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Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, grief, addiction, anxiety, or major life changes? Have you identified positive changes that you desire to make in your life, and would like some support in navigating those changes? Whatever brought you here, there comes a time when we can benefit from the help of a certified professional to help cope with many of life’s challenges. My name is Alexis Brightman and I’m a psychologist in the Charlotte area, and I’d love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery.

Guiding You On the Path of Self-Healing

Perhaps you've been feeling down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to offer support. Therapy is a unique and beautiful process of growth and self-discovery. In my therapy sessions I promote behavioral transformation by validating your emotional experiences, encouraging a positive outlook, and assisting in the the adoption of new attitudes and feelings. Whether you’re going through anxiety and depression, a hard relationship, or trying to overcome an addiction - I have the tools and professional experience to help you get ahead.

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Thanks for visiting the website for Younoia Counseling and Psychological services! I'm hopeful that this site will provide you with helpful and valuable information as you navigate your interests or curiosities in relation to therapeutic care. As this website continues to develop, I'm hopeful that you will get the chance to learn more about me and my personal investment in the field of mental health, as well as gain access to helpful clinical resources. 

I'm not sure what brought you to this page, but I'm sincerely grateful that you came and I welcome the opportunity to explore how we can work together in meeting your therapeutic needs. Remember, your breakthrough begins with YOU!

Until then, I wish you all the best!

Alexis Brightman

"The act of revealing oneself fully to another and still being accepted may be the major vehicle of therapeutic help."

Irvin D. Yalom

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