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Therapists in Blowing Rock

Carolyn W. Holder, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“Life events can leave you feeling lonely, hopeless, angry, overwhelmed and/or anxious. You may find that you are feeling "stuck" in the struggle. If this sounds like what you are going through, know that there is hope. You don't have to go it alone. I work with helping people transition difficult times in their lives and develop the skills necessary to create a healthier, happier life. It takes a lot of courage to seek out counseling in the midst of life's difficult circumstances; you have taken the first step.
(828) 475-1914
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Elizabeth R Abel, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“The counseling and coaching relationship is special in that it allows me to walk beside and support clients in a safe environment where we are able to explore together what you are struggling with and move towards healing and growth. In our first meeting, I will ask you to share your story, and together we will set goals for what you would like to accomplish in our time together. After that, we'll begin the journey of exploring areas you'd like to work on.
(828) 558-4009
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Jo Ann Orr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Blowing Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with and supporting individuals who are curious and motivated to move through the "stuck places" we all find ourselves in from time to time. I believe that our bodies have an inherent wisdom that, when listened to through mindfulness, will help direct and focus the therapy. While I specialize in treating childhood trauma, I also work with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship/personal growth challenges, as well as people struggling with illness and physical pain. I find great joy in walking with people on their journeys towards a more authentic, vibrant self...your own "True North"!
(828) 394-2417
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Christina M Howell, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“I believe we have the innate ability to heal our selves. We all have times when we feel separate, disconnected and unworthy. This can cause stress, frustration, anger, vulnerability, isolation, confusion, and being overwhelmed by life. We often need a light at the end of the tunnel to navigate through the confusion and gain perspective. My role is a guide on this personal journey to assist with that perspective and gain self acceptance. My work is an integration of my background in yoga, Buddhist practices and somatic movement that I call "Integrative Yoga Counseling".
(828) 536-4068
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Tammie Brettschneider, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“Thank you for viewing my profile. At this time, my schedule is at full capacity and I am not able to accept new clients. I will update as my schedule allows. Addressing the needs of families, couples, adults and adolescents, I bring a unique blend of life experience and personal triumph to the counseling room. Providing a safe and welcoming space for you to discover answers, formulate solutions and most of all reclaim hope!
(410) 734-2160
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Judy Scheel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Blowing Rock
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am licensed in both NC & NY specializing for 20 years in eating issues and the problems that often accompany them including: depression, self-harm, anxiety, substance use, sexual & physical trauma. I provide individual and family therapy and on-going groups. I work with other professionals who treat the medical and nutritional aspects of eating disorders. The goal of treatment is to create and maintain a safe environment for individuals and families in order to explore the psychological & interpersonal issues underlying symptoms. In addition, symptoms are addressed from a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach toward symptom elimination and toward developing a healthy self-image.
(914) 352-5131
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Fowler Cooper, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Blowing Rock
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It's helpful to have an objective, caring person with whom to solve issues. My focus in trying to do that is what is called cognitive-behavioral therapy. It deals with redirecting dysfunctional thinking and behaviors into more productive ones, whether one has serious issues or just problems with daily living. I do this from a Christian perspective if one gives me that freedom. This involves how ones faith can practically address needs or problems.
(828) 477-4724
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Lyric Fitzgibbon, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“Hello. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. My experience includes individual and family treatment for children, adolescents and adults. I am comfortable working with a variety of issues including behavioral problems, mood disorders, self-esteem issues, anxiety, trauma-related issues, and self-harming behavior. Throughout my career I have worked with people of all ages, from a variety of backgrounds. My approach is person-centered and supportive. I will challenge my clients when that is what's needed, but I am always compassionate in how I do so. My goal is to assist my clients with becoming their best selves.
(828) 319-2377
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Bob Hill, Psychologist  in Blowing Rock
“I provide Psychotherapy with a focus on understanding human behavior and helping people with their emotional difficulties and personal problems. Psychotherapy typically starts with an assessment of problematic symptoms and maladaptive behaviors that often intrude into a person's social life, school or work activities, and physical health. Specific strategies are employed to alleviate specific problems causing distress such as depression, anxiety or relationship problems. Self-knowledge is an important key to changing attitudes and behavior. Psychotherapy may involve the development of insight as to how our physical health may be compromised in many ways by emotional and relationship issues.
(828) 398-0102
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
Suzette Patterson, Counselor  in Blowing Rock
“My counseling style is a compassionate, cognitive-behavioral approach to problem-solving and self-discovery. I believe therapy is a dynamic process that involves active engagement for both the therapist and the client. My goal is to provide a nonjudgmental atmosphere for you to share your life, relationships, and concerns. Honesty on your part will help me understand your thoughts, feelings, and concerns.
(828) 319-2206
Office is near:
Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605
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