Last edited 05/19/2022

Condalette ArteroLCMHC

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What does a first session with you look like?

I believe that the first session is so important. Therapy begins when you are able to trust the process. I understand that it can be difficult to speak to a stranger about things that are affecting your mental and emotional health. So, I will work initially to build the therapeutic relationship so you can gain trust in the overall process. I will provide psychoeducation that includes what you can expect from me during our work together and how you can contribute to your own success. I will generally complete a bio-psycho-social assessment during the first session to gather information about your presenting concerns and how it is affecting various areas of functioning. We will generally close out the session with a discussion on developing a treatment plan to improve presenting symptoms and overall functioning.

What is your style/approach to therapy?

I primarily work from a person-centered approach. I view therapy as a collaborative process. I will supply a safe space with unconditional positive regard, support and guidance so you can discover your own strengths and solutions. However, I consider myself very much an eclectic therapist, as I structure my approach based on the unique needs of you, the client. I will often incorporate Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness, Solution Focused, and Narrative approaches among others to discover what will work best for your unique needs.

What do you think is the biggest barrier today for people seeking care?

One of the biggest barriers that still exists in mental health is that of stigma. We need to talk about mental health. We need to normalize therapy. Mental Health is part of overall health. I am passionate about working to end the stigma surrounding mental health treatment and I believe making therapy more easily accessible is a good step in that process. Online therapy is an important part of this. Individuals can more easily access services when they need them and from the comfort and safety of their own home. Therapists can meet individuals "where they are" and provide support in a way that has not really been available until recently. Increasing access to services is a good step in decreasing the overall stigma surrounding mental health treatment.




Panic attacks & panic disorder

Substance abuse

General Expertise


Social Anxiety


Abuse/Survivors of abuse

Anger management

Bipolar disorder

Body image issues

Communication issues

In-Network Insurance

Sana Benefits


First Session$120
Individual Therapy$100

Types of Therapy

Individual Session


Young Adults (18-24)

Adults (25-65)

Treatment Approaches / Modalities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Mindfulness Practices

Cognitive Processing Therapy

Eclectic Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Narrative Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy


  • North Carolina, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, 13869


Masters in Professional Counseling, Liberty University

Work History

I have four years of experience in providing counseling services to adults and children, and another year of providing crisis counseling and case management services as a victim's advocate. I have a special interest in Women’s issues including substance abuse and trauma. In my career, I have spent time as a crisis counselor at a Domestic Violence shelter and an advocate for women who have experienced sexual assault. I completed my Counseling Practicum and Internship at a residential substance abuse program for women and their children. I have worked in my local Department of Social Services providing substance abuse assessments and consultation to felons and others seeking county services. Additionally, I have spent time working at a community mental health agency working with all ages to provide therapy, assessment and case management services. I have an eclectic counseling style, which is primarily rooted in Person-Centered therapy, but also includes elements of Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, and Solution-Focused Brief therapy, as well as Mindfulness techniques. I believe in the power of thoughts to drive emotional and behavioral responses, and provide a safe place for clients to express these thoughts and feelings, while teaching coping skills to lessen symptoms.

Frequently Asked Questions About Condalette Artero, LCMHC

It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Condalette Artero, LCMHC, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.

Is Condalette Artero accepting new clients?

Yes, Condalette Artero is accepting new clients.

Does Condalette Artero accept insurance?

Yes, Condalette Artero accepts insurance, including Sana Benefits.

What types of therapy does Condalette Artero offer?

Condalette Artero offers therapy for individuals.

Does Condalette Artero offer in-person appointments?

No, but people in North Carolina can book Condalette Artero for virtual appointments (teletherapy).

Does Condalette Artero offer online therapy?

Yes, Condalette Artero offers online therapy to people in North Carolina.

How quickly can I see Condalette Artero?

Condalette Artero typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current availability and request an appointment on their profile page.

What languages does Condalette Artero speak?

Condalette Artero conducts therapy sessions in English.

Can I book an appointment with Condalette Artero online?

Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Condalette Artero online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.