Dr. Krista Nabar
Krista Nabar, PsyD, LP, HSPP is a Licensed Psychologist and Health Services Provider in Psychology in North Carolina. She is a Certified Sex Therapist by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and serves on the organization’s Sex Therapy Certification Committee.
Krista has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where her interests focused on multiculturalism and diversity in clinical practice. She then completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Program in Human Sexuality where she was trained by some of the field’s foremost researchers and clinicians. Upon completion of her fellowship, Dr. Nabar worked for a year at Project Pathfinder, Inc., an outpatient sex offender treatment program in St. Paul, MN, before relocating to the Triangle.
Dr. Nabar’s specializations include but are not limited to:
Dr. Nabar works to create a comfortable and non-judgmental atmosphere with her clients as she realizes that it is hard enough to talk to a therapist and even more difficult to talk about sexual matters. She values transparency with her clients and genuinely encourages questions and feedback as they enrich the therapy experience for clients and allow them to be fully engaged in the process. Although trained from a psychodynamic perspective (an approach that involves helping the client gain insight through exploration and analysis of past and present), Dr. Nabar considers herself to be “eclectic,” drawing from a number of therapeutic orientations to address the multifaceted nature of sexual concerns. While her focus has been primarily on treating sexual concerns, she was trained as a generalist and also works with clients who have general mental health concerns, with or without sexual issues.
Dr. Nabar found her professional “home” doing sex therapy as she loves helping people overcome senseless shame and embarrassment while talking about a very important and potentially fulfilling part of life. Outside of work, she loves the Great Outdoors and has a goal of visiting all of the U.S. National Parks at some point in her life. She also loves making things with her hands (art, pottery, and jewelry, to name a few) and finds herself to be a relatively good cook/baker, if she does say so herself. She also loves reading and spending time with friends and loved ones.
Chenita Rountree LCSW, LCAS
Chenita Rountree, LCSW, LCAS, is dually licensed in Clinical Social Work and Clinical Addictions within the state of North Carolina. She is a rostered social work clinical supervisor and an active Board Member with the North Carolina Society of Clinical Social Work, where she serves as the Membership Committee Chair.
A native of North Carolina, Chenita earned her Masters in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a concentration in Children and Families. Her professional path has afforded her the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, adults, and families in outpatient, inpatient, residential, and crisis facilities in both rural and urban treatment settings. Chenita is skilled in facilitating individual, couples, family, and group therapy sessions.
Chenita Roundree’s specializations include but are not limited to:
Jan Mooney, MA, LMFTA
Jan Mooney, MA, LMFTA is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate in North Carolina. She is currently accruing hours toward full licensure in NC, as well as accruing hours toward the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist designation.
Jan received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pfeiffer University, where she underwent intensive training and supervision in medical, psychiatric, and community contexts, serving individuals, couples, and families addressing a variety of presenting concerns. She completed a year-long pre-master’s internship at the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program, providing therapy services to breast cancer patients and their loved ones. Throughout this time, Jan has also worked in various clinical and research roles serving those afflicted by eating disorders as they receive inpatient or residential care toward their sustained wellness and recovery.
Jan’s specializations include but are not limited to:
Jan views therapy as a collaborative process: she encourages, values, and supports client feedback throughout the therapeutic process to ensure the work is as beneficial as possible. Her approach tends to be humanistic, with a narrative, solution-focused, contextual, and family systems orientation, based on her prior training and adjusted according to client preference and need. As a research-informed clinician, Jan is continually seeking training and learning geared toward improving the therapeutic care she provides. Though she has had targeted supervision and training with general community populations, individuals with breast cancer, and individuals with eating disorders, Jan is open and willing to continue learning and growing with clients bringing a diverse and multi-faceted set of presenting concerns.
Jan is an integral part of the mission of the Carolina Sexual Wellness Center as she is able to see clients who are uninsured or underinsured at the bottom end of the sliding scale. She offers evening appointments for the convenience of her clients.