I have provided clinical services to children, adolescents, and adults ranging from early adulthood to late adulthood in multiple settings. My counseling experiences include clients that have various backgrounds and life experiences.
Seeking help is the first step of many to having a more satisfying quality of life. A lack of resources, supports, or insight of a problem can make finding a solution seem almost impossible. I recognize that a perception of a problem is unique. I am committed to instilling hope and assist with identifying existing barriers to achieving personal goals. Amy is a native and resident of North Carolina.
Inshe received her postgraduate nursing degree in Psychiatric Mental Health from Maryville University. She is qualified to provide psychiatric and mental health services across the entire lifespan. The only journey is the journey within. Ashley-Laren believes that counseling is a collaborative effort, between you and her, and enforces this by using an integrated counseling approach.
This approach includes person-centered therapy, strength-based approaches, resiliency, cognitive behavioral therapy, and trauma informed care. During sessions, Ashley-Laren strives to achieve a genuine and empathetic relationship with you, uses your strengths, as well as resourcefulness in order to achieve your set goals. My specialty is in individual, couple, family, and marriage counseling.
I work with adults, young adults, adolescents, and children. I pride myself in helping individuals find the root of their problems, while developing coping skills to navigate through life.
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Our thoughts and beliefs are the cornerstone of our destinations. Developing a clear understanding of our thoughts and beliefs, will allow us to see things clearly.
Remember, our thoughts and beliefs determines our yesterday, today and tomorrow. Let me help you to see a brighter today, tomorrow, and future. As a d Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Life Coach my objective is to help people work through the issues and transitions of their lives and to empower them to lead a life free from the bonds of childhood wounds, every day stress and depression, and eliminate negative self-talk, in order that they will be able to lead productive and happier lives, find balance and re-discover their Passion.
Working with people to create a lifestyle of mental, spiritual, emotional and physical health and wellness. Halbreonda has experience partnering with young children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. She has worked with individuals in various settings including community mental health, outpatient settings, and residential settings.
She has extensive experience in working with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, behavioral challenges, substance abuse and self-esteem. Halbreonda believes in being genuine, transparent, and using person-centered approaches in treatment. She creates a safe and supportive space for individuals to express their selves.
Halbreonda places a strong emphasis on her therapeutic relationships so that those which she is working with feel respected, appreciated, and understood. She incorporates mindfulness and relaxation techniques to best support individual needs. Halbreonda is flexible in order to meet the unique needs of each individual she works with. Kelli has her Clinical Supervisor Intern Licensure, working towards full licensure to be obtained in the next 2 years.
In the last 2 years, she has been providing clinical supervision for persons who are working toward LCSW licensure and students in their social work field placements. Utilizing techniques such as motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy and a variety of other elements, Kelli is able to provide the support and tools individuals need to grow secure in their daily lives.
She has worked with children and adults seeking help for a variety of mental health and substance use issues. Melina strongly believes in meeting each individual where they are at when seeking support in order to build a strong therapeutic rapport.
She recognizes that an empathetic and nurturing environment is necessary to assist individuals in meeting their goals. To obtain a better quality of life, Melina seeks to collaborate with individuals in a meaningful and supportive way. Mitzie Hopkins is a d Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor, Certified Clinical Supervisor, and d Clinical Addiction Specialist in the state of North Carolina who has over 20 years of experience partnering with individuals seeking help with addiction, depression, anxiety, and mental illness. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, emergency department settings, rehabilitation centers, schools, group homes, and intensive in-home settings while working with individuals, couples, and families.
Throughout her career she has been fortunate to work with diverse populations, while gaining and continuing to gain valuable insight into the challenges presented with all in order to maximize the effectiveness of the counseling process. She has worked with a wide variety of ages including children, teens, adults, and the geriatric population. Mitzie utilizes evidence based practices with cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and various other treatment modalities.
While working with individuals, couples, and families she places the utmost importance in working collaboratively to establish individual treatment goals expressed by all involved in the therapeutic process. Mitzie utilizes a client-centered approach and seeks to establish a compassionate and caring approach with everyone participating in therapy, while focusing on individual strengths.
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She believes that the therapeutic journey should be a time for an individual to feel safe while allowing the freedom to develop insights and goals that one seeks to achieve. Nadia Haughton is a d Clinical Mental Health Clinician with 6 years partnering with individuals and couples from all walks of life facing challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma, anger, change of life, and psychosis. She has worked with individuals in private practice, community organizations, inpatient and institutional settings, and has provided enhanced service to individuals in their homes and community.
Nadia utilizes collaborative, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness-based, reality-based, strengths-based, and solution focused and emotionally focused approaches to therapy while always maintaining the creativity, adaptability, and responsiveness necessary to best meet the needs of every unique individual and couple. Nadia works to build a collaborative, supportive, and inclusive relationship to assist in working toward more effective coping by working to gain practical skills and establish boundaries with the goal of helping you have a healthier and more meaningful life experience.
Olivia Glance is a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner providing psychiatric evaluation and medication management services. Olivia knows that, as Dr. Her mission in practice is to provide the best mental healthcare to all of her clients, with the goal of improving their overall quality of life. A believer in client-centered care, Olivia has worked in both outpatient and inpatient settings.
Although she treats clients struggling with a wide array of different psychiatric conditions, she is proudest of her work in eating disorders, having gained extensive experience treating and managing this very complex and often overlooked issue. Her mission is and always has been to provide the most comprehensive, highest quality care that she can to each individual that she encounters in her work, always taking the personal background, values, and beliefs of her patients into consideration when treating them.
Payal Khanna is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in the state of North Carolina, who has experience partnering with adults seeking help with anxiety, depression and mood disorders. Khanna provides psychiatric assessment, treatment plan and medication management.
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She seeks to establish a warm and caring relationship with her patients. Her goals are to assist her patients in building on their assets and help them achieve a positive life they desire.
Selories Oglesby is a d Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of North Carolina who has experience with adolescents, adults, and couples seeking help with anxiety, anger issues, crisis, life problems, relational problems, and depression. Selories continuously maintains awareness, neutrality, and flexibility necessary to support and meet every need and goal of each individual and couple.
Selories seeks to incorporate a genuine openness, warmth, and caring relationship with you in order assist in meeting your goals, building on your strengths, and to gain a healthier meaningful life you deserve and value. Shonda R. She has 20 years of human services experience working with children and adults who have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, family issues, behavioral issues such as ADHD, conduct and mood disorders.
Shonda utilizes strength based, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused and motivational interviewing to assist individuals with doing the work it takes to become their best selves. Argosy University Doctorate of Counseling Psychology. Stephanie is a d Clinical Social Worker in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida with ten years of experience working with adults, children, and families.
Stephanie works with adults to treat Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma to include domestic violence and recent or childhood abuse. She also partners with clients to address childhood disorders to include oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder and accompanying parental support, ADHD in children, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma.
She is comfortable with populations with experiences in the child welfare or foster care system, juvenile justice, or a history of incarcerations. Stephanie uses a nurturing strength based approach in treatment and utilizes cognitive behavioral, solution focused, mindfulness, behavior management, and EMDR in treatment. She loves to be creative and will use art or play therapy approaches with your child or teen, when appropriate. Above all, Stephanie recognizes each person and their needs as unique and in need of an individualized approach.
She will bring energy to the treatment space along with a warm and caring spirit, working with you to meet your goals. Stephanie wants the best for you or your child and will be your cheerleader to get you there! Experience a provider with skill and passion for helping clients make meaningful advances in their lives, relationships, careers, and happiness.
Book Now Accepting: Aetna Cigna. I look forward to helping you. Gayle Bookout, LCMHC Philosophy of Care As a d Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Life Coach my objective is to help people work through the issues and transitions of their lives and to empower them to lead a life free from the bonds of childhood wounds, every day stress and depression, and eliminate negative self-talk, in order that they will be able to lead productive and happier lives, find balance and re-discover their Passion.
Education East Carolina University. Nadia Haughton, LCMHC Philosophy of Care Nadia Haughton is a d Clinical Mental Health Clinician with 6 years partnering with individuals and couples from all walks of life facing challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma, anger, change of life, and psychosis.
Selories Oglesby, Resident in Counseling Philosophy of Care Selories Oglesby is a d Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of North Carolina who has experience with adolescents, adults, and couples seeking help with anxiety, anger issues, crisis, life problems, relational problems, and depression. Accepting: Aetna Cigna. People Love Our Providers! Get Started Today! Charles St. Louis St.