Adriana Serban, Psy.D.
Confidential Voicemail: 704-375-5354 ext 404
Epworth United Methodist Church
1030 Burrage Road NE
Concord, NC 28025
Epworth UMC, Concord
From I-85, take exit #60/Dale Earnhardt Blvd/Copperfield Blvd. Turn left on Dale Earnhardt Blvd. Continue on Copperfield Blvd NE. Continue on Lake Concord Rd NE. Turn Left on Burrage Road NE. Arrive at 1030 Burrage Road NE.
Epworth United Methodist Church has a "U" shaped drive that circles around behind the church and comes back out onto Burrage Road. If you are facing the church from Burrage road, take the driveway located on the right side. Circle all the way around the church until you are headed back toward Burrage road. You'll see a glass door, come in and you will enter the waiting area. Please be seated and I will come looking for you at the appointed time. Alternatively, as you face Epworth with your back to Burrage, simply walk around to the left end of the building and you will see the sign and glass door.Close
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church
1225 Chestnut Dr.
High Point, NC 27262
Wesley Memorial UMC, High Point
Coming south on Eastchester drive, cross Main Street. Eastchester will become Westchester. Keep straight until reaching Chestnut Street, and turn left on Chestnut Stree. The church will be the first drive on the right. The office is located to the left of the office entrance, with a sign, "Entrance for Sanctuary Counseling Center".Close
Dr. Adriana Serban is a certified pastoral counselor, with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. She is a licensed minister in the Carolina Conference, and has significant experience working as a hospital chaplain in the Piedmont area.
Dr. Serban received her doctor of psychology from Graduate Theological Foundation in Indiana. She holds a master of divinity from Andrews University, Michigan, and has completed 5 units of clinical pastoral education at Moses Cone, Greensboro NC, as well as an internship in counseling through CareQuest Counseling Center at Alamance Regional Hospital.
Dr. Serban specializes in pastoral psychodynamic psychotherapy, working with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, grief, loss, sexual and domestic abuse, life transition, self esteem, and spiritual growth.