in Raleigh, Morrisville, Cary, Apex, and Holly Springs.
When you work with our welcoming and engaging therapists, you can discover new ways to learn how to be happier with yourself and your life. Learn how to accept the past, learn more effective ways to communicate your needs, develop realistic expectations for yourself, and develop strategies for coping with life transitions.
We offer support & treatment for the following issues:
- Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Career and Job issues
- Childhood and Adolescent Behavioral Issues including Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Chronic Pain
- Couples Counseling
- Developmental/Learning Disabilities
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Parenting Concerns
- Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse
- School Problems
- Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Stress and Anger Management
- Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Depression and Other Mood Disorders
- Divorce and Separation
- Eating Disorders
- Grief and Loss including pregnancy loss and infertility issues
- Life Transitions
- Low Self-Esteem
- Marital and Family Relationships
Schedule an Appointment
Please call 919-233-7360 to schedule your appointment or use the online form.
In case of emergency, please call 911.
7406 Chapel Hill Road, Suite F
Raleigh, NC 27607
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208 Premier Drive, Suite 104
Holly Springs, NC 27540
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Important information about
scheduling an appointment
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At Therapeutic Partners, PLLC each therapist personally manages their own schedule of appointments, in lieu of using an answering service or receptionist. This not only protects your confidentially, but also allows you to ask and receive answers to your questions prior to the first visit.
To schedule an appointment with a specific therapist, call 919-233-7360 and ask to speak with the therapist you have identified. If not in session, your therapist can usually return your call fairly quickly. If you are calling for an appointment after normal business hours, you may leave a message and your call will be returned the next business day. You can also use our online form to request an appointment.
If you have not yet identified a particular therapist, please review the background information for each therapist by visiting our staff page. You may also wish to call our office and speak with each therapist individually before you are able to make a decision regarding who will be the best fit for you.
References used in Child Therapy Section:
Carmichael, K. D. (2006). Play therapy: An introduction. Glenview, IL: Prentice Hall.
Gil, E. (1991). The Healing Power of Play. New York: Guilford Press.
Landreth, G. L. (2002). Play therapy: The art of the relationship. New York, NY: BrunnerRuttledge.
Lieberman, F. (1979). Social Work with Children. New York: Human Sciences Press.
O’Connor K. J., Schaefer C. E. (1983). Handbook of play therapy. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Pedro-Carroll, J., Reddy, L. (2005). A preventive play intervention to foster children’s resilience in the aftermath of divorce. In L. Reddy, T. Files-Hall, & C. Schaefer (Eds.), Empirically based play interventions for children. (pp.51-75). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Reddy, L., Files-Hall, T., Schaefer, C. E. (Eds.), Empirically based play interventions for Children. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.