Rob Reinhardt, LPC-S, M.Ed., NCC
Director, Counselor, Coach (Life/Business/Relationship), Private Practice Consultant, Speaker M.Ed., LPC-S, NCC
Rob Reinhardt is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, and Nationally Certified Counselor providing therapy to children, adolescents and adults through individual, couples and family therapy. In addition, Rob provides Life Coaching, Private Practice Consulting and LPC/LPC-A Supervision.
Life throws many challenges our way, often when we aren’t expecting them. Counseling provides the opportunity to address those challenges with the help of a trained professional. Rob understands and values the uniqueness of every individual and strives to provide an environment in which clients and he can work together to meet their goals. He also understands that none of us exist in a vacuum and our unique set of situations and relationships also have a great impact on our lives.
Note: You can read more about Rob’s experience and the challenges he can help you address on his professional web site.
Michael Dunaway, M.Ed., LPC-A, NCC
Counselor M. Ed., LPC-A, NCC
“…Therapy is not just about creating an absence of negative feelings, or, conversely, about creating happy feelings. It is about helping you live a productive life and about helping you develop and sustain meaningful relationships. It’s also about learning and applying the skills needed in order to grow from life’s ups and downs.” – Dr. Neal Houston
Having grown up in Wake County, Michael has longed to be able to provide mental health counseling to the community he loves. He believes that life experiences, no matter how painful or confusing, can provide opportunities for growth and healing. Michael brings compassion, caring, and empathy to each counseling relationship. He is committed to working with each client to identify goals, recognize barriers to those goals, and develop a functional plan.
Michael is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and a Nationally Certified Counselor. He earned his Master of Education in School Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati, and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has over 9 years of counseling experience working with adolescents, adults, and families using an eclectic counseling approach including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, and Reality Therapy. Clinical specialties include depression, anxiety, self harm, divorce, negative body image, and teen issues. In addition to his private practice, he is currently a crisis counselor at a local high school.
Kathy Mock, LCSW
The decision to seek therapy can be difficult with feelings of uncertainty, fear and weakness. However, this decision is usually made from strength to seek a better emotional state, a better way of coping with distress, and an earnest desire for change. So, I welcome you to this space and encourage you to call and schedule an appointment with me. I would enjoy walking this walk with you.
I have been fortunate to have a previous career in exercise physiology and sought my masters in Social Work when I realized my passion centered on helping people make the changes they desire. I enjoy working with adults, age 18 and older, focusing on anxiety, depression, adjustment to life changes, grief/loss, parenting issues and personality disorders. With experience in long term care, outpatient medical setting, community mental health and inpatient substance abuse, I have a holistic approach to therapy involving multiple therapeutic approaches and skill development. These approaches include teaching and using DBT skills, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness, supportive and solution focused therapies.
I moved from Michigan a few years ago to be closer to family, primarily my 3 grand daughters, and, of course, my daughter and son in law. I like to spend as much time as possible outside, either gardening, hiking with Bailey (my dog), exercising or just sitting on the front porch swing.
“A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step.” Lao Tzu
Nancy Harte, MA, LCAS
“What is addiction, really? It is a sign, a signal, a symptom of distress. It is a language that tells us about a plight that must be understood.”-Alice Miller
“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” -Carl Bard
Welcome to the world of recovery! Substance use and related issues can feel overwhelming, and those who seek help are taking a brave step. Nancy has been helping men and women who suffer from addictions since 2012. She approaches addiction in partnership with her clients, building on their strengths and working closely with clients to explore underlying thoughts and actions related to the problems so often experienced as a result of substance misuse and abuse. Nancy has experience in all areas of evidence based recovery practices (program AND nonprogram based, abstinence and harm-reduction) and adapts the theoretical styles to meet the diverse needs of her clients. Nancy utilizes motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, solution focused, and reality therapies in her counseling. She provides individual and small-group counseling.
Nancy is registered with the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Board as a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist. She received a Master of Arts degree in psychology from St. John’s University in New York and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Nancy’s background includes work as a Behavioral Specialist, in Family Court, as well as in Medication Management Treatment. She has a strong research background. Nancy has experience working with DWI offenders, as well as those afflicted with opioid dependency. Nancy is certified as a Prime for Life instructor and offers the NC state-mandated ADETS class for DWI offenders, as well as short and longer term outpatient treatment. Nancy holds membership with the Addiction Professionals of NC.
Anne Miller, LPC, NCC
It is Anne’s belief that life presents challenges that ultimately can be building blocks for growth and self discovery. As individuals process these sometimes uncomfortable changes in their lives, they may become unsure of their own unique path. In Anne’s counseling style she acknowledges, with warmth and understanding, this common human concern. She uses empathy and active listening to assure clients of her partnership to help them discover and navigate as they work through difficulties in their lives. Building on their strengths and resources, she encourages goal setting and interventions that help clients live more fulfilled and satisfied lives. Using an eclectic approach, which combines Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, Reality Therapy, Feminist Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Counseling, Anne adapts the theoretical styles to meet the diverse needs of clients. Techniques include individual and small group counseling, helping clients recognize their own compentencies and finding a solution. Anne enjoys working with people of all ages and feels a particular affinity with adolescents. She has active memberships in the American School Counselor’s Association and the North Carolina School Counselor’s Association.
Anne earned her Master of Education in Counseling from North Carolina State University (May, 2008), a Master of Arts in Asian Studies from Cornell University (August, 1986) and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University (May, 1978). She is currently employed as a Counselor at a local high school and has worked as a Social Studies teacher for over twenty years at both the middle and high school levels. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC#238971) and a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in the State of North Carolina (LPCA#A9216).