Kasandra Wheeler PLLC is tailored to meet the individual mental health needs of adults and children with anxiety and OCD. Sessions are accessible through in-person meetings as well as video counseling.

 

Whether you are struggling with obsessive thoughts, social anxiety, medical anxiety, or panic attacks we are qualified to evaluate and care for these conditions. We are trained and utlizie Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) Therapy as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when treating our clients. Our goal is to help clients decrease their emotional distress and get back to the life they intended themselves to have. Office owner, Kasandra is a proud member of the the International OCD Foundation. 

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Mission

Our mission is to provide quality mental health counseling in a welcoming and therapeutic environment. As a new client, you can expect to meet weekly for sessions and schedule future sessions according to need. We strive to provide you with valuable and effective coping skills to help with some of life’s most difficult stressors. We recognize the vulnerability of being an active participant in counseling, and we take our role as counselors very seriously.

 

As a client, you will have a collaborative role in your treatment planning, and you will provide valuable insight that will direct the course of therapy. Counseling will incorporate various therapeutic models that will address both your emotional and behavioral needs. In our time together, we hope to help you develop a new outlook and help you find hope and peace.

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Contact

10643 Kettering Dr. Suite 105 Charlotte, NC 28226

mail@kasandrawheelerllc.com

Tel: 617-803-7502

Fax: 855-847-7645

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“One of the most helpful things we have discussed is practicing daily gratitudes. Which ties into the much larger strategy of being mindful. Gratitudes are such a small, yet meaningful, way to practice being mindful” 

—  Previous Client