Haley is a licensed therapist and Certified Level 1 PACT clinician. She is passionate about assisting her clients in unlocking their inner wisdom and striving for balance in their lives. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages, gender identities, sexual orientations, and cultural backgrounds. She provides individual therapy as well as couples and family counseling. Haley has experience assisting individuals in managing a variety of behavioral and emotional concerns including trauma, chronic pain, difficult life transitions, anxiety, depression, substance use, stress management, self-esteem, grief, and LGBTQIA+ specific stressors. She utilizes several therapeutic modalities including Somatic Experiencing (SE), Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Haley has a holistic and person-centered therapeutic style and aims to build genuine connections with the individuals she works with. She brings an authentic and nonjudgemental presence into sessions and creates a safe and welcoming therapeutic environment. Haley strives to incorporate creativity and gentle humor into every session as she believes that therapy can be both fun and challenging. She is devoted to assisting clients in feeling grounded and centered in all areas of their lives. Haley works to support individuals in achieving their goals, cultivating meaningful relationships, and improving their quality of life.
Kate believes that everyone has the ability to find power within themselves to create a life that works best for them. As a licensed professional counselor associate and a certified rehabilitation counselor, Kate will walk beside her clients as they grapple with difficult questions in order to create a more fulfilling, peaceful life. Kate specializes in working with teenagers and adults with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, body image concerns, bipolar disorder, dissociative episodes and life transitions.
Kate approaches therapy from an intersectional feminist perspective. While the word “feminism” can draw mixed reactions from some, Kate believes that every individual’s story and experiences are valid and that a person’s environment is an important consideration when working to improve their mental health. Kate uses mindfulness and grounding techniques, dialectical behavior therapy, and person centered therapy to help her clients learn how to navigate their worlds in effective and meaningful ways.
Kate considers herself an ally to people of color, the LGBTQAA+ community, those with disabilities, immigrants, and individuals of all faiths. She strives to create a safe space for individuals of all backgrounds to explore challenging topics and is dedicated to walking beside her clients with humility as they navigate therapy.
Chelsea is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is trained to help with a wide variety of mental health needs, including relationship issues, depression, anxiety and panic disorders, trauma, and grief. Her therapeutic modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing. She feels honored to be able to provide therapy for individuals, couples, and families working through a variety of life’s challenges or who want to grow personally, spiritually, or relationally.
Additionally, Chelsea is certified in Child-Parent Psychotherapy and specializes in working with child/caregiver relationships. She is passionate about working with the 0-5 year old population and the adults that care for them.
Chelsea’s priority is to create a safe, non-judgmental space, where each person feels heard and respected. Through exploring the past and gaining new insight, her goal as a therapist is to help empower you to create change that you are capable of making. She believes that each person has unique gifts and abilities, and it is those distinguished qualities that will be utilized in therapy to help you achieve your aspirations.
Kelly Caniglia is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Kelly works with adults offering individual therapy. Though Kelly has a specialty in working with trauma, PTSD, and CPTSD, she very much enjoys working with a range of clients assisting with anxiety, mood disorders, Depression, ADHD, life stressors, LGBTQ issues, relationship concerns and helping individuals find their path. Kelly takes pride in working from a positive perspective, allying with clients, helping them find their strengths and move toward empowering themselves within their own lives. Kelly approaches therapy through several different modalities, but had specialty training in the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Model, Motivational Interviewing, DBT, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), and Brainspotting. Kelly has further expertise in treating Dissociation and Dissociative Identity Disorder, and takes great pride in serving on the board of An Infinite Mind, a national organization focused on education and advocating for individuals living with DID. Kelly received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Central Florida in 2006 and her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College in 2013. Kelly started her career working in intensive in home assisting children and families with behavioral concerns and substance abuse. Prior to joining North Carolina Center for Resiliency, Kelly has been working with Psychiatric and Psychological Associates of Durham. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys going on outdoor adventures with her dogs and her partner. She is also a painter, photographer and artist. She avidly enjoys theater and being onstage as well as behind the scenes, and focuses on soaking in all of life’s experiences.
Nora is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate. She has experience providing services in a community setting to diverse populations with a passion in helping them discover the best versions of themselves they can be. This passion follows a humanistic approach to wellness, emphasizing considering the whole individual while stressing concepts like free will, self-efficacy, and self-actualization.
Promoting the strengths and uniqueness that are brought into sessions, Nora is eager to empower her clients through a person-centered and empathic approach. Her experience ranges from providing services to individuals, couples, and families coming from different walks of life and backgrounds that walk into session with an array of concerns, including anxiety, depression, life changes, family/relationship concerns and trauma. Nora believes that no two people are exactly alike, which is why she tailors her sessions to the specific needs and values that her clients bring into therapy. She does this by utilizing a variety of therapeutic approaches including Somatic Experiencing (SE), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Strengths-Based, and the Gottman Method, all while looking through a trauma-informed lens.
Understanding that everyone who is coming into therapy has different needs and concerns, Nora works to provide a safe and trusting environment in an effort for clients to feel free to share their experiences without fear of judgement or backlash. That is why maintaining a culturally-informed focus to her therapeutic relationships is one of Nora’s top priorities as a therapist.
As a clinician, Alex hopes to foster an empathetic and nonjudgmental environment in which her clients can process past experiences and build healthy coping skills to become their most authentic selves. Alex is a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate with experience providing care to persons of many different ages, genders, sexual identities, religions, and ethnicities. Her expertise is working with teen and young adult survivors of sexual, physical, and emotional traumas. She is also well versed in treating folks with anxiety, depression, substance abuse and addictive behaviors, difficult life transitions, and those within or aged out of the foster care system. Identifying as LGBTQQIAA+ herself, Alex is passionate about providing folks of all genders and identities a safe place to land and become confident in their identity.
Alex is committed to providing a person-centered approach focused on her clients’ strengths and values. She aims to equip her clients with concrete coping skills, often utilizing hands-on projects through which her clients can feel empowered in creating their own tools for self-soothing or coping, while leaving the office with something tangible to use in the future. Some of her favorite things to make with clients are sensory or ‘galaxy’ jars, coping cards, fidget toys, mandalas, and weighted lap blankets.
Alex has training and experience with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS), art therapy, and Mindfulness. She is certified in Self Management and Recovery Training (SMART), a cognitive behavioral therapy approach to managing addictive behaviors, and has a graduate certificate in Animal-Assisted Therapy. Alex incorporates grounding and mindfulness practices into her work, and strives to help explain the relationship between our feelings and our physiological manifestations through somatic psychoeducation. Generally, Alex’s approach is to pull relevant pieces from several different modalities to best fit the needs of the client.
Brittany believes in the intrinsic power of each individual and strives to support the client with their unique hopes, desires, and or needs. Working through a strengths-based lens, Brittany empowers clients to recognize, manifest, and affect change or create more functional thoughts, behaviors, coping skills, or patterns. Brittany partners with each client to create a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic environment that fosters expansion, growth, understanding, and release.
As a licensed clinical social worker and a registered yoga teacher, Brittany recognizes the importance of honoring and understanding the mind-body connection, thus incorporating more traditional psychotherapy with somatic and mindfulness-based therapeutic interventions. Brittany utilizes various modalities to meet each client’s unique needs, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, trauma-informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and coping methods from within the EMDR model. Brittany also has extensive training and experience using the EcoSystemic Structural Family Therapy model and is Triple P Parent Training certified.
Brittany has experience supporting individuals at all levels of care experiencing acute and persistent distress, disease, discomfort, and trauma. Brittany works with children of all ages experiencing anxiety, stress, or who have been impacted by trauma. In addition to working with children and adolescents individually, Brittany believes the partnership between parent(s) or caregiver(s) and herself is imperative to provide the best therapeutic interventions.
Brittany strives to continue educating herself regarding the best and culturally competent therapeutic interventions to support diverse populations. Brittany is committed to her role as an ally to, and advocate for, people of color, members of the LGBTQIA community, immigrants, and folks with disabilities.
Bill joined the team in May of 2018 and has been a Business Manager in the medical field since 2013. Prior to that he was at LL Bean for 8 years in various operational and financial roles.
Bill’s primary goal at NCCR is make the day-to-day operations at NCCR run efficiently as possible so clinician’s primary focus can be on their patients.
Sarah has a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. She has experience working with adults who have a wide range of mental health concerns, including schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders, anxiety, maintaining sobriety, difficult life transitions and experiences, low self-esteem, and stress management. Sarah’s culturally responsive approach to therapy is holistic, person-centered, and based on the strengths and goals of the individual client. Her therapeutic modalities include an eclectic mix of humanistic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, grounding techniques, and creative arts therapy. Through her background as a nurse and musician, Sarah has cultivated an immense appreciation for the mind-body connection and the healing power of creative expression.
Sarah believes it is important to critically examine larger societal issues that may influence a person’s mental health. She is an ally to the LGBTQIAA+ community, people of color, immigrants, individuals with disabilities, and people of all faiths.
Sarah understands that seeking therapy can sometimes be an intimidating and challenging experience. Therefore, she strives to build a trusting, supportive, and authentic relationship with her clients. By approaching her clients with unconditional positive regard and warmth, Sarah seeks to create a safe, non-judgmental environment where clients feel comfortable processing their thoughts, experiences, and emotions. Sarah collaborates with her clients to help them identify their goals and develop a plan to achieve them.
MSW, LICSW, LCSW
Jordan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in treating grief, loss, and trauma. Her approach to therapy is compassion-based, person-centered, and interactive. She views therapy as an opportunity to support people in ‘coming home’ to themselves and believes each person is the expert in their own story. At NCCR, she sees individuals ages 18 and up.
Jordan therapeutic framework centers identit(ies) within a larger environmental and systemic context. She values and celebrates the complexity of intersecting identit(ies) as she strives to practice with an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and non-pathologized clinical lens.
Above all, Jordan is passionate about helping clients develop curiosity and compassion for their vast array of emotional experiences and responses. She seeks to help you increase moments of creativity, connection, and play in your day-to-day life.
Jordan has more specifically trained in the following therapeutic modalities: Brainspotting, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, and Internal Family Systems (IFS). In addition, Jordan is a Reiki Practitioner.
Tori is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate with years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in many settings—on a crisis hotline, inside schools, at a residential hospital setting, and now, in her welcoming office. Tori feels comfortable and experienced in working with special populations like individuals struggling with disordered eating and those who have experienced trauma, both now or at an earlier age. She also knows well the intricacies of family experiences within the child protective system, within the foster care system, and with adoption. As a mental health provider, Tori relates to those who find themselves burnt-out in their positions, or even experiencing their own compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma and stress, and loves supporting others in the mental health, medical, or helper community. As an LGBTQIA+ identifying provider, Tori cares deeply about supporting youth and adults in the community towards living their most authentic and supported lives.
Tori’s years of specializing in trauma work have established a strong appreciation of the truth that our bodies are an inseparable part of our mental health. Feelings and sensations are the language of our bodies, and Tori would love to support you in reconnecting with your body and finding balance within the body, mind, and spirit. Tori believes every person in therapy should feel understood and empowered in the therapy room, and she will work with you from that place to ensure you are getting exactly what you need. Tori uses both evidence-based tools and the strengths and insights brought by her clients in her therapy work with others.
Marlon is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked in the mental health field in various capacities for almost 15 years. Throughout his career, he worked with adults and children who have been challenged with anger management issues, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, grief, PTSD, and attention deficits. He seeks to promote a collaborative environment with clients using strengths-based and evidence-based approaches such as CBT, Trauma-focused CBT, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and psychoeducation. His clinical approach is grounded by the belief that the clients are the experts and that he is a vessel that can help clients use their expertise to face their challenges and live an empowered lifestyle.
Prior to working in the mental health field, Marlon received his bachelor’s in economics from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1993 and a master’s in sport management from East Carolina University in 2005. In 2007, Marlon started his career working in Intensive In-Home Services at Triumph, LLC until 2013. From 2013 until 2020, Marlon worked at Freedom House Recovery Center in community and school-based services such as Community Support Team in Orange County and In-Home Therapy Services in the Franklin County school system. Then in 2020 ,Marlon went to Strategic Interventions and worked as a therapist on an Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT), where he provided treatment to members diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illnesses such as Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Major Depressive Disorders with psychotic features, and Bipolar Disorder with psychotic features. Along the way, he received his MSW from Simmons University in 2019 and became a fully licensed clinical social worker in October 2021.
In his spare time, Marlon enjoys traveling with his wife and spending time with his two daughters. Also, he enjoys detailing cars and he is an avid UNC basketball fan.
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