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Andrew Patterson

Charlotte, North Carolina

Andrew Patterson

MSSW, University of Tennessee Knoxville (Qualifying)
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Feeling stuck? If you’ve been spinning your wheels in the same place for a while now, send me an email or a call before you sink any deeper. Taking the step to reach out is difficult, but you already took the first step by searching for therapists, and are probably beyond ready for a change. Don’t hesitate now.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Southlake Counseling

United States, South Carolina

Southlake Counseling

Number of Therapists: 38
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Our therapeutic approach is rooted in the expertise of our dedicated team of certified health professionals, who are committed to helping individuals overcome obstacles and live life to its fullest. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive practice, offering support and treatment for a diverse range of mental health concerns, ensuring that everyone feels welcome and empowered on their journey towards well-being.

United States, South Carolina
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Michael Clark-Borenstein

Charlotte, North Carolina

Michael Clark-Borenstein

MA in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling, The Chicago School Of Professional Psychology, DC
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

We go beyond the “typical” therapy experience by offering unique approaches and tools during sessions – or what we like to call Therapy with a Twist! We specialize in anxiety, depression, ADHD, ODD, life stressors and adjustments, and behavioral modifications. Our counseling style breaks the mold of a typical therapy session. We strive to create a casual and comfortable environment, talking with our clients as if we were talking with a friend. At Bright View Counseling you will get support from Charlotte, our office dog, go outside to play or go for walks, and use interactive tools and activities. Everyone faces difficulties in life and it can be tough to go through them alone. We are here to provide support to help you get to a brighter view.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Nathan Roy

Charlotte, North Carolina

Nathan Roy

MA in Clinical Mental Health,
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

A lot of men feel disconnected from their emotions and deep down feel like there is something broken with them. I’m a therapist who specializes in helping men understand what’s really going on inside so they can communicate clearly, build meaningful relationships, and live a life aligned with what truly matters to them.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Toni Mason

Charlotte, North Carolina

Toni Mason

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

People who find my style of counseling most useful tend to appreciate a gentle but direct approach. I enjoy working with adults (18+) as well as individuals and couples of all backgrounds who are working through life transitions, depression, anxiety, cultural diversity issues and grief. My specialties include older adults (60+), veterans, DV survivors, couples and folx in LGBTQIA+ community (including polyamory/ethical non-monogamy). I operate primarily from a CBT perspective. I also integrate DBT skills and Gottman techniques as well.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Cori Raddigan

Charlotte, North Carolina

Cori Raddigan

MSW, Edinboro University
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My philosophy is I believe you are the keeper of the answers you are looking for. I use strategies to help you discover the source of the discomfort so that you can apply the right skill. My clinical focus is on anxiety, trauma, and addiction.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Laura Saune

Charlotte, North Carolina

Laura Saune

MA, Liberty University (qualifying)
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’m a holistic, multicultural therapist who specializes in trauma, eating disorders, self-esteem, anxiety and depression. I’m a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and am trained in EMDR. I focus on the whole person including mind and body. I help my clients learn coping skills, explore motivations behind actions, and heal trauma.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Johnia Murray

Charlotte, North Carolina

Johnia Murray

Masters, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am CBT and DBT informed therapist who focuses on anxiety, depression, stress, self-care, and various life adjustments. I am empathetic yet firm, making space for clients while holding them accountable. I approach therapy in such a way that is unique to the needs of the client with their presenting concerns and personhood in mind.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Laura Frohboese

Charlotte, North Carolina

Laura Frohboese

MSW, Boston College School of Social Work
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Insight + action = change
Let’s talk and make an actual plan to create the life you want.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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