"I love this work. Private practice psychotherapy has been my vocation for 22 years. It's an honor & a privilege to hold a safe, confidential space where cl
"My hope for both you and me is to feel whole and connected, living fully and gratefully in the moment. This could manifest itself in many ways in your lif
"I have been working as a psychotherapist for 28 years. My specialties include helping people who are in transition, be that a new job, a relationship cha
"My wish for you is to find emotional relief. This is a very good place to start. I imagine you are a bit ambivalent about seeking therapy. Be brave and fin
"I have passionately supported people through transition, healing and growth for over twenty years. I am the founder of Grow Well, which currently offers ps
"Anxiety allows living things to survive by providing a fast and forceful response to threat in the environment, either physical or emotional. But at times,
"I endeavor to learn as much as I can about the internal landscape-- thoughts, feelings, beliefs, personality, temperament-- of people who come to me for as
"I incorporate clinical hypnosis and expressive arts therapies and other creative approaches within the context of Creativity and Life Coaching. I maintaine
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"I view my work with clients as a partnership. By taking a strengths-based approach and drawing on concepts from cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational
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Chapel Hill is a town in Orange County, North Carolina. It has a land area of 21 square miles. The town was founded in 1792. Chapel Hill is one anchor of North Carolina’s Research Triangle.
Chapel Hill has a population of 59,200 people. The ethnic composition of the population is 68% white, 13% Asian, 10% black, and 6% Hispanic. The median age is 25.7.
Foreign-born individuals make up 16% of the Chapel Hill population. Roughly 21% of residents speak a foreign language at home. An estimated 3,200 Spanish speakers, 2,700 Chinese speakers, and 1,000 Korean speakers live in Chapel Hill.
People in Chapel Hill earn an average annual wage of $38,900. Roughly 75% of residents age 25 or older have a bachelor’s degree. Over 20% of Chapel Hill residents live in poverty.
Suicide is a concern in Orange County, North Carolina. The county had 62 suicide-related deaths from 2011 to 2015. Eleven of these fatalities occurred in 2015.
In September 2017, Chapel Hill held an open training session on suicide prevention. Attendees
learned the strategies of QPR, or Question, Persuade, and Refer. These tactics are designed to help people considering suicide get treatment.
Chapel Hill holds a support group for residents who have lost a loved one to suicide. Sessions are free and occur every other Thursday.