Patterson Psych Group, PLLC 

Help for today, Hope for tomorrow


I am so pleased to be of service to you, no matter what this moment in your life looks like. It’s important that you know I am committed to your growth happening on your terms, not according to my agenda. I want you to know that therapy can be an amazing process. While it could be scary to uncover things about the past or ourselves, it can also be enlightening and empowering. My belief is that you are not the problem—the problem is the problem! If you have a diagnosis, I know you are more than that label.

What we will do first and foremost is build a safe and trusting relationship. While doing that, I’ll be gathering information about your life history, and how you may be struggling in the present. I will also be listening for clues about how you made it this far, what your strengths are, how you engage in self-talk, and what you do to protect yourself. I’ll offer you thought-provoking questions along the way, some grounding skills, regulation skills, and information… and we can theorize about how things got to be this way. It is my utmost intention for you to feel seen and heard.

You can expect that I will check in on your symptoms, I will solicit your feedback on our process, and I will respect your boundaries. I love to practice therapy because I get a front-row seat to your growth and transformation. Send me an email at if you’re feeling ready to take this step toward wellness.

I look forward to hearing from you,



Ginelle earned her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Asheville Center for Graduate Studies. Ginelle identifies as an integrative feminist narrative therapist, which is the simplest way of putting it. Ginelle’s approach integrates strength-based practices, mindfulness, self-compassion, harm reduction, and trauma resiliency models. She also utilizes CBT- and DBT-informed techniques, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Yoga for Trauma, as well as Attachment and Developmental theories.

Ginelle’s clinical experience includes serving survivors of sexual violence at any stage of the healing journey, and supporting professional helpers (teachers, nurses, direct-care mental heath workers) through experiences of burnout and compassion fatigue. Ginelle enjoys working with older adolescents, young adults, and mid-life adults. Ginelle is a friendly cisgender ally to the LGBTQIA+ community.

Ages served: 16 years +

Ginelle is currently accepting most BCBS plans, self-pay clients, with some sliding scale availability.

Appointments available Fridays 10 AM - 3 PM & Saturdays 10 AM - 3 PM.

Ginelle Krummey, MA, LPCA, NCC

(Asheville Location)