Meredith Van Rensburg, LCMHC
Hi I’m Meredith, and I am glad you are here. It’s no secret that there are times when we all become overwhelmed, feel down, or we just don’t know where to turn. There are also times when we experience hardship, feel hopeless, or we just think we are not good enough. I have been there before, and I know that it can get better. That’s why I chose a career as a LCMHC.
In my six years of counseling, I’ve found such joy in helping clients find a way back to a sense of well-being. Together, we work to find the root cause of difficulties, begin building a healthy perception of self and ultimately progress towards living a life you deserve and desire.
I am experienced working with clients to overcome feelings of depression and anxiety. My work with adolescents has helped them gain self-awareness, self-esteem, and/or deal with issues related to gender identity. I am also an LGBTQ affirmative provider. I have grown personally from my work with young adults. I enjoy helping them find their passion in life while removing barriers that hold them back.
Through our work together we can develop skills that lead towards loving and being your best self. There’s no simple way to meet the unique needs of each individual, so I provide a holistic approach based on your individual needs and goals. I utilize a variety of techniques including,
but not limited to:
● Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
● Stress management
● Increasing self-worth
● Incorporation of meditation
● Mind/body connection
● Assertiveness training
● Mood management
● Anxiety reduction
● Work/life balance
Come talk with me. Your story matters and I want to listen. You have already taken the first step by reading this, and the first step is often the hardest.
All Therapists offer a free 20 minute consultation to see if we am the right fit for you and your needs. We can be reached at (984) 500-2021 or complete the contact form below and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
All Therapists at Path to Hope Counseling, Inc. abide by the NBCC, ACA, and NCBLPC Code of Ethics as well as the CCE’s Standards for the Ethical Practice of Clinical Supervision. We will do everything we can do to build a trusting relationship and maintain open communication with you. We hope that if you do have an issue with one of us for any reason that you will contact your Therapist first to resolve it. We appreciate and welcome your honest feedback. Should you need to share your concerns, you may file a complaint against one of us with any of these organizations should you feel one of us is in violation of any of these codes of ethics.
North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors
P.O. Box 77819
Greensboro, NC 27417
Phone: 844-622-3572 or 336-217-6007