Dr. Ricks employs a holistic strengths-based approach to counseling. Using both theoretical information and intuitive healing, she will work with you to assist you in reaching your mental health and wellness goals.
I am not accepting new clients at this time.
Established patients please email me at for availability or call 336-937-8883.
Hypnosis is a timeless, natural process proven to be the most effective process for personal change in the shortest amount of time.
These proven therapeutic virtual sessions have successfully helped thousands of people all over the world. Many now choosing on-line sessions instead of going into a therapist room.
Hypnotherapy is great for weight loss, anxiety, smoking cessation, better sleep, pain relief AND allows clients to deal with issues faster than any other form of therapy. Could hypnotherapy help you?
I am accepting clients for hypnotherapy. Please email me at
Individual programs are available to help you gain clarity around a variety of life issues. Dr. Ricks uses a strengths based approach that will remind you of the power of yourself that you hold within. Unleash it!
I am VERY excited to be expanding my coaching options. Please email me for more information at
Arlicia Johnson is preparing to become a professional in the counseling field. As an intern, she is eager to assist clients in reaching their maximum potential. She is a second year graduate student of North Carolina A & T State University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program where she is pursuing her Master’s of Science degree. Arlicia received her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor of Women and Gender Studies degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. Her focus areas are counseling young girls and women that may experience but are not limited to issues in self (healing, identity, esteem, awareness, love, and care), relationships, life adjustments/achievements and overall mental wellness. Click below for reduced rates with Arlicia!
Christien Armour is an aspiring Licensed Professional Counselor and brings with her experience in career coaching, as well as years working with the veteran and homeless population. In her work, Christien has addressed mental and physical barriers to employment and housing, including substance/ alcohol abuse as well as other mental health and wellness issues. She is a graduate of Winston-Salem State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies and is currently in her last year of graduate school at Liberty University, pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Christien believes firmly in the correlation between physical and emotional health and the effects that one can have on the other, specifically as it relates to care giving and the lack of self-care.