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Indiviudal Therapy

Individual mental health or substance use therapy is a powerful tool for improving mental health. It is a collaborative process between a trained mental health professional and an individual seeking to address psychological, emotional, or behavioral concerns. 

Therapy is a safe and confidential space to explore your emotional, mental, and psychological health, relationships, values, goals, and needs. Therapy can also be a source of support and validation during challenging times. 


Anxiety can feel like a constant worry or fear that is difficult to control. Symptoms may include physical sensations like a racing heart, sweating, trembling, and avoidance of situations that trigger your anxiety.

Trauma and PTSD

Trauma is a response to deeply distressing events that can affect a person's mental, emotional, and physical health. This can include symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, hypervigilance, low mood, memory problems, trouble concentrating, relationship strain, isolation, and more. 

Mood Disorders

 Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and other mood disorders significantly impact a person's everyday life. People who struggle with mood disorders can experience irritability, hopelessness, difficulty concentrating, or changes in appetite or sleep patterns.

Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating

Eating disorders include Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). These disorders often include behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs that lead to adverse health and emotional outcomes.

We approach food and body-related challenges from a Health at Every Size (HAES approach).

Body Image

In a culture with many messages about appearance, it can be hard to feel good about one's body. People who struggle with poor body image often experience shame, disgust, or other negative emotions. They may also see themselves differently than they actually look (body dysmorphia).

Substance Use and Addiction

Using substances like alcohol or other drugs can become out of control and affect many areas of a person's life, including their health, relationships, work/school, finances, and legal status. It often takes help to moderate use, stop using, or maintain recovery. 

Life Transitions

Both positive and negative changes in life can be challenging. The stress a transition causes can lead to symptoms including feeling overwhelmed, low mood, anxiety, or uncertainty about the future.

Grief and Loss

Grieving the loss of a significant person in one's life is often a difficult and painful process.

Many people feel sad, numb, or angry and struggle with everyday tasks. Some grief situations can include traumatic experiences, which make the grieving process even more challenging.


Burnout can result from chronic personal or professional stress. Symptoms may include feeling exhausted, detached, and experiencing a lack of motivation or fulfillment in your daily activities.

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Our Treatment Approaches

We adopt an integrative approach and employ various therapeutic techniques tailored to address specific areas of concern. These may include: 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) informed

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)


Internal Family Systems (IFS) Informed





Eye Movement Desensatization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Our providers are trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, also known as EMDR. EMDR is a type of psychotherapy that helps people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences by using eye movements or other forms of rhythmic, bilateral stimulation. This therapy aims to help the brain reprocess traumatic memories more adaptively, reducing the emotional and physical symptoms associated with the trauma.

EMDR therapy is a well-established approach to treating trauma and has been found effective in numerous studies.


We provide teletherapy services, where our mental health professionals offer remote counseling through video conferencing.


Teletherapy is a convenient and accessible alternative to in-person therapy, allowing clients to receive support and treatment from their homes. During a teletherapy session, mental health professionals interact with their clients in the same way as they would in an in-person session.

We offer teletherapy services to adults located in North Carolina. Additionally, Leah Berry can provide teletherapy to clients in California, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Oklahoma.


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