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Gay Issues Therapists in Charlotte

Jocie Sweeney, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Throughout my clinical work, I have found that one of the most difficult steps in therapy is scheduling and attending the first appointment. My aim is to reward that courage by collaboratively working with clients towards reaching their goals. My method is an individualized approach and is couched within a cognitive behavioral and interpersonal framework. I was trained as a generalist in clinical health psychology working with a wide array of issues ranging from stress management and life transitions to more severe concerns. My specialties are in military issues, LGBQ and Trans* issues, and group therapy.
Gay Issues
(980) 734-3347
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Jonathan Anslow, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“An ideal client to me would be someone who yearns for understanding, who may crave social interaction, but is not quite sure how to go about it. Someone who is developing their identity and consolidating their sense of self. Someone who wants more out of life but is not sure how to get it - who feels lost and plagued with self-doubt. Someone who is not sure why they engage in the same self-defeating behaviors over and over. I am open to working with a diversity of clients who represent various sexual, ethnic, gender, age, and class distinctions.
Gay Issues
(704) 750-8092
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Fort Mill Psychotherapy, 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.
Gay Issues
(252) 772-9717
Office is near:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28269
Aimee Whaley, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Many of us want to change a situation in our lives. Experiencing different outcomes to those situations requires different actions to be taken--often leading to the choice to begin therapy. I believe that everyone enters therapy with the ability to make whatever change is important in his or her life. I can help by assisting you (or your family) in finding new ways to use your abilities to affect the change you seek.
Gay Issues
(704) 325-5093
Office is near:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Advene Health Group, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“My idea as a psychotherapist is to provide safe, comfortable & judgment-free environment for clients to work through issues. My role as a psychotherapist is to respect the goals that my clients come in with, and support the process of working toward these goals. I believe Psychotherapy can enhance one's self-awareness and the ability to recognize in one's own self-defeating and self-sabotaging patterns, and to change these patterns.
Gay Issues
(704) 479-6636
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
LaToya C Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LPC, csots
“Vision Counseling is dedicated to providing quality service to help you reach your full potential despite your current situation. Vision Counseling is committed to travel the journey to wellness with you in facing such issues that can be addressed through individual, family and group counseling. Vision Counseling is new practice in South West Charlotte that is currently offering non- traditional hours to best suit your busy lifestyle. Vision Counseling is credentialed to provide therapy within Charlotte Mecklenburg jails please call for fees related to this service.We are currently accepting weekend appointments in both office locations.
Gay Issues
(704) 702-0015
Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
Lauren Foxworth Hall, Counselor  in Charlotte
“To work with those struggling with addiction issues is one of my deepest passions. Addiction is an insidious and complex bio-psycho-social disease that can be a mind boggling challenge. I believe it requires many avenues of help, most importantly a non-judgmental and compassionate therapist. I approach every client with a person centered perspective and according to their individual needs. I seek to meet clients where they uniquely reside on the developmental/change continuum.
Gay Issues
(704) 594-3057
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
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.
Gay Issues
(704) 675-7815
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
Katie Rubin, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I lend my skills, presence, curiosity and hope to those I work with as they learn to listen, explore, and ultimately understand their emotions, thoughts and behaviors in a more compassionate and productive way. I believe this deeper work, one in which a real relationship to one's self is discovered, is ultimately healing and lasting.
Gay Issues
(704) 966-7216
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Cami Lee Savage, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Hi there! I respect that the therapeutic process is unique to each individual and is a cooperative relationship. In consideration of this, I utilize a variety of approaches with an underlying warm, person-centered approach. Throughout my approaches, I believe that it is through the courageous exploration of the self that patterns and belief systems may be understood and challenged for a more fulfilling quality of life. In addition, I also have a background in expressive arts therapy (such as therapeutic journaling, collaging, visual art), which assists when words may yet be insufficient. This approach is optional.
Gay Issues
(704) 869-2561
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Awakenings Counseling Services, Counselor  in Charlotte
“What's holding you back in life? Depression?Anxiety?Stress?Grief?Divorce?Relationships?Trauma?Self-esteem?Cutting?Eating Disorder? The couples approach I use has a 75% success rate vs. other approaches that average a 35% success rate. I am passsionate about working with teens, adults, couples, families, parents,groups,& LGBT clients.
Gay Issues
(704) 582-2582
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Alexis J Stein, Counselor  in Charlotte
“In our ever more complicated, stressed out world we sometimes feel lost, alone and not clear about why life isn't working they way we planned. At these times it is helpful to have a guide to point the way and teach us life affirming skills that can brighten our path. Learning to cope with anger, depression, grief, betrayal, and resentment can be a burden lifted. Let me help you find Life in the Midst of Living. Learn to WAG MORE, BARK LESS!
Gay Issues
(704) 869-2767
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Stephen Lee Robinson, Counselor  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPCS, LCAS, CCMHC, TCMHC
“My passion is to work with those who have struggled to cope with the challenges of life; trauma, addiction, relationship issues, mood disorders, grief, career issues or any stress contributing to anxiety. They may have sought therapy in the past and have become discouraged, for whatever reason. It is the therapeutic alliance that heals. When one suffers depression, addiction, loneliness, mood disorders or psychosis, life becomes dull and motivation to reach one's potential weakens. It is critical that the therapist be able to experience the worldview of the person seeking clarity and healing.
Gay Issues
(704) 271-1510
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Brandon Risher, Psychological Associate  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, HSP-PA
“Thank you for choosing to review my page. I am a Psychologist working in the Charlotte, NC area working with a great counseling center; Presbyterian Psychological Services. I have a caring and emphatic spirit and really enjoy what I do. I enjoy working with a diverse clientele and look forward to doing my part to help facilitate better and more fulfilling lives in the community.
Gay Issues
(704) 601-7320 x311
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Latricia Penny, Counselor  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, Life, Coach
“At Root of the Matter - You will experience transformation by getting to the root of all that matters - You. There are times where we all find it challenging to address things that have cause us pain, discomfort or that have kept us stagnant. This is an opportunity for individuals and families to release mental and emotional barriers that impede personal, familial, professional and financial success. Individualized care is designed to restore, improve, and enrich the lives of individuals, families and the community at large.
Gay Issues
(704) 469-4208
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Sara Charles Goguen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People seek counseling for many different reasons- to help treat depression, anxiety, adjustment, & relationship issues; to cope with life's challenges like grief, crisis, chronic illness, job related or family stress; or simply to improve their lives, gain greater stability & emotional well being. My ideal client is one who has made the first and oftentimes hardest step-acknowledging they are needing & open to receiving support to work on their current issues. I specialize in working with individuals of all ages, including children & parents. I provide daytime, evening & some Saturday appointments upon request, to best help accommodate my clients' schedules.
Gay Issues
(704) 469-4178
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Lotes Nelson, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Seeking help is one of the most difficult steps to take. So, give yourself a lot of credit for being empowered to take this challenging adventure! This difficult decision will take you one step closer to finding the new you. As an eclectic therapist, my approach is just that. Depending on the client’s concerns, I use techniques from various forms of psychotherapy practices. The ultimate goal is helping you find your true potential in leading a life that is worth celebrating. With the application of the different therapeutic approaches and techniques, you, the client, and I will be able to unfold long-standing behavior patterns or negative thinking that may be holding you back from experiencing a satisfying and meaningful life. I want to thank you for taking the time to review my profile. I look forwarding to working with you, to provide the extra support and guidance needed to rediscover the new you. Whether you are experiencing a difficult time, or just want to understand your emotions or thought patterns, I am happy to assist you in achieving your goals.
Gay Issues
(704) 802-9727
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Steffie Beard-Clark, Counselor  in Charlotte
“What is mental health? What kinds of people need mental health? How does it really work? These are common questions that often become barriers to taking the first step towards treatment due to the complex nature of the mental health system and very little support and education from the community. Treating one's mental health is just as important as treating a broken leg. Neither will heal properly if neglected and uncared for without the right support. EVERYONE has the right to tend to their daily stressors and struggles with help and without judgement. Everyone.
Gay Issues
(704) 207-0132
Charlotte, North Carolina 28208
Dawn A Maybeck, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Every problem has solutions, therapy has you consider those solutions, which in turn transforms your life. I find that people labor too long over whether or not to start a cycle of therapy. I encourage you to explore your curiosity about the therapeutic process.
Gay Issues
(704) 271-9032
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Logan Cohen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It can be difficult to ask for help, much less find the right therapist to meet your needs. 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 you can experience change and growth.
Gay Issues
(704) 774-3078
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
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