Who we are
One-Eighty Counseling, PA exists to be a place where anyone of any walk of life can find a therapist to meet their needs. We achieve this mission through the diversity in our practice. Our providers are not only diverse in race, gender, ethnicity and personal backgrounds but also diverse in licensures, specializations and treatment modalities.
We are passionate about squashing the stigma around seeking mental health treatment. We deliver the highest quality of mental health services to individuals, families or couples. We feel successful when we have helped you or your loved one identify and overcome these struggles.
We make it our goal to adhere to the following values:
Respect & Dignity: We affirm all individuals, couples and families as valuable humans and strive to treat all with the highest level of respect and dignity; Excellence & Professionalism: The quality of our mental health services dictate our success. Integrity: We adhere to ethical guidelines promoted by our individual licensing boards at all times.
One-Eighty Counseling, PA is synonymous with quality and professional outpatient mental health and substance use/addiction counseling services. We are known for the excellence of our services delivered by diverse and licensed therapists, social workers, marriage and family therapists and psychologists. Our reputation precedes us and we plan to continue with such excellence. We strive to be the leader in outpatient mental health and substance use/addiction services in Garner, Raleigh, Clayton, Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, Benson, Fuquay-Varina, Selma, Smithfield and Angier. We have 5 locations to serve you.
Referrals for TherapyIndividuals 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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