Allan Howe, LCSW
Allan enjoys working with children, adolescents, young adults and adults of all ages who struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction, anger, impulse control, hyperactivity, opposition, and transitional difficulties.
Amanda McGough, Ph.D.
Dr. McGough enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults. Her special interests include depression, anxiety, suicide prevention, grief after suicide loss, self-harming behaviors, life transitions, behavior problems, and parenting skills.
Angie Mayo, LCSW
Angie specializes in strengthening the well-being of adults and adolescents. Her specific areas of interest include anxiety, panic attacks, relational issues, self-esteem and identity development, life transitions, depression, suicide prevention, self-harming behaviors, and emotional dysregulation.
Barrie Morganstein, Ph.D.
Dr. Morganstein works with clients of all ages by providing individual therapy, family therapy, psychological assessment, and executive-functioning/ADHD coaching.
Bea Moise, M.S., BCCS
Bea Moise has been providing tools that are useful and practical to parents for over 6 years in Charlotte. She helps and supports families integrate as a whole with routines, schedules, and rules.
Craig Pohlman, Ph.D.
Craig Pohlman leads Mind Matters, Southeast Psych’s learning success program. Over his career, Craig has helped thousands of struggling learners through assessment, consultation, therapy, and advocacy.
Bryanna Campbell, Psy.D.
Bryanna is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with young adults who are emerging into adulthood. Her goals are to help clients learn to foster healthy relationships with themselves and others, provide nonjudgmental support and empathy, and to create safe spaces for clients to express the concerns of everyday life.
Darci Carter, SSP
Darci Carter has worked in a variety of schools within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, not only as a School Psychologist, but also as a School Counselor for 7+ years.
Elise Howell, M.A., LCMHC
Counseling is a space for authenticity and vulnerability in the midst of the challenges you face. Elise creates a nonjudgmental space for clients to process their stories, build skills to move them toward their goals and reconnect with what’s most important to them in life.
Emily Soukhanouvong, Psy.D
Emily provides therapy to adolescents (12+), adults, and couples. She also provides psychological assessment services across the lifespan. She has training in various evidence-based treatments, specifically in CBT, DBT, & ERP from both in outpatient and inpatient settings.
Emma Kate (Wright) Reif, Ph.D.
Emma Kate enjoys working with children and adolescents, ages 7 through college, and with their parents. She provides comprehensive evaluations, as well as individual and group therapy.
Erica Barton, M.A., LCMHCA
Erica specializes in working with young adolescents and adults. Erica enjoys assisting clients who struggle with anxiety, depression and OCD.
Frank Gaskill, Ph. D.
“Dr. G” specializes in Aspergers and the Autism Spectrum for all ages. He also specializes in helping parents feel more successful and effective as well as managing the intersection of parenting and technology.
Heidi Limbrunner, Psy. D., ABPP
In her practice, Dr. Limbrunner provides therapy and assessments for children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of concerns. Her areas of specialty include eating disorders, body image, Dialectical Behavior (DBT), self-harm, anxiety, depression, and learning issues.
Ian Murray, M.Ed., LCMHC
Ian specializes in working with children and teens and adults with anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral concerns, anger management, difficulty with social skills and performance in school/work and athletics.
Jason Bird, Ph.D.
Dr. Bird enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults to enhance their overall well-being through using a strengths-based and solution-focused approach.
Jennifer McConnell, M.A., Ed.S.
Jennifer McConnell works with children of all ages and their families by being passionate about promoting their academic, social, and emotional success, and she has a special interest in working with young children.
Jonathan Anslow, Psy.D.
Dr. Anslow enjoys serving a variety of populations including adults, adolescents, and older children. Whenever possible he likes to incorporate family members into treatment to offer parental guidance or address family dynamics.
Jonathan Feather, Psy. D.
Dr. Feather serves older adolescents and adults, individuals and couples, treating depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment to medical conditions/disabilities, marital and relationship problems, sexual dysfunction, spiritual issues, and other adjustment/transitional issues.
Josh Jensen, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Josh is thoughtful in his approach to serving individuals and families through various struggles and transitions. He strives to create a warm, collaborative and non-judgmental environment.
Kelley Bolton, Psy. D.
Through individual and group therapy, Kelley offers a relational, strengths-based approach in order to help clients thrive through whatever circumstances life may bring.
Lauren Whittle, Psy.D.
Dr. Whittle provides psychological assessment for school-age children and adults related to differential diagnosis, attention, learning, memory, and neurodevelopment.
Leslie K. Maitri Canniff, M.Ed., LCMHC, LCAS, C.H.T.
Leslie is skilled in creating a safe space for her clients to see themselves and be accompanied on their unique healing journey. She is a holistic psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience working with adults in both clinical hospital settings and private psychotherapy practice.
Lynn Vivian, Ph.D.
Dr. Vivian has worked in private practice settings for over 25 years. She has also served as a clinical consultant and coordinator of child and family services for area mental health organizations in North and South Carolina.
Mara Teal, MA, LCMHC
Through a relational approach, Mara offers a welcoming space for girls and women to feel validated and empowered. Her specific areas of interest include disordered eating, identity development, self-esteem, relationships, depression, and anxiety.
Mary B. Moore, LCSW
My passion is connecting with parents and children in meaningful ways and helping them to develop skills so that they may be their best and flourish.
Megan A. Connell, Psy.D. ABPP
Dr. Megan Connell is a board-certified clinical psychologist whose practice encompasses a wide variety of topics and approaches. She works to empower her clients through the use of ACT and Superhero Therapy.
Meghan Yoho, MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Meghan uses a cognitive-behavioral approach and has experience with child-centered play therapy and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
Myque Harris, MS, LCMHC, RYT-200
Myque is a warm and energetic psychotherapist, registered yoga teacher, and mindfulness specialist who truly enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Nick Valadez, MA, MTS, LPC
Nick has been with Southeast Psych for over 15 years helping individuals, couples, and families build strong relationships and resilience. His clients are primarily adults and older adolescents seeking to improve their self-control, self-care, and life direction.
Patrick Young, Ph.D., CC-AASP
Patrick’s aim is to provide individuals with the psychological tools necessary to reach their full potential. Patrick consults with athletes of all ages and ability/skill levels, business executives in areas of leadership, communication, and confidence building, and individuals within the performing arts.
Ryan Kelly, Ph. D.
Ryan helps school-aged youth and young adult men develop the skills they need to overcome adversity and flourish in life. He specializes in the assessment and intervention of behavioral, emotional, academic and substance-related issues.
Tarik Sloussi, M.A., LCMHC
Tarik is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) in the state of North Carolina. He started out as a college intern at Southeast Psych almost a decade ago and is now a member of the Leadership Team.
Terri James, Ph.D.
As the mother of two children, Terri James understands that all families strive for balance. Two main areas that can disrupt family balance are school difficulties and parenting stress.
Tracy Barcott, Ph. D.
Tracy works with children from birth through adolescence. She specializes in conducting comprehensive evaluations for autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning and behavioral problems, and anxiety/depression.
Trey Ishee, Psy. D.
Trey provides psychotherapy to children, families, and parents. His training, research, and practice have focused on ADHD, parenting, disruptive behavior disorders, anger management, and child and adolescent depression.
Victoria Kennedy, Ph.D.
Victoria is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, and their families. Her goal is to create a friendly, caring atmosphere in therapy, and she believes in empowering families by working with parents to manage difficult child and adolescent behaviors.