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Dr. Theresa Allen LPC/S-C, NCC (Honea Path, Anderson, SC)
I am a LPC Supervisor Candidate in the state of South Carolina and a National Certified Counselor. I have a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. I am under the direct supervision of Dr. Robin Moody, LPC, with PhDs in Clinical Psychology, Christian Counseling and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I have been in private practice for 5 ½ years. The name of my practice is The Well Life, based on the Biblical passage John 4:14. I specialize in a spiritually-integrative CBT approach to counseling. I help individuals lead a more fulfilling and hope-focused life by pursuing emotional balance in their relationships with God, with self, and with others. Through cognitive restructuring and rewriting negative life-scripts, I believe that people can overcome even the most difficult challenges, and learn to live physically, emotionally, & spiritually well!
Diane Arnold LPC, LPC/S (Charleston, SC)
Diane is an LPC in the state of South Carolina and is also currently a candidate for supervision. She has been working in in private practice since 2011. She works with depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, marriage/pre-marital therapy and parent education. Her practice focuses on helping individuals, married couples and families with emotional and relationship concerns. She works with issues of development, life transitions, anxiety/stress, anger, depression, grief, career counseling, spiritual doubt & growth. She is a certified EFT therapist and has training in EMDR as well as trauma-focused therapy for victims of abuse.
Diane believes a person's problems and concerns can encompass their physical, mental, and spiritual health. Her goal is to provide therapy that addresses a client's deeper issues and wounds not just their symptoms. She considers it important to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment to promote development, healing and growth.
Jon Beaumont LPC/S (Columbia, SC)
Jon D. Beaumont, LPCS is a licensed professional counselor supervisor with a Masters in Clinical Psychology and a certification in cognitive behavioral therapy. He has a wide range of experience working with children, adolescents, and teenagers in both managed care and private practice settings. His professional resume includes two years doing assessments and counseling alongside a Neuropsychologist and then eight years at Three Rivers Midlands RTF. His private practice in Columbia, Beaumont Counseling Services, is currently in its 7th year of operation. Jon has also used his
solution-focused approach to create a ground-breaking method of dealing with bullies, which he has implemented in practice for over ten years to change the lives of countless victims of verbal torment. He now wishes to share these techniques with a wider audience in hopes to reduce the bullying epidemic by using his recently published book, "My Mom is a Big Fat Whale: A New Workbook for Kids & Teens to Take the Power Back from Bullies."
Theresa Bonesteel M.A., NCC, LPC/SC, LMFT/SC (West Columbia, SC)
I earned a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Columbia International University, and have dual licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (# 5731) and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#4681) in South Carolina. I have additional training for treating trauma, which includes Tr I earned a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Columbia International University, and have dual licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (# 5731) and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#4681) in South Carolina. I have additional training for treating trauma, which includes Trauma-Focused CBT and EMDR. As a Supervisor Candidate, I provide supervision for both LPC-As and LMFT-As.
My professional experience includes working with “at risk” teens; elementary and high school students as a school-based counselor; and currently with individuals (ages 4-adult), couples and families, as well as providing consulting services for the “Head Start” preschool program through my private practice. Among working with the traditional struggles of anxiety, depression, grief & loss, and relationship issues, etc.,
I specialize in treating trauma for various ages.
Kayce Bragg, MA, LPC/S, LAC, NCC (Irmo, SC)
Kayce Bragg is a Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of South Carolina. She worked in the community mental health field from 2011-2021 as the Clinical Director for a statewide non-profit organization that serves adults with severe and persistent mental illness such as Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, and various other Mood/Psychotic Disorders.
At the beginning of 2016, Kayce branched out to private practice, providing telehealth therapy services to the residents of South Carolina through online platforms using messaging, phone, and video tools. She currently works full-time in her telehealth private practice. She specializes in treating such issues as depression, anxiety, difficulty adapting to life situations, relationship issues, stress caused by pressure at work or home, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, other difficulties maintaining life balance, developing coping skills, interpersonal skills, independent living skills, stress management, personal empowerment and advocacy, healthy leisure habits, and other important life skills. She also has experience with addictions issues and is equipped to help with related problems.
Kayce tends to use a model for therapy that integrates brief and time-limited solution-focused therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Positive Psychology and other modalities that focus more on what you are experiencing in the here and now as well as coming up with solutions to help you feel better and maintain improved balance in life. She believes in treating the mind, body, and spirit and the importance of the whole well-rounded person, and she is passionate about fighting for the rights of those with mental illness while eradicating stigma.
Camilla Bravo LPC, LPC/S (Greenville, SC)
My name is Camilla Bravo. I have a B.S. in Human Nutrition, an M.Ed. in Counseling and Development (both from Winthrop University) and a PhD in Holistic Nutrition, and am the founder of The Bravo Institute in downtown Greenville, SC. I am an LPC and LPC-S as well as a Certified Tele-Mental Health Provider.
I have been licensed since 2000 and have lived in many different towns/cities (14, to be exact) along the eastern seaboard. My career is unique in that I have worked in a variety of disciplines across the span of my career, to include both state and corporate senior management for the last 10+ years. In addition to maintaining my private practice, I teach at Greenville Technical College. I have worked with children, adolescents and adults, to include community mental health, therapeutic foster care and counseling on a college campus. The focus of the practice is clinical supervision and continuing education.
Tia Buchanan LPC/S-C (Sumter, SC)
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor Candidate, Licensed Addiction Counselor, NCCA Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor, NCCA Certified Sexual Therapist, EMDR Clinician, DCMin., M.A., M.S.,NCC, Certified Play Therapist, and Court Involved Therapist. I see clients for a wide range of issues including: depression, anxiety, ADHD, marriage and family, and trauma.
Debra "Dee Dee" Culbertson LPC, CAC, LPC/S (Seneca, SC)
Zach Dorsch Eds, MA, NCC, LPC, LPC/SC (Columbia, SC)
I am currently a Licensed Professional Supervisor Candidate and have worked with supervisees for the past two years. My approach to supervision is solution-focused with the goal of helping equip new therapists develop the skills and confidence to independently work with a variety of clients. I consider the developmental stages of the new therapist while respecting their autonomy as a professional during supervision and support regular collegial feedback from supervisees. I also encourage regular supervisee check-in about their own wellness and how to maintain awareness of their own needs to prevent burnout. I earned my Ed.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of South Carolina in 2012 and my M.A. in Theological Research from the University of Durham (UK) in 2006. Drawing on experience from both theological research and counseling, I encourage and challenge supervisees to remain lifelong learners. I challenge supervisees to meet clients where they are and to recognize the innate dignity of the human person—allowing supervisees to work with a variety of diverse clients.
Kim Finucan LPC, LPC/S, DBTC, CCTP, NBCCH (North Charleston, SC)
With over 20 years of mental health experience, I have worked in behavioral health management, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care centers, as well as, private practice. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified DBT Therapist, Level 2 EMDR Trained and Completed Levels 1 and 2 of Trauma Informed Hypnotherapy. Using a developmental model of supervision, I enjoy assisting new counselors in exploring their strengths, challenging areas that promote growth and supporting potential.
Lizbeth Graffeo LPC/S-C (Spartanburg, SC)
I am currently an LPC Supervisor Candidate in South Carolina under direct supervision of David Khan, PhD, LPCS. I use the Discrimination Model of supervision, which allows me to evaluate the supervisees’ ability within each focus area and select the appropriate role from which to respond. The three focus areas are intervention, conceptualization, and personalization. I will work with you to understand your preferred model of counseling and provide supervision compatible with your theoretical framework as much as possible. My supervision training comprises several years of providing supervised supervision of practicum and internship counseling students. In addition to providing clinical supervision, I am Core Faculty at Webster University, Department of Counseling. My research centers on professional identity development. I am fascinated to see how one’s professional identity evolves an intersects with one’s career path.
Jane Liotta LPC, LPC/SC (Ft. Mill, SC)
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of South Carolina. I have worked in the mental health field for 37 years and have served as a clinical supervisor in a SC community counseling center, a private agency, and most recently in the Fort Mill School District school-based therapy program. Presently I am in private practice providing individual therapy to adults and children. I am also a clinical consultant for the Fort Mill School District and York One School District.
As a supervisor, I draw from several different models of supervision, however my theoretical orientation is primarily integrative. I conceptualize the supervision experience as developmental as well as a working alliance to protect the client. Throughout my career as a clinical supervisor I have always had a passion for integrating thoughts, feelings, insight, knowledge, ethics and experience to deepen and enrich the supervisory experience.
Meredith Lutz LPC-S (Greenville, Anderson, SC)
I am an LPC-S providing clinical supervision for LPC-Associates in Greenville county. I can meet in either Greenville county or Anderson. Rate is $30/hr for individual and $20/hr for group. Contact me for a phone consult!
Mollie Murphy LPC, LPC/S (Greenville, SC)
James Pruett LPC, LPC-S, LMFT, LMFT-S (Spartanburg, SC)
Serving for over 50 years as a pastoral psychotherapist, supervisor, educator, executive director, training program founder, international presenter, and cognate group leader, Dr. Jim Pruett also has been supervising therapists and supervisors in training as well as master therapists since 1980. He blends a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective that draws together the tapestry of strengths, resiliencies, the energetic field (music), soul, formation, and story to support the person in calling forth and equipping that one’s specially gifted inner servant leader.
Jennifer Ramieri LPC/S (Fort Mill, SC)
Jennifer began her professional career as a public school teacher in the mid-90s. After obtaining a master's degree in counseling in 2000, Jennifer continued to work in schools, both teaching and counseling, as well as gaining counseling experience in community mental health, corrections, and private practice.
In 2014 Jennifer completed her second master's in education granting her certification as a principal and superintendent. Having taught almost every grade from pre-K to post-secondary along the way, Jennifer's love of learning and teaching is one area where her passion for helping children to grow shines.
Jennifer specializes in working with children, but also offers counseling services to adolescents and adults. Jennifer has additional training in trauma-based therapy, criminal psychopathology, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, play therapy (RPT anticipated 2018)& EMDR (Institute Trained) for adults and children.
Dr. Christie Rogers-Larke, LPC/S, RPT/S, CAMSII, BC-TMH, CCTP, BCPCC, EMRIA Certification, NCC (Gaffney, SC; Virtual)
Dr. Christie Rogers-Larke has 30 plus years of experience as a therapist with a wide diversity of specializations and certifications.
Jennifer Rodriguez LPC (Charleston, SC)
I am an LPC Supervisor Candidate under the direct supervision of Valerie Gist, LPC with a BSW in social work and an MA in professional counseling. I have extensive training as a trauma informed therapist in TF-CBT, Internal Family Systems (IFS) and am certified as an EMDR therapist. My work consists of working with complex PTSD, anxiety, depression, dissociative disorders and people who express inner conflict or just an overall feeling of being stuck. I most often integrate IFS and EMDR with faith as desired by my clients. My practice is called Counsel Me and is located in my home office in Charleston, SC.
Taurus D Sanders MA, LPC, LPCSC, LAC, SAP (Columbia, SC)
I am an LPCS Candidate looking for supervisees to complete their supervision requirements. I am in private practice and are the owner of Integrity Counseling & Wellness. I work with various populations and have experience from inpatient and outpatient mental health/substance abuse treatment settings. I work with children, adolescents, and adults; providing individual, couples, and family counseling.
Rebecca Scott LPC/S (Charleston, SC)
Rebecca Scott LPC, LPCS received her Master’s in Psychology from the Citadel in 2000 and graduated from College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1994. She is a native to Charleston, SC. Currently employed as a supervisor with the Department of Mental Health with a history of being in private practice, Rebecca works with both kids and adults. She is skilled with working with those who have a severe and persistent mental illness. She is trained in multiple evidenced based practices to include CBT, TF-CBT, AF-CBT, EMDR, MI, MDFT, and DBT. She has been providing licensure supervision since 2015 in Charleston and the surrounding areas to include Summerville, Goose Creek, Moncks Corner, North Charleston, Ladson, Mt. Pleasant, and James/Johns Islands. Please contact Rebecca via phone at 843-209-5456 or email email@example.com to discuss further.
Dr. Victoria Shedrick, Ed. D., LPC, NCC; Key Counseling, Coaching & Consulting LLC (Columbia, SC)
Greetings! I am a licensed professional counselor with over 15 years of counseling experience working in school and clinical settings. As the owner of Key Counseling, Coaching and Consulting LLC, a private counseling practice in Columbia, SC, I specialize in women’s mental health and parenting issues. I have had years of experience working with interns and practicum students, and truly enjoy being able to give back to the profession. I am currently accepting new supervisees, and offer group and individual supervision. Feel free to reach out to me by phone or email, so that we can talk about your goals. I look forward to working with you!
Andrea Solomon, LPCS, LAC (Columbia, SC)
803-814-6702 | 843-260-3001
Andrea Solomon is a graduate of USC-Upstate and Webster University. She has a Masters of Arts degree in Mental Health, and she is a Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina. She has worked in the Mental Health field for 11 years; as well as with individuals working to overcome addictions and with children living with cognitive development issues.
Ms. Solomon is passionate about empowering others, as they learn to work through life difficulties and overcome challenges. Andrea has worked with diverse populations, including but not limited to, children with Autism, ADHD/ADD, young adults and the elderly.
As a Licensed Professional counselor, she will work diligently to ensure that you are comfortable, have a great counseling experience to help you grow, and strive toward your personal goals. Andrea’s area of specialties is strengthening the dynamics of the family/home and assisting you in developing healthy coping skills. Her areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, stress, substance abuse and grief counseling.
Tashia Stackhouse-Geiger, LPC, LPC/S Candidate, TF-CBT (Summerville, SC)
I am an LPCS Candidate looking for supervisees to complete their supervision requirements. I am in private practice and are the owner of Let's Figure it Out Counseling. I work with various populations and have experience from inpatient and outpatient mental health/substance abuse treatment settings. I specialize in working with adult individuals with a history of trauma; providing individual and couples counseling.
Jamie Stover LPC, LPC/S (Greenville, SC)
Jamie Stover is a graduate of Clemson University and the University of Alabama. She has a Masters of Science degree in Human and Family Studies and a Masters of Arts degree in Mental Health. Jamie has spent most of her career working with children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses in the healthcare and non-profit setting. Currently she is a director of program services for a non-profit that serves the state of South Carolina. She has also provided counseling services in a private practice setting. As a licensed professional counselor, she enjoys serving children, adolescents, and families. Jamie's specific areas of concentration have been grief and loss, anxiety, depression, and other adjustment concerns. As a supervisor, Jamie is committed to providing a comfortable and open environment for individual and group supervision. She strives to educate and support those she supervises as co-professionals.
Jennifer Sudderth LPC, LPC/SC (Seneca, SC)
Omar A. Troutman, Ph.D., NCC, LPC, LPCS (Lexington, SC)
Offering LPC supervision statewide through a HIPPA compliant tele-medicine platform, Dr. Troutman is a Board-Certified Counselor who earned his Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision and his Ed.S. with a focus in Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of South Carolina. Over the course of his professional career, he has worked with children in residential care, college students, students with psychiatric/learning disabilities, children/adolescents and their families in state mental health, and adults both locally and on various continents by way of distance counseling. His specialties include work with the LGBTQQIA population, family systems, multicultural considerations in counseling, advocacy and critical issues in counselor supervision & development. Supervisees who work with Dr. Troutman can expect a balanced approach to supervision which is comprised of not only practice considerations but also career development.
Beth Wilson LPC (Clover, Rock Hill, York, Ft. Mill & Lake Wylie, SC)
Dr. Beth Wilson is the founder of Thrive Family Services LLC in Clover, SC. She is a licensed professional counselor in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor Candidate in South Carolina. In addition, she is a certified trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapist. With a doctorate in Psychology and a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, Dr. Beth has 15 years of experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She favors an eclectic approach to therapy, using techniques most suited to each individual such as behavioral modification, cognitive behavioral therapy, strength-based approaches, trauma-focused treatment, and dialectical behavioral interventions, among others.