Meet Madison See Holcombe
LCMHC, NCC, MA, PhD Candidate
It takes courage to allow someone to journey with you along this road of healing, and you have taken the first step by being here. During all of my first sessions, I say, "My number 1 goal is for you to not hate this," and I mean that. Counseling can feel uncomfortable, awkward, and challenging. But I also want it to feel safe and meaningful, with moments of both tears and laughter as I get to know you, your story, and your hopes for your life.
As a former D1 NCAA athlete and coach, I am direct and honest, paired with a tremendous amount of intentionality, empathy, and warmth. We will do the work. And we will also honor your pace and your boundaries with gentleness. I know it's scary, and I'm proud of you for considering this step. It would be an honor to journey alongside you. We can do hard things.
I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina and a member of the American Counseling Association. I am also an adjunct professor in multiple graduate counseling programs. My counseling work focuses on teens, young adults, adults, and high level athletes. I specialize in concerns including, but not limited to, trauma, anxiety, depression, athletic performance, chronic pain and/or vision loss, and grief. I received my bachelor's degree from Davidson College, my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and am currently in the PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision program at Regent University. I utilize a holistic approach that takes into consideration the physical, spiritual, mental, emotional, and relational aspects of who you are. I work within your beliefs, values, and attitudes, and respect the diversity of your experiences and perspectives. I use Internal Family Systems and Narrative Therapy as my main approaches, but also utilize DBT and CBT as clients need. I have previous clinical experience in a hospice agency setting, religious institution, private practice, and within a Division 1 athletic department.
I am currently only seeing clients virtually in order to provide effective and accessible mental health care.
Meet Jennifer Garcia
LCMHCA, NCC, MA
I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in North Carolina and a member of the American Counseling Association. I am certified in EMDR and have experience working with individuals suffering from trauma, anxiety/depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and relational issues. The populations I serve include children, teens, adolescents, adults and older adults. I aim to create a safe space without judgement and to help bring hope and purpose to your change. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life that are experiencing a wide variety of mental, emotional and relationship difficulties. Within my practice, I pull therapeutic influences from an array of therapies including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic and EMDR.
I earned my Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and my Bachelor of Arts in Child Development from Appalachian State University. I completed my practicum and Internships in an integrative setting at Elizabeth Family Medicine and at the Mecklenburg County Jail through Changed Choices.
I reside in the Lake Norman area with my husband and daughter.
“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” - Haruki Murakami