Who we are
One-Eighty Counseling, P.A. is a provider of Mental Health counseling and Psychological testing. We offer comprehensive counseling and testing services for school aged children, pre-teens, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Our team of therapists have extensive experience helping people identify and overcome a broad range of mental health concerns. When you meet with one of our providers you will receive the highest quality of professional service combined with a comfortable atmosphere. Our counselors, providers, and therapists provide a supportive environment to meet you where you are and help you or your loved one Turn Your Life Around.
One-Eighty Counseling, P.A. is passionate about delivering the highest quality of professional services to individuals, families or couples impacted by mental health concerns. We feel successful when we have helped you identify and overcome these issues. We make it our goal to adhere to the following values: Respect & Dignity – We treat all individuals with highest respect and dignity; Excellence & Professionalism – The quality of our psychological services dictate our success; Integrity – We adhere to ethical guidelines promoted by our individual licensing boards at all times.
One-Eighty Counseling, P.A. will be synonymous with quality mental health counseling services. We will be known for the excellence of our services delivered by the highest qualified therapists & psychologists in our area. Our reputation precedes us and we plan to continue with such excellence. We will be the leader in outpatient mental health & psychological services in Garner, Raleigh, Clayton, Cary, Apex, Benson, Holly Springs, Willow Spring, Morrisville, Angier, Fuquay-Varina, Kenly, Selma, Wilson Mill’s, Princeton and surrounding areas. We have four locations to serve you.
Referrals for Therapy
Individuals and families are referred to One-Eighty Counseling, P.A. from a number of different sources, including medical doctors, community based organizations, churches, schools, Health & Human Services departments, psychiatric hospitals, and other mental health practitioners. You do not necessarily have to have a referral from one of these sources. Word of mouth from former or current clients is one of the best ways individuals are referred to our practice.
WHAT WE ARE SAYING
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Business of the Year 2017
Local award, presented by the Cleveland Area Chamber of Commerce