Marriage Counselors and Other Counseling Professionals
Bryce Kaye, Ph.D., Author of The Marriage First Aid Kit
Dr. Bryce Kaye is a psychologist with a license to practice in North Carolina. He is also one of the most experienced marriage counselors in the Raleigh Cary area. He has counseled thousands of couples over his 30+ year career. Dr. Kaye obtained his license in 1979 after receiving his masters and doctorate from the University of Illinois with a specialty in personality. He completed his psychological internship at the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona in 1976. From 1977 through 1983 he was the Director of Outpatient Services for Wake County Alcoholism Treatment Center. While there, he authored and directed a federal research grant that developed the outpatient program. Bryce Kaye also researched the effectiveness of treatment and developed the family program as a part of his research grant. In 1984, Dr. Bryce Kaye started Cary Counseling Center which later became incorporated under the name Allied Psychological Services, PA in 1992. He has had years of experience in performing individual psychotherapy, marriage counseling, and substance abuse counseling. He is also a trained and certified EMDR therapist, having received certification by the EMDR International Association. Dr. Kaye is currently the director of Cary Counseling Center and Allied Psychological Services in New Bern. He has researched and developed several types of therapies in addition to providing therapy for individuals and couples.
Barbara Ann Caudill, LCSW
Barbara Ann Caudill is a Clinical Social Worker with a license to practice in North Carolina. She received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Bryn Mawr School of Social Work and Social Research. She also completed a certificate program at Bryn Mawr on the topic of Child and Adolescent Therapy. While in school, she interned for the State of Delaware and worked in the Aid to Dependent Families program. She was honored to receive an award from the state for helping a number of people who became gainfully employed and were no longer in need of state services. Her undergraduate degree, a B.A. in Behavioral Science, was earned from Neumann College in Aston, Pennsylvania with magna cum laude distinction. For several years prior to her attaining a graduate degree, Barbara Ann was a stay at home mother caring and advocating for her daughter who is both deaf and blind. Barbara Ann worked as a School Counselor/Social Worker in Catholic Schools in Delaware from 1992-2011 and left because of her recent move to North Carolina. During the time of 1992-2002, she worked one day a week in the Mental Health Clinic for the State of Delaware. She also worked part-time at a psychiatric office and increased her time there after leaving the State of Delaware employment. Barbara Ann enjoys working with children and adolescents as well as individual adults and couples. Her areas of training and experience include treating depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, adjustment disorder, ADD/ADHD, marital issues, grief/loss as well as life transitions.
Brandy Templeton, LMFT
Brandy Templeton is licensed to practice Marriage and Family Therapy in the state of North Carolina and has a diverse clinical background that includes experience in a variety of settings. She graduated Cum Laude from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The University of Southern Mississippi. Brandy’s training and experience make her a good fit for both adolescents and adults seeking services for anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders; grief and loss; adjustment disorders; anger management; co-dependent behavior; substance abuse and recovery; relational concerns; and a variety of personal growth issues that may draw an individual to counseling. Brandy has provided services to children, adolescents, and their families in a school based setting, to adults in an inpatient facility, to professionals in recovery, college students, military, and employees seeking therapy for professional and personal matters through an employee assistance program.
Miriane Portes, LCSW
Miriane Portes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 13 years of experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults and families. She is extensively trained in EMDR therapy and has years of experience in successfully treating PTSD for clients of all ages. Miriane attended the University of Utah where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Social Work. After graduation, Miriane held a position at Valley Mental Health in Utah where she provided substance abuse and mental health treatment for adolescents and their families. Later, she held a position as the Clinical Director of a proctor care agency. There she trained, certified and supervised dozens of families, teaching them how care for severely emotionally disturbed children and youth. She also provided therapy for the agency’s clients and their families, supervised a team of therapists and saw her own clients in her own private practice. Miriane currently sees clients of all ages at Cary Counseling Center and she also teaches courses as an adjunct faculty member for Ashford University. She is fluent in English and Portuguese and understands Spanish. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, panic and phobias, adjustment disorders, grief and loss, substance abuse, sexual abuse, trauma, and parent-child relationship issues.
Julie Marshall, LCSW
Julie is a clinical social worker licensed to practice in North Carolina. She graduated Summa cum Laude from North Carolina State University with a degree in Social Work and then went on to receive a Masters Degree in Social Work from Boston University. In the over 15 years she’s been providing therapy Julie has provided services to adults, adolescents and families in a variety of settings. After graduation she worked as an in-home therapist and clinical supervisor at an agency providing mental health and substance abuse services to adults, adolescents and their families. Julie has provided individual therapy to those with mood disorders, anxiety disorders and trauma histories using a variety of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. She has experience working in inpatient treatment programs providing addiction treatment to adults and supportive services to their families. She also has extensive experience collaborating with public schools, hospitals and the court systems. Julie enjoys working with adults, couples, adolescents and families. Her areas of training and experience include treating substance use disorders as well as supporting and educating family members about addiction/recovery. Other areas of training and experience include depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, adjustment disorders, marital issues, parent/child relationship issues, grief and loss as well as life transitions.