Twin Resource Center, PLLC


Many times in life, individuals and families face circumstances or events that may be difficult to cope with on their own. Confidential time spent with a trained professional can objectively help you sort out the elements of the situation you wish to address.

Whether you are in the midst of a new crisis or a long standing concern, professional counseling can help you make positive, healthy adjustments to restore balance in your life. In today's busy times, there are many people who just need to process the often overwhelming day-to-day pressures of life. No matter what you are dealing with, a skilled counselor can help you successfully meet your individual needs.

Twin Resource Center, PLLC

We Speak Twin

Counseling that specializes in enhancing life quality for twins and their loved ones.

Twin Resource Center, PLLC

We Offer Telehealth

Receive professional counseling without leaving the security or comfort of your own home.

Twin Resource Center, PLLC

Counsel the Counselor

We offer customized workshops that complement existing programs and services.

Not a twin? We can still help.

While Jacqueline has particular expertise and interest in twin matters, she has a long history of serving diverse populations dealing with a wide range of circumstances. As a social worker serving the public for over 30 years, she has helped others effectively navigate common and uncommon experiences. Anyone seeking a compassionate, informed counselor can schedule an appointment; one does not have to be a twin to receive services. Other specialties Jacqueline has includes physical and mental health related concerns, relationship difficulties, end of life care and extensive knowledge of older adult issues.

What is Telehealth?

Jacqueline utilizes electronic counseling or telehealth so clients can be served throughout the state of North Carolina without ever being required to leave the security or comfort of their own home. All privacy and HIPPA guidelines are strictly enforced. Clients do not need to have advanced technology skills, only an electronic device with a camera and microphone. If you are new to telehealth or have questions about how this may work for you, please do not hesitate to contact Jacqueline on the "contact us" page of this website.


Grief, Loss, Bereavement

Relationship concerns

Adjustment to significant life changes

Depression, Stress, Anxiety

Traumatic life experiences

Guilt, self doubt or poor self-esteem

Facing a pivotal life decision

Health related changes or concerns

Terminal illness

End of life care planning

Aging or geriatric matters

​Caregiver stress

*The above lists are common examples and not considered all inclusive


Parents feeling overwhelmed with the demands of raising twins

Parents feeling uncertain about conflicting advice on raising twins

Twin competitiveness

Twin individuality

Twins in conflict or estranged

Twins contemplating separate paths for the first time

Twins who want differing degrees of closeness

Twin loss (from in utero to advanced age)

Twin relationship changes related to the illness or disability of one twin

Spouses of twins struggling with impacts of the twinship on marriage


Asking for help is a sign of strength.