Bobby Newell is a Clinical Social Worker specializing in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Somatic Experiencing Therapy. With over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist, and as a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, she is currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are reducing depressive symptoms, developing coping skills for anxiety, eliminating self harming behaviors, and using mindfulness techniques to reduce stress during life adjustments. Bobby Newell is an experienced dialectical behavior therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide skills coaching and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complimentary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
Education Bobby Newell received her Masters of Social Work from UNC Chapel Hill in 1999. She also received a Bachelor of Social Work from NCSU in 1996 and a Bachelor of Psychology from UNC Chapel Hill in 1995.
License, Certifications & Awards Bobby Newell is licensed by the NC Social Work Board. Her license number is C004444.
Additional Training Bobby Newell has completed the DBT Intensive Training and remains on a DBT Consultation Team that meets weekly. She is trained in Somatic Experiencing and, in conjunction with Somatic, has completed her training in Polyvagal through the PolyVagal Institute. She is also trained in using the Safe and Sound Protocol that works hand in hand with Polyvagal Theory. Her interest in attachment work has her completing her DARe certification as well. Bobby has also completed an Intensive Collaborative Divorce Training and is a skilled Collaborative Divorce Coach.
Professional Activities and Memberships Bobby Newell is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Contact info: 919-205-5065 [email protected]
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]
Contact info: 423-281-4014 [email protected]
Andrew Shaw (they/them) is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who helps clients prioritize their mental health and create more balance in their lives. Andrew enjoys working with adults from a diverse range of backgrounds and life experiences. Their areas of focus include LGBTQIA+ and neurodiversity-affirming counseling. They approach wellness from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective.
Counseling can help us identify our goals and start taking action toward achieving them. When barriers and blocks show up along the way, a collaborative problem solving approach can get us unstuck. Andrew is also able to incorporate evidence-based therapy approaches in their work with clients, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP).
Andrew is able to meet with clients located anywhere in North Carolina through online video appointments.
Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Management, University of Florida
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC, North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors)
National Certified Counselor (NCC, National Board for Certified Counselors)
American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA)
Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Academic & Professional Honor Society International (CSI)
Society for Sexual, Affectional, Intersex, and Gender Expansive Identities (SAIGE)
Transgender Professional Association for Transgender Health (TPATH)
Appointment availability: andrewshawcounseling.com/appointments
Mary Parsons is a Clinical Social Worker (LCSWA) who specializes in mood and anxiety disorders. She particularly enjoys working with older adolescents and young adults on issues surrounding life transitions, identity, anxiety, depression, and healing from traumatic experiences in a forward-focused manner.
Some clients enter therapy to learn specific skills and practices to increase their well-being, while others simply want an empathetic listener to help them work through life’s challenges. Mary strives to create a warm, empathetic, and nonjudgmental environment for clients to explore the complexities of their lives and to feel heard and understood as they identify how to best move forward. Her therapeutic approach draws from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Since finding the right fit with a therapist can be a daunting and overwhelming process, Mary is happy to provide a free phone consultation to help you determine if you would like to work together.
Julia Powers Davis, MDiv, MSW, LCSWA
Julia Powers Davis is a clinical social worker specializing in mood and anxiety disorders, trauma-informed care, and identity development work with older adolescents, young adults, and adults of all ages. Julia is a recent graduate of a dual degree program at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work and Duke Divinity School, where she enjoyed studying intersections of mental health, social justice, and religious/spiritual issues. She has a special interest in religious trauma, carrying an awareness that religious/spiritual communities can be helpful in some cases and harmful in other cases, sometimes perpetrating and perpetuating abuse, rejection, discrimination, and other complex circumstances which impact our human development and mental health. Julia is committed to serving clients of any or no faith tradition in an inclusive, LGBTQ+ affirming, and culturally sensitive practice. She has received training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), motivational interviewing (MI), and mindful self-compassion (MSC). She enjoys using warmth, humor, and creativity in therapy, believing in the healing potential of a good therapeutic relationship. She has experience in a variety of inpatient, outpatient, community-based, and telehealth settings supporting clients around mood and anxiety disorders, traumatic experiences, emotion regulation, stress management, guilt and shame, grief and loss, relationships, and life transitions.
Contact Info: (919)797-9274 or [email protected]
Christine Ngeve LCSWA, LCASA
Christine is a clinical social worker who specializes in anxiety, depression, substance use disorders, and student-athletes. Christine’s therapeutic approach is grounded in a variety of modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). She focuses on challenging and changing cognitive distortions and behaviors, improving emotional regulation, and the development of personal coping strategies that target solving current problems.
She also finds herself using the interpersonal process approach with her clients analyzing and processing how their relational experiences, thoughts about themselves, and upbringing has an impact on their present life.
Christine believes in using a person centered approach with her clients. She views herself as someone who is congruent with her clients allowing them to view her as someone who produces a comfortable setting and builds self rapport. Christine views unconditional positive regard as a necessity when working with clients to allow them to know that she accepts them for where they are and who they are. While doing this, she is showing empathy with her client when they are discussing their emotions and feelings around what is going on.
Education: MSW, Masters of Social Work, North Carolina State University B.A., Psychology Minor Social Work, Shaw University
Contact information: [email protected] | 919-443-0880
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.