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Therapists in Charlotte

Ellen B Barton, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LCAS
“Seeking help when you need it is one of the most courageous acts a person can take. Congratulations! It is natural to feel hopeless and helpless, and even angry when your life spins out of control. Finding a therapist to feel comfortable with and to trust is one step in restoring order. I believe everyone hits those spots in life when you need to spend time and get the skills you need to redirect your life.
(980) 354-0023
Charlotte, North Carolina 28278
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
George Bitar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I use the science-based Gottman Method Therapy to help couples in committed relationships heal from a variety of difficulties, including relationship neglect, infidelity, and major life transitions (e.g., having a child). I also provide premarital therapy to help couples establish a solid foundation to last a lifetime.
(704) 457-9767
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Annada Hypes, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Adolescence can be a rocky time for many people, but I believe therapy can be of great help. I work with teenagers and young adults, struggling primarily with mood and impulse control difficulties. I received a B.F.A. from The Ohio State University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology from UNC-Charlotte. I am a Licensed Psychologist (LP) and a Health Services Provider Psychologist (HSP-P).
(704) 256-0987
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
Holly Savoy, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 14 years experience helping adolescents and adults with a wide range of emotional and life issues. I have helped clients to resolve problems; cope with life transitions, stress, and change; and gain self-awareness and acceptance in achieving personal goals. I have special interest in working with relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, lesbian, gay, bisexual, issues, gender-variant and transgender issues, eating disorders, weight management, and school/ work-life balance issues.
(704) 362-4041
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Anne Geary,   in Charlotte
“I teach the Enneagram Approach in the Healthcare, Education and Recovery Communities. The Enneagram Approach offers a framework and methodology to integrate the somatic, psychological and spiritual facets of a human being. It is a powerful and practical tool for understanding human personalities. The Enneagram distinguishes nine personality types and describes the strengths, potentials, and challenges of each. These nine types reveal the spectrum of perspectives, which unconsciously or consciously, shape our approach to relationships.
(704) 870-0564
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Romy Cawood, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I have been a practicing psychologist for over ten years. I work with adults who are struggling with issues related to their relationships, moods, health, work, family, emotions, stress, or other areas of their life. I work differently with each client, according to her or his unique style. Some people prefer more structure, some less; some are interested in exploratory, insight-oriented work, while others prefer a more problem-solving focus. With every client I use a collaborative, flexible approach.
(704) 444-0335
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Brown Clinical Services, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Latasha Brown is the lead counselor within the practice and has been given a gift from God to help others who are experiencing emotional, behavioral, or mental challenges in their lives. She is driven by her passion to help others as she recognizes that the stigma of mental and behavioral health services prevent many people from receiving treatment. As a compassionate and caring counselor, Ms. Brown has touched the lives of thousands of people. She believes in treating individuals with dignity and respect regardless of their socioeconomic status or background.
(704) 322-3233
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
Donna Moore Kanipe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA, LPCA
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, I enjoy working with pre-marital couples, distressed couples, adolescents, and children ages seven years old and up. My experience includes counseling pre-marital couples, conflicted couples, trauma survivors, divorce care, women grieving betrayals, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, depression, grief, and adjustment after life-altering accidents and medical conditions.
(704) 215-4203 x121
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Angela S Redlak-Olcese, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Dr. Redlak-Olcese's therapeutic approach is collaborative, structured, directive,and active. It goes beyond traditional "talk-therapy." Specific techniques and concepts are taught during each session and specific next steps are identified for you to practice at home. We work together on becoming experts of your patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving so you can make real changes and learn new ways of reacting and responding to life challenges. You will learn how to think and behave in ways to obtain what you want. I don't tell you what to do -- rather, teach you how to do it.
(704) 271-1148
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Tamara Jamison Haynes, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Building on a strengths and resiliency model to obtain health, wellness and stability, I am dedicated to the forward movement, continuous growth and development of the individuals, families and organizations that I work with. Combining hands on behavioral science and professional management experience, I offer a comprehensive array of services for not only individuals and families but also organizations. Whether you are seeking assistance for yourself, family or organization, I am dedicated to partnering with you to develop a solution that meets your unique needs.
(980) 395-0044
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Emily Robbins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is full of many unexpected changes and challenges. I believe that when someone is experiencing a difficult life event, there is the opportunity for growth. But all too often, this event can consume and control us. If you are looking at this site, my guess is that you can relate to these words, and are seeking the help and support to be able to move forward in a positive and fulfilled way. I offer an empathic, supportive and non-judgemental approach to therapy with the goal of helping you, the individual, feel both secure and confident to make the changes that you desire.
(860) 733-0047
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Emily Powell Bass, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Whatever brings you to counseling, I commend you for reaching out to find someone to help you navigate through your difficult situation. My hope for you, regardless of what brings you in, is that you feel affirmed and supported in a safe environment during our time together. I consider it a privilege to hear your story, and look forward to working with you. Spiritual development issues and topics of faith may be discussed if you choose.
(704) 994-5614
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Meg Houlihan, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am available to work with clients who are experiencing depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, relationship discord, effects of chronic medical conditions and chronic stress, fertility/adoption issues and career/life direction questions. I take a practical, skills-based approach, collaborating with clients to incorporate information from past and present toward more effective functioning. My outlook is holistic, attending to the physical and spiritual/meaning realms as well as the cognitive, emotional and behavioral ones. I have a warm and friendly manner and I enjoy working with people as they identify and achieve their goals.
(704) 461-0292
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Kristin Rogentine-Lee, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Sometimes life throws you challenges that are too much to handle on your own, and require the help of a skilled professional. Finding the right therapist that fits your needs, and who you feel comfortable talking to can be difficult. My particular specialty as a psychologist is working with children and adolescents with a variety of mental health challenges, with a particular emphasis on including the family as a powerful adjunct to treatment. I offer both psychological assessment/testing, when assessing more complex psychological problems, and psychotherapy, play therapy, and family therapy.
(704) 751-4571
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Soul Care Christian Counseling Services, Counselor  in Charlotte
“When the storms of life come, it's nice to have someone who can offer the support you need when you need it the most. Soul Care offers compassionate Christian Counseling to those who seek to incorporate their faith into finding healing for issues of concern. Soul Care's owner, Chantelle Johnson is a licensed counselor in the state of NC. She is trained and experienced in integrating Biblical principals with psychology. Soul Care offers counseling sessions that are tailored to meet the individual needs of clients operating from a strengths-based perspective.
(704) 457-9294
Charlotte, North Carolina 28212
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As an integrated therapist my goal is to help you figure out how to use your own resliency and strength to move through a challenging time and into a new way of dealing with previous stressors or roadblocks. I truly believe that you are your own greatest resource and I look forward to assisting you in your personal growth.
(704) 209-9268
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Ryan Robert Adamczyk, Counselor  in Charlotte
“I work best with clients who are facing life changing situations. When these changes occur it often overwhelms the person. In response to these events, the individual may feel intense emotional responses such as: depression, anxiety and anger. The issues that may cause this can range from trauma in childhood to the acquisition of a disability. I use my therapeutic orientation and personal experience to help my clientele find constructive ways to engage these situations as well as ways to address the psychological distress that these situations cause.
(704) 208-4458
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Breta M Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“**I look forward to accepting new clients in the future but I am unable to do so at this time.** From a strengths-based perspective, I work with couples and individuals who are navigating change and experiencing life-stage transitions. Positive transitions, such as getting married, are supported with premarital therapy. More difficult transitions, such as disconnection from spouse, marital dissatisfaction, infidelity, mid-life discontent, families with teens, and parents who have children transitioning to college are supported within a collaborative relationship using research-based therapy which works to create more intimate connection, foster better communication, and allow for greater life satisfaction.
(704) 276-6626
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Alisha Cooper, Counselor  in Charlotte
“At some point in the lifecycle there will be experiences that cause us some measure of distress. During these times, your thoughts and feelings can begin to have an adverse impact on your health, relationships and, in some cases, your perspective on how you view your purpose. While some things will always be outside of your control, some things are-your health and well-being. I use a family systems approach to address family and relationship issues. My works with children and adolescents have ranged from home, school and hospital-based settings to therapeutic treatment facilities.
(704) 259-7881
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
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