Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS-A Verified
Verified
As a traditional private mental health practice we offer individual, family, and couples counseling to the communities of WNC. We offer the option of seven clinicians across 5 offices in addition to offering telehealth services. Our goal is to provide the highest quality person focused care supported by research aimed at empowering the client to not only move past their current or past stressor but to heal and grow. Collectively we utilize CBT as our treatment foundation with the specialized training of EMDR to facilitate healing. In addition each clinician brings their own unique approach to providing treatment, no two the same.
Non-Binary
(828) 202-5081
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Non-Binary
As a traditional private mental health practice we offer individual, family, and couples counseling to the communities of WNC. We offer the option of seven clinicians across 5 offices in addition to offering telehealth services. Our goal is to provide the highest quality person focused care supported by research aimed at empowering the client to not only move past their current or past stressor but to heal and grow. Collectively we utilize CBT as our treatment foundation with the specialized training of EMDR to facilitate healing. In addition each clinician brings their own unique approach to providing treatment, no two the same.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSWc, MSW, LCSW, LCASA Verified
Verified
Are you feeling insecure, drowning in shame and guilt, or struggling with dark thoughts, depression, and anxiety? Maybe, you live in constant fear, overwhelmed by isolation and the disconnect from your family and friends? You want nothing more than to stop feeling so helpless, hopeless, and worthless. Schedule an appointment with OMC, today. Let me support, affirm, and nurture your discovery of an empowered and happy self. You can begin to feel liberated, reclaim your worth, know and live your values. Call today for your appointment.
Non-Binary
(833) 900-2402
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Non-Binary
Are you feeling insecure, drowning in shame and guilt, or struggling with dark thoughts, depression, and anxiety? Maybe, you live in constant fear, overwhelmed by isolation and the disconnect from your family and friends? You want nothing more than to stop feeling so helpless, hopeless, and worthless. Schedule an appointment with OMC, today. Let me support, affirm, and nurture your discovery of an empowered and happy self. You can begin to feel liberated, reclaim your worth, know and live your values. Call today for your appointment.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MPH, MSW, LCSWA Verified
Verified
*Current availability for individuals ages 21+* I work with non-binary, trans, intersex, and LGBQ people around issues of identity discovery. I’m also committed to providing culturally resonant services to LGBTQI people experiencing activism burn-out; addiction; anxiety; career uncertainty; chronic illness; depression; life transition; and the impacts of systemic oppression. Whether you want to specifically work on identity exploration or you want to explore other facets of your life and wellbeing, you are welcome here. Additionally. I collaborate with LGBTQI people's communities to help them best support their LGBTQI loved one.
Non-Binary
(984) 205-8050
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Non-Binary
*Current availability for individuals ages 21+* I work with non-binary, trans, intersex, and LGBQ people around issues of identity discovery. I’m also committed to providing culturally resonant services to LGBTQI people experiencing activism burn-out; addiction; anxiety; career uncertainty; chronic illness; depression; life transition; and the impacts of systemic oppression. Whether you want to specifically work on identity exploration or you want to explore other facets of your life and wellbeing, you are welcome here. Additionally. I collaborate with LGBTQI people's communities to help them best support their LGBTQI loved one.
Photo of Compass Counseling Services, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS Verified
Verified
Over the years, I have worked with individuals who experience challenges with symptoms related to anxiety, who have been experienced challenges in relationships, and those who are wanting to increase stress management skills. Some folks seeking support during times of transition and some folks are interested in focusing on a specific area of their relationship with their partner or their coworkers. Together, we can determine which goals to focus on and how to best achieve the desired outcomes.
Non-Binary
(919) 822-8318
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Non-Binary
Over the years, I have worked with individuals who experience challenges with symptoms related to anxiety, who have been experienced challenges in relationships, and those who are wanting to increase stress management skills. Some folks seeking support during times of transition and some folks are interested in focusing on a specific area of their relationship with their partner or their coworkers. Together, we can determine which goals to focus on and how to best achieve the desired outcomes.
Photo of Amber Borcyk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSWA Verified
Verified
In therapy, we’ll foster opportunities for you to untangle your authentic voice from the stories and tall tales of other's expectations and larger societal pressures. I work with people of all races who identify as one or more of the following identities: Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Pansexual, Queer, Asexual, Intersex, Transgender, Agender, or Non-binary. I also support family members as they process their expectations about a loved one's identity. Additionally, I work with people who are Aromantic or are in diverse partnerships such as ethical non-monogamy or alternative relationships informed by BDSM.
Non-Binary
(336) 443-6348
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Non-Binary
In therapy, we’ll foster opportunities for you to untangle your authentic voice from the stories and tall tales of other's expectations and larger societal pressures. I work with people of all races who identify as one or more of the following identities: Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Pansexual, Queer, Asexual, Intersex, Transgender, Agender, or Non-binary. I also support family members as they process their expectations about a loved one's identity. Additionally, I work with people who are Aromantic or are in diverse partnerships such as ethical non-monogamy or alternative relationships informed by BDSM.
Photo of Examined Life, PLLC, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LCMHC, ERYT500 Verified
Verified
We offer an ideal approach for anyone who deals with anxiety, inability to focus, dissociation, patterns of unhelpful behavior and other barriers to living the fullest life possible. Existential coaching brings the practices of mindfulness, movement, body awareness, sensation mapping, mind-body integration, and education. Combined with Existential-Humanistic therapy, positive, identifiable and sustainable shifts can occur much more quickly because this combination works from the top down (therapy) and the bottom up (mindfulness, movement, etc) and is, therefore, inclusive of the total experience of being human.
Non-Binary
(704) 350-2768
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Non-Binary
We offer an ideal approach for anyone who deals with anxiety, inability to focus, dissociation, patterns of unhelpful behavior and other barriers to living the fullest life possible. Existential coaching brings the practices of mindfulness, movement, body awareness, sensation mapping, mind-body integration, and education. Combined with Existential-Humanistic therapy, positive, identifiable and sustainable shifts can occur much more quickly because this combination works from the top down (therapy) and the bottom up (mindfulness, movement, etc) and is, therefore, inclusive of the total experience of being human.
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Counselor, LCMHCA, ATR-BC, CCLS Verified
Verified
Human connection is essential to the healing process. My priority is to provide a space for you to feel seen in your whole authentic self. I will be a mirror to help reveal that you already have everything you need. I am a queer black therapist who recognizes the importance identity has on our everyday experience.
Non-Binary
(919) 568-5790
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Non-Binary
Human connection is essential to the healing process. My priority is to provide a space for you to feel seen in your whole authentic self. I will be a mirror to help reveal that you already have everything you need. I am a queer black therapist who recognizes the importance identity has on our everyday experience.
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Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, PhD, LCMHC Verified
Verified
At Sagestone, we respect and acknowledge the vital aspects of your life and take a "whole you" approach. We use empathy, compassion, and curiosity to better understand you and your needs. We listen. We share our experience, "know how", and provide thought-provoking, substantive, and practical process. We provide support that fosters safety, curiosity, and growth. We meet you where you are, in the here and now, allowing you to experience grounded vulnerability, presence, and acceptance, as you expand your way of being to embody inner peace, balance, and empowerment.
Non-Binary
(252) 377-4073
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Non-Binary
At Sagestone, we respect and acknowledge the vital aspects of your life and take a "whole you" approach. We use empathy, compassion, and curiosity to better understand you and your needs. We listen. We share our experience, "know how", and provide thought-provoking, substantive, and practical process. We provide support that fosters safety, curiosity, and growth. We meet you where you are, in the here and now, allowing you to experience grounded vulnerability, presence, and acceptance, as you expand your way of being to embody inner peace, balance, and empowerment.
Photo of Tricia Osterberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS, CCS Verified
Verified
I am here to help people struggling with navigating a world that feels like it's not built for them. Whether it's working through gender/sexuality issues, trauma, or figuring out how to be in the world without drugs and alcohol, I work with folks to strengthen their own inner wisdom in order to walk through the world whole and confident with a sense of belonging. I aim to create a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to come as you are, discover who you want to be, and figure out what is getting in the way.
Non-Binary
(828) 521-0449
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Non-Binary
I am here to help people struggling with navigating a world that feels like it's not built for them. Whether it's working through gender/sexuality issues, trauma, or figuring out how to be in the world without drugs and alcohol, I work with folks to strengthen their own inner wisdom in order to walk through the world whole and confident with a sense of belonging. I aim to create a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to come as you are, discover who you want to be, and figure out what is getting in the way.
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Counselor, MEd, LCMHCA, NCC Verified
Verified
[Please note: I do not have availability to schedule new clients at this time. Please visit my website for current appointment availability details.] Many of us struggle with thoughts or emotions that we find difficult. Most of us have experienced challenging, upsetting, or traumatic events during the course of our lives. And sometimes we may feel overwhelmed by our current situation. In these circumstances, it can be helpful to seek out extra support. Deciding to work with a therapist can be an important step toward healing. I believe that, even when facing suffering, resiliency is possible.
Non-Binary
(984) 223-4012
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Non-Binary
[Please note: I do not have availability to schedule new clients at this time. Please visit my website for current appointment availability details.] Many of us struggle with thoughts or emotions that we find difficult. Most of us have experienced challenging, upsetting, or traumatic events during the course of our lives. And sometimes we may feel overwhelmed by our current situation. In these circumstances, it can be helpful to seek out extra support. Deciding to work with a therapist can be an important step toward healing. I believe that, even when facing suffering, resiliency is possible.
Photo of Cauthen Counseling and Consulting, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
Is your child or teen acting out? Do you feel like an emotional mess? Are you coping with feelings of anxiety, depression, fatigue, or defeat that just won't seem to go away? Are your emotional issues so serious that you believe that you don’t know which direction to go? Are you grieving a loss? Are you feeling burned out at work, searching for clarity, or trying to find meaning in life? We will work together and empower you to help yourself! We have over 14 years of experience in individual counseling and consultation. We have a diverse group of professionals to assist you in seeking clarity and improving your peace.
Non-Binary
(704) 850-6479
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Non-Binary
Is your child or teen acting out? Do you feel like an emotional mess? Are you coping with feelings of anxiety, depression, fatigue, or defeat that just won't seem to go away? Are your emotional issues so serious that you believe that you don’t know which direction to go? Are you grieving a loss? Are you feeling burned out at work, searching for clarity, or trying to find meaning in life? We will work together and empower you to help yourself! We have over 14 years of experience in individual counseling and consultation. We have a diverse group of professionals to assist you in seeking clarity and improving your peace.
Photo of Molly Herold, Counselor
Counselor, EdM, MA, LPCA Verified
Verified
Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help.
Non-Binary
(828) 373-1549
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Non-Binary
Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help.
Photo of Adam Tannenbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWA Verified
Verified
I offer individual, partners/couples (including polyamorous partners), and family counseling, in addition to letter of support services for gender transition, for anyone age 13+. My primary focus areas are exploring & supporting identity development (racial identities, LGBTQ+ identities, etc), developing healthy relationships, improving communication, processing trauma, understanding family dynamics, & resolving conflicts. I am open to working with anyone who thinks they would be a good fit, but in general, I tend to be process-oriented, often focusing on how different dynamics impact clients’ experiences.
Non-Binary
(984) 465-7421
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Non-Binary
I offer individual, partners/couples (including polyamorous partners), and family counseling, in addition to letter of support services for gender transition, for anyone age 13+. My primary focus areas are exploring & supporting identity development (racial identities, LGBTQ+ identities, etc), developing healthy relationships, improving communication, processing trauma, understanding family dynamics, & resolving conflicts. I am open to working with anyone who thinks they would be a good fit, but in general, I tend to be process-oriented, often focusing on how different dynamics impact clients’ experiences.
PhD, P-SEP, RYT
Whether you’re processing major life events or looking for help coping with day-to-day issues, I’d be honored to join you on your journey. As a trauma survivor myself, I know first-hand the importance of having compassionate, attuned support for engaging in deep work. I offer a relational approach to therapy, drawing from my training in trauma, safety, attachment, and emotional regulation. The current research shows that we can’t “talk our way out” trauma, pain, or discomfort. So the therapy I offer is experiential and relational, using the body and nervous system as resources for building resiliency and feeling more at ease.
Non-Binary
(828) 827-1772
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Non-Binary
Whether you’re processing major life events or looking for help coping with day-to-day issues, I’d be honored to join you on your journey. As a trauma survivor myself, I know first-hand the importance of having compassionate, attuned support for engaging in deep work. I offer a relational approach to therapy, drawing from my training in trauma, safety, attachment, and emotional regulation. The current research shows that we can’t “talk our way out” trauma, pain, or discomfort. So the therapy I offer is experiential and relational, using the body and nervous system as resources for building resiliency and feeling more at ease.
Photo of Sam Pranger Silvaine, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC Verified
Verified
*WAITLIST ONLY* I provide teletherapy for both Colorado and North Carolina residents. Individuals: I work with people experiencing the remnants and recoil of trauma, including systemic trauma, and how it impacts mood, meaning, and relationship issues. My job is to help you explore the unknown and rejected parts of you, learning how to change your relationship to those parts so that you can live a more connected and meaningful life. I work with adults with a wide variety of backgrounds and presenting concerns and specialize in working with queer and trans folks .
Non-Binary
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Non-Binary
*WAITLIST ONLY* I provide teletherapy for both Colorado and North Carolina residents. Individuals: I work with people experiencing the remnants and recoil of trauma, including systemic trauma, and how it impacts mood, meaning, and relationship issues. My job is to help you explore the unknown and rejected parts of you, learning how to change your relationship to those parts so that you can live a more connected and meaningful life. I work with adults with a wide variety of backgrounds and presenting concerns and specialize in working with queer and trans folks .
Photo of Courtney Hudson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Every human does better when we feel connected to others and to ourselves. Put simply, connection is the compilation of three basic elements: knowing we are seen, heard, and that we matter. I was introduced to this concept when watching an interview with Maya Angelou, just before I began my graduate program to become a therapist. Since that time, I have heard many others share the same message… Oprah, Brene Brown, Johann Hari, and countless others that have studied, researched, and understand the tie that binds us all. When we feel better, we do better, right? The concept is simple, yes, but the work is obviously more complex.
Non-Binary
(980) 261-3521
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Non-Binary
Every human does better when we feel connected to others and to ourselves. Put simply, connection is the compilation of three basic elements: knowing we are seen, heard, and that we matter. I was introduced to this concept when watching an interview with Maya Angelou, just before I began my graduate program to become a therapist. Since that time, I have heard many others share the same message… Oprah, Brene Brown, Johann Hari, and countless others that have studied, researched, and understand the tie that binds us all. When we feel better, we do better, right? The concept is simple, yes, but the work is obviously more complex.
Photo of Cole Armbrust, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW Verified
Verified
I am casual and tattooed, and that tends to work for most people... even if it's vastly different from how people picture a typical 'therapist'. I feel very comfortable working with children, teens, and adults from all backgrounds. I work with individuals impacted by trauma and really love this area of focus. I am best suited to work with someone who is seeking change of some kind and needs support to make it happen. I look forward to working with you! Call, email or text today.
Non-Binary
(828) 333-5004
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Non-Binary
I am casual and tattooed, and that tends to work for most people... even if it's vastly different from how people picture a typical 'therapist'. I feel very comfortable working with children, teens, and adults from all backgrounds. I work with individuals impacted by trauma and really love this area of focus. I am best suited to work with someone who is seeking change of some kind and needs support to make it happen. I look forward to working with you! Call, email or text today.
Photo of Chris E Carson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW Verified
Verified
I am a psychotherapist for individuals and couples. Do you want stronger, clearer and healthier relationships? My clients consist mainly of open minded, artistic and unconventional persons wanting more intimacy and connection or wanting to explore their innate gifts and talents. I also work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and non-binary persons. However, I love working with anyone who is seeking growth, wholeness and perspective.
Non-Binary
(804) 651-3941
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Non-Binary
I am a psychotherapist for individuals and couples. Do you want stronger, clearer and healthier relationships? My clients consist mainly of open minded, artistic and unconventional persons wanting more intimacy and connection or wanting to explore their innate gifts and talents. I also work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and non-binary persons. However, I love working with anyone who is seeking growth, wholeness and perspective.
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Asheville, NC 28801
Hello! I imagine you are here because the Enneagram has found and started working on you. This powerful tool begins to move your attention, revealing blind spots, and expanding your capacity for life. Perhaps you are here because you're looking for support in navigating this present pandemic. Circumstances like these tend to heighten areas of stuckness that we've been avoiding. Others are here looking for couples counseling for breaking cycles of conflict and defensiveness that drain appreciation and passion. Wherever you are on your journey, it's helpful to have a guide to help you integrate this transformative map!
Non-Binary
(541) 255-4215
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Office is near:
Asheville, NC 28801
Non-Binary
Hello! I imagine you are here because the Enneagram has found and started working on you. This powerful tool begins to move your attention, revealing blind spots, and expanding your capacity for life. Perhaps you are here because you're looking for support in navigating this present pandemic. Circumstances like these tend to heighten areas of stuckness that we've been avoiding. Others are here looking for couples counseling for breaking cycles of conflict and defensiveness that drain appreciation and passion. Wherever you are on your journey, it's helpful to have a guide to help you integrate this transformative map!
Photo of Dana Cea, Counselor
Counselor, CPSS, CRC, LCMHCA, NCC Verified
Verified
Pronouns: she/her or they/them. My journey began as a consumer of mental health services, and I later became a Certified Peer Support Specialist in North Carolina. I have worked with active duty members and veterans of the armed forces for the United States of America, college students, members of the LGBTQ+ community, persons with disabilities, persons with thoughts of suicide, and survivors of suicide loss. My therapy centers around Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) while staying flexible to best help you.
Non-Binary
(252) 744-0328
Verified

Non-Binary
Pronouns: she/her or they/them. My journey began as a consumer of mental health services, and I later became a Certified Peer Support Specialist in North Carolina. I have worked with active duty members and veterans of the armed forces for the United States of America, college students, members of the LGBTQ+ community, persons with disabilities, persons with thoughts of suicide, and survivors of suicide loss. My therapy centers around Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) while staying flexible to best help you.

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