Counseling Staff

Our counselors are Licensed Professional Counselors specializing in a variety of areas including abuse, trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, same-sex attraction, marital conflict, eating disorders, trauma, and anger management. Whether the counseling needs are for an adolescent or adult, a man or a woman, or a couple or family, our counselors are equipped and committed to work with you. Learn more about them individually below.



Lianne Johnson, LPC

approach

Lianne works with individuals and couples dealing with
relational issues as well as premarital, depression, postpartum
depression, anxiety, boundaries, couples in crisis (separation, divorce,
communication with kids, etc.), domestic violence, self-image/identity,
parenting, and anger issues.

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Jonathan Hart, LPC

approach

Jonathan provides individual and couples counseling to
adults and adolescents working with relationship issues. This includes
abuse, marriage and pre-marital counseling, anger management, and men’s
issues.

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Courtney Hollingsworth, LPC

approach

Courtney works with adults and adolescents, with a
variety of issues relating to depression, grief and loss, anxiety,
family of origin issues, abuse, anger, boundaries, identity and
self-image, coping with raising children with special needs, and
relationship struggles.

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Andy Gear, LPC

approach

Andy works closely with adults, couples, and teenagers
dealing with issues relating to sexual addiction, anxiety, anger,
depression, abuse and trauma, grief and loss, marriage and family,
identity, relationships, and self-image.

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Kim Hammans, PLPC

approach

Kim works with women, couples, children, and families,
providing counseling on topics related to anxiety, depression, fertility
issues, postpartum depression, parenting, understanding mental
illnesses, grief, spiritual issues, family histories and building
stronger relationships.

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Frank Theus, PLPC

approach

Frank provides counseling to adults at any stage of life,
particularly veterans, adult survivors of childhood sex abuse, clergy,
and emergency responders who struggle with anger, anxiety, grief,
addiction, abuse and other experiences of trauma that affect current
relationships and sense of well-being.

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Melinda Seley, PLPC

approach

Melinda works with adults and teenagers dealing with
issues related to eating disorders, depression, self-image, anxiety,
grief and loss, family-of-origin, marital conflict, perfectionism, and
anger.

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