Allison Williamson, LCMHCA, E-200 RYT 
Office Manager & Therapist

As a therapist, I specialize in children, teens and young adults.  My background in teaching yoga supports my creative, mindfulness-based approach to mental health. Allowing the client to set the pace, I utilize talk therapy, plus mindful, creative modalities depending on the client's interests and needs. 

I'm honored to be a part of you or your child's journey toward feeling better and achieving your goals. I believe every human holds the capacity to fulfill their own potential. Living beings have a natural drive toward balance, order and growth. I'm happy to help you start taking steps forward today.

Casey Baine, LCMHC, LCAS, RYT-200

I believe that prioritizing self-care lends itself to a more balanced lifestyle and can prevent dis-ease and dis-order. Most people associate self-care merely with hygienic practices. A lot of work can be done by simply learning how to care for your mind as well as your body!


I am a therapist as well as a yoga instructor and incorporate a mind-body approach to my therapeutic work with clients. If you are ready to take a step in the direction of self-compassion, you've come to the right place.

I am both a mental health and substance use disorder therapist; therefore, I can see people with one or both disorders. I draw from mindfulness based practices, somatic work, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) .

I would love the pleasure of working with you individually, with your partner or with your family.

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Andrew Robinson, LCMHCA, Therapist

When we are able to acknowledge and express our whole selves without judgment, we open ourselves up to real, meaningful growth. In our everyday lives, that is much easier said than done. Therapy is a unique opportunity to connect with and even embrace the challenging parts of ourselves, allowing us to live richer and more integrated lives.


I primarily work with adults and young adults, offering individual counseling from an existential / humanistic perspective that draws on perspectives and techniques from Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.

Coming from a background in leadership and career development, I love working with clients to identify their unique strengths and find creative ways to move toward their goals. I am particularly interested in anxiety, depression, issues related to career transitions, relationship challenges, and men’s issues.

At the end of the day, you are the one who best understands your unique circumstances. My goal is to create a trust-filled, accepting relationship in which you can feel comfortable being fully yourself, and partner with you to help you make changes that align with your goals and values.

Zach Waddle, Office Manager

As Creative Therapies' Office Manager, contact me to schedule your first appointment at (919) 410-7858. I look forward to answering your questions and getting you started with one of our therapists. 

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