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Therapists in Asheville

Jamie Brazell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MMFT, LMFT
“I love being a therapist because I feel truly honored to earn the trust of my clients and to be in the role of a caring professional. I provide therapeutic counseling for adults as individuals, within romantic relationships, or with teens and their parents. I have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma (sexual abuse, domestic violence, and other forms of trauma) and those suffering from symptoms of anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, attachment issues, and various other issues that can influence a person's quality of life.
(828) 293-4027
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
Giselle Bango, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LCAS
“Through my practice, I engage individuals, couples, families and groups to explore the systems and relationships they live in. I aim to help clients make transformations desired and work toward the lives they want or seek to live. Through personal exploration, validation, skills building and hope, the journey is possible. My orientation is cognitive behavioral, somatic and trauma based, in which the impact of thoughts, feelings and behaviors internally and externally affect one's life and relationships, as well as, attachment experiences. I am trained in EMDR, cognitive behavioral approaches, dialectical behavioral therapy, family systems and substance abuse.
(828) 202-4306
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Jennifer Daigle, Counselor  in Asheville
“The most powerful tool available to you is not the realization of who you are...it is the option to create who you want to be. My privilege is to work with clients who are deciding to give themselves choice in how they think, respond, and, therefore, feel. Unique as your story is, you are not alone in your needs - relief from anxiety, resolution of conflict, or ability to trust. Whether you feel you are stuck completely or have just been circling the same chapter forever...good news. You have permission to turn the page.
(828) 484-2141
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Jenn Fieldman, Counselor  in Asheville
“Contacting a therapist is a big first step. I understand how important this can be and I provide a comfortable environment where you will find the support you need. You may be disappointed in your relationship or family, seeking support with a recent life transition, or you're just not feeling like yourself lately. Whether you're new to therapy or seeking a new perspective, I'm delighted to work with you.
(828) 634-7212
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Gordon D. Smith, Counselor  in Asheville
“<NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS> Thanks to everyone who voted me Best Therapist in western North Carolina in the 2013 and 2014 Mountain Xpress Best of WNC polls. If you want to set goals and find solutions, I may be the right counselor for you. My West Asheville Counseling practice is an affordable, convenient, confidential way to get to a better place in your life. I have a solution focused approach that emphasizes your strengths, talents, and past successes. Teens, Adults, and Families are invited to create better relationships and move through difficult times.
(828) 351-4130
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Rhonda Suzanne Karg, Psychologist  in Asheville
“Dr. Rhonda Karg is a clinical psychologist who specializes in solution-focused treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance use among adults and adolescents. Dr. Karg is dedicated to providing evidence-based treatment and consultation services. She provides a warm, supportive, and nurturing environment in therapy while encouraging personal responsibility in patients. Dr. Karg holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology (with minors in substance abuse and behavioral pharmacology) and is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Care Provider. Her professional experience spans two decades, and her career encompasses a wide range of activities in clinical, academic, and research settings.
(828) 358-0378
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Gestalt Wellness Studio, Counselor  in Asheville
“I approach therapy with a delicate balance of humanness and professionalism. I do not have an ideal client. I do have more experience, knowledge and/or skill in some areas than in others. I am generally open to working with anyone. If you and/or I decide that your needs are not being met and/or there is another opportunity available to you, I will support you, refer you, and try to assist you (if you want my assistance) in finding a way to get your need(s) met.
(828) 270-7787
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Sabine Boots, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Are you a woman 40+ who wants to redefine her life? I enjoy working with women who want to recreate an energizing vision for their future. If your current issues make you feel depleted, at times aggravated, or even hopeless don't despair. Career problems or relationship issues in partnerships or larger family can shift. As we follow these issues to their roots they time and again help you find the healing you seek and lead you to a new paradigm shift within. I will help you establish new patterns that originate from a self-affirming inner perspective.
(282) 200-9576
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Heather Branham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's so important to find a therapist who's a good fit for your needs. My hope is that every client who enters my office feels welcome, safe, and heard. My goal is to offer a healing experience that differs from the disconnected way that many of us move through the world and our relationships.
(678) 771-6910
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Judith A Mishkin Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“In a safe and confidential setting, I invite you to take a break from all the busyness in your mind and life and give yourself the opportunity to heal and grow. I want to support you in designing your life in ways fulfilling and purposeful to you. I know what it takes to move beyond unhappiness, frustration, and uncertainty. No matter your age or life experiences, you are capable of growing and making invaluable internal and external changes. I can help you bring joy back into yourself and your life, with patience, persistence, and compassion.
(828) 539-4066
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
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
Mary H Davis,   in Asheville
Depress, Coach
“As a mindfulness-based practitioner my work with adults who struggle with depression starts by being fully present with their experiences and desired outcomes of our sessions. As a partner, not an expert, my goal is to facilitate their exploration of the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of their lives and cultivate healthy perspectives and practices that will support their healing. If you have gotten help, or are getting help from medication and/or therapy, but are still not satisfied with how you feel or how your life is going - you may benefit from the kind of relationship I offer.
(828) 398-0264
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Blue Ridge Art Therapy and Counseling, Counselor  in Asheville
“I support children, teens, and young adults who are struggling behaviorally and/or emotionally. Using art therapy, play therapy, and a variety of talk therapy approaches, my sessions are geared toward empowering the client, raising self-awareness, and improving communication within the family unit. I provide a safe, gradual, and non-threatening space where clients can explore their feelings, thoughts, and beliefs without feeling overwhelmed or pressured. Even very young children (3yrs+) can benefit from this playful form of expression, while moving through feelings that have not yet been acknowledged or understood.
(770) 467-3495
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Terry Shelton Sloan, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am a solution-focused, developmentally based, transitional therapist. I work with 18+ adults - with a particular interest in 20-somethings navigating Emerging Adulthood and all its challenges. I enjoy transitional work of any type: grief, career change, relationship development, new parent experiences, retirement, etc. I am particularly comfortable with college students - both in therapy and as an adjunct instructor and former college counselor for Western Carolina University.
(828) 414-3699
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  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.
(828) 633-6070
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Luella M Heetderks, Counselor  in Asheville
“My practice is with clients seeking emotional well-being, a deeper sense of themselves, and an improved ability to cope with the distress that accompanies life's challenges and problems. My practice is shaped by the principle that we all want to feel safe and that we matter in the world. Supporting persons through transitions, assisting recovery work and trauma healing, and helping people live meaningful lives despite chronic health conditions and/or substance abuse. I am skilled in helping people who struggle with emotional/mental health problems and who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder.
(828) 649-6235 x312
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Marie O Davis, Counselor  in Asheville
“Are you experiencing a difficult life situation or transition and desire to develop some new skills? Experiential therapies allow you to discover new skills and have new experiences that can change the way you feel about life, yourself, and your circumstances. Body, Soul, Spirit is an psychotherapy practice dedicated to helping adolescents and adults experience their innate ability to grow, heal, and feel safe connecting with others. Holistic therapy is rooted in the knowledge that if we experience feeling and doing something differently, it can reorient us to our whole and authentic self. Change becomes possible and joy can reemerge.
(828) 668-5335
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Heidi Andersen, Counselor  in Asheville
“My passion is True Self midwifery. I create a compassionate and nurturing space to inspire and empower women on a Reclaiming Beauty journey by facilitating freedom from their personal struggles and challenges. I believe the counseling process allows the True Self to emerge when the whole person is invited into the experience - Body, Mind and Soul. Body image mirrors self image. Clients I work with often use body image as a starting point to explore their relationship with Self, knowing that transforming this relationship is the key to transforming all relationships.
(828) 527-0564
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Laurie Kozar, Counselor  in Asheville
“It is my goal to support individuals with issues of grief due to the loss of a loved one. I especially want to bring this support to the LGBTQQIA community, as your loss can be much more complicated. Individuals identifying as LGBTQQIA are often unable to find a safe place to discuss their issues of grief and difficult life experiences. I offer that safe, caring space. Having lost my partner of 22 years to cancer, I know from personal experience the importance of grief counseling. At this difficult time, it is helpful to talk to someone who understands.
(828) 358-2484
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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