Chris Dixon

Hi! My name is Christopher Dixon and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate.

Therapy empowers you to discover and explore your authentic self – manifesting your unique qualities, enabling you to connect to yourself, your partner, and your life in deep meaningful ways. You know best who you want to be and what you’re striving towards. My job is to enable you to achieve your goals.

I focus on helping you discover your authentic self and assist you along your journey of discovery and creation. I strive to create a safe, comfortable setting allowing for creativity, humor, and genuine connection to guide the therapeutic process.

My style of therapy maintains a collaborative, respectful perspective in order to explore existential, relational, and family issues. I work with individuals struggling with mood disorders and experiencing romantic/communication “lulls” or partner distress.

I have a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy from Pfeiffer University, a Bachelors of Science in Human Services – Counseling and a Bachelors of Science in Religious Studies from Johnson University. A great deal of my work has centered on clients struggling with communication issues with their partner, trauma-related distress, suicidal thoughts and/or attempts, anxiety and panic disorders, depression and grief and bereavement issues. I enjoy working with identity issues, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, search for meaning ordeals, suicidal ideations, and working with senior populations.

I am married, and enjoy being competitive Bolognese swordsman and “cat-dad” to three Sphynx cats (and they’re the best and not evil at all). I’m also an avid Dungeons and Dragons adventurer.

Currently, I offer evening and afternoon sessions. Give me a call at (919) 587-8018 or email to see if we are a good fit or check out mathewscounseling.net for more info, availability, or to book a session.

What our clients are saying about Chris

“The ability to be vulnerable with another person was huge, and unpacking years worth of junk in my life was beyond tough some days. But I’m slowly beginning to see the changes, or rather transformation, in my outlook on life. Which was rather bleak before.”

“I think the day I noticed I was quoting my therapists words and realizing how I was using what he has taught me, in how to love and accept me as a person, was huge. I went from being a person who really, really didn’t like who I was to someone who is accepting of the work in progress I am.”

“I feel the personal connection I have with my therapist had been the best part. His ability to help me dissect and break down the issues into smaller pieces to work on has been an approach I’ve found helpful.”

Learn how we can help you rediscover hope and help you to find the strength to face your challenges.