Therapists & Counselors
Raleigh, Durham, & Chapel Hill




Our Coronavirus Response

We are offering telehealth (i.e., online) services only for new clients at all Third Wave office locations. We will resume in-person services upon the expiration of all applicable “stay-at-home” orders. All of our mental health professionals offer online therapy and counseling services to help you navigate the chaos and uncertainty caused by the current public health crisis.

We will be updating our website periodically to communicate any changes to our response to the evolving coronavirus public health concern.

What We Do

Mental Health and Wellness Services

We’re passionate about helping people make positive change happen in their lives. To do this, we offer a variety of mental health & wellness services including therapy and counseling, life & wellness coaching, and yoga. Each person presents with unique challenges and goals, so we feel it’s important to provide an array of services. 


Our licensed therapists and counselors provide individual therapy services for a wide variety of mental health issues and concerns. Meet one-on-one in one of our offices or online.


Our child and adolescent therapists and counselors meet with both the child and the family/supports to provide the best care possible.


Our couples therapists are here to help both married and unmarried couples rebuild relationships and restore trust, respect, and love for each other.


We believe in the power of the group setting and strive to offer an array of therapeutic and wellness groups and programs.

What is “Third Wave Therapy?”

Our therapists, counselors, and coaches all share a common approach to mental wellness grounded on cutting-edge, scientifically supported psychological and behavioral theories. We invite you to read more about our approach to therapy and wellness coaching.

Meet Our Team

Therapists & Counselors

Our therapists and counselors are all North Carolina licensed mental health professionals and include licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), licensed professional counselors (LPC), and licensed marriage & family therapists (LMFT). All clinicians are experienced in treating common mental health concerns such as depression and anxiety. Click to learn more about a particular clinician’s experience, treatment expertise, and therapeutic approach.

From Our Blog

Latest news and insights

Keeping a Routine When Life is Not Routine

I dislike the term “new normal” when referring to the current healthcare crisis associated with COVID-19.  I believe it is meant to give comfort to people within a changing world; however, I think we need to accept that at least for the…

Social Distancing and Your Relationship

Social distancing creates interesting dilemmas for maintaining healthy relationships.  During this unprecedented time it is important to remain open with your partner as you navigate boundaries around social distancing.  Below are some tips to keep your relationship strong both now and beyond…

Labeling and Self Esteem

Labeling is a large contributor to poor self esteem which is often overlooked.  Labeling within a behavioral health context means using a broad (often negative) term to describe oneself based upon one’s behaviors and/or thinking patterns.  Labeling creates an issue where negative …

Who’s Talking, You or Your Eating Disorder?

Eating disorders (EDs) can be difficult mental illnesses to treat, and come with a lot of internalized shame. This is often related to the inner conflict that accompanies eating disorders that can be different from other mental illnesses. Most mental illnesses are…

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