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Therapists in Durham

Patricia Roberts, Counselor  in Durham
“I believe that intuitive and deep listening as well as the relationship between therapist and client are the foundations for positive and successful experiences in therapy. I use a variety of techniques in helping clients reach their goals. You don't always have to know where you are going but you do need to be willing to go on a journey. I believe I can help identify the markers along the way.
(919) 926-9536
Durham, North Carolina 27701
John A Henry, Counselor  in Durham
“Are you wanting to be emotionally pain free? Is your relationship getting difficult? You don't have to agree to be as unhappy tomorrow as you are today. Being human means that at times there will be stress, anxiety, depression, and marriage or relationship problems. At those times it helps to have someone to talk to. I have the life-experience, empathy, tools, and answers to help in your problem areas. Allow me to give you the tools to help yourself, because there is hope! Call me and take the important first step to pursue a freer, happier life.
(919) 251-5653
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Peter Perlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, IHC-C
“Years ago I had a wonderful therapist who helped me heal, inspiring me to do this work. I've been a psychotherapist now for 33 years. People sometimes ask me how to choose a therapist. You need to feel that you're really being listened to, by someone who's starting to like and value you. When you speak to them, what comes back "fits" and is helpful. You feel that they "get you" and they care. You trust that it's safe to tell them if something they say or do feels "off". That's who I strive to be as a therapist.
(919) 283-4315
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Ben Eckstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am passionate about helping people who are struggling with anxiety and depression. I use a variety of treatment modalities to help individuals learn to better manage their symptoms and to live meaningful lives in accordance with their values, rather than lives dictated by difficult or unwanted emotions.
(919) 939-2795
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Hope Inga Hills, Psychologist  in Durham
“Are you going through a transition in your career, relationships, family? Perhaps you don't like your job, but are afraid to rock the boat. Are you retiring and don't know what's next? Maybe you are just starting or changing your career and would like to feel more clear and excited about your plans. Maybe you are leaving or starting a relationship and want to do it "right" this time. All Transitions have three stages we need to address. Our past experiences with change create fear or excitement. Knowing your old patterns will help create the life YOU want now.
(919) 429-8456
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Carol J. Tadeusik, Psychologist  in Durham
“I am a psychologist with over 25 years of experience helping people solve problems and improve their lives. Using a respectful and compassionate approach, I can help you to make peace with your past, learn the lessons that may be there for you and to move forward in a more hopeful way.
(919) 489-3151
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Carolina Outreach, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Our professional mission is to provide mental health services. Our underlying goal is to help clients and employees fulfill their life's ambitions. Our higher goal is to improve society. We can succeed on all fronts by maintaining an organization that treats clients, families, and employees with dignity and respect, and by giving means for them to tap into and develop their inherent strengths.
(919) 939-2221
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Behavioral Health Solutions, P.A., Psychologist  in Durham
“Since its inception in 2004, Behavioral Health Solutions, P.A., has maintained a commitment to providing the highest quality behavioral health/mental health treatment for adults and children in the greater Triangle area. We draw upon a number of therapeutic methods to develop a treatment program that is carefully tailored to meet your goals. Each member of our staff is licensed and has extensive experience. We will provide you with confidential treatment tailored to your specific needs. We have morning, afternoon, evening, Saturday and Skype appointments available.
(919) 745-8019
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Erica Blystone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help people get the most they can out of each session and provide strong support around incorporating new skills into daily life to help you create a life you love. I take the time to get to know a person well but also help them start the process of change and progress immediately. As a cognitive-behavioral therapist, new skills include thinking differently and acting differently. I have a solution-focused style that gives direction throughout the therapy process, from goal setting to assessment of progress - both of which are done collaboratively with the client.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Gabriella Johr, Psychologist  in Durham
“I'm a clinical psychologist who values working together with children, adolescents and adults alike to solve life's challenges. My adult clients mostly struggle with anxiety, depression, relationship issues and difficulties adjusting to life changes. My child and adolescent clients struggle to manage the myriad of academic and social pressures, as well as issues that impact the family system. I also work with couples to restore friendship and intimacy. I enjoy working with clients from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds and conduct therapy in Spanish as well.
(919) 582-7343
Durham, North Carolina 27703
Janet Mittman, Counselor  in Durham
“My eclectic approach draws on traditional training as well as varied prior professional experiences. I have over twenty years of experience in helping professions including psychotherapy, counseling, higher education, and human services. My doctorate involved multiple disciplines, including psychology, philosophy and the arts. I am also a former Kripalu yoga teacher. All of this experience has deeply influenced my practice. In addition to various conventional therapeutic approaches (CBT, DBT, insight oriented, etc.) I also include body/mind practices.
(919) 283-4398
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Shari Pearson, Psychologist  in Durham
“I specialize in providing therapy and evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults coping with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism/Asperger's Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, and behavioral issues. I enjoy working with clients in order to build self- esteem, develop skills, and improve relationships. My therapeutic techniques are eclectic, involving cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, play therapy, social skills development, and parent-training depending on the client's/family's needs. Another major focus of my practice involves psychological evaluations to assess for learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, intellectual ability, kindergarten readiness, mood disorders, and neuropsychological issues.
(919) 728-5821
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Hollister Trott, Psychologist  in Durham
“In individual counseling, you can expect a collaborative effort to develop creative solutions for your concerns, learn new ways to approach and manage your problems, gain a deeper understanding of yourself, and find a new sense of wisdom and strength. While primarily trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, I work from an integrative therapeutic framework. I apply knowledge and techniques from multiple schools of psychology and other disciplines to help you meet your goals. My basic philosophy of therapy is that insight, behavior change and a supportive therapeutic environment are all important ingredients for growth.
(919) 529-5390 x117
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Jeff Crumbliss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The process of therapy can be deeply gratifying, although this depends largely on the quality of the relationship with the therapist. I value the importance of the therapist being invested, accessible, and straightforward coupled with a depth of knowledge and experience. Together we will work to reach your goals and make your experience fulfilling. I work with individuals, couples, and families with children of all ages, and have years of experience assisting clients in reducing their experience of anxiety and depression, improving coping with ADHD, healing from trauma, increasing relationship satisfaction, negotiating family planning, and working with children and adolescents with behavioral difficulties.
(919) 336-2246 x2
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Veritas Collaborative, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Veritas Collaborative, a Specialty Hospital System & Center of Excellence for the Treatment of Eating Disorders is located in Durham, North Carolina. We provide multidisciplinary treatment at the Inpatient, Acute Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient levels of care for individuals with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and all other eating disorders. Veritas Collaborative has national accreditation from the Joint Commission and delivers comprehensive, evidence-based care for patients and their families in a warm and inviting environment. Each part of our clinical program is individualized to meet the unique needs of each person in our care.
(919) 908-9740
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Mark Bailes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I see therapy as a collaborative process. My approach is based on my belief that every person needs to have a sense of control in life and a need for a genuine connection to others. Each person strives for personal, emotional, physical, and spiritual fulfillment. Therapy is one way clients can learn the skills and gain the insight they need to reach their potentials. Through a variety of therapeutic approaches (including cognitive-behavioral, family systems and interpersonal therapy) we will explore your values, personal history and life goals with a focus on the issues that led you to seek therapy.
(919) 419-3110 x111
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Sharon P. Merrill, Counselor  in Durham
“You don't have to struggle alone in your difficulties. I offer a safe harbor and secure relationship for you to discuss your needs and problems. I enjoy working with people who feel stuck in negative situations or relationships, but feel puzzled about how to improve or change them. Collaboratively, we solve problems and/or rework the patterns that perpetuate the negative situations. We would explore any contributions of the past to the present so you can detach from the old patterns. Eventually, you will feel freer and more empowered to make desired choices in life.
(919) 926-0240
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Barbara Lowe-Greenlee, Psychologist  in Durham
“I enjoy compassionately helping children, adolescents, adults, parents, and families attain the solutions and quality of life which they are seeking. In therapy, I facilitate hope, encouragement, and empowerment, as I partner with clients achieve unique client-centered solutions. I use therapeutic techniques that are designed to meet those goals (e.g., Dialectic Behavior Therapy-DBT, CBT, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Gottman, Sexual Crucible, and DARe attachment/relationship techniques, problem solving, family systems). I have a specialty in Evaluation, spanning developmental, autism spectrum, educational, psychiatric, personality, neuropsychological, and aptitude domains. I work with other professionals to provide an integrated care package.
(919) 585-1575
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Carolyn Stevenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv
“I am a holistic and strengths-based psychotherapist and life coach in Durham, NC, specializing in individual and couples counseling. Special interests include general well-being; anxiety, depression, and anger; relationships and couples counseling; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender as well as multicultural concerns; and meaning and spirituality. I am easy to talk to, compassionate, and provide feedback. I've received my training and education at Smith College and Harvard University.
(919) 421-4962
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Heather Langan, Counselor  in Durham
“Life can be hard. Relationship issues. Childhood abuse. Addiction. An experienced counselor can help you address what's not feeling right, clarify your vision for your life and generate profound change. It IS possible to feel healthier, more fulfilled and balanced in life. I use a practical, nonjudgmental approach with no-nonsense guidance to propel you further down the road to your best life.
(919) 261-7037
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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