Therapists by Expertise

All of our therapists work with depression, anxiety, bipolar, stress, grief, and relationships.

Those who have additional expertise are listed in the charts below.

Winston-Salem

104 Cambridge Plaza Dr

1615 Polo Rd

713 SW Marshall St

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Clemmons

2235-A Lewisville-Clemmons Road

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Greensboro

1901 Adams Farm Parkway

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Boone

379 New Market Blvd

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“I never thought I’d find a place that really cares and knows what they’re doing like this place does.”

Google Reviewer

“I drive almost four hours to come to the Mood Treatment Center and it’s worth it. Warm, engaging, knowledgeable and responsive… the best care I’ve ever had.”

Google Reviewer

“Excellent care, short wait times, calming atmosphere!”

Google Reviewer

“As a medical professional, I can’t even put into words how impressed I am with The Mood Treatment Center. I’ve scheduled online, communicated by email, requested refills online and have had nothing but amazing, outstanding, exceptional service. I have been treated like I’m the only patient there.” 

−S.C., Facebook Reviewer

I came to the center in really bad shape. I am now able to have more positive control over my emotions. I am able to handle everyday life, and problems in a positive manner without getting so worked up. Thank you!” 

−M.L., Facebook Reviewer

After 30 years of misery… my life is the best it’s ever been! By far recommend this place to anyone and everyone that has any issues! For once I’ve found doctors that actually listen to me.” 

−P.K., Facebook Reviewer

“I really did not think a “mood treatment center” was for me; however, all that has changed. My life has improved and I now see that things I once thought were insurmountable are really just speed bumps.” 

−B.H., Facebook Reviewer

“I never received the correct treatment until I found the Mood Treatment Center. I am in such a better place now than I have been in 15 years.” 

−A.G., Facebook Reviewer

My psychiatrist at the Mood Treatment Center spent incredible amounts of time on the phone with me, and has given me wonderful advice and has literally saved my life.” 

Google Reviewer

I’ve seen a handful of counselors and two other psychiatrists over the past few years and none of them have compared to what I’ve found at the Mood Treatment Center. I feel like I’m finally getting my life back on track.” 

Google Reviewer

“I have never felt so backed by a treatment team before. By being in the same building, my psychiatrist and therapist are able to communicate about the best treatment plan for me.” 

Google Reviewer

“I have been to a lot of doctors and therapists and this place was the first that was really able to help me. It was nice to be able to get therapy and medication in the same place, and they don’t just push medication.” 

Google Reviewer

“When we found the Mood Treatment Center my son improved greatly. They got him on the right meds, encouraged him, and always had a kind word.” 

Google Reviewer

“They take a very holistic approach and don’t push medication. My therapist and doctor worked together to help me get off a lot of meds that I didn’t need.” 

Google Reviewer

“At the Mood Treatment Center they don’t just tell you what you have and what you have to take. They work with you. They helped me understand my diagnosis better and found a med that’s right for me. They’ve always responded to my questions and requests. When I email I usually get a response in a few hours, even on the weekend.”

Google Reviewer

“The Mood Treatment Center was a really warm place where I received care from someone who was both extremely knowledgeable and compassionate. The facility was comfortable and easy to find. I would highly recommend it!”

Google Reviewer

“My experience with the Mood Treatment Center and its staff has been great. From scheduling to therapy, I recommend them wholeheartedly.”

Google Reviewer

“Easiest new patient setup I’ve done.”

Google Reviewer

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“Be brave; be strong; take your pills. Exercise because it’s good for you even if every step weighs a thousand pounds.”

Andrew Solomon • The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression

“Denouncing these medicines makes as much sense as denouncing the immorality of motor oil. Without them, sooner or later the bipolar brain will go bang.”

David Lovelace • Scattershot: My Bipolar Family

“There is no harm in taking medication as it is utilizing the wisdom God gives to doctors. But it is also your responsibility to build faith for healing while using medication.”

Paul Silway • Pastor

“Being bipolar can be an all-consuming challenge, requiring a lot of stamina and even more courage, so if you’re living with this illness and functioning at all, it’s something to be proud of, not ashamed of. They should issue medals along with the steady stream of medication.”

Carrie Fisher • Actor and Author