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We respect and acknowledge the vital aspects of your life and take a “whole you” approach to our work. We use empathy, compassion, and curiosity to better understand you and your needs. Our approach to practice and to life can be summed up in the words of the poet Kahlil Gibran, "No human relation gives one possession in another—every two souls are absolutely different. In friendship or in love, the two side by side raise hands together to find what one cannot reach alone."
Greta Enriquez (pronouns: she/her/hers, they/them), originally from NJ, graduated with an MA in Psychology and Counseling from Goddard College in 2013. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in NC. Greta has over 8 years experience as a life coach, tutor, and mentor, and 5 years providing professional and personal development seminars focused on psychological, developmental, and educational issues. She also holds a  PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities and Culture, with certificates in Women and Gender and Creative Writing. Greta is a social justice advocate and uses her clinical and academic experiences to inform her work. Creative writing, story-telling, and fine art contribute to Greta's overall approach, with a focus on the client's needs and the way in he or she understands their goals.
Greta works with clients age 5 to adult and has specific training in  cognition and learning, identity, and socio-cultural issues.
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Tamara Liaschenko (pronouns: she/her/hers) hails from VA, by way of NY and PA. She holds an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in NC. She has a background in dance, movement, and art which she uses in combination with her experiential, trauma, and substance use/abuse training.  Her prior work experience ranges from corporate business and restaurant management to teaching and extensive group work.
In addition to experience, she also brings a strong dedication to self-empowerment and healing arts. She offers individual, family, and group counseling incorporating multi-modal and expressive methods (including psychodrama, art, music, and play), as well as traditional process-based therapeutic techniques, including CBT/DBT, narrative therapy, psychodynamics, talk therapy, strategic family therapy, motivational interviewing,and Transforming Bodywork. In addition, she implements groups following standardized therapeutic models and actively drawing from multiple therapeutic methods in order to assist her clients in ways that work best for them. She serves diverse populations, including adults, adolescents, and families, who may be suffering from mental/behavioral difficulties, relational and/or emotional difficulties, and issues related to trauma and/or substance abuse/dependence. Tam also facilitates intensive individual and group workshops.

Thomas Lewis, a native of Newport, NC, is a graduate of the Human Services Technology program at Carteret Community College. He is completing his bachelor's degree in human services at Lees-McRae College. His background includes therapeutic massage, financial advising, and even restaurant work. He supports staff and clients by managing calls, referrals, insurance, and much more. 

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Creating New Paths

Supporting you in pursuit of your specific goals with mentoring, peer support, and appreciation of the personal qualities you bring to the world


Using tools and awareness to helpyou achieve a greater sense of balance


Assisting your journey toward personal growth

managing resistance

Supporting you when you feel pulled in multiple directions - both internally and externally and helping you ground at the liminal spaces.

Self Care

Hepling you remember the importance of you,while coaching you to embrace your inner light

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