Jennifer Staat, Ph.D
4014 Oleander Office Park. Bldg D, Suite 103, Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Many patients enter psychotherapy secretly worrying they will be seen as "crazy." Dr. Staat will create a safe environment where you can explore your fears and learn to trust yourself. She will teach you to listen to your thoughts, feelings, dreams, intuitions, and the wisdom of your body. The goal of treatment is to get to the core of your problem by tuning into these different channels of information. This will enable you to make sense of your history and any troubling relationship patterns. With stronger self-esteem and faith in your innate wisdom, you will leave therapy certain that: you can trust yourself and your own thinking.
Eve Cribbs, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
1407 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
I see my job as something that our Aunts used to do in families before we got so mobile in our culture. Those aunts close by who married into the family and had some objectivity and lots of tenderness. Maybe you didn't have one of those aunts, but if you're in the market for one now, you'll have to hire a counselor. I practice psychotherapy and think it is a valuable tool for anyone interested in better understanding themselves. I don't have the answers, but I'm educated and trained to help you clarify what you need to know for yourself. It is fun at times, interesting and difficult. It is painful and relieving as well as frustrating. My style is collaborative, warm and direct.