While a person can feel better after a good talk with a friend or relative, for moderate or severe emotional distress, this relief is only temporary. Talking with a trained listener helps alleviate emotional distress for good. The therapists in our practice are trained to listen and interact in a way that helps you get to the very root of your emotional concerns. All of our therapist are independent practitioners but consult and coordinate with one another to ensure you have the highest standard of care.
Asheboro Behavioral Medicine, PLLC provides coordinated health care in conjunction with your own trusted primary care physician. While we do not manage medications, we will coordinate with your primary care doctor or psychiatrist.
We offer you an opportunity to face your difficulties constructively and confidently; freeing you to enjoy all the good things life has to offer. Don’t wait another minute. Give us a call. We’ll give you an opportunity to meet with one of our therapists and see if our practice is right for you.
We accept most commercial insurance plans the ones below represent the majority of insurance plans our patients generally carry. We also gladly accept payment for self-pay, co-pays and deductibles by cash, check or credit cards. For patients with HSA plans we accept most HSA Saving Plan Cards as well.
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Asheboro Behavioral Medicine does not accept Medicaid.
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Dr. Christine M. Giarmo, Clinical Director
Doctor of Psychology
Argosy University, Washington, D.C.
Ph.D., Social Psychology:
Kansas State University
M.A., Developmental Psychology:
Loyola University of Chicago
B.A.: Georgetown University (Magna Cum Laude)