Psychological and
Educational Services

How we work

You deserve an accurate evaluation based on data rather than opinion.

That’s why we specialize in a goal-oriented approach that offers you practical feedback.
Our evaluation tools let you know your therapist understands you fully – plus you’ll come to know yourself better too!

Unique in the community

An entire team devoted to
your well-being.

For more than 30 years, our diverse staff and integrated treatment model is why local doctors and professionals trust us to treat their referred patients with care.


We offer a diverse array of services difficult to find in one place in the Triangle area. To augment our work with adults, children, parents and couples, we offer specialty approaches:


Assessment/Testing - accurate diagnosis up front means more targeted treatment to help foster progress.


Hypnotherapy - use the power of your mind for healing, self-exploration and change.


Groups - learn new skills in a supportive environment.


Neurofeedback - brain training to improve focus and concentration, support peak performance and create lasting change.


DBT - skills training teaches mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness and emotional regulation.


EMDR - mind-body therapy for moving through trauma, transforming negative beliefs and letting go of the past.


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DBT Family Skills Group
Dealing with an emotionally sensitive child or adolescent can be challenging, aggravating and bewildering.  Parents often struggle with managing their own feelings and needs while remaining connected and compassionate to these sensitive children who seem to demand so much....

If you are not having a "great" day, is it your fault?
Can anyone identify when the seemingly standard farewell changed from “Have a nice day,” to “Have a great day?” And did people’s experiences of their day actually get better either during or after that transition? ....

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."

- Anais Nin

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