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We believe ...

- Transparency 

- Collaboration

- Treating people with kindness, dignity, and respect 

- Boundaries

- Practicing what works

- Honoring our scope of practice

- Authenticity

- Recovery

3133 Wrightsville Ave
Wilmington, NC 28403

From UNCW:

- Exit campus via Randall Pkwy

- Take Randall to the end, and turn left on Independence

- At the light, turn left on Wrightsville Ave.

- At the first light, make a U-turn 

- Take the first right on Malpass Ave

- Building will be on your left

From Downtown Wilmington:

- Take Market St. 

- Turn right onto Covil Ave. at the light 

- Make a left at light onto Wrightsville Ave.

- Take the first right on Malpass Ave

- Building will be on your left

[Image description: front door entrance and sign of Honeybee Psychotherapy & Behavioral Health.]

Meet Our Clinical Team

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Rachel Hendricks
MSW, MEdLCSW 
Owner, Lead Therapist 
Not Accepting New Clients

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I'm the owner and lead clinician at Honeybee, specializing in treating eating disorders, providing therapy to therapists, and offering clinical supervision for LCSW-As. My focus extends beyond traditional therapy as I'm deeply committed to exploring and addressing the impact of systems of oppression such as racism, sexism, homophobia, and capitalism on mental health. Together, we'll navigate how these factors influence your well-being and identify areas where you have agency for positive change.

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Loren Bahor 

MSW, LCSW

Accepting New Clients

 

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I specialize in providing empathetic and personalized support for women dealing with or exploring the possibility of ADHD. My passion extends to working with college students, helping them navigate the unique challenges of this phase in their lives. Additionally, I thrive on guiding individuals through significant life transitions, be it the complexities of marriage, the challenges of divorce, the excitement of a new job, or the journey towards cultivating healthier relationships. Together, we can navigate these aspects of life with understanding and empowerment.

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 Emily Kohls

MAEd, LCMHCA,LCASA

Accepting Clients on Waiting List
 

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I specialize in providing targeted support to adults and college students as they recover from adverse life experiences, and walking alongside them as they begin to see the world through a new, more hopeful lens. I am dedicated to addressing a range of challenges, including relationship struggles, trauma recovery, substance use concerns, and various forms of anxiety. Additionally, I integrate Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) into my practice, offering a comprehensive approach to healing and personal growth. Together, we can navigate these complexities and work towards enhancing your overall well-being!

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Kristin Davidson

MSW, LCSWA


Accepting New Clients

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My primary therapeutic approach revolves around Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), a powerful technique for trauma resolution. In addition, I integrate components from Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and draw upon principles from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) based on your unique needs. This dynamic combination enables me to offer a personalized and holistic therapeutic experience. Whether you're navigating past traumas, dealing with cognitive challenges, or seeking a mindful path forward, we can work together to address your specific needs and enhance your overall well-being.

The full soul loathes even honeycomb; but to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet.

- A Proverb of Solomon

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Holly McKoy
MSW, LCSW

Accepting New Clients

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If you're navigating challenges such as identity, trauma, depression, anxiety, or ADHD, I'm here to guide you towards self-care and healing. My passion lies in supporting individuals aged 7-36, with a specialized focus on helping those aged 7-14.

Together, we can explore ways to nurture your well-being and build a foundation for positive growth. I'm committed to creating a safe and supportive space for your journey towards healing.

Let's start this transformative process together!

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Chris Schulte
MAEd, LCMHCA
 Accepting New Client

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I specialize in helping individuals navigate and understand this wild journey called life. I truly enjoy helping people find the good in themselves, even at their most trying times. I use Cognitive Behavior Therapy as a vehicle to work through anxiety, depression, life trauma, and other co-occurrences. Life is full of ups and downs, but working together, we can help make sense of it all. I also enjoy working with client’s on exploring their relationship with unhealthy coping mechanisms. I am willing and able to meet you where you are, and help you find a quality of life you can be proud of!

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Cassy Taverna
MSW, LCSW, LICSW
Accepting New Clients 
 

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I specialize in treating eating disorders across all levels of care, with a specific emphasis on athletes and body image concerns, as well as a keen interest in perinatal and postpartum issues. My focus extends to addressing co-occurring clinical issues such as trauma, life transitions, relational challenges, and mood and anxiety disorders. Over the course of my career, I have delivered individual and group therapy services in both hospital and private practice settings, catering to the needs of adolescents, adults, veterans, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and families. My commitment lies in providing nuanced and empathetic care, especially for athletes, perinatal, and postpartum individuals navigating complex relationships with their bodies and body image

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Kat Overman
MFT, LMFT

Accepting New Clients

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*Additional information coming soon*

This process of the good life is not, I am convinced, a life for the faint-hearted. It involves the stretching and growing, of becoming more and more of one's potentialities. It involves the courage to be. It means launching oneself fully into the stream of life. 

-Carl Rogers, On Becoming a Person: A Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

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