Sophia Yuan, MD, PhD
Dr. Yuan, a board certified psychiatrist and former internist and cardiologist, completed her residency training at renowned University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics psychiatry program and was trained by Dr. Nancy Andreasen, William Coryell and Susan K. Schultz who were involved in writing DSM III, DSM IV and DSM V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders by American Psychiatric Association). Dr. Yuan applies integrative mental health care to her clients to meet individual needs and emphasizes wellness and healing of the whole person. Dr. Yuan enjoys and believes in therapy. In addition to working with medications, she also draws from her extensive training in evidence-based psychotherapies to help people achieve a higher quality and more productive life. These include CBT, DBT, STEPPS, motivational interview, mindfulness, and mentalization techniques.
Dr. Yuan has experience with a wide variety of conditions, including management of depression, bipolar, anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, OCD, addictions, eating disorders (including binge eating), ADHD, cognitive/memory problems, personality struggles, psychosis, schizophrenia, stress reduction, relationship management, weight management, fatigue, chronic pain without narcotics (she doesn’t prescribe narcotics) with diet change, exercise, natural treatment, psychotherapy and psychotropics. She also prescribes SUBOXONE, and VIVITROL to treat opioid use disorders. She always tries to use the least medicines and the lowest doses in her practice. She has published original research on difficult-to-treat depression, side effects of psychiatric medications, and benzodiazepine overdose.
Part of what inspires her work is her deep compassion for people who suffer from mental struggles and she treats the clients the way she wants to be treated. She strives to provide clients with the best possible psychiatric care and respects each person’s voice in their treatment. She feels rewarded that everyday there are a lot patients telling her that they have got so much better under her care.
Dr. Yuan accepts most of the insurances, including BCBS, Medcost, CBHA, Aetna, Cigna, United healthcare, Humana, AARP and Medicare. She is not able to accept Medicaid. She sees adults and children at all ages. Dr. Yuan does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry.
Outside of work she likes to spend time with her family, cooking, hiking, swimming, and singing.
Amanda is a licensed clinical social worker, licensed clinical addiction specialist, and certified Clinical Supervisor. She has worked as a therapist for 13 years since graduating from the Joint Master of Social Work Program at North Carolina A and T State University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2006. Her first career was in the education field where she worked with students in the public schools as a music educator.
As a therapist working with adults and children, she helps people make practical changes in their lives to manage depression, anxiety, relationships, stress and trauma. Amanda believes that individuals are able to find their optimal level of mental health if given the proper support and tools. She draws from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), mindfulness and motivational interviewing. Amanda also has training in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), a structured therapy for intense mood swings, impulsivity, and unstable relationships. She holds a license in addiction counseling, and she has had experience in treating the clients who suffer from addiction.
Amanda accepts most of the insurances, including BCBS, Medcost, CBHA, Cigna, Aetna, United healthcare, Humana, AARP and Medicare. She is not able to accept Medicaid. She sees adolescence age 10 and up and adults. Amanda works from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday.
In her personal time, Amanda enjoys cooking, gardening, yoga, singing, and playing the piano.
Holly Snyder is a licensed professional counselor and licensed clinical addictions specialist. Holly has had 14 years’ experience in working with adults, teens and families on a variety of issues including substance abuse, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma or loss, and personality struggles. She applies cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, brief solution focused therapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, and structural based family therapy into her sessions.
Holly’s belief is that the therapeutic relationship is a unique partnership in which both the therapist and the individual are committed to the goals decided upon by the individual. The therapist’s role is to help identify the individual’s needs and goals, help with plans of action, and provide tools to achieve the desired goals. Holly believes in an individual’s power to change with proper support and tools. She enjoys getting to know people across a variety of cultures and backgrounds and believes that having unconditional positive regard is key to the therapeutic relationship.
Holly accepts most of the insurances. She is not able to accept Medicaid. She sees adults and adolescence age 12 and up. Holly works from 8 am to 9 pm on Monday and Tuesday, 9 am to 7 pm on Friday and 10 am to 7 pm on Saturday.
Apart from therapy, her other passions include domestic animals, wildlife viewing, nature, and hiking.
Autumn is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate who works with children ages 6 and up, adults, families, and couples on a variety of mental health and substance use issues. Autumn earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Appalachian State University, with certificates in Addictions Counseling and Systemic Multicultural Counseling. Autumn is familiar with English, French, Spanish and Latin four languages.
Autumn offers an integrative and flexible approach to treatment depending on the client’s needs, which includes aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing, as well as play therapy for children.
Autumn’s areas of interest include depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, psychosis, grief, anger management, ADHD, parenting, infidelity, blended families, and relationship issues. Autumn will help you understand your worth and need and move forward in a way that best suits your goal. Autumn works from a systemic, collaborative perspective to empower individuals and families to draw upon their own strengths to create positive change in their lives. Autumn understands that change is difficult, and creates a warm positive and non-judgmental environment to foster growth and equips the clients with tools and skills.
In her spare time, Autumn enjoys spending time with her husband and friends, exploring the outdoors, experimenting with new recipes, adding to her plant collection, and playing with her dog.
Autumn accepts BCBS, Medcost and Aetna insurance and self pay. She sees adults and adolescence age 6 and up. Autumn works from 9 am to 8 pm on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Dan Wilemon is a licensed professional counselor and licensed clinical addictions specialist. Dan has had more than 20 years’ experience in working with adolescents 13 and older, adults, and families experiencing Mental Health and Substance Abuse issues. Dan’s approach includes Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and focused on a person’s development over the lifespan. He received his master’s degree with a concentration in marriage and family studies from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro with later intensive training and licensing in the field of addictions.
Dan’s strategy is to make sure each individual feels heard, cared for, and understood. He is very holistic in his approach to therapy, and strives to evaluate and address each individual in all aspects of their life, both biological/psychological/social/spiritual. He strives to be honest and straightforward in empowering clients to reach their goals, and help them identify roadblocks to change. Change is very difficult, and much support is given to encourage each client to face the issues and challenges that they are confronted with. Dan supports clients in using their spiritual beliefs as a major strength in treatment when that is important to them.
Dan was interested in helping others and the field of counseling since the age of 13. His own struggles with depression as a teen made him empathize significantly with those struggling with this painful emotion.
Dan enjoys spending time walking with his wife in the evenings, and is a lover of music, playing in the local community band and his church orchestra.
Address: 2554 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd, Suite 209, Clemmons, NC 27012.
Amanda Kluttz, LCSW, LCAS, CCS
Holly Snyder, LPC, LCAS
Autumn Vaca, LMFT-A, LCAS-A, Therapist
Dan Wilemon, LPC, LCAS Therapist
Taylor Gabbey works with adolescents 14 and older, adults, families, and groups experiencing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD, substance use, etc. She received her master degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her approach draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Theory, Existential Theory, and Motivational Interviewing.
Taylor believes that with some guidance, everyone has ability to learn to work through their problems and achieve a life worth living. She provides the tools and unconditional support to help clients make positive change and meet each client’s individual goals. Taylor values the diversity of the human experience and the individual culture of every client. Individuals of all races, ethnicities, abilities, spiritualties, sexualities, and gender identities are welcome.
Taylor enjoys spending time with her and family, as well as reading, travel, and learning new things. She also enjoys all things creative, from painting and drawing to singing and writing.
Taylor accepts BCBS, MedCost, Humana and self-pay. She is not in network with other insurances. She sees adults and adolescence age 14 and up. Taylor works from 9am to 8 pm on Tuesday, 10 am to 8 pm on Wednesday, 8 am to 6 pm on Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm on Friday, and 9 am to 1 pm on Saturday.