Who We Are
Kambi is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Supervisor who is created to help people heal and grow. With over fifteen years experience as a Licensed Counselor, and a lifestyle of ministry to others since childhood, Kambi's passion and Spirit lead work is one of a kind. She specializes in trauma recovery, women's issues, anxiety and grief recovery and spiritual formation. Kambi is a Certified EMDR Clinician, who utilizes creative arts and experiential therapies with clients in combination with other healing modalities to facilitate wholeness. She also utilizes The Emotion Code, which facilitates the release of trapped emotions in the body.
impact in children’s lives as they progress into adulthood. I am also trained in child-parent relationship therapy (CPRT) and work with caregivers and parents to develop and improve skills that strengthen the parent-child bond.
Additionally, I work with adults of all ages struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, workplace stress, and life transitions. While I may not know what it feels like to walk in your shoes, your experiences are uniquely yours, my lived experiences and formal training equipped me to help you achieve your goals. I offer the necessary tools and processes to help you navigate where you are today and equip you with strategies to cope and hope for the future.
I practice from a person-centered foundation. This means I encourage my clients to seek and utilize their inner strengths in a non-directive and empowering way. You deserve to be heard and supported, and I hope to cultivate that safety and connection with you. Collaboration is an essential component of the counseling process, and I will follow the pace you set for our sessions.
Whether you are looking for support for yourself or your child, you do not have to travel life’s path alone. Let’s take that next step together. I would consider it an honor to walk alongside you and invite you to call today for your free consultation.
MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Life events can feel overwhelming and challenging at times, and I believe we need each other’s support to process and journey through them. I specialize in play therapy working with the emotional and developmental needs of children ages 3 through 11. In my sessions, I provide an atmosphere that nurtures confidence and
belonging, boosts independence and self-esteem, and promotes healing for children of all ages. I believe the foundation created in play therapy can have a positive long-term
We all have a story and we need to tell that story in order to understand it. I work from a CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) approach to provide a safe place for people to tell their stories and explore new ways of seeing, understanding, and taking intentional action in their own story.
Having previously spent 12 years in youth ministry, and 8 as a teacher of middle/high school students, I have a passion for helping teenagers and young adults to figure out the hurdles of life and decide how to manage
stress, anger, and anxiety and how to engage their own growth. This same passion applies to adults who face the complexities of work, marriage, finances, relationships, and spiritual issues. Providing a peaceful, safe place to work through past or present chaos is my goal from the moment you walk into the room.
I am currently in my final semester of training at Liberty University to earn a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. My past experience has equipped me to offer pastoral counseling and my continued training informs me in providing CBT based counsel to those who crave safety, healing, and eventual growth.
EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Faith-Based Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Motivational Interviewing skills. Her focus is to maintain a deep compassion and thoughtfulness in your mental health journey.
In areas such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, relationship discord, and life transitions, Andie provides tools to help you feel empowered to make changes toward your specific goals. She strives to help people overcome hopelessness and negative behavioral patterns in order to create a mindset that allows them to experience positive self growth.
Serving clients in the mental health field is a calling that should not be taken lightly. Everyone is human and faces hardship. Andie believes that we are not meant to do this alone. There is strength in acknowledging our fears, struggles, and needs. Allow yourself to stop and reflect on what this means for you today, and reach out.
I firmly believe that everyone has a purpose, and mine is to serve others. We all find ourselves needing support, dealing with negative emotions, and questioning our next steps. I want to help others face these dilemmas in a way that makes them feel uplifted and known." Having experience working with teens, adults, elderly, premarital and marital couples, Andie applies
*I offer teletherapy sessions so that taking time for you can be more flexible and most importantly, safe.
Hiatt is passionate about helping others connect more deeply and honestly to their story, their truest selves, and the world around them. Whether you have experienced trauma, are experiencing limiting beliefs about yourself, desire to grow in your relationships, or simply want to experience a greater connection to your own story and the world around you, she is excited to walk alongside you into greater freedom. Hiatt's desire is to help people discover the art of who they are. So, whether you are interested in exploring your inner world through art
processing or are looking for someone to partner with on your healing journey she would love for you to reach out for more information. Hiatt is currently working towards her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She has worked both overseas and locally with non profits serving survivors of human trafficking and has a passion and a heart to walk alongside people on their paths to recovery, healing, and restoration. Art and the creative process have been a significant part of her own healing journey. She has witnessed how the creative process can unlock deeper levels of healing for people and she desires to incorporate creative expression and a holistic approach to therapy in her practice as a therapist.
As a professional working mother of 3, Brittany Morgan can attest to the challenging demands of everyday life. Bringing and restoring balance is a mission that Brittany has embarked on as a mission to help others restore balance and fulfillment in all aspects of life. Along with this mission, she is focused on aiding individuals with recovering from childhood and/or adulthood trauma while simultaneously assisting clients with
identifying current life stressors that are negatively impacting overall functionality. Brittany utilizes therapeutic frameworks such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy while working with clients through their healing journey. She provides Individual Therapy and Couple’s Therapy through a virtual platform and in person. Reach out today to learn more and enhance your life.