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Path to Hope Counseling

Phone: 984-500-2021 | At Path to Hope Counseling, we are here to guide and support you on your path to healing and personal growth. We are committed to helping you discover the tools to overcome your fears, find your voice and boost your confidence. We can help you find yourself again and create a supportive network in the process. We know how difficult it can be to finally reach out for help.

Adrianne Robinson Counseling, PLLC

Phone: (919) 632-6775 | Email: adrianne@adriannerobinson.com | I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS), and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT~200) offering therapy for individuals and families. I maintain a private practice in Raleigh, NC. I also serve Apex, Cary, Clayton, Durham, Wake Forest, and the downtown Raleigh and surrounding areas. Throughout my career, I’ve specialized in solution-focused work, addiction and codependency recovery, anxiety and trauma therapies, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and integrative modalities of healing. I also offer coaching in recovery, life and work transitions, and spirituality. I received my Master’s Degree in social work from NC State and earned my certificate in Addiction Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill.

RDU Counseling for Change

Phone: 919-713-0260 | RDU Counseling for Change is a private practice group of psychotherapists in Raleigh whose mission is to provide compassionate care to all of our clients. We believe in the importance of authentic therapeutic relationships with our clients rooted in integrity and transparency. Our therapists then use a variety of evidence-based treatments to effect meaningful change, based on your stated goals.

Hidden Stream Counseling

Phone: (919) 307-3805 | Our therapists provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), an empirically supported approach used by many clinicians across the world to treat psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety disorders. CBT has proven effective not only in treating these disorders but also in preventing relapse, common for both depression and anxiety disorders. CBT focuses on changing not only patterns of thinking that are maladaptive but also the beliefs that underlie such thinking.

Aspire Counseling Group

Phone: (919) 229-9834 | As resiliency-focused therapists in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, NC, our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead the life that you want. While no one can change difficult situations of the past, Aspire’s independent practitioners will work with you to better understand and resolve challenges in your life, as well as to increase your overall resiliency. If you’re looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you’re just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.

Lifeologie Raleigh

Lifeologie Counseling was founded in 2000 with one goal in mind — to bring a fresh, innovative approach to the everyday problems of life. Creative solutions to stuck problems®. With our unique multi-specialty, collaborative approach, Lifeologie helps individuals, couples, and families heal even the deepest wounds and break out of old, unhealthy patterns to live full, meaningful lives.

The Mindly Group

Phone: (919) 617-9656 | The Mindly Group offers counseling and psychotherapy services for those of all ages. Therapists are trained to help with issues such as anxiety, anger management, depression, grief and loss, and more. Low cost counseling options are provided through clinical interns, who are unlicensed graduate students in training. All services provided by clinical interns are supervised by a fully licensed mental health professional. Clients receiving services from a clinical intern will be offered the opportunity to both communicate and meet face-to-face with the intern’s clinical supervisor upon request. Clients have the right to transition services to a licensed mental health professional at Mindly at any time; however, regular service fees will apply.

Cornerstone Family Services Group

Phone: (919) 404-8599 | CornerStone FamilyServices Group serves clients through a person-centered service system focused on recovery and integrating substance abuse and behavioral health to improve health outcomes. Person-centered means that providers listen to the person receiving care, help the person understand their choices, and always affirm that people can be in control of their own lives and recovery. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, play therapy, art therapy, anger management programs, cognitive behavioral therapy, in home intensive therapy, conflict resolution and problem solving skills, stress management and self-esteem building, and more.

New Leaf Behavioral Health

Phone: (919) 781-8370 | New Leaf Behavioral Health is non-profit community mental health organization providing affordable and effective mental health services. Individual counseling can cover issues such as depression, relationship problems, anxiety, anger management, stress management, career adjustments, crisis and trauma, divorce and family issues, eating disorders, and more. Additionally, family, couples, and group therapy are provided. Children and adolescents are also served.

NAMI North Carolina

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) NC's hotline is 1.800.451.9682 (or text at 919.999.9527) and can be reached for crisis resources and information.

Fellowship Health Resources

Phone: (919) 573-6520 | Fellowship Health Resources is a nonprofit that provides behavioral health services to improve the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and addictions. Services include assessment, individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring. Some of the evidence-based practices include Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Wellness Recovery and Management (WRM). Services are available in English and in Spanish.

Triangle Pastoral Counseling

Phone: (919) 845-9977 | Triangle Pastoral Counseling is a diverse and highly-trained staff of pastoral counselors and psychotherapists are committed to enhancing mental health through counseling that integrates cognitive, emotional, physical and spiritual issues. Clients are individuals, couples, families and children. Issues worked with include addictions, anxiety, depression, life transitions, stress, trauma, relationships, and sexuality. There are counselors who are trained to serve the LGBTQ+ community, with issues including coming out, dealing with orientation and/or identity, struggling with hostile cultures (familial and religious), and more.

UNC Psychology Department Community Clinic

Phone: (919) 962-6906 | Email: clinic@unc.edu | The UNC Psychology Department Community Clinic (the Clinic) is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable psychological services to the triangle community and the UNC campus through specialty clinics for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Adult therapy covers issues such as anxiety, grief, anger, academic or vocational functioning, interpersonal relationships, family, self-esteem, and sexual orientation.

Pfeiffer's Marriage and Family Therapy Clinics

Phone: (919) 941-2900 | Pfeiffer Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy (PIMFT) and Pfeiffer Institute Reach are therapy clinics established to provide training opportunities for master's level graduate students in the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Program at Pfeiffer University. Therapist interns provide direct services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Therapy services are provided for depression and anxiety, grief counseling, work and career issues, stress management, life transitions, and more.