60 minutes (after intake): $100
45 minutes (after intake): $80
* Sliding scale available upon client request & availability *
Adults only (18+)
Mondays: 9 AM - 7 PM
Wednesdays: 7 AM - 1 PM
Thursdays: 9 AM - 7 PM
Emily Campbell, PhD, LCMHC, NCC
* Emily is not taking new clients at this time *
Emily is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC #9607) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC # 300519) in North Carolina. She earned a M.Ed. Ed.S., (master’s degree) in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) at the University of Florida (August, 2011) and a Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (August, 2015). She’s practiced clinical mental health and couples and family counseling since December 2012.
Emily believes that each person is unique, resilient, and holds an intrinsic ability to heal. The foundation to her counseling approach is in humanistic and attachment/relational theories. Emily offers a compassionate and collaborative space with the intent to develop a safe therapeutic process. Her approach is client-centered, holistic (focus on mind/body/spirit), and grounded in empathy, authenticity (genuineness and realism), and acceptance. Emily uses evidence-based narrative and experiential therapeutic interventions including components of mindfulness, breath, and somatic practices. By guiding an exploration of past and present life experiences, her intention is to help others cultivate new insights, create healthier coping skills and relationships with self & other, and discover more fulfilling ways of being in life. Her approach is adapted to meet the unique needs of each client.
Emily’s clinical interests and experiences are working with populations 18 years of age and older. She offers individual, couple and family counseling services. As a generalist, she works with people who experience a variety of different concerns, particularly anxiety and stress management, self-worth, body image, women’s issues, mood regulation, relationship conflict and communication, life transitions, identity development, career adjustments, indecisions, intimacy, grief and loss, depression, and mindfulness/wellness development.
“Remember, the entrance door to the sanctuary is inside of you” - Rumi