Peter Nagel is licensed in North Carolina as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. Peter is recognized as a Clinical Fellow and AAMFT Approved Supervisor of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy and Clinical Member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association as well as a Certified Group Psychotherapist with the International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists. He is also a Regular Member of the United States of America Transactional Analysis Association (USATAA). Mr. Nagel has presented workshops to professional organizations across North Carolina on topics such as Developmental Couples Therapy, The Role of the Group Leader, Counseling Hostile-Dependent Couples, Using Personality to Guide Psychotherapy and Helping Clients to Reclaim Integrity after Infidelity. For more than 35 years, Peter has committed to providing the highest quality, state of the art methods of evidence based practices to adults seeking personal growth and relationship enhancement.
Mr. Nagel received intensive training in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor method from the late Albert Pesso who developed and refined this theory of body-based psychotherapy over five decades with his late wife, Diane Boyden. Peter is actively participating in a monthly psychotherapy training group with Pam White, LCSW in Asheville, NC.
Mr. Nagel attended six years of post-graduate training at The Southeast Institute for Group & Family Therapy in Chapel Hill, NC with Vann Joines, PhD, LMFT in Redecision Therapy, Personality Adaptations and Personality Disorders. Peter completed Three Levels of Gottman Couples Therapy Training through The Gottman Institute, based in Seattle, WA. Dr. John Gottman's research has included thousands of couples over the past 40 years and he is an author or co-author of 40 books. Drs. John and Julie Schwartz Gottman have co-presented educational workshops for couples and clinical training for marriage therapists world-wide.