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Important Reminder

PSYCHOTHERAPISTS AND COUNSELORS

CHARLOTTE

Black Mental Health Clinicians and Resources

CHARLOTTE

CONCORD

  • Alanna Brewton, breathecharlotte@gmail.com Concord 704-782-3050 Addiction Specialist and Yoga Instructor
  • Teresa Phillips, Grace Counseling  704-783-6044

CRISIS HOTLINES:

DAVIDSON

GASTONIA

  • Deborah Harris, Healing & Hope Counseling Center, 704-865-8722. healingandhopecounselingcenter.com.
  • Meredith Garrison, Healing & Hope Counseling Center, 704-865-8722, Children and Adolescent Therapy, Play Therapy
  • New Hope Counseling & Wellness Center, 704-208-1865, Ext 2, www.newhopecounselingandwellness.com

HUNTERSVILLE

PINEVILLE/MATTHEWS

MOORESVILLE

  • Kandace Andrews, 704-360-0346, Child Therapist

PSYCHIATRISTS AND OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES

CHARLOTTE

CONCORD

DAVIDSON

CHAPEL HILL

Chiropractic/Integrated Medicine

DBT Therapy

  • Kimberly Krueger and Associates, EBT & Eating Disorders, Southlake Counseling 704-896-7776, Davidson
  • Scott Trotter, DBT Therapy, 704-540-7030, www.healthgrades.com, Charlotte

Divorce Care

Domestic Violence

Eating Disorders

  • NewId program Kim Hemsley www.newid.org Outpatient , Charlotte
  • Timberline Knolls 1.877-706-5922www.timberlineknolls.com  Inpatient, 40 Timberline Dr, Lemont, IL. 60439
  • Mercy Ministries www.mercyministries.org Inpatient Ages 13-28, Nashville, TN,615-831-6987
  • Origins Behavioral Health Care, 844-258-4673, West Palm Beach, Florida, origins recovery.com, Kinsley-Marissa O’Garrow, kogarrow@originrecovery.com
  • Living Well, Tina Weiner, Mental Health Facility, www.livingwellcc.net, Huntersville
  • Kimberly Krueger and Associates, EBT & Eating Disorders, Southlake Counseling 704-896-7776, Davidson
  • Renfrew Center , Eating Disorders, 704-366-1264 Outpatient in Charlotte/Inpatient in Fl and PA
  • Ann Siegel,  South Charlotte, 704-491-5273, Eating Disorders
  • Charlotte Center For Balanced Living, Amy Combs, 704-378-1390, www.charlottebalance.com

Find a Therapist

Grief Counseling/Support Groups

  • Kindermourn, Grief Counseling, 1320 Harding Place, Charlotte, 28204, 704-376-2580 info@kindermourn.org
  • H.U.G.S., Grief Counseling for those who have lost someone to suicide, www.hugscharlotte.com
  • GRASP, Grief Counseling for those who have lost someone to addiction, grasphelp.org
  • Widowed Group – St. Gabriel Catholic Church. 6:00-7:30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Contact: 704-543-7677 xt. 1073 or www.stgabrielchurch.org/support-groups
  • Healing Hearts – St. Matthews Catholic Church 11am – 12:30pm, 2nd Monday of the month. Contact 704-543-7677 xt. 1073 or www.stmatthewcatholic.org/support/support-groups
  • Novant Health Hospice and Palliative Care. Contact 704-384-6478
  • Hospice and Palliative Care – Contact: 704-335-4334
  • LIFT (Living Information For Today) Contact: 800-343-4464
  • The Compassionate Friends support group for parents grieving the loss of a child. 7:00pm, 3rd Tuesday of each month. Contact 704-315-6913 or www.tcfocharlotte.org
  • Footprints Ministry for parents grieving the death of a child.  Contact Jerry Mudge 704-688-0389
  • Elizabeth Ministry for parents who have lost a baby. Contact 704-543-7677 ext. 1007
  • First Candle – National SIDS Hotline. Contact: 800-221-7437.
  • Grief Share, to find a location go to www.griefshare.org
  • Compassionate Friends, to find a location go to www.compassionatefriends.org

INPATIENT- Addiction/Dual Diagnosis

IOP (Intensive Outpatient) – Addiction

Pastoral Marriage/Couple Care

  • Roland & Tammy Martinez rmartinez@lifecharlotte.com 704-560-3327, Charlotte
  • Marc and Cortney Donelson, Basic Idea Ministries Encourager Couple and Marriage Small Group Leaders. Huntersville. For more information, contact us at cortney@cortneydonelson.com. 
  • Wellness Counseling Center,  Anne Hancock, Psy.D, 704-319-5593  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Leader of the  Hold Me Tight Couples Workshop
  • Jennie Hopper, 704-815-5357, jennie@r4counseling.com, Marriage Therapist, Matthews

People Pleasing Books & Resources

  • coda.org for Coda meetings
  • Coda online www.onlinecoda.net
  • Approval Addiction by Joyce Meyer
  • The Disease To Please: Curing the People-Pleasing Syndrome by Harriet Braiker
  • When Pleasing Others Is Hurting You: Finding God’s Patterns for Healthy Relationships by David Hawkins
  • Codependent No More by Melody Beattie
  • Facing Codependence by Pia Mellody

Sexual Abuse

Sexual Addiction Program and Therapists

Shame and Emotional Regression

Support Group

12 Step Programs

Intersectional Mental Health Concerns of LGBTQ & POC Communities

 

The articles below highlight gaps in mental health care and community healing for marginalized persons. Support QTPoC Mental Health in addressing these issues, and

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Social Trauma:

A conversation about racism in America has to address mental health, too

By Veronica Womack, Quartz

 

Trans group reports suicides post-election; LGBTQ hotline calls surge

By Mathew Rodriguez, Mic

 

8 Things the Statistics Say about Trans Suicide

By Sebastian Mitchell Barr, What’s Gender Got to Do with it? (a trans psychology blog)

 

6 Ways the Healthcare Industry Needs to Stop Abusing Trans People

By Kai Cheng Thom, Everyday Feminism

 

10 Alarming Statistics about Gay Hate Crimes

By Kevin Matthews, Care2

 

African-American, Latinx citizens at increased risk of mental health issues

By Medical News Today

 

How the US Mental Health System Makes Natives Sick and Suicidal

By David Edward Walker, Indian Country Today Media Network

 

When black death goes viral, it can trigger PTSD-like trauma

By Kenya Downs, PBS

 

Racism in the system creates ‘fear’ about mental health

By Jack Dixon, London News Online

 

Gaps in Therapy:

Not White, Not Rich, and Seeking Therapy

By Olga Khazan, The Atlantic

 

Therapists often discriminate against black and poor patients, study finds

By Carina Storrs, CNN

 

Raising Issues: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender People Receiving Services in the Public Mental Health System

By Alicia Lucksted, PhD, University of Maryland

 

How Therapy Became a Hobby of the Wealthy, Out of Reach for Those in Need

By April Dembrosky, NPR

 

 

Inaccessibility:

Paying an Unfair Price: The Financial Penalty for LGBT People of Color

By Movement Advancement Project (MAP)

 

The sad truth about queer youth and the economy

By Laura Rena Murray, Fusion

 

Man accused of stealing $5 in snacks died in jail waiting for space at a mental health hospital

Washington Post

 

Research:

‘Mental illness’ isn’t all about brain chemistry: It’s about life

By Mary Boyle, The Conversation

 

Top Health Issues for LGBT Populations Information & Resource Kit

By Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

 

PTSD from Your Zip Code: Urban violence and the brain

By Jen Christensen, CNN

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We focus on the needs of queer & trans people of color (QTPoC) as a way of addressing all the silenced identities that are overlooked in social support systems, including disabled people of color, Latinx trans women and femmes, Black bisexuals, Muslims living with anxiety, Indigenous individuals worldwide, Asian survivors of violence, and many more people living at various intersections of oppression.

icuTalks is not stating that all individuals and programs listed on our resource page are Christians. We hold no responsibility regarding your experience.  We are unaware of what providers take what insurance providers.  Please check with the provider directly.  Our prayer is that you continue your journey with whatever and whoever will deepen your faith. 

Our Mantra

We believe that we are all created, redeemed, and sustained in the love of God.

We are chosen and called by God to be instruments to do his work and speak out to him, to tell others of the night and day difference.

From nothing to something, from rejected to accepted.

1 Peter 2:9-10

Kim Honeycutt – Executive Director