MSSW / LCSW, PIP
Marion is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in child, adolescent and adult counseling. She is particularly experienced and passionate about working with children, teens and young adults who are adjusting to life changes and transitions, stress, anxiety, depression and general mood instability. She uses an integrated approach to therapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy. Marion accepts private payment. For more information go to her website at http://makcounselingllc.com/
Charice is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy. She has experience working with clients who present with various issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, parenting, family conflict, relationship conflict, and overall life stress. Working together to reach your goals is her main focus as a therapist. Charice currently accept private payment.
Josh is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who works with individuals, couples, and families. He has worked in settings like the Capstone Family Therapy Clinic, the University of Alabama’s Employee Assistance and Medical Center, and Pickens County High School. While Josh has experience and works with a variety of difficulties in therapy, his areas of focus include anxiety, existential concerns, spiritual difficulties, and relationship conflict. He believes that therapy can do more than help people develop the tools they need to survive the hardships they are facing; it can also help them to take ownership of their story and create a life worth living. He accepts private payment.
Brantley is currently a graduate student at the University of Alabama pursuing a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. While she has a passion for addiction recovery, she has had the opportunity to provide therapy services to a vast array of clients with a diverse range of issues, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, grief and bereavement, substance abuse, and life transitions. Since every client is unique, she thinks it is important that she build a high level of trust with her clients and tailor therapy to fit each client. Brantley wants to get to know you for you, so you can work together to find solutions that may be helpful for any problems in your life.
Joi is currently a graduate student and clinical intern in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at the University of Alabama. For as long as she can remember, she has always had a passion supporting and helping others through difficult times in their lives. She commits herself to helping all populations, specifically those who may not lack the resources in truly gaining the assistance they need. She vows to show kindness, compassion, and empathy to everyone she encounters.
Grace is currently a graduate student at the University of Alabama, working towards a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. During her time in this program, she has had the opportunity to provide individual, couples and family therapy to a variety of clients at the Capstone Family Therapy Clinic. Her goal as a therapist is to highlight the strengths each client has and use them as a way for the client to create meaningful change. She believes in creating a high level of trust with each client by using a collaborative, nonjudgmental approach and providing hope.