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Therapists in Matthews

At Home Family Counselor, Counselor  in Matthews
“Therapy should be convenient and affordable. Honesty is important to both of us, I will not waste your time or your resources. If you do choose to work with me it will be at your own pace. I do make house calls to provide private care and convenience, I also have a home office. I have an integrative approach to mental health, thank you and be well.
(704) 245-6472
Matthews, North Carolina 28104
Lauren Wright Egleston, Counselor  in Matthews
“*Evening appointment availability* Do you feel marginalized or alienated by societal and family expectations? Do you sometimes feel like you're living a lie? Struggling with an addiction or eating disorder is a painful process that is driven by secrecy and control. My goal is to help break down these walls and bring what hides in the darkness into the light in a nonjudgmental, caring, and compassionate manner so you can begin seeing a different way of living. I believe that only when you feel enough support and safety are you able to begin making choices for health and recovery.
(704) 659-6861
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Aimee Whaley, Counselor  in Matthews
“I began working in the Autism community in 2007, providing direct support to individuals in group home settings. After earning my MS in Mental Health Counseling in 2012, I worked with the Institute for Family Centered Services in Cleveland and Gaston counties and Firmly Rooted Counseling & Consulting in Davidson, NC. As co-founder of Halcyon Mental Health, I currently provide services for individuals and families affected by issues including Autism, anxiety, LGBTQ issues, and other relationship concerns. With the right support, you can create your calm today.
(704) 325-5093
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Robin Navarro, Psychologist  in Matthews
“Are you feeling anxious? Depressed? Scared? Angry? Grieving a loss? Worried about tomorrow? Not able to live in the moment? Do any of these symptoms affect your relationships, work, or school? It is important to be matched to the psychologist who can best help you and with whom you feel most comfortable. I offer validation in a supportive environment and facilitate your gaining insight into destructive patterns and will give a gentle push when needed to promote change. I find that often, taking the first step is the most difficult, but the journey can be so rewarding.
(704) 774-0459
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Richard Scott Halliburton, Counselor  in Matthews
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA). I hold a Masters of Arts in Christian Counseling degree from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
(704) 271-5362
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Sheila Buck Maitland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, LPCS
“I believe that becoming healthy means having choices, where pain is gain and misery is optional. Whether looking for help individually or in your relationship, it's a relief to not do it alone.
(704) 325-5863
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Nancy Waring, Psychologist  in Matthews
“I work with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, a wide range of relationship issues (including marital, pre-marital, divorce and singleness), chronic illness, grief and also offer career assessment and counseling. I combine a practical, problem solving approach with a focus on the client's emotional and family history to facilitate greater insight for the client as we collaborate to bring balance and wholeness to that client's life. In my many years of practice, I have been on staff at a university counseling center, a large private practice and currently am with a ministry-based counseling center.
(704) 727-4277 x3052
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Dawn Moot, Counselor  in Matthews
“Life can be stressful and demanding at times. If you're suffering or feel like you're not living the life you want, I'd like to help you achieve your goals and live a more satisfying and peaceful life. My work is with adolescents, teens, and adults who struggle with issues including anxiety, depression, stress, phobias, relationship difficulties, low self-esteem, PTSD, trauma, personality disorders, infertility, prenatal and postpartum depression, and family problems. I am dedicated to providing you with a warm, safe, peaceful, and judgement-free environment in which you can openly express yourself and obtain relief.
(646) 681-1827
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Chris Nealy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I began working in the Autism community in 2003, providing direct support to individuals in group home settings. After earning my MSW at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2011, I worked with the Autism Society of NC and Firmly Rooted Counseling & Consulting in Davidson, NC. As co-founder and owner of Halcyon Mental Health, I currently provide services for individuals and families affected by issues including Autism, ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral management with a focus on communication and relationship development. With the right support, you can create your calm today.
(919) 648-0069
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Carolyn Vanderhall, Counselor  in Matthews
“Vanderhall Counseling Services is a professional counseling practice committed to assessing the diverse needs of our clients, resulting in an effective path to personal growth.
(704) 624-7801
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Aimee Ryan Bellmore, Counselor  in Matthews
“Psychotherapy is not easily described in general statements. It varies depending on the personalities of the psychotherapist and client and the particular problems you are experiencing. Every client is unique and my approach will differ from person to person. I believe in creating an accessible, comfortable, authentic, and respectful environment for all clients. I will be happy to help you set up a free phone consultation and answer any questions you may have about therapy and how I work to ensure you are selecting the best therapist for your needs.
(704) 751-0999
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Autumn Austin, Counselor  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, LCAS, BCETS
“There are many reasons people seek counseling; regardless of the reasons, I believe an enhanced sense of self understanding and acceptance is essential in all situations (this includes understanding how past experiences have shaped the way we view ourselves, as well as how we understand relating to others). Therapy provides a safe place to explore reactions, thoughts, and feelings about people in your life as well as yourself. It allows you the opportunity to practice new ways of interacting and, when ready, to try these in other relationships.
(704) 751-5279
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Sloan Huggins, Counselor  in Matthews
“CREATE THE LIFE YOU WANT! Therapy is a process through which you cultivate your innate ability to resolve issues and create the life you want. It is my role to partner with you in this process and collaborate to reach your goals. I tailor my therapeutic approach for each individual, as there is no "one-stop-shop" for effective therapy. My treatment approach combines elements of existential, cognitive-behavioral, and dialectical behavior therapies.
(704) 893-8289
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Sandra Schoonover, Psychologist  in Matthews
“Want to learn how to manage stress and be the person you want to be? Therapy provides a path to greater peace and happiness.Understanding how attitudes and behaviors affect us can bring about major change. My clinical approach is based on your individual needs and concerns. I use psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and family therapy techniques to help you achieve your goals. We will work together to improve your life situation and relationships or those of your child. Areas of expertise include: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Psychosomatic Disorders, Depression, Abuse, Infertility, and Family Dysfunction.
(704) 751-4418
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Barbara Givens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“I find great fulfillment in seeing married couples grow closer and move toward relationships characterized by healing rather than hurting interactions. I am currently working with Rodgers Christian Counseling and have had training in their Soul Healing Love Model which I incorporate in much of my work. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am well trained in assisting clients to explore family of origin relational patterns and how they influence their current relationships. I also incorporate the use of several other counseling approaches including Narrative, Solution Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(704) 269-4474
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Lee Sumrall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT, LPC-S
“Do you find your relationship has several issues that can not seem to be resolved? Are you trying to decide about marriage? Are you feeling stuck in your life stage? Is there confusion around why you and your spouse can't see eye to eye on parenting? These and other questions are ones I've worked with couples and families on resolving for the last decade.
(704) 859-4289
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Debbie A Breen, Counselor  in Matthews
“Are you Overwhelmed, Angry or Anxious? Do you feel Alone, Depressed or Numb? I have helped hundreds of people, adults, adolescents and children reconcile these issues, identify wants and needs, and achieve resolve for a more satisfying life today, and promising tomorrow, for this generation and the next. I am a parent & child advocate, family & individual therapist, and pastoral confidant. My work with families & individuals, young and old, help them achieve understanding, meaning and direction for the current issue of today, and those that will occur in the future. I am the founder of South Charlotte Family Counseling located in Matthews, NC.
(704) 504-7282
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Jessica Beyer, Counselor  in Matthews
“I have experience with clients of all ages with a variety of issues; however my specialty is working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and teens struggling with addictions. With young clients, I strongly believe that integrating parents into therapy, when appropriate, is essential to meeting their goals. I am excited to not only serve Matthews residents, but also Monroe residents and surrounding areas.
(704) 935-4208
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Mike Vaughn, Counselor  in Matthews
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPCS, CSAT, (C)
“My practice is focused on treating sexual brokenness and addiction, trauma(relational, single event, PTSD) and marital issues, including infidelity. Many times, these three treatment areas are linked together and experience in all three leads to more comprehensive therapy. I have also worked with clients with many different presenting issues over 12 years of private practice. I believe this experience helps me address the varied needs that my clients present.
(704) 498-4152
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Chris Cook, Counselor  in Matthews
“Whether you are struggling to keep from being swallowed by grief, wrestling with your spiritual life, challenged by a mental illness, or working through relationship difficulties, I believe that I can offer hope, motivation, and a perspective that is compassionate and helpful as I join you in your journey. I have been able to successfully help people struggling with spiritual issues, marital or family challenges, anxiety and depression, trauma, men's issues and emotional distress like anger, grief, loss and life stress.
(828) 348-0736
Matthews, North Carolina 28105
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