Felicia Smith

Navigating through life as an adult can be overwhelming, even more so during the teenage years. Is your pre-teen withdrawing into themselves? Do they embark on tasks only to leave them unfinished? Does your teenager feel misunderstood? Rest assured, amidst these struggles, there is hope and healing.

My name is Felica Smith, and I am a therapist here at Mathews Counseling. I obtained my Masters of Science in Social Administration, with a focus in social work from Case Western Reserve University, located in Cleveland, OH in 2019. I also graduated with a specialization in children, youth, and families. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker here in the State of North Carolina.

I have been empowering children, adolescents, adults, and families for over 5 years. I love working with middle schoolers and teenagers with identifying the tools and skills helpful in tackling life’s obstacles. I utilize a creative approach to therapy by tapping into each client’s unique strengths and interests. In providing a tailored therapeutic experience, clients may engage in board games, card games, yoga, music, and art as therapeutic modalities to reach goals. 

I consider myself a lifelong learner and currently pursuing my yoga instructor certification to continue to expand my knowledge of the mind-body connection. Outside of the therapy office you can find me reading a captivating book or catching up on the latest reality TV. If I seem like a good fit for you or your teen, reach out to Mathews Counseling today.

I look forward to working with you!

Felicia is currently scheduling new clients and has both in-person and telehealth appointments available. 

Please call 919-587-8018 for their latest availability, as appointment times fill up quickly. You can also request an appointment with Felicia online. 

What our clients are saying about Mathews Counseling therapists

“Therapy was tough, but in a good way. It challenged both my husband and me to think about how each of us interacts in the marriage.”

“After seeing several counselors elsewhere, this was the first time I felt genuinely heard and understood.”

“My husband was worried about the therapist “taking sides”, which doesn’t happen.  It’s a collaborative conversation and we are delving into other issues that were not readily on the surface.”

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