Michelle Enderlin earned her Masters in Social Work from the Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. Michelle’s career dreams first sparked after she worked as a Director of Education for a non-profit AIDS organization in the 90’s. Since then, she has been professionally working with clients for over 10 years, providing therapy to a variety of ages, helping clients develop strategies and coping mechanisms during life transitions, and encouraging the formation of good habits. Michelle currently treats ages 14 and up at as an affiliate in Wake Forest, NC, where she specializes in depression, anxiety, couples counseling, and anger management.
Why did you choose mental health as a career path?
“It has always been my dream to support and coach people into optimal health and balance. During my work as the Director of Education for a non-profit AIDS organization in the 1990s, I discovered my desire to help people on a deeper emotional level. I decided to become a therapist to help people change their lives in meaningful and positive ways.”