Cecilia Stonebraker

Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist

About

Cecilia is a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor-Associate, a Certified Supervisor Intern, and a Gottman Level 1 couples’ therapist. She has over 8 years of experience in addiction and behavioral health and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina State University. Additional education includes a graduate certificate in counseling education from N. C. State as well as a master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Wake Forest University and a bachelor’s in business administration from Catawba College. Cecilia has sought additional training in trauma, dialectical behavioral therapy, victim advocacy for survivors of gender based violence, emotionally focused therapy, and providing affirming and responsive treatment to BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and Autistic and Neurodiverse individuals.

Cecilia is a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor-Associate, a Certified Supervisor Intern, and a Gottman Level 1 couples’ therapist. She has over 8 years of experience in addiction and behavioral health and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina State University. Additional education includes a graduate certificate in counseling education from N. C. State as well as a master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Wake Forest University and a bachelor’s in business administration from Catawba College. Cecilia has sought additional training in trauma, dialectical behavioral therapy, victim advocacy for survivors of gender based violence, emotionally focused therapy, and providing affirming and responsive treatment to BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and Autistic and Neurodiverse individuals.

Chelsey Beauchamp

LPC

About

Chelsey is originally from Pensacola, Florida. As a licensed therapist, Chelsey obtained her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During graduate school, Chelsey gained experience working at Price Counseling Center, which provides treatment for the DUI court of Cherokee County. In this private practice setting, she had the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele on a variety of issues, including addictions, anger, depression, trauma, mental health, and chronic health concerns.

Throughout her time in private practice, Chelsey has gained experience working with teens and adults facing a variety of issues. Specifically, Chelsey has worked extensively with clients experiencing eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-harm. Chelsey also has worked extensively with individuals experiencing life and career transitions. Her passion for the therapeutic process, extensive training, and experience have prepared her to work with clients with a wide range of needs.

Chelsey uses an integrative approach in therapy; she primarily practices from an attachment theoretical perspective and draws from cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy in order to help facilitate change. In her free time, Chelsey enjoys spending time with her two beagles and traveling with her husband.

Chelsey is originally from Pensacola, Florida. As a licensed therapist, Chelsey obtained her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During graduate school, Chelsey gained experience working at Price Counseling Center, which provides treatment for the DUI court of Cherokee County. In this private practice setting, she had the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele on a variety of issues, including addictions, anger, depression, trauma, mental health, and chronic health concerns.

Throughout her time in private practice, Chelsey has gained experience working with teens and adults facing a variety of issues. Specifically, Chelsey has worked extensively with clients experiencing eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-harm. Chelsey also has worked extensively with individuals experiencing life and career transitions. Her passion for the therapeutic process, extensive training, and experience have prepared her to work with clients with a wide range of needs.

Chelsey uses an integrative approach in therapy; she primarily practices from an attachment theoretical perspective and draws from cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy in order to help facilitate change. In her free time, Chelsey enjoys spending time with her two beagles and traveling with her husband.

Andrea Heldt

LMHCA

About

I have 10 years of experience working with individuals. I first started working at the school systems doing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to kids struggling with different diagnosis. (More on ABA later!) I also worked at an agency working with high crisis behavior such as self-injury and high magnitude aggression for children 2 to 18 years old. Later on, I got to manage two Adult Family Homes for people with developmental disabilities (autism, down syndrome, etc). I got my masters at Gonzaga University and continue to grow my experience as an intern at Frontier Behavioral Health where I got to see clients with Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, depression and more. I have seen and counseled many different people with different diagnosis and various challenges. I highly enjoy working with autistic adults as well as anybody going through any life transition.

Disclaimer: I am a neurodivergent affirmative therapist. I do not run under ABA practices and I am here to help talk about healing from any form of therapy that did not suit your unique needs.

I have 10 years of experience working with individuals. I first started working at the school systems doing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to kids struggling with different diagnosis. (More on ABA later!) I also worked at an agency working with high crisis behavior such as self-injury and high magnitude aggression for children 2 to 18 years old. Later on, I got to manage two Adult Family Homes for people with developmental disabilities (autism, down syndrome, etc). I got my masters at Gonzaga University and continue to grow my experience as an intern at Frontier Behavioral Health where I got to see clients with Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, depression and more. I have seen and counseled many different people with different diagnosis and various challenges. I highly enjoy working with autistic adults as well as anybody going through any life transition.

Disclaimer: I am a neurodivergent affirmative therapist. I do not run under ABA practices and I am here to help talk about healing from any form of therapy that did not suit your unique needs.

Claire Stuebe

LCMHC, LPC

About

In my role as counselor I am honored to support individuals who are struggling with various aspects of life. Perhaps dealing with strong anxiety or depression, negative self talk, relationship issues, work or school pressures, unhealthy habits and poor self care. Does any of this sound like you? I will work with you to understand what is happening, design strategies to address your specific issues, and work step by step with you as we remove the barriers and build new and better ways of being you. Healthy, happy and connected to the world around you.
Encompassing compassion and practicality, I use cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, and short-term solution-focused therapies, often in my practice. I am EMDR trained, but prefer to use EFT (a cognitive somatic tapping technique), shown to help individuals integrate and heal from past traumatic events, life experience, difficult memories, present food cravings, stress, anxiety, and phobias. I also use cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients process certain issues and find solutions. My blending of cognitive and mind-body practice creates a unique healing experience for clients.
I am eager to help you thrive in all areas of your life, and will offer you the tools to make effective and lasting changes. I look forward to working with you towards the peace and health you desire. For clients who prefer speaking Spanish, I have a good command of the language. I am licensed in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida and Maryland is pending.

In my role as counselor I am honored to support individuals who are struggling with various aspects of life. Perhaps dealing with strong anxiety or depression, negative self talk, relationship issues, work or school pressures, unhealthy habits and poor self care. Does any of this sound like you? I will work with you to understand what is happening, design strategies to address your specific issues, and work step by step with you as we remove the barriers and build new and better ways of being you. Healthy, happy and connected to the world around you.
Encompassing compassion and practicality, I use cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, and short-term solution-focused therapies, often in my practice. I am EMDR trained, but prefer to use EFT (a cognitive somatic tapping technique), shown to help individuals integrate and heal from past traumatic events, life experience, difficult memories, present food cravings, stress, anxiety, and phobias. I also use cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients process certain issues and find solutions. My blending of cognitive and mind-body practice creates a unique healing experience for clients.
I am eager to help you thrive in all areas of your life, and will offer you the tools to make effective and lasting changes. I look forward to working with you towards the peace and health you desire. For clients who prefer speaking Spanish, I have a good command of the language. I am licensed in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida and Maryland is pending.