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Therapists in Charlotte

Richard Tedeschi, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“My practice includes work with individuals, generally ages 13 and up, and couples. I have a part-time practice, since I am also Coordinator of the Master's in Psychology training program at UNC Charlotte. With my small practice, I make appointments with you myself, and there is no bureaucracy to deal with. I am on many insurance plans. I think you will find that working with me is comfortable and practical, and when you come in, we start right away to discuss what your concerns are.
(704) 931-8997 x3
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Preston Counseling, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Do you feel down, frustrated, angry, or anxious? Would you like to think and feel better? Would you like to realize your full potential? Preston Counseling can help! Greg has been a practicing licensed therapist for over sixteen years. He has over nineteen years of experience in the field. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Oakland University, and has also earned his Master's Degree in Counseling from Wayne State University. In his counseling practice, he uses an eclectic approach with an emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He also has earned two certificates for substance abuse and addictions therapy.
(704) 750-8039
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Amanda Lis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My primary focus is working with couples at all stages of relationships to gain better communication, coping and conflict management skills. I work to help them create more trust and openness which leads to a more satisfying and fulfilling relationship. I also work with adolescents aged 12-18 to help them develop life skills, emotional and behavior management and decision-making skills that assists them in a more healthy transition to adulthood.
(980) 285-8041
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Stacey Ward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a LCSW who has been providing therapy services for nine years. I am committed to providing a safe and supportive environment that promotes healing and will encourage personal growth, self empowerment and self-fulfillment.
(980) 272-4929
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Carolina's Creative Counseling, PA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“Individuals of any age experiencing difficulties with psychosocial and environmental factors affecting diagnosis, treatment and/or prognosis of mental disorders. These factors may include a negative life event, an environmental difficulty or deficiency, a familial/other interpersonal stress or an inadequacy of social support and/or personal resources. Our clinicians strive to provide the necessary tools and education to help individuals cope with and manage daily stressors. "A desire to be in charge of our own lives, a need for control, is born in each of us. It is essential to our mental health, and our success, that we take control." - Robert Foster Bennett
(704) 869-2674
Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
Dorothy Campbell,   in Charlotte
“I am a Jungian Psychoanalyst who trained in Zurich Switzerland. I consider the work with the client a unique opportunity for his/her growth and development [regardlessof age] that can bring healing and a greater sense of wholeness to life. The client and I, together, explore dreams, memories of current and past experiences, imagination, thoughts, and feelings, within the context of everyday life and the particular problems presented. We follow these with care, in order to order to find new connections and understanding, healing, and to discover a new meaning and balance in a changing and sometimes disorienting world.
(704) 910-7520
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
John B. Rowe, Ph.D, PC, Counselor  in Charlotte
“It takes a good bit of courage to ask someone for help, so I value the trust that my clients place in me, and I expect to earn and keep this trust. I seek to listen impartially and non-judgmentally to each person's story; and then I work in collaboration with my clients to help them begin the process of re-writing their stories in ways that offer hope and healing. I firmly believe that each person is a unique individual, and that each person has inherited inner strengths. Together, we will work to develop and build on those strengths.
(704) 812-5655
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am experienced in working with a variety of individuals struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety relational/family problems, trauma/abuse, PTSD, and adjustment/life transitions. I am Bilingual English/Spanish and I am particularly sensitive to multi-cultural issues and families.
(704) 750-8268
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Courage Counseling Services, P.C., Counselor  in Charlotte
“My name is Steven Carmichael, with Courage Counseling Services, P.C. The company is so named because it takes courage to seek out therapy and courage to trust a stranger to fully listen to you and treat your concerns with care and respect. Therapy can be both challenging and rewarding. I will provide an empathetic ear, help find solutions, discuss underlying issues, identify unrealistic expectations placed on you or the world around you, teach coping skills and be a therapeutic ear as you face challenges. I like to include and acknowledge all aspects of your belief systems, background, and culture.
(704) 209-9381
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Maria L Boccia, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, DMin, LMFT, LPC, AAMFT
“I work with my clients to help them achieve their personal goals for growth and wholeness. I believe that adult intimate relationships are based on a loving bond that provides safety and support for individuals. I help clients create safety to share their thoughts and feelings. When one feels safe and understood they are more able to open their inner life with its needs and disappointments. This opens up new possibilities to develop and deepen loving relationships. Emotional and spiritual growth are closely intertwined. Therapy helps untangle problems which get in the way of relationships with others and with God.
(704) 240-5116
Charlotte, North Carolina 28278
John J Kania, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
“Most people love what they are good at and are good at what they love. I love being a therapist. I have been professionally involved in psychology for 25 years, and it remains one of my principal passions. When I look into my heart and grasp what has mattered most in my life, I have a deep sense of gratitude for the people I've helped. I chose psychology as a profession not only because it matches my temperament but also because it's a profession that can be developed over a lifetime and improved with age and experience.
(704) 751-5062
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Southeast Psych, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
Treatment Facility
“"We want to get psychology to as many people as possible." This mission broadens our potential client base and helps us focus on making psychology accessible to all people. Our mission challenges us to think about how to get psychology to people in a variety of ways, including: traditional therapy and assessment, presentations, products and publications, podcasts, and other innovative strategies. By making psychology highly accessible we recognize that there is a certain element of giving it away, of putting it in the hands of others and equipping them to use it themselves. When we say that psychology enhances lives, we affirm that we believe in what we do and what we have to offer. It presents psychology in a positive light and makes it for all people.
(704) 675-7815
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
Christie Neal, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Anytime your quality of life is not where you want it, therapy can help you begin living the meaningful life you desire. Perhaps you feel depressed or grieving the loss of a loved one. Are you dealing with a challenge, such as divorce, hurt and shame from your past, or a traumatic event? You or a loved one may be dealing with chronic illness that is interfering with your emotional well-being. Or perhaps you would like premarital counseling to help your marriage start strong or therapy to assist with bringing together a blended family. I can help you to overcome these challenges.
(704) 271-1667
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Jill Eilenberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, CEDS
“I have been working as a therapist for 25 years. I have experience and training to treat almost any issue. However most of my clients are individuals who are struggling with some type of disordered eating or relationship issue. I offer some late morning, afternoon, and evening hours.
(704) 591-0648
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Stephanie L Washington, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Congratulations for taking strides toward health and happiness! Choosing to start therapy can be a difficult choice. I look forward to exploring your needs and how we can work together to create a happier and healthier you. My goal is to help each person I work with reach greater satisfaction with the overall quality of their life and attain the personal tools needed to strengthen intimate relationships. I view mental health similarly to physical health: when there's an injury or illness, seeking professional intervention, guidance and support can improve overall wellness.
(252) 772-9717
Charlotte, North Carolina 28216
Erica Fanelli, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you at a loss and not sure where to go? I would love to help. I own a private practice in the Ballantyne area of Charlotte and absolutely love what I do. I work with children, individuals and families regarding loss, change, divorce, anger, anxiety, depression, tantrums, relationships, boundaries, goals, death, parenting, school, self-worth, and more. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Registered Play Therapist who practices with a delicate emphasis on Christian values. My desire is to walk along side those in need and help move towards growth, healing and freedom.
(704) 413-6952
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Heather Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have the privilege to work beside children, adolescents, and adults in difficult and often confusing times in their lives. My goal is to leave clients with strategies, communication skills, and ways of thinking that can be transferred from the therapy room to everyday life - to parenting, friendships, family dynamics, workplace, and those moments at 2 a.m. when it is difficult to fall back asleep. My approach to therapy is relational, creative and collaborative and I believe very strongly in forming a trusting relationship with my clients.
(704) 308-3911
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Carlos F Martinez, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Carlos F. Martinez is a psychotherapist and mental health counselor from Colombia, South America and has lived in the United States for over 30 years. He has spent the last eighteen years in Florida and North Carolina working with people with addictions to alcohol, drugs and other mental illnesses. Carlos helps families with emotional and psychological problems and has worked extensively in the Latino / Hispanic community.
(704) 322-4766
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Natasha Oates, Counselor  in Charlotte
“You're one step closer to receiving supportive services to equip you to excel. I serve couples, youth and families with various life issues through professional counseling services.
(704) 820-4293
Charlotte, North Carolina 28208
Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“No two therapeutic journeys are alike. They reflect the unique interactions of the individuals involved in the process. Therapist and patient enter into a relationship through which, when things go well, "more" becomes possible: more life, more love, more play, more feelings, more thought, more choice, more reflection. Specializing in work with adult survivors of childhood & adolescent sexual abuse, I combine psychodynamic, developmental, and trauma perspectives. The past can truly become past and the present freed to become reflective of the genuine talents, hopes, yearnings of the person with whom I journey.
(704) 315-5019 x12
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
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