Chante Gamby


About Me

While I enjoy working with many different types of people, my ideal client is someone who is open to exploration and can view therapy as a journey and a process, rather than quick fix. I work best with someone who can see me as a support and can partner in uncovering solutions that work best for them, rather than looking to me for total direction. I have helped individuals in successfully transitioning to the next level in their lives, increase motivation and self-esteem to improve relationships and sense of self worth, and have helped individuals establish the identity that they desire. In the past I have worked with teenagers and adults of all ages (young adults to middle aged), partnering with them on their journey of navigating relational concerns, coping with grief/lose, managing trauma, defining identities, and successfully transitioning to their next stage of life.

I find that the world carries glimpses of hope and opportunities for positive change for those who earnestly seek it. I believe in the power of vulnerability and advocate for transparency in partnerships, business, and friendships as I believe that it strengthens our connections.

Everyone is unique, and I strive to make therapy a unique experience for each person that I work with. Utilizing a "boutique style" approach, I create an affordable, creative, and collaborative practice to help others reach their full potential. While my practice is highly individualized, I often utilize strategies from Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Holistic therapy, and Logotherapy.


  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Self esteem
  • Depression

I also have experience in Addictions, Relationship, Family, Grief, Intimacy-related, Eating, Anger, Career, Bipolar

Years of Experience: 3


LCSW #149.01877 (Expires: 2019-11-30)


Written by T.R. on Jan 22, 2018 after counseling with Chante for 7 months on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, relationship, family, grief, intimacy-related, self esteem, anger, and bipolar

What can you say about a person who takes the time to get to understand you? The patience it takes and the correct questions? The length of time where they slowly break down the comments and to ask questions gently without an upset? A caring person, one who really sees and hopes to help. This is what I have experienced. A kind and gentle person, but fully respectful of your position, your family, your struggles. A very professional person yet through this you feel the gentle hug that makes you realize you are not on your own. This has been and is my experience. Thank you.