Mary Le Gouellec, LPC

As a therapist, I see myself as a guide. I walk alongside clients as they search for meaning in the midst of feeling empty or worthless. In the most challenging times of their life, I see my work as helping them understand their layers of pain, then aid their recovery of self-worth and sacredness.

After earning my Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University, I achieved a Master of Education in Community Counseling from the College of William & Mary in 2007. For the past 22 years, I have been married and caring for my large family, including my own special needs child. Therefore, I can personally relate to the joys and stresses of marriage and parenting; my dedication to supporting families as well as individuals through therapy is sincere.

As a trained professional, my job is to recognize symptoms of psychological challenges such as anxiety, depression, or addiction. I present my findings to the client as a suggestion, then help them devise a plan for treatment that integrates proven psychology tailored to the client’s personality, background, and faith. 

I love working with:

All clients, particularly those struggling with: 

  • Panic 
  • Anxiety 
  • Depression
  • Individuals on the autism spectrum
  • Couples struggling with marital conflict
  • Parenting issues.

Some of my favorite approaches include:

  • Theoretical Orientation
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Logotherapy
  • Motivational Interviewing.