Becca Cash graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counseling and Counselor Education from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in August 2020. Her previous degrees include a Master of Science in Counseling, specializing in College Counseling and Student Development in Higher Education from UNCG, a Bachelors of Arts in History, and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, concentrating in religion, from Mississippi State University (MSU). Currently, she serves as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and Nationally Certified Counselor in the state of North Carolina.
Becca provides emotionally focused, strengths-based counseling to individuals and couples ages 13 and up. She believes that counseling can be a helpful way to receive emotional support when life feels overwhelming – particularly during times of transition, grief, and searching. Becca’s goals are to help her clients explore their emotions, deepen their self-compassion, and increasing their self-awareness and inner resourcing.
Some of Becca’s counseling experience and interests include working with adolescents, college students, and adults as they navigate identity concerns (e.g., religion, spirituality, and/or sexuality), grief and loss, relationship concerns, mood disorders like anxiety and depression, issues concerning self-worth, and anger management.
In her free time, Becca enjoys reading, being outdoors, baking, and playing with her two cats – Ozzy and Poe.