As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, Alyssa creates a warm and compassionate environment for helping others untangle their story. Alyssa completed a degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with highest distinction and continued her post-graduate studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where she completed a master’s degree in Marriage, Family, and Individual Therapy.
Catherine is a counseling intern who is currently pursuing an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a certificate in trauma studies from Richmont Graduate University. She graduated from St. John’s College (Annapolis, MD) with a B.A. in Liberal Arts and from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (South Hamilton, MA) with an M.A. in Theology.
In 1998 Dan received his Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant studies from Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania. He has earned a Certificate of Added Qualification in Psychiatry. As Dan’s patients attest, his early career experiences in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Integrative Medicine and women’s health inform a whole person perspective when looking at complex problems that affect the psyche.
As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Katy provides a therapeutic environment which is warm, safe and supportive in addition to incorporating the mental health aspects of each individual. Katy is gifted in bringing together a theological and psychological perspective in order to accomplish each client's goals and desires. While she covers many therapeutic areas, Katy has specialized in pregnancy loss, infertility, miscarriage and stillbirth.
Steven is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor committed to understanding each person's story. Steven seeks to engage in past memories of struggle and pain in order to make sense of the whole person and work towards healing individually and in relationship. Steven has experience in many areas of therapy, but he also offers coaching as life has many transitions and sometimes hard changes.