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Therapists in South Carolina

Dr. Avie Rainwater

Florence, South Carolina

Dr. Avie Rainwater

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Oklahoma State University. Board Certified Clinical Psychologist, ABPP, and Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology.
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Dr. Rainwater has been serving men in the Pee Dee region of S.C. for more than 35 years, in individual work as well as marital/couple’s therapy.

Florence, South Carolina
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Mary Ellen Kundrat

REMOTE ACROSS SOUTH CAROLINA

Mary Ellen Kundrat

MSW, Adelphi University
Years in practice: 15
Offers:  Remote Therapy

You are the expert of your own life, yet somehow you have lost the thread. My work with you will help you find your way back again. Our work together will likely include a variety of approaches that will be determined by your needs at the time. There may be strategies we will learn, concepts to explore and, sometimes, even homework. This is your time to heal, restore and rebuild yourself. I will be your guide. I am currently licensed in New York, South Carolina and Florida and I am completely online.

I offer free consultations so you can decide for yourself if you think we might be a good fit to work together.

REMOTE ACROSS SOUTH CAROLINA
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Southlake Counseling

Charlotte, North 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.

Charlotte, North Carolina
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