Credentials

Licensed Professional Counselor (NC & SC)

Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist


Education

Pursuing PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision
     University of North Carolina at Charlotte


M.A. in Community Mental Health Counseling

     University of North Carolina at Charlotte


B.A. in Classical Studies and Biology
     Belmont Abbey College


Professional Memberships

American Counseling Association

Addiction Professionals of North Carolina

National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors

​​Services

Counseling for individuals, couples, and families


Assessments:

  • Substance Use Disorders
  • Career and Vocational


Professional Training and Continuing Education

  • HIV (Addiction, Aging, Pharmacological Interactions)
  • Ethics
  • Cyber-bullying
  • Adverse Childhood Events and Resiliency
  • Sexuality
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Grief, Loss, and Trauma


Fee Options​

Blue Cross Blue Shield (except “Local” and "Value" plans)

Cigna (out-of-network)

UnitedHealthcare (out-of-network)

Reimbursement documents available for other insurance​​

Self-pay $125​: Cash, Check, Credit Cards, HSA, HRA


Contact:

eli@charlottewellness.net

704 - 661 - 1429


Dial 911 or go to the closest hospital if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency


Office:

212 South Tryon St, #1060

Charlotte NC  28202

Eli Branscome, LPCS, LCAS


Eli specializes in working with people who want to clarify or define a sense of self, people who are asking “who am I or who do I want to be?” We are all in transition. Eli helps clients recover from chronic illness, addictions, anxiety, and significant life changes. 

Eli has witnessed incredible transformations in the lives of clients who implement new skills and techniques for communication.  By creating balance between thoughts, feelings and actions clients experience more rewarding, happy, healthy lives.  Doing this involves the client’s examination of beliefs  

Eli’s patience, insight, and straight-forward approach helps clients discover causes of life complaints.  By examining where these problems began clients can accept or reject responsibility and pursue resolution and resiliency.​