Updated by Katie Moosbrugger

This directory is sponsored by Lewisville Family Counseling. Their caring counselors each have different specialties, so you are likely to find a good fit for counseling for you or your loved one. Their passion is partnering with individuals, couples, and families to help them become the best versions of themselves. 

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.

Dr. Barbara Bear Psychological, Educational, and Career Consulting
Website: drbarbarabear.com ; www.nextstepcollegeandcareers.com
Address: 5509-B West Friendly Ave, Suite 203, Greensboro, NC 27410
Contact: 336-545-9696; drbarbarabear@aol.com
Info: Licensed clinical psychologist with focus on depression, anxiety, couples counseling, adolescent females, parenting issues, autism spectrum, college admissions, choosing best educational setting, career counseling. College students and young adults are preferred clientele.

Jessica Beckman, MA, LCMHC, LCAS, NCC
Websitejessicabeckman.com
Address: Triad Counseling and Clinical Services, PLLC, 5587 D Garden Village Way, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 272-8090; jbeckman@triadcounseling.net
Info: Dually licensed as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Clinical Addictions Specialist for over 10 years. Jessica works with adolescents, adults, couples, and families to address needs ranging from relationship issues and self-esteem issues to addiction and chronic mental health issues. She practices at Triad Counseling and Clinical Services in Greensboro, NC.

Susan Carpenter MS, LPC
Website: Oasis Counseling Center
Address: 1606 Memorial Drive, Burlington
Contact: 336-214-5188, oasis@counselingmail.com
Info:  Susan has a range of experience in working with adults, children and families with a range of emotional and behavioral issues including Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Susan is certified in Family Centered Treatment which combines Structural Family Therapy with Emotion Focused Therapy. She often combines creative approaches and mindfulness with more research-based therapy including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy. The treatment approach is specific to the individual and/or family. Susan is also working toward becoming a Registered Play Therapist and uses play therapy activities with children.

Cheri Dawson, LCMHC, CRC
Website: greensborocounselingpartners.com
Address: Greensboro Counseling Partners, PLLC, 445 Dolley Madison Rd, Ste B, Greensboro
Contact: 336-291-8539; info@greensborocounselingpartners.com
Info:  I have worked in human services since the early 2000’s, and in 2009, I began focusing on helping others through individual and group counseling.  I currently provide counseling services for individuals, ages 18-64. I enjoy helping individuals who are dealing with anxiety, life transitions/adjustment issues, and depression or mood concerns.  I strive to provide a comfortable counseling environment filled with compassion and encouragement.  I utilize an eclectic mix of counseling methods to meet each client’s needs. I have training and experience in a variety of different methods, including the use of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and progressive counting.

Dr. Kathleen Driscoll, LCMHCA, NCC
Website: khdcounseling.com 
Address: 2709 Pinedale Rd., Suite B, Greensboro
Contact: 703.851.1009; khdcounseling@gmail.com
Info: Kathleen specializes in working with adults experiencing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, identity formation, trauma, and adjusting to life’s circumstance.  Her background is in community mental health and working with the college student population.  She focuses primarily on cultivating a safe and inviting therapeutic relationship while inviting change through person-centered therapy, Gestalt therapy, and the clinical perspectives from Dr. Brené Brown and existentialism.

Family Solutions
Website: famsolutions.org
Address: 3057 S. Church St., Burlington; 231 N Spring Street
Contact: 336-899-8800, intake@famsolutions.org
InfoFamily Solutions is a private counseling agency committed to providing comprehensive outpatient mental health services to the Triad region.

Andrew Goff, PhD
Website: goffpsychology.com
Address: Family Psychology Associates, P.C., 603 Dolley Madison Road, Suite 214, Greensboro
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: goffpsychology.com
Address: Family Psychology Associates, P.C., 603 Dolley Madison Road, Suite 214, Greensboro
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.

Kim Lewis, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
Activity Tailor Speech Services
Contact: kim.lewis@activitytailor.com
Info: Specializing in social communication groups based on the Social Thinking methodology developed by Michelle Garcia-Winner, Activity Tailor provides an environment where students who struggle have success. Where they have so much fun, they ask to come back for more. Where lessons transfer so seamlessly from the therapy room to the classroom and home, parents and teachers both say, “why didn’t I think of that?”

Christie Martin, MSW, LCSW
Business Name: my therapy place, PLLC
Website: mytherapyplace.org
Address: 1400 Battleground Avenue Suite 209-E Greensboro
Contact: 336-383-1665 Ext.1
Info: We utilize evidence-based practices for children, adolescents, and families; ages 5 to 19. My Therapy Place provides Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with rostered and licensed clinicians as well as specialized treatment through individual and family therapy. Behaviors and symptoms that we work with on a regular basis include; anxiety, depression, defiance, conduct, harmful thoughts, self-esteem and much more. We take value in providing excellent person centered treatment while empowering our families. My therapy place makes therapy fun for kids and authentic for teenagers. We absolutely love what we do!

Heather F. McCain, Psy.D.
Website: Carolina Psychological Associates, P.A.
Address:1501 Highwoods Blvd, Suite 101, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 272-0855, x 104
Info: Sees adolescents and adults for counseling. She is a clinical psychologist who provides individual counseling for those experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, family of origin issues, LGBTQ issues and general adult issues. Special interests include college aged adults, anxiety disorders, women’s issues and stages of life transitions.

Molly McDonald-Stone M.A., LCMHC-A
Website: mollyconsultingrelationships.com
Address: Greensboro and High Point offices
Contact: 336-455-3524; mollyconsultingrealtionships@gmail.com
Info: Licensed counselor specializing in couples, dating and premarital counseling. It’s all about communication. Learning who you are as a couple and how you interact can generate the deepest connection and comfort. We identify vicious cycles, we look for patterns, and we see what impact each individual’s contributions are having on the relationship. Healthy communication makes for healthy couples and happy families!

Mood Treatment Center
Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Addresses: 1901 Adams Farm Parkway, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 722-7266
Info: We are committed to helping people and their families achieve full recovery from mood disorders and related problems including: Attention deficit disorders, Anxiety and panic attacks, Addictions, Autism and Asperger’s, Borderline and other personality disorders, Depression and Bipolar disorder, Eating disorders, Obsessive-compulsive disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder, and Sleep disorders.

Celeste Hope Nettles, LCMHC
Website: greensborocounselingpartners.com
Address: Greensboro Counseling Partners, PLLC, 445 Dolley Madison Rd, Ste B, Greensboro
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.

Angel Heart Speech & Language Therapy, Inc.
Counselor: Marylou Rice, MA, CCC-SLP
Website: angelheartslp.com
Location: Oak Ridge
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.

Tree of Life Counseling, PLLC
Website: tlc-counseling.com
Address: 1821 Lendew St, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 288-9190
Info: We provide a variety of services and treat a variety of symptoms and diagnoses: ADHD/ADD for children and adults, advocates for clients in the schools and medical field, anger management, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, Duke integrative health coaching, family counseling, consultation, gender and sexuality, issues with adolescents, LGBTQ related issues, parenting issues, psycho-education speaking engagements, supervision for LPCAs, sexual abuse victims (adults and children), transgender hormone and surgical evaluations, and victims of interpersonal violence.

Triad Child & Family Counseling, PLLC (TCFC)
Counselors: Hannah Cox, LCMHC; Ciara Rickert, LCSWA; Cera Allred, LCMHCA; Jenny Deschler, LCMHCA
Websitetriadchild.com
Address: 2309 West Cone BLVD., Suite 150A, Greensboro
Contact: 336.701.0267 (call or text); admin@triadchild.com
Info: Triad Child & Family Counseling, PLLC specializes in counseling children, teens, and their families (ages 3-19).  We are a small practice with four therapists who are trained and experienced in working with children and teens.  At TCFC, we understand the unique social and emotional pressures that today’s younger generation face on a day to day basis. Some topics we help children, teens and parents on include: adjustment concerns, anxiety, extreme sadness, behavioral problems, anger management, social skills training, ADHD, sleep issues, grief, conflict resolution, parenting strategies and parent/ child relationship building. We believe parents are the change agents in a child’s life.  During our work together, we help parents develop new skills to better help their child grow and succeed.  We use a variety of evidence-based techniques during counseling, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Solutions-Focused, Mindfulness-based, play techniques, and expressive arts modalities during sessions.

UNCG Psychology Clinic
Website: psy.uncg.edu/clinic
Address: 1100 West Market Street, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 334-5662
Info: We provide outpatient mental health services to children, teens, adults, and families, including psychoeducational testing, weekly therapy, and group therapy to the greater-Triad area. We also provide testing for Early Kindergarten (EK) and Academically Gifted evaluations. As a graduate training clinic, we’re able to offer services at a deeply discounted rate and regularly offer financial assistance to families in need.

Joanna Warren, MS, LMFT
Website: Insight Professional Counseling, PLLC
Address: 2207 Delaney Drive, Burlington
Contact: 336-270-9455, info@Jwarrentherapy.com
Info: Insight Professional Counseling Services provides confidential, client-focused counseling and therapy services for individuals, couples and families specializing in areas that include, but are not limited to: Anger Management, Couples Therapy, Anxiety Disorder, Stress Management, Stress Relief, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Grief Counseling, Anxiety Treatment, and Family Therapy.

Wynns Family Psychology
Website: WynnsFamilyPsychology.com 
Address: 2709-B Pinedale Rd, Greensboro
Contact: info@wynnsfamilypsychology.com
Info: Wynns Family Psychology (WFP) is a child/adolescent specialty private practice with a top-notch reputation in Cary and North Raleigh, NC, now expanding to Greensboro! At Wynns Family Psychology, clinicians provide therapy for kids ages 3 and up, parent coaching, family/marriage therapy and social skills groups/camps. Their psychologists also provide psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Giftedness, and Psychological Concerns. WFP specializes in high conflict divorce/custody cases by offering co-parenting therapy, reunification therapy, therapy for children of divorce, and a full menu of custody evaluations. The owner of the practice, Dr. Wynns, is a frequently sought out media expert for child development and parenting, and has written The No Wimpy Parenting Handbook.

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, LPCS provides supervision, consultation and specializes  in comprehensive counseling and therapy services to women who are experiencing emotional difficulties related to the period of pregnancy and postpartum, as well as women’s emotional health. She also provides counseling to individuals, couples, families and groups dealing with issues related to mental health, addiction, relationships, and overall wellness.

Family Solutions
Website: famsolutions.org
Address: 148 Baker Road, Archdale
Contact: 336-899-8800, intake@famsolutions.org
InfoFamily Solutions is a private counseling agency committed to providing comprehensive outpatient mental health services to the Triad region.

High Point Speech Therapy, PLLC (Kirsten Bertschi, MA, CCC-SLP)
Website:  highpointspeech.com
Address: 1623 York Ave, Suite 103, High Point, NC 27265
Contact:  kirsten@highpointspeech.com; 336-485-8338
Info:  Assessment and treatment of pediatric speech and language disorders.  Areas include speech sound disorders, phonological disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, fluency disorders (stuttering), developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and early intervention.

Katherine Carrier, MA, NCC, LPC
Website: 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.

Jessie Tucker Mitchell, MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Websitewww.kernersvillecounseling.com
Addresses: 1130 N. Main Street Kernersville, NC 27284 &  648 Almondridge Drive Rural Hall, NC 27045
Contact: 336-283-3830 ext. 18; jessie@kernersvillecounseling.com
Info: Jessie serves teenagers and adults and has clinical experience in the areas of eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, developmental trauma, anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and grief/loss. As a Christian counselor, she provides Christ-centered care in a safe, nonjudgmental environment and believes that everyone has the ability to experience personal growth and healing. Jessie tends to work from Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Solution-Focused treatment modalities while also remaining flexible to adapt to each individual’s unique needs.

Molly McDonald-Stone M.A., LCMHC-A
Website: mollyconsultingrelationships.com
Address: Greensboro and High Point offices
Contact: 336-455-3524; mollyconsultingrealtionships@gmail.com
Info: Licensed counselor specializing in couples, dating and premarital counseling. It’s all about communication. Learning who you are as a couple and how you interact can generate the deepest connection and comfort. We identify vicious cycles, we look for patterns, and we see what impact each individual’s contributions are having on the relationship. Healthy communication makes for healthy couples and happy families!

Gray Moulton, LMFT, PLLC (Awakenings: Whole Life Counseling & Resource Center)
Website: psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/gray
Address: 118 S. Cherry Street, Suite D,Kernersville, NC 27284
Contact: 336-287-7353
Info: Gray is a licensed NC Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, and a Certified Enneagram Professional. She has over twenty years of experience in counseling with individuals, families and couples. Her areas of special interest include depression, anxiety, marital issues, domestic violence, pregnancy/adoption, grief and loss, LGBTQ and providing therapy to other therapists.

Karen Arthur, MA, LCMHCA
Websiteeeservices.biz
Address: 2910 Briarcliffe Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: 336-660-4900; karen.arthur@eeservices.biz
Info: Karen Arthur is a licensed therapist and Expressive Arts therapist who works with teens (usually 14 +) and adults who feel stuck and who may be struggling with anxiety, grief and loss, and chronic health condition management, as well as other issues. She welcomes individuals of any religious background (and those who are non-religious), sexual orientation, and gender identity. This creative counselor incorporates art into therapy with individuals and families to find the strengths that help them be the best versions of themselves that they can be. No artmaking experience is required!

Banyan Tree Counseling PLLC
Website: banyantreecounseling.com
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Dr., Suite 202, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Contact: (336) 448-4451 or chantal@banyantreecounseling.com
Info: Providing licensed counseling/therapy and supportive life coaching for children, teens, and adults. A few common issues treated are: childhood anxiety and depression, academic or work stress, behavioral management help for parents, post-partum anxiety/depression, infertility, pregnancy loss/miscarriage, and helping parents cope with stressful life transitions such as a career change, loss in the family, birth of a new child, separation, location change, and more.

Jared Brinkerhoff, MS, EdS, NCC, LCMHCA
Website: banyantreecounseling.com/about-jared
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Dr., Suite 202, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Contact: (336) 618-7579 or jared@banyantreecounseling.com
Info: I specialize in providing therapy for both major life changes and every-day difficulties. These difficulties can present within ourselves as anxiety, depression, traumatic experiences, self-defeating behavior patterns, self-criticism, and self-consciousness. They can also present within our relationships as damaging or ineffective patterns with our significant others, leading to communication issues, boundary issues, or emotional conflict just to name a few. I work with teens (15+), parents, individual adults, and couples to help each member of the family get the support they need.

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.

J’Nae Broadnax M.A. LCMHC
Website: Lewisville Family Counseling.com
Address: 6614 Shallowford Road Suite 250 Lewisville NC 27023
Contact: 336.945.0137
Info: I am a local Clinical Mental Health Counselor with Lewisville Family Counseling, serving the Lewisville, Clemmons, Winston-Salem area. I provide counseling services focusing on the preschool age child (3-5), young children ages 6-12 and adolescents 13-17 years of age. I work with children who exhibit an array of developmental and behavioral challenges ranging from inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, sensory dysregulation, disruptive and non-compliant behaviors, to addressing the emotional needs of these age groups with developing emotional literacy, and learning how to cope with difficult/intense emotions (anger, grief/loss, depression, anxiety). Children and adolescents may also struggle in various areas such as adjusting to changes, encountering bullying, divorce/separation, school performance, developing friendships/relationships, formulation of ones identity, face gender identity issues or even on a larger scale experience traumatic events. Counseling services are tailored to fit the needs of the child/individual using play therapy/interactive games, and talk therapy in a creative way as a means to connect with the child/adolescent as the primary goal. Sessions are also inclusive of parents and siblings within the counseling process, in efforts support the child/teen in learning new skills. Simultaneously parents/caregivers and other family members involved may also benefit from this approach by learning new skills as well. I am excited about the opportunities to serve our community in meeting the mental health needs of children, teens and their families. Don’t hesitate to reach out when in need for support!!

Camel City Counseling
Website camelcitycounseling.com
Address: 138 Cherry Street South, Suite 400; Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Contact Phone: 336.355.8084
Info:  We serve ALL ages and stages of life here at Camel City Counseling. Parents worried about their children or teens? Children who need supportive skills for ADHD, anxiety or depression? Teens navigating 21st century problems? Couples ready to face their relationship strengths and vulnerabilities? Individuals with trauma or difficult experiences? Struggling with disordered eating and want a positive body image? Women navigating life transitions? Corporate executives needing a space to breathe? Anyone wanting compassionate care and concern? Our boutique practice offers highly skilled therapists that can help you navigate toward your goals in a warm, relational, inviting manner. You aren’t just a number here at Camel City Counseling. We provide very individualized treatment and are highly committed to your success and wellbeing. We see children as young as 5 and adults as wise as 100. From the beginning, we will create goals together and develop a tailored strength-based plan to address your struggles. We will use your innate worth and value as well as the latest researched practices to improve your wellbeing. Give us a call or email to set up an appointment today. We’re ready to sit “side by side” with you on your journey of change.

Carolina Psychology Group, PLLC
Counselors: Samuel B. Gray, PsyD, Mary Catherine Grant, NCC, LCMHC, LCAS
Website: carolinapsychologygroup.com
Address: 2910-A Briarcliffe Rd. Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: 336-276-1278
Info: Dr. Sam Gray is a licensed psychologist with a broad array of experience from working in a state mental hospital to community mental health and forensic practice. Dr. Gray received his doctorate from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology in 2004 and specializes in psychological assessment, forensic psychology, and consulting/training. MC Grant earned a master’s degree in professional counseling through Wake Forest University in 2015. MC is a licensed clinical mental health counselor through the North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist through the North Carolina Addictions Specialist Professional Practice Board. MC has extensive experience working with women of all ages struggling with mental health and substance use challenges. MC has also worked with numerous individuals struggling with interpersonal relationships, helping clients to establish healthy boundaries and to find ways to improve communication with others. MC provides individual counseling and case management for adolescents and young adults and frequently incorporates family and support persons in treatment, when appropriate and desired by the client.

Clemmons Family Counseling
Counselor: Mary Katherine Burbach, LMFTA
Website: 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, adolescents, 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 counseling 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. She is an EMDR-Trained clinician and addresses concerns through a holistic lens; considering the mind, body, and spirit in treatment.

Jaimie Cory, MEd, LCMHC
Website: banyantreecounseling.com/about-jaimie
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Dr. Suite 202, Winston Salem, NC 27103
Contact: (336) 422-6313 or jaimie@banyantreecounseling.com
Info: I specialize in working with adult and adolescent LGBTQIA+ clients working through life transitions and post-traumatic recovery. I believe that through authentic, healing relationships we can begin to let go of barriers that keep us distant from others, our needs, our goals, and our sources of meaning in life. I am passionate about the role counselors play in addressing intersectional issues of social justice by facilitating sociopolitical empowerment among my clients. I have specialized knowledge in working with queer, transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming clients and am well-versed in WPATH Standards of Care.

Amber Garcia, MS, CRC, LCMHCA
Website: banyantreecounseling.com/about-amber
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Dr. Suite 202, Winston Salem, NC 27103
Contact: (336) 596-3739 or amber@banyantreecounseling.com
Info: I am a bilingual therapist and am able to see both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking clients. I enjoy helping children, teens, adults and couples with depression, anxiety, coping after traumatic experiences, and mood regulation. I have experience with children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and enjoy helping parents learn how to better manage their child’s behaviors. I enjoy working with Hispanic/Latino populations and pull from my background working with diverse clientele to develop individualized treatment plans for each person considering a holistic approach to promote overall wellness. While working with me you can expect to learn a variety of techniques to tackle the struggles you face while always feeling accepted, valued, and supported.

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, MAEd, NCC, LCMHC
Websitetanyagunterlpc.com
Address: 305 Mill St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Contact: (336) 399-3897; tgunterlpc@gmail.com
Info: Areas of specialty: working with adolescent girls and adult women regarding issues of life stages, depression, anxiety, relationships, parenting issues, and personal development. Incorporating Mindfulness Based CBT, EFT, and Jungian therapies such as sandtray therapy and dreamwork. My goal is to assist clients to find connections between mind, body and spirit that lead them to greater self-awareness and quality of life. Socially distanced, Outdoor, Walk & Talk Sessions now available in addition to TeleHealth and traditional face to face sessions.

George C. Hage, EdD, LPCS
Website: goodtherapy.org/therapists
Address: 3516 Vestmill Road, Winston-Salem
Contact: (336) 749-4163
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.

Chantal Hayes, MA, LPC, NCC
Website: banyantreecounseling.com
Address: 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

Christopher John Counseling
Website: cjcounseling.com
Address: 632 Holly Ave, Winston Salem, NC 27101
Contact: (720) 295-8657
Info: It is my belief that finding the right therapist for YOU is the most important thing you can do. In order to find out if I may be a good fit for you, I offer a free 1-hour consultation. I specialize in working with young adults and their families but my practice is open to anyone looking to grow, heal, and change. Is your child struggling with mental health issues? Has your marriage/relationship become challenging? Are you dealing with depression or anxiety that has become unmanageable? Are you a parent looking for support? You’ll find I offer therapy in a relaxed and comfortable setting where you can explore what is going on in your life without feeling judged. I have been doing Individual, Couple, Family, & Youth Therapy for over 9 years.  I also have a specialty working with Addiction.

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!

Lewisville Family Counseling, PLLC
Website: LewisvilleFamilyCounseling.com
Address: 6614 Shallowford Road, Suite 250, Lewisville NC 27023
Contact: 336-945-0137
Info: Lewisville Family Counseling is a group private counseling practice with caring counselors who are trained to work with a variety of needs including individual counseling (ages 3-103), family counseling, couples counseling, and group counseling. Areas of interest and specialization among our counselors include depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral challenges, eating disorders, maternal mental health, parenting support, relationship support, couples counseling, pre-marital counseling, new parents, addiction in teens and adults, experimentation with substances, drug testing, trauma, sex addiction, school and work difficulties, grief, and more. Visit our website to learn more about each of our counselors. We are here to walk alongside you in your journey to becoming your best self.

Rebecca Lowry, MA, LPC
Website: 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: 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.

Martha B. Metzler, LCMHCA
Website: illumii.co/counseling
Address: 121 A Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: martha@illumii.co
Info:  My heart is to serve you and your family in a holistic way and I desire to give equal attention to the past, present, and future. I tend to lean towards a cognitive behavioral approach with a lot of grace thrown in. I desire to sit in the mess with you but then empower and equip you with the skills and coping mechanisms to find your way. Most of my work centers around guiding adolescents through anxiety, depression, and relationships. I also have experience working with adolescents, women, young couples, and families teaching communication skills that will allow the family to healthily navigate conflict and communication differences.

Jessie Tucker Mitchell, MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Websitewww.kernersvillecounseling.com
Addresses: 1130 N. Main Street Kernersville, NC 27284 &  648 Almondridge Drive Rural Hall, NC 27045
Contact: 336-283-3830 ext. 18; jessie@kernersvillecounseling.com
Info: Jessie serves teenagers and adults and has clinical experience in the areas of eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, developmental trauma, anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and grief/loss. As a Christian counselor, she provides Christ-centered care in a safe, nonjudgmental environment and believes that everyone has the ability to experience personal growth and healing. Jessie tends to work from Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Solution-Focused treatment modalities while also remaining flexible to adapt to each individual’s unique needs.

Mood Treatment Center
Website: moodtreatmentcenter.com
Locations: 713 SW Marshall Street
Contact:  (336) 722-7266
Info: We are committed to helping people and their families achieve full recovery from mood disorders and related problems including: Attention deficit disorders, Anxiety and panic attacks, Addictions, Autism and Asperger’s, Borderline and other personality disorders, Depression and Bipolar disorder, Eating disorders, Obsessive-compulsive disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder, and Sleep disorders.

Gabriella Drouillard-Moser, M.A., M.A., LCMHCA,LCASA
Website: lewisvillefamilycounseling.com
Address: 6614 Shallowford rd. Lewisville
Contact: (336) 945-0137, gabriella@lewisvillefamilycounseling.com
Info: Gabriella is dually licensed as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate. She treats adolescents, adults, couples and families. Gabriella uses a wide range of theories and practices including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Family Systems, Mindfulness, and Gottman. Gabriella focuses on guiding clients to build the skills that will make them grow and assist them in whatever battle they struggle with. Gabriella also has a Masters Degree in Theology and Pastoral Counseling and is open to bringing spirituality into counseling. Gabriella’s main goal is to build hope in clients so they can then build hope into others lives.

New Life Counseling Center, PLLC
Website: newlifewinston.com
Address: 3410 Healy Dr. Suite 207, Winston Salem, NC 27103
Contact: 336-793-7005
Info: New Life Counseling Center is a private, group practice with therapists specializing in Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. We offer individual, family & couples counseling as well as group counseling (including groups for teens and tweens). Serving clients as young as 2 years old through adulthood.  We offer free initial screening, bill all major private insurance and offer reduced fee services with one of our Wake Forest University, Clinical Mental Health Counseling interns.

Kelly Poehailos, LCMHCA
Website: lewisvillefamilycounseling.com/meet-kelly
Address: 6614 Shallowford Rd. Ste 250 Lewisville, NC 27023
Contact: 336-945-0137; Kelly@lewisvillefamilycounseling.com
Info: Kelly specializes in Maternal Mental Health and women’s issues, specifically healing from Postpartum Mood Disorders (anxiety, depression, and birthing trauma), miscarriage, infertility, stillbirth, child loss, abortion. She also serves clients who are experiencing relationship difficulties due to changed family dynamics after baby is born. Additionally, Kelly is EMDR certified in Level 1 and 2 and treat clients who have gone through trauma, or have been diagnosed with PTSD, anxiety, or depression.

Salem Counseling and Consulting, PLLC
Websitesalemcounselingandconsulting.com
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Drive, Suite 203, Winston Salem NC, 27103
Email Addressmichelle@salemcounselingandconsulting.com
Info: Salem Counseling and Consulting offers online sessions with therapists trained to assist you with a wide variety of issues. As a whole, we are trained in the treatment of trauma including social justice and generational/systemic racism, insomnia, anxiety, harm OCD, phobias, depression, bipolar disorder, communication, and attachment issues.

Santos Counseling PLLC
Clinician: Juan Santos M.S., CRC, LCMHC
Clinician: Melissa Faison, M.S., LCMHCA
WebsiteSantos Counseling
Address: Greensboro Office: 3300 Battleground Avenue Suite 303 Greensboro NC 27410;
Contactadmin@santoscounseling.com
Info:  We are a family-owned and operated counseling practice, working to support the Greensboro community. We work with distant couples, angry or frustrated kids, and struggling parents. Areas of specialty include marriage counseling, mood disorders, Emotional Support Animals Letters, and Gender Affirmation Letters. Our practice provides Spanish speaking counseling services and immigration hardship evaluations for waivers, u visa cases, vawa cases, and hardships.

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: 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. Therapy is offered for individuals, families, and couples. Dr. Smiler is also the author of several books on the lives of boys and men.

Weston Smith, MA, LCMHC
Websiteeeservices.biz
Address: 2910 Briarcliffe Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Contact: 336-979-7482, weston.smith@eeservices.biz
Info: Weston works with adolescents, young adults, and families who are struggling with anger, depression, anxiety, ADHD, Family Conflict, and stage of life decisions (including “failure to launch”). He believes in the power of experience and self-discovery to lead towards living a better life. Weston focuses on helping clients explore community, family, and other support, as well as developing skills for healthy communications to foster independence and self-confidence.

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.

Trinity Center Inc.
Website: 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 since 1982. Our counselors and psychologists serve clients (children, adults, individuals, and couples) with a wide variety of concerns, and we are dedicated to creating a warm, peaceful and comfortable environment where all people are welcomed, respected and valued. We believe that everyone has the capacity to grow and that the greatest change occurs when we accept ourselves. We envision a world in which all people experience greater awareness, acceptance and connectedness, leading to more meaningful and fulfilling lives.

Trinity Christian Counseling
Website: trinity4healing.com
Address: 2430-B Reynolda Road, Suite 2, Winston-Salem, 2499 Henning Dr., Winston-Salem
Contact: (336) 291-7477
Info: Have there been times when you felt that all hope was lost? It isn’t. Do you wonder how you are going to take that next step? God is on your side. He has beautiful plans for your life, plans to give you a hope and a future! The team at Trinity Christian Counseling desires nothing more than to assist you in discovering that plan and to walk alongside you as you grow in God’s grace. Using the Bible, Christ-centered wisdom, and psychological principles, we will help guide you back to emotional, spiritual, behavioral, and relational wholeness. You are not alone. We have six amazing counselors to empower and encourage you. Do you struggle with anxiety, low self-esteem, or anger? Do you need marital counseling or parenting guidance? Do you have a child or teen who is struggling? We are here to help while offering hope. We also offer evenings and Saturday appointments. Please call us at (336) 291-7477 to start your healing journey today!

Aubrey Wendelboe, LCMHC
Address: 3000 Bethesda Place, Suite 103, Winston-Salem, NC
Contact: aubrey.wendelboe@gmail.com or 336-575-3682
Info: Aubrey has over 18 years of experience working with all ages of youth and children as well as adults, using family systems, solution focused and CBT methodologies.  Aubrey’s passion is working with families and supporting parents who are seeking problem solving ideas around parenting challenges.  Additional issues she will help address with children/families include anxiety, depression, school struggles, social issues, ADHD, college transition, as well as sibling and parent/child relationship support.  Additionally, she serves women of all ages who are seeking support for a myriad of issues, including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship development/change, separation and divorce, and trauma.

Winston Salem Couples Counseling
Website: :winstonsalemcouplescounseling.com
Address: 1348 Westgate Center Dr. Winston Salem, NC 27103
Contact: (336) 448-4451 or hello@banyantreecounseling.com
Info: Whether you’ve been married for years or considering making a relationship commitment, we can help. Couples who come to see us often have a strong desire to be closer to their partner but have found themselves locked in a pattern of stressful interaction, which leads to the problems they are hoping to address in counseling. Our therapists utilize evidence-based therapeutic treatments, such as EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy), and the Gottman Method. Though it can be difficult to make the decision to begin therapy, studies show 75% of couples experience improvement through counseling. Together we navigate the process of understanding the cycles couples get stuck in and identify what needs to change in order to build a safe, intimate, and loving connection. We will help you uncover unhealthy patterns and give you the tools to make lasting positive changes.

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