Psychology for a more meaningful life.

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Therapy isn't just for someone with a problem.
It's for anyone who wants a better life.

Therapy isn’t just for someone with a problem, it’s for anyone who wants a better life!

Our clinicians have a wide range of expertise, so anyone in your family can get the support they are looking for.

Don’t let anxiety, stress, and depression derail your dreams and goals.

We know what works, and we can help you take steps to move from where you are to where you want to be. Wherever you find yourself, we’ll help you build the skills you need to transform your life.

Now is the time for you or a loved one to recognize and unleash strengths that will allow you to maximize your potential and thrive.

Our team of licensed clinicians have a wide range of expertise and offer therapy and mental health assessment services for all ages.

So whatever you’re going through, we can help you get through it and come out stronger on the other side.

Getting Started Is Easy!

Taking the first step can be hard, but we are here to help you get to where you want to be.

Contact

Tell us what’s going on. Share your concerns with one of our new-client specialists by answering a few questions online or giving us a call at (704)-552-0116

Connect

Get connected with a great clinician. We’ll connect you with someone who helps people just like you make the changes you have been hoping for.

Progress

Start making progress. We’ll help you schedule your first appointment so you can gain insight into your situation and start building the skills you need to succeed at home, in school, at work, and in life!

Meet our Team

Our clinicians are experts in their field and can see clients both in person and through telehealth.

About Us

Southeast Psych has been proudly serving Charlotte, NC and its surrounding communities for over 23 years. We have over 20 clinicians and office locations in Southpark and Ballantyne.

Our team of licensed mental health professionals and friendly administrative staff are creative, out-of-the box thinkers. We are committed to excellence and strive to be the very best at what we do. We value healthy, honest, and authentic relationships, and we are always looking for opportunities to play and laugh together. We take our fun as seriously as we take our work.

Let’s work together!

🌟 Clinician Spotlight: Dr. David Mosely 🌟

Join us as we highlight one of our dedicated Southpark office clinicians, Dr. David Mosely! We're proud to have him as a part of our Southeast Psych family!

Watch the full video to learn more about Dr. Mosely's expertise and how he's helping our clients thrive.

#ClinicianSpotlight #SoutheastPsych #MeetOurTeam #MentalHealthMatters #MentalHealth #Therapy

🌟 Clinician Spotlight: Dr. David Mosely 🌟

Join us as we highlight one of our dedicated Southpark office clinicians, Dr. David Mosely! We`re proud to have him as a part of our Southeast Psych family!

Watch the full video to learn more about Dr. Mosely`s expertise and how he`s helping our clients thrive.

#ClinicianSpotlight #SoutheastPsych #MeetOurTeam #MentalHealthMatters #MentalHealth #Therapy
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This is how our clinicians are spending the 4th of July weekend! What are you doing this holiday? 🎇 

#MentalHealth #July4th #4thofJuly #Therapy #Happy4th

This is how our clinicians are spending the 4th of July weekend! What are you doing this holiday? 🎇

#MentalHealth #July4th #4thofJuly #Therapy #Happy4th
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June is Men's Mental Health Awareness Month. This month, we emphasize the importance of mental well-being for men everywhere. Did you know that men are less likely to seek help for mental health issues? It's crucial to break the stigma and encourage open conversations about mental health.

We're proud to highlight the seven incredible male clinicians at Southeast Psych who are dedicated to providing support and care. Let's continue to promote mental health awareness and support each other.  #MensMentalHealth #BreakTheStigma #MentalHealthAwareness

June is Men`s Mental Health Awareness Month. This month, we emphasize the importance of mental well-being for men everywhere. Did you know that men are less likely to seek help for mental health issues? It`s crucial to break the stigma and encourage open conversations about mental health.

We`re proud to highlight the seven incredible male clinicians at Southeast Psych who are dedicated to providing support and care. Let`s continue to promote mental health awareness and support each other. #MensMentalHealth #BreakTheStigma #MentalHealthAwareness
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Our team is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and affirming space for all our clients. Happy Pride Month!

Our team is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and affirming space for all our clients. Happy Pride Month! ...

Why do siblings fight? Sibling fights can often be broken down into four factors: feelings of isolation, resentment, differences in responsibilities, and pressure to achieve. To learn more about how these themes impact sibling relationships and how to reduce sibling conflict, check out our recent Early Childhood Blog post. 

#ChildTherapy #EarlyChildhood #ParentingTips #ChildDevelopment #ParentingAdvice #TherapyForKids #SiblingRivalry #FamilyTherapy #MentalHealth #CharlotteTherapist #CLTtherapy #CLTkids #CharlotteFamilies #Parenting #RaisingKids #MentalHealthMatters #MentalHealthAwareness

Why do siblings fight? Sibling fights can often be broken down into four factors: feelings of isolation, resentment, differences in responsibilities, and pressure to achieve. To learn more about how these themes impact sibling relationships and how to reduce sibling conflict, check out our recent Early Childhood Blog post.

#ChildTherapy #EarlyChildhood #ParentingTips #ChildDevelopment #ParentingAdvice #TherapyForKids #SiblingRivalry #FamilyTherapy #MentalHealth #CharlotteTherapist #CLTtherapy #CLTkids #CharlotteFamilies #Parenting #RaisingKids #MentalHealthMatters #MentalHealthAwareness
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Our weekly parenting tip from Dr. Todd Cartmell, author of Project Dad. If you’re interested in learning more parenting tips, contact Southeast Psych today to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell! 

#CharlotteDad #charlottemoms #cltdad #cltmoms #CLTKids #parenting #parentingtips #christianparenting #mentalhealthawareness #tipsandtricks

Our weekly parenting tip from Dr. Todd Cartmell, author of Project Dad. If you’re interested in learning more parenting tips, contact Southeast Psych today to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell!

#CharlotteDad #charlottemoms #cltdad #cltmoms #CLTKids #parenting #parentingtips #christianparenting #mentalhealthawareness #tipsandtricks
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Our weekly parenting tip from Dr. Todd Cartmell author of 8 Simple Tools for Raising Great Kids. If you’re interested in learning more about parenting tips, contact Southeast Psych to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell! 

#charlotteparents #charlottemoms #cltdad #cltkids #parenting #christianparenting #cltmoms #mentalhealthawareness #parentingtips

Our weekly parenting tip from Dr. Todd Cartmell author of 8 Simple Tools for Raising Great Kids. If you’re interested in learning more about parenting tips, contact Southeast Psych to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell!

#charlotteparents #charlottemoms #cltdad #cltkids #parenting #christianparenting #cltmoms #mentalhealthawareness #parentingtips
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Maternal Mental Health is crucial, and if you are facing challenges, remember that you are not alone. Life transitions can be challenging and stressful. If you or a loved one are struggling, contact Southeast Psych to schedule an appointment today!  #maternalhealth #maternalmentalhealth #maternalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness #charlottetherapists #clttherapists

Maternal Mental Health is crucial, and if you are facing challenges, remember that you are not alone. Life transitions can be challenging and stressful. If you or a loved one are struggling, contact Southeast Psych to schedule an appointment today! #maternalhealth #maternalmentalhealth #maternalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness #charlottetherapists #clttherapists ...

Dr. Todd Cartmell, the author of “8 Simple Tools For Raising Great Kids,” is an experienced clinician who specializes in child psychology. His goal is to assist children and parents in reaching their full potential. For more details or to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell for yourself or your children, contact Southeast Psych today!  #charlottetherapist #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #parenting #childdevelopment #parentingtips

Dr. Todd Cartmell, the author of “8 Simple Tools For Raising Great Kids,” is an experienced clinician who specializes in child psychology. His goal is to assist children and parents in reaching their full potential. For more details or to schedule a meeting with Dr. Cartmell for yourself or your children, contact Southeast Psych today! #charlottetherapist #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #parenting #childdevelopment #parentingtips ...

May is Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to shedding light on the mental well-being of mothers. Southeast Psych is a supporter of maternal mental health and is committed to promoting awareness and assistance. Our clinicians: Jennifer Ford, MS, LCMHC and Courtney Simelton, MSW, LCSW are dedicated to providing support for mothers at all stages and beyond, to help adapt to changes and transitions, and improve quality of life. 

Jennifer Ford's focus and passion is caring for women experiencing postpartum depression and anxiety, teen pregnancy, adoption, birth trauma, pregnancy loss, navigating the transition to motherhood, and family conflict. She is a survivor herself of birth trauma, postpartum depression and anxiety and works to help provide support to those who may be suffering as well.

Courtney Simelton specializes in perinatal mental health (pregnancy and postpartum), infertility, miscarriage, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, life transitions, trauma; her goal is to help you gain tools to facilitate positive change. She works to help navigate infertility, loss, pregnancy, and postpartum and develop skills to overcome the challenges you may be facing. 

Contact Southeast Psych today to schedule with Jennifer or Courtney! 

#charlotte #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #cltmentalhealth #charlottetherapy

May is Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to shedding light on the mental well-being of mothers. Southeast Psych is a supporter of maternal mental health and is committed to promoting awareness and assistance. Our clinicians: Jennifer Ford, MS, LCMHC and Courtney Simelton, MSW, LCSW are dedicated to providing support for mothers at all stages and beyond, to help adapt to changes and transitions, and improve quality of life.

Jennifer Ford`s focus and passion is caring for women experiencing postpartum depression and anxiety, teen pregnancy, adoption, birth trauma, pregnancy loss, navigating the transition to motherhood, and family conflict. She is a survivor herself of birth trauma, postpartum depression and anxiety and works to help provide support to those who may be suffering as well.

Courtney Simelton specializes in perinatal mental health (pregnancy and postpartum), infertility, miscarriage, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, life transitions, trauma; her goal is to help you gain tools to facilitate positive change. She works to help navigate infertility, loss, pregnancy, and postpartum and develop skills to overcome the challenges you may be facing.

Contact Southeast Psych today to schedule with Jennifer or Courtney!

#charlotte #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #cltmentalhealth #charlottetherapy
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EVERYONE!! Meet Dr. Selena Jackson, who is located at our Ballantyne office!

Like what you hear? Give our office a call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jackson!

#charlotte #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #cltmentalhealth #charlottetherapy

EVERYONE!! Meet Dr. Selena Jackson, who is located at our Ballantyne office!

Like what you hear? Give our office a call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jackson!

#charlotte #mentalhealth #mentalhealthcounseling #cltmentalhealth #charlottetherapy
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Common FAQ’s

We know some of you have lots of questions, and our New Client Specialists are ready to talk with you. Reach out online or give us a call at (704) 552-0116

When can I get started?

We know it takes courage to reach out for help, and we will do our best to get you started quickly. Generally, the more flexible you are about time, the sooner we can get you scheduled.
Our New Client Specialists are skilled in connecting you with therapists and psychologists who are experts in meeting specific needs. Just let us know what’s going on, and we’ll match you with someone who can help you live a more meaningful life. Many of our clinicians offer a 15-minute meet and greet where you can get a sense of their personality and style with no cost or commitment.
Just answer a few questions about your situation, and we’ll match you with someone who can address your concerns and help you reach your goals.
We see people in various stages of life. We work with young children, school-age kids, teens, young adults, adults, couples, and families. We see people who have emotional or behavioral struggles. We also see people who want to be peak performers in school, business, or sports.
Therapy sessions are generally 45–50 minutes long, but each clinician determines the length of sessions based on your needs. Testing is usually scheduled in one-hour increments. When a lot of testing is needed, we offer two- or three-hour blocks for your convenience.

We are out-of-network with all insurance companies, but that doesn’t mean your insurance won’t cover some of your expenses. We will gladly file claims for you, and you will receive reimbursement based on your out-of-network benefits for mental health services. Simply stated, we ask you to pay for services when you receive them, we’ll file a claim with your insurance company, and they’ll send you a refund for whatever amount they cover.

All our clinicians set their own fees, so we’ll share this information as soon as we connect you with one. The initial appointment averages between $150 and $260, and follow-up sessions average between $150 and $225. If money is a concern, let us know, and our New Client Specialists can help you explore options.

A psychologist will meet with you to understand your situation and determine what type of testing will best serve your needs. This initial consultation costs $250. Any recommended testing is done by a licensed psychologist and costs $350 per hour. Once testing is completed, you meet for a feedback session (also $250) to review results and learn how these insights can help you reach your goals.

Admissions testing fees vary depending on each school’s requirements. We also want you to be aware that insurance may not cover testing that they consider educational.

We would be glad to work with your doctor or to help you connect with a medication professional, should you need medication.

You can connect with your therapist for a session from any state in which they are licensed using a convenient and secure teletherapy platform.

We have two convenient locations in Charlotte, NC: one in SouthPark and one in Ballantyne.

Southeast Psych SouthPark, PLLC

6060 Piedmont Row Drive South
Suite 120
Charlotte, NC 28287
704-552-0116

Southeast Psych Ballantyne, PLLC

15720 Brixham Hill Avenue
Suite 150
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-970-4791