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"Are you feeling anxious, depressed, stressed? Overwhelmed by relationship, work issues, addictions? Congratulations for taking the first step to change your life. Reaching out for help takes courage at a time when we are not feeling very brave. No matter how overwhelming things seem now, all of your problems have solutions. I provide a safe, private environment where we work together to help you feel empowered, at peace, good about yourself and excited about living. I offer a free 20 minute consultation so you can ask questions and decide if you feel comfortable working with me. I look forward to hearing from you soon!"
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"Are you feeling anxious, depressed, stressed? Overwhelmed by relationship, work issues, addictions? Congratulations for taking the first step to change your life. Reaching out for help takes courage at a time when we are not feeling very brave. No matter how overwhelming things seem now, all of your problems have solutions. I provide a safe, private environment where we work together to help you feel empowered, at peace, good about yourself and excited about living. I offer a free 20 minute consultation so you can ask questions and decide if you feel comfortable working with me. I look forward to hearing from you soon!"
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"Is your child or teen anxious, showing signs of low self-esteem, or having difficulty coping? I am here to support them and you as a parent as they navigate new and challenging experiences, learn about themselves, and explore connections with those around them. I believe that all people can build resilience and experience personal growth, joy, and happiness through adversity. With a specialty of serving children and adolescents, I appreciate the transformative impact our early experiences have on social, emotional, and physical development and a commitment to supporting thriving futures."
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(828) 414-2711
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"Is your child or teen anxious, showing signs of low self-esteem, or having difficulty coping? I am here to support them and you as a parent as they navigate new and challenging experiences, learn about themselves, and explore connections with those around them. I believe that all people can build resilience and experience personal growth, joy, and happiness through adversity. With a specialty of serving children and adolescents, I appreciate the transformative impact our early experiences have on social, emotional, and physical development and a commitment to supporting thriving futures."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28802
"Welcome and thank you for being here. I am dedicated to nurturing the intuitive human capacity for self-mastery, harmony, and joy. Relying on a collaborative therapeutic relationship, my practice focuses on issues related to stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, and attachment. I have many years of experience working with various traumas, chemical use, sexual abuse, unhealthy coping mechanisms, and their entanglements with one another. I am able to offer a unique set of tools, skills, and knowledge for recovery. Through this process of change, I am inspired to serve as a safe guide on the path to discovery, curiosity, and healing."
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Culturally Sensitive
"Welcome and thank you for being here. I am dedicated to nurturing the intuitive human capacity for self-mastery, harmony, and joy. Relying on a collaborative therapeutic relationship, my practice focuses on issues related to stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, and attachment. I have many years of experience working with various traumas, chemical use, sexual abuse, unhealthy coping mechanisms, and their entanglements with one another. I am able to offer a unique set of tools, skills, and knowledge for recovery. Through this process of change, I am inspired to serve as a safe guide on the path to discovery, curiosity, and healing."
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"“I feel that the discovery of ones’ true self is the key to self liberation and understanding of self in relation to others.” Throughout Kristin’s training and experience she has worked with presenting issues such as couple/marital distress, divorce and/or separation, blended families, life-cycle transition issues, LGBTQ+ issues, sexual orientation, self-harming behaviors, maladaptive coping behaviors, depression, PTSD, BPD, Attachment injury and repairs, somatic experiencing, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, anger management, childhood sexual abuse, oversexualized behaviors, autism spectrum disorder and eating disorders. "
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(828) 409-6743
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"“I feel that the discovery of ones’ true self is the key to self liberation and understanding of self in relation to others.” Throughout Kristin’s training and experience she has worked with presenting issues such as couple/marital distress, divorce and/or separation, blended families, life-cycle transition issues, LGBTQ+ issues, sexual orientation, self-harming behaviors, maladaptive coping behaviors, depression, PTSD, BPD, Attachment injury and repairs, somatic experiencing, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, anger management, childhood sexual abuse, oversexualized behaviors, autism spectrum disorder and eating disorders. "
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"Healing happens when we feel safe enough to show up exactly as we are. All parts of you are welcome here. I’m not here to change you or fix you. I don’t think you are “broken” or that there's anything "wrong" with you. Together we'll create an open, accepting + compassionate environment, with respect for your intuition underlying all that we do. I’m trauma + social justice-informed and view therapy through an intersectional lens (mind, body, environment, culture). During our time together, we’ll also look at environmental factors (interpersonal, economic, oppression) that contribute to and/or make challenging issues even more so."
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Culturally Sensitive
"Healing happens when we feel safe enough to show up exactly as we are. All parts of you are welcome here. I’m not here to change you or fix you. I don’t think you are “broken” or that there's anything "wrong" with you. Together we'll create an open, accepting + compassionate environment, with respect for your intuition underlying all that we do. I’m trauma + social justice-informed and view therapy through an intersectional lens (mind, body, environment, culture). During our time together, we’ll also look at environmental factors (interpersonal, economic, oppression) that contribute to and/or make challenging issues even more so."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"I am passionate about supporting others in finding balance and happiness. I believe that people have the internal resources necessary to grow and change when approaching life's transitions and struggles. My approach to therapy is strengths based, and one that values how you’ve already faced your life's challenges. I value transparency, honesty, compassion and humor in my approach to therapy. I integrate EMDR, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, traditional talk therapy and mindfulness to facilitate healing in the mind and the body. "
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(828) 351-7399
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Culturally Sensitive
"I am passionate about supporting others in finding balance and happiness. I believe that people have the internal resources necessary to grow and change when approaching life's transitions and struggles. My approach to therapy is strengths based, and one that values how you’ve already faced your life's challenges. I value transparency, honesty, compassion and humor in my approach to therapy. I integrate EMDR, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, traditional talk therapy and mindfulness to facilitate healing in the mind and the body. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"Are you feeling stuck in the same old patterns that seem to stand in your way? Do you find that your go-to "survival skills" are no longer working? Are you interested in moving past self-doubt, fear, negative thinking, sadness or anxiety? Do family of origin issues continue to affect your current relationships? Let me help you on your path back to joy and wholeness."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 408-0610
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Culturally Sensitive
"Are you feeling stuck in the same old patterns that seem to stand in your way? Do you find that your go-to "survival skills" are no longer working? Are you interested in moving past self-doubt, fear, negative thinking, sadness or anxiety? Do family of origin issues continue to affect your current relationships? Let me help you on your path back to joy and wholeness."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28804
"I am a contemporary, psychodynamic/analytic oriented psychotherapist, who will work with you to move through emotional obstacles to create pathways for deeply fulfilling change in your personal and/or professional life. My approach is based on understanding the combination of your past experiences, current situation and future hopes. I am both supportive and analytic in helping you move into underlying causes of distress. I work with couples, adults and pre-teens/teens who suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, career considerations and major life transitions including fertility, parenting, sexuality, divorce, affairs, empty nest. I welcome the opportunity to discuss your situation and needs."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 372-0397
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Culturally Sensitive
"I am a contemporary, psychodynamic/analytic oriented psychotherapist, who will work with you to move through emotional obstacles to create pathways for deeply fulfilling change in your personal and/or professional life. My approach is based on understanding the combination of your past experiences, current situation and future hopes. I am both supportive and analytic in helping you move into underlying causes of distress. I work with couples, adults and pre-teens/teens who suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, career considerations and major life transitions including fertility, parenting, sexuality, divorce, affairs, empty nest. I welcome the opportunity to discuss your situation and needs."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"**ACCEPTING NEW TELEHEALTH CLIENTS** No matter the circumstance, I believe everyone deserves a space to process, heal, and reach his or her full potential. My therapeutic approach is rooted in collaboration, resiliency, and compassion. I believe healing is not a linear process and is unique to each individual. I am passionate about facilitating a safe environment that allows individuals to explore their own path to self-discovery. I use experiential, expressive arts, body-based, cognitive, and behavioral approaches in my work with clients. I work with teens and adults who have experienced trauma, loss, and eating disorders."
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Culturally Sensitive
"**ACCEPTING NEW TELEHEALTH CLIENTS** No matter the circumstance, I believe everyone deserves a space to process, heal, and reach his or her full potential. My therapeutic approach is rooted in collaboration, resiliency, and compassion. I believe healing is not a linear process and is unique to each individual. I am passionate about facilitating a safe environment that allows individuals to explore their own path to self-discovery. I use experiential, expressive arts, body-based, cognitive, and behavioral approaches in my work with clients. I work with teens and adults who have experienced trauma, loss, and eating disorders."
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"The gift of therapy is that it is a safe place for self-exploration and self-expression. I believe in the possibility of healing and that individuals have answers within. Therapy is a tool that can help one find meaning. I enjoy taking this journey with my clients and it is my goal to support others in their growth and expansion. I aim to utilize the creativity and imagination of my clients so that they have a fulfilling experience. I am open to incorporating various traditions and spiritual philosophies. I have a background in health and wellness education and promotion which benefits my clients on their path to wellness. "
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 373-6832
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"The gift of therapy is that it is a safe place for self-exploration and self-expression. I believe in the possibility of healing and that individuals have answers within. Therapy is a tool that can help one find meaning. I enjoy taking this journey with my clients and it is my goal to support others in their growth and expansion. I aim to utilize the creativity and imagination of my clients so that they have a fulfilling experience. I am open to incorporating various traditions and spiritual philosophies. I have a background in health and wellness education and promotion which benefits my clients on their path to wellness. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"My name is Sara N. Lowery. It is a honor to assist you on your journey to wellness. I graduated from Montreat College with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and I have ten years of experience in the treatment of addiction disorders, trauma related disorders, mood disorders, perinatal/postnatal and co-existing disorders. I work with adolescents and adults in the individual and family settings. "
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 554-0068
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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"My name is Sara N. Lowery. It is a honor to assist you on your journey to wellness. I graduated from Montreat College with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and I have ten years of experience in the treatment of addiction disorders, trauma related disorders, mood disorders, perinatal/postnatal and co-existing disorders. I work with adolescents and adults in the individual and family settings. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"I work with people who feel marginalized, oppressed, or judged. Whatever you are or are not thinking, feeling, sensing and wherever your energy is or isn't--you are welcome here. I will accept you where you; as you are. I identify as an experiential and gestalt therapist."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 270-7787
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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Culturally Sensitive
"I work with people who feel marginalized, oppressed, or judged. Whatever you are or are not thinking, feeling, sensing and wherever your energy is or isn't--you are welcome here. I will accept you where you; as you are. I identify as an experiential and gestalt therapist."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
"I know anxiety inside and out--the way only someone who has been there and crawled her way out can understand. The cycle of overthinking, worry, and panic is exhausting. I understand the effects of anxiety, perfectionism, and shame, and I want to support you in managing the overwhelm so you can deal with the challenges that lay ahead. It's possible to quiet the inner voice that criticizes everything you do, and it's possible to feel at peace. I've dedicated my life to understanding trauma, stress and anxiety. You’re not crazy. It may feel like everything has changed, but the impact of these changes doesn’t have to last forever. "
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 592-3327
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Culturally Sensitive
"I know anxiety inside and out--the way only someone who has been there and crawled her way out can understand. The cycle of overthinking, worry, and panic is exhausting. I understand the effects of anxiety, perfectionism, and shame, and I want to support you in managing the overwhelm so you can deal with the challenges that lay ahead. It's possible to quiet the inner voice that criticizes everything you do, and it's possible to feel at peace. I've dedicated my life to understanding trauma, stress and anxiety. You’re not crazy. It may feel like everything has changed, but the impact of these changes doesn’t have to last forever. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
"In this life we sometimes experience depression, anxiety, and other emotional issues, or distress in our relationships. These experiences can lead us to feel alone, unfulfilled, dissatisfied, and or spiritually disconnected. Working with a seasoned psychotherapist can help you gain insights and healthy coping skills for resolving these issues. "
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 268-3844
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
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Culturally Sensitive
"In this life we sometimes experience depression, anxiety, and other emotional issues, or distress in our relationships. These experiences can lead us to feel alone, unfulfilled, dissatisfied, and or spiritually disconnected. Working with a seasoned psychotherapist can help you gain insights and healthy coping skills for resolving these issues. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28804
"I connect easily with clients to feel lighter and clearer in their minds, body, and Spirit. I work with people with stressful careers in medicine, law, finance, and small businesses. Knowing the necessity of keeping a clear head and calm body, yet have been struggling with heartbreak, anxiety, fears, loss and grief that has created overwhelming stress and expectations that limits functioning. It is a challenging balancing act with career, family, relationships, along with finding some quiet time to relax. I help you master these challenges with a very confidential, (no insurance or electronic records) safe, and caring environment."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 536-4117
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Asheville, North Carolina 28804
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Culturally Sensitive
"I connect easily with clients to feel lighter and clearer in their minds, body, and Spirit. I work with people with stressful careers in medicine, law, finance, and small businesses. Knowing the necessity of keeping a clear head and calm body, yet have been struggling with heartbreak, anxiety, fears, loss and grief that has created overwhelming stress and expectations that limits functioning. It is a challenging balancing act with career, family, relationships, along with finding some quiet time to relax. I help you master these challenges with a very confidential, (no insurance or electronic records) safe, and caring environment."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
"I believe most change occurs in trusted relationships where one feels valued and heard. By offering support, encouragement, and affirmation, l hope to create a safe and compassionate place where we can explore those family dynamics, life issues and personal choices that make up your life story. By uncovering faulty thinking that results in damaging patterns of relating, you will better understand who you are and who you want to become. We will explore ways to make changes so you are not ruled by addictions. Together, we will come up with strategies so that you may make the necessary changes to experience growth and healing."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 536-4221
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Culturally Sensitive
"I believe most change occurs in trusted relationships where one feels valued and heard. By offering support, encouragement, and affirmation, l hope to create a safe and compassionate place where we can explore those family dynamics, life issues and personal choices that make up your life story. By uncovering faulty thinking that results in damaging patterns of relating, you will better understand who you are and who you want to become. We will explore ways to make changes so you are not ruled by addictions. Together, we will come up with strategies so that you may make the necessary changes to experience growth and healing."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
"Throughout my life I have become so aware of the importance of having someone who will listen, someone who will offer compassion without judgment. Throughout my career I have strived to place that understanding in focus as I worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and the lifelong pains of trauma."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 548-1647
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
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Culturally Sensitive
"Throughout my life I have become so aware of the importance of having someone who will listen, someone who will offer compassion without judgment. Throughout my career I have strived to place that understanding in focus as I worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and the lifelong pains of trauma."
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"Hope offers light despite the darkness. Deciding to participate in counseling is an important decision and it takes a lot of courage. I commend you for taking the first step. Throughout life, I have learned lessons about the gifts we receive when we take the chance to talk honestly with trusted individuals. It takes a ton of bravery to be vulnerable (at our own pace), but that is how we achieve the safety we are looking for to thrive, and where we build the compassion and sense of belonging we want in relationships. I’ve been a counselor since 1986 and love my job! It’s such an honor to walk with people as they grow and heal. "
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(833) 282-5880
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Culturally Sensitive
"Hope offers light despite the darkness. Deciding to participate in counseling is an important decision and it takes a lot of courage. I commend you for taking the first step. Throughout life, I have learned lessons about the gifts we receive when we take the chance to talk honestly with trusted individuals. It takes a ton of bravery to be vulnerable (at our own pace), but that is how we achieve the safety we are looking for to thrive, and where we build the compassion and sense of belonging we want in relationships. I’ve been a counselor since 1986 and love my job! It’s such an honor to walk with people as they grow and heal. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"Emotional discomfort is possibly the hardest part of being human. Why do we need hurt, confusion, anger, and anxiety? Shouldn't it be easy to be happy, peaceful, and present? This awe-inspiring life could be full of wonder and joy! Yet it isn't always. And that’s not exactly something you can talk about easily with your loved ones. They might even disregard your attempts to get support. You might be wanting to focus on yourself right now, and it’s hard to change while others expect you to be the same. I will be pleased to hold your growth and change process. We can work with it in the way that is most comfortable for you. "
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(828) 548-1378
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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Culturally Sensitive
"Emotional discomfort is possibly the hardest part of being human. Why do we need hurt, confusion, anger, and anxiety? Shouldn't it be easy to be happy, peaceful, and present? This awe-inspiring life could be full of wonder and joy! Yet it isn't always. And that’s not exactly something you can talk about easily with your loved ones. They might even disregard your attempts to get support. You might be wanting to focus on yourself right now, and it’s hard to change while others expect you to be the same. I will be pleased to hold your growth and change process. We can work with it in the way that is most comfortable for you. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"I believe that making time for therapy is giving yourself and those around you a gift. A nonjudgmental curiosity about the self will allow you to understand with greater clarity what you want your life to look like. . . and to make that intention your reality."
Culturally Sensitive
(828) 358-1459
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Culturally Sensitive
"I believe that making time for therapy is giving yourself and those around you a gift. A nonjudgmental curiosity about the self will allow you to understand with greater clarity what you want your life to look like. . . and to make that intention your reality."

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