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Therapists in Asheville

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
Elena Lange, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I think sometimes we hit roadblocks in life, and having a supportive person who can guide you through these times can be truly beneficial. Often we are stuck by old behavior patterns or self-limiting beliefs. These can be very painful. I have helped many people throughout my 25 years of practice to overcome painful mood disorders, addictions, overwhelming anxiety and many other life-hindering problems, and helped them to achieve their goals and become the person they have always wanted to be. .
(828) 558-0086
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Catherine Cope, Counselor  in Asheville
“Often, in our efforts to experience vitality, we find ourselves frustrated, confused or even feeling broken. Counseling enables us to meet and move beyond barriers to a sense of joy, safety, and satisfaction.
(828) 649-7910
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Catherine Shane, Counselor  in Asheville
“Therapy is about exploring where you are and where you want to go. Its about envisioning the life you want and wondering what's holding you back. Sometimes we get so caught up in our stories, we forget that we can change. Yet we are so resilient! I love helping people befriend themselves and celebrate all of who they are. Together we can face your most trying moments with grace and integrity. We can identify obstacles, and explore practical solutions. I value giving you the support and perspective you need to feel grounded and whole.
(828) 756-3149
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
J J Knodel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Don't forget that self-discovery can be liberating and exciting. The objective here is understanding how your approach influences fulfillment in life, and how experimenting with changes can transform your experience. Many people I have assisted, who have spent years on the run, make comments like, "That wasn't that bad," or "frightening." I can help you ease into this process while allowing your senses to inform you of what your mind alone cannot. It is through mindful observation of this interplay of senses, emotions, thoughts, and impulses that your own personal wisdom becomes accessible and healing becomes possible.
(828) 385-4523
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Breese Anderson, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I am passionate about helping my clients create sustainable, meaningful change. I have extensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which can help you feel more capable of making difficult changes while also learning to accept yourself and your life unconditionally. I approach each session with compassion and non-judgmental curiosity, while at the same time providing direct and honest feedback. I have been a student of yoga for over 10 years and work with my clients from a holistic perspective, integrating and understanding the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of a person's experience.
(503) 766-5047
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
Charles Mark Knecht, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I believe therapy is a collaboration between the therapist and the client. You are the expert on you. I bring my training in psychology, and years of experience in dealing with human issues and concerns. We work together to find practical solutions to the issues you are experiencing. I work very hard to understand your concerns, thoughts and feelings. If I understand correctly what the issues are then I have the clinical experience to draw upon to be able to offer potential solutions that you will be comfortable with.
(828) 350-1433
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Janelle Railey, Counselor  in Asheville
“Finding the right therapist is an important and sometimes difficult process. I suggest an initial consultation for you to meet me, discuss your concerns and get a sense of who I am and our connection. My approach is nurturing, mindful and responsive to your unique situation. I emphasize self-reflection and understanding over pathology and believe that therapy works best as an active partnership. I will be doing my part well if you feel you can safely explore anything that comes up for you in our time together. If you have thought about therapy, I encourage you to try it.
(828) 656-0784
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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
Christy Gunther, Counselor  in Asheville
“I have a general practice whereby I offer individual and couple counseling. My approach is client-centered and I utilize several different therapeutic modalities, according to what is most effective with each individual client.
(828) 354-0395
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Asheville Consultation: Modern Psychoanalysis, Counselor  in Asheville
“Bill Frost and Anna Frost offer a comfortable, reliable, confidential place to address personal problems large and small. They initially met at Naropa University in the Contemplative Psychotherapy program and have continued in-depth clinical training for 22 years. They currently provide supervision for LPCs and for LPCAs.
(828) 352-2359
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Dani W. Fake, Counselor  in Asheville
“As humans, we have the potential to live fulfilling, meaningful lives. There are many things that get in the way of that, and our work together will consist of exploring your specific barriers and concerns. A common misconception about counseling is that there is something wrong with you if you seek it. But here's what you need to know: There is nothing wrong with you! You may feel out of control, be experiencing depression, anxiety, a major life transition, recovering from trauma, or a whole host of other struggles. But, there is nothing wrong with who you are.
(828) 398-0091
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
Rebecca Lee Withrow, Counselor  in Asheville
“I help women in all stages of life who are struggling with life stressors and transitions, parenting and relationship issues, depression and anxiety, and past trauma. My passion is work with mothers. I believe an investment in a mother's wellbeing is an investment in the whole family's functioning and happiness. I work with new and expectant mothers to prevent/relieve perinatal depression, strengthen support systems, and get growing families off to a healthy start. I work with veteran moms on all kinds of issues, from values conflicts, motherhood identity, career/family balance and improving relationships with partners and families.
(828) 368-4571
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Rachel Weiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
“Walking through the healing process with my clients is an honor for me. I work with a variety of issues in my practice, with a focus on healing from trauma and addiction. I can also help with life changes and stress, anxiety, eating disorders, struggles with self-esteem, relationship and marital issues, along with depression and other mood disorders. Passionately concerned about their wellbeing, I work hard to meet the needs of each individual, not providing "cookie-cutter" therapy. I provide a safe, non-judgmental, empathic space essential for healing.
(828) 585-5024
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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
Heather Ulrich, Psychologist  in Asheville
“My clinical expertise includes attachment disorders, parenting education and support, trauma focused treatment, and infant mental health (birth to five years). However, I have extensive experience working with children and families with a wide range of diagnoses as well as adults and couples. I enjoy working with individuals and families of all diversities. My approach is grounded in the latest research on brain development, trauma, attachment, and empirically supported treatments. I believe in the power of relationships to both create and address problems. Every treatment is tailored to fit the specific needs and goals of the individual or family.
(828) 398-4134
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Debbie Wren Hill, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am passionate about helping children, teens, young women and parents find their way in relationship with each other and the complex world in which we live. I bring an eclectic approach to counseling, valuing above all the relationship that forms between therapist and client. I am honored to bear witness to an individual's story and journey back to balance. In addition to supportive counseling, I have been trained in play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and parent education. I offer individual counseling as well as small group therapy for children and teens of all ages.
(828) 634-7251
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Sommerville Bevilaqua, Counselor  in Asheville
“Entering into therapy requires courage and vulnerability. It is an adventure in which we don't know the outcome and we can't anticipate what will arise along the way. My goal is to provide a supportive partnership in this process of discovery and to help the client create new ways of making meaning in life. I bring an attitude of curiosity to my work and incorporate humor and authenticity as important components of the therapeutic relationship. My belief is that by increasing self-awareness and cultivating acceptance, it is possible to change the way we relate to ourselves and others.
(828) 330-4816
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
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