Counseling in Raleigh, NC. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Raleigh, North Carolina will help you make the changes you want.


Peter B Van Dyck MD and Associates, A Time to Heal, MD, ABPN, FAPA

Peter B Van Dyck MD and Associates, A Time to Heal, MD, ABPN, FAPA

Board Certified, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

4601 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 1B, Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 | 919-781-1800

Ecclesiastes 3 tells us there is a time for everything, there is a season for every activity under the heavens. There is a time to weep and a time to dance, and for us, there is a time to heal. We are ready to help you heal as you continue on your journey in life.

Holly Cox, Ph.D., LMFT, CHT

Holly Cox, Ph.D., LMFT, CHT

Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapist

8374 Six Forks Road, Suite 201, Raleigh, North Carolina 27615 | 919-714-7455

I provide a safe space for growth and healing. Therapy can serve not only as a vehicle for exploring past hurts, but also as a means to develop new understandings and goals. I specialize in therapy that is gentle, direct and solution-oriented.

Katherine Cato, M.A., LPC, CEAP

Katherine Cato, M.A., LPC, CEAP

Licensed Professional Counselor

5500 McNeely Suite 101, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612 | (919)710-7145

My practice style is relaxed, personal, and direct. I work hard with each client to establish progress quickly. I believe one of the truest tests of whether you have found the right therapist is how quickly you begin to feel a benefit from your counseling.

Whitney Johnson, MAMFT, LPC, NCC

Whitney Johnson, MAMFT, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1101 Haynes Street, Suite 206, Raleigh, North Carolina 27604 | 919-607-0256

Hi! I provide individual, couples & family therapy for adolescents & adults. My philosophy of counseling holds that people find healing & restoration as they walk through their life experiences, transitions, pain & struggles in the context of a therapeutic relationship.

Eve Cribbs, LCSW

Eve Cribbs, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1407 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 | (919) 518-6500

My practice style is direct, warm and challenging. Twenty-two years of practice has taught me the importance of working as a team with you to bring about the lasting changes you deserve. It is hard to ask for help and I respect the courage it takes to reach out.

Christopher Ricci, Ph.D.

Christopher Ricci, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

8009 Creedmoor Road, Suite 104, Raleigh, North Carolina 27613 | 919.802.4087

I use a strength-based psychological model and focus on the positive aspects of children, adolescents and their families and commit to each client’s unique situation with sensitivity. My goal: achieve happiness through changing thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

Mike Garrett, Ph.D, LPC

Mike Garrett, Ph.D, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

809-1000 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 | 919-260-5830

Trusted Christian Counseling in North Raleigh with over 25 years experience in helping couples and families succeed. Many pastors in the area refer to us because of our values, experience, and high success rate especially with distressed couples and individuals.

Beth Holloway, MA, LPC

Beth Holloway, MA, LPC

Beth Mumford Holloway

5909 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 208, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 | 919-649-5882

Beth M Holloway, MA, LPC uses evidence based counseling approaches that come from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems, Solution-Focused Therapy, Play-Therapy, Existential Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Katherine Good, LPC

Katherine Good, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

230 W. Millbrook Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 | 540-998-9704

My desire is to help my clients reach their goals using a nonjudgmental stance and humor. My belief in life and in therapy is that we should strive to settle for more. I have 17 years of experience and I love what I do.

Rachel Ford, Rachel Ford, Ed.S., LPA

Rachel Ford, Rachel Ford, Ed.S., LPA

Licensed Psychological Associate

7404 B Chapel Hill Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 | 9196164026

I enjoy helping individuals of all ages and from diverse backgrounds to find solutions to their concerns and to achieve greater happiness and fulfillment in their lives. I earned my Ed.S. degree in Counseling Psychology from James Madison University. Prior to that

Meredith Stokke, MC, NCC, LPC

Meredith Stokke, MC, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8360 Six Forks Road Suite 101, Raleigh, North Carolina 27615 | 919-623-9098

Hi there! I offer individual counseling for adults and adolescents in a safe, compassionate environment. I believe counseling can provide us with tools, encouragement and support needed to walk through struggles, pain or change, towards healthier patterns and wholeness.

Susan Miller, PhD, LPCS, NCC

Susan Miller, PhD, LPCS, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Miller Counseling Services, PC 156 Mine Lake Ct. Suite 200, Raleigh, North Carolina 27615 | 919-848-2100 Office

I offer compassionate clinical counseling for individuals & couples seeking healing & restoration at Miller Counseling Services, PC. I also offer life coaching, entrepreneur coaching, creativity coaching, creativity workshops & retreats at www.lightedpathcoaching.org.

Third Wave Psychotherapy, PLLC

Third Wave Psychotherapy, PLLC

Psychotherapist

7000 Harps Mill Rd, Suite 102, Raleigh, North Carolina 27615 | (919) 886-4052

Third Wave Psychotherapy, PLLC is a psychotherapy and mental wellness specialty clinic located in Raleigh, NC. Our staff includes licensed mental health professionals and life & wellness coaches offering a holistic continuum of mental wellness services.



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

Counseling Raleigh North Carolina

Garner, Cary, Knightdale, Zebulon, Clayton, Apex

Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina and has been named the "City of Oaks" because of the many oak trees that populate the city. The population in the city is around 423,000, with over one million in the metropolitan area, and is the second largest city in North Carolina.1 The city was created in December 1770. In 1788, it was named as North Carolina's capital. The city was named for Sir Walter Raleigh in 1792. The city's location was determined because there were no towns or cities already established. Raleigh is the only state capital that was planned and built specifically to serve as the state's capital city. Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill make up the three cities of the research triangle of the metropolitan area. The Research Triangle was created in 1959, which includes the U.S. Census Bureau's Combined Statistical Area (CSA). Forbes magazine has named Raleigh number one of 200 best places for business and careers.

Mental Health in Raleigh

About 7.4 percent of Raleigh residents report having a substance abuse disorder. While this is well below the national average, it still means that thousands of citizens struggle with addiction and dependency. Mental illness is also less common in Raleigh, with just over 6 percent of the population reporting a major depressive episode in the past year. However, with nearly one-fourth of the population engaging in smoking and binge drinking, there are still substance-related problems that present difficulties for many individuals in Raleigh.2

The Poe Center for Health Education is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to educate North Carolina's children about making positive choices that improve their overall health. One of the Poe Center's primary issues is bullying prevention. The center's age-based programs inform children about bullying, provide guided steps for reporting bullying, and lend support to those who have experienced or witnessed bullying. Programs include a self-reflection component, in which children are encouraged to discover their innate ability to respect others and support one another. Further information about the Poe Center's programs is available by calling 919-231-4006.3

Current Initiatives

In order to address the mental health and substance abuse crisis that is currently afflicting the state, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has begun the Crisis Solutions Initiative. The central focus of the program is to bring stakeholders together in order to improve the delivery of mental health services statewide. A key component of improving services is to expand upon local practices that have a demonstrated positive effect. Programs such as youth mental health, walk-in crisis centers, and crisis intervention teams will be part of the initiative. To learn more about the Crisis Solutions Initiative, please call 919-855-4840.4


References

1. United States Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Raleigh, North Carolina. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/37/3755000.html
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Raleigh-Durham-Cary CSA. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Raleigh.pdf
3. Poe Center for Health Education. (2016). Bullying Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.poehealth.org/educational-topics/bullying-prevention/
4. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. (2016). DHHS Announces Statewide Initiative to Improve Mental Health and Substance Abuse Crisis Services in North Carolina. Retrieved from http://www.ncdhhs.gov/pressrel/2013/2013-11-07_mhsas_initiative.htm

Raleigh is a city that is located in multiple counties- Durham County and Wake County in North Carolina. It has a land area of 145.07 square miles and a water area of 1.11 square miles.  The population of Raleigh is 451,066 people with 170,366 households and a median annual income of $55,398. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Raleigh, NC

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Raleigh 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 Raleigh therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Raleigh public health department.