Michelle F Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC2020-09-29T14:07:03+00:00

Michelle F Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC

Michelle F Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC
Michelle F Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC

Who Am I?

Michelle F. Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC (she/her/hers)

Credentials

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in NC (#12491)

National Certified Counselor (#755784)

My Education

I received my Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2016. My undergraduate studies included a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Psychology, graduating from Wake Forest University in 2002.

My Related Experience

I have over 15 years of experience in various helping professions, including clinical work in college counseling centers, community mental health agencies, and private practice. After completing my undergraduate degree, I worked as a mentor to college students for almost a decade prior to returning to school to pursue a graduate degree in counseling.

My Special Training or Certifications

I use a variety of therapy modalities based on the specific treatment needs of clients. I have training and experience in many areas, but have special training and expertise in the following areas:

Trauma-Informed Care

HAES-Informed Care (Health at Every Size)

Safe Zone Trained (LGBTQ+ focus)

Trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Trained in Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Level 1 Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

My Areas of Focus

I focus on the following areas in my work with folks ages 12 and older:

Anxiety Disorders

Adjustment Concerns (dealing with life transitions)

Emotion Regulation

Interpersonal Relationships

LGBTQ+ Concerns

Mood Disorders (Depression, Bipolar Disorder)

Spiritual Concerns (supportive of your spiritual beliefs)

Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders

My Purpose as a Mental Health Counselor

My purpose as your counselor/therapist is to walk alongside you and provide guidance as you work through your concerns and difficulties. I view therapy as a journey that you take alongside your counselor. This journey may wind through difficult patches, but always with the goal of increasing your overall wellness and/or resolving your concerns. My goal as a counselor includes listening to you, providing feedback, and giving you tools to utilize outside of our sessions.

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. I provide trauma- informed care. I am fat positive, believing that all bodies deserve respect and compassion, and utilize a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach. I am LGBTQ+ affirming. I work to increase personal awareness of the concerns that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) individuals face, and strive to be anti-racist. I am spiritually affirming, utilizing a client’s belief system to assist in healing, for those who desire for this to be a part of their therapy experience.

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 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.

My Life Outside the Office

I enjoy reading both fiction and non-fiction. I also enjoy trying out various cuisines. In addition, I consider myself a lifelong learner and enjoy exploring information about a variety of topics.

One View of Spirituality and Mental Health

People are more than the sum of their parts. Various aspects of oneself might contribute to a sense of wholeness. These include, but are not limited to: physical, emotional, vocational, intellectual, relational, and spiritual. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, my role is to come alongside people in their [...]

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