Kelly Saylor, MACC, LPCA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 1923 JN Pease Place, Suite 104, Charlotte 28262
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kelly.
Christian CounselingMarriage Counseling
Individual CounselingFamily Counseling
Mental Health CounselingChild/Adolescent Counseling
Anxiety/DepressionBipolar

I am a licensed professional counselor associate and a licensed marriage and family therapist. I work with clients to create an environment that is comfortable, compassionate and confidential for them to grow and work on and heal from their life struggles

Amy Berwick, PhD, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 1801 East 5th Street, Suite 211, Charlotte 28204
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AdultsAdolescents
CouplesFamilies
DepressionAnxiety
Grief

Does life feel like a struggle? It is quite normal to experience feelings of anger, sadness, fear and emptiness, but sometimes feelings can become overpowering. Counseling can help you find relief and get back on track. Call today to schedule an appointment.

Josué Cardona, LPCA, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 310 East Blvd Ste 9-D, Charlotte 28203
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AnxietyAnger
DepressionCulture
IdentityRelationships
PlayGeek Therapy

I specialize in helping people figure things out. My role is to help you see things as they really are and learn how the way you were seeing things before may have been causing you trouble. Once you begin to see things differently, things will get a lot easier.

Amanda Shanks, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 6845 Fairview Road, Charlotte 28210
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Adults And AdolescentsAnxiety
Marriage & Couples CounselingRelationship Issues
Pre- And Post-Partum IssuesDepression
Grief And LossLgbt Issues

I assist clients in tapping into their own individual potential and strengths in a safe and nonjudgmental environment. If you are looking to find meaning in your life, achieve goals, and improve your relationships with others, then call today for an appointment.

Olga Pisarskiy, MA, LPCA, LMFTA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Location: 6809-A Fairview Rd., Charlotte 28210
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Grief & LossStress & Anxiety
Couples CounselingPremarital Counseling
DepressionTrauma & Abuse
Adolescent CounselingAdjustment & Life Transition

My goal as a therapist is to create a safe place for you to share your thoughts and feelings in a confidential environment. When a person feels safe and understood they are able to open up and work through painful areas of their lives.

Lola Sanford, LPCA, MFTA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Location: 4232 Shopton Road, Charlotte 28217
Fast Contact: Email or Call Lola.
ForgivenessSelf-esteem
ParentingGrief
Spiritual FormationAddictions
IncarcerationCommunication

I am committed to help people maximize their potential, empowered to walk in the full destiny of who they are. Let's work together to enhance your strengths and creatively address the distinct areas of your life that may be hurting. I hope you'll take this next step.

Diana Levitt, MA, NCC, LPCS

Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor

Location: 4525 Hedgemore Drive Suite H, Charlotte 28209
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ChildrenAdolescents
FamiliesPlay Therapy
Art Expressive TherapyCognitive Behavioral Therapy
Trauma-Focused CBTParenting

I applaud you for taking a first step towards growth. I have over ten years of experience in providing mental health counseling, specializing in children, adolescents, and families. I am a National Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.

Greg Preston, L.P.C.

LPC. Licensed Professional Counselor.

Location: 1945 J.N. Pease Place. Ste. 202, Charlotte 28262
Fast Contact: Email or Call Greg.
Anxiety.Depression.
Stress Management.Panic.
Adjustment Issues.Substance Abuse
OCDCoping With Change.

Are you looking for a counselor to connect with? Someone you can trust? Someone you will be comfortable with? These things are important when looking for a counselor. I have over nineteen years of experience in the counseling field. I have helped thousands!

Elizabeth De La Cadena, MS, LPCA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Location: 6845 Fairview Road, Charlotte 28210
Fast Contact: Email or Call Elizabeth.
Relationship Issuesparenting
Adolescent IssuesDivorce Mediation
Sex Therapydepression
anxietyPre-Marriage Counseling

Therapy has been a source of strength in my life and I am now passionate about partnering with others to enact lasting change and growth. As a former software executive and happily married mother of three, I am able to connect easily with people of diverse backgrounds.

Robin Fine, MSW, LCSWA

Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist

Location: 6809 Fairview Road, Charlotte 28210
Fast Contact: Email or Call Robin.
Anxiety, Phobias, And OCDDepression
Grief And LossRelationship And Family Issues
AddictionLife Transitions

If life's struggles are getting in the way of your happiness, it's time to get the help you need. I offer a comfortable and respectful environment with a no-nonsense and personal approach. Take the first step to becoming one of my success stories. Call me today!


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Counseling Charlotte North Carolina

Therapist North Davidson, Dilworth, Ballantyne, Southpark, Plaza Midwood

The story of Charlotte began in 1755 when Thomas Polk started a settlement at the confluence of two Native American trade routes. The settlement grew in size and was officially called Charlotte-town in 1768. The community was named after the wife of the British King George III. Although originally the town's leaders were anxious to garner support from Great Britain, they eventually went the way of the rest of America by pursuing independence. In 1770, the town's future development was planned by a group of surveyors. The major areas and roads they designated have remained important parts of Charlotte's urban landscape. Charlotte was an influential locale for several denominations of Christianity including: Baptists, Lutherans, Catholics and others. This has earned Charlotte the nickname, "the City of Churches".1

Mental Health in Charlotte

Citizens of Charlotte, regardless of their age, face a wide variety of mental health issues. Mental disorders are the leading cause of disability for individuals in Charlotte between the ages of 15 to 44. Over one-fourth of teenagers in Charlotte report feeling sad or hopeless. Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia in individuals over the age of 65 and is the 4th leading cause of death of Mecklenburg County's elderly residents.2 With many barriers to treatment, including stigma and unavailability of services, some Charlotte residents try to live with mental illness without receiving the proper care they need.

Poor mental health can often be a barrier to gainful employment. Goodwill Industries offers a variety of programs to those in need of employment assistance. Those without a job due to mental or physical disability, social disadvantage, or homelessness can participate in job training workshops in order to gain employment skills. Goodwill's job resource center provides many leads for area jobs. On-the-job training programs are also available in a number of vocations. Services for youth who have little or no work experiences are available as well. For additional details, please contact Goodwill at 704-372-3434.3

Current Education

The Department of Counseling at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte offers both master's and doctoral programs in counseling. Graduates of these programs have the skills and knowledge to offer compassionate, proactive, and effective therapeutic treatments to people suffering from an array of mental illnesses and addictions. The program focuses specifically on the development of counselors who respect the dignity and ethnicity of others. Further information about the program is available by calling 704-687-8622.4


References

1. Wikipedia. (2014). Charlotte, North Carolina. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte,_North_Carolina
2. Mecklenburg County Government. (2010). 2010 Mecklenburg County Community Health Assessment. Retrieved from http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HealthDepartment/HealthStatistics/Documents/2010%20Community%20Health%20Assessment.pdf
3. Goodwill Industries. (2014). Services. Retrieved from http://www.goodwillsp.org/services
4. University of North Carolina Charlotte. (2014). Clinical Mental Health Program. Retrieved from http://counseling.uncc.edu/clinical-mental-health-program