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Meet the clinical director of Charlotte’s new no-cost mental health clinic


Mental Health America of the Central Carolinas will open a new counseling center at the start of the new year. Renovations to the current office space are currently underway to serve those who may need mental health counseling but cannot afford it. 

The clinic will be located at 3701 Latrobe Drive. 

The clinic’s pro-bono services are made possible by an investment from Mecklenburg County’s American Rescue Plan Act funding.

The organization has announced Megan Bryant, a native of Shiloh, N.C., as the director of the future clinic. 

Bryant has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling and 13 years of mental health experience, including operating her own practice. She’ll lead the clinic’s staff of graduate students who will come from UNC Charlotte and Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU)’s social work programs. 

The Master’s level interns will provide one-on-one, group therapy, and even couples therapy.


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