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Therapists in Wilmington

Ralph W Fox, Counselor  in Wilmington
“My goal is to meet your needs in a warm and comfortable environment. You will be seen in a spacious, comfortable office at a time that is convenient to your busy schedule. I can work with you remotely via Skype or FaceTime. I will work as your personal coach to help you get back on the right track and be happy again. If you are having trouble dealing with your personal or relationship issues, I can help!
(910) 216-4872
Wilmington, North Carolina 28405
Marion Gittings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My education in social work emphasized the importance of relationship and my work experience has reinforced this. I believe in the power of relationship between a therapist and a client to help people change, grow and discover more about themselves so that they can achieve happiness and health. Therapy can be like giving birth: it can be painful, messy, beautiful and, in the end, you have an amazing result. People have the ability to make changes or to re-decide anything about their life. Therapy is personal work that requires some thought when you enter into relationship with a therapist.
(910) 401-3206
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Nina Hayhurst-Chacon, Psychological Associate  in Wilmington
“People come from all walks of life, no two are the same. With each unique challenge, there is a unique individual striving for change. Trauma and depression can significantly alter an individual's life leaving one feeling completely isolated and confused. My job is to encourage and provide a non-judgmental environment to facilitate healing and positive change.
(910) 763-5533
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Julie A Stone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, P-LCAS
“Welcome! First of all, let me just say that people come to therapy for all kinds of reasons - job stress, family conflict, the birth of a child, a change in your primary relationship, adjusting to life as a college student or young adult, and so much more. You do not have to be diagnosed with a mental health problem to benefit from therapy. I believe the world is a complex and complicated place, where the only constant is change. We are all constantly adapting to change. At times, change can be confusing and scary - even good changes can be stressful.
(910) 722-1312
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Catherine Swartzwelder Pittman, Counselor  in Wilmington
“I practice Child Centered play therapy with children and adolescents. I am also a Parenting coordinator and coach for high conflict divorce cases.
(910) 506-3789
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Wendy W Laursen, Counselor  in Wilmington
“One of my many passions is working with those who struggle with addiction. I also have a heart for working with teens and their unique challenges including self-esteem and body image. My experiences also encompass working with those who suffer with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. I believe that your sessions should provide you with a safe place for sharing and addressing your challenges in a productive manner. Therefore, I give every effort in providing you with an opportunity for hope and healing.
(910) 506-3728
Wilmington, North Carolina 28409
“I help to maximize the client's potential by body and mind via BodyTalk, Psychotherapy from a Jungian perspective, and Dream work analysis to explore a client's pathway in life. Young professionals, alternative medicine professionals, artists, and those with issues relating to self development will find support and guidance from working with me. conscious awareness of one's values and purpose, elicits creativity; and strengthens one's inner confidence.
(910) 920-9788
Wilmington, North Carolina 28409
Kristen D Rudy, Counselor  in Wilmington
“Healing HeARTs Counseling Center, PLLC is dedicated to providing the highest level of mental and behavioral health counseling and art therapy services, using evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist, Kristen enjoys treating children and teens with emotional, academic, or behavioral concerns, as well as individual adults with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, work related problems, relational concerns, and persistent mental illnesses.
(910) 777-1866
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Terry L Tackett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We all have times in our lives that we need someone to come along side of us and help us through the struggles that life may bring. As a counselor for over 20 years, I have been offering professional compassionate care for people facing difficulties in their lives. Our work together begins by identifying the issues you are facing and setting up clear and achievable goals. Whether you are facing anxiety, excessive worry, depression, marital issues or relational difficulties, it is good to know that there is help for your specific situation. Working together can be the answer for you.
(910) 808-4154
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Cheryl Maddux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Hi, I'm Cheryl. I have 10+ years of experience as a Clinical Social Worker/therapist. I see therapy as a process of introspection with compassion. Within therapy, one learns to listen and respond with compassion for oneself and others. In therapy, one can develop the ability to expand awareness and be more flexible in making life choices. My specialties include depression, anxiety, loss and grief, relationship issues, gay and lesbian issues, and trauma. I use a blend of cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic models and work with individuals, couples and groups.
(910) 212-4660
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Wilmington Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Wilmington
“Featuring four facilities in North and South Carolina, the Wilmington Treatment Center offers several levels of care - including comprehensive detoxification, inpatient, outpatient, day treatment and aftercare services - to adult men and women who struggle with alcohol or drug addiction. Based upon the 12-Step model, the program focuses on personal growth in recovery, and features a wide range of therapeutic interventions and relapse-prevention strategies.
(877) 795-9682
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Katie N. Windham, Counselor  in Wilmington
“Times of difficulty and uncertainty can increase stress, anxiety, depression, addictive behaviors, and can place added strain on relationships. The therapeutic process can help you develop a sense of calming, clarity, flexibility, and resilience. Help is available. You can begin to heal and restore balance in your life. I can provide support and resources for you to develop self-awareness, coping skills, effective communication skills, and healthy boundaries.
(912) 330-4874
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Tracy Boyer-Matthews, Counselor  in Wilmington
“Relationship Therapy is how I describe my expertise as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Certified in Imago Relationship Therapy for over a decade, my passion is working with clients on the core relationships in life. In Couples or Marriage Therapy, my immediate focus is dismantling ineffective communication patterns that evoke circular power struggles. With singles in Individual Therapy I assist in examining relationship histories and learning new ways to attract and keep sustainable love relationships. I also specialize in sex therapy as it pertains to dysfunction, aging, abuse or reviving new passion in relationships.
(910) 550-3878
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Alice Canup, LCSW, Licensed Coach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilmington
“I show people how to EXPERIENCE HAPPINESS AND WELL-BEING by creating new habits. Depression and anxiety are largely behavioral. We have choices about our thoughts, emotions and actions. Ninety percent of these can be modified through intent. Everyone pursues happiness in their own way. I love to help people with their unique process. Some areas of one's life may need support. Learn the areas that are critical. I use research from the field of Positive Psychology to guide and tools from HeartMath to manage stress and shift emotions. Happiness itself can increase resilience to stressful situations and physical problems.
(910) 719-3253
Wilmington, North Carolina 28412
Troy Peverall, Counselor  in Wilmington
“The heartbeat of my work lies in strengthening marriages, those struggling with substance abuse, pornography/internet addiction issues, depression, anxiety and helping the adolescent and young adult male find and fulfill his purpose in life. My approach with individuals, marriages and those suffering from addiction is to help them discover principles of faith and the integration of thinking/behaving patterns that become useful in all stages of life and it's difficulties.
(910) 550-2362
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
George N Gates, Psychologist  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, DMin, MA, LPA, LPC, NCC
“I have had good success with working with the resolution of depression and anxiety with clients for over 30 years. I work with people who are trying to improve their marriage or reluctantly must decide another direction. Sometimes men are ambivalent about trusting therapy. While the national norm is that therapist caseloads are 70/30 % women more than men, my norm is an even split between men and women. Men do find they can make headway on stubborn relational or emotional issues. I also see adolescent boys as they make their transition into young manhood.
(910) 401-3384
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Yael Gold, Psychologist  in Wilmington
“I believe that an atmosphere of trust, compassion, and empathy is at the core of any healing process. Within this context, I provide guidance in uncovering patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that lie at the root of present day difficulties. Often, issues from the past, continue to have a direct effect on current feelings and circumstances. For others, the primary reason for seeking counseling may be related to a major life change or transition.
(910) 799-6162
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Patricia M Brown, Psychological Associate  in Wilmington
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Psychological Associate, MA, LPC
“I believe people seek out objective psychological services when they have exhausted their personal resources; it is at that point I find they are open to collaboratively seeking out and finding new ways to resolve their problems. With a Master's Degree from East Carolina University and 30 years experience, primarily in a clinical setting, but some in group care and some in academia, I strive to offer these services in warm non-institutional setting. I have been married to Chuck for 20 years and have 3 wonderful children.
(910) 663-1956
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Ben Templin Rigby, Psychologist  in Wilmington
“I specialize in the areas of child, adolescent, young adult, and family psychotherapy. My practice involves helping individuals with issues such as anxiety, depression, stress management, ADHD, learning/academic difficulties, and social difficulties (conflict with peers, shyness, bullying, anger management). In my work with children, I involve parents or primary caregivers to the fullest extent possible and appropriate for the situation. Adolescent clients are given more autonomy, but parents/family members are involved in therapy, as appropriate. At times, the focus of therapy is on issues related to the parent-child (or adolescent) relationship, and family therapy is used.
(910) 254-4545
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Carrie Perkis, Psychological Associate  in Wilmington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, EdS, LPA, HSP-PA
“Currently accepting new clients - after school/work appointments available! My practice is dedicated to helping children, adolescents, adults, and families in a professional, non-judgmental, and supportive therapeutic environment. My approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral (CBT), which is goal-oriented and aims to change the patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people's difficulties, and so change the way they feel. My specialties include treating various emotional and behavioral concerns, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, anger management, oppositional behavior, and academic difficulties. My passion is working with children with emotional, behavioral, and adjustment issues, alongside providing support to their parents and families.
(910) 565-1930
Wilmington, North Carolina 28405

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