"If you can’t fly, then run if you can’t run, then walk if you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.” 


- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Baby Sea Turtle Moving Forward Annia Cuebas Colon

Hello, I'm Annia

I truly believe that we all have an opportunity to start over as many times as we need to, even if it takes us longer to get there or in a different way.

This is why I am here to remind you that we all have different ways to deal with life challenges, at a different pace, which is okay.

As long as you are trying, there is no other way but to move forward, and most importantly... you don’t have to do this alone.

I am here for you.


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I will make sure we work together to help you learn and practice healthy coping strategies, gain strength and courage to move forward in the presence of loss, struggle, and change.

Give yourself an opportunity to heal and allow me to help you find your way.

Annia Cuebas-Colon, MSW, LCSW, LCASA

Annia Cuebas-Colon, MSW, LCSW, LCASA

I might be a great fit for you if you're interested in working on any of these concerns: 

Chronic Stress




Couples Issues

You're in recovery from Substance Use or

Substance Dependence, with

a Mental Health concern


In particular, I love working with:

Teens & Adults

Couples in Counseling

Working with Children, ages 10+ (for Trauma issues)

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You are welcomed, understood, and empowered.

Among my different skills, I believe I have a unique way to connect with clients and provide an environment where they feel welcomed, understood, and empowered.

Chronic Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

I enjoy helping adults who are experiencing chronic stress, anxiety, and depression in a judgment-free environment.

Couples Counseling

Additionally, I am passionate about working with couples to help them understand their relationship dynamic.

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My love for therapy has taken me on a path of empathy, compassion, and self-reflection.


I have learned that at the end of the day we have more commonalities than differences and through the connection, we can find a sense of belonging, purpose, and long-lasting change.

A little more about me...

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate, with a background in trauma. Tambien hablo español.

I have a bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Studies from Ashford University, which is a combination of psychology and education, and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I have completed a certification on Trauma Focus- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to provide treatment to children up to the age of 18 who have experienced trauma and are showing trauma-related symptoms.

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On a personal note - I am originally from Puerto Rico but have been in North Carolina for over 20 years, so this is home. I am a mom of 2 boys (Omar 22yo and Josiah 9yo) and married to a wonderful husband (Joe). I love to read, go to the movies, go to Puerto Rico, and spend time with my boys.