Lisa Kelledy, PhD:
Lisa is a Marriage and Family Therapist that works with individuals, couples, and families. Her thoughts on therapy is as follows:
“I believe that people sometimes encounter challenging times in their lives and in their relationships. My goal is to help clients incorporate ways to minimize the discomforts they experience and build successful plans of action to enhance their lives.”
“My focus for couples counseling includes communication issues, conflict resolution and infidelity. I also work with life challenges and circumstances that create an imbalance in a person’s life. From my perspective, therapy is to help you develop ways to enhance the quality of your life.”
Lisa has a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy and has 15+ years of experience. She is on some health insurance panels that could cover your individual and family sessions. She also see clients via an online therapy format for clients who meet the requirements.
Drew Jamieson, PhD:
I typically take an approach that seeks to find the resources and strengths that a person/family has that have worked in the past to confront the challenges they face today. I hope to create a safe and comfortable place while maintaining the best in quality practice.I typically take an approach that seeks to find the resources and strengths that a person/family has that have worked in the past to confront the challenges they face today. I hope to create a safe and comfortable place while maintaining the best in quality practice. As a marriage and family therapist, I am trained to view the life context of any individual, couple, or family sitting in front of me. It is important to understand how the unit interacts with its environment and the environment with the unit.
At times in the development of our relationships with our partner, we can find ourselves running into obstacles that challenge our relationships.
A chronic illness condition often impacts a person’s life with challenges and can create an imbalance in a person’s life.
Individual therapy is a space to work through life adjustments and create space for change in your life.
When challenges arise, family therapists provide a safe space to explore the differences and build new connections.
Sometimes in life, a person may find themselves needing therapy for the treatment of an addiction.
Greensboro Family Therapy and Wellness Center
Address: 2309 W. Cone Blvd. #202, Greensboro, NC 27408
Phone Number: 336-317-7157
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org