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Trauma and PTSD Psychiatrists in Fayetteville
Post-Traumatic Stress

Area auto-widened to the state of North Carolina - no Psychiatrists were found in the city of Fayetteville, NC
Gary Peterson, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, DLFAPA, DFAACAP
“Dr. Peterson is a Board Certified psychiatrist in private practice. He uses integrative psychotherapy approaches to promote focused, deep emotional resolution resulting in reconsolidation of memory - the neurobiological mechanism of change. Overwhelming triggering experiences in the present can be dissolved by developing self-soothing skills and by resolving the early foundations of currently disturbing triggering events. In this psychotherapy, psychodynamic approaches are supported by CBT, EMDR Therapy, Somatic Experiencing Therapy, energy psychotherapies (EFT, TFT, CEP, AIT) and mindfulness methods. Balancing, centering, and calming methods are introduced during the beginning sessions and reinforced throughout therapy.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 929-1171
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Nancy L Smith, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, BC
“Is your life a struggle? Are your relationships not going the way you want? Give yourself a minute right now and take a deep breath. Good! Now, imagine that your life and your relationships are just the way you want. What needs to change so you get the life and love you want? Next, open yourself up to the belief that you have everything you need to create the life and love you want, you just aren't aware of it yet. Finally, gather support for yourself and prepare for an exciting journey of self discovery.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 695-9064
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Kernan Manion, Psychiatrist  in Wilmington
“Unfortunately, my clinical psychiatry practice is currently closed due to re-location.
Trauma and PTSD
(910) 817-0425
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
“I am dedicated to supporting my patients reach their potential and lead successful, fulfilling lives. My goal is to help those I serve perform at their highest level with minimal medication side-effects.
Trauma and PTSD
(704) 256-8278
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Rex Moody, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, DFAPA, DABPN
“I work to understand with you your experience - in the here and now. Through your self-observations, I work to understand with you how your experience affects your current life- your work, your relationships and your play. I work to understand with you how what you go through has developed. Through greater self-understanding, we work to change what you want to change.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 648-0479
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Barry Ostrow, Psychiatrist  in Raleigh
“It has been 40 years since I began practicing Psychiatry. For the past 33 years my practice has also included Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic thinking considers a person's development, dreams, and unconscious life. It deepens the evaluation and psychotherapy whether sessions are once a week or four times a week. Therapy is a joint undertaking for both the patient and therapist. It is an adventure and challenge. The therapist and patient are affected and changed by the process. It allows for a deeper emotional understanding and appreciation for who a person is; and how much more a person can become.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 407-8212
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Behrouz Namdari, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“My treatment philosophy is to integrate both medication management and psychotherapy to help optimize life satisfaction and engagement in valued based living. I believe pairing medications with psychotherapy maximizes symptom resolution and helps maintain benefits. I have been trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, and supportive psychotherapies. I have also received certification from Duke University in providing consultation and administering electroconvulsive therapy.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 794-3659
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Jennifer Segura, Psychiatrist  in Charlotte
“My goal is to provide compassionate, non-judgmental, comprehensive, high quality care tailored to meet your individual needs. You need someone who is patient, willing to listen and to take the time to understand what you are going through. I will take the time to get to know you, to answer your questions, and to learn about your goals related to relationships and family, support networks, work, personal interests, spirituality, quality of life, physical health and wellness. Together we can decide on a plan that works for you.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 800-0584
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
“Are you suffering from emotional or behavioral challenges? Mental health issues impact the whole person and affect family life and physical health. But the good news is that there is help and today full recovery is possible with effective treatment and care. I will work with you in delivering evidenced based mental health services and patient-centered care, including but not limited to comprehensive assessment, medication management and therapy. I am Board certified in Adult and general psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and also have Fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Trauma and PTSD
(910) 802-9124
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
“I believe that each individual possesses an innate capacity for recovery and growth.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 582-7431
Cary, North Carolina 27518
Malcolm Noell McLeod, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I have practiced psychiatry and psychoanalysis in THE SAME OFFICE for many years. If you are suffering emotionally, I believe there is no substitute for talking with an experienced psychotherapist. Many of my patients find that bringing dimly lit childhood memories out of the shadows and understanding them is life-changing, even life-saving. In addition to psychotherapy, many people also benefit from medications, which I prescribe for anxiety, depression, insomnia, ADHD, PTSD, and OCD. For people who cannot tolerate medication side effects, I suggest alternative strategies.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 344-0770
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Jennifer Susan Colvin, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a board certified psychiatrist and trained in both Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. I also have a PhD in Neuroscience. My office is near Duke East Campus. I provide comprehensive evaluations and evidence-based medication treatment and psychotherapy for a wide variety of conditions in people of all ages.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 289-8028
Durham, North Carolina 27705
David Balis Patton, Psychiatrist  in Charlotte
“I am co-founder of Pediatric & Family Behavioral Health, PLLC, (PFBH)- a psychiatry clinic located in South Charlotte. PFBH specializes in the psychiatric treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. We are an evidence-based clinic that deals primarily in medication management & psychotherapy. We have experience in treating Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Substance Abuse, Personality Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tic DIsorder, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity DIsorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder & Psychosis. My professional training includes an adult psychiatry residency through Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, as well as a fellowship in child & adolescent psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center.
Trauma and PTSD
(980) 223-4216
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Peter Z. Perault, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I am a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in Chapel Hill with 25 years experience helping people to heal and transform emotional distress by talking freely and deeply about their lives. As a physician, I understand when medications may be needed to heal physiologic emotional distress. But I also know that a person who is listened and responded to with deep understanding will become clearer, stronger and freer to grow -- within themselves, in their relationships and in their work. This unique, personal therapeutic experience often leads to the most complete and lasting cure, and success in life.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 924-0977
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Vinay Saranga, Psychiatrist  in Apex
“Childhood is a time of innocence and wonder. A time of discovering the world, and learning about oneself. But what happens when that innocence is marred by mental illness or emotional disturbance? How can you tell if a child is needing treatment or just in a difficult phase? It's easy to miss the signs. As parents we tend to take things as they come, and we learn as we go. If you have a child who cries often and hard, it may be that this is his way of dealing with frustration or tension in his life.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 729-5215
Apex, North Carolina 27502
Eric D Morse, Psychiatrist  in Raleigh
“Dr. Eric Morse was Board Certified in General Psychiatry in 2003 and Addiction Psychiatry in 2004. Dr. Morse helps people recover from many addictions and mental illnesses. He has a busy Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) maintenance program for opioid dependence within his private practice in Carolina Performance at the American Institute of Healthcare and Fitness. Dr. Morse works for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the American Society of Addiction Medicine's (ASAM) Physician Clinical Support System as a mentor to help train physicians on the proper treatment of opioid dependence and directs local opioid treatment programs.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 229-8245 x1
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
Libba Carpenter Wells, Psychiatric Nurse  in Hillsborough
“Are you personally feeling stuck? Have you experienced a major loss or change that is challenging your previous sense of balance? As a couple, are you having a hard time hearing each other or even wondering whether you can stay together? Are you ready to make the commitment to spend the time, energy, and money needed to work in therapy to make the changes that you desire? Give me a call and let's talk about what you're experiencing, what you're needing, and how we might work together to help you meet your goals.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 429-7030
Hillsborough, North Carolina 27278
Cheryl H. Yanuck, MD, PC, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“If you suffer from depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma, self-esteem problems, relationship issues, or stress management difficulties, I can help. PLEASE CONTACT ME BY PHONE (NOT E-MAIL) AT (919)493-0406. Offering both psychotherapy and medication management, I can provide all aspects of mental health care for most individuals. I help my patients learn to release shame and self-criticism so they can lead happier lives. I also see some clients of psychotherapists whom I trust for medication management. Together, we pick the approach that fits your needs and your time frame.
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 493-0406
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Neuropsychiatric Care Center, Psychiatrist  in Greensboro
“My name is Mojeed Akintayo(aka Dr. A). I am a practicing psychiatrist who has recently opened a practice in Greensboro, NC. I completed my medical education at College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria. I proceeded to Columbia University, Harlem Hospital Center in New York City where I completed my training in Adult Psychiatry. I attended fellowship training in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY. I am Board Certified in Adult and general Psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I have worked as a staff psychiatrist at various hospitals.
Trauma and PTSD
(336) 397-4428
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
“Please visit my website http://www.braininjuryexpert.com
Trauma and PTSD
(919) 926-9449
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609

Trauma and PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress) Psychiatrists
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological reaction that occurs after an extremely stressful event, such as physical violence or military combat. Those suffering from PTSD have recurring memories of the stressful event and are anxious or scared even in the absence of danger. Flashbacks and nightmares are common symptoms as well.

If you're looking for help with PTSD in Fayetteville or for a Fayetteville PTSD Psychiatrist these professionals provide PTSD therapy and PTSD treatment. They include PTSD Psychiatrists, PTSD psychologists, PTSD psychotherapists and PTSD counselors. They can help with all aspects of post traumatic stress disorder in Fayetteville, PTSD symptoms, veterans PTSD and PTSD children.

If you're looking for help with trauma Psychiatry in Fayetteville or for a Fayetteville trauma Psychiatrist these professionals provide trauma therapy, trauma treatment and Fayetteville trauma counseling. They include trauma Psychiatrists, trauma psychologists and trauma counselors. They can help with Fayetteville trauma symptoms, veterans trauma and trauma children.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Fayetteville is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Fayetteville Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Fayetteville specialize in age groups (so check for Fayetteville child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Fayetteville). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Fayetteville, or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Fayetteville Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.