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Holli Wallace, MA, NCC, LMHCA


Welcome! I'm so glad you're here. Your mental health is a priority and your happiness is essential. No more struggling in silence or putting your self-care on the back burner. You deserve care, healing, peace and so much more. That's exactly what I'm here to help you achieve! Ever since I can remember, I've had a deep passion for serving others. Regardless of your reason for seeking therapy, I would like the opportunity to work with you. My goal as your therapist is to work together in discovering all parts of yourself in order to promote healing and change. I believe clients are the experts of their own lives. I see therapy as a venture in which we work together to explore tools, skills, share knowledge and set goals for treatment!


I find delight in the simple pleasures of life! When I'm not at the office, you can find me spending time with my amazing husband and our two beautiful daughters, going on walks, porch sitting, visits to the mountains and of course spontaneous coffee runs! 

Therapist’s Qualifications and Clinical Background

My name is Holli Wallace and I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. I graduated from North Carolina Central University with my Masters in School Counseling and obtained my National Certification with the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). I enjoy working with individuals of all ages and abilities. Prior to joining Reclaim as a mental health clinician, I worked extensively in a diverse school setting where I specialized in supporting families, children and young adults process trauma, suicide ideation, anxiety, behavioral concerns and also supported the development of coping skills/tools and emotion identification/regulation. I use therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Reality Therapy to provide treatment tailored to my client's needs. I also utilize motivational interviewing, play therapy, activity-based therapy, art as well as integrate sensory items in order to create an emotionally safe space and allow children to engage in self expression.

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