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a diverse group of licensed professionals with distinct interests and approaches to mental health who share the common desire to be a resource for growth and change in the lives of clients we serve.

Janice McGilberry, MS, LCMHCS, LPA, HsP-PA, CRC, CFLE as visionary and founder of connect., Janice is multi-trained and multi-licensed with a passion for providing holistic care. She blends clinical and creative services, largely consisting of an integrative systems approach and artistic expressions to target treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. Janice obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Family and Community Service from East Carolina University. She received a Master of Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a specialty track in developmental disabilities with a particular interest in autism spectrum disorders.


With a desire for servicing her community, Janice completed her practicum and internship training at a local mental and behavioral health agency. Where she, under the supervision of tenured Clinical psychologists, was exposed to issues of diversity, severe and persistent mental illnesses, familial discord, and vocational transitions to name a few. Professionally, Janice is identified as a Licensed CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH Counselor-Supervisor, Licensed Psychological Associate, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and a Certified Family Life Educator. She provides individual, group, family and career counseling, conducts psychological, psychoeducational and vocational assessments, and provides clinical supervision and consultation. Janice’s fusion of skills affords her the opportunity to become a part of the bridge that uniquely connects our community. Her professional interests include social and adaptive skills training, mental health disparities, multicultural issues, resiliency amongst at-risk youth, and physical and spiritual impacts on mental health.


And because of the latter, Janice developed “a healthy you” a resourceful, rounded initiative approaching the interconnectivity of physical, emotional and spiritual health. Her creative influence shines throughout connect. with other initiatives such as “vowels and consonants, canvas and connect, and many more.”  She recognizes the “arts” for healing and personally appreciates the solace of creative outlets. Thus, she enjoys catering and event planning ( as a personal expression of well-being! Let’s connect.

Danielle Goehring, LpA, HSP-PA is a licensed psychological associate who uses an integrative approach to facilitate positivity and growth among children, adolescents, and adults. Danielle received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Quinnipiac University. She obtained a Master of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Psychology from North Carolina Central University. Danielle competed her practicum and training at connect. Center for Wellness where she provided individual therapy, conducted psychological assessments and evaluations, and gained experience working with diverse populations.


Danielle’s professional interests include mindfulness, social skills training, and expressive arts. She hopes to help clients strengthen their mindfulness skills and adopt a more positive outlook on themselves, the world, and the future.

Neva Holloway, MA, LPA, HSP-PA is a Licensed Psychological Associate with the NC Board of Psychology. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a minor in applied behavior analysis (ABA). Neva obtained a Master of Arts degree in Psychology with a concentration in clinical psychology from North Carolina Central University. She completed her practicum experience and training at connect. Center for Wellness, PLLC, where she acquired appropriate skills to diagnose and treat individuals of diverse populations through diagnostic assessments, psychological evaluations, and psychotherapy. 


Neva supports individuals of all ages with navigating social, emotional, behavioral, and academic setbacks. Her professional interests include ABA interventions for autism spectrum disorder, depression and anxiety among children and adolescents and perceived stress within the Black populations. Neva’s clinical approach to treatment consists of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), traditional talk therapy, mindfulness, and play therapy. Neva finds joy in cultivating heathy, thriving, and resilient communities. 

Shiahna Dye, PhD, HSP-P, is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her BA in Psychology from Hampton University and her Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). Dr. Dye completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship at Mercy Hospital’s Marian Center in Springfield, Missouri. She has a range of experience with diverse populations including young adults in a prison and university counseling center; adults in private practice; couples in an inpatient psychiatric hospital, an outpatient university clinic, as well as various church settings; and individuals with chronic mental illness in inpatient psychiatric hospitals.

Dr. Dye is inspired by an African proverb that states, “Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” She believes that our experiences, especially the most difficult ones, can be learning tools that strengthen us and promote growth. One of her goals in working with individuals is to assist them in identifying and building upon their strengths to promote and facilitate change in their lives.

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