Camille Neal

LPCA, LCASA, DBT
Licensed Professional Counselor
3 years in practice
  • 216 E Chatham Street
  • Cary,NC

About Camille Neal

I have been a mental health provider for 12 years. I mostly work with adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and addiction. I specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Every person is different, so my therapeutic approach is flexible to fit the needs of each individual. I offer nature based therapy and online counseling for people who prefer non traditional therapy settings.

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The information above is intended as general information...  (more)The information above is intended as general information based on minimal information, and does not constitute health care advice. This information does not constitute communication with a counselor/therapist nor does it create a therapist-client relationship nor any of the privileges that relationship may provide. If you are currently feeling suicidal or are in crisis, call 911 or proceed to your local emergency room.

Its understandable to have anxiety when transitioning to a new job/career or any other major life change. Doing some mindfulness activities such as deep breathing exercises, grounding, or mindfulness meditation can help center and calm yourself in moments of anxiety when being away from your family... more

The information above is intended as general information...  (more)The information above is intended as general information based on minimal information, and does not constitute health care advice. This information does not constitute communication with a counselor/therapist nor does it create a therapist-client relationship nor any of the privileges that relationship may provide. If you are currently feeling suicidal or are in crisis, call 911 or proceed to your local emergency room.

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