Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC)
I believe in the value of the therapeutic relationship and the courage it takes for a client to enter into counseling. I strive to create a space that fosters the client's ability to process, explore, question, and challenge their thought processes and behaviors. It is with this in mind that I believe change, growth, and acceptance can be achieved. I primarily work to help clients untangle limiting beliefs, undo unhelpful patterns, and heal from hurtful experiences to help build a healthier narrative that makes room for healing, connection, and personal freedom. I genuinely love my job and count it a privilege to journey through life with my clients.
My counseling style is supportive, collaborative, and client focused. I feel comfortable drawing from a variety of traditional talk therapy modalities. I also find it beneficial to weave in somatic and experiential therapy techniques to help with processing and healing when words aren't enough to capture and direct the healing that our bodies need. In my work professionally and what I choose to practice personally, I am passionate about mindfulness, self care, intuitively listening to the wisdom of our bodies/self, Health at Every Size (HAES), intuitive eating, social justice, and the value of connection and vulnerability. I believe in normalizing the importance of mental health and destigmatizing counseling by engaging with the community through speaking events and podcast appearances.
I received both my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Master's degree with a focus in Counseling from the University of Florida. Over the years of my career, I have practiced in numerous settings including community mental health organizations, the Wake Juvenile Detention Center, and in a group private practice setting before starting The KC Collective.
Areas of Specializations:
I enjoy working with clients who may be struggling with such issues as life transitions, relationship concerns, transitions to college, transitions into adulthood, body image, identity, self-esteem, communication, family of origin issues, trauma, racial identity, racial trauma and issues, grief, depression, and anxiety.
Adolescents (age 14+), College Students, and Adults.
You can learn more about Camille professionally through Instagram at www.instagram.com/camille.logan.lcmhc
You can also tune into Camille's podcast that she cohosts, Enneagram for the Culture, where she discusses the intersection of the Enneagram, race, and therapy.
One of the best ways for you to know if we are a good fit, is for us to have a conversation. This will help you determine if my experience, and approach are what you are looking for along with scheduling and insurance information.
To contact Camille for a free 15 minute phone consultation:
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