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Family Therapists in Chapel Hill

Clare R Brown, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“I work with people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, the need for change and uncertainty of how to foster that. My approach to therapy is effective with children, parents, as well as with individuals, because of my premise: to work with our strengths, to identify and nourish them, gives us more solid ground. This gives us the courage and the clarity about ourselves to take further steps to increase our well being. My approach nurtures our capacity to be mindful, which allows us to foster a more effective, compassionate and transpersonal experience of ourselves, our resources and our problems.
Family
(919) 344-0148
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Jennifer J Allran, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, RN, MSN, PMHNP
“I became a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner as a second career choice. I had spent a decade working in various social service agencies such as medicaid and child protective services, and I had seen a lot of human suffering. Each person experiencing suffering wanted and needed someone to fully listen and to understand their unique experience; someone who could offer them hope that a means to suffer less was possible. I do what I do because each day I encounter extraordinary human beings who prove that "possible" is always possible.
Family
(919) 251-5622
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Elissa N Baldwin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My approach is to provide a safe space in which we can to tailor our work together to meet your individual needs. This often means understanding the roots of troubling experiences or relationships that may be barriers to working towards a sense of satisfaction with life in the present, not just symptom management. I especially enjoy working with creative people, and adults I work with often find that my expertise in work with children is useful in our work. With college/grad students and adults, I assist with stress management, life transitions, and managing family/peer relationships, among other issues.
Family
(919) 299-0236
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
David Rademacher, Psychological Associate  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, LPC, NCP
“My practice over the past 20 years has allowed me to gain experience around a variety of mental health issues. My graduate training focused on integrating Eastern spirituality and Western psychology, and the study of Buddhism has greatly informed my work. I have significant experience working with trauma and anxiety issues, and utilize a cognitive behavioral approach as well as a psychodynamic orientation. I also enjoy working with couples, families and teenagers. I see therapy as a collaborative partnership and a rewarding process of self discovery. Psychological evaluations and testing are also part of my practice and are available upon request.
Family
(919) 234-5120
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Stephanie Anderson-Ladd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“I specialize in helping individuals and couples with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, life transitions, parenting, separation and divorce, past sexual abuse and trauma and spiritual growth. I work with clients to facilitate meaningful change.
Family
(919) 914-0657
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Sage Navarra, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I do individual and couples work. I specialize in relationships, trauma and anxiety. My intention is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental relationship in which people can explore their feelings, needs, beliefs and perceptual frames in order to make significant and lasting changes. For some people learning the effective use of assertiveness and boundaries can be key components to healing.
Family
(919) 426-2713
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Page J. Littlewood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MBA, MS, LMFT
“My work supports individuals, couples, families and small businesses seeking to unlock their ability to access the best they have to offer. We all need to experience a secure bond with another to provide a safe haven for comfort and support and a secure base to go out into the world. Together, we can find the secure bond, fun, love, and caring masked by conflicts, connect you with the resources we are all born with that build self esteem, strengthen relationships, bring into awareness and transform old and familiar patterns of communication that are defensive rather than connecting.
Family
(919) 948-3457
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Gary Peterson, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
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Psychiatrist, MD, DLFAPA, DFAACAP
“Dr. Peterson is a Board Certified psychiatrist in private practice. He uses integrative psychotherapy approaches to promote focused, deep emotional resolution resulting in reconsolidation of memory - the neurobiological mechanism of change. Overwhelming triggering experiences in the present can be dissolved by developing self-soothing skills and by resolving the early foundations of currently disturbing triggering events. In this psychotherapy, psychodynamic approaches are supported by CBT, EMDR Therapy, Somatic Experiencing Therapy, energy psychotherapies (EFT, TFT, CEP, AIT) and mindfulness methods. Balancing, centering, and calming methods are introduced during the beginning sessions and reinforced throughout therapy.
Family
(919) 929-1171
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Malcolm Noell McLeod, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I have practiced psychiatry and psychoanalysis in THE SAME OFFICE for many years. If you are suffering emotionally, I believe there is no substitute for talking with an experienced psychotherapist. Many of my patients find that bringing dimly lit childhood memories out of the shadows and understanding them is life-changing, even life-saving. In addition to psychotherapy, many people also benefit from medications, which I prescribe for anxiety, depression, insomnia, ADHD, PTSD, and OCD. For people who cannot tolerate medication side effects, I suggest alternative strategies.
Family
(919) 344-0770
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Nancy L Smith, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, BC
“Is your life a struggle? Are your relationships not going the way you want? Give yourself a minute right now and take a deep breath. Good! Now, imagine that your life and your relationships are just the way you want. What needs to change so you get the life and love you want? Next, open yourself up to the belief that you have everything you need to create the life and love you want, you just aren't aware of it yet. Finally, gather support for yourself and prepare for an exciting journey of self discovery.
Family
(919) 695-9064
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Steven Clemens, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“I am a licensed professional counselor practicing in Orange County, North Carolina. I have extensive experience assisting families and couples with marital discord, behavioral issues, communication breakdowns, and parent-child conflict. My areas of interest include mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorders, childhood trauma, anxiety disorders, attention disorders, and behavior disorders. My goal is to empower each one of my client's by creating a non-judgmental therapeutic environment that respects their dignity and self-worth. I utilize a biopsychosocial approach to counseling that respects your biological, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual dimensions.
Family
(919) 374-2359
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Katherine A Prakken, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“Good therapy does not come from a treatment manual. It arises out of a trusting relationship with an experienced therapist who listens well, asks good questions, and is authentic, warm, and self-aware. That kind of therapeutic relationship permits vulnerability and allows personal growth to flourish. I have been a therapist for over 20 years and continue to profoundly enjoy the challenge and gratification of getting to deeply know and help other human beings. I think compassion, exploration of feelings, and feeling supported are crucial. At the same time, I also prioritize actual behavior change and symptom reduction.
Family
(919) 648-0557
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Linda Cherney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chapel Hill
“I have been working with individuals, couples and families for over 25 years. I enjoy coaching parents of young children, teens, and young adults. The challenges of the 21st century with changing family composition (remarriage, single parent, co parenting after divorce, grandparents parenting, gay/lesbian couples to name a few), technology changing rapidly, an economy that makes "launching" young adults often difficult. We have high expectations for ourselves and for happy, fulfilling relationships with our partners, our children, our families. I have the training and expertise to navigate this with you and your loved ones.
Family
(919) 328-3907
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been a Psychotherapist since 1993. I believe therapy is about empowering individuals, couples, and families to resolve their unique issues by gaining a better understanding of themselves, others and their current situations. I also work with individuals to identify underlying issues that efffect one's sense of self and unsatisfying relationships. Goals for many of my clients include identity development, increasing self-esteem, experiencing more meaningful relationships, gaining a stronger understanding of themselves, finding a sense of fulfillment and meaning in life, and resolving longstanding issues that keep them from achieving their desires and goals.
Family
(919) 439-6498
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Laurea Glusman McAllister, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CEDS
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in relationship issues, life transitions, spiritual issues, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, women's issues, and recovery from trauma or abuse. I take a relational approach to my work, as I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a key tool to building change. As clients build a healthy therapeutic relationship, they learn to live more healthfully in their relationships outside of therapy. I strive to be authentic, warm and nurturing as a therapist, and I will work with you to individualize your therapy to meet your needs.
Family
(919) 724-4258 x36
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Amy Berent, Counselor  in Chapel Hill
“Welcome to my practice...It is not always easy getting to the point of asking for outside help. I recognize and honor the place that you are now. I find if there is a desire and willingness to change, then change will occur. I think to be an effective therapist you must work from and with many different modalities, philosophies and orientations. I rely heavily on integrating a strength-based model but from there, I am open and willing to think out-of-the-box in order to best suit the individual needs of the client.
Family
(919) 612-7707
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Holly Culton, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“People sometimes get stuck and need support from a therapist to grow into a happier place. Though it is a universal experience, it can be difficult to navigate alone. During sessions you will receive unconditional acceptance and the support you need to heal and grow. New ways of thinking and relating then lead to emotional well being. In my practice I provide individual and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults.
Family
(919) 666-3793
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
David O Aspenson, Psychologist  in Chapel Hill
“My mission is to support your connection to your inner well of strength, resources, insight, and capacity for positive action. Seeking help is a powerful way to take responsibility for one's results in life. My intention is to honor that courage and help you develop whatever new skills are needed for your greater effectiveness. To that end, I am not inclined to find a new label for you, or fit you into a preprogrammed treatment plan. Remember to listen carefully to how others define the nature of your life's challenges and only consider those that increase your hopefulness and sense of possibility.
Family
(919) 299-0005
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Leigh Brain and Spine,   in Chapel Hill
“At Leigh Brain and Spine, Dr. Patricia Leigh uses extremely specialized, state-of-the art, treatment technologies to help your child conquer ADHD, Concussions, and other brain-based challenges. We specialize in helping preschool age children struggling with attention and focus alleviate the symptoms and avoid a diagnosis. As a mother of 5 (yes 5!) young children, Dr. Leigh has triumphed over such challenges with her own family using the treatments that she offers in her office. We are proud to provide Neurofeedback Training and other neurotherapies to help your child use his or her brain to its fullest potential.
Family
(919) 551-3246
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Jennifer Baddour, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is an opportunity to learn about yourself and to empower yourself to grow and make necessary shifts in order to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. I offer support and psychotherapy to adolescents, young adults, adults, couples and families. I also run social skills groups and parenting groups.
Family
(919) 842-3069
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
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