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Therapists in Asheville

Marjorie Skwara, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, SEP
“Whether you have a current personal or relationship crisis, or an ongoing problem, I can help you increase your peace, satisfaction, effectiveness, and understanding of yourself and others. Want joy and satisfaction in your life, and yet circumstances, known or unknown, seem to keep getting in the way? I offer tools for changing that. We will work with both the conscious brain, and with the instinctive brain, which has a mind and a life of its own. Many who've had much therapy, made good changes but not fundamental shifts, have happily transformed their lives working this way with me.
(828) 527-6123
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Joe Early II, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal as a therapist is to help participants uncover their inner strength and ability to adapt to challenging life experiences. I enjoy creating new relationships based on the common goal of growth and I always attempt to make therapy an enjoyable experience, whether working with an 8 year old or a 49 year old! I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship as well as the opportunities for nature and therapeutic activities to increase personal growth. Most importantly, I believe in the ability for positive change to occur with an individual who is dedicated to this pursuit.
(828) 539-4017
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
Cassie Whiteside, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Life can be wonderful, but it can also be messy and difficult at times. I work with people who face a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, and life changes. I believe that every person is unique, and I bring respect for that uniqueness into the therapeutic relationship. I am continually fascinated at the complexity, creativity, and resiliency of people. It is my hope that my clients feel genuinely valued and gain further understanding of themselves and their behaviors through the collaborative exploratory work we do together. Then a new way of living becomes possible.
(828) 475-4381
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Linda S Wilson, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience in helping people deal with depression, anxiety, relationships, GLBT issues and adult ADD/ADHD. I am also a three-time cancer survivor and have a special interest in working with other survivors and/or their care-takers. Most of my clients are dealing with the usual, developmental life issues: a change in relationship, job, career, living situation, health, finances or all of the above! I am here to help you talk about these topics to understand yourself and the situation better and to develop some strategies to help you change.
(828) 564-1297
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Kirk Webb, Counselor  in Asheville
“All matters that bring us to counseling inevitably result in dissatisfying relationships. I work to address both the problem that brings you to counseling and the inevitable relational strain. We will work together to help you find relief from emotional and relational pain and dissatisfaction, and we will work to give you hope for a more meaningful and satisfying life.
(828) 484-2083
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Carey Cook, Counselor  in Asheville
“All people have the ability to heal themselves, from children to adults. Every person has the ability to improve the quality of their lives and their relationships, especially when given an accepting, safe environment to explore these challenges. Has there been a trauma in your life? Are you or your child feeling lost, in a difficult relationship or suffering from depression or anxiety? Did something happen that shook your world and you can't move past it? It can be helpful to have a trained professional help you organize the challenges in life and create a plan to overcome them.
(518) 320-7312
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Chris Mulchay, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I specialize in ADHD assessments and learning disorder evaluations. These assessments can often be completed within one day. I also conduct individualized psychological assessments and evaluations that are purposefully designed to meet your specific needs. I am passionate about helping individuals achieve optimal health, using both creative and research supported methods.
(828) 743-8947
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
Guy Morganstein The Relationship Center, Counselor  in Asheville
“I believe that anyone can make changes necessary to improve their mood, relationships, and quality of life. With over 30 years of mental health and substance abuse counseling experience, my focus is on helping you, your partner, and/or your family identify and implement practical strategies to solve problems, reach goals, and create lasting change. Some of my main areas of focus include helping couples improve communication, and avoid patterns which result in conflict, and working with children and adolescents with behavior and mood problems. I work with you in a safe, compassionate, and confidential environment, and respect of your needs and desires.
(828) 337-7549
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Judy Figura, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
“Life's crises and challenges can be difficult and often painful. They also offer us a chance to re-focus our attention and move forward in a healthy direction. From this vantage point, life's problems can be a pathway to self-growth. Therapy can be a helpful tool, as you seek healing and positive changes in your life. I work with individuals, couples, and families from ages 16 and up, who are facing difficult life transitions, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, relationship problems, and recovery from traumatic events.
(828) 615-8327
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Danielle Maxon, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
“Are you feeling hopeless when it comes to helping your child or teen? Many parents I work with come to me feeling lost, helpless, frustrated and scared for their child's future. They have tried everything, sometimes other types of therapy, but nothing works. Some of the families I help have been struggling for months or even years without success.
(828) 756-3881
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Elizabeth Elliott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“Perhaps you are reading this because you seek relief from frequent worries about the future or the past. Maybe thoughts and actions interfere with your work, relationships, or other key aspects of your life. Or possibly you are experiencing problems in an especially important relationship, or you seek direction and clarity in your life. If any of these things are true for you, I may be able to help. My specialties include helping individuals who suffer from obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors, those with any form of anxiety, and couples who desire to stay together but are struggling.
(828) 338-2640
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Michael Fagan, Counselor  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, LCAS, NBCCH
“Clear, Resolve, Transform. I help clients discover and resolve subconscious causes for emotionaI and behavioral difficulties. The Subconscious controls emotions, desires, memory, habits, thoughts, dreams, and automatic responses. One may consciously understand the value of eliminating problematic emotions, thoughts or behaviors but unless the Subconscious Mind is reached, enduring change is unlikely. I address the underlying subconscious blocks to living a clear and free life. I have effectively treated sexual abuse, trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, phobias, addictions and more. Issues are cleared, clients report being able to function with more energy and clarity. Relationships thrive and lives are transformed.
(828) 348-4154
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Bryan Dieterich, Counselor  in Asheville
“I hold the belief that all human beings are striving to do the best they can as they navigate through life's many challenges, joys and perils. I see my role as therapist as helping clients identify their true needs and desires, clarify their goals, transcend ways of being that are not serving them, and come into a stronger awareness of themselves and the world around them.
(828) 365-6068
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Susan Marie Ward, Counselor  in Asheville
“Does your child have attachment issues, early-life trauma, RAD (reactive attachment disorder) or challenges relating to adoption? Are you exhausted and frustrated? I work with adoptive families whose children have behavioral, emotional, and/or social challenges. These issues may relate to adoption, trauma, attachment, RAD, grief, life challenges/transitions, and more. My office is in Biltmore Park, Asheville, North Carolina.
(828) 536-4814
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Max Weissman, Counselor  in Asheville
“If you are like most parents you knew perfectly well that having a teenager wasn't going to be easy. When your child initially started growing-up and acting-out, you probably thought that this was just another phase. Now you may be asking yourself : What exactly is going on? Is my child always going to be like this? Will they be this way forever? All you want to do is help your child, even though it is extremely difficult to know what to do- I want you to know that I hear you, and I am here to help.
(828) 675-2814
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Mary Ellen Griffin, Psychologist  in Asheville
“To me, the most important things I do as a psychologist are to listen to you carefully and attentively; and to respond in such a way that you feel heard and understood on a deep level. Many people come to psychotherapy feeling their problems or symptoms don't make sense, leaving them feeling worried or discouraged. In our meetings, we will discuss your feelings and experiences, so you can learn more about what you do feel, and how your feelings do in fact make sense, given what you've been through in your life.
(828) 516-9603
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Christopher Dellicarpini, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am an experienced clinician, who works with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, with a strong focus on assessment, proper diagnoses and individualized treatment plans for issues such as substance abuse, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, chronic pain disorders, and eating disorders
(828) 254-0749
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Margie Allison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
“Yay, you're here! This probably means you're wanting to grow and stretch beyond what you have been, into an even more balanced and authentic version of yourself. Meeting, guiding and supporting you in your journey is what I was born to do and is one of my passions. I can help by guiding you through your own process of healing, self reflection and skill building based upon my own life experiences, as well as my professional training as a clinical social worker and addiction specialist.
(828) 394-4573
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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