Being that we reside in Charlotte, we know that living here isn't always easy, and at times it may be hard to connect to others. Integrative Therapy Group of Charlotte is a space away from the chaos to explore your life with openness and curiosity, rather than self-judgment or an aim to analyze.
Our practice is founded with the focus on providing a safe space to show up authentically and delve into your challenges. Our therapy style is warm, collaborative, and non-judgmental and welcome individuals of all genders, races, countries of origin, sexual orientations, religions, abilities, and body sizes.
Let us assist you in generating the meaningful change that you are seeking.
At Integrative Therapy Group of Charlotte, we believe that effective psychotherapy can not only relieve unpleasant symptoms and concerns but can also change a person.
Our approach includes a focus on assisting adult clients gain deeper awareness into themselves. To learn and understand how their past and present effect the way they experience their present and future.
We believe, the more a client understands how and why they think and feel the way they do, the easier it becomes to use that insight to make better choices in life, work, and relationships.
Isn't time to Resolve Your Challenges, and Enrich Your Life?
Meaningful therapy depends on the powerful interpersonal relationship between the client and clinician, which is one of the many reasons why we work together to create a profound and significant connection.
Once we learn of your challenges, we will collaborate and choose the appropriate approach for you, based on your individual situation and needs. Each client will have their own personalized treatment plan, as a guide to enhance their growth and healing.
Through therapy, clients find themselves expanding insight, achieving deeper self-awareness, and making healthy and effective choices, leading to meaningful developments in their lives.
CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses on challenging and changing cognitive distortions and behaviors, improving emotional regulation, and the development of personal coping strategies that target solving current problems.
DBT Dialectical Behavior Therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy but it prioritizes acceptance and emotional regulation. You can expect to work on developing skills to cope with distressing or challenging situations and deal with the accompanying difficult emotions.
ACT Acceptance and Commitment Therapy teaches mindfulness skills to help individuals live and behave in ways consistent with personal values while developing psychological flexibility.
HT Humanistic Therapy is a mental health approach that emphasizes the importance of being your true self in order to lead the most fulfilling life. It's based on the principle that everyone has their own unique way of looking
at the world. This view can impact your choices and actions.
PT Positive Therapy's core focus is on moving away from what’s ‘wrong’ or the negative aspects of an individual, and instead move towards what’s good and positive. by increasing positive emotion, engagement, and meaning rather than directly targeting depressive symptoms.
RRT Rapid Reduction Technique® is a gentle memory management skill that removes the emotional charge, triggers, and intensity of your flashback or memory. RRT® allows your brain to protectively revisit, process, reset, and make emotional closure. Once the RRT® is completed, the memory is placed into the long-term memory bank without the emotional charge. Now, if the memory is pulled up into consciousness, it has no adverse emotional effect
LGBTQ - Male Only Process
Exploration of the trauma, shame, alienation, isolation, and neglect that occurs to gays as children, and exploring emotional disorders, pathology, and some personality disorders resulting from a lifetime of closeted dissociation, while trying to adapt to the sexual and romantic orientation that others expect.
Bi-sexual Process Group
Work with bi-sexual clients and addressing the emotions of anger, depression, and grief and the bi-sexual challenges of isolation, finding community, dealing with bi-erasure and social issues with coming out. Clarifying bi-sexual clients reality to better understand what "bi-sexual" means to them.
Trans Clients Process Group
Work with trans clients in all stages of coming out with the purpose of meeting and balancing the needs of trans clients within the existing public gender expression.
Male Sexual Abuse Group
The therapeutic focus on clients who were sexually traumatized as boys, as well as the aftermath of men who were raped as adults, and the possible concomitant treatment for addiction and/or sexual compulsiveness.
Male Sexual Addiction Group
Working with clients struggling with sex addiction and understanding the challenges and ramifications. Treatment for chronic emotional disorders with the understanding that long-term change and healing are possible.
Families Embracing LGBTQ Group
Group will assist families with gay and trans children to build bridges with their child across such a turbulent and difficult topic. Families have their own coming out process and will address the sudden realization that may of their hopes and dreams for their gay family member are lost.