Regina Gould, LCMHC
I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and I would love to work with you. I graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education and a minor in Psychology. I earned a Master of Arts in Counseling from North Carolina Central University. I spent many years as a teacher and school counselor before deciding to work in private practice.
When you encounter inevitable obstacles in life, I believe all the answers are within you and they can be discovered through counseling. It is a process, not a quick fix, which emphasizes personal and social growth. We will work together to develop insight, make changes in thought patterns, and set realistic goals so that you will experience the benefits of that process. I have spent my career empowering children, adolescents, and adults to overcome a variety of personal obstacles such as self-esteem, ADHD, stress, anxiety or grief.
I came to understand the value and importance of counseling after my family endured a tragedy when I was a teen. I know from experience that it can offer a safe space to explore feelings and discuss life’s issues. I also know it can help with growth and healing. My empathy, ability to connect and non-judgmental approach combined with my education and experience allow me to work effectively with clients. My counseling approach is eclectic with more emphasis on Carl Rogers’ “Client Centered Therapy”, Aaron Beck’s “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy” and William Glasser’s “Reality Therapy”. These are well established, researched, and respected therapies. The techniques implemented will be tailored for each individual but may include reflecting, reframing, summarizing, non-threatening questioning, journaling, role playing, and self-evaluating.
Counseling is a powerful tool that can improve mental and emotional health. I am committed to your overall well- being and it would be an honor to listen to what is important to you and work with you to gain knowledge or skills to help you on your journey through life.
All Therapists offer a free 20 minute consultation to see if we are 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