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Feeling out of sorts and want to feel like yourself again?
Have you been looking for answers for some time? I specialize in working with adults, with a niche for practitioners, to provide a safe, caring environment. A place where you can explore your pain and problems, process them and let them go, so you can develop a happier and healthier life.
Symptoms and Treatments
Connie Mele, MSN, RN, APRN, LCAS
Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist
Certified Mental Health/Addiction Clinical Nurse Specialist
In my 20+ years of providing counseling services, I provide a safe environment so you can be comfortable to explore your deepest pain and struggles. As a nurse, I am qualified to help you with any physical diseases or ailments that may impede your progress.
We work together on what may be holding you back and identify attainable solutions to remove obstacles that get in your way. Some of these issues include addictions, depression, grief and loss, stress, compassion fatigue, anxiety, shame, and guilt.
My purpose is to help you gain the confidence, hope, freedom and, most importantly, the belief and understanding that you have and always had within yourself, the ability to live your best life one day at a time.
We live in stressful, rapidly changing, disconnected times. More and more people are feeling exhausted, lonely and isolated. Many are filled with negative self-talk.
I help you remove these barriers so you can become the person you are intended to be; the person that you want to be.
Manage life on life’s terms, one day at a time.
Letting go of control and perfectionism.
Improve your overall quality of life.
Achieve your full potential.
Raise your self-esteem.
Communicate more effectively.
Embrace your path to self-acceptance.
Leadership development skills.
Tired of promising yourself that tomorrow will be different?
Want to learn how to begin living your life one day at a time? Contact me for a free fifteen (15) minute phone consultation.
I worked with Connie for over 20 years. My growth in recovery and professionally have been richly impacted by Connie’s constant support and guidance. She has a style and approach that allows one to feel safe in sharing uncomfortable thoughts and feelings. She really cares and she gives tirelessly to her clients as well as the community. My life has been deeply enriched by Connie and I can’t imagine not having her in my life.
I am a nurse in recovery and have known Connie Mele for 15 years. She has selflessly counseled and supported dozens of nurses over many years. Whether it was through weekly support group meetings, celebrations of sobriety or the willingness to take a call from one of us at any time, her reach in the recovery community is unmeasurable. I am fortunate to have been invited by Connie to speak at several nursing schools in the area to erase the stigma of addiction in nursing. Through her work with schools of nursing, Connie has taken the veil off the shame and secrecy of addiction not only for nurses, but for anyone struggling with this disease. She is a master at restoring self-esteem, building self-confidence, and helping individuals learn to live life on life’s terms. Connie is a widely respected counseling professional in the Charlotte area as well as in professional nursing groups in NC. I wholeheartedly recommend her counseling services to anyone struggling with addiction.
Connie is everything you would ever hope for in a therapist. She embodies the kind of wisdom, kindness, trustworthiness, presence and skill one would hope for and she has a way of putting you at ease as well. She has been infinitely helpful to me and I hold her in the highest regard as a therapist and as a human being. I highly recommend her...more than I can even express!
14+ years ago I was referred to Connie for counseling. My life was seemingly in shambles and I was reluctant because of the stigmas about mental health and substance abuse. Connie’s openness and warm manner soon made me open up to her. No fear of judgment but a deep sense of trust and understanding. Talking with her was comfortable and she helped me drop my guard about ANYTHING I wanted or needed to share. I was impressed with her availability if I needed help. She always promptly returned my phone calls. With Connie’s help, I have 14 years of sobriety that continue to this day, one day at a time. It would be hard to imagine my life now without her counseling for depression as well as substance abuse. I will always be grateful for her help and expertise.
|Monday||10:00am – 8:00pm|
|Wednesday||10:00am – 8:00pm|
|Friday||10:00am – 8:00pm|
|Sunday||By appointment only|