Online therapy in Charlotte at its best! Psychotherapy is an online counseling practice, specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety, marriage counseling and more.
Psychotherapy in Charlotte offers proven techniques to help you gain control over your life again. We work together to understand the root cause of you anger or sadness so that it doesn’t undermine everything else you are trying to do.
Is life getting on top of you? Do you need help to see things differently? Are your difficulties affecting other areas of your life (such as your relationships, family or work)?
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
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Mental health conditions are the most common chronic disease in America, and Charlotte is not an exception.
In 2014, it was estimated that about 16 million Americans had a form of mental illness; by 2020, this number is expected to grow to 18 million. According to Mental Health America, nearly half of adults will experience a period of mental illness in their lifetime.
To date, Charlotte has not been able to address the severity and prevalence of these illnesses; we rank 47th out of 100 cities for mental health. This ranking is based on factors such as mental health providers per capita and access to care.
Charlotte’s lack of resources affects those who live with mental illness as well as those who love them; 50% of those who live with mental illness will attempt suicide sometime during their lives.
The lack of facilities, professionals, and organizations that cater to the complex nature of mental health issues results in delayed treatment and a lower quality of life for those affected.
In an effort to address this problem, Charlotte has been making strides towards expanding access to care by recruiting more providers, increasing funding to mental health services, and opening a new psychiatric hospital.
She is a Licensed Clinical Social worker and has her degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. She has over 10 years of experience working with people, and she is the co-founder of Healthy Minds Innovations which provides outpatient therapy and workshops. She studied social work in order to help people with mental health issues. She is the director of the Charlotte Psychology Collective which provides therapy at an affordable rate to people that otherwise couldn’t afford it because she believes that “therapy shouldn’t be exclusive.”
Susan has her Master’s degree in social work and her Doctorate in psychology. She trained at Smith College, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Duke University. Her credentials include Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) by the American Association of Christian Counselors, National Certified Counselor (NCC), and Nationally Certified Mental Health Counselor (NCMHC). She was previously a professor of social work at Winthrop University and served as a field instructor for graduate students.
She is the executive director of TherapyWorks, Inc. and has been counseling families, children, adults, couples, and groups since 1997. She specializes in family therapy including seeing children individually or as part of a family unit with an emphasis on attachment theory and working with those from military backgrounds. Dr. Meeks-O’Brien earned her doctorate degree from The University of South Carolina at Columbia. She is currently working on licensure to conduct ABA therapy which stands for Applied Behavioral Analysis with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
He helped bring awareness to the public about what trauma does to people after he experienced PTSD as a result of serving in the Vietnam War. He has been working with veterans for over 30 years and worked at both Wounded Warrior Project and Mission 22 which provides fundraising for veteran’s support organizations.
She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor who specializes in women, relationships, anxiety, depression, grief & loss, life transitions, stress management; individuals; children (ages 5&up); youth (ages 12-17); couples; marriages; family therapy. Dr. Honeycutt earned her doctorate degree from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University and completed clinical training at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego Division/the University of California – Diego.
Most common therapy approach in Charlotte is where the therapist challenges your negative thoughts about you and the world. He tries to alter unwanted behaviors or treat disorders such as depression.
Second most common therapy approach in Charlotte is which the therapists teach behavioral skills (mindfulness & emotion regulation) to help clients enhance motivation. DBT is often used for mental health issues including eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorder, self-harming notions.
3rd most common therapy treatment in Charlotte focuses on self-actualization in the face of people’s challenges. Existential therapy aids clients in confronting hard and distressing truths about life and death.
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Psychologists or therapists in Charlotte help people understand and handle different life problems and mental health issues.
They diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.
You should expect to pay between $100 and $250 for a face-to-face therapy session with a Charlotte area therapist. Online therapy in Charlotte is relatively affordable and therapists charge between $30 to $ 150. You can book both online and face-to-face sessions with a therapist in Charlotte via MantraCare.
In case you are looking for free therapists or free therapy, you can choose to call the Charlotte free helpline number. There are a few online therapy options that can be free or low-cost. At MantraCare, therapy can cost you as low as $10.
Anyone interested in working as a therapist or counselor in the Charlotte area must earn at least an accredited master’s degree in counseling or social work. Charlotte also has some continuing education requirements, and every counselor or therapist is required to know all the rules and laws that pertain to their profession.
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