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Therapists in Asheville

Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“Carolina Partners was established in 1994 with two offices; one in Henderson, NC and one in Chapel Hill, NC. In the last 20 years we've added 14 locations in NC and have become the largest private mental health practice in the area.
(877) 876-3783
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Ann 'Barrie' Bondurant, Counselor  in Asheville
“Are you struggling? Asking for help is the first step toward getting better, I take a holistic perspective on problems that affect the mind and the body. If you are looking for someone to respect you as you are and help you to get where you want to go, then I may be the right therapist for you.
(828) 537-4379
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Jonathan B. Railey, Counselor  in Asheville
“My belief is that talk therapy with a skilled clinician can help identify opportunities to touch into sounder, healthier ways of being. The result of the therapeutic relationship is a renewed, unfolding sense of order and understanding. Therapy can help us abide difficult times and continue to grow, which can make for a sensible optimism- or what Nietzsche called "a sacred Yes." It can also be of use as a means of ongoing personal attuning and exploration. The identification and relinquishing of tendencies & habits that inhibit growth is a natural consequence of this process.
(828) 393-4380
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Pripo Teplitsky, Counselor  in Asheville
“Are you overwhelmed or unsatisfied with your life? Do you want change but are having difficulties taking the necessary steps for making it happen? Are you longing for connection and love, and less conflict with those you love? I specialize in working with individuals and couples dealing with relationship issues. I also help adults who are feeling unhappy in other parts of their lives. As your therapist I am here to take your thoughts and feelings seriously and help you make sense of your life in order to begin the process of change.
(828) 712-8398
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Linda K Harrison, Counselor  in Asheville
“Entering into counseling takes both courage and vulnerability. Finding an effective and personal counselor is the task at hand. The approach that I use in counseling is one of trust and mutual respect, believing that every person has within them everything they need to grow and learn in life. Identifying and drawing forth those skills and strengths as well as an action plan for change is crucial for problem resolution. My approach in counseling is holistic as is my approach to self-healing, working with body, mind, and Spirit. They are truly connected. Working with any one area will impact the others.
(828) 537-4094
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Amy Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, MS, LCSW
“Feeling lost, isolated, confused, and unsure what can help? If you are having difficulty feeling connected to life, people you care about, even yourself...then pursuing therapy can help. I offer clients tools to improve these connections and to feel an improved sense of inner peace and life balance.I utilize a mindfulness approach to feeling more grounded and include body centered work to create an improved sense of well being, cognitive behavioral work, solution focused therapy and traditional insight oriented psychotherapy.
(773) 372-1627
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Elli H. Schmeltekopf, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am trained in a modality that focuses on working with patterns that are stuck in the body. In the history of psychotherapy, we first focused on the mind and thoughts. Then we realized more was needed and we focused on emotions. The latest research indicates that so much of what drives us in our day to day responses is actually based on patterns laid down in the body either when we were very young or when we had stressful or traumatic life events.
(828) 528-2985
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Amber Kilkenny, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a passion for helping individuals understand and build on personal strengths while addressing challenges. I believe that taking an honest, directive and nurturing approach is the key to successful treatment. The predominate therapeutic modalities I use are CBT, EMDR, Expressive Art Therapy, Behavioral and Psycho Educational. Over the years I have worked to find unique ways to adapt common therapeutic approaches to meet the developmental needs of each individual. Currently I am exploring ways women can use EMDR to address beliefs that are presenting challenges during the prenatal, birthing and postpartum phases of their journey.
(828) 527-6129
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Nancy Mercer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS
“My approach to therapy is collaborative, direct and engaging. I offer a safe, welcoming and compassionate environment for reflection and deepening awareness. I help my clients to explore their habitual patterns that may be keeping them stuck and offer skills and tools for change. My strengths include my warmth, my sense of humor and my ability to teach and empower.
(828) 484-2144
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Mark Durham, Counselor  in Asheville
“I commit to my clients a dedication toward a healthy resolution of presenting issues and toward achievement of goals cooperatively chosen. I work extensively with middle and high school aged males, individuals with anxiety and depression, couples, and with those facing grief issues.
(828) 351-4286
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, Psychiatrist  in Asheville
“Carolina Partners was established in 1994 with two offices; one in Henderson, NC and one in Chapel Hill, NC. In the last 20 years we've added 14 locations in NC and have become the largest private mental health practice in the area.
(877) 876-3783
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Cricket Greer, Counselor  in Asheville
“In my practice I offer an integrative approach that draws from 25 years of experience in the healing arts. I am primarily influenced by Depth, Buddhist, Humanistic, Somatic, Cognitive Behavioral, Gestalt, and Expressive Arts approaches.
(828) 575-5063
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Geoffrey Bullock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“Life can be hard and get pretty messy sometimes. If you're looking for a therapist, chances are that you're in one of those times and feeling unhappy, confused, or hurting in some area of your life. Very likely you've already talked with family or friends and done what you know to resolve the issue, but find yourself still struggling with it. My goal is to help you reach the clarity that will let you feel confident in your decisions... and then to assist and support you to take the steps that lead into the changes you desire.
(828) 407-1403
Asheville, North Carolina 28805
Lindsay Okeefe, Counselor  in Asheville
“I work with adults and couples who have a wide range of goals and challenges. I believe connection to oneself, to others, to community and to spirit are fundamental issues that underlie the particular problems people bring to therapy, as well as the solutions that emerge through therapeutic work.
(828) 484-0019
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Peyton Kinnaird, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am encouraged by the resilience of the human spirit. We have an incredible ability to heal and make meaning out of our lives. Within a comfortable therapeutic relationship that is built on trust, the power of telling ones story is transformative and can provide the fuel for making courageous life changes. I work with a range of issues and disorders, including depression, grief, anxiety,attachment and relationship struggles. I have years of experience in trauma recovery work with survivors of violence and sexual abuse. In my work I offer authenticity and direct communication as a compliment to my knowledge base.
(828) 705-1157
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Andrea Bishop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I look at your concerns in the context of your childhood experiences, your current family and your life environments. These patterns repeat themselves. People pick up on cues that communicate what you expect out of them and what they expect out of you. These patterns are no accident, you create them! The good news is you can change them! You are like a magnet, and I help you identify what you're attracting and we change your patterns of attraction to healthy ones. It takes practice, but it can be done, and it will affect the rest of your life!
(828) 333-7816
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Pamela Millis, Counselor  in Asheville
“Welcome to my profile, and thank you for visiting! I encourage you to schedule an initial consultation to provide you the opportunity to meet me, discuss your concerns, and get a sense for how my working style might meet your needs as well as your personal preferences. Many of my clients are people who seek a mature, well-trained and dedicated practitioner with years of experience. I provide individual, couples and family therapy for adolescents and adults seeking help with relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, identity issues, and the "stuckness" that can develop when repetitive patterns limit growth and well-being.
(828) 545-4563
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Michael Rommal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“My expertise and passion is working with adolescents, adults, and families. An area of special interest and focus is the healing of trauma. I use a gentle and non-invasive approach called Somatic Experiencing. It helps with anxiety, anger, depression, and also more difficult to reach problems such as disturbed sleep, digestion problems and chronic pain.
(828) 634-4187
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Isabel Soler, Counselor  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MS, LPC, CHt, LCAS
“I rely on an integrated approach to psychotherapeutic treatment, facilitated within a holistic and healing environment. I utilize a combination of traditional theoretical orientations and methodologies, such as cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic orientation, existential and humanistic, in order to arrive at a place of self discovery and healing.
(305) 834-4432
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Judith A Pepper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have experience in Chronic Mental Illness, Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Diagnosis, Personality D/O as well as Personal Growth & Relationship Issues. I have study extensively in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, an evidenced based treatment modality for growth and recovery.
(828) 538-4016
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
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