Deb Wages MA, LCMHC, NCC, BC-TMH
I am a graduate of University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology and graduate of Liberty University with a Master of Arts in Professional counseling. I am trained in a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities which include: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Solution-focused therapy (SFT), EMDR (trauma focused therapy), play therapy and expressive arts therapy. I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples who have emotional and/or behavioral challenges and I practice within a strength-based, person-centered supportive approach. As a clinician, I work in collaboration with the client to build confidence, end generational cycles, and learn coping skills to enhance all areas of their lives. My aim is to help individuals learn how to relate to others in a healthy way and offer compassionate care for the emotionally wounded.
Emmylou Madison MA, LCMHCA
I received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Coastal Carolina University and a Master of Arts Degree (M.A.) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gardner-Webb University.
The professional counseling services I provide serve a varied population, including children (ages 3 and up), adolescents, and adults, dealing with psychological and emotional issues, ranging from relational problems, substance abuse, anger management issues, parent/child issues, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment and mood disorders, and numerous other issues. I use various techniques and interventions including mindfulness, play therapy, and expressive art therapy.
Shean Harris MA, LCMHC
I am a graduate in Clinician Counseling with North Carolina A&T University. My beginning journey started early around 2001 as an Active-Duty Veteran working with community health and wellness programs as well as programs for mentoring and helping children, youth, and adults through sports and fitness/ wellness outlets. I have an extensive background and experience working with trauma and crisis. I have learned that a crisis is personal to each individual and that one can never truly know what a person is going through. Also, since the beginning of COVID-19 I have learned that trauma and other mental health symptoms can surface as we strive to adapt and overcome in our daily lives.
There may be some stigmas and worries involved in seeking help, but the hardest part is asking, or starting, to seek help. My counseling approaches and methods range from Person-Centered, Play Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Enhancement, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma Informed Care models.