Directory of Marriage Counselors

Bills Could Bring Stiffer Penalties for Child Abuse ViolationsMarriage counseling can help you and your spouse work through the tough issues which affect your relationship. A good marriage counselor can provide you with the tools you need to work towards having a healthy, happy and peaceful future.

Some of those tools include:

  • Addressing Conflict. Addressing conflict can often be the hardest step to take. Although you and your spouse are a “couple,” you are still individuals – with individual points of view, concerns, insecurities and vulnerabilities. A counselor can objectively evaluate your situation, take both sides into account and formulate an assessment of the origin of your conflict and propose ways to address and resolve it.
  • Improving Communication. Healthy communication goes a long way in a relationship. Unfortunately, that communication sometimes breaks down due to the stresses of jobs, finances, children, families or anything else life throws at you. An “impartial” counselor can help you to facilitate effective ways in which to convey feelings related to disagreements, rather than repressing them until a future, unrelated argument and give you the means to sustain constructive interaction with your spouse.
  • Gaining Understanding. A healthy marriage requires both spouses to be honest, trustful, respectful and treat one another as equals. Counseling can help you gain, or re-gain, the understanding of your spouse’s views in order to accept each other as individuals and a marital unit once again. Both parties must have the desire to nurture the relationship and recognize that each person has individual needs, desires and expectations.
  • Resolving Conflict. A counselor can help you to resolve conflict by giving you the essential skills and tools that empower you, as a couple, to resolve any potential discord in the future. Communication, empathy and respect are some of those skills. These methods can help you develop a new pattern of interaction and insight concerning one other. By utilizing these tools, you and your spouse can grow together and gain the intimate strength of a healthy marriage.

Marriage Counselors in North Carolina

There are hundreds of marriage counselors in North Carolina. Psychology Today has a complete and regularly updated listing of marriage counselors in North Carolina. Here is a listing* of some of those counselors in North Carolina’s metropolitan areas:

Charlotte:

Clarity Counseling Services, Inc

13850 BALLANTYNE Corporate Place
Suite 500
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
(704) 750-8171

Southeast Psych
8840 Blakeney Professional Drive
Suite 200
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
(704) 750-8092

Healing Solutions Counseling Center
10130 Mallard Creek Rd
Suite 300
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
(704) 469-4192

Raleigh / Durham:

Nicole Imbraguglio, PsyD, PLLC
5317 Highgate Drive
Suite 213
Durham, North Carolina 27713
(919) 600-3474

The Maycis Group, PLLC
3308 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd.
Suite 131
Durham, North Carolina 27707
(919) 432-4665

Systemic Health Resources, Inc
1100 Logger Court
G103
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
(800) 755-6309

Whitney Johnson LPC, PLLC
219 N Boylan Ave
Suite 205
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
(919) 842-3673

Wilmington:

Shelley Chambers, LCSW
3205 Randall Parkway
Suite 217
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
(910) 363-2708

Integrated Therapy Associates
3907 Wrightsville Ave
Suite 110
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
(910) 330-4874

Agape Counseling Services, PLLC
3725 Wrightsville Ave, Suite B
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
(910) 248-4054

*These links are provided strictly for informational purposes. We do not endorse any marriage counselors or counseling services listed.

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