Ria Crissinger, MA, LCMHCA
I approach counseling with compassion and curiosity, with the goal of offering space for others to work through difficult emotions and experiences. I encourage those I work with to show the same curiosity and compassion toward themselves as I know this work can be challenging at times, but also exceptionally rewarding.
Dr. Kelly Breen Boyce, Psy.D.
Psychodynamic and psychoanalytic theories offer a comprehensive understanding of human nature. As opposed to other models that try to solve a particular problem or target symptoms, psychoanalysis gets to the heart of the matter. I provide therapy that addresses the whole person, helping the individual to develop inner capacities that can improve relationships as well as foster a richer, more meaningful life.
Dr. Nicole French, Psy.D.
Dr. French sees adults and couples, diverse in ethnicity, religious identification, social class, gender, and sexuality. She collaborates with men and women interested in cultivating curiosity about their experience of themselves (mind and body) and desiring deeper felt connections with others.
Kimberly D. Williams, NCC, LCMHCA
For many of life’s issues, it is helpful to understand what the underlying origin of the problem is in order to facilitate healing. I use the psychodynamic approach to counseling as a means to assist clients with understanding themselves more deeply.
Heather Durham, MA, LCMHCA
My aim is to create an environment marked by authenticity and acceptance, where clients feel the freedom, to be honest, come as they are, and explore whatever struggles they may be facing. In the context of a meaningful therapeutic relationship, clients can come to a greater understanding of self, work through relational difficulties, traumatic life events, and ongoing sources of stress.
Amelia Giller, MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Amelia is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate for Central Psych Charlotte in the state of North Carolina. She is a graduate of the Master of Arts of Christian Counseling Program at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary—Charlotte.
Tiffany Austin, MA, LCMHCA
Tiffany sees individuals throughout the lifespan beginning at 3 years old. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in the state of North Carolina. She graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling.
Karen Rogich, MA
Karen Rogich is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate practicing in the heart of Charlotte, NC. Karen’s therapeutic approach is grounded in psychodynamic/psychoanalytic therapy, which is insight-oriented. Karen collaborates with clients in a holistic and meaningful way, to help them make lasting changes for a healthy, meaningful life.