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We try to best match your needs with a therapists expertise based on availability.
Our Triangle Therapists currently serve Wake, Durham, Orange, Chatham, Harnett, and Johnston Counties. This consists of Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Pittsboro, Angier, Clayton, Smithfield, and surrounding towns. If you are unsure if we serve your area, please reach out to your Marketing Relationship Specialist, Amanda Moore at 919-757-6498.
Meet Margo Arrowsmith, LCSW,
serving Wake County and Cary Office.
Margo Arrowsmith has 35 years of experience working with individuals and families. A graduate of Hunter College School of Social Work, she has numerous post-graduate training and certifications, including being an ordained Interfaith Contemplative Minister and certified to do Jungian dream groups. Margo started her work with older people at the Essex County Parks Department, in Newark, NJ, in a recreation program with an emphasis on education and physical activity. Margopractices individual, family and group work with older persons.
Meet Irene Reville, LCSW
serving Durham and Chatham Counties.
Irene Reville, LCSW is a psychotherapist with Silver Linings for Seniors, which provides home-based and site-based mental health care to older people. Irene has specialized for many years in counseling and case management focused on issues of aging and disability. She recently moved to the Triangle area from Baltimore, Maryland, where she had a career in the Aging Adults Unit of the Department of Social Services.
Meet Beverly Stolarick, LCSW
serving Durham County.
Beverly takes a cognitive approach to counseling by examining how one’s thoughts and attitudes affect their feelings and behavior. Her work experience has been primarily in the mental health field, working in three of the state hospitals in NC. She has also worked for several years as a counselor in a community mental health center with all ages. Beverly has an expertise in meeting clients where they are at, and considerable experience working with severe and persistent brain disorders (Mental Illness).
Meet Carol Farmer, LCSW
serving Wake County.
Carol Farmer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree from Atlanta University, Atlanta Georgia. For the past 29 years Carol has been providing individual, group and family counseling in a variety of settings throughout her career. Carol specializes in working with depression, adjustments to changes in life, anxiety, grief, and building family systems. She enjoys working in geriatrics through motivation, empowerment, and implementing a cognitive behavioral person-centered approach. Carol focuses on developing a more balanced view, self-discovery, self acceptance, and providing a means toward healing and positive growth.
Our Triad Therapists currently provide services in Forsyth County. If you are unsure if we serve your area, please reach out to your Marketing Relationship Specialist, Amanda Moore at 919-757-6498.
Meet Jennifer Cui, LCSW
serving Forsyth County.
Jennifer Cui is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree from North Carolina State University. After receiving her BS and then MS in neuroscience from Tulane University in New Orleans, she moved with her family to North Carolina. Jennifer started her social work career in hospice and palliative care, working with clients and their families in their private homes, as well as in skilled nursing, assisted living, and independent living facilities. She also has hospital experience, having worked in the oncology and emergency departments.
Outside of work, Jennifer loves to spend her time cooking, traveling, reading extensively, and spending as much time as possible with her husband and two young children.
Meet Laura Gold, LCSW
serving Forsyth County.
Laura Gold is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree from San Jose State University. Laura has experience providing mental health and case management services to both children and adults in a community mental health setting, hospital, and most recently working primarily with seniors in an outpatient dialysis facility. Laura utilizes a variety of techniques and approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths-based therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based stress reduction.
In her free time, Laura enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, hiking, and reading.
Therapists in all regions
Kathleen Murphy is a compassionate and enthusiastic mental health professional with over ten years’ experience in her field. Kathleen’s background includes working with adults at risk of out-of-home placement, dually diagnosed clients (MH/SA), youth in foster care and their families, and in community mental health, government programs, medical facilities, and schools, among others. She has worked with clients ranging in age from 3-100+ in settings that are in-home, community-based, and office-based. Kathleen’s social work journey includes case management and clinical work, beginning in Connecticut before moving to North Carolina in 2016.
Kathleen collaborates with her clients to support them through a variety of life challenges. She takes pride in creating a therapeutic environment for safe communication, growth, and healing. Kathleen commits herself to an ongoing process of learning and growth and appreciates the ability to bring that knowledge to her clients in their work together. She understands the importance of individualizing her work to be centered around each client and their specific needs.
Kathleen earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Social Work at Central Connecticut State University and was then accepted into the Advanced Standing Program at the University of Connecticut where she received her Master’s Degree in Social Work. She is currently licensed in the State of North Carolina as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
In her free time, Kathleen enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and spending time outdoors with her family and dog.
My name is Melodi, and I am a Clinical Licensed Social Worker in New York and North Carolina. Most of the clients I have worked with have mainly struggled with transition periods, whether that is moving, graduating, separation, loss, or family changes. I have worked with these clients to empower them and give them the tools they need to improve their coping responses, communication, and understand their behaviors and thought processes. These client’s goals are usually aligned with wanting to improve their lives, coping skills, relationships, and communication. My goal has always been to guide them on their way there.
Therapy can be hard-work, but there’s no reason it shouldn’t be fun and enjoyable too. I work to build a positive environment with my clients so that they feel comfortable and engaged in coming to sessions. My specialties include positive psychology, strengths-based approach, motivational interviewing, CBT, and talk therapy.
Finding the right therapist can be a difficult battle, and therapy should be a judgment-free zone. I always make sure to build a strong relationship with my clients by making sure they feel safe and welcome, no matter their reason for seeking out therapy. If it sounds like we could be a good fit, please reach out!
Melissa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate with a Master of Social Work degree from Winthrop University. Melissa brings a variety of experience and knowledge in the aging healthcare community that are additional support for both clients who are aging and their caregivers. Her specialty areas are helping people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, healing relationships within families and adjustments to life changes. Melissa is passionate about helping people heal through both a strengths-based perspective and providing a safe and compassionate space to heal utilizing mindfulness along with cognitive behavioral therapy.
Irihanelisse Goire, better known as Neli, is a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate (LCSWA) who is fluent in both Spanish and English. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, her first language is Spanish, which allows her to connect with her clients on a deeper level and provide therapy in their preferred language. Neli’s cultural background and language skills have given her a unique perspective on the challenges faced by individuals from diverse backgrounds. As a therapist, she is committed to promoting inclusivity and cultural sensitivity in her practice. With an empathetic approach, Neli is dedicated to creating a safe and non-judgmental space for her clients to share their thoughts and feelings. She believes in the power of collaboration and works closely with her clients to develop personalized treatment plans that meet their unique needs and goals. Neli is committed to helping her clients achieve greater self-awareness, personal growth, and overall well-being
Chandra Johnson has over 15 years of medical experience working in both in- patient and outpatient settings. For many years she has worked in direct patient care where she has provided care to Geriatric, IDD, MH/SU, homeless, and many other at-risk populations. Chandra received her MSW at North Carolina Central University along with her undergraduate degree, B.S Criminal Justice with a concentration in Juvenile Justice.
Chandra enjoys utilizing various therapeutic approaches to assist individuals to obtain goals and overcome barriers. She specializes in motivational interviewing, Cognitive behavior therapy, group and family centered treatment, and solution focused therapy.