A Kind Mind

Gina D. Graham, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker



I believe that developing a kind mind is how we create the clarity and vision for the step of life that we are on. 

I believe a kind mind is the result of healthy eating and movement, good self-care, a spiritual viewpoint, and allowing others to help when you need it.

I have over 15 years of clinical therapy experience. In that time, I have worked as an eating disorder inpatient case manager, a private practice clinician, and a group therapy leader. I have also taken a break in that work to raise my kids, dive deeply into health and wellness, and become a family photographer.

On a personal level, I have also learned first-hand about the power of a kind mind through my own seasons of challenges, self-doubt, and spiritual work. I have had times in my life of clear direction, and I have had times in my life of great confusion. But I believe it is both of these, the detours and the direction, that ultimately shape the trajectory of our lives in ways we never saw coming.

So if you find yourself wandering and struggling, or if on the other hand, you know your destination but you’re not sure how to get there, I would love to help. Whether it’s an eating disorder, poor self-image, anxiety, depression, a life crisis, or a personal transformation, I would love to journey with you.

I offer individual sessions using both traditional talk therapy and life coaching strategies. I also offer a unique approach to body image and self-esteem work utilizing photography in a personalized, trusting and therapeutic way to help clients see the beauty in themselves in a candid and positive light. 

I am also available for speaking engagements to groups and organizations. 


About me

In addition to being a Clinical Therapist and a Photographer, I am a Mom, a Wife, a Daughter, a Sister, and Friend. I have adopted a meditative and prayer practice that is a work in progress. I have deep faith. I am a recovering perfectionist. I adore photography, music, chocolate, and my dog.  


What People Are Saying

Gina was the first therapist in my 15 year journey with an eating disorder who introduced me to the idea that full recovery is possible. She helped me not only get out of one of my worst relapses, but also helped me figure out how to live a life without the eating disorder influencing my every move. Gina was the one who helped me discover who I was and who I wanted to be.
— Brynna S.
“Gina Graham is - hands down - the best therapist I have ever worked with. Before working with Gina, I was losing a battle to a 10+ year eating disorder and living with a crippling level of panic & anxiety. I looked at each day as a matter of existing rather than living. Then it finally dawned on me that others weren’t living the same way I was living. After cycling through several therapists who I never felt I could open up to, I connected with Gina and have never looked back. She not only empowered me to kick that eating disorder 10 years ago, she continues to encourage and help me navigate life’s challenges. Never have I worked with someone so trustworthy, approachable and kind. Gina is amazing!”
— Dana K.