Claire Stuebe, MA, LCMHC, LPC, NCC


Psychotherapist | Adolescent & Adult Therapy | Wellness Coaching
Location: Teletherapy & Chapel Hill, NC
240-200-5401 Ext 716
Licensed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Florida, New Mexico and Vermont
Services in English and Spanish

Claire Stuebe began a lifetime of serving others when she joined the Peace Corps as a recent Duke University graduate. Her time in Ecuador left her with a love of Spanish, an appreciation for the culture of others, and a willingness to go the extra mile (or more) to help. Over the course of her career as a counselor, she has done just that, working with families, children, and adults as they navigate complex trauma, domestic violence, or mental health concerns. Addressing workplace stressors, navigating the pressures of college or thriving during life transitions are all areas she supports. She has worked in career counseling in the college setting, and as a program evaluator establishing quality service delivery. She has worked for a decade in the EAP field, serving on the front lines as she is often the first person to offer support and assess the degree of impairment a client may be experiencing.

In her role as therapist, group and workshop facilitator at Sequence, she brings all of this experience and more. Her focus on mindfulness, holistic living, and nurturing the mind-body connection has brought her to become a qualified trainer in the MB-EAT program, or Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training.  Workshops are offered several times a year.  As a breast cancer survivor, she found yoga and meditation to be essential to her own healing and wellness, and shares these values of wellness, present living, and self-care with her clients.  Wellness and quality of life are included in the focus of her treatment of depression, anxiety, and other life struggles her online clients may be facing.

Encompassing compassion and practicality, Claire uses cognitive behavioral (CBT), mindfulness, and short-term solution-focused therapy often in her direct practice. She is EMDR trained, but prefers to use EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique a cognitive-somatic tapping technique,  shown to help individuals integrate and heal from past traumatic events, life experience, difficult memories, present food cravings, stress, anxiety, and phobias.  She also uses cognitive behavioral to help clients process certain issues and find solutions.  Her blending of cognitive and mind-body practice creates a unique healing experience for her clients.

EFT is a brief intervention combining elements of exposure, cognitive therapy, and somatic stimulation of acupressure points on the face and body. Learn more about EFT from this NIH article here: .

Education & Certifications:

  • MA, Community Counseling, Adams State College, Department of Counselor Education,    Alamosa, CO
  • BA, History, Duke University, Durham NC
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, North Carolina
  • Experienced Employee Assistance Professional
  • EMDR trained
  • EFT trained
  • Qualified MB-EAT Trainer
Areas of Treatment:
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • OCD
  • Trauma
  • Body Image
  • Transitions
  • College Adjustments
  • Workplace Concerns
  • Parenting
  • Relationships
  • Somatic Concerns
  • Disordered Eating
  • Cancer and other health issues
  • Grief and Loss
  • Adoption
  • Divorce
Treatment Modalities Include:
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ( CBT)
  • EFT
  • Short Term Solution Focused Therapy
  • Gottman Couples/Relationship Method 
  • Mind-Body Connection
  • Trauma Informed Treatment
  • Relational Therapy
  • Mindfulness
Presentations, Groups, & Workshops:


NEW- Starting the Fall of 2023

In-person 8 week "Wellness and Self-Care For College Students" group for college students in the Durham-Chapel Hill-Raleigh area. Come together for fun and caring for you! Sessions inlcude topics such as learning mindfulness for self care, healthy eating and body care, study habits for success that work for you, dealing with dating, finding friends in a sea of strangers,  learning to say no to toxic people, learning to reach out for help as a sign of strength and where to find help on your campus.

(Participants  who complete this group may join the ongoing "College Life" Therapy group offered online weekly.)

Offered in person weekly in Chapel Hill,  meeting space on MLK Blvd Chapel Hill on bus line, schedule TBD. Contact Claire at the above email for more information.


Purchase your own copy of "Mindful Eating Program" with 6 weeks of lessons, guided meditations and awareness building exercises designed for Sequence and facilitated by Claire Stuebe LCMHC. Experience the program independently at full price or contact Claire to schedule 'Mindful Eating Coaching' while you progress through the program and the video is yours to keep at a discounted rate.

Click here: Mindful Eating On-Demand Program