Counseling in Charlotte, NC. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Great therapists in Charlotte, North Carolina are ready to help you. Contacting a counselor is fast and easy, go ahead and say hello.


Robin Fine, MSW, LCSW

Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist

6809 Fairview Road, Charlotte, North Carolina

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!

Melissa Martin, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

315 Main St. Ste. D, Pineville, North Carolina

Therapy can be an empowering experience, one that sparks positive change and puts feelings and memories in their proper place. Utilizing a strengths-based, solution-focused, and individualized approach, I collaborate with my clients as they pursue personal goals.

Lonnie Mullet, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1905 JN Pease Pl, Suite 101, Charlotte, North Carolina

Speaking to a therapist about difficulties with your marriage, children, or personal challenges takes courage. My approach respects the role your faith and values play in making choices while my use of sound clinical interventions works within this understanding.

Kevin Gyoerkoe, Psy.D.

Psychologist

8832 Blakeney Professional Drive Suite 105, Charlotte, North Carolina

I provide cognitive-behavioral therapy for children, adolescents and adults with anxiety or OCD. Specific anxiety disorders I treat include OCD, panic, anxiety attacks, social anxiety, phobias, health anxiety, trichotillomania, skin-picking and body dysmorphic disorder

Amanda Shanks, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

6845 Fairview Road, Charlotte, North Carolina

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.

Natalie Huston, MA, NCC, LPC

Licenced Professional Counselor

1126 Sam Newell Rd, Suite A, Matthews, North Carolina

If you long for healing, restoration, and growth, I offer a nurturing space to do so. I will guide you in the journey of becoming whole, with focus on your whole self (body, mind, and spirit) and how you relate to yourself and others.

Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

2124 Crown Centre Dr. Suite 400, Charlotte, NC 28, Charlotte, North Carolina

My passion is to come alongside those struggling with addiction, mood disorders, grief, trauma, anxiety and in relationships. I offer a caring and compassionate approach which considers the whole person from biological, psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives.

Heather Hall, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

4724 Park Rd, Suite A, Charlotte, North Carolina

Are you looking for a fresh perspective or new tools to help yourself or your children deal with life's difficulties? I collaborate with families to find solutions, uncover capabilities, and strengthen relationships and connections.

Endora Crawford, Ph.D.

Life Coach

2150 Park Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina

I help individuals conquer negative feelings from past experiences such as: an accident, loss, separation, divorce, deployment, relocation, and violence; so they feel empowered and able to find new meaning in life.

Agape Christian Counseling, Charlotte, NC

Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists

2124 Crown Centre Dr. Suite 400 , Charlotte, North Carolina

Agape Christian Counseling provides counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. We have a group of counselors that specialize in treating a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, addictions, ADHD, marriage and life transitions.


Related Sites:
City of Charlotte
North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors

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. (2017). 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. (2017). Services. Retrieved from http://www.goodwillsp.org/services
4. University of North Carolina Charlotte. (2017). Clinical Mental Health Program. Retrieved from http://counseling.uncc.edu/clinical-mental-health-program

Charlotte is located in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. It has a land area of 305.37 square miles and a water area of 2.01 square miles.  The population of Charlotte is 827,097 people with 305,488 households and a median annual income of $53,637. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Charlotte, NC

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Charlotte is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Charlotte therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility