About Us

"I Am
We Are"

We all benefit from the knowledge gained by others if they themselves use the knowledge to empower and educate.

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FAEJ Foundation's

More Than Therapy

More Than Therapy is an eclectic program/agency located in downtown Durham, NC and conducts therapy, supervision, peer support, trainings, and media related services.

A person is a person through other people' strikes an affirmation of one’s humanity through recognition of an ‘other’ in his or her uniqueness and difference. It is a demand for a creative inter-subjective formation in which the ‘other’ becomes a mirror (but only a mirror) for my subjectivity.

This idealism suggests to us that humanity is not embedded in my person solely as an individual; my humanity is co-substantively bestowed upon the other and me.

Humanity is a quality we owe to each other. We create each other and need to sustain this otherness creation. And if we belong to each other, we participate in our creations: we are because you are, and since you are, definitely I am. The ‘I am’ is not a rigid subject, but a dynamic self-constitution dependent on this otherness creation of relation and distance. 

FAEJ Foundation's's More Than Therapy is focused on empowerment and education of clinicians and those deemed as clients. With support from others, we can avoid the pitfalls of despair, or at least be able to get the support to work through it.

More Than Therapy is for you by you. Together we can make the change to have more effective ways to recovery and address mental health. Join the mission. Educate and empower... advocate and inspire. Be what you would want to receive.

Judithe Louis, MSW, CCTP

Meet the Founder of Ede Mwen Health Services Where
More Than Therapy Began in 2019.

Judithe Louis-Ingram

Judithe is an advocate and passionate about educating and servicing her community by bringing awareness of STD’s primarily HIV/AIDS, and how Trauma relates to many mental health disorders. She published several articles on HIV/AIDS. In 2015 “Ede Mwen” was founded as a non-profit to bring awareness, education, and empowerment to individuals in the North Carolina area on how to protect themselves from spreading and catching this disease.

Felipe Blue, MA, LCAS

Meet the Executive Director

Felipe Khristopher Blue

Felipe is emphatic, genuine, open, and flexible. He embodies the concept of "UBUNTU", "I am, because we are". Felipe is a licensed clinical addictions specialist and advocate for additions and mental health. Felipe uses his own experiences with mental illness as a guide to his therapeutic approach and interventions and strategies that he utilizes with clients as well as peers and supervisees. Additionally, Felipe is a writer, host of a podcast, and media director, and utilizes his eclectic specialties to address the stigma related to mental health as well as bring about more awareness.

# 919-729-6300
Camille Brown-Lowery, MA, MHP

Meet the Operational Director

Camille Brown-Lowery, MA, MHP

Experienced in Project Management, Mental Health and providing supportive services to families and children, as well as skilled writing, counseling, analysis and managing information skills. Able to work efficiently, use inquisition and good communication and interact in a people oriented and personable manner. Looking for opportunity that is consistent with Lifestyle, challenge, service, and independent values that involve working with people, being challenged and constantly assessing and problem solving.


More Than Therapy

Always a phone call, a text, an email, or message  away. If in the neighborhood, feel free to stop by our secured office space. Simply use the database kiosk and put in the name of whom you seek.

201 W Main Street  Suite 316  Durham, NC
# 919-729-6300

Additional Services

Working hours

Weekdays: 8:00am - 6:00pm                    
Saturday :  10:00am - 6:00pm                    
Sunday:      12:00pm - 4:00pm

Special Hour Accommodations Can Be Made for Certain Circumstances (T.A.D.)