Meet Pamela Burch - Professional Counseling
Pam is a North Carolina Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received a Bachelor Degree in Social Work from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Pam has maintained a private practice for more than 20 years. Previously she has been a Clinical Instructor with UNC School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry, provided case management, group and family therapy in both a state psychiatric hospital and a private psychiatric hospital, and facilitated group therapy for SAFEchild Inc. in Raleigh. During that same time period she worked with women in prison and transition out of prison along with their families. Pam has created and conducted workshops regarding mental health issues and implemented self awareness retreats for women. She maintains Professional affiliation with the National Association of Social Workers, the North Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work, and the American Association of Christian Counselors. Let Pam know if you would like your therapy sessions to reflect a Christian perspective.
Pam continues to invest in the lives of others through clinical counseling, public speaking, leadership training, educational instruction and small groups to equip and empower others, and assist them in finding meaning and purpose in all dimensions of life. Please contact Pam if you wish additional information about these particular venues. The warm and calming atmosphere of her office complements Pam's outgoing personality. She is committed to providing a supportive, encouraging and safe environment for all clients. Her non-judgmental approach enables her to meet her clients where they are in their journey. Pam is dedicated to helping the hurting heal.
"A dear friend led me to Pam. I didn’t know I needed a solid sounding board like Pam until after our first visit. She helped me adjust my expectations so that I could have much healthier relationships. Her faith-based background gave me the confidence I needed to know that I could trust Pam was “keeping it real” and keeping in line with my Christian beliefs."
Learn more about Pamela Burch at PsychologyToday.com