Professional Mental Health Service to Help People with:
Poor Self Esteem
Life can sometimes be unbearably hard. Dealing with issues like anxiety, depression, substance abuse and others can make it almost impossible to see light at the end of the tunnel. Many people who suffer from these conditions attempt to resolve them on their own.
But here at Morrisville Counseling and Consulting, we want you to know that you’re not alone. And if you want a helpful guide to show you the tools on how to cope with any mental health issue you may be dealing with, we can help.
You deserve peace of mind. We can help you get there.
Step 1: Schedule a Free 15-minute phone cosultation.
Step 2: Our Staff will create a plan and walk with you through your journey.
Step 3: Start living and feeling the way you’ve always wanted!
About the Practice
Our story began way back in 2017. When the creator of MCC, Heather Steele, decided to put her decade's worth of experience into her own practice. And over the years, after using cutting-edge methods (including Somatic Experiencing) to help well over 1,000 clients, Heather was able to grow MCC from 1 practitioner to a small but mighty team.
The professionals at MCC are single-mindedly focused on helping people like you cope with all of life’s challenges. And they do this by providing outstanding mental health and therapy services including EMDR.
Start Experiencing Freedom From Whatever is Holding You Back
Working with a professional counselor can be one of the best decisions you ever make. And when you’re finally ready to take that leap, your counselor will be committed to helping you:
Manage fear and anxiety so you can take back control of your life.
Escape the dark cloud of depression and finally introduce happiness back into your life.
Effectively deal with stress and cultivate more moments of peace.
Free yourself from the shackles of substance abuse for good.
And much, much more.
Durham's Best Counselors
I am also a therapist in the area and have referred many people to see Heather. She is a great therapist to consult with as a professional and clients share that she is great to work with as a therapist
Heather is a caring, compassionate, knowledgeable therapist. We have worked with Heather for over 2 years through some very difficult issues. Heather has been a lifesaver!
Jamie is a wonderful therapist that her abilities far outweigh her experience. She has an ability to make you feel safe, connect with you, and truly listen to make you feel heard and validated.
Don’t put off getting the help you need any longer...
Trying to resolve mental struggles on your own can sometimes do more harm than good. And some conditions, if left untreated you may continue experiencing:
Relationships withering due to you not showing up as your best self.
Crippling stress that can negatively impact your emotional and physical health.
Continue engaging in unhealthy habits that decrease your self-esteem.
An unhealthy attachment to the past that prevents you from being happy now.
You don't need to do it alone. To take the first step, just click the button below to schedule a free 15-minute consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a therapist do?
A therapist is a professional who helps people identify goals and potential solutions to problems which cause emotional turmoil. Therapists help clients improve communication and coping skills; strengthen self-esteem; and promote behavior change and optimal mental health. To achieve that goal therapist may conduct individual or group counseling sessions. Therapists use a variety of techniques during counseling sessions. The technique that is used depends on the client’s needs and the counselor’s style. Common techniques include:
- exploring emotions and feelings associated with the problem
- developing coping skills
- practicing new skills
- role playing
- setting goals
- providing support
- making referrals to other professionals, if necessary.
Learn more about what precisely a therapist does.
What is the difference between a therapist and counselor?
There is some overlap between the terms "counselor" and "therapist." They are both used to refer to mental health professionals who offer counseling or therapy. However, in specific terms, “counselor” and “therapist” refer to two separate categories of mental health professionals. Some of their skills and interests may be similar, but their training and licensing are not the same. When comparing the two for your personal mental health therapy, the most significant distinction to consider is finding a therapist who offers techniques that are tailored to your specific requirements. Our team at Morrisville Counseling has training and expertise in a wide variety of counseling and therapy techniques. You can find out what the titles and letters after our therapists' name's mean in our guide. Or contact us to see if we are a good fit for your needs.
What are the benefits of counseling?
Counseling can provide many benefits. Talking to a therapist can help you feel better. You can talk about things that are making you unhappy. The therapist will help you understand how these things are making your life difficult and will give you strategies to deal with the problems.
It can help you:
- Identify and change negative thinking and behavior patterns
- Develop healthy coping skills
- Improve communication skills
- Resolve conflict in relationships
- Heal from past trauma
- Increase self-esteem and confidence
- Manage stress and anxiety