Mary Anne is an Associate Professional Counselor. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish from Furman University and a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University. During her graduate program, she gained experience working with individuals and families in both medical and private practice settings.
In the counseling room, Mary Anne strives to create a comfortable space for clients to be their authentic self and work through their concerns. She works alongside her clients to encourage them to discover their strengths, explore ways to empower themselves, and promote healthy change.
Mary Anne’s areas of focus include:
Individuals: depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, grief and loss, life stage transitions, coping skills, and stress management
Children and Teens: social and behavioral challenges, attachment issues, identity development, self-harm, autism spectrum disorder, peer conflict, and bullying
Families: communication issues, co-parenting, blended families, infertility, and adoption
Women’s Issues: maternal mental health, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, adjustment to new life roles, and self-esteem
Mary Anne is a member of the American Counseling Association and is a National Certified Counselor.