Therapists in Durham

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Kristin Wade, M.S., LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
Marriage & Family Therapist
“I am not taking new clients at this time. Finding happiness in your life and relationships is possible. However, in modern times, it seems more and more difficult to live this kind of life. For many of us, our stress becomes unmanageable and we despair about the possibility of changing. If you are struggling to find peace, it is not your fault. I can help. I am passionate about helping people who are struggling to find more joy in their lives and in their relationships. I will work with you to help you create lasting changes in your life.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 238-6148
Rachel Stevens, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PsyD
“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!
Durham, North Carolina 27713
(919) 283-0524
Carolyn (Lynn) Evans, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“In my practice, I provide a safe, non-judgmental setting in which my clients can discuss their pain and develop solutions to issues which are in the way of living their lives fully. My co-therapist Georgie (my dog) enhances this environment with his trusting, loving presence. He will participate as much or as little as clients desire.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(704) 840-4900
Barbara Lowe-Greenlee, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PhD
“I enjoy compassionately helping children, adolescents, adults, parents, and families attain the solutions and quality of life which they are seeking. In therapy, I facilitate hope, encouragement, and empowerment, as I partner with clients achieve unique client-centered solutions. I use therapeutic techniques that are designed to meet those goals (e.g., Dialectic Behavior Therapy-DBT, CBT, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Gottman, Sexual Crucible, and DARe attachment/relationship techniques, problem solving, family systems). I have a specialty in Evaluation, spanning developmental, autism spectrum, educational, psychiatric, personality, neuropsychological, and aptitude domains. I work with other professionals to provide an integrated care package.
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 585-1575
Kathryn A Summers, Pastoral Counselor  in Durham
Pastoral Counselor, PsyD, FBPPC
“I believe that good counseling, beginning with a natural fit between client and therapist, can be one of the most important and beneficial experiences of our lives. I am passionate about working with my clients and strive always to bring my natural compassion and creativity to each session. I find I am most helpful to clients struggling with loss, grief, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, though I help clients work through other issues as well. Because I am trained in theology as well as psychotherapy, I bring a unique understanding of faith and spirituality to my practice, welcoming clients from any (or no) faith tradition.
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 926-0822
Paula Sanders Newman, Counselor  in Durham
Counselor, PhD, LPC, NCC
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Educational Psychologist who serves children and adolescents in Durham, Wake, and Johnston counties. I take a strengths- based approach to helping children and families develop the insight and skills necessary to meet personal and situational challenges. I enjoy helping children and families identify and achieve their goals as individuals and as families. I welcome extended family members, members of faith communities, and any other supports families want to utilize in the treatment process.
Durham, North Carolina 27701
(919) 330-0079
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I can offer individual therapy, couples counseling, marriage counseling, family therapy and group therapy, treating people with anxiety, depression,relationship problems, problems with other people and personal growth issues. I also offer supervision; there is no charge for the first meeting with therapists whether for personal treatment or case consultation. I offer the extra privacy of a home office.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 335-5018
Katy Harper, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PhD
“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.
Durham, North Carolina 27701
(919) 323-8702 x116
Kenny Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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.
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 813-7269
Behavioral Health Solutions, P.A., Psychologist  in Durham
“Since its inception in 2004, Behavioral Health Solutions, P.A., has maintained a commitment to providing the highest quality behavioral and mental health treatment for adults and children in the greater Triangle area. We draw upon a number of therapeutic methods to develop a treatment program that is carefully tailored to meet your goals. Each member of our staff is licensed and has extensive experience. We will provide you with confidential treatment tailored to your specific needs. We have morning, afternoon, evening, Saturday and Skype appointments available.
Durham, North Carolina 27713
(919) 745-8019
J. Louise Newton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a warm and charismatic provider and am excited to become a resource and support for you. If you have become overwhelmed by anxiety or depression, are worried that you have developed an addiction, or are managing other transitions, you may be at the precipice of profound growth. Together we can create a safe space to navigate your change efforts in a gentle and affirming way. My clinical approach is relational-cultural therapy. I accept several insurance policies and bill for you; bring only your copayment at the time of service. I offer sliding scale and evening hours sessions.
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 354-0850
Gary D. Glass, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PhD
“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.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 907-2055
Structure House Weight Loss Program, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“Structure House is a highly-respected, residential weight management program that was founded on the philosophy that achieving and maintaining weight loss goals is the result of changing the way participants think about the role food plays in their lives. Located in Durham, North Carolina, and founded in 1977, Structure House has changed the lives of over 40,000 people worldwide. The team of experts employed at Structure House integrates scientifically supported principles of nutrition, exercise, and psychology to help each participant adopt behaviors that will contribute to a healthier and more satisfying way of living. Individualized treatment programs are established each participant that are developed based upon specific weight loss and health goals. Since opening its doors, Structure House has been dedicated to providing the most compassionate and clinically effective care possible. We empower those in our care with the knowledge and resources that help them shed pounds and significantly improve their overall health.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(844) 205-8489
Peter Perlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
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.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 283-4315
Andrea Savage, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy helping a person recognize their strengths so that they can ultimately feel better about themselves and their life. Helping someone become aware of assumptions that make life harder and replacing them with a strengths base outlook can bring happiness to your day.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 883-9509
Stephen Lucente, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PhD
“If you're reading this you probably have some type of family, life, or work issue, and you are looking for someone who can provide treatment that works. I'm experienced, self-aware, professional, and I have good boundaries.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(443) 341-4628
Nina Solanki, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PsyD
“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.
Durham, North Carolina 27713
(919) 572-0000
Karen Catoe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MPH, MSW, LCSW
“I value and enjoy working with clients of all ages on a range of issues. These concerns include: Anxiety, Depression, Parenting, Trauma, Eating Disorders, Relationship Issues and Life Changes. I specialize in working with children and teenagers with eating disorders (ARFID, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, and Pica). Treatment for teens and children is integrative and regularly includes the family and caregivers. Family sessions often include meal coaching to increase the likelihood of a successful outcome. I collaborate with primary care providers, dietitians, and psychiatrists to coordinate care when working with eating disorder clients of any age.
Durham, North Carolina 27705
(919) 813-2852, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“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.
Durham, North Carolina 27713
(919) 275-2093
Carolina Partners at Shannon Road, Treatment Facility  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 18 locations in NC and have become the largest private mental health practice in the area.
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 403-2122

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