Growth Point Collaborative

Counseling and Group Facilitation, PLLC
Therapy with  Ginelle Krummey, MA LCMHCA NCC
Counseling virtually in North Carolina
Specialized support for young adults, survivors of sexual violence, and professional helpers. Working with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and relationship concerns, integrating complementary treatment modalities.
All intersections of identity are welcome at this feminist counseling practice. 
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Individual
Counseling

Is emotional discomfort letting you know it’s time for a change?

 

Wanting to sort out past events before moving forward?

 

Trying to figure out how things got this way?

Counseling can uncover life areas on the verge of growth!

 

Schedule a 20-minute consultation to discuss the process. 

Group
Counseling

Join others on the journey of recovery through community.

 

Being seen and understood by those with similar experiences can provide great comfort.

 

Social engagement is one certain element of trauma recovery.

 

See what group offerings you can contribute your presence to. 

Allow others to grow from your participation. 

 
My Approach

I am so honored to collaborate with people

in finding what needs to be

seen and heard.

 

I believe that when past events are

adequately witnessed,

they stop holding people back.

I know that transformation takes many forms,

and it can be hard to recognize without a second set of eyes. 

I approach change and growth

with an open attitude,

encouraging the person or group to be

in control of the process.

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About me

Ginelle Krummey is a

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and

Nationally Certified Counselor.

 

Ginelle provides educational presentations about burnout and compassion fatigue,

and professional consultation to agencies in support of the helpers who make up their staff. Contact for more information. 

 

Find out more about Ginelle's

professional background

and theoretical influences. 

The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change. 
- Carl Rogers, founding figure of humanistic psychology