Carter Cunningham, MS, NCC
I am passionate about helping people in their journey of self-discovery, guiding them towards a more genuine and authentic life. My aim is to help individuals cultivate openness, awareness, and engagement with themselves, their loved ones, and the living world around them. Through mindfulness, breathing exercises, and other techniques, I focus on finding peace, awe, and wonderment in the day-to-day experiences.
I have a masters in counseling as well as in neuroscience with my research background in psychedelics, addictions, and social cognitive neuroscience. I love combining my degrees and passions into my sessions, incorporating elements such as meditation, books, art, music, and nature. I enjoy being part of the therapeutic process revolving around death, subjective experiences, and how we see ourselves. While I am excited to work with many different people, I have a particular interest in working with those who experience chronic conditions, such as pain, cancer, grief, psychosis, suicidal ideation, and trauma. I have a keen interest in various types of trauma, with a specific focus on religious trauma.