Stress, PTSD and Anxiety Therapists in Madison, NC.

Licensed professional counseling for anxiety, stress, phobias, and panic in Madison, North Carolina.


Marina Ervin, MS, LPC, NCC, BCPCC
Anxiety Counselor

Marina Ervin, MS, LPC, NCC, BCPCC

Licensed Professional Counselor/National Certified Counselor

In 27405 - Nearby to Madison.

Anxiety, Panic, Social Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and other Mood Disorders can control and interfere with an individual's daily functioning and enjoyment of life. I try to use a variety of psychoducational materials, bibliotherapy, relaxation, mediation, and mindfulness exercises to help the client learn to manage and even control the anxiety or stress as opposed to the opposite, putting the individual back in charge of his or her life choices.

Matthew Sixberry, LMFT, CCTP
Anxiety Counselor

Matthew Sixberry, LMFT, CCTP

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

In 27408 - Nearby to Madison.

I say life happens to everyone. People face challenges in life that bring them a great deal of stress that leads to anxiety issues. Most people do not realize that even too much good stress can bring on anxiety as stress is stress. I help people develop coping mechanisms to deal with their anxiety along with pushing people to address life's challenges head on in an intentional manner and not an emotionally reactive one. I teach people how to manage panic attacks, what is going on with the brain during a panic attack, and what the studies show is the best way to manage panic attacks.

Flora Dunbar, MA, LPA, LCMHC, BC-TMH
Anxiety Counselor

Flora Dunbar, MA, LPA, LCMHC, BC-TMH

Psychological Associate, Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Telemental Health Provider

Available for Online Therapy

Anxiety is a natural reaction to danger, a signaling system that protects us. But when anxiety is uncontrolled, it interferes terribly with the quality of life. Anxiety often responds well and quickly to treatment, but active client participation is key. The severity and type of anxiety presented determine the type of interventions used. I combine psychoeducation, psychotherapy, referrals for medication and/or recommendations for natural remedies. I help clients address general, pervasive anxiety, obsessive-compulsive anxiety, hoarding disorder (with collecting and acquiring), panic attacks, social anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and situational adjustment anxiety. Such problems are appropriate for Telemental health therapy when the problem severity is mild to moderate.


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Madison is located in Rockingham County, North Carolina. It has a land area of 3.53 square miles and a water area of 0.01 square miles.  The population of Madison is 2,197 people with 972 households and a median annual income of $30,345. .


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Difficult yet possible - ask your therapist

Committing to weekly sessions of therapy without insurance coverage or low cost options is very challenging for most people in Madison. If this applies to you, please contact your counselor and ask about sliding scale options or inquire about insurance coverage. The good news is that there are options available to you to establish an effective relationship with a great therapist in Madison. Your well being and health are important enough to make the best possible effort for. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Madison public health department.