Referring Providers

About Stacey Horne, LCMHC

Ms. Horne sees herself as a facilitator of change. She enjoys walking with each client on their life’s journey as they move toward wholeness. For Stacey, wholeness incorporates physical health and spiritual well-being in addition to mental health. As a mindcare provider, she offers a compassionate space and therapeutic platform for people to explore and experience new thought patterns and behaviors. In sessions she encourages clients to experience the full range of their emotions, including uncomfortable feelings, such as sadness, regret, fear, anger and frustration. Ms. Horne believes that the only way to deal with those emotions is to experience them in their fullness and has seen how directly engaging these emotions often demonstrates that the client is more resilient than they realize. She is skilled in helping people feel these strong emotions without becoming overwhelmed by them. Finding inspiration in Eleanor Roosevelt’s wisdom that, “we must do the thing we think we cannot do,” Stacey hopes to inspire the people she works with to find the courage to exceed their own expectations. 

Partial List of Specialties

  • Major Life Change: grief, divorce, etc
  • Anxiety
  • Cognitive Disorder
  • Couples/Marital Therapy
  • Depression
  • Forensic / Custody Evaluation
  • PTSD - Victim of Abuse
  • PTSD - Single Incident/Shock
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Education & Certifications

– Master of Community Agency Counseling from North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC
– Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor
– Member of the National Board of Certified Counselors and the Licensed Professional Counselor Association of North Carolina

Accepted Insurance

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