Getting Help Elsewhere

College can be a stressful time period for many people, and that stress is only compounded when a student is a member of the LGBTQ community.  These local therapists and counselors have identified themselves as LGBTQ-friendly and would love to work with Elon students.  If you know of someone we should add to this list, or if you would like to be added, please contact us.

Tree of Life Counseling

1821 Lendew Street
Greensboro, NC 27408
www.tlc-counseling.com
http://www.facebook.com/tlcgreensboro
Email: info@tlc-counseling.com
Ph. 336.298.1832
Fax 336.450.4318

“Everyone in our practice is an Ally, I'm specifically a Transgender Specialist; my colleague and business partner, Jennifer Rosenbluth, is a ‘Friendly.’”

—Shana G. Cole, MA, LPC, CRC, CFSE


Mary Grigsby, MEd, LPC

1010 Lamond Ave
Durham, NC 27701
919-286-9659

“I have many years of experience working with the LGBTQ community.”


Change for Living Counseling, PLLC

www.changeforliving.com
Tel:   919-360-1929
Fax:  714-276-6999

“As a member of the community, I make it a priority to help other LGBTQ community members.  I have also worked with young people from Elon, so welcome continuing to do that.”

—Michelle Topal, MSW, LCSW


Linda G. Cash M.Ed.; NCC; LPC/NC; NBCT; PLLC

3349 Winterbell Drive
Burlington, NC (private residence near ARMC)
336-212-0159
Lcash2@triad.rr.com (best way to reach me)
www.lindagailcashlpc.com (has all necessary information to make appointments and other useful information such as insurance companies I am provider for listed. Helpful consideration issues and forms for potential and returning clients)

“Specializing in: all couple relationships, friends, lovers, dating, living together, LGBT, navigating the stress of college life with all relationships involved.”


Fisher Park Counseling, PLLC

208 E. Bessemer Ave
Greensboro, NC 27401-6320
(336) 542-2076

Jamie Crockett, Jenna McGown, Ben Willis, Emily Campbell, Callie Gordon,
Hannah Barbee, Laura Shannonhouse, and Sheryl Ketner

“We work with a significant number of clients dealing with LGBTQ issues and would love to work with  Elon University students.  Additionally, I feel our Greensboro location is fairly convenient to the Elon campus.”

—Sheryl Ketner, LPC


Lake Norman Therapy

www.lkntherapy.com
PH: 980-475-0560
FAX: 206-350-6056
patti@lkntherapy.com

Patricia Littwin, Mental Health Counseling and Sex Therapy


Bob Milan, LCSW

200 East Bessemer Ave
Greensboro,  North Carolina  27401
(336) 310-5648

“In my 30 years of clinical experience I have been able to help people from all walks of life find relief.”


Jeffrey F. Thomas, MS, CRC, LPCA

Navigate Counseling Clinic at East Carolina University
4410 Health Sciences Building
Mail Stop 677
Greenville, NC 27858
252.744.0328
thomasje11@ecu.edu

Jeff works with sexual orientation minorities from an LGBTQQ-Affirmative therapeutic framework.  He has worked with both adult and teen populations in San Francisco throughout the AIDS epidemic and thereafter on the National AIDS Hotline and The Trevor Project at San Francisco Suicide Prevention, residential treatment communities, and outpatient settings.  Jeff is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) and Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA).  Jeff lives as an openly gay man with his life partner in Greenville, North Carolina.