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Dr. Phillip Sharp

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Dr. Phillip Sharp
PO Box 3814
Wilmington, NC 28406
United States
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(910) 313 - 0460
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http://www.phillipsharp.net/



Dr. Phillip Sharp

Dr. Sharp has over 25 years of experience and study in the field of psychology. He has practiced for the last 20 years in Wilmington, NC. As a mental health practitioner, he offer services that utilize safe and proven procedures that are based on more than 20 years of experience.

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