Our Counselors in Wilmington, Jacksonville, and Morehead City, NC
The counselors and therepists at Agape Counseling are here to help you. Whether your strugging with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or just you just feel a little off – our lisenced counselors want the best for you. You can schedule an appointment for any of our locations in Wilmington, Jacksonville, or Morehead City, NC or using our Telehealth service no matter your location. You are important, and we’re here to help.
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.
Alicia is a NC Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Nationally Certified Counselor serving in the Morehead City office. As a wife and mother, she is particularly passionate about healthy families and relationships. She serves children, teens, women, couples, and families through professional, evidence-based counseling built on the foundation of a Biblical worldview.
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.
Jamie M. Getz
Jamie believes that strong relationships and informed choices lead to contentment and peace in one’s life. She offers a non-judgemental, supportive, and understanding environment to work through changes, hardships, transitions and the impact of traumatic events.
Jamie works to help individuals recognize the importance of communicating effectively in relationships and making meaningful decisions. She has been licensed since 2005 as a licensed professional counselor and has extensive experience in child and adolescent mental health, as well as parenting, family systems, and healing from trauma. Jamie is an advocate for children, mental wellness, education, and spiritual wellness. She uses creative interventions and cognitive behavioral therapy to help her clients synchronize their thoughts, feelings, and actions. Jamie hopes to help clients find peace and purpose in their lives and restore hope.
MS, LPCA, NCC
Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Jennifer believes in being a safe place for clients, offering encouragement and a listening ear. Her perspective is one of no judgment. She offers peace, caring, warmth, empathy, and understanding. Her mission is to help people find further freedom and find solutions where they feel stuck. Jennifer is driven by the passion to draw people closer to their identities and fulfill their ultimate purposes.
MS, LPC, LCAS (Morehead City Office Only)
Very few of us escape life’s stressors and hardships. Sometime it seems too overwhelming and too much to handle without help. You may find yourself turning to destructive behaviors, maybe drugs, self harm or other unfavorable habits and hang ups. You may be struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, loss , chronic illness, an addiction.
I began my career as a Registered nurse in the early 1980’s. I had a desire to help people in their weakest moments and worst situations since for as long as I can remember. I worked on the behavioral health unit of a large hospital for many years working with many different patients, diagnosis and treatment modalities. I later ended up in the school system as a school nurse case manager, While doing that I realized I wanted to be a therapist because the majority of my days were spent doing counseling. I loved working with teenagers, adults and families. I went back to college in my late 40’s and obtained my masters in counseling, substance abuse counseling and vocational evaluation. As a therapist I am holistic (mind, body and spirit). I use CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) (talk therapy that changes the way we think) I also use a strength based approach, as well as an intuitive approach. My goal is to provide encouragement, guidance and support. I would like to see you go from surviving to thriving. I love to help people brainstorm and problem solve When that is not possible, I will “sit with” whatever you are struggling with and together we will go thru it and figure it out.
MS, LPCA, NCC
Lisa is dedicated to providing a safe, trusting, and nonjudgmental environment. She enjoys her work with children, teens, families, and couples. Lisa is driven by her passion to help others discover their potential by using individualized methods that fit the needs of those she works with. She believes that couples can get lost in day-to-day activities losing track of each others needs. She enjoys helping couples learn new skills that can help them reconnect and learn to navigate life stages together. Lisa also believes children and teens are faced with many societal pressures that can be challenging for adults to understand. She works collaboratively to discover healthy communication that can benefit families. She is dedicated to building healthy relationships for families, couples, and individuals as well as working with individuals to strengthen positive coping skills to manage mental health and promote wellness.
Randi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate with the desire to serve others through a nonjudgmental and supportive therapeutic relationship and to meet you in the season of life you are currently experiencing. Therapy can be a scary step to take, but Randi’s warm, welcoming, and empathic approach allows the opportunity for change for all clients to include individuals, families, and couples. She has experience working with children who have experienced childhood trauma along with their families, teens that have been hospitalized in a residential setting, married and dating couples, as well as individuals struggling with life’s stressors. Randi is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) and is driven by her passion to serve others
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.
Counseling for You and Your Issues
Social Media for Teens
Military Couples Counseling
Pre Marriage Counseling
Divorce and Separation
Children and Teens
Depression and Anxiety
Work Life Balance
Boundaries in Relationships
Life Transitions and the Aging
Postpartum Depression and Perinatal Mood Disorder in Women
Counseling for Military