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Tamara Reilly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PhDc
“I work with individual adults, young adults and couples. I am a certified EMDR therapist and EMDRIA approved consultant. While traditional therapy is useful to gain insight into the events, EMDR is a very effective method to accelerate change and lasting resolution. I have extensive experience treating low self confidence/esteem, unresolved trauma, PTSD, anxiety, panic and depression. I also use EMDR to provide performance enhancement services. In couples work I have experience with issues involving ineffective communication, infidelity and high conflict. I also provide premarital counseling.
(336) 223-5106
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Josie Clark-Trippodo, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Choosing to begin therapy is an excellent first step in navigating life's struggles and reaching your full potential. I approach the therapeutic process as a journey we will take together. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. I received my Master's degree in Clinical Counseling with a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. Much of my experience has included working in a hospital setting on the inpatient units providing therapy for children, adolescents and adults.
(336) 447-1634
Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
Kathryn Beam Troxler, LPC, Counselor  in Greensboro
“When you feel overwhelmed, have lost your sense of direction, are so self-critical that you inhibit your efforts or are in a relationship that undermines you, it is time for therapy. I welcome you into a safe, accepting relationship that honors your uniqueness and allows you to freely explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences. As we collaborate, you will begin to regain your sense of direction, self-trust, inner strength and vision and work through practical problems of life with greater ease. See www. transformational counselingandhypnotherapy. com for more information.
(336) 949-6075 x1
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Patty G Von Steen, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I am a counselor with 29 years of experience working with adult men and women, adolescents, couples, and families. I work primarily from cognitive-behavioral and systems approaches but believe the most important aspect of counseling is the therapeutic relationship. My style is warm, engaging, straightforward and interactive. I will help you identify and build on your strengths and explore new ways of coping, thinking, acting and interacting with others.
(336) 545-0530
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I focus on the strengths clients bring into the therapy room which already serve them well. I work with children and their families impacted by the trajectory of the disease process. I am always interested in working with clients who have grief and loss issues, especially families impacted by the aftermath of suicide, perinatal loss, and the death of young children. My experiences in the grief and loss field are extensive. There are many ways to see one situation. I hope you gain a new perspective to help you conquer the old issue and emerge changed.
(336) 501-8300
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Dr. Nannette S. Funderburk, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Life struggles may sometimes prevent us from fully being our true selves, interfering with the hopes, dreams and wishes we have for our lives. When the weight of relationship stress, emotional discomfort, loss, life transitions, etc. leaves you feeling unbalanced or unfulfilled, you do not have to carry it alone. It is my sincerest desire to carry it with you offering a process of emotional healing, exploration and self-discovery. As we journey towards a restored sense of balance and harmony, I encourage you through your process until you feel secure, connected and can experience peace.
(336) 285-7173
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Amanda Huber Lopera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA
“Therapy is about empowerment and hope, life can be difficult and it is sometimes hard to make that first step toward change. My goal is to partner to cultivate a hopeful and empowered perspective on life for all people. I use mindful living and creative techniques to assist in the healing process. It is important to learn how to live in the moment, much of our lives are lived in the past or in the future, and there are typically blocks that keep people in that state of future/past talk. Let's work together and navigate the preset.
(336) 891-3028
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Tree of Life Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greensboro
“I started as an anthropologist focused on conflict, human rights and social change and taught conflict resolution skills focused on families and communities. I was eventually drawn to family therapy to help people solve crises or problem behaviors by building their own strengths. My approach is about seeing the client as the expert on their own life, but needing some assistance in changing their current life story to a more preferred one that we explore and create by building new personal perspectives and resources to that become a "new normal."
(336) 899-8220 x104
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Sarah Gates, Psychological Associate  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA
“I am a licensed psychological associate who provides counseling and psychological evaluation services to children and adolescents individually and within the context of the family. I have extensive experience in the areas of learning disabilities, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, anxiety, oppositional defiant behaviors, aggression, developmental disabilities, and giftedness. Furthermore, I have a special interest in the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
(336) 505-9963 x108
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Robert Milan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my 30 years of clinical experience I have been able to help people from all walks of life find relief from a wide variety of psychological and behavioral problems. My areas of speciality include: anxiety disorders, including obsessive compulsive disorder (using CBT & exposure/response prevention), trichotillomania, compulsive skin picking, other OC spectrum disorders, panic disorder, phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, and social phobias; mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder; sexual addiction; situational problems. I have been trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, incuding cognitive behavioral therapy, humanistic therapies, EMDR, and mindfulness approaches to therapy.
(336) 310-5648
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Heather Kitchen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Does work or school tie you up in knots? Do you sometimes have trouble sleeping at night? Do you overeat? Or, often feel down, tired or moody? I use cognitive behavior therapy to effectively treat anxiety, depression, or stress. I can help you gain skills to manage your moods, decrease worry and feel more in control. For people with eating or body image issues, you'll gain tools to end old self-defeating habits with food, weight and dieting. You'll feel better about you body and yourself.
(336) 223-5262 x7
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
“Life is not easy, and is hard to navigate on your own at times. I know that it is hard to admit that you may need help, but if you are tired of your life as it is and are ready for change I am there to guide you through this challenging and amazing process one step at a time. Whether it is everyday stresses or a full blown trauma I am equipped to help you learn how to cope with these experiences in a healthy manner within a safe and confidential environment.
(336) 939-8114 x211
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Phoenix Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Life can be tough, finding your therapist doesn't have to be. Because I beleave humor is healing, I incorporate my sense of humor and gratitude for life into my clinical approach. We work hard to reach your goals both in sessions and outside of sessions. I offer evening and weekend appointments and extended phone consultation because I know weekly sessions may not meet the needs of every client.
(336) 791-0491
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Elizabeth M. Atkinson, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Are you ready to give yourself permission to be the 'Adult' you have always wanted to be? Permission to enjoy your life! Permission to be content! Taking Life on Life's Terms. I work with individuals and children to find new ways to open up to a life of peace and joy. Women who can't get past their relationships with their mothers, children who are overwhelmed and families who just need help/direction. Experience with Group work on Sobriety Lifestyles Issues.
(336) 310-6091
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Naneth Ruiz,   in Greensboro
“Mis áreas de competencia incluyen trastornos mentales y emocionales, problemas relacionados con drogas , comportamiento de niños y adolescentes, trauma, problemas de relación, problemas de comunicación, pena, autoestima, habilidades de afrontamiento, la violencia doméstica, el manejo de la ira; el diagnóstico y el tratamiento de estos trastornos. Yo le puedo asistir a ver la luz al final del túnel y a hacer de una situación difícil una experiencia positiva de aprendizaje que lo hará crecer y sentirse más tranquilo y feliz. Sólo tú tienes el poder de cambiar en tu vida.
(336) 791-0310
Greensboro, North Carolina 27406
Kerrie Lynn Johnson, Counselor  in Greensboro
“****I am not accepting new clients currently****My approach is very heart-centered, personal and professional. I offer a positive and supportive environment, which my clients consider very relaxing and serene. I work successfully with children, teens, young adults, and adults who have struggled with anxiety, depression, insecurity, grief/loss, trauma, and complex family issues. While all of these can be damaging for the individuals and families involved, the underlying resiliency present in each person is the foundation that builds the healing process. The core values and innate goodness of each person can be nurtured and strengthened to work through the most difficult of situations.
(336) 346-2651
Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
Mandie Overocker, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I specialize in working with adults, college students, business owners, and adolescents dealing with trauma, abuse and dissociation issues, mood disorders, and life changes including transitions and grief and loss issues. Children between ages of 5 and 10 years old are seen on case by case basis. Clients seeking lasting changes in their lives or just looking for help to identify goals towards finding balance in their daily lives, as well as individuals seeking to align with and live their truth AND who are willing to do the personal reflection and work this demands are ideal clients for my practice.
(336) 525-4449
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Linda S Makinson, Counselor  in Greensboro
“The choice to seek counseling can begin a life changing process. I have been providing counseling for individuals, couples and families for over 14 years. My areas of expertise include the treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, and other mental health concerns. I utilize a caring and respectful approach and tailor sessions to each person's unique situation. My primary treatment modality is mindfulness based cognitive behavior therapy. However, I also take a systemic approach to relationships and often incorporate aspects of psychodynamic and narrative therapies when needed.
(336) 485-4027
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
John Poag, Psychologist  in Greensboro
“A person coming to see me may be experiencing a significant life change such as a separation or divorce, a move, a career change, the deployment of their significant other, family problems, issues involving their child's behaviors or legal trouble, or problems in relationships with their spouse or partner. Others may seek psychotherapy to help themselves grow, deal with anger, or overcome patterns of behaviors or ways of being with others that don't work any more. Some people seek psychotherapy because someone close to them insisted they call me. I enjoy working with all of these presenting concerns.
(336) 270-9959
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Cathy E Pickett, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I have experience in integrating spiritual awareness along with my counseling to help my clients work on and learn to cope and work through their issues. I am committed to providing quality mental health care through a holistic approach to people in need. I I believe that all people deserve the opportunity to lead healthy, happy and productive lives.
(336) 895-1529
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
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