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Depression Therapists in Charlotte

Jonathan Hetterly, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Life is hard, and healthy living can be equally challenging. But I believe within all of us we have the capability, the resiliency, and the perseverance to change our lives for the better. I believe that all our lives could be enhanced. And I believe that tackling life's struggles with another is more beneficial than going it alone.
Depression
(704) 243-9655
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
Lepa Modie LCSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“My practice is based on the premise that what we think directly affects what we feel, which in turn effects how we act. The work we do together will focus very much on this process and personal goal attainment. When helpful, you can expect to engage in some expressive arts and play therapy sessions that are designed to help those who struggle with verbal expression of thoughts and feelings, as well as to encourage insight and personal growth through a creative means.
Depression
(704) 271-9534
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Cameron Valley Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“Feeling depressed, anxious or overwhelmed? Feeling unfulfilled in your relationship? Is job stress taking a toll? Have you experienced other traumatic or life changing events? I can help in all these areas. I have a cognitive-behavioral practice orientation, but draw from other models as well such as EMDR. I am in a convenient South Park location and I have evening hours available. Good luck in your search for the right therapist for you. Please call or email me and let's see if I might be a good fit for you.
Depression
(704) 240-5081 x307
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Matt Bartholf,   in Charlotte
“You have a right to a better life, to live with less distress; to have a life with possibility, potential, and vitality. I have worked with people like you who have found that within the warm, accepting, nonjudgmental, and supportive environment of our therapeutic relationship that change becomes possible. I invite you to be courageous and to reach beyond your fears to claim the life that you want. Utilizing established, researched, and respected therapies, I treat many emotional and behavioral disorders by helping clients face their struggles and move towards a valued life.
Depression
(704) 635-6076
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Arley Smith, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you struggling with life challenges? Do you feel depressed, sad, empty, anxious, worried? I specialize in cognitive behavior therapy help individuals understand that our thoughts, whether healthy or unhealthy, help guide your path. Anew Path Counseling will help you see that you can make it out of your situation, your feeling of depression, anxiety, anger. Anew Path Counseling will help to meet your needs by understanding your problems, identifying goals to manage your problems ,and using strategies to work through your personal path of healing.
Depression
(980) 404-2453
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
“I have worked with couples, children and families for over 25 years. In the last 17 years, I have also specialized in the treatment of women, and couples suffering from prenatal and postpartum disorders.
Depression
(704) 469-5254
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Shirley Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is a commonly used and highly effective resource to help you get through life's problems. Whether you're having problems related to stress, depression, parenting, relationships...therapy can help. Therapy is a process in which we explore, acknowledge, and address patterns of behavior, thoughts, and feelings that interfere with your life. Together, we can find ways that you can enjoy life again.
Depression
(704) 269-5753
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Robert MacCaughelty, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Apply your energy to actions that create humanity in yourself and others. Bob MacCaughelty is a psychologist and marriage and family therapist in private practice since 1980. His undergraduate work was at Duke. His Master’s degree is from Lone Mountain College. He has a PhD. in clinical psychology from the Fielding Institute. His research interests are in the field of psychological stress. Dr. MacCaughelty’s psychological perspective follows a biological-psychological-social developmental model respecting spiritual/existential matters and cultural circumstances. His basic assumption is that change is possible. His goal is to help people be satisfied with the
Depression
(828) 202-3101
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Cheryl L Bennett, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have worked to help individuals with mental health issues for over 20 years. My areas of interest include mood disorders (depression, bipolar mood disorder), anxiety disorder, trauma, women's issues, the aging and elderly, and cultural and contextual issues that affect mental health and well-being. I also provide smoking cessation and weight loss counseling and psychological assessment to individuals of all ages.
Depression
(855) 636-8032
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Miriam Louise Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have provided clinical service in; residential, outpatient, partial hospitalization for adolescents and children, in-home services and private practice. I have served on several social service agency boards and have consulted with schools, hospitals, outpatient service agencies and individual clinicians. I have also presented workshops on cultural diversity and the clinical implications, and the clinical presence in the recovery community. I am currently on a variety of insurance, state and Employee Assistance Program panels. I recently joined Breakthrough and I provide online therapy for those of you who would be interested: http://robinson.breakthrough.com #sthash.RdcFe2aq.dpuf I
Depression
(704) 380-9005
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Kaye Fulcher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My approach to counseling is to help each individual understand their inner parts -- those aspects with their own ways of thinking, feeling, or believing, some of which we like and some of which we don't. Our parts can pull us in different directions or keep us from achieving our goals. One part may want to leave a relationship while another part wants to stay. One part may want to change jobs while another wants stability. We may also have parts with feelings we don't fully understand, like anger, hopelessness, or anxiety. We may wonder why these feelings can be so intense at times.
Depression
(704) 751-1975
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Deborah S. Lung, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I genuinely love what I do. I purposely maintain a small practice that allows me to really get to know each of my clients and to focus on his/her specific concerns. Although I work intensively with my clients, my approach is flexible, interpersonal, and client driven. I work with individuals dealing with depression, loss, anxiety, relationship issues, stress, low self-esteem, life transitions, pet grief/loss, and personal growth. I also enjoy working with diverse populations, including the LGBT population.
Depression
(803) 310-3251
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
David J. Wheeler, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a psychologist who specializes in treating anger management, relationships issues, depression, and anxiety. I also help with divorce transitions, personal coaching, workplace conflicts, and identity development. I have received training in the Gottman Method for couples therapy. I work exclusively with adults and primarily rely upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I find that this approach effectively treats a wide variety of problems and disorders. I help people manage their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in more effective ways. I offer support and guidance in a nonjudgmental and practical manner. I also administer psychological testing for bariatric surgery, ADHD, and intelligence.
Depression
(704) 303-8261
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
John L Spain, Jr, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have been involved in individual psychotherapy and personal growth practice for my career other than college teaching at the Un. of Detroit. I appreciate those who are working towards better self- awareness and positive changes which can change areas of difficulty in your life. Those who are eager to explore new options for themselves are most satisfying and likely to be aided by me. My work with chronic pain and other medical problems has been very satisfying as well as those psychological difficulties such as anxiety, depression and grief.
Depression
(704) 612-2419
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
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.
Depression
(704) 322-4766
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Erin K. Taylor, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“The purpose of psychotherapy is to improve quality of life. For some, this means learning how negative thinking is creating negative feelings, and creating new ways of looking at concerns. For others, therapy can help improve communicating with others. Sometimes illnesses prevent us from functioning the way we typically do; therapy can not only provide support and hope, and help you find ways to continue to enjoy life. I don't "force" the process; we move at your pace, with gentle encouragement to challenge yourself to try new things and think in new directions.
Depression
(704) 842-3038
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Frances Jacobs Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“I earned my masters in counseling from the University of New Orleans in 1987. I earned my masters in social work from the University of South Carolina in 1994. I have worked for over 12 years as a clinical therapist/professional counselor. My clinical and counseling experiences have been in a variety of settings to include private practice, mental health agencies, foster care, department of social services and community outreach. I have had the opportunity to work with children 11+, teens and adults. I believe that therapy has the ability to promote hope, growth and change.
Depression
(704) 326-4088 x250
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Kasandra Wheeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“My passion is helping people find clarity and new ways to cope with challenges. Moving beyond difficult moments is what I would like to help you conquer. I specialize in working with people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, family issues and trauma.Starting therapy is an act of self-care and I am committed to helping people engage in the therapeutic process.
Depression
(704) 504-7991
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Denise Cowart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LISW
“As a licensed clinical social worker, I have extensive experience in crisis intervention with clients encountering suicidal ideation and self-harming behavior. I have years of experience, a diverse background, educational achievements, and a solid work ethic. I've had the pleasure of working in a variety of settings: mental health/substance abuse agencies, emergency rooms, a battered women's shelter, and the judicial system. These experiences have made me a well-rounded clinician.
Depression
(704) 208-4802
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Young Counseling and Consulting Agency, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“I believe the most important component of the therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and therapist. I believe in a Person Centered approach to meet the client where they are on their road to growth. I work hard to make the client feel comfortable and respected during the therapy process. My treatment approach consists of multiple modalities tailored to meet your needs. My goal is to assist each person I work with reach greater satisfaction with their overall quality of life.
Depression
(704) 675-7405
Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
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