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Cameron Staley, LCSW (he/him)

Cameron Staley, LCSW (he/him)


I’m Cameron.

I want to help you feel a sense of independence and empowerment in your life.  Change can be a difficult process. It may seem that some people around you know exactly who they are even when faced with major life changing experiences. But for most of us, we need time to adjust to major changes. Along the way to becoming who we truly want to be, we can be faced with ideas of who we think we should be and the influence of what others expect of us. I like to
find the strengths in people and focus on their abilities. I get excited about the transformations that people go through as they grow. I want to help you become the best version of yourself throughout this transformation.

Major changes come in many different forms. It could be teens and young adults exploring values that differ from their caretakers or anyone exploring major life choices like career changes, college pursuits, or changes in relationships.

I have experience working with teen boys and young men to improve their ability to express big emotions and manage expressions of anger. I help people evaluate current patterns of behavior and explore more effective responses to feelings. I also utilize mindfulness-based techniques to increase awareness of the sensations that emotions create throughout the body.

I also work with couples who would like to evaluate their relationship patterns, develop healthy communication habits, increase connection, or even evaluate their current relationship. I want to work with you and your partner to establish goals for your relationship and help you work towards establishing a greater connection.

I offer a judgement free arena to explore any ideas that cross your mind. I’m excited to get to know you!


Cameron Staley served 4 years in the United States Marine Corps prior to going back to school to pursue an education in mental health. He studied psychology at UNCW with a focus of behavioral analysis. During his undergraduate studies, Cameron volunteered with paws 4 people, assisting the organization link service dogs with veterans and others who have experienced trauma. Cameron graduated from UNCW with a Master of Social Work in 2020. During his graduate studies, Cameron completed an internship and worked part-time with Coastal Horizons Center. Cameron has experience with outpatient settings, family sessions, teens and adults, individuals experiencing suicidal ideation and self-harm, and young men managing anger and other emotions. Cameron has spent nearly 2 year in Intensive In-Home services, most recently leading a treatment team while providing direct therapy. Cameron spends most of his time with his family, appreciating local eateries, or enjoying travels.

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