John Floyd, MS, LCMHC-A
John holds a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Radford University in Virginia and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in North Carolina. He has worked with both individuals and groups on issues such as sexual orientation, gender identity, grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse.
John approaches the counseling relationship from a humanistic and holistic approach viewing each client as a whole person with their own unique perspectives and experiences. Drawing from an eclectic mix including Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Logotherapy, and Solutions Focused, John works with the individual to discover the tools that will allow them to heal, process and make change, while finding meaning and purpose.
John specializes in working with clients in the LGBT+ community, and has a deep understanding of the issues and needs its members often are faced with. His goal is to help empower you to find strength and resilience in your identity.
John is authentic and compassionate and believes that counseling is a two-way relationship and a journey that both client and therapist take together. He believes in holding a safe space for each of his clients so that together, they can explore, learn, and make positive changes in their lives.