Cea Rubin, MSW, LMBT (NC #16448), RYT-500
Cea listens to, supports, and empowers the people with whom she has the honor to work in therapeutic settings. She has supported clients in resolving diverse challenges, including but not limited to racing thoughts, “not-enough” feelings, crippling self-doubt, blacking out in episodes of anger, unresolved trauma, chronic pain, and active or passive suicidal ideation. She has had the opportunity to serve in therapeutic roles in a variety of settings, which include inpatient treatment units at the VA Hospital, inpatient psychiatric treatment for adolescents, outpatient mental health therapy in urban and rural settings, at a rape crisis center, and at a school for children on the Autism Spectrum. These experiences underscore Cea’s understanding of each individual’s uniqueness existing simultaneously with their inextricable connection to all. Thus, she calls upon her professional trainings to ensure she is meeting the needs of each individual with whom she works.
Cea has a Master’s in Social Work from UNC-Chapel Hill; a B.A. in Theatre with a minor in Spanish from Davidson College; is a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist with a specialization in Trigger Point Therapy; and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (500 hour) with a focus on Yoga Therapy.