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Therapists in Charlotte

Wilson Professional Counseling, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I have been a therapist for more than 15 years, successfully working with children,families and individuals. I provide therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury, Anxiety, Panic, Anger, Stress Related Disorders, PTSD, and ADHD. My therapeutic interventions consist of Biofeedback, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavior Modification and Relaxation Techniques."
(917) 725-3118
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Andrea Miller, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you struggling to parent your child on a regular basis? Do you feel overwhelmed in parenting your child? Or do you have twins or triplets and need help navigating the parenting world of multiples? Let me help you! I can help with daily parenting struggles that you face and support your child in overcoming obstacles. Or are you feeling anxious, depressed, and struggling in relationships? I can help with this too! I also work with individuals and can help give you the support you need for healing and living a happier and healthier life
(980) 404-2055 x22
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Laura L Lawson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For 25 years I have worked with couples, families, and individuals in the Charlotte area. I assist individual clients who are dealing with depression, worry, relationship issues, and overcoming childhood issues including trauma. With couples my focus is often on communication skills and, if needed, dealing with crisis issues like infidelity or other mid-life crises. More recently, for the past ten years, I have begun working with the connection between the mind and body and stress especially when it is related to past trauma. In addition, I work extensively with families with parenting issues and family relationships.
(704) 365-8786
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Patricia Powell Hundley, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Hello, I am a psychologist and owner of Fairview Psychological Services. Since opening my practice in 1987, my commitment has been quality therapy in a safe and supportive atmosphere for every client I see. I have extensive experience helping women and men recover from troubling and often confusing issues of childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse including exposure to alcoholism, addictions, violence, and neglect. My relationship specialties include divorce prevention or recovery, anger management, conflict resolution, infidelity or other relationship betrayals, and transforming unhealthy relationship patterns. I also help individuals and families with current alcohol or other addictions, chronic stress, or complicated grief and loss.
(704) 362-2618
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
LifeSkills Counseling & Consulting Group, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Charlotte
“The LifeSkills Counseling & Consulting Group is made up of compassionate clinicians who strive to help our clients live their best lives--without the use of alcohol and drugs. Our therapeutic approach is solution-focused, client-centered, and motivational.
(704) 325-4499
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Joy Granetz, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Recognizing that development is a complex process that involves nature and nurture, biology and environment, my goals are to assess the whole child, to suggest interventions that respect the individuality of each child and family, and to promote healthy and positive development. I have over twelve years of experience in neuropsychological testing with a special focus in working with children and adolescents with learning disorders, attention related problems, and head injury. I also provide therapy for children and adolescents with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties and parental guidance.
(704) 750-8205 x216
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Amy Powell Jamieson, Counselor  in Charlotte
“My goal is to provide excellent clinical treatment - specialized for teens, tweens, young adults and their families. I have tailored my training and 15 years of professional experience to meet the needs of individuals in this unique age group. Often clients first come to see me because they are avoiding school; their parents report the child or teen gets headaches and/or stomach aches before going to bed and/or in the mornings before school and especially on Sunday evenings.
(704) 666-7035
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
Kate Leggett, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Counseling is a collaborative experience of exploring thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a nonjudgmental manner. I work with children 4+, adolescents, adults, couples, and families on multiple mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship concerns, behavioral concerns, and sexual addiction. I base my practice on creating a safe and trusting environment for individuals and families to holistically move towards a place of growth and lasting healing by combining Christian principles, cognitive-behavioral skills, and psycho-education in assisting client's to reach their unique goals. My work strives to bring individuals to a place of healing and grace.
(704) 684-4922
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Holly Lynn Horn  in Charlotte
“My approach to therapy is person centered. We all experience life differently. What works for one person will not be effective with another. Each person's journey is unique. The solutions are obtainable, but the route to get these solutions is within each individual. My goal is to help people find their path to peace, harmony in relationships, and well being. I believe that everyone deserves to be happy and that sometimes life makes that a difficult emotion to achieve. Therapy is a tool for people to find their way to happiness through relationships, letting go of hurt.
(803) 820-4345
Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
Jessee S Eppley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“Relationships are hard. They are challenging, unnerving, and when they work ,can be life-giving, beautiful, and safe. It is when these safe havens break down, that help is most needed. I know the devastation that a person and a couple experiences when anxiety, distrust, neglect, cheating, or any number of distresses enter into a relationship. I also know that out of these experiences,and often with the right help, healing and a deeper sense of connection within couples is possible. It is my honor to walk with clients through these experiences, to a healthier experience of coupleship and connection.
(980) 267-3107
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Annie Roseman-Benn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I see therapy as a thoughtful, mature and open dialogue that provides a dynamic and affirming environment where self-discovery is encouraged. Therapy is a personal and unique way of telling your own story. I believe that therapy arms you with the skills to face challenges, make wise decisions and discover who you are meant to be. Therapy is a personal journey as unique as your personality and individual problems. I enjoy working with a diverse population of clients ranging from adolescents to adults. My areas of focus are, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, stress management & relationship issues.
(704) 209-7200
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Kristen Lynn McClure, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“It is unfortunate that no one really takes the time to teach us how to deal with our feelings and thoughts in a way helps us to be happy and function well in the world. Good therapy teaches kids, teens, and adults, how to do this. It helps you learn the skills to manage and better cope with your thoughts and feelings, communicate more effectively and have better relationships with others, and solve your problems more skillfully and with more confidence. You should know therapy it is working, and you should see measurable results.
(704) 751-5086
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Mary Lou Albano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CEAP
“Discovering a vital resource is a big step to a better life. The choice for personal development begins with finding a professional counselor or coach with whom you have rapport and can build trust.
(704) 322-4768
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Strategic Behavioral Center - Charlotte, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“Strategic Behavioral Center's Psychiatric Residential Treatment Program offers long-term treatment for youth with ongoing behavioral, emotional, or psychiatric challenges. Treatment is individualized for each resident, and we encourage parents/guardians to participate actively in their child's treatment. Children work with a personalized team of therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, and residential support staff to ensure safety and promote the practice of behavioral management skills. This program provides treatment in a safe, structured, secure therapeutic setting, and is ideal for children who are experiencing serious mental health or behavioral problems that impair their ability to participate in their schools, their communities, and in their home environments. Program services: Psychological evaluation Family, group, & individual therapy Medication management Coordination of treatment and aftercare plans with community providers Recreational therapy Licensed private school/NC certified teacher
(704) 288-4043
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Bilal M Ghandour, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a psychologist with many years of experience working with teens and adults with emotional difficulties. I believe the key to successful treatment is a good client-therapist match and your motivation to getting help. In terms of therapy style, I use an interactive, collaborative approach - a genuine and warm dialogue between two persons who work together to understand/resolve issues. Also, I view myself as someone who asks questions that motivate you to gain further insight about issues of concern and, when you are ready to make changes, I will give you tools and skills to implement them.
(704) 274-2728
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
Kristina Murphy Peck, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I feel clients have the right to be heard and listened to in a non-judgemental, warm, and open environment. I would value the opportunity to explore the life issues that have brought you to this site. Making the first call is extremely difficult; yet the most important step towards finding a meaningful partnership with a therapist that can help guide you. I take a personalized approach to treatment which respects the needs of each individual.
(704) 751-5051
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Ryan Wishart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LCAS
“Are you struggling with either personal or relationship difficulties? If so, I would like to help. When combined with hard work, professional counseling can help you overcome almost any problem. Instead of always feeling "stuck," it's time you began experiencing more joy, fulfillment and direction in your life - you know, the good stuff. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist in North Carolina. I offer research-based psychotherapy services to children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. I am a LGBTQIA-affirming therapist and I work with couples, adults, children and families from diverse backgrounds.
(704) 702-0304
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Heidi Limbrunner, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I specialize in helping children and adolescents who struggle with depression, low self-esteem, self-harm and anxiety. Additionally, I have extensive experience in working with individuals of all ages who struggle with eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and obesity. In working with children, I involve family members when appropriate to provide parents with additional support and allow time in each therapy session to address any questions or concern they have. My therapeutic style is warm, empathetic, strengths based and informative while being goal oriented.
(704) 751-0570
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Logan Cohen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you having relationship difficulties or facing anxiety and depression? Do you have a family member that is struggling? I understand how hard it can be to ask for help in a time of need and am here to support you. As a relational therapist, I will create a safe and confidential place for you and your loved ones to break free from old patterns so that everybody can experience change and growth.
(704) 774-3078
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Robert S Pennello Sr., Counselor  in Charlotte
“Seeking out a therapist can be a scary venture, so I make it my personal mission within the first session to help the client feel relaxed and accepted while creating an environment of safety and trust. I empathically listen to and answer any questions that arise. This approach alleviates fears while helping create an authentic connection and building confidence in the therapeutic process and my expertise in supporting their healing journey. I've been working in the field since 1982. My practice is built upon creating an authentic atmosphere of caring, utilizing a holistic approach toward healing the whole person.
(919) 709-0210
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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