Meredith Little, LPC-S

Hi there!

I am the founder and director of Kinship Holistic Psychotherapy. Kinship has been my brainchild and a dream come true. Because of you! I have made this my life’s work to help people find deep healing and freedom, and I want as many people as possible to have that experience.

My style is warm and authentic, and I love a well-placed curse word. I have 12 years under my belt as a therapist and now as a supervisor. Nothing you say will shock me. I deeply and genuinely care for my clients and invest my heart into their stories and healing. When I think back to the most profound healing moments of my life, they have something to do with being fully seen and loved. One of these happened in my therapy and shaped how I work with my clients.

Most of my training outside of graduate school has been in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and I enjoy working with couples, attachment-related issues and trauma, and women in the perinatal period.

You will hear much from me about self-compassion, giving yourself grace, and making yourself some lunch. My brain is a steel trap – And I will remember your dog’s name for the next decade.


I was born and raised in the South Carolina Lowcountry. I attended Clemson University for my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and pursued my Master’s in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College. I have received advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC/S) and am currently supervising a new generation of local therapists through their licensure process.

I love reading, walking, traveling, going to my favorite coffee shops, and spending time with my husband and our two children.

Who I Help: Adults (18+), couples and families


  • Glennon Doyle
  • Sue Johnson
  • Hillary McBride
  • Terri Watson – a grad school teacher
  • My children
  • The Hamilton Musical Soundtrack


  • Waking up early and going to bed early
  • Drinking tea midday and at night
  • Talking with my long-distance friends on Marco Polo
  • Dance parties with my family
  • Sunday Celebrations
  • Journaling

Meredith’s Library:

The Wisdom of Your Body

Practices of Embodied Living

Atlas of the Heart

Try Softer

Come As You Are

Lost Connections

Big Magic

How to Keep a House While Drowning

Meredith’s style is authentic, warm, compassionate,
and accepting. She believes that therapy should be a
place for you to be safe and accepted as you are.

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