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Sue Cole, LCMHCA

Sue Cole, LCMHCA2024-06-14T13:38:40-04:00


Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate

I provide an open, non-judgemental, relaxed, collaborative environment and believe that a strong relationship with your therapist helps with growth, healing
and reflection. I specialize in working with children ages 7-18, young adults, adults and families facing a variety of challenges. I partner with my clients to create a therapeutic treatment plan that focuses on their individual needs.  I strive to empower clients to discover their strengths and overcome obstacles. Whether you’re seeking support for yourself or your family, I am here to help you navigate challenges and build resilience when facing challenges.  Together we can walk a path towards holistic well-being.

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Services Provided

Counseling for Children, Teens, Adults & Families

Location: Raleigh Child Clinic & Online

M.Ed. Counseling, North Carolina State University
Masters in Education, Meredith College
B.S. in Education, TThe University of North Carolina, Greensboro

With a colorful career journey that includes working with clients in outpatient clinical settings, teaching, mentoring educators, and raising my own children, I bring a unique blend of experience, warmth and wit to the therapy room. With a passion for helping individuals navigate life’s challenges, I provide a vibrant blend of expertise, empathy, and a sprinkle of humor to every session. My areas of interest include trauma, grief and loss, ADHD, Academic Struggles, Depression, Anxiety, Women’s Issues, LGBTQIA+, Parenting Concerns and Family Issues.

As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate I am required to be supervised by a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  My supervisor is Chris McDonald, LCMHCS and can be reached at 984-500-2021.  As part of my supervision I will participate in case consultation periodically for training purposes.


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