Annalisa Youngquist


Annalisa’s career has been focused on working with individuals, couples, and families with ages ranging fromadolescent through senior years. She has a special interest in helping teens struggling with challenges such as self-esteem, academic stress, self-harm, body image, peer pressure,friendship “drama”, social media influences, bullying, and blended families.

Annalisa helps clients through a wide range of issues including: depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, trust and intimacy concerns, life transitions, family and other relationship dynamics, LGBTQ+ challenges, workplace/cultural change, effective communication, conflict resolution, and grief/loss.

She provides an environment of safety, privacy, and acceptance where a person can express their concerns and share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. She approaches therapy with a belief that each person is a unique individual, deserving of a meaningful, fulfilling, and harmonious life based on their needs, wants, and talents. Through a team-based approach, Annalisa will help you to acquire the insight and tools necessary to achieve your goals.

Annalisa is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor(LCMHCS), providing Clinical Supervision for post-Master’s degree counselors and therapists pursuing their Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) license in North Carolina. She is certified in Bariatric evaluations for clients seeking to undergo weight loss surgery. She earned her B.S. in Psychology from Campbell University and her M.A. in Counseling from Webster University. She is fluent in Italian and Spanish.

Julie Fann M.Ed., LPCA, NCC

To inquire about or schedule with Annalisa, contact our Cary/Apex office.