Robin Rosario, MA, LPCS is the Owner, Clinical Director, Clinician Supervisor, and Senior Therapist at Rosario Counseling & Associates. She has over two and a half decades of experience helping people with positive results, treating Adults, Couples, Adolescents, Children and Families. Rosario Counseling & Associates was birthed from Robin’s heart to see excellent compassionate clinical care for those struggling with emotional pain, mental illness or family dysfunction. Her desire then and now is to inspire hope, courage and restoration in hurting families and individuals who come to her.
Since 1989, Robin has worked as a trained mental health professional in both outpatient and inpatient care. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, she has had specialized training in a variety areas of practice such as but not limited to Depression, Anxiety, Anger related issues, as well as Behavior problems, Familial relations, and Crisis intervention. She enjoys working with ADHD/ADD, women’s issues and relationship work also. She offers premarital and marital counseling. In addition she is a trained Grief Recovery Specialist walking clients through the hurt to experience healing.
David Wiley, MS, LPC is a highly trained and experienced Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. He has practiced in a variety of behavioral health settings in the Triangle area of North Carolina since 1981, including innovative approaches to substance abuse and chronic pain management, crisis intervention, as well as working with relationship issues with couples and families.
David earned a Master of Science degree in Counselor Education through the School of Education at North Carolina State University. His undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Arts, was earned through the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Additionally, post-graduate studies included a unique program through Azusa Pacific University, in collaboration with the organization Focus on the Family.
Beth M. Holloway, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. Beth has worked in the mental health field since 1994. She believes that counseling sessions should be a safe, confidential place to speak about difficult situations without, fear or shame. She is dedicated to competent counseling that allows for exploration of thoughts, feelings and needs while offering assistance based on years of experience. Because she has a blended family with three grown children and has six grandchildren, she is able to connect with her clients at various stages of life.