Phillip Stillman

Clinical Intern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Pronouns: they/them

For many, these last few years have been exceptionally difficult, and in one way or another most of us are struggling right now. Phil (they/them) believes that developing a deeper understanding of what you’re going through and how you’re coping can help you get to a better mental place. They are a careful listener who will treat you as the expert of your own experience and endeavor to help you understand & overcome the things that are hurting you or holding you back.

Phil is queer, nonbinary, and joyfully committed to anti-racism, anti-ableism, and body positivity. They are currently an MSW intern at Three Oaks  Behavioral Health & Wellness with a PhD in English from Duke University, and are pursuing their MSW at UNC Chapel Hill. Phil’s approach to care prioritizes you and your unique needs and experiences, while drawing on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and psychodynamic therapy, as well as queer, crip, trans, feminist, and anti-racist theory. They also
have experience working with polyamory and other non-traditional relationship and family structures. Phil is happy to help those of all faiths and philosophies.

Outside of work Phil enjoys hiking, reading, and meditation. They live with one cat (Oscar) and one small dog (Spike) who are both (usually) excellent company.


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