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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."
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(828) 548-1726
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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."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"I am a strong believer in working with families and individuals to help them become clear about what is not working and why. Putting a name to what is wrong is a strength of mine and I am passionate about supporting those looking for answers to get them. Once we identify what is wrong, we are on the right path to getting where we want to be. My approach is to help you find the answers you want and to teach you the techniques to manage issues on your own."
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(828) 351-7312
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"I am a strong believer in working with families and individuals to help them become clear about what is not working and why. Putting a name to what is wrong is a strength of mine and I am passionate about supporting those looking for answers to get them. Once we identify what is wrong, we are on the right path to getting where we want to be. My approach is to help you find the answers you want and to teach you the techniques to manage issues on your own."
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"The hardest part of the counseling journey is the first step! The fact you've come this far in your search speaks to your bravery! My supportive approach aims to assist you in building resiliency & connecting you to joy. As a trauma-informed Certified EMDR Licensed Counselor & Board Certified Art Therapist, I'm trained to help people reduce shame & express themselves effectively. I'll guide you in navigating change, identifying inner resources, & creating growth. I'm committed to your healing & hope you will have fun through this process too!"
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(828) 527-0260
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"The hardest part of the counseling journey is the first step! The fact you've come this far in your search speaks to your bravery! My supportive approach aims to assist you in building resiliency & connecting you to joy. As a trauma-informed Certified EMDR Licensed Counselor & Board Certified Art Therapist, I'm trained to help people reduce shame & express themselves effectively. I'll guide you in navigating change, identifying inner resources, & creating growth. I'm committed to your healing & hope you will have fun through this process too!"
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"The staff and clinicians at Asheville Counseling & Wellness Center are dedicated to improving the quality of life of our Clients. We offer a multitude of treatment modalities in order to provide the best care possible. Our clients can expect to receive effective and efficient treatments, while we provide the best possible client/clinician experience. Our focus is helping the public achieve health, healing and well-being. We look forward to working with you and your family."
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(828) 482-0346
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"The staff and clinicians at Asheville Counseling & Wellness Center are dedicated to improving the quality of life of our Clients. We offer a multitude of treatment modalities in order to provide the best care possible. Our clients can expect to receive effective and efficient treatments, while we provide the best possible client/clinician experience. Our focus is helping the public achieve health, healing and well-being. We look forward to working with you and your family."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28805
"I specialize in anxiety, panic disorder, depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, relationships, spirituality, and personal transformation, as well as, support with increasing self-esteem with all ages. I have particular interest in matters affecting males, such as PTSD, transition to adulthood and eating disorders. Licensed in the state of Georgia LPC010532 and North Carolina LPC 11468."
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(828) 351-7075
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"I specialize in anxiety, panic disorder, depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, relationships, spirituality, and personal transformation, as well as, support with increasing self-esteem with all ages. I have particular interest in matters affecting males, such as PTSD, transition to adulthood and eating disorders. Licensed in the state of Georgia LPC010532 and North Carolina LPC 11468."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28805
"At Smoky Mountain Counseling, we focus on holistic client-centered mental health care. We work with adults, couples, families and adolescents. In my work I help clients develop healthy boundaries, strengthen emotional regulation, and deepen self/other connection. Areas of focus include: Self Discovery, PTSD, Trauma, Insecure Attachment, Family Dynamics, Anxiety, Transitions, Addiction (substance & behavior), Self Harm, Mood Disorders, Parenting, Mindful Living "
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(828) 373-8308
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"At Smoky Mountain Counseling, we focus on holistic client-centered mental health care. We work with adults, couples, families and adolescents. In my work I help clients develop healthy boundaries, strengthen emotional regulation, and deepen self/other connection. Areas of focus include: Self Discovery, PTSD, Trauma, Insecure Attachment, Family Dynamics, Anxiety, Transitions, Addiction (substance & behavior), Self Harm, Mood Disorders, Parenting, Mindful Living "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
" I believe YOU ARE PERFECT and complete exactly as you are in this very moment. I want to help you remember the value of who you are! I believe with all my heart, that no matter what you are struggling with right now, together we can find a way back to your inner freedom and peace. What if, that perhaps with every challenge you currently face and have faced, therein lies your greatest treasure? I work from a spiritually-pragmatic "down-to-earth and heart-centered" perspective assessing patterns related to your symptoms and finding a way to transform the ones that are not working for you."
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(828) 743-8366
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" I believe YOU ARE PERFECT and complete exactly as you are in this very moment. I want to help you remember the value of who you are! I believe with all my heart, that no matter what you are struggling with right now, together we can find a way back to your inner freedom and peace. What if, that perhaps with every challenge you currently face and have faced, therein lies your greatest treasure? I work from a spiritually-pragmatic "down-to-earth and heart-centered" perspective assessing patterns related to your symptoms and finding a way to transform the ones that are not working for you."
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"Come try a coaching approach to life stresses on the farm! I’m Ann, a physician by training (retired 2019); I believe having a guide and supporter is a powerful aid for transformation. I help problem-solve relationship and parenting difficulties, talk through stressors, teach relaxation skills (interactive meditation/biofeedback), assist in health & wellness goals, incorporate animal-assisted learning, use psychoeducation to promote self-understanding, and often just listen. I individualize guidance according to the person in front of me. "
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(828) 782-0343
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"Come try a coaching approach to life stresses on the farm! I’m Ann, a physician by training (retired 2019); I believe having a guide and supporter is a powerful aid for transformation. I help problem-solve relationship and parenting difficulties, talk through stressors, teach relaxation skills (interactive meditation/biofeedback), assist in health & wellness goals, incorporate animal-assisted learning, use psychoeducation to promote self-understanding, and often just listen. I individualize guidance according to the person in front of me. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"I am a Body-Centered Psychotherapist specializing in treating the intersection of trauma, attachment wounds and disordered eating/eating disorders with a somatic approach. I support my clients to shift from being at war with their bodies and their relationship with food to discover how the body can be one of our greatest resources. To transform our relationship with food and body we must slowly learn to understand what creates dysregulation, how we have used food to manage this dysregulation, how to notice what we need to settle our dysregulation and what life affirming skills help us return to a more calm, alert state of being. "
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(828) 372-0106
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"I am a Body-Centered Psychotherapist specializing in treating the intersection of trauma, attachment wounds and disordered eating/eating disorders with a somatic approach. I support my clients to shift from being at war with their bodies and their relationship with food to discover how the body can be one of our greatest resources. To transform our relationship with food and body we must slowly learn to understand what creates dysregulation, how we have used food to manage this dysregulation, how to notice what we need to settle our dysregulation and what life affirming skills help us return to a more calm, alert state of being. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"www.lissafriedman.com - I like to help people find the deep knot of their pattern, gently lovingly untie it, and bring healing to the wound. I have been a therapist for about 30 years, and in private Practice since 1987. While my style is eclectic, it is my warmth, compassion, and acceptance that underlie all of my work. I try to provide an environment, much like a container, for my clients to open to their own natural self compassion and acceptance. Seeing each person as whole, rather than deficient provides an environment for people to come to a natural place of healing."
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(352) 578-3092
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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"www.lissafriedman.com - I like to help people find the deep knot of their pattern, gently lovingly untie it, and bring healing to the wound. I have been a therapist for about 30 years, and in private Practice since 1987. While my style is eclectic, it is my warmth, compassion, and acceptance that underlie all of my work. I try to provide an environment, much like a container, for my clients to open to their own natural self compassion and acceptance. Seeing each person as whole, rather than deficient provides an environment for people to come to a natural place of healing."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28806
"I believe in using therapy as a means to help people find the tools within themselves to move toward positive mental health and overall wellness. I believe in support over solution; in walking with someone to face their unique issues however they need rather than “fixing” them. As a social worker, I consider the “whole person” and the systems impacting them to offer a positive therapeutic experience to every client and help them to feel seen, heard, and supported. I also bring my therapy dog for extra comfort. I am accepting new clients via telehealth."
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(980) 368-5819
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Eating Disorders
"I believe in using therapy as a means to help people find the tools within themselves to move toward positive mental health and overall wellness. I believe in support over solution; in walking with someone to face their unique issues however they need rather than “fixing” them. As a social worker, I consider the “whole person” and the systems impacting them to offer a positive therapeutic experience to every client and help them to feel seen, heard, and supported. I also bring my therapy dog for extra comfort. I am accepting new clients via telehealth."
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"At some point during the complex journey of life we all experience stuck points, emotional suffering, and sometimes an emotional crisis. It my deeply held belief, however, that we all have the innate ability to recover, heal and thrive. Providing an environment that facilitates healing and resilience is tremendously life-affirming work. I trust that each one of us has tremendous wisdom and strength. In partnership, we identify growth areas, goals, and strategies. Although it is essential that therapy is nurturing and nourishing, it is also hard work. I admire anyone who has the courage to push themselves out of their comfort zones."
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(828) 475-8742
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"At some point during the complex journey of life we all experience stuck points, emotional suffering, and sometimes an emotional crisis. It my deeply held belief, however, that we all have the innate ability to recover, heal and thrive. Providing an environment that facilitates healing and resilience is tremendously life-affirming work. I trust that each one of us has tremendous wisdom and strength. In partnership, we identify growth areas, goals, and strategies. Although it is essential that therapy is nurturing and nourishing, it is also hard work. I admire anyone who has the courage to push themselves out of their comfort zones."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"My ideal client is one who is searching for a deeper understanding of themselves as well as their relationships with the meaningful people in their world. Understanding the complexities of interpersonal dynamics is key to having healthy relationships with oneself, as well as others. My goal as a therapist is to create an atmosphere in which it is comfortable to explore old wounds as well as current interpersonal dynamics. In this work, it is my hope that insight will replace confusion as we embark on the road to a healthy and fulfilling life."
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(828) 330-4081
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"My ideal client is one who is searching for a deeper understanding of themselves as well as their relationships with the meaningful people in their world. Understanding the complexities of interpersonal dynamics is key to having healthy relationships with oneself, as well as others. My goal as a therapist is to create an atmosphere in which it is comfortable to explore old wounds as well as current interpersonal dynamics. In this work, it is my hope that insight will replace confusion as we embark on the road to a healthy and fulfilling life."
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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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"Full Circle Counseling and Wellness provides access to high quality, experienced counselors and integrative wellness practitioners who operate in a holistic, community oriented environment. Our counselors have experience with a wide range of emotional and psychological health challenges and seek to make effective treatment strategies affordable and sustainable. We employ the power of relationship for therapeutic benefit and to help foster belonging and connection by surrounding you with resources and support. Whether making art together, weeding gardens, or playing a board game, we hope to provide community oriented opportunities for everyone."
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(828) 483-4232
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"Full Circle Counseling and Wellness provides access to high quality, experienced counselors and integrative wellness practitioners who operate in a holistic, community oriented environment. Our counselors have experience with a wide range of emotional and psychological health challenges and seek to make effective treatment strategies affordable and sustainable. We employ the power of relationship for therapeutic benefit and to help foster belonging and connection by surrounding you with resources and support. Whether making art together, weeding gardens, or playing a board game, we hope to provide community oriented opportunities for everyone."
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"Hi I'm Alison Cross! I am a psychotherapist, and I provide both in person and virtual services in Georgia and North Carolina. It’s important to have an idea of what feels like the right fit when you’re looking for a qualified person to talk to. The problem is, how do you know? When my client leaves our session, my goal is for them to feel heard and respected.  I want my clients to feel like they’re talking to a real person.  How else can trust be built? "
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(828) 785-4213 x2
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"Hi I'm Alison Cross! I am a psychotherapist, and I provide both in person and virtual services in Georgia and North Carolina. It’s important to have an idea of what feels like the right fit when you’re looking for a qualified person to talk to. The problem is, how do you know? When my client leaves our session, my goal is for them to feel heard and respected.  I want my clients to feel like they’re talking to a real person.  How else can trust be built? "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28803
"My way of working is psychoanalytic. I know that hard times, with engaged work and appropriate care, can turn into understanding and growth. If uncertain of your next steps in life, in relationship or in work, psychotherapy can help. We will work together in safety so that you will be able to come to your own decisions with a sense of agency, hope and trust. I also work with men and women who have experienced loss: death of a beloved, divorce or illness, loss of position and losses that might come with age. Fears and regret, even trauma can be faced, processed and integrated."
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(813) 701-5579
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"My way of working is psychoanalytic. I know that hard times, with engaged work and appropriate care, can turn into understanding and growth. If uncertain of your next steps in life, in relationship or in work, psychotherapy can help. We will work together in safety so that you will be able to come to your own decisions with a sense of agency, hope and trust. I also work with men and women who have experienced loss: death of a beloved, divorce or illness, loss of position and losses that might come with age. Fears and regret, even trauma can be faced, processed and integrated."
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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
"Finding the right therapist for you is a primary factor in whether or not your therapy will be successful. I believe in creating a relaxed, non-judgmental atmosphere where people feel safe to explore painful feelings and negative thoughts/behaviors. My approach includes a balance of support and challenge. My goal is to bring warmth, humor, and an interactive style to our sessions. I do not believe in "one size fits all," and therefore, I strive to create an experience that is unique to you based on your individual needs and goals for therapy. My work is grounded in current research/education on mental health and well-being. "
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(252) 262-1951
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"Finding the right therapist for you is a primary factor in whether or not your therapy will be successful. I believe in creating a relaxed, non-judgmental atmosphere where people feel safe to explore painful feelings and negative thoughts/behaviors. My approach includes a balance of support and challenge. My goal is to bring warmth, humor, and an interactive style to our sessions. I do not believe in "one size fits all," and therefore, I strive to create an experience that is unique to you based on your individual needs and goals for therapy. My work is grounded in current research/education on mental health and well-being. "
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Asheville, North Carolina 28806
"I am here to help people who feel stuck in anxiety and depression to find their way through these challenging emotions to a sense of ease in a more authentic and satisfying relationship with life and themselves. My practice is rooted in building a safe, supportive relationship and trusting your inner wisdom as we work side by side exploring life's challenges. Working together we'll discover your unique needs and strengths in developing our goals for treatment. I am committed to empathy and open-mindedness while utilizing therapeutic techniques with proven effectiveness. "
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(828) 232-8089
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Asheville, North Carolina 28806
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"I am here to help people who feel stuck in anxiety and depression to find their way through these challenging emotions to a sense of ease in a more authentic and satisfying relationship with life and themselves. My practice is rooted in building a safe, supportive relationship and trusting your inner wisdom as we work side by side exploring life's challenges. Working together we'll discover your unique needs and strengths in developing our goals for treatment. I am committed to empathy and open-mindedness while utilizing therapeutic techniques with proven effectiveness. "

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