Guest Therapists

Geoff F. Djomoah

Licensed Massage Therapist

Geoff is a Licensed Massage Therapist with 19+ years of experience working in high-end spas in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He also has years of teaching experience in the art and science of massage to include, but not limited to, human anatomy & physiology and kinesiology.

Geoff brings this wealth of knowledge and expertise to the RDU community, providing a customized therapeutic experience by seamlessly integrating medical / clinical massage with ancient holistic approaches such as Shiatsu, cupping / VacuTherapy, stretching, gua sha, and percussion. His goal is to reestablish the mind and body connection while providing therapeutic relief for chronic conditions and aches & pains.

Geoff at Touch The World Therapeutics accepts all forms of card payments including Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flex Spending Account (FSA).

The philosophy that “every BODY is unique” is the cornerstone of the therapeutic approach you can expect during your sessions. As such, each massage session is uniquely curated to YOU and your therapeutic needs every single time.

Call or Text: (919) 378-1611

Receive a 10% discount off the 90min or 2hr sessions!

Colleen Wentworth, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist NC/NH
Certified Addictions-Informed Mental Health Professional
Certified ADHD Clinical Services Provider

As a Licensed Psychologist in North Carolina and New Hampshire, I focus on providing individual psychotherapy and psychological assessment. I work with those 18 + who struggle with a variety of life challenges and issues. I use an integrative treatment approach that is client-focused and flexible, incorporating elements of mindfulness-based, insight-oriented and skills-based modalities to help guide clients toward their best self and to make positive life changes.

Website: wentworthpsychological
Psychology Today:
Insurance Accepted: Aetna, United/Optum, Cigna.

Free 15min consultations!

Priscilla Jackson, MA, LCMHC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
National Certified Counselor

Utilizing a collaborative approach, I aim to empower you as you identify goals that will improve your quality of life. Drawing on evidence-based techniques, I tailor our sessions to address your unique needs and challenges.

My current focus includes equipping teens with tools to navigate academic stress, perfectionism, low self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, depression, and the transition to adulthood. I also specialize in helping women improve self-esteem; cope with feelings related to infertility; explore the wide range of emotions and experiences related to motherhood; learn and implement assertive communication and healthy boundaries; process traumatic experiences; navigate relationships with parents as an adult; learn helpful ways to manage stress; and learn how to consistently advocate for their needs. Similarly, I provide support for males who are looking to improve self-esteem; process thoughts and feelings related to traumatic events; and learn stress management techniques.

I am deeply passionate about teaching mindfulness skills to regulate the nervous system, which fosters the capacity to work through uncomfortable feelings rather than avoid them. Additionally, I have extensive experience assisting clients in identifying and reframing unhelpful thought patterns and self-talk, particularly those leading to feelings of guilt and shame.

I am genuinely committed to supporting you on your journey towards personal growth and well-being, and I look forward to the opportunity to work together.

Office Phone: 919-892-6329
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Insurance Accepted: self-pay, Cigna, UHC, and Aetna

Please email if you have BCBS insurance.

Kristina Thompson, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I’m Kristina Thompson, LCSW, and I bring over 17 years of experience to my practice. In my work, I focus on individual, family, and couples therapy, aiming to create a client-centered and solution-focused environment where those who struggle with issues such as anxiety, depression, overthinking, low self-worth, relationship challenges, life transitions, and indecisiveness.

Throughout my career, I’ve dedicated myself to serving military families and older adults, offering tailored assistance to address their unique needs effectively. Additionally, I extend my services to Russian-speaking clients, aiding them in integrating into new environments with compassion and understanding.

My passion lies in empowering individuals to overcome obstacles and achieve personal growth. I am committed to facilitating positive changes in the lives of my clients, guiding them on their journey towards healing and fulfillment.

Office Phone: 305-333-6669
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Insurance Accepted: Tricare, Medicare, BCBS, United Healthcare, Optum, and self-pay

Cynthia Martin, LCMHC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Recovering from Narcissistic abuse from a partner or parent can feel overwhelming. You may feel shame for being conditioned into a certain role. Perhaps you feel more empathy for others than yourself and struggle to maintain boundaries. Maybe you don’t trust your own emotions and are afraid to make mistakes around others. I provide compassion, knowledge, and unconditional acceptance of who you are and where you are in your journey. You do not have to be alone on your journey towards growth. We can work together in the present to unlearn what you have learned in the past and find a path for your future.

Office Phone: 919-371-6322
Website Link: Martincounseling, PLLC
Request an Appointment: Cynthia Martin
Insurance Accepted: Cigna, Aetna, Self-Pay. BCBS coming soon!