Neuronnection Counseling Helps Clients Make Connections That Lead To Wellness

Myriam Rabaste, LCMHC, owner of Neuronnection Counseling in Mint Hill.
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CHARLOTTE – Recent studies suggest that 57.8 million Americans face mental health issues, and 70% have experienced a traumatic event in their lives. Unfortunately, many are wary of seeking professional help. As we continue to strive to remove the stigma surrounding mental health and increase awareness of support systems, it is essential to be aware of services in our area that work toward helping individuals heal. Neuronnection Counseling, PLLC, is a compassionate therapy service that believes in the power of connections, starting with the brain’s neural pathways.

Owner Myriam Rabaste, LCMHC, has her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Counseling and welcomes clients to her in-home office. Ms. Rabaste has extensive post-graduate experience in Colorado in 2006 in multiple areas of need, including working with families and social services, domestic violence, homelessness, and addiction. After leaving Colorado, she moved to Ohio in 2016 and joined a group practice focused on trauma therapy and grief counseling. She began Neuronnection Counseling in Mint Hill in 2020. Her most recent work has been with trauma survivors, using techniques such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), hypnotherapy, Brain Spotting, and DBT (Dialectal Behavior Therapy). Ms. Rabaste is also certified in Dr. David Kessler’s Five Stages of Grief and hopes to offer grief counseling groups in the near future.

Neuronnection Counseling offers individual, group, and performance development counseling. Performance Development counseling involves Brain Spotting, which is a powerful and focused treatment method that helps clients heal by identifying, processing, and releasing primary neurophysiological sources of emotional pain, body pain, and trauma. Ideal for athletes and artists, this method of treatment works with the connection between your body and your brain to identify the causes inhibiting movement or the ability to work to your fullest potential. By resolving the trauma, the patient can move from the “stuck” state to an expansive state where healing is possible.

“Neuronnection Counseling’s goal is to provide a safe place for individuals who are struggling, enabling them to be honest and vulnerable and engage in therapeutic techniques that work toward healing, growing, and empowering each client to be the best they can be,” Rabaste remarked. She sees Neuronnection Counseling as a “pathway towards healing” that involves working with and changing the wiring of the brain to help clients achieve success. Being of French origin, Ms. Rabaste also works with individuals of foreign descent who are working to acclimate themselves to American culture.

Ms. Rabaste provides therapy for all kinds of trauma, from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and Complex PTSD to DID (dissociative identity disorder). She works with individuals who have experienced distressing situations, trauma related to injury, generational trauma, and religious trauma. She is beginning a course in Progressive Counting Therapy, a therapy tool similar to EMDR.

Ms. Rabaste also offers an online group that works with Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) principles. Dialectal Behavior Therapy is a talk therapy tool for individuals who intensely experience emotions. While it is a standard therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder, it is widely used to treat various mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder.

Neuronnection Counseling does accept some of the major insurance carriers and is working towards integrating with Medicare. However, based on personal income, there is a sliding scale fee for services for individuals without insurance. For more information or to schedule your first appointment, don’t hesitate to contact Myriam Rabaste, LCMHC, at 704-906-7575 or visit her website at

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