Elvita Kondili

Licensed Professional Counselor

For the past 14 years, Elvita has had the privilege of walking side by side countless individuals on their journey to self-discovery, healing and transformation. She feels very passionate about her work and considers it to be very meaningful and sacred. Elvita graduated with a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2003 from the University of Massachusetts at Boston. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Elvita specializes in treating behavioral and substance addictions and a variety of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and personality disorders. She also provides couple counseling regardless of marital status or sexual orientation.

Elvita has worked in a variety of clinical settings from inpatient hospitalization to outpatient mental health and substance abuse. For the past 7 years she has provided individual and couples counseling in private practice. She takes a holistic approach to helping clients, encouraging them to develop and maintain healthy habits for their physical, mental, spiritual and relational well-being. Elvita is originally from Albania and strongly believes that culture, society, family and relationships are important influences on mental health and overall happiness. Her counseling style is warm, personable and genuine. Elvita’s clients and peers have always commented on her authenticity and her ability to feel deep empathy and compassion. She is dedicated to serving and helping others, and believes in the power of the counseling relationship and the guidance that her expertise and knowledge can provide.

What do you love most about your work?
When I was in college in Albania, I volunteered with UNICEF as a refugee relief worker during the Kosova-Serbia war. That experience taught me that through connection, compassion and kindness we can heal even the most painful wounds and overcome even the worst of wrong-doings.  In fact, when we feel connected, cared for, understood, supported and guided, we can find hope even in the darkest of despair. There is no greater purpose than this.

Benefits of Services:

  • Identify the source of your problem(s)
  • Identify unhealthy relationship and behavioral patterns
  • Develop coping skills and manage emotions
  • Stop destructive patterns of behaviors
  • Identify future goals that make sense to you
  • Enhance motivation to change
  • Stop procrastination and self-doubt
  • Feel empowered and energized
  • Learn to watch your mind
  • Learn to relax
  • Improve relationships
  • Learn to be more assertive and have healthy boundaries
  • Improve communication with your partner and family
  • Become more peaceful and loving
  • Explore your life purpose and meaning

Contact Information
Bldg. 1, Suite #200-3
Elvita@TheGoodTherapy.com
(704) 776-0327
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