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Battle Mental Health is currently offering individual, couples, family, and group counseling services in person, as well as virtually through a HIPAA compliant, secured digital platform. With Telehealth visits, our therapy sessions are made easy right from home. If you live in North Carolina, you can connect remotely through telephone or video call. It’s a convenient option for those who prefer not to travel. All you need is your phone, tablet, laptop or computer. The information below explains each service.


We are in-network with: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield – (Plans Accepted: Blue Advantage, Blue Care, Blue Options, Blue Select, Blue Value, Classic Blue, North Carolina State Health Plan Network). We also accept Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account cards as payment for counseling sessions. Because we believe that everyone should have access to therapy, regardless of income, if you are out-of-network, we can sometimes accommodate a lower fee. Contact us today for pricing!

Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling offers support to work through life’s personal challenges. In this setting, clients work one-on-one with a licensed mental health clinician to explore feelings, beliefs, and behaviors in order to better understand themselves and others. We will set personal goals and work towards desired outcomes. Individual counseling sessions last 60 minutes. The frequency of therapy will depend on your needs, goals, and progress.

Couples Counseling

Couples Counseling offers the opportunity for couples to resolve past conflicts and unhealthy relational patterns. From this groundwork we will explore ways to improve communication, gain insight, and enhance relationship satisfaction. Couples Counseling sessions last 60 minutes. The frequency of therapy will depend on the needs of your relationship, goals, and progress.

Family Counseling

Family Counseling focuses on refining systems of interactions between family members. In this setting, we will address issues based on your personal familial needs. Concerns commonly addressed in family therapy might include, but are not limited to: Communication, Life Adjustments, Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Blended Families, etc. The frequency of therapy and duration will depend on the needs of your family, goals, and progress.

Group Counseling

Group Counseling consists of up to eight people who meet weekly with a licensed mental health clinician. This small group setting offers a space for support and encouragement with others who are going through similar battles. Continue to check back for updates on our group offerings.

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