Questions? Call me at 336-338-2011

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thea@greensboro-therapy.com

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My Counseling Practice

Are you unhappy or anxious in your relationships? I work with you to help you develop and maintain positive relationships with yourself and the important people in your life. You can benefit from understanding what motivates behavior choices and interferes with communication and understanding.  

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MyTreatment Focus

Through my work with adolescents, adults, individuals, couples, and families, I promote personal strength, intentionality, and kindness. I offer a personalized approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs to help attain personal growth. 

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Goals of Treatment

My goal is for you to overcome the difficulties that brought you to therapy sooner rather than later. In order to track our success in treatment, at the beginning of each session I will ask you to complete a rating scale of how you are doing in the areas of your personal wellbeing, primary relationship, social and work setting, and general overall functioning.  This information is discussed with you, recorded on a graph, and compared over time.  If you are not making progress towards your treatment goals it may be appropriate to redesign the treatment plan, goals, or methods of therapy and consider the possible benefit of a referral to a specialist or other treatment program.

Counseling Services

Individual Counseling Services

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Counseling can help people understand why they do what they do.

  • Counseling is a safe place to honestly explore emotions of anger, anxiety and worry.
  • Counseling can help people learn how to effectively influence others by changing how they respond to others' troubling behaviors.
  • Counseling is a place to learn coping skills, improve self-esteem, and discover life purpose.
  • Counseling is a place to practice new behaviors, identify and establish appropriate boundaries, and develop kindness and self-reliance.

 Counseling Fees:  in-person 55-minute sessions are $100.  Sessions are scheduled for one hour increments.  


Many Insurance Plans Accepted:  I am in-network for Aetna, Anthem, Blue-Cross/BlueShield, Cigna, Optum, Tricare, UMR, and United Health Care as well as a variety of EAP programs including, but not limited to, Compsych, ESPYR, Health Advocates, E4Care, and Resources for Living.  Your out-of-pocket expense will depend on your plan.  Call the number on the back of your insurance card for details on your coverage. 


If you are seeking services under Medicaid or wish to meet with a male therapist, please visit https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/marlon-price-greensboro-nc/388217.  

Tele-counseling

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Tele-counseling, also referred to as e-therapy, e-counseling, or tele-therapy, is the process of providing real-time face-to-face counseling services via the internet.  Services are provided via a HIPAA compliant platform that allows us to meet via a secure and private internet server. To request tele-counseling services, please contact me so that I can create your secure personal account.


A subscription service for counseling through messaging and video is available through betterhelp.com. 


Due to licensure laws, I can provide tele-counseling services only to clients who reside in North Carolina.

Relationship Counseling

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Relationships can be wonderful and frustrating all at the same time. All of us are in a variety of relationships and can benefit from learning how to improve them.  Whether you are struggling with a romantic relationship, a work relationship, or a relationship with a family member (child, parent, or something else) learning how to create positive interactions can improve the quality of your life.

Counseling, either individually or with other important people in your life, can help you learn:

  • The triggers to conflict and how to manage them
  • How to help other people feel heard and understood 
  • How to communicate your feelings and be understood by others
  • The common roadblocks to communication and what to do about them
  • How to challenge your own thought processes that provoke anxiety in the relationship
  • Ways to approach difficult topics without getting into a fight

Contact Me

Thea Vondracek, LMFT/LPCS

100 North Carolina Highway 150, Greensboro, North Carolina 27455, United States

336-338-2011

Hours

Monday-Thursday 2:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday

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