Thank you for visiting. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor - with an office in Mebane, North Carolina.
Starting March 18, 2020, I will unfortunately be temporarily unable to see clients in my Mebane office. However, I can offer videoconference/telemedicine appointments for interested clients. I have been providing videoconference supervision services to provisionally-licensed counselors since 2011 - and am reasonably well-experienced with the technology necessary to provide this type of service. Click "Counseling" above for more information related to this service.
Online clinical supervision for mental health professionals in North Carolina.
In my full-time job, I am a Professor within the Counselor Education Program at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), a CACREP-accredited counselor education program.
You may have noticed that the listing of my credentials has changed...and some of my materials do not reflect that change. In some places, you will see "LCMHCS", and in others you will see "LPCS". Starting January 1, 2020, North Carolina changed legislation related to the naming of professional counselors. They changed the license from "LPCS" (Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor) to "LCMHCS" (Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor). Please note that this only a change in name. No other requirements, training, expectations, etc. were changed. Wherever you may see "LPCS", I just haven't gotten around to changing some of my materials.