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About Cody Chase

There are so many reasons people come to therapy. Some people are struggling in their marriages or relationships, some people are weighed down by anxiety or depression, and others just feel off or are having trouble processing a recent development in their lives. Sometimes, it can be difficult to see the way out when we are feeling this way. This is where therapy comes in.

I believe that you are the expert of your own life. My approach to therapy is very collaborative and I will work with you to find the best way to achieve your goals. I provide a judgement free, confidential space to express yourself, feel heard and process.

As a marriage and family therapist I look at things through a relational and systemic lens. This means we look at not only yourself, but the world in which you operate and how that influences you. Systemic therapists believe that we do not operate in a bubble. Each of us influence and are influenced by the environment and the relationships we live within. Understanding this can provide an awareness that is a wonderful catalyst for change.

I am passionate and knowledgeable about the science and the art of helping people. I received my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pfeiffer University. I developed a love for the medical side of family therapy through my work with Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center. Here I provided counseling to patients and their families in the level 1 trauma unit, behavioral health unit and the maternity care and birth center.

For fun I enjoy spending time with my husband, two boys, and Goldendoodle, Hank. I love to be outside, especially near water. I also like to dabble in photography, and always have trouble putting down a good book.