Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI
710 Pettigru St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
We are amazingly complex beings, especially when it comes to our psychology. Current research is showing that much of our behavior is driven by deeper, more emotion-based parts of the brain. Therefore, my approach to therapy addresses both the immediate, short-term habits of behavior, as well as the deeper roots of our feelings. Depression, anxiety, fears, anger... all these can be the result of unresolved feelings and injuries. Together, we can explore the most effective approach to healing.
James Colvin, M.Div., LMFT
Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist
16 Arlington St., Asheville, North Carolina 28801
I pracatice holisitc therapy that engages mind, body and spirit. I try to create an accepting environment that feels safe and conducive to honest open conversation. I also help clients identify their inner "parts" and to engage in a useful dialogue with them. Healing comes from insight, selfawareness and behavioral change. We work together to make sure these changes are occuring inorder for the client or couple to have a more enjoyable life with successful relationships.
Geoffrey Bullock, LCSW
Marriage and Couples Therapist
70 Woodfin Pl Suite 232, Asheville, North Carolina 28801
I offer individual couple counseling if you want to improve your relationship, but your partner isn't yet on board for counseling. Of course, marriage and couple counseling is best done with both partners, but you don't have to wait. Through counseling you'll gain a richer understanding of your relationship and will take that clarity, energy, and renewed commitment into interactions with your partner. Each addition moment of connection or conflict that's avoided contributes to enriching your relationship. Partners form non-conscious patterns... which become like ruts in a dirt road. Even one person discovering these habits can shift them and create a more fulfilling relationship.