Jennifer is a licensed mental health counselor and a nationally certified counselor. Jennifer holds a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Ph.D candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision. Jennifer has experience working with children, couples, adults, and families concerning a variety of mental health and social issues including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship conflicts, and trauma related disorders. Jennifer also has experience providing consulting and program evaluation services to organizations to promote personnel health and wellness regarding stress management and team building. Jennifer is also Contributing Faculty for Walden University's Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. Jennifer currently teaches Psychopharmacology for the program. Jennifer utilizes a cognitive behavioral and solution-focused approach to provide practical and empowering solutions to clients and organizations regarding their health and wellness needs. Additionally, Jennifer implements a person centered and humanistic approach to tailor to the unique needs of clients.
Becky Anderson was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She obtained her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in biblical studies, as well as in child and family studies in 2011, and a M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2013 from Lee University in Tennessee. Becky obtained her License in Marriage and Family Therapy in the state of Tennessee in 2016 and is currently pursuing licensure in the state of Delaware. Due to her Latino background, Becky has had opportunities to serve the Latino community. She enjoys working with couples, individuals, and groups. Throughout her time working, Becky has seen a wide range of couples, mostly focusing on premarital counseling, infidelity cases, and marriage enrichment and maintenance. Becky has treated individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma/PTSD, stress, and grief amongst a few others. Becky’s focus on groups is typically related to self-care, relaxation/mindfulness, and coping skills.
Amma is a licensed clinical social worker with a passionate commitment for helping others make positive changes in their lives. She received her bachelor’s degree in public health, and her master’s degree in social work both from Delaware State University. Her primary passions are helping individuals work through their problems and issues utilizing positive self-talk, mindfulness and grounding. She believes establishing a strong therapeutic rapport with her clients fosters a trusting, collaborative relationship in which clients begin to overcome their obstacles, developing positive coping skills, and achieve their goals.
Amma has an enormous amount of knowledge ranging from mental health, and substance abuse disorders.Utilizing the strengths based approach with a combination of cognitive behavior therapy, she believes negative thought patterns, and schemas can be easily changed. Her approach views each client differently, in order to develop individualized interventions that encourage growth, and increase well-being.
With experience working in settings such as a prison, hospitals, and schools, Amma is able to work with many different populations, ages, and ethnic backgrounds. She understands the fear, and nervousness related to beginning therapy. She is here to create an environment in which you feel safe, respected and comfortable.
Monique is a professional mental health counselor who prides herself in creating a warm, supportive, and safe environment for individuals struggling with their mental health. No matter the concern, it’s important to Monique for clients to know that she is on the journey with them and that together, they will work through life’s challenges. Monique received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands. According to Monique, it’s essential for clients to know that counseling is about them and that “it’s ok to not be ok.” Monique’s non-judgmental and compassionate approach allows creates opportunity to put herself in her clients’ shoes to understand their worldview. Additionally, she seeks to understand clients’ best hopes for counseling as a means of helping them get the most out of their therapeutic journey. Monique believes that counseling is a collaborative effort between the therapist and client, and when both parties work in alliance with one another; the path is set for positive outcomes. Regardless of race or socioeconomic status, Monique is eager to work with: individuals, couples, and groups. When working with clients, Monique utilizes person centered, cognitive behavioral, and humanistic modalities. Furthermore, she approaches every client uniquely and implements techniques tailored to individual needs. Monique has experience working with clients in the out-patient behavioral health and hospital settings. She can work with a diverse range of populations, ages, and ethnicities. She has experience working with a range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, legal issues, and substance use. Monique believes that if a person has the appropriate tools that they can overcome any challenge and is eager to give others the necessary tools to create a healthier life.
Christina Woodson is a mental health counselor and doctoral candidate. Christina is deeply committed to supporting at-risk youth and adults in their pursuit of personal growth and transformation.
Christina has experience working with clients facing anxiety, depression, and navigating stressful circumstances. She employs techniques grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to empower her clients with effective coping strategies and help them reframe negative thought and behavioral patterns. She also implements a person-centered approach to establish deep connections with her clients, creating an environment characterized by trust, empowerment, and positive transformation.
Christina's mission is rooted in the firm belief that every individual deserves the opportunity to "GET MORE, DO MORE, HAVE MORE" across all aspects of life. Her dedication lies in facilitating their journey towards these aspirations while fostering a process of healing and growth.
Kelle Plucker is an experienced professional counselor with over 10 years of competent abilities working with individuals and their families both individually and in group settings. Kelle provides a supportive safe environment to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, and making positive changes. Kelle received her master’s degree in Secondary School Counseling from Wilmington College in 2005. She has worked with individuals with a wide range of ages and concerns including drug and alcohol dependency concerns, trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and ASD. Kelle’s counseling style is collaborative, and client centered empowering others to make positive change. She believes in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. Kelle’s biopsychosocial approach to counseling is a holistic approach and combines cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, psychodynamic and rational-emotive counseling.
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Asmaa is a Nationally Certified Counselor with experience working with adolescents from various backgrounds and with a variety of mental health struggles including anxiety, depression, substance use, eating disorders, low self-esteem, and identity exploration. Asmaa recently obtained her master’s degree from West Chester University and completed her graduate-level internship conducting group and individual therapy with Center for Families’ partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. She is passionate about working with individuals who hail from all walks of life. As a person who belongs to multiple cultural groups and has been exposed to multiple others, Asmaa values learning about her clients’ backgrounds and cultures and believes they play an integral part in their therapeutic journeys.
Asmaa utilizes techniques from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) amongst other therapeutic approaches. She believes that everyone comes into the therapeutic space with their own strengths and aims to provide a judgment free space where individuals can safely explore and recognize their strength and resilience.