Gary Brown, PhD, LMFT, FAPA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
I routinely work with families in my practice. There are any number of reasons that families seek counseling. Quite frequently, the reasons revolve around children and parenting. Sometimes there are issues between child or adult siblings. Unresolved conflicts from childhood. Arguments ensue over the family business. Caring for a special needs child, or an aging parent. At other times, family members have experienced a loss in the family or there are struggles with blending families in second marriages. These struggles also bring with them opportunities to create openings that may not have existed before. Counseling can be very useful in healing old wounds and settling disputes.
Natalie Huston, MA, NCC, LPC
Licenced Professional Counselor
1126 Sam Newell Rd, Suite A, Matthews, North Carolina 28105
Why can't we just all get along? Well, sometimes we do our best based on what we know and there are things in the way that cause conflict, create negative relational patterns, or even events that change the dynamics of how we relate. It can be a simple communication solution, learning coping skills, or there may be emotional or relational patterns that need shifted. I can provide very practical tools for all of that as well as an emotion-focused and attachment-based approach for developing secure and strong family bonds.
Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Matthews NC 28105
I specialize in counseling male, school age teenagers and their families in dealing with anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, parenting, and relationship issues in Charlotte North Carolina. I am passionate about helping teens and youth find healing psychologically, spiritually and in their relationships with their parents and peers. I offer an empathetic approach that supports both parents and their teens in whatever trial that they face. My aim is to help teens realize their potential by utilizing their strengths, resiliencies and interest. My approach is non-threatening and accepting but also supportive of parents and their role in raising their teen.