5003 Southpark Drive,

Suite 240

Durham, NC 27713


182 Wind Chime Court,

Suite 104

Raleigh, NC 27615

4010 Oleander Drive,

Suite 100

Wilmington, NC 28403

Durham Therapists


Allison Wadleigh LCMHCA

In her work with youth, adults, and families, Allison strives to help clients take steps toward embracing a more authentic way of living and developing healthier relationships with themselves and others. Her approach is integrative, relational, and client-centered with a basis in attachment-theory. Depending on her client’s needs and developmental age, she utilizes evidence-based treatments to help clients manage mood-related issues, post-traumatic stress, self-harming behaviors, loss, abuse and/or neglect, as well as challenges of living with developmental or neurological disorders such as autism spectrum disorder or ADHD.  Allison also supports individuals of all ages reconciling faith, family of origin concerns, or struggling with sexuality and/or gender identities. She offers clients affirmation and support as they move through the pains and joys of owning or uncovering aspects of themselves. And Allison believes it is essential to acknowledge and address her client’s experiences of classist, homophobic, racist, sexist, or ableist social & political barriers that contribute to their daily challenges.

 In client treatment she utilizes her training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which combines techniques of mindfulness, emotion regulation, and social skill-building for individuals experiencing mood-disorders, relationship distress, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm. Allison holds certification in Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), which she offers to parents needing a better way to communicate with youth. She also integrates  trainings in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) to help children/teens and their parents to heal together. Additionally, she has an extensive background in creative/expressive arts and play therapy, which she utilizes with her younger clients when appropriate.

 Overall, Allison aims to be a catalyst for her clients’ deepened understanding of their powerful internal resources, which she believes can generate concrete personal solutions, enhance social connections, and bring about long-lasting positive change. 

 For more information or to schedule an intake appointment, contact Allison at  [email protected] or call (773)865-8045.


Logan Greenleaf is a Clinical Social Worker and an out trans person specializing in trauma and LGBT-issues, particularly transgender. He also focuses on bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, OCD, anxiety, grief, interpersonal and sexual violence, abuse and relationship issues. His primary modalities are Solution-Focused, Strengths Based, CBT, Motivational Interviewing and DBT.

His style is heavily collaborative with his clients. He works hard to ensure clients feel comfortable and heard, regardless of their identity and background. He makes continual efforts to stay educated, and his passion lies with underserved populations in need of a safe place to seek counseling. His sessions are goal-oriented, strenghts-based, and he sees his role more like a Virgil to a client's Dante. His intention is to serve a gentle and informed companion on a client's personal journey.

For transgender clients, his personal background offers a uniquely informed space. Logan also works well for loved ones of trans and LGB+ people. He is currently accepting Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance and accepts a limited number of sliding scale fee clients.

Contact info: 404-451-7938 [email protected]


Summer Pittman, MSW, LCSWA, LCASA

Summer (she/her) is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in treating mood and anxiety disorders, behavioral disorders, relational issues, trauma, and substance use disorders. Summer’s therapeutic approach is rooted in a variety of treatment modalities including Psychodynamic theory, Jungian theory, Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

Summer works with her clients to explore the unconscious and increase psychological flexibility through focusing on emotions, interpersonal relationships, exploring past experiences, and identifying recurring patterns. Summer assists her clients with emotional regulation, cultivating personal insight, developing agency, and increasing self-esteem.

Summer treats all clients with unconditional positive regard, believing in the power of the therapeutic relationship as a change agent. She aims to create an empathic and non-judgmental space for clients to be honest and vulnerable. Guided by the person-centered service model, Summer believes that the client is the expert of their own life and works collaboratively with individuals to achieve their goals.

Other clinical interests of Summer’s include researching personality, psychotic, and dissociative disorders, as well as working with the homeless population. In her free time, you can find Summer sewing, completing puzzles, or soaking up the sun!

Email: [email protected], phone number: 252-518-5385

Logan I

Logan Ikenberry is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (LCSWA) specializing in depression, anxiety, relational issues and trauma. Logan’s utilizes a variety of modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, while using a person centered and trauma informed approach. 

Logan has a background in crisis intervention for adolescents and families, and aims to provide both a compassionate and non-judgmental space for client’s seeking a safe therapeutic environment. She works to continually learn and educate herself in order to accommodate the diverse needs of clients and their life challenges. Logan is committed to serving clients of all backgrounds, while engaging in a culturally sensitive therapeutic practice. She utilizes techniques specific to the individual to achieve goals and build client’s strengths, while exploring along side clients with a sense of curiosity. Logan believes in meeting clients where they are, and creating a collaborative environment for her clients to pursue an increasingly enriching life. 

Email:  [email protected], phone number:  919-704-0641


Hi! My name is Sanja Broer (she/her), and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (LCSWA) with experience in providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples. My therapeutic approach is integrative and non-pathologizing, drawing from both psychodynamic and humanistic theories to support you in your healing journey. I strongly believe that the therapeutic relationship plays a central role in the healing process, and I strive to create a safe, empathetic, and non-judgmental environment for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I view our work together as a collaborative and evolving process that caters to your needs and aspirations. We will work together to identify patterns that may be hindering your progress, develop effective coping skills, and foster healthier relationships with yourself and others. 

 I have supported clients through a range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, relationship issues, and life transitions. Additionally, I am passionate about working with clients from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, and I am committed to providing culturally sensitive and inclusive care. As someone who has personally benefited from therapy, I strongly believe in the transformative power of a trusting therapeutic relationship. It has been a life-changing experience for me, and I would be honored to be a part of your journey towards conscious awareness and self-discovery. 

 Originally from Croatia, I now call North Carolina home. When not immersed in therapeutic work, I enjoy practicing yoga, dancing, and spending time with loved ones. As an avid reader, I frequently incorporate books and other resources into my work with clients. In addition to my clinical practice, I am a Crisis Text Line volunteer and a member of the National Association of Social Workers, regularly attending conferences and workshops to stay up to date with the latest evidence-based treatment approaches. 

I believe we all have the ability to heal and uncover our authentic selves; this process is truly for everyone. You don’t have to do it alone – I would be privileged to journey alongside you.  

Connect with me to schedule an appointment!  

Email: [email protected]  

Phone:  (984) 318-3203

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