© 2018 CHRYSALIS COUNSELING & CONSULTATION CENTER, INC.

Chrysalis is a non-profit and faith-integrated counseling center, dedicated to promoting affordable and compassionate counseling services. We are committed to the achievement of health and quality living.

MISSION STATEMENT
GREENSBORO

WE HAVE MOVED!! 


4469 Rehobeth Church Road

Greensboro, NC  27406

336-852-0626

Covenant Church United Methodist

1526 Skeet Club Road, High Point, NC 27265

336-245-4245

HIGH POINT

Gethsemane United Methodist Church

100 NC 150W, Greensboro, NC 27455 

336-852-0626

SUMMERFIELD

SERVICES

Chrysalis serves persons of all faith traditions and backgrounds. We combine quality, professional counseling and psychotherapy with the strengths of one's own faith journey and experience. We provide sensitive, non-judgmental counseling for a variety of emotional and spiritual issues:
  • COUPLE'S ENRICHMENT

  • PARENTING SKILLS

  • COMMUNICATIONS

  • FAMILY ENRICHMENT

  • GRIEF WORKSHOPS

  • CLERGY SUPPORT / CONSULTATION

  • STRESS MANAGEMENT

  • PRAYER/RELAXATION

  • MENTAL HEALTH COACHING

  • PREMARITAL CONSULTATION

  • COUNSELING AND SUPERVISION TRAINING

  • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

  • CONFLICT RESOLUTION / MEDIATION

  • ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

  • PANIC DISORDERS

  • CRISIS AND TRAUMAS

  • ADDICTIONS

  • SEXUAL AND PHYSICAL ABUSE

  • MARITAL ISSUES

  • SEPARATION AND DIVORCE

  • WOMEN'S / MEN'S ISSUES

  • CHILDREN AND FAMILY ISSUES

  • ADJUSTMENT AND TRANSITION DISORDERS

  • LOSS, GRIEF AND RECOVERY

  • AGE-RELATED TRANSITIONS

  • FAMILY AND RELATIONSHIP ISSUES

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND OTHER ADDICTIONS

  • SEXUAL ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

  • CAREER CHANGE AND JOB STRESS

  • SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DIFFICULTIES RELATED TO DISABILITY AND ILLNESS

  • ADOPTING TO LIFE TRANSITIONS

  • DEATH OF A LOVED ONE

TRANSITIONS:

MARRIAGE, BIRTH OF A NEW BABY, DIVORCE, RE-MARRIAGE, EMPTY-NEST FAMILY DIFFICULTIES SURROUNDING ELDERLY PARENTS

“At my wit’s end, I sought help from Chrysalis Counseling. I sure wish I did it sooner… I did not feel stigmatized. I was surprised to feel honored, respected and cared for by (counselor) who treated me better than I was treating myself.”

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