Chris A. Matthews - LMFT, LCAS, CCS, SAP

Chris A. Matthews - LMFT, LCAS, CCS, SAP

Chris works exclusively with couples and families in need of assistance navigating through life. He believes as a couples and family counseling therapist in Charlotte, NC, it is his job to be a co-pilot that helps guide his clients through the storms of conflict, infidelity, grief, trauma, and life’s transitions such as marriage, divorce, childrearing, job change, and retirement. Chris’s approach is genuine, and he values the opportunity to be a part of change that offers peace, insight, and tranquility. In addition to implementing best practice treatment modalities, Chris relies on his ability to establish deep rooted connections with his clients.

As a clinical supervisor Chris also provides MFT supervision under AAMFT mentoring for therapist seeking to become fully licensed marriage and family therapist. He also is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) and Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) and treats couples and families who are battling with substance use and addiction issues. Furthermore, Chris has a strong passion for empowering clinicians working to become credentialed as a substance abuse counselor by providing both CSAC and LCAS supervision in individual and group formats.

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John Goodwin - LPCA, LCAS-A

John Goodwin - LPCA, LCAS-A

John earned his Associate of Arts in Christian Counseling, Bachelor of Arts in Religion, and Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Liberty University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (#A15374) with the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, a National Certified Counselor (#1140403), and a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (#CSAC-25189) with the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board.

John has over 35 years of invaluable life experience and a passion for assisting individuals and couples with their walkthrough life. John specializes in treating concerns stemming around marriage, blended families, and human growth and development, substance abuse, domestic violence, anger management, depression, and grief. John primarily works from a person-centered, solution focus orientation while also drawing from techniques from cognitive behavioral approach and motivational interviewing.

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