Michelle F. Moseley, MS, LPC, NCC
Who Am I?
Therapy is a journey that you take alongside your therapist. This journey may wind through difficult patches, but always with the goal of increasing your overall wellness and/or resolving your concerns. Like any journey, it’s important to know the person with whom you’re traveling.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in NC (#12491) and a National Certified Counselor (#755784) with over 15 years of experience in various helping professions, including clinical work in college counseling centers and community mental health agencies. I received my BA from Wake Forest University, worked as a mentor to college students, and returned to UNC-Greensboro to complete my MS in Counseling.
I work with individuals ages 12 and up, providing both individual and group therapy. I especially enjoy working with adolescents and young adults, or those who are experiencing life transitions. My approach to therapy is eclectic, always putting the needs and concerns of the individual first. I am trained to utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities within the context of person-centered therapy sessions where the goal is always to allow the individual client to feel heard and valued. Some of the modalities which I practice are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Psychoeducational interventions. I am Level I trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy, which allows me to assist individuals in addressing trauma and other troubling thought patterns. I believe each person comes to therapy with a unique set of experiences and strengths, and the goal of our journey is to explore how to best utilize those strengths to achieve your goals.
I have experience in working with a variety of areas of concern, which you can view listed below, and would be honored to assist you along your journey of therapy.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Mood Disorders (Depression, Bipolar Disorder)Personality Disorders
Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders
Adjustment Disorders (dealing with transition)