In Person Therapists in Orange County, NC

Photo of Gina Kabat, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Gina Kabat
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
I'm happy to see you here! I have experience working with individuals of all ages, and particularly enjoy working through a family systems lens. My early work was in community mental health, providing therapy in individuals' homes, schools, and other treatment facilities. I have spent time working with trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment issues, generational trauma, and identity issues.
I'm happy to see you here! I have experience working with individuals of all ages, and particularly enjoy working through a family systems lens. My early work was in community mental health, providing therapy in individuals' homes, schools, and other treatment facilities. I have spent time working with trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment issues, generational trauma, and identity issues.
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Photo of Madigan Kent, LCSW, SEP, SSP, Coach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Madigan Kent
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP, SSP, Coach
Verified Verified
Carrboro, NC 27510
Hello! And welcome to my practice. I have a couple of specialities. First, I help sufferers of trauma become safely emobodied after years of disconnection and fear of feeling. Second, I help clients build nervous system regulation and secure attachment so they may feel safer and more free in the world. Third, I coach clients make room for their true 'selves' in their lives, without sacrificing family or connection, blending individuation/exploration with secure attachment. And finally, I help clients remove barriers between them and their goals so they may lead more purpose driven lives for themselves and those around them.
Hello! And welcome to my practice. I have a couple of specialities. First, I help sufferers of trauma become safely emobodied after years of disconnection and fear of feeling. Second, I help clients build nervous system regulation and secure attachment so they may feel safer and more free in the world. Third, I coach clients make room for their true 'selves' in their lives, without sacrificing family or connection, blending individuation/exploration with secure attachment. And finally, I help clients remove barriers between them and their goals so they may lead more purpose driven lives for themselves and those around them.
(872) 225-2150 View (872) 225-2150
Photo of Madeline Baker, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Madeline Baker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
My style of therapy offers a non-judgmental space to explore your feelings and process your experiences and emotions. I am a mixed bilingual Latina licensed clinical social worker. My background includes working with children, teens, and families doing in-home and school-based therapy. I like to use a trauma-informed perspective along with mindfulness and motivational interviewing to guide clients through their journey to healing. My goal is to find the right combination of treatment that works best for you and empower you along the way.
My style of therapy offers a non-judgmental space to explore your feelings and process your experiences and emotions. I am a mixed bilingual Latina licensed clinical social worker. My background includes working with children, teens, and families doing in-home and school-based therapy. I like to use a trauma-informed perspective along with mindfulness and motivational interviewing to guide clients through their journey to healing. My goal is to find the right combination of treatment that works best for you and empower you along the way.
(919) 298-8708 View (919) 298-8708
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Lucy Lang
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-A
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Hillsborough, NC 27278
Waitlist for new clients
I’m Lucy, a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate in the state of North Carolina. I provide affirming and person-centered therapy to teens and adults (ages 14+). As a therapist, I have worked with clients through their journeys with various challenges, including depression, anxiety, loneliness, academic stress, work- related stress, trauma, adjustment issues, relationship issues, and interpersonal problems. I have a particular interest in serving LGBTQ+ clients and clients with Autism, ADHD, or others who identify as neurodivergent. My style is warm, supportive, nonjudgmental, and down to earth.
I’m Lucy, a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate in the state of North Carolina. I provide affirming and person-centered therapy to teens and adults (ages 14+). As a therapist, I have worked with clients through their journeys with various challenges, including depression, anxiety, loneliness, academic stress, work- related stress, trauma, adjustment issues, relationship issues, and interpersonal problems. I have a particular interest in serving LGBTQ+ clients and clients with Autism, ADHD, or others who identify as neurodivergent. My style is warm, supportive, nonjudgmental, and down to earth.
(919) 892-6542 View (919) 892-6542
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Troy Lantz
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Most people with anxiety or depression don’t realize how their negative self-talk keeps them down and actually deepens their anxiety or depression. After working with me, my clients identify and reverse the effects of their negative self-talk, start feeling energized and motivated to do the things they used to enjoy, and are able to experience the simple joys of being alive again.
Most people with anxiety or depression don’t realize how their negative self-talk keeps them down and actually deepens their anxiety or depression. After working with me, my clients identify and reverse the effects of their negative self-talk, start feeling energized and motivated to do the things they used to enjoy, and are able to experience the simple joys of being alive again.
(919) 336-2912 View (919) 336-2912
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Edie Campbell
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, LMFT, PLLC
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Now offering 90 minute couple sessions. I am an experienced, licensed marriage and family therapist working with couples, individuals and children. I can help put your history in its rightful place and create a healthy narrative that will allow you to flourish. Let's partner to gain insight on potential blockers and craft practical solutions to move you past them, creating harmony in your relationships. Call today to schedule a free 30 minute meet & greet.
Now offering 90 minute couple sessions. I am an experienced, licensed marriage and family therapist working with couples, individuals and children. I can help put your history in its rightful place and create a healthy narrative that will allow you to flourish. Let's partner to gain insight on potential blockers and craft practical solutions to move you past them, creating harmony in your relationships. Call today to schedule a free 30 minute meet & greet.
(919) 794-8394 View (919) 794-8394
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Ryan F Murphy
Counselor, LMHCA, MS , DBT
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Deciding to venture into therapy is never an easy decision so it's important to note the strength it took to make it this far. I believe the goal of any type of therapy is to make the uncomfortable comfortable. My goal is to help you navigate the difficult emotions, intrusive thoughts, and impulsive behavior through a behavioral based approach.
Deciding to venture into therapy is never an easy decision so it's important to note the strength it took to make it this far. I believe the goal of any type of therapy is to make the uncomfortable comfortable. My goal is to help you navigate the difficult emotions, intrusive thoughts, and impulsive behavior through a behavioral based approach.
(984) 689-9105 View (984) 689-9105
Photo of Jennifer Baddour, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Jennifer Baddour
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Many people who decide to come to therapy describe a desire to feel happier and more satisfied with one or more areas of life. We all have times in our lives when we know we need to make a change, but taking the steps by yourself can feel overwhelming. Therapy is an opportunity to learn about yourself and to empower yourself to grow and make necessary shifts in order to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Maybe it feels like things have fallen off the rails, or maybe you're feeling a little stuck, or maybe it's somewhere in between...we'll meet you where you are, and take it from there!
Many people who decide to come to therapy describe a desire to feel happier and more satisfied with one or more areas of life. We all have times in our lives when we know we need to make a change, but taking the steps by yourself can feel overwhelming. Therapy is an opportunity to learn about yourself and to empower yourself to grow and make necessary shifts in order to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Maybe it feels like things have fallen off the rails, or maybe you're feeling a little stuck, or maybe it's somewhere in between...we'll meet you where you are, and take it from there!
(919) 842-3069 View (919) 842-3069
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Mary Dodge-Smith
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Seeking therapy is difficult. We may have overloaded friends in discussing our troubles. We may need an objective person to listen, understand. Sometimes old and new issues get entangled. A person may have experienced poor treatment in the past and have trust issues. Problems can improve when a person works with a supportive, caring therapist who feels safe and is not judgemental. A therapist can become a source of caring support. Identifying factors blocking the way forward is necessary to prioritize the interventions needed; that step be a relief. Change comes about through small steps and working on issues one at a time.
Seeking therapy is difficult. We may have overloaded friends in discussing our troubles. We may need an objective person to listen, understand. Sometimes old and new issues get entangled. A person may have experienced poor treatment in the past and have trust issues. Problems can improve when a person works with a supportive, caring therapist who feels safe and is not judgemental. A therapist can become a source of caring support. Identifying factors blocking the way forward is necessary to prioritize the interventions needed; that step be a relief. Change comes about through small steps and working on issues one at a time.
(984) 205-6583 View (984) 205-6583
Photo of Alexis Arzuaga, MDiv, MA, LCMHC, LCASA, NCC, Counselor
Alexis Arzuaga
Counselor, MDiv, MA, LCMHC, LCASA, NCC
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
I entered the counseling profession to support individuals who are having difficulties facing life’s challenges. I have found that many people struggle because they have created unrealistic expectations about the support, relationships, and encouragement they need. I believe that as humanity becomes “busier,” life becomes more complicated, affecting relationships and how we see ourselves fitting in the world. Life is often full of difficult and complicated experiences that are difficult to overcome, especially without support. Ultimately, these difficulties distract us from pursuing what enriches our lives.
I entered the counseling profession to support individuals who are having difficulties facing life’s challenges. I have found that many people struggle because they have created unrealistic expectations about the support, relationships, and encouragement they need. I believe that as humanity becomes “busier,” life becomes more complicated, affecting relationships and how we see ourselves fitting in the world. Life is often full of difficult and complicated experiences that are difficult to overcome, especially without support. Ultimately, these difficulties distract us from pursuing what enriches our lives.
(919) 694-4411 View (919) 694-4411
Photo of Gina Boyle, MSW, LCSWA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Gina Boyle
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Therapy is a safe, non-judgmental space for you to be witnessed, understood, and gently challenged to take action on what you truly value most. It's an opportunity for you to enhance your total well-being & deepen your engagement in life. I work best with individuals who are interested in understanding how they got stuck & who want to develop the skills & insights to move forward in ways which are meaningful to them. I utilize a holistic approach attuned to your needs & I truly listen.
Therapy is a safe, non-judgmental space for you to be witnessed, understood, and gently challenged to take action on what you truly value most. It's an opportunity for you to enhance your total well-being & deepen your engagement in life. I work best with individuals who are interested in understanding how they got stuck & who want to develop the skills & insights to move forward in ways which are meaningful to them. I utilize a holistic approach attuned to your needs & I truly listen.
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Photo of Christopher Stephens, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Christopher Stephens
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Psychotherapy is a collaborative experience in which you take an in-depth look at your life, perspectives and behaviors and explore what may or may not be working with a trained professional. Each individual experiences life in one's own unique way, with one's own set of personal values and goals. Sometimes life circumstances can create a conflict with a person's values. Sometimes people try their best and cannot change the way they feel. "Good people" can experience depression, anxiety, anger, grief, substance abuse, trauma and other circumstances, which, with the assistance of a trained professional, can be resolved.
Psychotherapy is a collaborative experience in which you take an in-depth look at your life, perspectives and behaviors and explore what may or may not be working with a trained professional. Each individual experiences life in one's own unique way, with one's own set of personal values and goals. Sometimes life circumstances can create a conflict with a person's values. Sometimes people try their best and cannot change the way they feel. "Good people" can experience depression, anxiety, anger, grief, substance abuse, trauma and other circumstances, which, with the assistance of a trained professional, can be resolved.
(919) 249-7217 View (919) 249-7217
Photo of David K Donlon, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
David K Donlon
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
I meet with adults for both individual therapy and marital/couple therapy. I see therapy as a way to become more aware of yourself and your interactions with the world; to update anachronistic self-concepts and to develop perspective on the trajectory of your life. When feeling accepted, we can shine a light on some of the darker corners of our lives, express novel thoughts and feelings, and become more fully and more comfortably human. For those familiar with the language, my approach can perhaps be characterized as psychodynamically informed humanistic therapy. Please go to www.daviddonlon.com for more information.
I meet with adults for both individual therapy and marital/couple therapy. I see therapy as a way to become more aware of yourself and your interactions with the world; to update anachronistic self-concepts and to develop perspective on the trajectory of your life. When feeling accepted, we can shine a light on some of the darker corners of our lives, express novel thoughts and feelings, and become more fully and more comfortably human. For those familiar with the language, my approach can perhaps be characterized as psychodynamically informed humanistic therapy. Please go to www.daviddonlon.com for more information.
(919) 429-7447 View (919) 429-7447
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Siobhan E. Colgan
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MPH, LCSW
Verified Verified
Carrboro, NC 27510
Currently accepting new clients for spring 2024. I currently have limited weekly therapy openings, with some morning and early afternoon weekday options. After school appointment times for kids/teens are extremely limited and may be on a waiting list. Potential new clients can schedule a free 15-minute consultation online via my website, leave me a voice message, or email me to connect. I typically see clients weekly at a usual standing time. Regular parent visits are also required for my child/teen clients.
Currently accepting new clients for spring 2024. I currently have limited weekly therapy openings, with some morning and early afternoon weekday options. After school appointment times for kids/teens are extremely limited and may be on a waiting list. Potential new clients can schedule a free 15-minute consultation online via my website, leave me a voice message, or email me to connect. I typically see clients weekly at a usual standing time. Regular parent visits are also required for my child/teen clients.
(919) 343-5629 View (919) 343-5629
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Lysandra Penn-Bartoo
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Waitlist for new clients
Whether you're going through a difficult time at this moment or if you've been feeling this way for awhile, I can offer support and positive coping mechanisms for the stressors you're experiencing. I empower clients to have the capability to use self-compassion and combat damaging thinking and behavioral patterns using evidence-based therapeutic modalities. Every client is unique and I like to employ an individualized, emotionally-centered approach that implements humor, support, and warmth. 
Whether you're going through a difficult time at this moment or if you've been feeling this way for awhile, I can offer support and positive coping mechanisms for the stressors you're experiencing. I empower clients to have the capability to use self-compassion and combat damaging thinking and behavioral patterns using evidence-based therapeutic modalities. Every client is unique and I like to employ an individualized, emotionally-centered approach that implements humor, support, and warmth. 
(336) 203-6822 View (336) 203-6822
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Grey Mastro Hubbard
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Carrboro, NC 27510
I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) clinical social worker with approximately ten years experience providing mental health services to children and families. I have worked with a wide range of families with a wide range of strengths and challenges. Much of my experience has been focused on assisting children, teenagers and families recover from traumatic experiences. I also feel that I can be helpful to those dealing with depression and anxiety.
I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) clinical social worker with approximately ten years experience providing mental health services to children and families. I have worked with a wide range of families with a wide range of strengths and challenges. Much of my experience has been focused on assisting children, teenagers and families recover from traumatic experiences. I also feel that I can be helpful to those dealing with depression and anxiety.
(919) 635-4235 View (919) 635-4235
Photo of Aimee Vandemark, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Aimee Vandemark
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Hillsborough, NC 27278
I am a licensed clinical social worker and I truly look forward to working with you. It can often be an overwhelmingly difficult decision to reach out for help and I appreciate the challenges that you may face. For the past twenty years I have worked in diverse settings with individuals wanting an emotional balance in their lives, or with parents and children to strengthen their relationship, but always with the common goal: to feel better! My therapeutic approach focuses on your strengths and work towards using those strengths to make desired changes in your life.
I am a licensed clinical social worker and I truly look forward to working with you. It can often be an overwhelmingly difficult decision to reach out for help and I appreciate the challenges that you may face. For the past twenty years I have worked in diverse settings with individuals wanting an emotional balance in their lives, or with parents and children to strengthen their relationship, but always with the common goal: to feel better! My therapeutic approach focuses on your strengths and work towards using those strengths to make desired changes in your life.
(919) 926-0146 View (919) 926-0146
Photo of Simon Spire, MA, MSW, LCSWA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Simon Spire
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSWA
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Hillsborough, NC 27278
I am currently accepting new clients, and I always respond within 24 hours. I partner with adults of all ages who are seeking psychotherapy within a setting that’s able to hold the fullness of who they are and the larger arc of their path. Located on Pickards Mountain at the edge of Chapel Hill, I describe my approach as somatic, depth-oriented, and mindfulness-based. Another term I use is soulcentric. Why? Because the word soul points to the deeper dimensions of one’s life. It evokes the rich, sometimes veiled currents running through our lives and orients us toward our ever-unfolding authenticity and path.
I am currently accepting new clients, and I always respond within 24 hours. I partner with adults of all ages who are seeking psychotherapy within a setting that’s able to hold the fullness of who they are and the larger arc of their path. Located on Pickards Mountain at the edge of Chapel Hill, I describe my approach as somatic, depth-oriented, and mindfulness-based. Another term I use is soulcentric. Why? Because the word soul points to the deeper dimensions of one’s life. It evokes the rich, sometimes veiled currents running through our lives and orients us toward our ever-unfolding authenticity and path.
(919) 891-8269 View (919) 891-8269
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Zena Chase
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, MS, LCMHC, NCC
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
I’m very passionate about helping people, and celebrating their courageous strides. It takes courage to seek counseling, and courage to trust the process. I strive to create a partnership that is therapeutic in nature, and intentional in effort. It is with that intention, courage, and partnership that I assist my clients’ in reaching therapeutic goals, accepting and achieving growth, increasing awareness, and fostering resilience.
I’m very passionate about helping people, and celebrating their courageous strides. It takes courage to seek counseling, and courage to trust the process. I strive to create a partnership that is therapeutic in nature, and intentional in effort. It is with that intention, courage, and partnership that I assist my clients’ in reaching therapeutic goals, accepting and achieving growth, increasing awareness, and fostering resilience.
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Photo of Kalita D McBride, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Kalita D McBride
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
The House of Gray PLLC was created with the strong friend and family member in mind. The one that often feels alone and who finds it difficult to be vulnerable with their loved ones. Our passion lies in educating, empowering and healing communities that have been fragmented for generations. Our energy is rooted in being empathic, safe and nonjudgmental to support your journey towards healing and inner peace. We guide you in finding meaning to the challenges you face and explore your inner strengths to thrive.
The House of Gray PLLC was created with the strong friend and family member in mind. The one that often feels alone and who finds it difficult to be vulnerable with their loved ones. Our passion lies in educating, empowering and healing communities that have been fragmented for generations. Our energy is rooted in being empathic, safe and nonjudgmental to support your journey towards healing and inner peace. We guide you in finding meaning to the challenges you face and explore your inner strengths to thrive.
(919) 635-1834 View (919) 635-1834

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