We are all faced with the task of aligning with our authentic selves, a journey that is especially challenging for women—we are pressured to fulfill many roles, our decisions are subjected to higher scrutiny, and our right to autonomy is not always in our own hands (i.e., abortion, reproductive rights). In trying to navigate all these moving pieces, we are often overcome by stress, leaving us feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, frustrated, defeated, and inadequate. With all the noise, it becomes difficult to connect with our internal compass and we find ourselves lost.
Therapy often provides people with tools/resources to discover who they truly are. For women, it is equally important to discover and let go of what we are not (the "shoulds", the "coulds", and the "I wish you woulds"). I help women develop a greater sense of self by exploring the who (peeling back the layers to discover your core self), the what (identify your goals and the barriers that are keeping you from them) and the why (process life shaping experiences and clarify your motivations).
I utilize a holistic approach with emphasis on the mind/body/spirit alliance. I empower my clients to find harmony among their unique cycles, phases, and seasons. My clients strengthen their relationship with self, gain more self-compassion, confidence, and direction, feeling better equipped to navigate life's transitions and challenges.
At this time, I am only seeing clients via teletherapy.
‣ Career Counseling
‣ Personal Growth
‣ Women's Issues
‣ Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
‣ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
‣ Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
‣ Motivational Interviewing
‣ Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (RBT)
RATES & INSURANCE
$120 per 50 minute session for individuals located in North Carolina.
For those insured by other providers, I offer superbills for possible reimbursement.
Financial concerns? I reserve a limited number of sliding scale spots. Please contact me for more information.
"My hope is to encourage the strengthening of
one's relationship with self and the divine feminine, while empowering harmony between our individualized cycles, phases, and seasons."
KELSEY REEP, LCSW, LCAS
I'm a licensed clinical social worker and licensed clinical addictions specialist. I received my Master’s Degree from Western Carolina University. Prior to that, I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. I utilize insight from both psychology (i.e., the study of the mind and behaviors) and social work (i.e., the understanding of human development, behavior, as well as, the social, economic, and cultural institutions and interactions) perspectives to guide my clinical practice. I actively engage in both woman-centered and abortion-related continuing education. Along with my formal education/training, my own healing process has directly inspired my professional practice. You can read and learn more about my journey by
Outside of my therapy practice, one can find me doing introverted things, such as, spending way too much time (and having way too many conversations) with my 3 furry creatures, trying my hand at gardening, reading fiction novels, and dabbling/committing/abandoning all sorts of different hobbies.