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[/slide][/slider][/one_half][one_half last=”yes” class=”” id=””][accordian class=”accordian_video_edit” id=””][toggle title=”Who We Are ” open=”no”]Our Asheville, NC therapy office has licensed therapists who help people find healthy ways to understand and resolve life issues. Whether through individual counseling, marriage counseling or couples therapy, our Asheville, NC therapists can help you figure out how to move forward and make healthier choices in your life.
Individuals will find a safe environment to explore issues and develop a better understanding of their choices and current life challenges. Issues can range from depression, anxiety, relationships challenges, or any life circumstance that is painful and repeating. After developing better clarity of your life issues, your therapist can help you develop skills and strategies that can have a positive effect on your life. Finding a good therapist can really make the difference, together you can find a solution-focused approach to living a happy and fulfilling life.
Our therapists teach relationship skills to couples, whether married or unmarried, slowing things down to help both parties achieve a deeper understanding of each other. It’s important to find a balanced approach to working on a relationship; both parties need to take responsibility for the love, respect and health in their relationship. Your therapists can guide this process and help you develop a strategy that will help you find the happiness and peace you both deserve.
We are experts in solution-focused therapy, and all of our therapists are committed to furthering their expertise through ongoing education. We also offer online counseling for your convenience.[/toggle][toggle title=”Asheville, NC Therapist Bios ” open=”no”]Amy Morgan, LCSW
Amy has the natural ability to make clients feel comfortable and at ease in her therapy practice. Her non-judgmental approach entails working toward understanding your experiences and how they have impacted your relationships – whether that relationship is with yourself, your child, your friend, or your partner. In her couples work, Amy assists couples in improving trust, strengthening loving boundaries, and enhancing communication so that you feel heard and understood. In addition to working with individuals and couples, a passion of Amy’s is working with parents on parenting issues. Being a parent is one of the most complex jobs that is most often done according to our experiences as children. Finding one’s own voice as a parent is an important part of the parenting journey.
Amy’s relationship-based training includes a Masters degree in Social Work as well as a Masters degree in Child Development. This training gives Amy the unique ability to view relationships on a continuum and to treat your relationships with the attention and care they deserve.[/toggle][toggle title=”Fees – Insurance – Office Photos” open=”no”]Individual per session Fee $120
Couple counseling per session fee: $140
First of all, everyone runs into challenges in their life, and it’s important for me to say this, because I think a lot of times in our culture we feel that it’s not okay to reach out and ask for help. And I actually think it is. Everyone runs into challenges. Reaching out to a licensed professional can be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made. We’ve helped a lot of people work through very difficult times in their lives, and we have a wealth of experience to draw from.
When you come in to your first session, we’re probably going to ask you a lot about your thoughts, your feelings, your opinions about what’s going on in your life around the life issue that you’re having. We’re going to have a dialogue. It’s going to be very interactive, much like a conversation. And I think clients find that very relaxing, and it really puts them almost like in a place where we’re having a conversation and it makes it a little less scary, I think, coming into therapy.
But what we’re going in that conversation is getting to know you. We want to get to the heart of the matter. And once we do, we’re going to, with your help, create a roadmap to move forward in your life in a healthy way. We’re going to reach you skills and tools that will be necessary to take those steps. We’re going to talk about that during our sessions, but of course, we’re going to help you take those tools out into your life where they matter most, of course, in your own pace, in your own time.
A good first step could be just to pick up the phone and give us a call. You could talk to the therapist on the phone that you would be seeing to see if you’re comfortable with them before you make a decision. I highly recommend that. Tell them a little bit about what’s going on in your life. You could ask them questions about when they’re available, both day and night. And I want you to feel comfortable with the person before making an appointment.
We also have a lot of videos and articles on our website. This is a great tool for you. You can look up life issues that you’re currently going through, and perhaps get some suggestions that would be helpful. You also are going to get an idea of the kinds of advice that we can give.
And, of course, please pick up the phone and reach out if you’d like to take the next step in your life. We’re here to help. Thank you so much.[/toggle][/accordian][/one_half][/fullwidth][fullwidth backgroundcolor=”no” backgroundimage=”” backgroundrepeat=”no-repeat” backgroundposition=”left top” backgroundattachment=”scroll” bordersize=”0px” bordercolor=”” borderstyle=”solid” paddingtop=”45px” paddingbottom=”45px” paddingleft=”0px” paddingright=”0px” menu_anchor=”” class=”” id=””][one_half last=”no” class=”” id=””][title size=”2″ content_align=”left” style_type=”double” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Counseling Specialties[/title][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”small” class=”Speciallist” id=””][li_item icon=””]Interpersonal Issues[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Marriage Counseling & Couples Therapy[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Relationship and Intimacy Issues[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Premarital Counseling[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Sexual and Emotional Disconnect[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Infidelity[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Parenting[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Fighting and Defensiveness[/li_item][li_item icon=””]LGBTQ Adults[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Life & Career Transition[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Life & Career Transition[/li_item][/checklist][/one_half][one_half last=”yes” class=”” id=””][title size=”2″ content_align=”left” style_type=”double” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Asheville Therapist Locations[/title][map address=”70 Woodfin Pl, #211 Asheville, NC 28801″ type=”roadmap” map_style=”default” overlay_color=”” infobox=”default” infobox_background_color=”” infobox_text_color=”” infobox_content=”” icon=”” width=”100%” height=”300px” zoom=”10″ scrollwheel=”yes” scale=”yes” zoom_pancontrol=”yes” popup=”yes” class=”” id=””][/map]
Relationship Counseling Center
70 Woodfin Pl, #211
Asheville, NC 28801
Phone: (828) 365-6229
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