Hi! I’m Hillary Williams, a graduate level intern at CFMC.
I believe the counseling space offers so much potential for individualized care and incredible change. As a therapist, I offer a person-centered approach fueled by curiosity and compassion. My goal is to join with you on your journey and in your growth. I will work with you to identify your individual strengths, while offering new skills for coping with and overcoming obstacles. Life has a funny way of coming at us hard, and there is something so powerful that happens when we recognize we don’t have to do it all on our own.
As a longtime middle and high school academic tutor, I have always enjoyed working with children and adolescents. In therapy, I hope to come alongside young people as they navigate conflict, manage difficult emotions, and improve communication skills with peers and parents. In addition to working with children and adolescents, I also support individual adults and couples. I am available to support clients of all ages through a wide range of issues such as: anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflict, relationship challenges, personal development, emotional regulation, grief, life transitions, parenting support, and perinatal mental health.
I’m currently pursuing my master's degree in Marriage, Family, and Individual Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I welcome all clients, regardless of any spiritual affiliation, and I follow your lead when bringing in any discussions of faith into the counseling space.
Before working toward my master’s degree, I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for undergrad and then worked in both the education and legal fields. Having a love of both learning and connecting with others, I have found the counseling field to be a natural fit and enjoy bringing together both my training and professional skills to serve clients.
Hillary is available to support clients in-person and virtually in North Carolina.