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Your personalized mental health treatment center in Raleigh, NC

Our clinic is purpose built to provide best-in-class, whole-person care. Designed to unlock lasting recovery.

Same-day appointments
Outpatient day program

Conditions that we specialize in

Schizoaffective Disorder

Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by a combination of schizophrenic symptoms and a mood disorder, such as bipolar disorder or depression. Some of the symptoms may include hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking and speech, changes in behavior and mood, and difficulty functioning in daily life.

First-Episode Psychosis

First-episode psychosis, also known as early-onset psychosis or first-break psychosis, is a term that refers to the first time that an individual experiences symptoms of a psychotic disorder. Some of the symptoms may include hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking and speech, changes in behavior and mood, and difficulty functioning in daily life.

Suicidal Thoughts & Attempts

Suicidal thoughts and attempts refer to an individual’s thoughts of wanting to die and their attempts to take their own life. Some of the externally observable symptoms may include talking about wanting to die, expressing feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness, withdrawing from social activities and relationships, and giving away personal belongings.

Major Depressive Disorder

Major Depressive Disorder is diagnosed when an individual has a persistently low or depressed mood, anhedonia or decreased interest in pleasurable activities, feelings of guilt or worthlessness, lack of energy, poor concentration, appetite changes, psychomotor retardation or agitation, sleep disturbances, or suicidal thoughts.

Co-occurring Substance Use Disorder

Co-occurring substance use disorder refers to the presence of both a substance use disorder and another mental health disorder in an individual. Some of the symptoms may include changes in behavior, such as using drugs or alcohol in dangerous situations or in larger amounts than intended, changes in mood, such as irritability or depression, and changes in physical appearance, such as weight loss or poor hygiene.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by extreme changes in mood, energy, and activity levels. Some of the symptoms may include periods of intense elation or happiness (known as mania), periods of deep depression, changes in sleep patterns, increased risk-taking behavior, and difficulty concentrating.

Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by a pervasive pattern of instability in an individual’s moods, behavior, and self-image. Some of the symptoms may include intense and unstable relationships with others, extreme emotional reactions, impulsivity, and self-destructive behavior.

About Amae Health in Raleigh

Our clinic stands out as a distinguished mental health center within the Raleigh area. Our specialized team excels in delivering customized treatment for diverse mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and other complex psychological issues.

4000 Wake Forest Rd, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27609
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Compassionate clinicians working together to deliver exceptional care

Our integrated clinical team is comprised of psychiatrists, primary care providers, therapists, health coaches, peer supports, and social workers.

Driving outcomes through integrated care

Our team-based approach works to unlock lasting recovery.

Why choose Amae Health in Raleigh

We offer an extensive range of mental health programs designed to serve the Raleigh area.


Psychiatric care involves a combination of medication and therapy. Our psychiatric team works with the full care team to develop a medication plan, monitors the effectiveness and side effects of medications, and makes any necessary adjustments to the medication regimen. In addition, our psychiatrists provide therapy and other forms of support to help patients manage their illness and improve their overall well-being. They work closely with other members of the care team, including primary care physicians, nurses, social workers, and therapists, to ensure that all aspects of a patient’s care are coordinated and integrated.

CBT + DBT Integrated Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are two types of therapy that are commonly used to treat mental health conditions. CBT focuses on helping individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors that are contributing to their mental health issues. DBT combines elements of CBT with mindfulness and acceptance techniques to help individuals regulate their emotions and improve their relationships with others. Both CBT and DBT are considered to be effective treatments for a range of mental health conditions.

Holistic Health Coaching

Holistic health coaching focuses on the whole person, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of health. This type of coaching is provided by trained professionals who work with clients to help them identify and achieve their health and wellness goals. Holistic health coaching includes a range of activities, such as setting health goals, creating personalized action plans, and providing support and guidance to help clients make sustainable lifestyle changes. The goal of holistic health coaching is to empower individuals to take control of their own health and wellbeing.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of therapy that involves a small group of individuals who are dealing with similar mental health issues. This therapy is led by a trained therapist or peer support and includes activities such as group discussions, skill-building exercises, and support from other group members. The goal of group therapy is to provide individuals with a safe and supportive environment where they can share their experiences, learn coping skills, and develop a sense of community. Group therapy is an effective complement to individual therapy and medication in the treatment of serious mental illness.

Primary Care

Primary care is a branch of medicine that focuses on the comprehensive and ongoing care of individuals, families, and communities. Primary care providers, such as general practitioners or primary care physicians, are responsible for providing initial and ongoing care for a wide range of health issues, including preventative care, health education, and the management of chronic conditions. They often serve as the first point of contact for patients seeking medical treatment, and play a critical role in coordinating care with other healthcare providers to ensure that patients receive the most appropriate and effective care for their specific needs.


Mindfulness is a mental state characterized by a focus on the present moment and a non-judgmental awareness of one’s thoughts, feelings, and surroundings. This state of mind is often cultivated through the practice of mindfulness meditation, which involves paying attention to one’s breath and allowing thoughts and sensations to come and go without reacting to them. Mindfulness has been shown to have a range of benefits for mental and physical health, including reduced stress and anxiety, improved concentration, and increased well-being.

Nutrition, Exercise & Sleep Management

Nutrition, exercise, and sleep are three important factors that can affect an individual’s overall health and wellbeing. Our team works with patients to develop personalized plans for nutrition, exercise, and sleep that are tailored to their individual needs and goals. This involves providing education and support to help patients make healthy choices about their diet and physical activity, as well as working with them to identify and address any obstacles that may be preventing them from getting enough quality sleep.

Peer Support

Peer support is provided by individuals who have personal experience with serious mental illness. They are able to provide support and guidance to members of our clinic who are dealing with similar issues. This type of support is provided through a range of activities, such as one-on-one conversations, support groups, and peer mentoring. The goal of peer support is to provide individuals with a sense of community and connection, as well as practical advice and support from people who understand their experiences.

We are in-network with the following plans

and accept most PPO plans out-of-network.


Personalized treatment plans developed by industry-leading clinicians

Regional Director

Katie Wright

Former Regional Dir of Ops @ Carolina Outreach
MSW @ Berkeley
Associate Clinical Director

Shanice Stephenson

Owner @ Pivotal Breakthrough Therapy
Former Therapist @
Strategic BH MA @ North Carolina Central University

Michelle Maust, MD

Clinical Psychiatrist @ Mindpath Health
Former Psychiatrist @ Womack Army
MC MD @ University of Virginia

Ashley Wilson

Psychotherapist @ Third Wave Psychotherapy
MA @ Capella University
Peer Support Specialist

Catherine Scott

Certified Peer Support Specialist @ Resources for Human Development
Member Support Specialist

Ty Tobul

Mental Health Technician @ Vertias Collective
BA @ UNC Asheville
Health Coach

Mona Harper

Health Coach @ Betr Health
Heath Coach @ Profile by Sanford
Health Guide @ Vida Health

For Families

Is your loved one in need of support? We involve families every step of the way.

For Providers

Would you like to refer a patient to Amae? We offer same-day appointments.

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We are looking for compassionate clinicians who will deliver exceptional care.

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