—Charlotte, nc therapists—
License Type: Counselor, Ed.S, LPCA, NCC
Office Address: 18 E. Tremont Avenue Suite B, Charlotte, NC, 28203
Telephone Number: (980) 224-3484
“My clinical experience includes working with adolescents and adults in individual, group, couples, and family settings. Areas of treatment have surrounded personal, behavioral, emotional, relational, and family difficulties, as well as, working with clients with histories of addiction, trauma, and various mental illnesses.
I approach counseling through an integrative, client-centered lens. My theoretical foundation is rooted in Bowen Family Systems, however, I use Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, Solution Focused and other techniques. Having knowledge of multiple approaches allows me to tailor therapy to fit each client and their individual needs.”
License Type: Counselor, MS, NCC, LPC
Office Address: 1801 North Tryon Street, Suite B304, Charlotte, NC, 28206
Telephone Number: (704) 504-7274
“As the Millennial Therapist, I specialize in helping individuals cope with the real stressors of balancing work, relationships, family demands and personal life. I understand how easy it is to lose yourself while trying to conquer all of life's challenges from career uncertainty, to finding your purpose and fulfilment in a world that is constantly changing. With five or more years of transforming the lives of children, adolescents and families, I am able to provide successful and effective counseling, coaching, and educational workshops for all individuals.
I offer evening and weekend appointments to help accommodate all clients' schedules. Our sessions are nonjudgmental and tailored to meet your needs as well as assist you in identifying and maximizing your strengths to explore the best solution in overcoming your struggles.”
License Type: Counselor, LPC
Office Address: 7950 Nations Ford Rd, Ste 16, Charlotte, North Carolina
Telephone Number: (980) 272-7675
“I have experience in treating various mental health disorders and specialize in couples' therapy, anxiety and depression. Stylistically, I try to encourage my clients to become self-confident and empowered. My goal is for clients to have a more positive outlook on their lives.
My therapeutic service is donation based, which does not mean the quality of service is lessened as a result. Although, I am confident in my abilities as a mental health counselor and have had success as a mental health counselor, I am aware and understand that sometimes individuals are just not able to afford counseling services or their insurance plan does not cover specific counseling services. My passion is helping individuals and I show that in making counseling affordable.”