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Depression Therapists in Charlotte

Correlia Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCASA, LISW-CP
“Are you going through a difficult time? Feeling overwhelmed by feelings of sadness, anxiety, grief, or frustration? Do you feel like your work, school, or relationships are suffering due to life's stressors? There is hope and I can help. You do not have to work through this alone. You do not have to feel like your feelings of anxiety, grief, sadness, frustration, or pain is keeping you from living the life you deserve. You do not have to continue struggling to get out of bed to face life.
Depression
(980) 365-8047
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Kenya Denise Dawson, Counselor  in Charlotte
“**Not Accepting Morning Appointments** At Be Centered Counseling and Consulting, PLLC it is my goal to assist you in discovering who you are and lead you into the life you expect. While no one can predict life circumstances and difficulties, I believe through gaining a greater understanding of self and improving perception, it is possible to breathe new meaning into your life. I have experience working in various clinical settings with diverse populations. I partner with my clients to discover barriers which keep them stuck and unfilled. I am committed to providing a safe and comfortable atmosphere for you to share and grow.
Depression
(980) 238-3667
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Anya Laneuskaya Lainas, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I know that it is very hard and sometimes painful to make changes. I believe that we are responsible for our choices and actions. I would like to help individuals who are willing to resolve problems and issues in their lives and who are committed to give an effort and work with me.
Depression
(828) 516-9644
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Tara McDaniel, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Coping with life's stressors and uncertainties can be a strong undertaking. Even stronger are people who trust the therapeutic process to help guide them through their struggles. No matter what obstacles you are facing, know that you have the ability to rise above them. You should also know that you do not have to face your circumstances alone and that you deserve to live a fulfilling and rewarding life.
Depression
(704) 900-0991
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
NewVision Counseling and Consulting Services, PLLC, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you dealing with depression, stress, relationship problems? NewVision offers professional counseling and life coaching services to help you to deal with your daily life issues and give you support while you make loving decisions for yourself.
Depression
(704) 288-0163
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
John B White, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Life is full of twists and turns, peaks and valleys and sometimes substantial potholes. My passion is helping adolescents, adults and couples navigate this often complicated highway. When life is not kind to us, we often need help finding our way. I am here to do just that for individuals, couples and families.
Depression
(704) 960-1574
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
Jill Garman, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I believe that the willingness to change and the courage and strength that this requires is an honorable virtue. I consider my role as a therapist a sacred privilege to journey along side of a person toward true and lasting change. My inherent warmth and calming nature along with sound clinical knowledge and experience provides clients a place to experience compassionate truth that they ultimately find within themselves and becomes their means to move forward. I also believe that the client-therapist relationship involves ongoing collaboration to ensure mutual understanding and progress.
Depression
(704) 781-8112
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Traci Withrow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Congratulations on taking the first step! We all have times in life when we could benefit from extra support and I'm honored that you've considered me for help in your journey. I've been a therapist for 20 years working with children and their parents as well as teenagers and adults. My mission is to provide culturally sensitive mental health services using interventions tailored to each client in order to help individuals and families reach their optimal level of functioning.
Depression
(704) 754-9996
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
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
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.
Depression
(704) 812-5655
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
Steven Clemons Jr, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MAMFC, LMFT, LPC
“I believe that counseling is a joint effort that involves both the expertise of the counselor and the committed work of the client. From the first session, I focus on helping you determine what your goals are and how you measure change in your life. I find that being clear concerning goals and progress helps you become unstuck and begin moving forward. I utilize both in session and out of session exercises as needed with an emphasis on helping you develop practical skills necessary to improve relationships and be more in control of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Depression
(704) 504-7824 x114
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Antranique Neblett, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“Deciding to seek help with life's challenges is never easy and shouldn't be taken lightly. Building a trusting relationship is important to me and helps In the therapeutic treatment. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in NC. I have a Bachelors in Psychology from Adelphi University and a Masters in Social Work from Florida International University. I have over 10 years of experience in the field of Social Work. My work experience includes treatment with individuals suffering with traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, grief support, life stressors, crisis intervention, and other medical and mental health conditions.
Depression
(704) 271-9179
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
Kasandra Wheeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“I work with people facing a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, and other mental health issues, as well as addressing self-esteem, and relationship/family concerns. New to Charlotte, I enjoy helping others discover their place in a new city. The people with whom I have worked with have experienced alleviation of symptoms of anxiety or depression after only a few sessions of counseling.
Depression
(704) 504-7991
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Jenna Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Throughout our life's journey, we encounter a multitude of experiences. Some may contain extreme joy and happiness, while others can manifest feelings of doubt, sadness, anxiety or questioning if change or healing is possible in our current circumstances. During these difficult seasons we need the courage and perspective to explore challenging questions and the willingness to listen to the answers that emerge. My goal is to empower my clients and develop a rapport which promotes the confidence, skills and change agents needed to progress towards a direction that nourishes emotional and physical well-being.
Depression
(704) 729-7588
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
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
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
Laura P Barrett, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I would like to demonstrate to you how counseling can be a dynamic and proactive way to improve the quality of your life! People are finally realizing there are special techniques, educational tools and coping skills they can learn to battle depression, anxiety, eating disorders, as well as improve relationships. You no longer have to let your emotions control your life. Counseling provides a neutral third party where you can explore your issues in a safe, caring, and confidential environment. Reach outward for understanding and awareness!
Depression
(704) 666-7016
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Sherra' M White, Counselor  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, LCAS, CRC, CCS-I
“We give so much of ourselves to our jobs, families, friends, and more that we often lose ourselves and focus on the daily struggle of just surviving. Becoming overwhelmed or feeling anxious, depressed, scared or even angry, may stop you from reaching your full potential. I believe that the value of your health goes beyond just your physical health. Emotional, spiritual, occupational, psychological, and social health are equally important in creating overall health and well-being. I have a passion for helping others to find their voice, passion, and to create a healthier reality than their present state.
Depression
(252) 624-0191
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Pamela S Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a Solution Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapist, my goal is to help you build on your strengths and successes to find solutions to your problems. I am aware what a faced paced and busy world we live in. For that reason, I offer evening and Saturday appointments.Please check out my web site at pam@pamelasbrowntherapy.com for more information about me and my style of therapy. I look forward to working with you.
Depression
(980) 404-2687
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
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