Annie Mosely, LCSW
Therapist. Trainer. Supervisor.
Too Many Lemons, LLC
Maybe you’re here right now seeking support for one of these experiences:
You think and feel deeply, which leads to feeling overwhelmed or shutting down
You have BIG feelings, cry often, and are drained from tending to others’ needs
You’ve been told you’re “too much” and are starting to believe it
You have difficulty setting boundaries or saying “no”
You’re driven and highly motivated, but still think you’re not good enough
Or maybe life has just thrown you too many lemons and you need some help to put them down!
I am a Licensed Clinical Therapist providing virtual services in Kansas, Missouri and North Carolina. I have been a Social Worker since 2007.
My areas of specialty are: Grief/loss, ADHD, OCD, anxiety and working with the LGBTQIA population.
I provide clinical supervision for LMSWs. Reach out to see if I'm currently accepting supervisees.
I have presented at state and national conferences and for health care professionals locally. I primarily focus on: grief/loss, ADHD, and issues unique to the LGBTQIA community.
I'm Annie Mosely, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I work with women who aren't used to prioritizing themselves who want to get help with the anxiety and burnout that's been holding them back. I've been in Social Work since 2007, and prior to that I was a middle school teacher. That's where my life-long love of learning and teaching began. That is also where my ADHD specialty started to take root.
Choosing the best therapist for you is a very important decision. Call me so we can chat about whether we’re a good fit.
At Too Many Lemons, my goal is to provide evidence based, person centered mental health care for each individual.
Highly Sensitive People
Grief and Loss
"Annie has encouraged and helped push me to do things that are hard to do, but overall make a world of difference in my life."
"It's important to me that my therapist not be a "yes man" and instead, challenge my thinking and patterns. Annie was non-judgmental, honest and helped me reflect on some of the negative patterns I had a hard time letting go of."