About Me

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Curby Rogers finds it remarkable to help others discover who they are, their strengths, the negative beliefs that can haunt their lives, and to achieve the goals they look forward to accomplishing. Curby specializes in treating teens and adults with various backgrounds. Her specialties include Attachment Theory, Personality Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, and Trauma. 


Her experience includes working in various residential treatment facilities as a family and individual therapist, elementary guidance counseling and special education professional, and most recently serving as clinical director of a residential treatment center for teens focusing on healing from trauma. Curby's passion for long term healing and promoting resilience has brought her into private practice as well in order to see growth in an outpatient setting working with teens, families, and adults. 

Curby received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Saint Augustine's University in 2007,and her Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina A&T State University in 2014. She is trained and practices using many client centered techniques, including EMDR and DBT. She utilizes a holistic approach that includes System Theory, Person-Centered Therapy,  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness Based techniques to help individuals meet their potential. Resilience is at the core of the work she does, and she looks forward to helping as many people as possible cultivate their resilience throughout her lifetime as a therapist. 


2007, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology, Saint Augustine's University

2014, Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, North Carolina A&T State University


Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC

EMDRIA certified, Jordan Schafer, 2016.

Certification in Behavioral Addictions 

Additional Training:

EMDR-DeTUR Protocol for addiction 

Trauma and Attachment Training, Behavioral Healthcare Hospital

Family Systems Training, Kevin Randall