Whitney Chambers, LCMHCA
Whitney Chambers is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA) in the state of North Carolina. She holds a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte (May 2017) as well as a Master of Science in Organizational Communication from North Carolina State University (May 2006). She worked in human resources and office administration for almost a decade before discovering her true passion for helping others, which led to a career transition as a mental health clinician. Her clinical experience includes treating the following areas: anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, single living, spiritual crises, trauma, women’s issues, and career counseling. She treats adolescents (age 12 and up) and adults of all ages.
Whitney understands how life circumstances can test what we think and know about the world. She also knows that not all pain is physical as we go through life’s journey; we can be impacted mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Whitney believes in the human capacity for change no matter the situation, and she seeks to help individuals develop skills for communication, resilience, building relationships, and resolving conflict. As a counselor, Whitney strives to be attentive to a person’s entire well-being during therapy.
By using an eclectic approach and drawing from evidence-based models, Whitney implements personalized treatment plans aimed at the therapeutic goals each client has. Her clinical background touches on a wide variety of therapy models such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). She is also adept at integrating faith-based counseling for clients who request it.
Having lived in the Triangle area since 2004, Whitney is glad to call Raleigh her home. In her personal time, she enjoys reading, spending time with friends, talking walks on local green spaces, sipping coffee or tea, listening to music, and watching stand-up comedy.