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James Colvin, M.Div., LMFT

Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist

16 Arlington St., Asheville, North Carolina 28801

About half of my clients are couples seeking help in their relationship. I help each partner to take responsibility for their contribution to the issues and difficulties that bring a couple to therapy. "Communication" is the most commonly mentioned issue. The couple learns how to argue fairly, how to express their needs and desires effectively, and how to listen to each other. Sometimes they accomplish these things very quickly, while in other cases it takes a considerable amount of time.

Sheila Mckeon, MA, LPC, LCAS

Licensed Professional Therapist

7 beaverdam rd suite 205, Asheville, North Carolina 28804

I am trained as a family therapist. I use a combination of structural, communication, and solution focused family therapy. In a session I teach clients how to become aware when they are reacting and how to practice emotional regulation techniques to stay calm. I also explain how their emotional brain is different than their cognitive brain and how to work with their brain to function at their best and how to enhance their relationship with each other to feel more connected and have fun together.

Stephen Ellis, Ph.D

Licensed Christian Counselor

109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673

Understanding the family dynamic is crucial to working together for the benefit of the entire family. In working with children we make a special effort to inform and include the parents in the counseling process. Working together with the entire family increases the level of communication and understanding of each family member. We will work with the individual family members as well as a "group counseling" setting with the whole family.

Lindsey Chandler, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

10434 Jackson Oaks Way, Knoxville, Tennessee 37922

Family members, generally speaking, are the ones that we love the most. The ones we love most also have the greatest power to disappoint, hurt, or scar us. People seek family therapy for many different reasons, but usually because they either sense or know something is wrong in the family dynamics. Therapy allows for someone outside of the family circle to provide guidance towards regaining harmony. This can be done through teaching and practicing communication skills, assertiveness skills, identifying needs, and examining the underlying thoughts of family members.

Lara Edington, MA, CPC

MA in Prof. Counseling & Certified Prof. Coach

9111 Cross Park Dr. Suite D200, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

I work with families on how to relate to one another in a more appropriate manner without all of the miscommunications that come along with today's technologically advanced world. No one feels that they are being singled out and everyone gets their chance to express themselves. Sessions are not your ordinary talk therapy and instead, with my style of coaching, they are fun and energetic.

Kelsey Bearden, MS, CPC

Masters in Mental Health Counseling, Certified Professional Coach

9111 Cross Park Dr. Suite D200, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

I work with families (nuclear and blended) to relate, communicate, and love each other better. Often times, even parents do not know how to show their love effectively to their children. Children often misinterpret their parents' discipline, which can cause resentment and behavioral problems. By working as a team to understand each member of the family better, we can figure out how to help the family grow healthier and happier for the future.

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