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"We are all content, fulfilled and happy at our core; however, years of conditioning and habitual behaviors can obscure this fact. Areas where we experience significant distress may offer the greatest opportunities for growth. My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in my belief that the key to improving our mental health lies in better integrating the mind and the body or the cognitive with our emotional / intuitive self. By creating a safe, compassionate and productive setting and drawing on your inherent strengths and motivation, I can guide you through this process."
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"We are all content, fulfilled and happy at our core; however, years of conditioning and habitual behaviors can obscure this fact. Areas where we experience significant distress may offer the greatest opportunities for growth. My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in my belief that the key to improving our mental health lies in better integrating the mind and the body or the cognitive with our emotional / intuitive self. By creating a safe, compassionate and productive setting and drawing on your inherent strengths and motivation, I can guide you through this process."
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"Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, or major life changes? Sometimes we need someone to help us get grounded, reconnect to ourselves and our relationships, and get through challenging times. I’m a licensed therapist in Asheville, NC, and I’m here to support you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. I have been working with adolescents, young adults, and their parents since 2004.  I am trained in EMDR and Brainspotting and use an attachment based approach to healing trauma and relationships. I specialize in treating trauma, attachment, addiction, and mood disorders."
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"Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, or major life changes? Sometimes we need someone to help us get grounded, reconnect to ourselves and our relationships, and get through challenging times. I’m a licensed therapist in Asheville, NC, and I’m here to support you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. I have been working with adolescents, young adults, and their parents since 2004.  I am trained in EMDR and Brainspotting and use an attachment based approach to healing trauma and relationships. I specialize in treating trauma, attachment, addiction, and mood disorders."
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"I work with clients in a relaxed, informal, and professional way to promote emotional safety and comfort within the relationship so that they can process openly and authentically about meaningful and often sensitive topics. While experiencing this connection, people are able to gain presence, reflect on experiences and plan for personal maintenance, change and growth. Many clients enjoy both spending time in the office, taking walks, spending time in nature, and/or meeting virtually for telehealth sessions. I like to utilize physical activity, mindfulness, and ecotherapy for engagement and emphasizing overall health and wellness."
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(828) 372-0157
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"I work with clients in a relaxed, informal, and professional way to promote emotional safety and comfort within the relationship so that they can process openly and authentically about meaningful and often sensitive topics. While experiencing this connection, people are able to gain presence, reflect on experiences and plan for personal maintenance, change and growth. Many clients enjoy both spending time in the office, taking walks, spending time in nature, and/or meeting virtually for telehealth sessions. I like to utilize physical activity, mindfulness, and ecotherapy for engagement and emphasizing overall health and wellness."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, E-RYT
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"My style with clients is warm, compassionate, heart-centered, solution-focused & collaborative. As a clinical therapist & yoga teacher, my approach is rooted in somatic therapy, using the body to help us regulate & manage our emotions, symptoms and triggers more effectively in our daily life. I use embodiment practices combined with EMDR to help people heal from past experiences & live a life we love. My goal in working with clients is to help them cultivate a greater sense of compassion, connection, & mindful awareness with themselves & others."
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(828) 575-0152
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"My style with clients is warm, compassionate, heart-centered, solution-focused & collaborative. As a clinical therapist & yoga teacher, my approach is rooted in somatic therapy, using the body to help us regulate & manage our emotions, symptoms and triggers more effectively in our daily life. I use embodiment practices combined with EMDR to help people heal from past experiences & live a life we love. My goal in working with clients is to help them cultivate a greater sense of compassion, connection, & mindful awareness with themselves & others."
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"All of us have been wounded by life in different ways, personally and in and through our relationships. We need healing and find it painful to examine our wounds. The poet, Rumi, wrote: "Don't turn away. Keep your gaze on the bandaged place. That's where the light enters you." I went back to graduate school so that I could sit with others willing to do this courageous work. Maybe you are ready for such a journey. I work primarily with adults, but I have worked with children for over 30 years as well."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(828) 528-4158
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"All of us have been wounded by life in different ways, personally and in and through our relationships. We need healing and find it painful to examine our wounds. The poet, Rumi, wrote: "Don't turn away. Keep your gaze on the bandaged place. That's where the light enters you." I went back to graduate school so that I could sit with others willing to do this courageous work. Maybe you are ready for such a journey. I work primarily with adults, but I have worked with children for over 30 years as well."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS, MAC, CCS
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"My clients are adults experiencing challenges with addiction, anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, trauma, grief and loss. I believe deep listening can be an antidote to the impersonality of our increasingly busy world. My therapy style is collaborative and strengths-based, helping people tap into their inner wisdom and resources. I am generally fascinated by people - their stories, challenges, interests, hopes, loves, struggles, and goals. I particularly enjoy helping people discover and change patterns that are no longer useful, uncover neglected parts of themselves, and grow into the successful people they mean to be."
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(828) 319-2712
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"My clients are adults experiencing challenges with addiction, anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, trauma, grief and loss. I believe deep listening can be an antidote to the impersonality of our increasingly busy world. My therapy style is collaborative and strengths-based, helping people tap into their inner wisdom and resources. I am generally fascinated by people - their stories, challenges, interests, hopes, loves, struggles, and goals. I particularly enjoy helping people discover and change patterns that are no longer useful, uncover neglected parts of themselves, and grow into the successful people they mean to be."
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"You feel lost lately and overwhelmed. You are sad. angry. worried. empty. You need something to change but you're trapped. How can you mend your relationship? or find a relationship? Your deep self is telling you it's time to heal the old wounds. But nothing you've tried has made a difference, so now you are exhausted. And maybe even scared. I help adults who suffer from trauma, depression and suicidality, low self-esteem, anxiety, relationship issues, spiritual crisis, and grief. In therapy, together we will process their wounds, learn to accept themselves, build resilience, and begin to truly communicate with family."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(828) 705-3302
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"You feel lost lately and overwhelmed. You are sad. angry. worried. empty. You need something to change but you're trapped. How can you mend your relationship? or find a relationship? Your deep self is telling you it's time to heal the old wounds. But nothing you've tried has made a difference, so now you are exhausted. And maybe even scared. I help adults who suffer from trauma, depression and suicidality, low self-esteem, anxiety, relationship issues, spiritual crisis, and grief. In therapy, together we will process their wounds, learn to accept themselves, build resilience, and begin to truly communicate with family."
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"Hearing from the heart and seeking help with paralyzing personal challenges can be a daunting experience. Finding someone to connect with in the process of personal healing is half the battle to a solution. Keeping the person at the center of the therapeutic process is a goal for me. I have employed this approach for over 16 years of practice in Western NC. While this majestic mountain setting is a place of unique beauty it is not free of personal challenges that may need a calm and skilled approach to navigating life' s challenges."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(828) 548-1726
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Hearing from the heart and seeking help with paralyzing personal challenges can be a daunting experience. Finding someone to connect with in the process of personal healing is half the battle to a solution. Keeping the person at the center of the therapeutic process is a goal for me. I have employed this approach for over 16 years of practice in Western NC. While this majestic mountain setting is a place of unique beauty it is not free of personal challenges that may need a calm and skilled approach to navigating life' s challenges."
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"I have been practicing clinical psychology for nearly 20 years as a licensed psychologist. In that time, I have had the pleasure of working with many people who have struggled with a wide range of challenges including relationship and couple's difficulties, addiction, anxiety, depression, serious health concerns, loss, and trauma. I utilize a number of different perspectives including cognitive-behavioral, emotion focused individual and couples, and dynamic therapies. I am also trained in EMDR, mindfulness, relaxation, stress, and pain management. "
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(872) 814-7294
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"I have been practicing clinical psychology for nearly 20 years as a licensed psychologist. In that time, I have had the pleasure of working with many people who have struggled with a wide range of challenges including relationship and couple's difficulties, addiction, anxiety, depression, serious health concerns, loss, and trauma. I utilize a number of different perspectives including cognitive-behavioral, emotion focused individual and couples, and dynamic therapies. I am also trained in EMDR, mindfulness, relaxation, stress, and pain management. "
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"You're not positive when it happened, but all of a sudden you don't feel like yourself anymore. You feel exhausted and overwhelmed. Your mind is constantly racing, and you can't seem to focus on anything for more than a few moments. Instead of spending quality time with family and friends at the end of the day, you watch TV or spend hours online because that's all you have the energy to do. When you lay down at night, you can't seem to quiet your mind, and you wonder if you will ever feel "normal" again."
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(704) 931-5491
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"You're not positive when it happened, but all of a sudden you don't feel like yourself anymore. You feel exhausted and overwhelmed. Your mind is constantly racing, and you can't seem to focus on anything for more than a few moments. Instead of spending quality time with family and friends at the end of the day, you watch TV or spend hours online because that's all you have the energy to do. When you lay down at night, you can't seem to quiet your mind, and you wonder if you will ever feel "normal" again."
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""We are all just walking each other home." - Rumi Hello, I am Bo. I am a licensed psychotherapist, licensed clinical addiction specialist, and psychiatric social worker. Thank you for considering me as your clinician. I understand it is difficult to reach out for help. Right now, you may be navigating feelings of shame, embarrassment, and anger. I want you to know, I have been there too, in the middle of the storm, darkness all around. Sometimes in life and in our relationships we all can become "stuck"."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(828) 759-5354
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""We are all just walking each other home." - Rumi Hello, I am Bo. I am a licensed psychotherapist, licensed clinical addiction specialist, and psychiatric social worker. Thank you for considering me as your clinician. I understand it is difficult to reach out for help. Right now, you may be navigating feelings of shame, embarrassment, and anger. I want you to know, I have been there too, in the middle of the storm, darkness all around. Sometimes in life and in our relationships we all can become "stuck"."
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"If you’re here, it’s because you’ve encountered hardship of some form. I don’t yet know your story, but I do know hardship and I know it’s not easy. I know that it takes courage to ask for help, which is why I’m here, to be your ally in navigating difficult roads, to listen to your inner wisdom, and to see you for the incredible person you truly are. "
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(833) 924-0053
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"If you’re here, it’s because you’ve encountered hardship of some form. I don’t yet know your story, but I do know hardship and I know it’s not easy. I know that it takes courage to ask for help, which is why I’m here, to be your ally in navigating difficult roads, to listen to your inner wisdom, and to see you for the incredible person you truly are. "
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"I work to create a safe space for individuals and families to share and grow. I understand the importance and necessity to heal ourselves in relationship to our world around us. And at the same time, the necessity to push the status quo of our environments and systems that may be causing us harm both individually and collectively. As a participant in activism and organizing work, I understand the emotional, psychological, and overall toll that this work can take on an individual, a family, and/or a collective."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
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"I work to create a safe space for individuals and families to share and grow. I understand the importance and necessity to heal ourselves in relationship to our world around us. And at the same time, the necessity to push the status quo of our environments and systems that may be causing us harm both individually and collectively. As a participant in activism and organizing work, I understand the emotional, psychological, and overall toll that this work can take on an individual, a family, and/or a collective."
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"It’s not necessary to be in crisis to seek counseling, but it’s often the push that we need to go deeper. Something wakes us from our auto pilot existence and we feel a hunger for self-examination. Whatever made you take this next step, I believe I can help. I know this can feel overwhelming...but its just another part of the journey. A search for your authentic self or for a balanced, healthy space to challenge yourself to grow and be more. You can be changed by this experience. You will find answers and more questions... But nothing changes & no discoveries are made without beginning...Read more at www.createamindfullife.com"
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(828) 469-0621
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"It’s not necessary to be in crisis to seek counseling, but it’s often the push that we need to go deeper. Something wakes us from our auto pilot existence and we feel a hunger for self-examination. Whatever made you take this next step, I believe I can help. I know this can feel overwhelming...but its just another part of the journey. A search for your authentic self or for a balanced, healthy space to challenge yourself to grow and be more. You can be changed by this experience. You will find answers and more questions... But nothing changes & no discoveries are made without beginning...Read more at www.createamindfullife.com"
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LCAS, LMBT, SEP
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"Lets explore your life experience in a new and exciting way. I see suffering as an opportunity to break free from old patterns, habits, and ways of thinking that are not working for you anymore. It's a call from deep inside saying, "something needs to shift". This shift can come from exploring a relationship to a substance that you are using, and the pain, anxiety, depression, or a general sense of not loving your life that may come with it. Your unique journey is here right now, and experiencing it from a nonjudgmental perspective can be a vital ingredient to moving past whatever is holding you back from living your best life. "
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(828) 970-1704
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"Lets explore your life experience in a new and exciting way. I see suffering as an opportunity to break free from old patterns, habits, and ways of thinking that are not working for you anymore. It's a call from deep inside saying, "something needs to shift". This shift can come from exploring a relationship to a substance that you are using, and the pain, anxiety, depression, or a general sense of not loving your life that may come with it. Your unique journey is here right now, and experiencing it from a nonjudgmental perspective can be a vital ingredient to moving past whatever is holding you back from living your best life. "
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"Cay Fulop LCSW, LCAS is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW# C011690 and is a Nationally Certified Substance Abuse Specialist (LCAS 1336) in the state of North Carolina. She has 31 years of clinical counseling experience including Substance Abuse and early recovery issues, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, codependency, family of origin issues, grief process and family/relationship issues. "
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(828) 232-8188
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"Cay Fulop LCSW, LCAS is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW# C011690 and is a Nationally Certified Substance Abuse Specialist (LCAS 1336) in the state of North Carolina. She has 31 years of clinical counseling experience including Substance Abuse and early recovery issues, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, codependency, family of origin issues, grief process and family/relationship issues. "
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"You're seeking more ideal relationships, more meaningful and fulfilling experiences, and greater success in areas of your life that are important to you. "
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"You're seeking more ideal relationships, more meaningful and fulfilling experiences, and greater success in areas of your life that are important to you. "
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"Life is full of transitions. While change and transition are a normal part of life, it can be difficult to navigate the challenges and conflicts (within ourselves or with others) we all experience during these times. I work with individuals and families who need counseling, conflict coaching, or mediation to help them navigate the change process, create a deeper understanding of themselves and others, and make a plan to successfully move forward."
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(828) 202-3039
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"Life is full of transitions. While change and transition are a normal part of life, it can be difficult to navigate the challenges and conflicts (within ourselves or with others) we all experience during these times. I work with individuals and families who need counseling, conflict coaching, or mediation to help them navigate the change process, create a deeper understanding of themselves and others, and make a plan to successfully move forward."
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"Being human means that we all struggle and need support at various times in our lives. You may feel overwhelmed, angry, hopeless or confused. You are likely seeking to feel more balanced and in control. Sharing our experiences with others allows us to understand ourselves more deeply, unburden negative beliefs about ourselves, and access our internal resources in an effort to shift patterns and create meaningful change. I believe strongly in the strength that comes from being vulnerable, and I am committed to offering kindness, compassion, curiosity, and at times, a sense of humor about life, as we enter this partnership together."
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(828) 675-2519
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"Being human means that we all struggle and need support at various times in our lives. You may feel overwhelmed, angry, hopeless or confused. You are likely seeking to feel more balanced and in control. Sharing our experiences with others allows us to understand ourselves more deeply, unburden negative beliefs about ourselves, and access our internal resources in an effort to shift patterns and create meaningful change. I believe strongly in the strength that comes from being vulnerable, and I am committed to offering kindness, compassion, curiosity, and at times, a sense of humor about life, as we enter this partnership together."
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"Feel like you're on the wrong path in life? Have you recently moved, graduated or started a new job and feel like you have no direction? I get it. Transitions are TOUGH and bring up many different emotions, both positive and negative. Not only do I empathize with what you’re going through, I also have been there myself. I specialize in working with adults going through transitions. Together, we'll collaborate on how to create a life worth living, according to YOUR rules. We’ll create a road map of where you want to go and learn how to accept some of the difficult emotions along the way. "
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"Feel like you're on the wrong path in life? Have you recently moved, graduated or started a new job and feel like you have no direction? I get it. Transitions are TOUGH and bring up many different emotions, both positive and negative. Not only do I empathize with what you’re going through, I also have been there myself. I specialize in working with adults going through transitions. Together, we'll collaborate on how to create a life worth living, according to YOUR rules. We’ll create a road map of where you want to go and learn how to accept some of the difficult emotions along the way. "

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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in 28801 or for a 28801 CBT therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 28801 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 28801

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 28801 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 28801 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 28801 or family therapy in 28801.