Rock Hill, South Carolina Therapists

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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Accepting NEW Clients - I want to help you find peace, joy, and fulfillment. We'll battle your symptoms together and find ways you can be kinder to yourself. If you are living with depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, or family relationship problems,...
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Columbia, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Ayanna McNeil received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. She earned her Masters of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Webster University and is a Licensed...
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South Carolina

Life is hard. Asking for help can be even harder- especially when talking feels impossible. Maybe your world is nothing but silent anxiety- suffering with swirling thoughts and constant instability. Or maybe you are struggling to reconcile parts of...
Terri Burnette
School Psychologist; LPES
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Terri Burnette utilizes the Cross Battery Assessment approach in order to establish a pattern of strengths and weaknesses.  This pattern is useful for determining appropriate educational goals, interventions, and accommodations.  She assesses...
Alexis Elliott
LCSW, LISW-CP, CDE
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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Diabetes is more than just physical. A rollercoaster of emotions are a part of diabetes itself, and the endless daily demands add frustration to your busy life. What's more is that many factors affect diabetes management: stress, untamed work-life...
Kelly Benjamin
LMHC, L.P.C, MA, CCMHC, CCTP, NCC
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Columbia, South Carolina

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South Carolina

I treat clients with a variety of mental health and behavioral problems ranging from mood disorders, impulse control issues, sexual trauma, and PTSD. My approach is eclectic; utilizing humanistic, strengths-based, and cognitive behavioral therapies....
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My goal as your counselor is to help you figure out where your life can be improved, identify what changes you’re willing and ready to make, and provide guidance and support during that process. I believe that my clients are at the wheel and I am...
Lauren Whatley
MA, LPCA
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Charleston, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Lauren is a counselor serving the Charleston area. She received her master’s degree from Regent University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I practice from an integrative holistic approach. I value the entire being (body, soul, and spirit). I...
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Lake Wylie, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Are you ready to fall in LOVE with the life you’re living? It’s time to STOP running from your past, avoiding your problems, and numbing your emotions. It’s possible to break free of the negative cycle of anxiety, conflict, and hopelessness....
Cindy Cartee
MS, NBCC
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South Carolina

Cindy Cartee, MS is an expert in relationship and sex therapy. Her credentials include: SC Licensed Professional Counselor, SC Licensed Addiction Counselor, Nationally Board Certified Counselor, Professional Brainspotting Therapist, Certified Imago...
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Raleigh, North Carolina

Melody Smith MA LMFT has almost a decade of experience working with families, couples, and individuals to rebuild foundations and promote healthy growth and change. At her marriage and family therapy practice in Raleigh, North Carolina, Melody...
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Summerville, South Carolina

I am a counselor that specializes in working with women, men, and couples dealing with relationship challenges through individual and couples therapy. I also work with children and adolescents on issues they face in school, social situations, and...
Xiomara Sosa
MS, CMHC, NCC, LPCA
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Summerville, South Carolina

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South Carolina

I am the Founder and CEO of XAS Consulting, LLC, a company and brand I created in 2003 dedicated to healing and well-being. In January 2020, I launched the Summerville Women’s Mental Health Studio™ (X-Studio), a venture that offers...
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Lyman, South Carolina

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South Carolina

First of all, I am a believer and follower of Christ; secondly, I am a counselor. I provide counseling services for individuals and couples dealing with various issues. One does not need to be a Christian to receive services. It is my goal to...
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

I specialize in individual, marriage and family therapy. I deal with depression, anxiety, ADD,ADHD, relationships, marriage, OCD, from ages 13 on up I have been practicing for over 20 years and use family systems theory, CBT therapy and solution...
Anna Gantt-Gordon
LPC 172, MA, NCC
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Cayce, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Anna Gantt-Gordon, M.A., LPC, NCC, CCMHC mission for treatment is to be of a guide with my clients who struggle with internal and external stressors that impairs daily life functioning. It is the utmost importance of building a therapuetic...
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Greenville, South Carolina

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South Carolina

I enjoy working with individuals who are experiencing stress or issues resulting from stressful situations. Helping people heal and find their strengths through positive psychology and EMDR is my committed approach to therapy.
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

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South Carolina

You are tired of feeling unsatisfied and you are ready to feel passionate about life again. You are ready to make positive life changes to feel happy and to set yourself up for a bright and fulfilling future. You want to learn new ways of living,...
Tara Brown
LISW-CP, MSW
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Greenville, South Carolina

I offer a therapeutic approach that is genuine, authentic, and challenges my clients to be the best version of themselves. I strive to create a warm environment whilst also being honest and straightforward. My goal is to normalize your experiences...
Debi Lynes
LPC, Ph.D.
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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

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South Carolina

Dr. Debi Lynes has an extensive career exploring the relationship between the physical environment and its influence on health and wellness. She has combined her 30 years of experience as an interior designer and 20 years in private counseling to...
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Laurinburg, North Carolina

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North Carolina, South Carolina

Welcome & Hello my Name is Kozma Hoskins McLean, and I am here to assist you! K. H. McLean, Counseling Services PLLC, is owned & operated by Kozma Marie Hoskins McLean, MS, LCMHC-QS, MAC, CCTP. Specializing in Child, Adolescent & Family Services. I...
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, (LPC) working in private practice. I serve the Mount Pleasant and Charleston areas and have over 6 years of experience counseling in school counseling and mental health counseling. I specialize in the...
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Beaufort, South Carolina

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My clients struggle like you do. Despite being intelligent and introspective, they overthink everything. They’re dedicated, motivated, hard workers; but they never feel good enough, no matter how much they’ve accomplished. They’re natural...
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Maryland, South Carolina

Not accepting clients at this time With warmth, humor and a one-fits-one approach to your personal well being I bring my all into helping you find relief from struggles and develop a well spring of tools to move forward.  After decades serving and...

Mental Health in Rock Hill, South Carolina

Rock Hill, South Carolina, has a storied history, beautiful views of the Catawba River, and over two dozen parks that its 72,926 citizens can be proud of. There is much to do and see in this city, including a variety of museums, music, and food festivals, and other festivities that are enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.

However, while these factors offer a good quality of life for people living in Rock Hill, others may be contributing to mental health problems in the area. If those who suffer from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and addictive behaviors are to get help, it is important to first understand the problems that could be exacerbating these mental disorders and what options for treatment are currently available in the area.

Mental Health Challenges in Rock Hill

The residents of Rock Hill face a variety of challenges that could trigger a mental health problem, particularly those that have a genetic factor, such as chronic depression. For example, many people in Rock Hill were once supported by a successful textile industry, but a sharp decline when textile manufacturing companies moved overseas caused many to lose their jobs. Unemployment is only one challenge city residents face and others include:

  • A Low Median Household Income: The average median income for Rock Hill families is $41,291, which is $14,000 less than the national average and could lead to feelings of anxiety for those who are providing for their families;
  • A High Poverty Rate: Over 18% of people in the city live below the poverty line, a rate that eclipses the nation’s rate of 3%. Those living in poverty are not likely to have access to the mental health care they need;
  • A Rise in Mental Illness Among Teens: Rock Hill has seen a definite increase in high schoolers who are depressed, feel hopeless, or have contemplated suicide. Family pressures, bullying, and living at or below the poverty level are likely contributing to these issues;
  • Racial Issues: Rock Hill demographics reveal a large gap between the number of white residents to black, Hispanic, and Asian populations, which could lead to feelings of isolation for minority residents.

Rock Hill mental health professionals are also seeing a shocking rise in schizophrenia cases among elementary school children, with some individuals being diagnosed as young as age five. Some experts believe that these young children are being affected both at home and at school, especially by social media in cases where its usage may not be monitored effectively. Other factors that may contribute to these mental health issues include physical and mental abuse, divorce, and a lack of stability in their lives overall.

The Challenges of Finding a Therapist in Rock Hill

Finding access to mental health care can be a considerable obstacle for people living in Rock Hill. While individuals from the ages of 6-17 are typically covered through their parent’s insurance, this leaves other groups at risk when it comes to a lack of effective health insurance for their mental health needs. For example, people in the city aged 18-24 and those who are over the age of 75 are least likely to have coverage. Of these groups, women are more likely to have coverage than men.

Poverty may also play a role when it comes to Rock Hill residents finding access to the treatment they need. Those who live below the poverty line are not likely to have coverage or any means of transportation into areas where help is available. While the city does have a public transportation system, those who live in rural areas of Rock Hill may not have the means to reach bus stops.

Mental Health Resources in Rock Hill

Fortunately, there are many mental health resources available in Rock Hill that treat a variety of issues and those that specialize in counseling individuals and families. Some of these wellness centers focus on the treatment of an array of issues that include:

  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Depression
  • Mood disorders
  • Bipolar disorder

There are nearly 12 dozen treatment centers that are located directly in Rock Hill and several in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is a little over half an hour away from the city.