Updated by Laura Simon

Many children and teens suffer from anxiety, hyperactivity, depression, and other issues. It is often difficult to get good referrals and information because parents are not always comfortable discussing the problem with others. To assist our readers, we always try to post businesses and services that we, or our readers, personally recommend so that you will know the service is mom-approved. We put out a call for recommendations of local counselors and compiled the list below. They are listed alphabetically by last name, and you can receive more information by clicking their website or contacting them directly.

If you have anyone to add or edit, please feel free to email Katie@TriadMomsOnMain.com. We hope this list will be helpful to many of you. This list will always be available on our Directories Page.

Tunde Adenola

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Tunde specializes with relationships, overcoming traumas, and supporting individuals with difficulties related to depressive disorders and emotional balance. He uses his training and personal life experiences to help each of his clients grow and receive the most benefits available through their time in counseling. Tunde supports clients of all identities, including age, gender, culture, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, spirituality and socioeconomic status.

He uses alternating therapeutic approaches and the Gottman approach when he works with couples and families. This allows him to be more flexible in his approach and use the most effective methods available to address the client’s individual needs.

Regina Alexander, LCSW

Website: www.reginaalexanderlcsw.com
Address: 1107 W Market St, Greensboro, NC 27403
Contact: 336-791-4806; reginaalexanderlcsw@gmail.com
Info: Regina specializes in working with clients who have family problems, either past or present. She also has experience treating depression, anxiety, obsessions/compulsions, difficult adjustments, trauma, and other psychological/behavioral concerns with children, teens, and adults.  She also works with kids and adults who have concerns surrounding gender diversity.

Enjonae Anderson, MA, LPC

Website: Mended Hearts Counseling
Address: 620 East Lexington Avenue, High Point
Contact: info@mhcrs.com or 336-609-7383
Info: Enjonae Anderson MA, LPC provides comprehensive counseling and therapy services to women who are experiencing emotional difficulties related to the period of pregnancy and postpartum. She also provides counseling to individuals, couples, families and groups dealing with issues related to mental health, addiction, relationships, and overall wellness.

E. Brooke Barnard, M.S., LPC

Website: Family Matters Counseling of Winston-Salem, Inc.
Address:
3570 Vest Mill Rd., Suite G, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Contact:
Brooke@familymatterscounselingws.com or (336) 745-1373
Info:
I work with clients from age 8-adulthood for individual therapy.  I also see couples and families.  Areas of specialty: life transitions (divorce, moving, illness, new school, death) and resulting grief, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, people on Autism Spectrum, intellectually gifted population.  Treatment modalities include person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, DBT, play therapy, emotion-focused therapy.

Ben Bentley, LPC, LCAS

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Ben has over 25 years of experience as a therapist for teens, families, young adults and adults. He utilizes a variety of approaches including motivational interviewing, family systems, solution focused, and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). He is skilled at working with individuals and families to develop and implement strategies to address difficult situations.

Kristen Bock, MA, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Kristen works with adults to help them cope with and overcome various life struggles. She has experience in treating depression and mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, grief, and LGBTQ concerns, among other conditions. Kristen’s approach is rooted in the belief that individuals have the power to change within themselves, if given the needed support. Her foundation is in Gestalt Therapy with the integration of Motivational Interviewing, Expressive Arts Therapy, and elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Brittany Bodwell, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Brittany is experienced in several evidence-based therapies for mood, anxiety, and trauma including cognitive,  mindfulness, and dialectical behavior therapies (CBT and DBT). She has experience helping people manage stress, relationships, and life crises. Among the conditions she treats are depression, bipolar, anxiety, trauma, borderline personality disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and psychosis. She has training in specialized approaches for trauma including EMDR and expressive-arts therapy. She provides individual, family, marital, and group therapy.

Jennifer N. Bressler, MS, LPC

Address: 301 South Elm Street, Suite 501, Greensboro, 27401
Contact: 336.355.8308; jbressler@counselingtriad.com
Info: I am a licensed professional counselor with 20+ years experience in working within mental health. I see individuals, families, and couples who are struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, bereavement/loss, and life transitional issues. Two particular areas of interest for me are providing treatment/skills for older children, adolescents, and adults struggling with ADHD; and the other area of interest is providing dialectical behavior therapy for individuals struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder as well as “coaching” and support for their loved ones.

Mary Katherine Burbach, LMFTA

Website: www.clemmonsfamilycounseling.com
Address: 100 B Stadium Oaks Drive, Clemmons, NC 27012
Contact Phone: (336) 377-4242    Contact Email: mk@clemmonsfamilycounseling.com
Info: Mary Katherine has experience working with children ages 4-12, families, and adult individuals. Her goal is to create space for people to be seen, become more whole, more connected, and more fully themselves.  She provides services for help with family relationships and deepening family connection, stress, child behavior/school performance issues, trauma, anxiety, depression, parenting concerns and parent/child relationships, self-esteem, emotional and relational wounding, and relationship concerns.

Matt Busch, MA, LPA

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Matt is a licensed psychological associate with over fifteen years of experience. He received his bachelor’s degree from Guilford College before earning a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Appalachian State University in 1998. The early part of his career was spent working in community mental health, where he specialized in treating children.

Stephanie Butcher, MSW, LCSW

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Stephanie has a passion for helping others reach their goals. Central to her work is providing a safe and empathetic environment that promotes acceptance and change. She primarily works with anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. She also has extensive training in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), which helps people with mood swings, unstable relationships, or borderline personality disorder. Other therapies she provides include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness therapy, group and family therapy.

Elin Call, Ph.D.

Address: 1340 Ashley Sq., Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Contact: 336-765-1182, etc615@bellsouth.net
Info: Specializes in cognitive-behavior therapy for children, adolescents and college age adults with anxiety disorders, including obsessive compulsive and related disorders.  As of October 2017, won’t be accepting new patients until December 2017.

Kelly Caniglia, MS, LPC-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1901 Adams Farm Parkway Greensboro, NC 27407
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Kelly works with ages 10 and up and offers both individual and family therapy. She helps people with anxiety, mood disorders, ADHD, OCD, addictions, schizophrenia, trauma, stress and psychosis. She works from a positive perspective, helping clients to find their strengths and sources of empowerment in their lives. She is passionate about her work as a therapist, and enjoys the process of helping each individual find the path that is right for them. Among the therapies she is experienced in include mindfulness based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and EMDR (a specialized method for trauma-related conditions). She has additional expertise in therapy for dissociation (including dissociative identity disorder).

Katherine Carrier, MA, NCC, LPC

Website: www.facebook.com/Katherine-Carrier-LPC-PLLC
Address: 200 W. Parkway Ave, High Point, NC
Contact: (336) 848-4192
Info: Works with adults and adolescents (ages 13 and up), predominantly with mood disorders (anxiety spectrum disorders, depression, and bipolar disorder). Also works with grief and loss and trauma.

Kirtan Coan, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info:  Kirtan works with adolescents and adults, couples and groups to encourage present-moment awareness, personal well-being and the deep listening necessary to develop nourishing relationships. When it is helpful, Kirtan uses therapies that have unique benefits for certain conditions, including cognitive and mindfulness therapy, social rhythm therapy, CBASP, EMDR therapy, Brainspotting and somatic experience therapy.

Hannah Cox, M.Ed., LPCA

Website: Triad Child and Family Counseling
Address:
2601 Oakcrest Ave. Suite F, Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact:
336.701.0267; hannah@triadchildandfamily.com
Info:
Hannah specializes in counseling children (ages 3 & up), adolescents, and their families. Hannah brings with her seven years of experience working with children and adolescents in a school-based and private practice setting. She understands the unique social and emotional pressures that today’s children face on a day to day basis. Some topics Hannah counsels children and parents on include: anxiety, extreme sadness, behavioral problems, anger management, social skills training, ADHD, friendship skills training, sleep issues, grief, conflict resolution, and parent/ child relationship building.  Hannah uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solutions-Focused, play techniques, and expressive arts modalities during sessions.

David Cunha

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: David believes that everyone is capable of healing and uses his background in spirituality to enhance the therapeutic alliance with those who struggle with varying addictions and the families who care for them. David’s specialized training in substance abuse, addiction issues, and sexual compulsion developed him into a well-rounded therapist with an even wider range in clientele. David prides himself on the assessment process and accurately identifying the addiction or compulsion whether it be substance abuse related, sexual or other form of addictive behaviors such as, emotional eating, technological, attachment addictions, etc. After the assessment process, David’s experiences and training provide him with the ability to help clients set goals and work through these problems with great success. Do you find you and your partner disagreeing to the point of emotional gridlock? David is comfortable, committed, and experienced, in working with couples to help find solutions. If you struggle personally with anxiety that makes functioning in daily life much more difficult, David can help you individually to find successful ways that you can work through these anxieties and maybe never realized before. David offers adults and children trauma focus therapy of progressive counting through recent training completion through Child Trauma Institute. David’s experiences are not just limited to the traditional counseling setting. His career began as a pastor of congregations (15 years exp) as he offered guidance towards healing for those who struggle with crises of faith and disappointments by and through religious experiences of all kinds. David continues to understand himself uniquely in this manner. His experience past and present assists persons either, who have a strong conviction of faith or who operate anywhere on the range or spectrum of faith, belief, or spirituality. Especially in our ever-changing world of values and opinions, David is excited and well prepared to assist you whomever you are, however you understand yourself and/or your beliefs, whether you are a person of great faith, medium faith, small faith, no faith, or no interest in faith. Come bring yourself, freely as you are!

Cheri Dawson, LPC, CRC

Website: http://www.greensborocounselingpartners.com/
Address: Greensboro Counseling Partners, PLLC, 445 Dolley Madison Rd, Ste B, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: 336-291-8539; info@greensborocounselingpartners.com
Info:  Over the past 17 years, Cheri has worked in human services, in settings including public mental health, community and recreation settings, hospitals, and private counseling practice.  Over the past eight years, Cheri’s work has been focused on individual and group counseling.  Cheri currently provides counseling services for individuals, ages 18-64.  She enjoys providing counseling for individuals dealing with anxiety, life transitions/adjustment issues, and depression or mood concerns.  Cheri strives to provide a comfortable counseling environment filled with compassion and encouragement, and utilizes a variety of counseling methods to meet clients’ needs.  Cheri has training and knowledge in a variety of counseling methods, including the use of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and progressive counting.

Paul Decker, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Paul has worked as a therapist for over 10 years since graduating from Wake Forest University’s graduate program in professional counseling. As a therapist, he helps people make practical changes in their lives to improve depression, anxiety, relationships and stress. He draws from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing. Paul also has extensive experience with dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), a structured therapy for intense mood swings, impulsivity, and unstable relationships.

Anne Erickson, MS, LPC-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1901 Adams Farm Parkway Greensboro, NC 27407
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Anne provides therapy for adolescents, adults, families and couples. She has over 10 years experience working with depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar, self-injury, and addictions. She also has a background in academic and career counseling.

Patricia Evans, MSW, LCSW

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple: Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Patti works with children, young adults and families and uses therapies with specific benefits in mood and anxiety including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), trauma-focused CBT, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), social skills training, interpersonal therapy, play therapy and motivational interviewing. Diagnoses she works with include depression, bipolar, anxiety, ADHD, childhood disorders, autism and trauma. When working with children, Patricia involves parents in the therapy with the understanding that parents play a very important role in their child’s daily life and a belief that they are essential to the therapeutic process. She is also experienced in educational advocacy for families. Patricia has specialized experience in the diagnosis and therapy of autism spectrum disorders (including Asperger’s).

Shannon S. Falcone, MA, CCC-SLP

Website: Https://www.kernersvillespeech.com
Contact: 336-749-7554; shanslp72@gmail.com
Info:  Speech Therapist. Shannon specializes in working with children ages 3-12 who have articulation disorders, language disorders, and auditory processing disorders.  She has over 13 years experience and graduated from Salem College and received her Masters degree from UNC-Greensboro.  Shannon provides speech-language therapy services to daycares and preschools throughout the Kernersville, NC area.

Rhonda Ferrell, LPC

Website: Healthy Solutions Counseling
Address: 625 Shadow Lane, Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: (336) 939-8043; Healthy Solutions Contact
Info: Rhonda’s progressive approach includes an integration of traditional and holistic care tailored to meet your unique needs and consciousness. Many clients experience significant healing and improvement after the first session. Whether you’re facing anxiety and depression problems, PTSD, marriage issues, depression, trauma or stress, your needs will be met in this brief but sustainable therapy approach.

Melissa Garrison, MS, LPC, NCC

Website: Tree of Life Counseling
Address: 1821 Lendew Street, Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: (336) 517-7866, mgarrison@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Melissa Garrison is a maternal mental health counselor, specializing in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and treating a wide array of issues that face women, including fertility, miscarriage, postpartum depression and anxiety.

Jillie Gaukstern, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Jillie works with clients to improve their relationships, health, and overall quality of life. She has experience in specific therapies for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), anxiety, depression and bipolar. She helps clients draw from their own strengths while building new skills through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Julie Gleim, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Julie works with adolescents and adults. She has extensive experience helping people steer through difficult moods, whether from bipolar, depression, borderline personality disorder, or stress and trauma. She has extensive training in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness therapy, and specialized versions of CBT for trauma. Julie helps clients draw from their strengths to build a more positive life.

Bethany Godwin, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Bethany works with anxiety, depression, bipolar, stress, grief, and relationships. She is experienced with practical, skill-building therapies including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). She takes a holistic approach to therapy, looking at emotional, mental, and physical aspects of wellness to increase stability and reduce stress.

Andrew Goff, PhD

Website: www.goffpsychology.com
Address: Family Psychology Associates, P.C., 3300 Battleground Ave., Suite 420, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: (336) 282-0072; AndrewGoff@goffpsychology.com
Info: Licensed Psychologist who does counseling for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adolescents.  Counseling for behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, anger problems, attachment and adjustment problems, autism spectrum disorder and social skills training.

Linda Goff, PhD

Website: www.goffpsychology.com
Address: Family Psychology Associates, P.C., 3300 Battleground Ave., Suite 420, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: (336) 282-0072; LindaGoff@goffpsychology.com
Info: Licensed Psychologist who does psychological evaluations for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adolescents.  Evaluations for ADHD, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, developmental problems, and intelligence testing.

Cheryl Goldberg, MS, LPC-S, LCAS

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Cheryl works with people of all ages – from children to adults – and provides therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma and addictions. She is experienced in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewingtrauma-focused CBT, family-systems and mindfulness-based therapy. She completed graduate training in counseling psychology from Vermont College.

Shana Gordon-Cole

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Shāna’s areas of expertise are gender and sexual orientation concerns, working with law enforcement/military, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and disability issues. Her colleagues, and other professionals in the medical community, have identified her as a Gender Specialist for children, adolescents, and adults. Shāna’s professional training, and years of clinical experience, qualifies her to provide evaluations and referrals for the transgender populations in order to begin cross-sex hormone treatment and/or gender reassignment surgery. Shāna also treats depression, anxiety, ADHD, adjustment to disability, and chronic pain issues. Shāna also has extensive experience working with those involved in the criminal justice system. She has worked in a variety of settings including law enforcement, the North Carolina Department of Corrections, outpatient/inpatient mental health locations, and emergency rooms. She received the 2013 ALGBTIC Service Award from the American Counseling Association for her work with the LGBTQQIA community.

Heath Greene, PhD

Website: Associates in Christian Counseling
Address: 8025 North Point Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: (336) 896-0065; info@christiancounseling.org
Info: Psychologist who counsels children and adults. His areas of expertise include assessment of children and adolescents and play therapy. Specializes in Anxiety, OCD, ADHD with children.

Tanya Gunter, LPC

Address: 823 West 5th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Contact: (336) 399-3897; tgunterlpc@gmail.com
Info: Areas of specialty: working with adult women regarding issues of life stages, depression, anxiety, relationships, parenting issues, and personal development.

George C. Hage, EdD, LPCS
Address: 2910 Briarcliffe Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: 336-749-4163, george.hage@eeservices.biz
Info: Specializes in working with teen boys (and adult men) regarding issues such as depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, relationships, and spirituality.

Kelly Harris, MA.Ed., LPC

Address: Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-971-4540; kellyharrislpc@gmail.com
Info: Kelly provides counseling for women’s issues, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, grief and codependency. She also works with other emotional, relational and spiritual issues, including marriage counseling.

Michie Harriss Dew, PhD

Website: Carolina Psychological Associates, P.A.
Address: 5509-B West Friendly Avenue, Suite 106, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: (336) 272-0855
Info: Clinical psychologist who sees adults, adolescents and children and provides services for marital issues, family problems, parenting issues, children’s behavioral problems, evaluations for ADD and ADHD, learning disabilities, developmental delays and acting out behaviors, depression, anxiety, panic disorders, etc.

Chantal Hayes, MA, LPC, NCC
 

Website: banyantreecounseling.comAddress: 1348 Westgate Center Dr., Suite 202, Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Contact: (336) 448-4451 or chantalhayeslpc@gmail.com

Info: Licensed psychotherapist in Winston Salem providing counseling for children, teens, and adults. A few common issues treated are: childhood anxiety by utilizing play therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques, behavioral management help for parents, post-partum anxiety/depression, and helping moms cope with stressful life transitions.

Michael N. Hayes, MA Ed., NCC, NCLPCS

Website: Pathways Counseling, LLC.
Address: 4142 Robinhood Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contract: shrinkrapt@msn.com or 336-924-3801
Info: Adolescent and family counseling , age 10 – college

Sarah Hepler, MS, NCC, LPC

Website: www.sarahepler.com

Address: 301 N. Main St, Floor 24, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Contact: 336.655.4148; sarahepler@moodtreatmentcenter.com
Info: I am a licensed professional counselor with 13 years of experience. I help teens and adults reduce anxiety, resolve trauma and optimize performance.

Cam Hines, MA, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Cam has worked with a wide variety of age groups and diagnoses in his career through individual, group and family therapy. He has experience with all levels of mood disorders, and has a deep respect for the struggles they bring. While this has helped him understand psychiatric problems, in therapy he draws from the unique strengths in each client and believes that clients are more healthy than not. He is skilled in cognitive-behavioral techniques, and works collaboratively with clients to help them achieve their personal goals.

Matthew G. Hough, D.O.

Website: Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Address: Medical Center Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27157
Contact: (336) 716-4551; mghough@wakehealth.edu
Info: Assistant Professor, Medical Director, Outpatient Services, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, ADHD, Mood Disorders, Developmental Disabilities, Anxiety

Claire P. Huprich, LCSW, ACSW

Website: Carolina Psychological Associates, P.A.
Address: 5509-B West Friendly Avenue, Suite 106,Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: (336) 272-0855
Info: Provides services for marital issues, family problems, depression, anxiety, parent/child conflict, ADD, ADHD, co-dependency, trauma recovery, and critical incident stress debriefing. Sees adults, adolescents, and children.

Randy Johnson, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Randy brings a broad range of clinical experience with people of all ages from children to adults, and from individuals to couples and families.  He has had the opportunity to work with conditions such as depression, PTSD, bipolar, ADHD, schizophrenia, oppositional defiant disorder.  He draws from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and family systems.  With cognitive therapy he helps people understand how their thoughts influence their emotions and behavior.

Kelly Joyce, MS, LPC-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Kelly provides therapy for individuals, couples and families, working with ages 5 and up. She uses an integrative approach to meet each client’s unique needs. Areas of therapy where she has a specialized focus include mindfulness, trauma, emotional awareness, play therapy, shame and self-worth, resiliency and positive psychology, relationships, grief, and nature therapy.

Darlene L. Kinchen with Core Character Consultants

Contact: (336) 997-3822
Email: dlkinchen@corecharacterconsultants.com
Info: YOU ARE NOT ALONE! There is ALWAYS HOPE for you and your family. Sometimes it only requires a little tweaking and realignment to get things back on track so that you can enjoy being you, enjoy your family, and experience all the joy you were meant to have. We offer family solutions using personalized tactical strategies of healing and team building within the family core by examining root causes and building up each family member through character building — Core Character Development (CCD). We look forward to partnering with you as you become the best you!

Kathy Kirstner

Website: www.kathykcounseling.com
Address: 3707-D West Market St., Greensboro, NC 27403
Contact: 336-420-9340

Email: Kathy@kathykcounseling.com

Info: Over 10 years experience, and particularly enjoy working with teens, parenting issues, and co-parenting after divorce. Also specialize in anxiety and depression.  Fully trained in EMDR.

Will Krause

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Will works with a variety of clients; focusing on adults and couples who may be struggling with Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Exploration of Sexual Orientation, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, and a variety of relationship issues. His therapeutic approach reflects integrative influences derived from training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Solution Focused Brief-Therapy, as well as Client-Centered Therapy. Will also uses Gestalt Techniques and a Psychodynamic approach when it is warranted with a client. With that said, Will caters the approach to fit the client’s needs and his or her determination of what proves to be most effective.

Ames Laws (formerly Cameron), LPC, LMFT, LCAS

Website: www.ameslaws.com
Address: 2910 Briarcliffe Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: (336)724-0046
Info: Areas of expertise are marriage & family counseling. She also sees adolescent females 13 and up, in addition to adults at various life stages.

Rebecca Lowry, MA, LPC

Website: www.rebeccalowry.com
Address: 100-B Stadium Oaks Drive, Clemmons, NC 27012
Contact: (336) 794-4008; rebeccaklowry@gmail.com
Info: Rebecca Lowry says, “Are you ready to live a life of meaning and vitality?  Taking the first steps towards change can be challenging.  I would be honored to bear witness to your story, and to come alongside you as you create your vision for health in each area of life and move toward that vision with intention and strength.  My desire for you is that you live a life of meaning and purpose, based on your own personal values.  We can begin that journey together, either through counseling (Licensed Professional Counselor, state of North Carolina) or coaching (Board Certified Coach and National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach).  I look forward to hearing from you.”

Sarah MacReynolds, LCSW

Website: www.lewisvillefamilycounseling.com
Address: 6614 Shallowford Rd., Lewisville, NC
Contact: sarah@lewisvillefamilycounseling.com, 336-945-0137
Info: I work primarily with kids ages 15 to adult, families, and couples with concerns regarding anxiety, depression, ADHD, low self-esteem, infidelity, chronic mental illness, communication skills, and substance abuse. I enjoy helping clients find balance and learning new coping skills to help them live their best lives.

Heather F. McCain, Psy.D.

Website: Carolina Psychological Associates, P.A.
Address: 5509-B West Friendly Avenue, Suite 106, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: (336) 272-0855
Info: Clinical psychologist who provides individual counseling, couples counseling and psychological evaluations to adolescents and adults. She provides services for those experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and family of origin issues.

Mahala Motzny, MS, LPC, LCAS

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  Multiple; Winston-Salem and Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Mahala works with anxiety, depression, trauma, bipolar, grief, addictions and co-dependency issues. Mahala has over 16 years of experience as a therapist since earning her Masters Degree from UNC-Greensboro’s counseling program. She has also received specialty training in therapy for grief and trauma through the methods used by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, EMDR and psychodramatic interventions. Those therapies help clients resolve negative beliefs, emotions and experiences so they are less impactful in their present lives.

Gray Moulton, LMFT, CST

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Gray is a licensed NC Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, and is certified in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy. She has over twenty years of experience in counseling with individuals, families and couples. Gray has also served as a clinical supervisor to colleagues and graduate students. Gray provides individual and couples therapy. Her areas of special interest include depression, anxiety, marital issues, domestic violence, pregnancy/adoption, grief and loss.

Celeste Hope Nettles, LPC

Website: http://www.greensborocounselingpartners.com/
Address: Greensboro Counseling Partners, PLLC, 445 Dolley Madison Rd, Ste B, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: 336-291-8539; info@greensborocounselingpartners.com
Info:  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have practiced in North Carolina since 2005. I work with adolescents, adults, families, and couples in a private practice setting. I use a variety of therapy techniques to effectively treat depression and anxiety. I work with people experiencing the emotional challenges of chronic pain and illness, relationship challenges, and mental health concerns such as mood disorders.

Lisa Peaty, MSW, LCSW

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: A graduate from UNC-CH and the University of Georgia, Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience working with individuals, children and families in a variety of settings. She is experienced in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused CBT, as well as both directive and non-directive methods of play therapy for children. She has a passion for treating children and families, and is creative and adaptable in her approach to treatment, while utilizing the strengths of the family to aid in treatment. Her areas of interest are domestic violence, adoption, grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and parenting.

Jessica Phipps, MSW, LCSW

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Jessica Phipps has over 15 years of experience helping people discover methods to manage life’s challenges. In therapy she blends cognitive behavioral (CBT) and mindfulness strategies to help people rebuild hope and self-esteem and manage distressing symptoms. In helping people recover she explores the influence of their environment, including their family, work, community and physical health. Conditions she works with include depression, anxiety, bipolar, substance abuse, trauma, domestic violence, crisis-intervention, psychosis and memory problems.

Melissa Reed, MSW, LCSW

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Melissa (Missy) provides therapy for anxiety, depression, bipolar, trauma, and addictions.

Melissa completed her graduate degree in social work at UNC-Wilmington. In 2016 she received the Making a Difference in North Carolina Award for a project using film to destigmatize mental illness. Before becoming a therapist Melissa worked as an archaeologist in Greece, where she dug up ruins of ancient civilizations in the Mediterranean islands.

Lindsay Reynolds, MSW, LCSW-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Lindsay works from a person-centered and strengths-based approach. She utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness Therapy to help people manage stress their daily lives. Lindsay believes a person’s mental, physical, and emotional health and environment are connected. Lindsay’s areas of interest include depression, anxiety, bipolar, women’s issues, military veterans, aging, stress, relationships, and grief.

Jeff Rhinehart, MA, LPA

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address:  2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Jeff brings a practical approach to therapy, drawing from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing to help people build skills to manage difficult problems. He works with adults, adolescents and families. Conditions he is experienced with include depression, anxiety, bipolar, OCD, PTSD, addictions, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, and schizophrenia. He has advanced training in an evidenced-based therapy for addictions in adolescents called the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA).

Marylou Rice, MA, CCC-SLP

Website: Angel Heart Speech & Language Therapy, Inc.
Contact: marylou.rice@angelheartslp.com
Info: Marylou is a pediatric speech-language pathologist specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Apraxia, Articulation and Phonological processes, expressive and receptive language delays, fluency disorder, pediatric developmental delays and congenital disorders including Down Syndrome.

Carolyn Rifkin, MS, LPC, LCAS-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1901 Adams Farm Parkway Greensboro, NC 27407
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Carolyn works with individuals, couples, and families. She believes that therapy begins with a good relationship and fit between counselor and client and works hard to establish trust and safety early on. Carolyn’s areas of interest include depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, relationships, early family experiences, as well as career and academic counseling. She also works with addictions and has experience as a residential therapist at an addictions center. Her work is based in several forms of counseling, including Solutions-Focused Therapy, Emotions-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. She has also received training in EMDR and Brainspotting, two techniques to access, process, and overcome trauma, negative emotions, and other psychological pain.

Chase Salmons, MS, LPC-A, LCAS-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 713 Marshall St SW, Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Chase works with individuals, couples, and families. He specializes in adolescent and young adult individual counseling, and has provided family counseling and parent coaching for families dealing with crisis or working to improve things at home. Chase’s areas of interest include substance addiction and recovery, family of origin dynamics, anger management, adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, as well as career counseling and assessment.

Juan Santos M.S., CRC, LPC

Website: Santos Counseling
Address: Greensboro Office: 3300 Battleground Avenue Suite 303 Greensboro NC 27410; Winston Salem Office: 3410 Healy Drive Suite 203 Winston Salem NC 27103
Contact: juansantos@santoscounseling.com
Info: We work with distant couple’s, angry or frustrated kids and struggling parents. Areas of specialty include: marriage counseling,anxiety and depression mood disorders. Our practice provides Spanish speaking counseling services and immigration hardship evaluations for waivers, u visa cases, vawa cases, and hardships.

TJ Shaffer, MA, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: T.J. offers mindfulness-based counseling to provide relief from stress, anxiety and mood problems. He has over 10 years of experience as a counselor working with adults and adolescents in many settings and has gained particular expertise in health psychology and crisis intervention.

Tayler Shannon

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Tayler has worked with clients from ages 18 to 92, and has felt privileged to hear about their deepest concerns, thoughts, feelings and beliefs while they address mental health and/or substance use issues in their sessions. She uses a non-judgmental, optimistic and accepting approach with each client, and pulls from her knowledge of various therapeutic modalities, life experiences and previous therapeutic work, as well as her considerable and continued professional training. Creating a safe and confidential environment where individuals can discuss sensitive topics is one of the first things Tayler works on with a new client. It is Tayler’s hope that all her clients will find safety and understanding, in addition to an increase in self-awareness, with her at Tree of Life Counseling.

Kelly Schaller

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Kelly has experience volunteering with the Rape Crisis Center, Carousel Center for Abused Children, The “It Gets Better” campaign, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), and Veteran programs. She moved to the Winston-Salem/Greensboro area in 2012 after completing graduate school. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville, KY (Go Cards!) in History with a concentration in Humanities and her Masters in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Kelly is fully licensed in North Carolina and a supervisor for associate level social workers. Kelly is championed by her peers for her work in crisis situations and client advocacy. Kelly takes a Solution-Focused approach to assist people in uncovering ways to cope and feel better in their day-to-day. She is currently apprenticing under Shāna Gordon-Cole to increase knowledgeable expertise with the transgender community. Bi-lingual: Kelly speaks fluent German.

John Shuler, MA, MDiv, LPC, NCC

Website: Associates in Christian Counseling
Address: 8025 North Point Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: (336) 896-0065; info@christiancounseling.org
Info: Works with a variety of clients including adults, children and adolescents, and at-risk youth. In addition to couples and family therapy, he is experienced in play therapy with children, grief, depression, anxiety, past abuse issues, domestic violence, men’s issues, and church related issues.

Andrew Smiler, Ph.D.

Website: www.eeservices.biz
Address: 2910 Briarcliffe Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: 336-245-8161, andrew.smiler@eeservices.biz
Info: Specializes in working with teen boys (and adult men) regarding issues such as depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, relationships, sexuality, and gender identity.

Becky Stevens, MS, LPC-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 104 Cambridge Plaza Drive Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Becky works with both adolescents and adults and enjoys helping clients explore the sources of stress and develop new solutions. She aims to provide a safe environment where people are comfortable exploring their thoughts, feelings, and actions as they look for ways to change. She works from a person-centered approach and draws from cognitive behavioral (CBT) and mindfulness when working with clients. Becky’s areas of interest include depression, anxiety, bipolar, military veterans, and women’s issues

Laura Strickland, MSW, LCSW, LCAS

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: Multiple; Winston-Salem and Clemmons, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Laura combines cognitive behavior (CBT) and mindfulness approaches. In addition to working with depression, anxiety, and bipolar, Laura has experience with addictions, panic, social anxiety, sleep problems, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), trauma, psychosis, and women’s issues. She offers individual and family therapy and works with ages 16 and above.

John Thacker, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: John believes that each person deserves, and can expect, a full recovery. His 20+ years of experience in mental health has given him an appreciation of the roles that family, relationships, work, and well-being have in recovery. He has experience in effective therapies for mood, anxiety, trauma and addictions including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing.

Teresa Tindall, MS, LPC

Website: Associates in Christian Counseling
Address: 8025 North Point Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: (336) 896-0065; info@christiancounseling.org
Info: Specializes in play therapy and substance abuse counseling. Teresa sees clients from ages 5 to 80. In her work with children, she uses art and play therapy to help them deal with grief and loss issues, trauma, anxiety and fear, or school problems. Tindall also treats clients who are struggling with issues such as chemical dependency, emotional eating, depression, anger, or self-harm.

Kate Totten, MS, LPC, LCAS-A

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Kate works with individuals, couples, and families. She approaches counseling through a client-centered, interpersonal, and strengths-based lens. Kate draws from motivational interviewing and mindfulness in her work with clients. Areas of interest include: substance use disorders, families of individuals struggling with substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, women’s issues, adjustment, wellness, and bipolar disorder. She also offers career counseling.

Trinity Center Inc.

Website: http://www.trinitycenterinc.com
Address: 640 Holly Ave., Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Contact: (336) 725-3999
Info: Trinity Center has been serving the mental health needs of our community for over 30 years. We’re committed to seeing you for counseling or testing within one week of your contact with us! We serve clients with a wide variety of issues and have 15+ counselors here. We are committed to finding the best fit for YOU! We believe wholeness involves mind, body and spirit so our staff includes a psychiatrist who addresses physiological aspects and prescribes medication as well as spiritual directors who support clients in their personal relationship with God. We also provide comprehensive psychological testing of children and adults.

Ali Turner, MS, LPC

Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Address: 1615 Polo Rd. Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: 336-722-7266
Info: Ali provides individual, couples, and family counseling to adult clients, drawing from several disciplines, including motivational interviewing and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Areas of interest for Ali include depression, anxiety, bipolar, trauma, relationships, women’s issues, sexual issues, and gender and sexual identity.

Diane Warshofsky, MACC, LMFT, LPC, NCC

Website: www.newlifecounsel.com
Address:
New Life Counseling, 3410 Healy Drive., Suite 207, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Contact:
336-793-7005
Info:
Marriage & Family therapist

Aubrey Wendleboe, LPC

Address: 3000 Bethesda Place, Suite 103, Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: aubrey.wendelboe@gmail.com or 336-575-3682
Info: My focus is working with children and families to address a myriad of issues.  I work with – parenting concerns, ADHD, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, family life changes such as divorce, grief and loss.

Solana Wild

Website: www.tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St. Greensboro, NC 27408
Contact: 336-288-9190, Admin@tlc-counseling.com
Info: Solana is an active member with the Junior League of Greensboro where she works to empower women in the community allowing them to gain better control of their personal lives and assist them with leadership development. Solana also does volunteer work with the elderly helping them not become victims of fraudulent scams, she assists with construction of needed home improvements, and finding needed resources to assist them in the Greensboro community. Solana has training and experience in dealing with depression, anxiety, social issues, adults/children with special needs, educational based needs, bullying, and problems related to childhood growth and development. Solana works with both children and adults and is passionate about empowering them to improve their quality of life. Solana strives to understand the unique story and struggles of each client. Solana uses Person-Centered Therapy, Gestalt interventions, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, and Art Therapy interventions.