Staff

  • Nicole Robertson, PhD, LCPC
    THERAPIST






    My view of therapy is that everyone has STUFF! When the stuff starts getting in the way of life, then we need some outside source help.My first session goal: I want my clients to tell me THE story. The goal is when they leave the room there is a real feeling for them of having been heard. I want them to think 'It’s ok to feel and have somebody help me through this phase of my life right now.'

    I use cognitive behavioral techniques: Think of us simply moving from Step A to Step B with a tangible approach to getting there.My clients feel like they have been heard in a warm welcoming non-judgmental environment, because I meet people where they are when they come in session.

    See, we are journeying together, two passengers traveling on a journey. At some point, we will go our separate ways on other connecting flights. Until then, we are traveling on a path of your healing together.As clients allow for spirituality into their course of treatment, I blend that into their healing.


    Healing word: “connected”

    NICOLE

  • Jackie Ladd, LGPC
    THERAPIST






    When the issues of life become overwhelming, seeking professional help is the most courageous and responsible choice a client can make.  I provide a warm, compassionate and non-judgmental environment for clients to achieve optimal mental and behavioral health.  I serve individuals, couples and groups, using a variety of treatment modalities suitable to the needs of the client.  I am committed to helping clients to identify maladaptive patterns, develop coping strategies, and implement desired change.  I look forward to serving you on your wellness journey.  

    Healing Word: HOPE


    Jackie

  • LaTanya Muhummad
    ​​GROUP FACILITATOR






    Group sessions are their own dynamic. I create environments that put people at ease and I like to bring in appropriate humor when possible. Intimate partner violence is where my concentration of work is found within group-setting counseling.

    It’s ok to sit in silence sometimes. It allows the client to open up, and reflect on what has verbally entered the atmosphere.Healing word: “CALM”. I change the atmosphere of our psycho-educational sessions and add a sense of relaxation and openness that helps my clients to be themselves.

    LATANYA

  • Raymond Jester Jr.
    ​​GROUP FACILITATOR






    I facilitate the small group sessions for Abuse Intervention Programs. The goal during the 26 week sessions is to assist our clients in identifying abusive behaviors in their intimate relationships, learn new skills and behaviors to move toward a healthy intimate relationship, bring a fullness of understanding as to what can be changed in the abuser's life and then extend that healing to the reaches of those that are in connection to them.

  • Mardis Hall
    ​​GROUP FACILITATOR






    I facilitate the small group sessions for Abuse Intervention Programs. The goal during the 26 week sessions is to assist our clients in identifying abusive behaviors in their intimate relationships, learn new skills and behaviors to move toward a healthy intimate relationship, bring a fullness of understanding as to what can be changed in the abuser's life and then extend that healing to the reaches of those that are in connection to them.

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