Hidden Stream Counseling
Hidden Stream Counseling was formed by Tanya St. Julien and Mark Harol to bring quality counseling to the Raleigh Metropolitan area and the student populations within the Inner Beltline. Tanya and Mark met while working at an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Raleigh. They soon realized they had a common vision and passion for helping others. Mark met Kelly Harrison while working at a local outpatient clinic in 2013. It seemed like a natural fit to invite her to partner with Hidden Stream Counseling. She officially joined the practice in October 2014.
Our therapists share a common vision to help our clients succeed in ways that are meaningful to each individual. We believe that within each person, there exists a hidden stream. At times, there may be rocks and debris that have blocked the flow of this stream. As a result, individuals may feel emotional, physical, or relational pain. Our goal at Hidden Stream Counseling is to help clients explore and examine what has disrupted their inner stream and dislodge these items so it can once again flow freely. This is the essence of the mind-body connection. As therapists, we believe that there is a powerful connection between an individual’s emotional well-being and their physical and spiritual health.
All of our counselors hold North Carolina licenses and various professional memberships. As a team, we enjoy collaborating with and supporting one another as we treat the needs of our clients. We are conveniently located in Cameron Village, within two blocks of N.C. State’s Wolfline and Hillsborough Street, and a short drive from downtown businesses.
Tanya St. Julien – MA, LPC, NCC
Mark Harol – MS, LPC, NCC
Kelly Harrison – MACC, LMFT, LPC
Morgan Graves – MA, LPCA, NCC
Diane Myers, MA, LPCA
Joyu Lee, MT-BC
Brandi Teetor, LCSW
Tyson Upham, Counselor Intern