer less. Developing better coping skills, being mindful of self-defeating thinking patterns, and knowing we are not alone in dealing with worries can enhance life and help open up solutions to new and old problems.
(919) 371-2916
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Stephanie Scott, Counselor  in New Bern
“I am a National Certified Counselor (NCC #253322) through the National Board of Certified Counselors. I am also a Licensed Professional Counselor (#8544) and registered with the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors. To further my knowledge, I have successfully completed my course work in becoming a Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS). Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) is another form of trauma treatment and I received my certification for this program as well.
(252) 506-0337
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Jacqueline Fadeyi-Bryant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Sometimes life circumstances can occur and create significant problems and difficulty in our lives. These circumstances can be centered on adolescent/teen issues, parenting issues, marital problems, stress to include PTSD, sex abuse trauma, and issues with reintegration. As a certified grief recovery specialist I am able to assist with all types of profound losses. I have worked over 28 years as a professional social worker in a variety of settings to include government Installations that include military active duty and veterans, nursing home and Mental Health settings.
(910) 202-6512
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28560
Heidi Kilmer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Are you struggling with anxiety, depression or relationship issues? Is a feeling of being overwhelmed or stuck prevailing in your life? Have you recently been through a painful life event? These and other issues can interfere with living a full, rewarding life. I believe you are the expert of your life. My goal is to empower you while you are on a journey towards understanding, healing and wholeness. Therapeutic approaches encourage awareness of how our thoughts affect our feelings, realization of how the past impacts the present and future, and assists people in creating healthy boundaries with in their relationships.
(252) 200-3782
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28561
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with people to help them gain insight about themselves or their current relationship. I work with children ages 3 years and up and enjoy working with couples who want to work on relationship issues. As a child of a career service member, I am familiar with the challenges military families face such as multiple moves, trauma, deployments, new schools and dislocation from family support systems. I also worked for 23 years as a Child Protective Services worker and have experience working with children who have been a victim child abuse and neglect-especially physical and sexual Abuse.
(910) 853-6547
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28561
Kathryn Smith, Psychological Associate  in New Bern
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, HSP-PA
“What brings people to therapy? A sense that something's not right, the desire to stop feeling sad, worried or angry, and the desire to have an objective listener with no agenda other than to help do what's right for you. I believe people can make more effective choices and improve the quality of their lives if they have a better understanding of themselves and how they react/relate to the outer world. With many years experience in private practice, I've seen over and over again how would be "obstacles" have revealed personal strengths and opened new doors.
(252) 200-3792
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28562
Dawn Y Wright, Counselor  in New Bern
“Dawn Y. Wright LPC, LCAS is currently employed with CG Counseling and Consulting. The mission of CG Counseling and Consulting is to provide an innovative way to think about life's challenges. CG Counseling and Consulting also has a unique perspective on challenges facing military members and their families and is devoted to promoting the well-being of every client. The Counseling experience involves active participation of the client to ensure change, with the goal being to treat problems by working through issues, not by going around them.
(910) 249-6003
Office is near:
New Bern, North Carolina 28560

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