Trinity Counseling and Consulting

Trinity Counseling and Consulting exists to help you on the path you are on.  

Services provided are from a systemic perspective and a Christian worldview. We seek to address the whole person – physical, emotional, psychological, relational and spiritual.  

We do not discriminate based on age, race, gender, or religion, but our training was focused on Christian thought and practice. 

We do not have a one size fits all approach. Our focus will be to understand your goals and experiences to help you  best. 

Our Team

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Morgan Bennett, MA, LMFTA​

Morgan Bennett is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate (LMFTA) who received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication at North Carolina State University and her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Individual Therapy at Southeastern Seminary.

Morgan’s approach to therapy centers around the belief that every individual has inherent dignity, and is worthy to be seen, heard, and cared for. Every life experience is unique, and often these experiences can carry specific hurts, pains and sorrows. When life feels overwhelmingly challenging and burdensome, counseling can be a wonderful mechanism to assist in times of need. Morgan believes that peace and joy are possible, and that no story is hopeless, because no story is done being written.

Areas of interest and experience include trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, suicidal thoughts or actions, self-harm, relational issues, and transitional issues.

Domini LeDuc, LMFTA

Domini LeDuc is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate (LMFTA) who received her Undergraduate Degree from the University of Georgia and has a Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Individual Counseling from Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest.

Domini works with children, teens, adults and families dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, foster care, adoption, relational issues and life transitions.

Domini’s approach to therapy is client focused and centered around her belief that everyone has a story to tell. Her aim as a counselor is to create a space for people to find healing through being heard, seen and understood. Her desire is to journey alongside you as you process and navigate life’s hardships.

With the many struggles that children and teens face, she aspires to create a safe space for kids to learn how to work through their emotions.

Cale Little, LMFTA

Cale Little is a Licensed Marriage and Family Associate (LMFTA ) who graduated with a Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Individual Therapy at Southeastern Seminary.

Cale loves stories. Believing that stories embody our deepest values, goals, desires, and obstacles, he sees the stories we share to be immensely more. Helping people understand where they are and where they are going is much like stepping into a story. Every story gets difficult at times. Stories are meant to be shared, experienced, and learned from.

His areas of focus include premarital, marital, and individual therapy working through betrayals, dissonance, direction, purpose, relational tools, depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide or self-harm, and mindset. He holds a certification in PREPARE/ENRICH, and has completed Levels 1 & 2 of Gottman Training.

James Pittman, LMFTA

James is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate. He received a Master of Arts in Christian Marriage, Family, and Individual Counseling from Southeastern Seminary. He worked as a pastor for 10 years and wanted to pursue helping people in a different way.

James’s approach to therapy is wholistic and is grounded in the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model that focuses on client-centered solutions.He specializes in helping people with problematic emotions, burnout, and stress.

He offers pre-marital, and marriage counseling that focuses on helping the family find a healthy sustainable rhythm. If you’re in need of couples counseling, individual guidance during life transitions, or are struggling with anxiety, depression, or other problematic emotions, He is ready to walk with you, side-by-side.

Caroline von Helms, LMFT-S

Trinity Counseling and Consulting was founded in 2016 by Caroline von Helms. Caroline received her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and her Master’s in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Caroline has been providing counseling services to individuals, couples, and families since 2000. She began her career in Dallas, Texas working with families involved with foster care and those looking to adopt. She provided services to local schools, children’s homes, juvenile probation departments, and child protective services. She also maintained a small private practice as well as taught periodically at a local community college.

Since moving to Raleigh, she has worked with local churches as well as helping provide supervision for students at Southeastern Seminary. She has extensive experience consulting with churches and other nonprofit organizations to better their relationships within the organization and form their counseling ministries. Caroline has experience counseling individuals, couples, and families with issues such as mood disorders, family conflict, adoption issues, parenting concerns, and life transitions.