• Anastasia Gand, Psy.D.

    About Anastasia Gand, Psy.D. (she/her)

    Choosing to engage in treatment may feel like an uncomfortable and vulnerable place to be. Maybe you’ve felt uncomfortable for a while, or maybe you’re seeking support as you work through a specific conflict, or trauma. I’m proud of you for making it here. Perhaps, like many, your substance use has increased over the last year or two, and you are wondering if this is normal. Maybe you are struggling to manage your anger or tolerate other uncomfortable emotions. It’s possible you feel embarrassed about how you’ve reacted in the past or are frustrated and hurt by what family/friends have said about your behaviors. You may have even started to question how your relationships could improve. I am here to help.

    I provide affirming services to people of all genders and utilize an individualized, collaborative approach to therapy. We will work together to address the discomfort in your life. I will help you to develop insight into your thoughts and behaviors, and which patterns are getting in the way of leading a fulfilling life. Together, we will develop effective, useful strategies for you to grow.

    If your reality is not matching your expectations, we will identify adaptive ways to move you forward. You have taken the first step, now let us take the next step together. Send me an email at DrGand@beboldpsychnc.com and I am happy to answer any questions or get you scheduled for a free 20-minute consult! I can’t wait to hear from you and am excited to learn how I can best support you in your process.

    In addition to providing individual treatment services with adolescents and adults, Dr. Gand offers relationship and family therapy, letters for gender affirming procedures, and forensic and psychological evaluation services, including testing for adult ADHD.


    Dr. Gand is a postdoctoral fellow with Be BOLD Psychology and Consulting. She completed her predoctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, NC as the Residential Drug Abuse Program track intern. Dr. Gand is a graduate of Spalding University.