Learning to accept
Learning to change
Due to the covid-10 virus,
(1) the only new clients I am taking on are healthcare providers or people who have trouble accessing therapists (due to insurance, financial or geographic reasons); and
(2) all sessions are conducted online through a secure telemental health service.
Matt Case is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (formerly called a Licensed Professional Counselor) offering outpatient psychotherapy to adults and adolescents 16-years and older in the Chapel Hill, NC area. He has worked in community and private settings since 2002 and has helped people with a wide range of issues such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder as well as self-esteem issues, parenting and the ups and downs of adolescence and college life. He has a particular interest in working with men.
In his work, Matt draws upon his training, the lessons he has learned from clients, and from his life experience (especially raising four children in a blended family). He believes that therapy should not be about reducing symptoms (sadness, anger etc.) but about building a life of meaning, one based on our highest values and dreams. Matt often draws upon Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, an evidenced-based approach that teaches skills to let unwanted thoughts and feelings come and go while moving towards being the person you want to be. Matt is known for providing a welcoming and accepting environment where clients can discover the support they need to create their life path.
Matt believes firmly in access to quality health care for all, and does his best to meet the needs of as many people as possible. He uses WeCounsel, a HIPAA-compliant telecounseling service to provide support to clients across North Carolina. He accepts the insurances below, and offers a sliding fee scale for clients without insurance.
- NC Health Choice
- BC/BS (BlueOptions, BlueAdvantage and BlueSelect … not BlueValue or BlueLocal)
- I have applied to be on 3 of the new health plans slated to manage Medicaid. However with the budget impasse in the legislature (as of 12/2019), these plans are on hold. Stay tuned.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays I see people at my in-town office: 1829 E. Franklin St, Suite 1200C.