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Jerry Dye, Jr.

Jerry Dye, Jr., M.A., M.Ed., LCMHCA, NCC (pronouns: he/him/his) is an experienced counselor who works with children, teens, parents, couples and families as they cope with issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, transitions, peer conflicts, self-esteem, family stressors, and difficulty regulating emotions. Jerry also has experience working with professionals in the aviation industry. Jerry believes in capitalizing on the strengths within each client and feels that collaboration between family members is essential to healthy adjustment. 

Q: Who are the people Jerry works with?

  • children, typically ages 6 and up

  • teens

  • young adults (. . . and their parents)

  • couples

  • families

Q: What are the issues Jerry typically helps clients with?

  • anxiety

  • depression

  • grief

  • social skills/peer issues

  • poor emotional regulation

  • power struggles/anger/defiance

  • executive functioning skills

  • LGBTQIA+ issues (LGBTQIA2SP and BIPOC affirming)

  • couples/marital therapy

  • family therapy

  • co-parenting counseling

Q: What can you expect from Jerry?

  • prompt, compassionate communication

  • a direct, solution-focused approach designed to help you or your family get relief from stress as soon as possible

Q: What are Jerry's fees?

Jerry's services are self-pay. Payment can be made via debit, credit, or HSA card. Superbills are available upon request.

Jerry is a Nationally Certified Counselor who earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Augusta University, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, and a Master of Education in Counseling and Development from Winthrop University. He is currently a doctoral candidate (Ph.D.) in Counseling Education and Supervision at the University of South Carolina. He has a combined 15 years of experience teaching psychology and counseling in various colleges and universities, as well as offering clinical services in public school systems, community clinics and in private practice.


Jerry utilizes an eclectic approach in working with his clients, offering evidence-based techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. He views the therapeutic process as a collaborative one, working with his clients not to give them answers they need, but assisting them in finding their own answers to the issues bringing them to therapy. His goal is to create a safe, comfortable, and inclusive environment for all clients to promote healing and growth, welcoming individuals and families from all races, cultural backgrounds, sexual and gender identities. 


Currently, Jerry is focusing on using his clinical experience in marital/couples and family therapy to expand his practice to include working with couples experiencing high-conflict divorces.  He is a new member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC).  In collaboration and consultation with practice founder Dr. Tara Egan, who specializes in this area, Jerry is now accepting couples who are seeking assistance in successfully navigating acrimonious divorces, specifically focusing on offering beneficial co-parenting skills that can allow children in this situation to thrive and experience the least amount of stress as possible.

Interested in learning more about how Jerry Dye can help you or your family? Schedule a 30 or 60 minute New Client Intake session today. Click the scheduling link, choose "new client", then select Jerry Dye. Any questions? Email Jerry at or call/text him directly at (704) 980-0146.

Would you like to learn more about how Jerry Dye can help your family?
Schedule a 30 or 60 minute New Client Intake Session today. 

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