55 Vilcom Center, Suite 110, Chapel Hill, NC 27514


Eric Garland

MSW, LCSW, NIH Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Individual, Couple and Family Counseling

Eric Garland is a Master’s level psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker who works with individuals, couples, and families. He is a professional member of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and the National Association of Social Workers. He joins Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates after working in private practice in Durham, NC. Before working as a private practitioner, Eric was employed for three years as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor at a wilderness-based, adolescent treatment program near Asheville, NC, where he provided therapeutic interventions to at-risk teens and their families. Previous to this professional position, Eric conducted individual, group, experiential, and family therapy on both an outpatient and inpatient basis at Chestnut Ridge Hospital, the most prestigious psychiatric hospital in West Virginia, assisting clients of all ages to resolve a wide range of issues. In 2005, Eric’s clinical skill was recognized when he was elected to the Aspen Education Clinical Best Practicies Committee, a national coalition of clinical leaders. At present, Eric is pursuing a PhD from UNC-Chapel Hill, conducting biopsychosocial research on mindfulness-based stress reduction with the Program on Integrative Medicine. Eric loves spending time with his wife and son. He also enjoys backpacking, meditation, weightlifting, martial arts, creative writing, and live music.

Cynthia Flowers


Mind-Body Integral Therapy combining counseling, craniosacral therapy, and energetic healing

Cynthia Flowers is a licensed professional counselor, a craniosacral practitioner, and an energetic healer with thirty years of experience in the healing arts. She brings a capacity to listen deeply and compassionately with both her hands and her heart. Her work rests on the principle that there is an inherent health present in each of us, even when it is not apparent. Our task together is to align with that health and follow its lead. Healing support for life transitions, relationship issues, depression, anxiety and fear, trauma, illness and chronic pain, loneliness and alienation, and stress.


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