Arianne "J’Nae" Broadnax is a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. She obtained a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University in 2016. Prior to pursuing her graduate degree, she received an undergraduate degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Winston-Salem State University in 2000.
J’Nae brings 16 years of experience working in various mental health settings. The majority of her experience in mental health has been served in the role of a licensed Recreational Therapist. During her graduate studies, she completed a practicum and two clinical internships in various settings such as a day treatment setting (Amos Cottage), private practice counseling for children and adolescents with Voice for Children and Nurturing Families (a.k.a Life Synergy), and within the partial hospitalization program for adults at Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services. Her internships afforded opportunities for exposure to various modalities such as Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and the Matrix Model for Addiction issues to name a few. J’Nae brings unique and creative approaches to the counseling process by blending her knowledge of utilizing a client’s interests as a means of rapport building and incorporating these interests within the client’s recovery.
J’Nae brings warmth, passion, creativity, as well, astute clinical skills into the counseling relationship. She utilizes an eclectic style that incorporates a variety of evidence based practices. J’Nae believes that meeting a client where they are is of utmost importance. She works to assist clients with obtaining their personal goals and interests by using strength based, solution focused approaches throughout the therapy process. She believes that all clients possess unique God given gifts, and can access these tools within themselves to achieve wellness.
J’Nae works with children as young as 3 to adolescents 17 years of age. J’Nae has worked with a variety of individuals who have mental health diagnoses such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use Disorders. She has experiences with individual, group and family counseling when the identified client is a child.
- Graduated from Wake Forest University (2016): Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Graduated from Winston-Salem State University (2000): Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation.
- Licensed Professional Counselor #13072
- Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association of North Carolina
- J’Nae sees children and adolescents ages 3 through 17.
J'Nae accepts the following types of payment and health insurance:
- Private Payment, (Cash, Check, Credit Card).
- Blue Cross Blue Shield (With the exception of Blue Value)