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Fields Shelley MA LMFT
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Shelley Fields, M. A. is a North Carolina Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with offices in Chapel Hill and Pittsboro in Chatham County.
AddressChapel Hill, NC 27514-
Phone(919) 968-7681
A therapist with experience?
An approach designed to reach solutions efficiently?
Shelley Fields, M.A. is a North Carolina Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with offices in Chapel Hill and Pittsboro in Chatham County. She has over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist and is a former director of the Triangle chapter of the North Carolina Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. She is a provider for the insurers listed below.
Her experience includes writing, painting, performing on the stage and teaching in the public schools. She has been a caregiver for several of her family members. For many years she ran groups for adult children of alcoholics.

Shelley uses practical approaches to help you. . .

Create intimacy in relationships Make relationship decisions
Recover from substance abuse

Manage grief and loss
Understand experience of adult children of alcoholics

Shelley is skilled at helping people become artists with their lives by balancing their work and life challenges. Both with clients and in her own personal life, she has observed the transformation that creative work can bring.

She has demonstrated in her practice that change can happen quickly, when facilitated by a warm, interactive approach. But she finds that longer-term approaches can provide profound and deepening benefits. For this reason, depending on the situation, she offers both short- and long-term therapy to couples and individuals.

Couples can successfully work through conflicts by making systemic changes.

Individuals who want to change long-term patterns often benefit from in-depth psychodynamic work.

Others respond best to brief therapy: solution-focused therapy, cognitive therapy, or behavioral approaches.

Those who are interested in personal growth may want a combination of any or all of these in their quest for self-knowledge.

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