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Dr. Michelle Chambers is the owner of Therapeutic Family Solutions (TFS), an outpatient mental health therapy practice. She obtained both her Bachelor and Master degrees from The University of NC at Chapel Hill. Dr. Chambers completed her PhD at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and The University of NC at Greensboro. She is Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), which allows her to treat those with mental health needs such as depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress disorders. She specializes in providing culturally competent treatment to her clientele, including those who suffer with substance use disorders. She is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) as well. She believes in raising community awareness and combating the stigma associated with having a mental health or substance use issue. Her work focuses on helping clients change their mindset and thinking patterns to essentially improve overall cognitive schemas (thinking better), which leads to client proactivity. Inclusion of the client's narrative is an essential component of her treatment process. In addition to therapy, workshops and programs are provided for businesses to improve their leadership and self-care efforts.


Kellice Nicole Meadows is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate with Therapeutic Family Solutions. She obtained her Master of Social Work degree from North Carolina Central University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.  Kellice was named President of The National Social Work Honors Society (Phi Alpha) NCCU Chapter.  Kellice has served in several capacities throughout her Social Work career serving the families in North Carolina for the past 10 years.  Her faith has brought her through Life’s Journeys, that same Faith has kept her grounded because she knows “Where Her Help comes from”. Kellice is passionate about being a change agent for youth and families suffering from trauma, social determinants, and mental health. She is also passionate about the Holistic approach to Living.

Kellice will continue to Serve, its Gods Calling on Her Life!!


Allison A. Sanders is an LCSW-A with Therapeutic Family Solutions. She obtained her Bachelor and Master of Social Work degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She worked as a Social Worker for many years prior to obtaining her Masters of Business Administration from Wake Forest University. Allison has spent many years working in Corporate America at Fortune 50 Companies, as well as, Global Companies and Start Ups. She specializes in helping women find their right work/life ratio; staying calm in high pressure situations; and alleviating anxiety.


Allison utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Grounding Techniques. In addition to therapy, Allison provides workshops, trainings and coaching in the areas of career development, stress management, interpersonal skill development, positive intelligence (PQ) and emotional intelligence (EQ) for executives, businesses, HR departments and other organizations.


In her spare time, Allison serves on the Howard University Undergraduate and Graduate Business School Board where she guests lectures on key topics in Business Marketing and Career Development.


Our office manager is Mrs. Della Chambers who has an associate degree in medical office administration. She really loves to work with a diverse group of people! She looks forward to serving you. She is the voice behind our initial screening and/or intake calls!

Are you tired of suffering?



Are you dedicated? 
Are you willing to invest in yourself? 
Are you tired always taking care of others? 
Are you in control at work but struggle maintaining healthy personal relationships? 

Businesses struggling in the same areas? Let us help you! 
If you answered yes to any of these questions, call and receive your free phone consultation to find out if this is a good fit for you and what service would be most beneficial! 


Happy Mom

My daughter received counseling which has facilitated her ability to express concerns in a positive manner.

She now writes down thoughts in a journal. Prior to therapy, her behavior was considered impulsive. The therapist recommended a lot of relaxation and reflection techniques that allowed her to process her thoughts before immediately reacting.

I appreciate how the therapist is willing to schedule appointments at convenient times to those who work late. Also, she is willing to communicate by telephone and email, if needed.


On a scale from 1-5

(5 being the highest)

 I would definitely rate a 5.

— Anonymous Mom


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