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Elkin/Jonesville Team


Melissa Casstevens MS, LCMHC

I am a graduate of Bellevue University with a Masters of Science in Clinical Counseling.  I provide counseling services to individuals, couples, and families of all ages.  I have experience involving a variety of needs such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, family relationships, and grief and loss.  I also have extensive experience in working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence.  I work to provide a non-judgmental and person-centered environment and take a strength-based and collaborative approach. 

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Zoee Byrd LCMHC, NBCC 

I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Wake Forest University.  I completed my Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in sociology from UNCFSU/Fayetteville State University. I have experience with inpatient group counseling, supportive counseling through Wake Forest Baptist’s Burn and Trauma units, and in outpatient therapy.  I use a mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, construct, and person centered supportive approach in order to best collaborate with my clients to meet their needs. I also incorporate creative methods like art therapy, counseling through play, and many other methods that are fun and beneficial for my clients.

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Morganne Rayo MSW, LCSW, LCAS

I graduated with a Bachelors of Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and completed a Masters of Social Work at Appalachian State University. I work with clients primarily from a person-centered approach, emphasizing the individual’s goals and desires to drive treatment approaches. I utilize modalities centered within brain-body communication and integration with emphasis on building upon strengths and working towards healing. I utilize integrative techniques with various modalities, including Brainspotting, MBSR, CBT, DBT, ACT, relapse prevention, and seeking safety. My primary areas of practice include working with adults and teens, with most of my history of work involving the criminal justice system, substance use, trauma, anxiety disorders, perinatal experiences, and personality disorders. I have been able to work within various treatment settings, including inpatient and hospital treatment, crisis teams, intensive outpatient teams, and standard outpatient treatment. I feel incredibly privileged to be a part of a person’s personal work and healing, and I look forward to working together with you through the process.


Shevon Cooper MA, LCMHC

I received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Guilford College in Criminal Justice and Forensic Biology and a Master of Arts Degree from South University.  I have experience providing services to children, adolescents, adults, and groups struggling with a variety of emotional, psychological, and behavioral concerns, including but not limited to: Depression, anxiety, relationship issues, job stress, grief, life transitions, and other mental health conditions.  I practice from a strengths-based and person-centered perspective with a focus on trauma informed care.  I utilize various techniques and interventions including but not limited to play therapy, mindfulness, cognitive behavior interventions, and solution focused interventions.  The most important thing to remember is that this is a collaborative relationship that includes the development of a trusting relationship that includes the development of goals to address your specific situation and plans to achieve your personal goals. 

Ginger B. Isenhoward, LCMHC, NCC

I received my Master of Arts degree in the area of Psychological Counseling/Agency
Counseling from Gardner-Webb University in August of 2000. I am a member of the Psi Chi-National Honor Society in Psychology. I have been a licensed North Carolina School Counselor for over 20 years and am a member of the NCSCA.  I have over 20 years’ experience working with families, children and adolescents, ranging from four- to eighteen-year-olds. I have served students from a variety of socio-economic, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds and understand that each
person has a unique experience to be considered when providing counseling services. The range of issues presented during my years as a counselor include, but are not limited to, behavior problems (at home and school), physical and sexual abuse, general anxiety, separation anxiety, grief, self-harm, suicidal ideation, divorce, and development of social skills. I utilize a Person-Centered approach to therapy with my primary theoretical orientation is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, but I also use Reality, Client-Centered, and
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy when they are appropriate. 

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