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Hi, I’m Zoe. 


I'm so glad you're here. 



Real peace. Not the fake kind that comes from avoiding discomfort or hiding who you really are. I want you to have the *real* kind. I don’t think a *good life* comes from being happy all the time. I think it comes from having peace with the decisions you make.

You Make Good Decisions


I believe that who you are and the decisions you’ve made up until this point have been made for a reason. Even the *bad* ones. I assume that a myriad of experiences and factors (some controllable, some out of your control) led you to where you are today. And that you’ve done the best you knew how with what was presented to you.

You Can Tell ME the Wildest Thing

And I’ll be like: Cool


This doesn’t mean there isn’t work for us to do. Or that there isn’t change you’re seeking. Or that you should keep doing the same thing you’ve always done. Maybe it’s time for a change. Maybe what used to work isn’t working anymore.

Better Times Are Ahead

When you leave my therapy room, I want you to feel like some weight has been lifted off your shoulders.


Even if just a little bit.


That you can exhale a bit deeper. Maybe even enjoy a laugh.

Come As You Are

I can’t wait for you to feel better. But I can't want you to get better or want for you to make changes that need to be made more than you want it. I will need you to be willing to do the work. To be ready to show up and dive in. But please know, you are always welcome to come as you are. To bring your full self. To be messy. To not know where to begin. 


I know that just even saying out loud “I don’t have control over everything” can be super scary. But I promise you, it can also be freeing.


If you’re ready to believe in yourself again, I’d love to help you grow toward that.




Greensboro & Telehealth offices

Clinical Counseling Intern 


Want more specifics about my training and experience?
Read on below:  

I have a BA in Psychology & Theater from Wake Forest University and am completing a Master's of Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). 


In my work, I operate from a holistic approach that encompasses various therapeutic modalities and philosophies. 

I am trained in Brainspotting, a brain-based trauma protocol that helps clients identify, process, and release core neurophysiological sources of emotional/body pain, trauma, dissociation. 

Specific to eating disorders and body image, I operate from a weight inclusive, Intuitive Eating approach and philosophy.

I am deeply passionate about creating a safe and inclusive space where clients can freely express their true selves. I firmly believe that the therapeutic process should respect and embrace clients' diverse experiences and identities. Guided by a humanistic perspective, my counseling approach is centered around cultivating strong relationships built on unconditional positive regard, accurate empathy, and congruence. By valuing the client as the ultimate expert in their own life, I aim to provide personalized support that aligns with their needs and aspirations. In pursuit of these goals, I plan to integrate person-centered theory into my practice."


Upon graduation in May of 2024, I will be pursuing licensure as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. As a current intern, I am under the direct clinical supervision of Dr. Maria Paredes, PhD, LCMHCS, CEDS-S and Dr. Brittany Gerringer, PhD, LCMHCA of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 


In my free time, you'll often find me hanging out with my friends and loved ones or  relaxing with my eight-year-old cat, Spock. Recently, the last fiction novel I thoroughly enjoyed was called Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid, I am currently reading another one of her works, of Daisy Jones and the Six. When it comes to food, I have a particular fondness for shrimp tempura and pad Thai. The way I like to move my body is by going on long walks while immersing myself in a podcast or indulging in spontaneous dance sessions, where I can let loose without a care in the world.

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