Our Clinicians

Troy Peverall

LPCS, LCAS, CCS

Troy is dedicated to Excellent Marriage Health! His passion to help married couples find intimacy and success towards better communication; and his fight against men’s sexual addiction and pornography addiction makes Troy a true warrior! His practice is founded on the belief that true health and restoration can be found by anyone who is willing to work hard and stay dedicated. Troy is a requested seminar presenter on Pornography Addiction Awareness as well as a North Carolina Licensed Supervisor for new graduates entering the field.

Angela Keith

LPC, LCAS, CMCC

Angela’s practice is dedicated to helping people in a nonjudgmental and supportive environment. She is gentle and nurturing in her therapeutic approach. Angela assists individuals with regaining their confidence and self love after trauma, life uncertainties or transitions. Angela primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT). She specializes in couples counseling, divorce and separation adjustment, grief counseling, codependency, women’s issues and abandonment issues with children and adults.

Carolyn Hewett

MSW, LCSW

Carolyn is all about promoting recovery especially through difficult issues like trauma and abuse. She excels in providing support for families by helping to guide parents and children through tough issues by taking a look at behavioral modification. This helps to achieve successful outcomes in family relationships.  Carolyn’s heart is also for those who walk the road of depression and anxiety being able to offer encouragement  through fitness and excercise as an alternative to medication when appropriate.   As an extension to her practice, Carolyn offers therapeutic mediation through counseling in an effort to strengthen marriages and save broken families.

Jacqueline Demarest

MA, LPC, LCAS

Jacqueline is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate.  Jacqueline has extensive training in Christian counseling, motivational interviewing, group counseling, and cognitive behavioral therapy. With previous positions as a clinician at a detoxification center and a methadone clinic, Jacqueline has an expertise in substance abuse counseling and co-occuring disorders, specifically anxiety and depression. Jacqueline has a passion and commitment to helping others achieve a healthy life that is free from mental health struggles and the bondage of addiction. She believes in a holistic approach to therapy, which looks at an individual’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.  Jacqueline enjoys working with individuals, couples, children and teenagers.

Jennifer Lilly

MS, LPCA, NCC

Jennifer loves being a counselor and helping people find further wholeness of body, soul, and spirit. Jennifer especially enjoys working with women and men to feel empowered in their relationships and careers. She also likes working with moms and helping them find balance and security in their families.

Jennifer also has a HUGE heart for young people and is gifted in helping them find their identities and strengths. She likes to teach youth strategies to help them find success in their relationships with friends and family. Jennifer also likes connecting youth and their families to their communities.  Jennifer has worked with high-risk children and adolescents as well as parents seeking parenting strategies.

Lauren Hill

MS, LPCA, LCAS, NCC

Lauren believes in helping her clients live healthier and happier lives mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually!  She is passionate about helping those who struggle with eating disorders and body image concerns, and s a firm believer in the Health at Every Size approach to treatment.  Lauren strives to help clients find peace and contentment with themselves, no matter what the number on the scale says. Lauren’s experience also includes working with people who struggle with addiction, depression, anxiety, perinatal mood disorders, and trauma.  She believes in a holistic approach to counseling and integrates the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of the self into the counseling process.

Tara Belt

MA, LPCA, NCC

Tara seeks to create a warm and safe environment where clients experience freedom to share and honestly explore the struggles that they face. By providing a listening ear and a non-judgmental approach, Tara desires that each person who enters in will leave feeling heard, encouraged, and valued. Tara utilizes a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) (which explores the dynamics between one’s thoughts/feelings/and behaviors) and attachment theory (which explores relational patterns) to help clients gain insight and find tools to equip them on their journey toward healing. Tara works with children, college students, and adults to address a variety of issues. Tara aims to help those who are battling depression to find hope; those battling anxiety to find peace; and those experiencing life transitions to find guidance. Tara is also passionate about the healing of relationships, and she enjoys working with those who seek to strengthen or restore their parent-child relationships, marriages, or friendships.  Because of her experience as an expatriate, Tara is also uniquely qualified to provide care for missionaries and expats through Telehealth tools.

Wendy Laursen

MA, LPC, LCAS

Wendy has a foundational belief that every person has great worth! Her heart is seen in her positive, caring approach as she helps people take a closer look at self awareness. With her inspirational feedback, She helps people to identify and challenge beliefs they hold about themselves, others and their world. Her experience includes working with people who struggle with addiction, co-dependency, anxiety and depression. She strives to help couples became safe enough with one another to let down their walls and learn healthier ways of connecting with one another.

Issues We Can Help With

ADHD

Affairs

Anger Management

Bullying

Codependency

Communication

Conflict Resolution

Depression and Anxiety

Divorce and Seperation

 

Food Addictions

Internet Addictions

Life Transitions

Parenting Strategies

Pornography Addiction

Pre-marital Counseling

Relationship Boundaries

Self Esteem

Self Harm

Sexting

Sexual Intimacy

Social Media

Stress

Substance Abuse

Toxic Relationships

Transitions and the Aging

Trauma