Charlotte, North Carolina Therapists

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Hendersonville, North Carolina

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North Carolina, Louisiana

They say change is one constant… And as the leaves are constantly changing on the acreage where Treehouse Therapy is nestled, we are reminded that we all posses the ability to move gracefully with the seasons on our life.
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Charlotte, North Carolina

Kelsey Sullivan is currently providing therapy services at Center for Emotional Health of South Park. CEH provides outpatient psychiatry services that include: Medication Management, Outpatient Counseling/Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation...
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North Carolina

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in North Carolina and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist- Associate. I graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and received a Master's degree in Marriage...
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Charlotte, North Carolina

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North Carolina

Kelsey Fish is currently providing therapy services at Center for Emotional Health of Eastover. CEH provides outpatient psychiatry services that include: Medication Management, Outpatient Counseling/Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS),...
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North Carolina

I believe it is my job to come alongside you in your journey, to be supportive of the goals you have but also to respectfully challenge you at times. When you need to be challenged, you will be encouraged to take steps that you may have never...
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North Carolina

Michelle earned her master’s degree in counseling as well as an MBA from Wake Forest University. She has over fifteen years of experience in the counseling and education industry as a National Certified School Counselor (NCSC) and National Board...
Lillian Hood
MA, LPA, LCAS
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North Carolina

You feel stuck. You can’t do all of the things you want to do. Maybe you’re haunted by the past and troubled by the ongoing effects of it. It’s hard to be around others, especially crowds or in situations that you can’t control. You find...
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Charlotte, North Carolina

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North Carolina

Gregory Logan is currently providing therapy service at Center for Emotional Health of University. CEH provides outpatient psychiatry services that include: Medication Management, Outpatient Counseling/Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation...
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Georgia, North Carolina

Montinique is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker offering Integrative Therapeutic Services to adults and couples. Her approach to therapy is aimed to uncover the the motivations for certain behaviors. She uses mindfulness and solution focused...
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Gastonia, North Carolina

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North Carolina

I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina. I received my Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University in 2012, and my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Coastal Carolina University in 2006. I...
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Cary, North Carolina

Welcome! I welcome you to an opportunity to explore solutions to your every day problems. I know setting goals may be different for you, if you never done it before. If you set goals daily, but do not talk, and not share them, you will find the...
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Winston Salem, North Carolina

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North Carolina

Leslie Travia is currently providing therapy services at Center for Emotional Health of Winston Salem. CEH provides outpatient psychiatry services that include: Medication Management, Outpatient Counseling/Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation...
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Charlotte, North Carolina

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North Carolina

My name is Rachel Kitson, and I'm a psychologist providing mental health services. ​ I grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and have always loved painting, drawing, and being in nature. I attended Governor’s School and the North Carolina...
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North Carolina

Gina is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from California State University of Long Beach in English Education. She holds her Master’s of Arts degree from...
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North Carolina

I am a Fully Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with 10 years of clinical expertise, I have a strong sense of compassion and commitment to helping others. I am a highly skilled counseling professional who can diagnose, treat, and help prevent...
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Charlotte, North Carolina

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North Carolina

*Accepting New Clients*** Life can become overwhelming and take unexpected turns. I help people through difficult or challenging life transitions, specializing in women who are experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders as well as individuals...
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Raleigh, North Carolina

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North Carolina

Addressing challenges in our personal life is not easy. While a common reaction to difficulties and challenges is to attempt to avoid them, it seldom solves the problem. Friends can help with some struggles in life, while other challenges need...
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Arizona, North Carolina

Hi, I’m Kelly. I own a telehealth only private practice where I work with clients from North Carolina and Arizona. I enjoy working with couples who are experiencing relationship conflict and would like to improve communication skills and increase...
Lauren Vilar
LCSW, MSW
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Wilmington, North Carolina

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North Carolina

You usually appear to have it all together on the outside, while inside it never stops. A recent change has left you feeling confused and lost. You feel overwhelmed, confused, & anxious. Your friends seem to have figured it out but no matter how...
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Florida, North Carolina

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a safe, creative, and shame-free space for children, teens, adults, and couples who are dealing with anxiety, stress, and trauma, or who are having trouble in their relationships. I help children...
Jackie Tozour
LCMHC, LCAS
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North Carolina

You are too young to deal with all this pain This was supposed to be the best time of your life. You feel like you can’t talk to your friends. You don’t want to talk to your family because they wouldn’t get it. It’s too heavy and you don’t...
Brooke Musick
L.P.C, LCAS
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North Carolina

I completed my Undergraduate degree at the University of Wilmington in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, premedical sciences. I completed my Graduate degrees in Rehabilitation Counseling at East Carolina University in 2009; one in...
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Statesville, North Carolina

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North Carolina

Sandra Mayta is currently providing therapy services at Center for Emotional Health of Statesville, NC. CEH provides outpatient psychiatry services that include: Medication Management, Outpatient Counseling/Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation...
Jen Johnson
LMHC, MS
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North Carolina

I am a mindfulness teacher, coach, and therapist offering an integrative approach to mind body healing. I teach people how to regulate the nervous system and cultivate a calm body, open heart, and steady mind. I teach you how to manage difficult...

Guide to Finding Mental Health Professionals in Charlotte, North Carolina

In North Carolina, Charlotte is indeed the most populous, totaling nearly one million people. Normally, this would be negligible, as most big cities have populations with comparable figures. What makes Charlotte different from most are three major factors: the climate that can sometimes get harsh and the potential challenges that people of certain nationalities or creeds could face. These things can make Charlotte a stressful place to live for some, and therefore it is important to know where to find a mental health professional.

Stressful Weather

Although it is a very appealing place to live in terms of aesthetics, Charlotte can experience some extreme weather at times. Winters are known to be somewhat harsh, carrying the possibility of ice storms that have the potential to ruin property. This can create stressful situations that warrant seeing a mental health professional, as the harsh and extreme winter weather of Charlotte can make driving hazardous as well as cause power outages.

The stresses of impending extreme weather may not seem like it is a worthy reason to see a mental health professional, but when all things are considered, it is a good idea. The stresses of everyday life can compound, and they can affect mental health more than any of us can realize. Seeing a mental health professional before, during, or after the intense weather of the winter can help you make solid preparations for the winter, provide comfort and support during the winter, or assist you in finding solutions if the harsh winter weather affects you.

The Race/Nationality/Culture Issues

A quick look at the population demographics of Charlotte reveals a couple of things. First, there is a high concentration of Caucasians and African Americans. There are not many other nationalities or races that reside in the city. This can be a cause for concern if you happen to be part of one of these outside nationalities or races. It can be difficult to fit in if you are part of a very small minority among a big city’s population. Seeking out a mental health professional in this case can help provide support and solutions for anybody who feels like they do not belong.

On the other side of the coin, if you are Caucasian or African American, it can be easy to be not only bored from seeing the same kinds of people around your city, but this kind of boredom can be extremely depressing and can affect motivation levels. Seeing a mental health professional can help with the feelings of depression brought on by boredom and monotony as well, and can also point out solutions as well. It is a mental health professional’s job to offer solutions for any kind of adverse mental state.

Charlotte is located in the cultural south of the United States, a population of the nation that is known to lionize tradition. While this is not a good or a bad thing, it can sometimes downplay the challenges that the youth can face. Bullying among youths is a bit more common in Charlotte than in most other cities, with nearly 20% of high school students reporting being bullied and 15% of high school students reporting that they attempted or thought of suicide. If you are the parent of a high school student in Charlotte, it would be a good idea to keep a list of available counselors on hand, as there is a good chance that your child may need one.

The Religion Issue

Another part of Charlotte that needs to be addressed is the fact that their religions and other institutions of worship are lacking in diversity. A quick look at its Wikipedia entry will reveal that the religious institutions in Charlotte predominantly follow Christianity. This can be troublesome for people who live in Charlotte who have decided to not follow Christianity, as these people can feel left out. This can cause feelings of alienation which can then snowball into massive mental health issues. Although it seems like a trivial thing to see a mental health professional about an issue like this, it is still a very valid reason to see one, as seeing one can address the feelings of alienation before they grow into more intense mental health issues.

Where and How to Find Mental Health Professionals

The database of mental health professionals listed on this site was designed to help people browse through lists of relevant, qualified therapists ready and willing to help them. Each profile on the site includes detailed information, so it is easy to find any counselor that fits your needs.