Acceptance and Commitment Therapy therapists in Charlotte, North Carolina NC

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Wilmington, North Carolina therapist: Emma Huber, Apricity Bay Therapy, licensed clinical social worker
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Emma Huber, Apricity Bay Therapy

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, EMDR
The decision to explore therapy is brave, can be difficult, and can bring of a variety of feelings in between. I am so glad that you are here and hope to have the opportunity to build a genuine relationship with you based in compassion, honesty, and honoring your life experiences. Therapy should be a place with no judgment, and that is what I hope to give you, along with support, as you work on making life better.  
4 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Belmont, North Carolina therapist: Allison Freeman, counselor/therapist
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Allison Freeman

Counselor/Therapist, LCMHCA
I am neurodivergent therapist specializing in working with neurodivergent (ADHD, Autistic, AuDHD, PDA) womxn and adolescents. My clients describe me as warm, authentic, non-judgmental and caring. My clients often share feedback that they feel seen and understood by me. I prefer to dive as deep as my clients are willing to go into their experiences and challenges as soon as they are ready. I’m not a fan of traditional small talk & sessions with me typically feel to my clients like they’re catching up with their most trusted, safest friend who also provides them with expert insight, education, and guidance through their current challenges.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person Near Charlotte, NC
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Minneapolis, Minnesota therapist: Dr. Sheena Sikorski, psychologist
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Dr. Sheena Sikorski

Psychologist, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist
Do you constantly feel like you're never good enough? Do you feel like you compare yourself to other people and think they're so much better looking or smarter than you? Do you feel like you have to wear a mask and pretend you're someone you're not just to get people to like you, not leave you, or reject you? If you said 'yes' to any or all of these questions, you've come to the right place. These are common signs of perfectionism and people-pleasing, my specialty! If you're ready to roll up your sleeves and put in the work to find and use your voice to share your opinions and needs, feel safe being vulnerable to deepen your emotional connections, and learn how to compassionately hold yourself accountable when you make a mistake, this CAN be your reality with the scientifically based tools you'll learn working with me as your guide. To learn more about working together, reach out by sending me a message through my profile on here. I'm excited to hear from you!  
7 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. John Monopoli, psychologist
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Dr. John Monopoli

Psychologist, PhD
If you’re feeling stuck, isolated, disconnected from others, distracted, frustrated, doing things you don't want to, and seeking change -- let's talk. I see clients for individual therapy, and work primarily with adults between the ages of 18-40 who are experiencing anxiety and depression. Many of my clients are early or mid-career professionals balancing the competing demands of work, family, and friends. My specialties go along with associated challenges in this group: boundaries and relationships, guilt, overthinking, perfectionism, social anxiety, and inattention/problems focusing.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Las Vegas, Nevada therapist: Bamboo Center for Grief, Growth, & Well-being, psychologist
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Bamboo Center for Grief, Growth, & Well-being

Psychologist, PsyD
Hi! My name is Anna Darbonne (pronounced Dahr-bon, like a bonfire), I'm a Clinical Psychologist, author, entrepreneur, and mama. I help high achieving, self-reflective clients to cope with life transitions, feel great about themselves and their lives, and to transform grief or challenging experiences into meaningful personal growth opportunities. I am a firm believer in the healing power of laughter and play, that the best way to care for others is to prioritize caring for ourselves, that relationships don't end at death, and that ice cream is one of the best inventions ever!  
7 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina