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Therapists in Durham

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
Samir Hanef, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS-A
“I provide both outpatient mental health therapy and substance abuse/use assessments and therapy to all members of the community. Clients experiencing such issues as depression/anxiety, PTSD/trauma, life changes, gender identity concerns, and substance use will benefit from the services I offer. I utilize a person centered approach and work collaboratively with clients to address their needs. I meet clients 'where they are' and work with them to identify positive interventions and change. The comprehensive clinical assessments and substance abuse assessments I provide meet criteria for court ordered and school referred clients and can be completed in office or at your location.
(919) 289-4252
Durham, North Carolina 27707
David M Moore, Counselor  in Durham
“I work best with: persons trying therapy for the first time after long deliberation; inexplicably, half my patients are international; persons who unsuccessfully have tried meds, CBT, DBT, EMDR, groups, etc, everything except psychoanalytic work. My goal is to help you resolve your problems but also help you accept your human uniqueness and even brokenness in all your body, emotion, brain, psyche, and spirit complexity. I am a certified Psychoanalyst, supervising psychiatry residents at UNC and Duke, teaching Neuroscience Philosophy and Psychotherapy at Duke. Earlier, PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy (Virginia Tech); M.Div., Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary.
(919) 330-0052
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Carolina House Eating Disorder Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Carolina House is pleased to announce two locations in the Research Triangle area with a variety of service. Our residential program provides women suffering from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder combines medical care, psychiatry, psychotherapy and dietary interventions. Situated in a beautiful craftsman style farmhouse and surrounded by 10 acres of forest, Carolina House provides a beautiful, safe and nurturing environment for women to heal at the residential level.
(877) 759-6348
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Stephanie English, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide services to children, adolescents, adults, and couples in a supportive environment where we can navigate through the challenges and transitions that life presents. I truly believe in the healing power of therapy and have seen firsthand the positive impact therapy can have in a person and family life. I am honored to take on life's challenges with you by providing support, guidance, and comfort.
(919) 283-5439
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Orlando Dowdy, Pastoral Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MDiv
“I am a pastoral counselor who believes in the authenticity of each person's struggles as they encounter them in their journey through life. I seek to help others in the curing of their souls through psychotherapy. I make every effort to provide a therapeutic environment that is non-judgmental, supportive, safe, nurturing and empathic. Making the decision to come to counseling can be difficult and overwhelming. It's a privilege for me to be present with you in this process. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email or call.
(919) 975-5892
Durham, North Carolina 27704
Kimberley Cochran PsyD PLLC, Psychologist  in Durham
“I have over 15 years of experience in one-on-one and couples therapy, successfully treating adults and adolescents, many of whom are going through transitions in their lives. I have extensive experience in relationship issues, divorce, blended families, military issues, parenting, job and academic stress, sexual identity issues, anxiety, depression, trauma and grief. During a comprehensive assessment, I help my clients identify areas of satisfaction as well as areas they would like to change.
(919) 710-8847
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Carolyn R Craft, Counselor  in Durham
“When your thoughts or actions do not match your feelings, or you find that certain relationships are a problem, it could be time to explore what hidden patterns might be impacting your life. Because you are always in relationship to those in your world, whether family, work, or with a significant other; it is important to find ways to calm overwhelming emotions, overcome negative feelings, develop effective communication skills and discover the real issues in your life. In a non-invasive therapy environment, together we will build permanent resources to support you in being who you truly want to be.
(919) 429-7932
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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
Kevin Metz, Psychologist  in Durham
“My approach to psychotherapy is that of a humanist; that is, successful therapy results in your continued evolution into your true self. My therapeutic style is gentle and engaged, and I respect your intelligence. I strive to provide an atmosphere of care and compassion which allows you to curiously explore what events, past and present are contributing to your challenges. It's important to me to take the time to understand your values and desires so that our work is grounded in how you see yourself.
(919) 572-0000
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Breastcancertherapist-survivor.com, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
“You will leave each therapy session with something more than you had when you came. It is a new perspective, information," homework," or simply a renewed sense of hope. Working together is about creating solutions and resolutions that enable you to move ahead. Empathy, caring, my ability to hear beyond the facts of your life story and sense your heartfelt center of concern are the qualities I bring to our work. It is not just my work, it is ours.Treatment evolves through our communication and relationship. Together we nurture courage, strength and your growing sense of what is possible.
(919) 275-2093
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Meredith Hancock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MA
“I love hearing that a client's relationship has improved, watching someone who was fearful to share their story relax when they realize that they aren't judged, and celebrating with a person who has changed a behavior they were unhappy about. I appreciate getting to witness the calm that comes to someone who has just decided on a course of action. I help those who feel lonely and misunderstood find community, those who have forgotten their passions find inspiration, and those who struggle with self-criticism find self-confidence.
(919) 275-2216
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Katy Harper, Psychologist  in Durham
“I believe clients come to therapy through many different paths and try to meet each client where he or she is on her journey towards change. I enjoy collaborating with clients to identify areas for potential change, barriers to change and goals for therapy. I believe that self-acceptance, empowerment and self-compassion are key to address psychological challenges. I have significant training in cognitive behavioral therapy, but also incorporate mindfulness, emotion focused, dialectical behavior therapy and motivational interviewing approaches into my work.
(919) 323-8702 x116
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Margaret Lapinski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling blocked, disconnected from yourself, not living up to your potential? Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, or trauma related symptoms? Are you a victim of abuse? Do you have career or relationship related issues? Have you tried doing it all by yourself and felt like you needed assistance from a skilled, caring, and non judgmental professional? Let me help you. Together we can remove emotional barriers to living your best life. I can assist you in designing what you truly want to manifest, and then use action oriented techniques to make that happen.
(919) 561-5007
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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
Sheila Read, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I see people who want to live meaningful lives but who are hurting or feel blocked from living into their authentic calling. My passion is for working with people who recognize they are at a turning point in their lives and seek help in growth or healing. I particularly enjoy talking with people who are motivated to change or are seeking to grow in relationship to God during difficult times of their life. People see me about spiritual seeking and purpose, depression, anxiety, relationships, marital problems, trauma, life or work transitions, challenges related to family illness, and addictions.
(919) 648-4448
Durham, North Carolina 27713
Pamela Richey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
“Clients looking for positive ways to enrich or reclaim their lives will find encouragement, challenge, creativity, and action plans in working with me. I see therapy as a collaborative process every step of the way- from goal-setting to termination. We look at strengths, and focus on what we know is already working. This is true in individual therapy as well as work with couples and families. After 25 years in the field, I have developed an eclectic approach based on experience, multiple continuing education programs each year, and current research. My goal for clients is fuller, richer relationships and life.
(919) 641-8525
Durham, North Carolina 27707
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
Lisa Noelle Finlay, Counselor  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, LCAS, CCS, CSAT, Cand
“Living the life you dream of isn't always an obvious or straightforward path. Families of origin, unexpected loss, trauma, addiction... circumstances that interfere with a happy, successful life. Sometimes the help of a caring professional can mean the difference between being stuck and moving ahead. Thanks for visiting my site and letting me share with you about my work. I'm an experienced mental health and addictions therapist, working with adults suffering from depression, anxiety, substance dependence, sex addiction and other problems.
(919) 759-5807
Durham, North Carolina 27705
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
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