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Therapists in Durham

Durham DBT, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Finding it difficult to cope with day-to-day stressors is a common experience. Maybe it seems as though your emotions are difficult to control or that your emotions are controlling your life. Perhaps you cannot seem to move beyond anxiety or depression no matter how hard you try. For some, interpersonal difficulties seem to be a problem. You may find it difficult to get along with others, or, you would like more meaningful relationships, but aren't quite sure how to go about connecting with others.
(919) 627-8675
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Shelda Abdur-Razzaq, Counselor  in Durham
“As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. Blending conventional and alternative approaches, I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client. I work with each client to help them build on their strengths to identify and achieve life goals.
(919) 328-2969
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Ellen Pizer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer clients a collaborative approach to address whatever may have brought them to my door. My relationally focused psychodynamic style supports the idea that healing occurs through our connection with others. By providing a safe and solid therapeutic relationship to a person, that person begins to experience a greater range of perspective regarding their own life and the lives around them. With increased self-awareness, individuals are able to recognize that they have more choices in their lives. I have found this to be true regardless of what obstacles a person may be facing.
(919) 283-4545
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Juliet Cheng Brown, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Durham
“I have been helping kids and adults for over 15 years achieve their goals by working together through anxiety, fear, trauma, and anger. I believe in creating an atmosphere of trust in which clients can explore their fears and take necessary chances to better their lives. I use an eclectic approach to therapy combining cognitive behavioral skills training with client centered, insight oriented approaches.
(919) 666-6513
Durham, North Carolina 27713
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
Gary D. Glass, Psychologist  in Durham
“I work with clients from young-adulthood through the various transitions of life. I have particular interests in working with couples and individuals facing relationship concerns. I also enjoy helping people address the fears and worries associated with anxiety, the burdensome loss of self associated with depression, and the nuanced issues of control and confidence so often manifested in disordered eating. I also have an interest in how racial, gender, and other identities impact one's struggle and inform one's resilience. Finally, I enjoy incorporating clients' faith or particular spiritual foundations into their counseling experience.
(919) 907-2055
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Rachel Stevens, Psychologist  in Durham
“I'm a licensed psychologist with extensive experience treating women with eating disorders and other eating and body image issues. I'm a strong advocate of the Health at Every Size movement and believe that you can lead a full, healthy life regardless of your size when treating your body respectfully/well. I have experience with depression, anxiety, and trauma processing. I'm eclectic in my therapeutic practice and trained in DBT and believe in person-centered therapy. My practice is a safe and comfortable environment to begin the work of change, at the rate you feel safe doing so!
(919) 283-0524
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Sozo Life And Wellness Center, PLLC, Counselor  in Durham
“Each of us at some point in our lives face painful life situations and challenges, some of which we can navigate alone, but others requiring help. Sometimes family and friends can provide that support but many times having a non-biased perspective is more appropriate and effective. As a Licensed Christian therapist, I use appropriate psychological methods used within the field of mental health professionals and add the insights of the Word of God to help those who are facing such situations deal with those issues and move forward to experience a more purposeful and satisfying and life.
(919) 799-2640
Durham, North Carolina 27707
April Harris-Britt, Psychologist  in Durham
“I utilize a systems approach to wellness that incorporates developmental, psychological, and social strengths in assessment and treatment. My interactions with clients are grounded in compassion, respect, empathy, and an understanding of cultural impacts. I consider the role of a therapist as helping to educate and empower clients so that they develop the insight and skills necessary to overcome their own personal and situational challenges. I prefer to use child-centered, play therapy with children. I am also trained in Trauma-focused CBT, and EMDR. Specific areas of focus include reunification therapy, foster-care and adoption, Aspergerís Disorder, mediation regarding custody, and trauma.
(919) 586-8018 x1001
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Bobby West MSW, LCSW PLLC and Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“Are you struggling with feelings of anxiety, having panic attacks, and difficulty making decisions? Are you unable to fall asleep at night because your mind is racing? Have you recently experienced a loss or are you having relationship problems? Are you having thoughts of suicide or self harming behaviors? Our therapists can help you develop skills to manage your emotional dysregulation that will carry over to the real world.
(919) 275-2174
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Marguerite Dingman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MDiv
“I have more than twenty years of experience working with people of all ages. With children I work to strengthen the child-parent relationship as we work together to address the challenges your child is facing. Often parent(s) are right in the room as we explore together how to support and help your child. Since children express themselves more in play than words you may find yourselves doing your "work" in a room filled with dinosaurs, puppets and games. Together we find a way to well-being for your child and for you as parents.
(919) 344-0863
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Nicole Engel, Psychologist  in Durham
“Would you like to feel less stressed and anxious? Do you want increased confidence and self-esteem? Are you seeking happier relationships? These changes are possible for you. Let's work together to empower you to feel better about yourself and your life.
(919) 429-7907
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Janice L Bryant, Counselor  in Durham
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS). I specialize in populations dually diagnosed with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. I am trained in Multi-Systemic Therapy; a family focused evidenced based model. Other trainings include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Trauma Focused Therapy and Motivational Interviewing which is primarily used with populations battling chemical addiction.
(919) 647-9914
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
Anthony Smith, Psychologist  in Durham
“Inspiration is the key to successful change and growth. Although problems can have similar origins, we as unique human beings bring to our life a perspective that is different than anyone else. As such it is important that our uniqueness is valued and respected. In helping clients with their various issues, this is the cornerstone of my approach. I see my role as a mirror, helping you to craft a plan to get from where you are currently to where you want to be based on your value system. Remember, change starts from within.
(919) 283-3872
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Louis A Giordano, Counselor  in Durham
“Dr. Giordano's sister Maryann died in 1986 after a 4.5 year struggle with cancer. After Dr. Giordanoís last treatment for brain cancer, he began his studies in psychology. Dr. Giordano is the grateful father of two teens. These and many other experiences help Dr. Giordano understand first hand the impact of living with and losing a terminally ill sibling, the effects of losing a child on parents, being diagnosed and treated for cancer, and the challenges related to marriage, divorce, raising children, and caring for aging parents.
(919) 794-8377
Durham, North Carolina 27713
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
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
Janet Savia, Psychological Associate  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, PsyD, MSPH
“Life can be hard. No matter how healthy, smart, hardworking or successful we may be, we can find ourselves facing unexpected challenges and feeling overwhelmed or confused. I work with adults of all ages and walks of life. Some are depressed or anxious or angry or grieving. Some want to grow or understand themselves better. If you want to grow; if you are struggling; if your challenge is too complex to work through on your own; if you do not want to burden family or friends; then working with a therapist can be helpful and emotionally safe.
(919) 745-8441
Durham, North Carolina 27703
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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