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Licensed Professional Counselor, South Carolina (License Number 6895)
Licensed Professional Counselor, Georgia (License Number LPC012207)
Registered Telehealth Provider, Florida (Registration 833)
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, North Carolina (License 19295)
Clinical Professional Counselor, Maine (License CC7249)
Certified Brainspotting Practitioner
Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional
National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC & CCMHC& BC-TMHC)

Area of Focus:

Individual therapy for adults

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • C-PTSD
  • Post-traumatic stress injury
  • Childhood emotional neglect/abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • All parts of the adoption triad

Treatments beyond talk-therapy

  • Board Certified Telemental Health Provider
  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist
  • Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional
  • Somatic Experiencing Trained
  • Functional Medicine Trained
  • Internal Family Systems informed therapies


Master of Arts: Community Mental Health Counseling, 2015
Wake Forest University- Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, 2012
Columbia College- Columbia, South Carolina

Associate of Science: School of Radiologic Technology, 1996
Midlands Technical College- Columbia, South Carolina

Professional Organizations & Associations:

Chi Sigma Iota
SouthEastern Brainspotting Institute
American Counseling Association
National Board of Certified Counselors

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Professional Background

Sandy Boone began her counseling career in 2015 after eighteen years in the medical field. It was during her experience as a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator that Sandy began to understand that body, mind, and spirit were intricately connected, that we must treat the entire person, and that the relationship had a more significant impact on healing than any modality we choose. While pursuing her graduate degree, she became fascinated in the body’s innate responses to trauma and how trauma exposure impacted physical health.

Sandy’s past medical experience puts her in a unique position to understand the nuances of body-based therapies and assist clients in advocating for themselves with their medical providers. She uses body-based therapies such as Brainspotting, Somatic Experiencing, and Integrative Health to help her clients heal from past childhood, relational, and physical traumas. Her work is also heavily informed by Internal Family Systems, Attachment Theory, Solution Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Sandy is also knowledgeable in Critical Incident Stress Management.

As a practitioner instructor for graduate students at Wake Forest University, Sandy also consults with and provides clinical guidance to other therapists regarding case conceptualization, treatment planning, diagnosis, and therapeutic modalities. Sandy also provides coaching services to individuals that are looking to positively impact their current quality of life in a holistic way.