Mental health treatment in a familiar environment by trained and board-licensed clinicians, counselors, psychologists, and therapists.


Come Work With Us

The purpose of Asheboro Counseling & Wellness’s school-based program is to increase the availability of evidence-based mental health services to children and adolescents within the school systems we serve. It is a collaborative approach that brings clinical knowledge and services to children and adolescents, and consultation, training, and intervention support to educators. Students are able to receive mental health treatment and support while in school, making counseling services even more accessible.

Asheboro Counseling and Wellness therapists are board-licensed, master’s level clinicians. Our therapists are able to serve students in a familiar setting, offering minimal interruption to their school day and preventing unwanted absences. While clinicians will be serving clients in their respective schools, confidentiality will be maintained. Collaboration with school personnel will be utilized to improve any possible behavioral concerns in the classroom setting. 


Our therapists are able to work with families facing concerns such as:

●  Adjustment concerns

●  Aggression

●  Anxiety

●  Depression

●  Poor social skills

●  Self-harm

●  Stress

●  Trauma


Asheboro Counseling and Wellness currently has school-based services available by referral from Asheboro City Schools and some Randolph County schools.

Are you ready to work with us?


  • Fully licensed in North Carolina at the Master or Doctoral level. We are looking for candidates who hold the following licenses: LCMHC, LCSW, or LMFT

  • Provisionally licensed therapists may be considered based on level of clinical experience (preference given to LCMHCA and LCSW-A)

  • Demonstrated prior clinical experience


Pay:  $40-50 per hour with additional opportunities for extra pay



  • Flexible schedule

  • Paid time off

  • Professional development assistance

  • Please forward your resume and cover letter to Litha Charles at