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Therapists in Durham

Mary Grigsby, Counselor  in Durham
“Feeling overwhelmed? Anxious? Depressed? Unsure about your next steps? It's easy to feel unsettled these days. The pace of life just keeps getting faster and stress piles up from every direction. It can be hard to know where to turn and who to trust. The good news is you don't have to face the difficulties of life alone. I provide a safe and comfortable environment for you to explore the things that are troubling you. Together you and I will work to find solutions to your questions and concerns and to bring your life to a place of balance.
(919) 286-9659
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Beth Faye Flack, Psychologist  in Durham
“I provide treatment to individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder, Addiction Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders and Major Depression. I have been trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Methods. I am passionate about providing effective and empathetic treatment to teenagers and adults. Please feel free to contact me for a free consultation by phone and we can schedule an initial appointment within one week.
(910) 722-1628
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Kenny Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you having difficulty coping with anxiety or depression? Are you stuck in unhealthy relationships or patterns of behavior? Therapy can help you first identify, and then create the kinds of lasting, positive changes you desire in your life and your relationships.
(919) 813-7269
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Elaine Burgwyn, Psychologist  in Durham
“I use a cognitive-behavioral approach to help clients move beyond grief, relationship problems, depression and anxiety so that they can lead more joyful and productive lives. PLEASE CALL TO CONTACT - Special interests include working with clients with chronic medical conditions and infertility. I have received specialized training in Cognitive-Behavioral Marital Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I am a NC licensed Psychologist and Health Services Provider and I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1998
(919) 419-3110 x112
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Kevin J Ryan, Counselor  in Durham
“My approach Integrative Psychotherapy draws primarily from Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Insight Meditation. It is my experience that people make changes in their lives in therapy when they feel appropriately supported and understood. This combined with awareness developed through mindfulness practices enables people to take the insights cultivated in therapy sessions and implement them in their lives. I see therapy as an opportunity to explore how our thoughts and perceptions about our life situations, determine the quality of how we experience our lives. Our self-perceptions developed throughout our lives, are often our greatest impediment to changing our lives.
(919) 246-8765
Durham, North Carolina 27712
Julie Michalowski, Psychologist  in Durham
“I place much emphasis on the therapeutic relationship, believing it to be a great vehicle for change during the therapy process. I collaborate with clients, tailoring goals to each individual's specific needs, and help them develop skills to overcome problems. My approach to therapy is primarily through client-centered and interpersonal orientations, while incorporating empirically-validated therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I am a big believer in the usefulness of DBT, especially for those individuals experiencing difficulty with emotion regulation and interpersonal relationships.
(919) 371-4323
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Cindy Swartz, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LSAC, CSI, ICAADC
“We all experience periods of emotional distress, pain, and suffering. Your pain may be acute, related to a challenging relationship, a work or life transition, a tragedy or trauma, or perhaps your suffering is more sustained-persistent feelings of shame or guilt, or a sustained sense of anxiety or sadness. Whatever the issue, the ultimate goal of counseling will be for you to alleviate your suffering by creating positive, lasting change or movement-in the ways that you feel, think, and act. I utilize a variety of therapeutic orientations and techniques to propel you toward your specific goals.
(919) 680-1034
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Sandra VanderLinde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Helping people grow and change is the most meaningful work I could do. I reflect this perspective in the way I practice and in the relationships I build with my clients. Clients say that I am patient, "down-to-earth," direct, and collaborative. If you are in pain because of a damaged relationship, past trauma, self-defeating behavior or all three, I am ready and able to walk with you toward change and healing. Check out my web site for more information. I am happy to talk with you about whether my skills and your objectives are a good match.
(919) 641-1211
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Nina Solanki, Psychologist  in Durham
“We all have times we need to talk about ourselves, relationships, or situation to best figure things out. I provide a safe and active environment where you can focus completely on yourself without fear of judgment, and we work together to find ways to improve things. I help people solve a variety of life issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, healthy lifestyle, eating disorders, and work strife, to name a few. I teach mindfulness skills to individuals and couples, which improve self-awareness, emotional intelligence, relationships and overall well-being, and created a mindfulness-based relationship enhancement program for couples.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“Carolina Partners was established in 1994 with two offices; one in Henderson, NC and one in Chapel Hill, NC. In the last 20 years we've added 14 locations in NC and have become the largest private mental health practice in the area.
(919) 929-9610
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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
Marianne Kikta Fougere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW, MSW
“I love the work I do,and together we will find real solutions to your life challenges. I am a very experienced therapist, and clients find me comfortable, compassionate and effective. Working from a strength-based and CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) perspective, I have assisted a wide range of children, men, women and families in regaining hope and reaching the quality of life they desire. I work with children of all ages using play-based therapy with a strong parent coaching component. Together we will help your typical or special needs children make changes which will benefit the entire family.
(919) 323-8464
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Karen Powell, Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdS, MS, LPC, NCC, CCMHC
“I believe there is hope for people to feel less overwhelmed, depressed, and anxious, by making positive changes in their lives and relationships. Everyone can use help in overcoming life's challenges. I believe it is my job as a counselor to offer a non-judgmental, confidential environment to explore thoughts and feelings and find new methods to cope in order to live a fuller, more enriching life. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults to enhance family relationships and individual growth. I have experience with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma issues, thought disorders, eating disorders, and academic issues.
(919) 429-7079
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Jennifer Susan Colvin, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a board certified psychiatrist and trained in both Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. I also have a PhD in Neuroscience. My office is near Duke East Campus. I provide comprehensive evaluations and evidence-based medication treatment and psychotherapy for a wide variety of conditions in people of all ages.
(919) 289-8028
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Structure House, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Structure House is a highly respected residential weight loss program that is founded upon the philosophy that achieving and maintaining weight loss goals is the result of changing the way overweight individuals think about nutrition, exercise and the role food plays in their lives. Structure House's 28-day program provides a wealth of health information and nutrition education, increased opportunities for activity, and an elevated awareness of the triggers that can lead to unhealthy overeating.
(866) 756-1691
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
Jessica Middleton, Counselor  in Durham
“I strongly believe you should feel comfortable with the therapist you choose, and hopeful about the work ahead of you. Whether you work with a therapist briefly or for a longer period of time, a comfortable therapeutic relationship is essential for you to feel comfortable discussing such intimate and personal information. It is my hope that we will be able to develop a therapeutic alliance that will be the foundation for promoting positive growth and change.
(919) 626-3380
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Marjorie Scheer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW, CHWC
“I work with adults over 21 who are moving through identity, life, school or work transitions or who are struggling in their intimate relationships in various ways. I often work with patients who have tried therapy before and sense that now is the time to dig in more deeply in order to break free from entrenched habits or challenges.
(919) 582-7547
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Tina Lepage, Psychologist  in Durham
“I subscribe to a solution-focus philosophy, in which I strive to address the problem as quickly as possible, but with enough depth to avoid relapse. I set goals early in treatment with adults and couples, or with children/teenagers and their families, so we can find successful solutions and change behavior problems, emotional difficulties, academic difficulties, or family problems as soon as possible. I love people and people's stories, and am always truly and deeply interested in the story of every child, teen, and adult I meet. I also think laughter is therapeutic and therapy can be fun.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Callie Justice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“In my practice I focus on helping people to free the present from the long term effects of problematic early life experiences. In psychotherapy, we work to create space for thoughts, feelings, and memories to emerge and to be understood. Understanding supports developing new skills which allow for new and more positive choices to be made based in the present, cleared of the distortions of the past. I offer a brief telephone consultation for potential clients.
(919) 648-4690
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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