Alexandra Baugh works with individuals and adolescents. She is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), a national certified counselor (NCC), and has experience working in residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care. Her passion is working with individuals who struggle with eating disorders, addiction, trauma, and identity issues, including symptoms such as depression, shame, anxiety, and avoidance. She takes a holistic approach to therapy that encompasses physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of each client. Alexandra has training in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy as well as a background in animal assisted therapy techniques... Read More
Mr. Mintz works with individuals, adolescents, and families. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with 35 years of experience. David is our anger management specialist with advanced training in trauma, adolescent and stress issues. He has specialty training in reality therapy, family communication, and identity issues...Read More
Dr. Paulk works with individuals. She is a licensed psychologist and has more than 20 years of experience offering therapy in many different settings. Over the years, she has come to relish working with individuals who are striving to overcome issues associated with recent or past trauma – symptoms such as stress, avoidance and overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression or worry. Dr. Paulk recently became certified as an advanced trauma specialist by The Trauma Center at the Justice Research Institute outside Boston, Massachusetts. The nine-month program was conducted by recognized experts in the field, including Bessel van der Kolk, M.D...Read More
Jennifer Bradley has over twenty years of experience as a therapist and has been licensed in Alabama since 2003.Jennifer provides individual and group therapy to children, youth, and adults and has worked most often with women and youth.Over her career as a therapist she has had the privilege of working in the fields of adoption counseling, college counseling, school counseling, residential youth care and in grief therapy, among others.She has experience in a variety of therapeutic settings including educational settings both college and high school, private practice, residential youth facilities and hospital inpatient and partial hospitalization programs.
Jennifer is an authentic and open therapist who has experienced her own struggles with anxiety and depression and has had great success with clients who are suffering with these same issues. Jennifer’s goal with all clients is to promote growth and assist with change that increases the clients quality of life. In therapy Jennifer is a proponent of teaching methods, techniques and strategies for effective coping and getting “unstuck”. Using insight and the synthesizing of both the immediate and the past personal issues Jennifer has the ability to understand quickly, pinpoint the issue, and provide therapeutic interventions that specifically target the need. Her philosophy is one where she believes firmly in a client’s ability to heal from any past trauma and grow. She is especially equipped in assisting clients in moving from hopelessness to hopefulness and increasing resilience and she considers it a privilege to be a part of such a powerful process.
Many of her clients have described her as warm, genuine, and highly empathetic. Jennifer believes that authenticity and connection with the client have made her a successful therapist. Personally, she has always helped people and describes how she operated her first “non-profit private practice” in the sixth grade. At recess her classmates would line up and she would provide advice, much like ‘Lucy” from the Peanuts comic. Jennifer loves her children, her pets, and her alma mater, The University of Montevallo.
Jennifer Reynolds is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Alabama. She is also licensed in Delaware and Georgia. She works with individuals, couples, and families. She has been practicing for over 10 years in an array of settings including, but not limited to, agency settings, in-home settings, residential treatment centers, and juvenile and adult justice settings. She has an eclectic therapeutic background that utilizes techniques from cognitive behavioral theories, client-centered theories, reality-based therapy, existential therapy, impact therapy, motivational interviewing, creative counseling theories, and psychoanalytic theories. All therapy is individualized, and the client is treated using person-centered treatment and not treatment out of a textbook. Jennifer brings her personality and authenticity to counseling so it feels genuine and most impactful for the individuals seen... Read More
Mrs. McAlpine works with individuals, couples, and groups. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor (LPC-S) with twenty- five years of experience. While Michelle is a cognitive behavioral therapist she draws from several counseling approaches to ensure appropriate, individualized therapy. Read More
Mrs. Turner works with couples, individuals, and families. She is a nationally certified counselor (NCC) and a counselor supervisor (LPC-S) who provides supervision to other counselors as they work to become licensed...Read More
Tim works with individuals, couples, and groups. He has worked extensively with substance use disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, depressive disorders, and personality disorders. His approach depends on the needs of each individual, but he has specialized training in Substance Abuse, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. His contributions to the field of substance abuse treatment span over twenty years, and Tim is well-educated on policies, trends, and research in counseling and addiction therapies. Finally, Tim has experience with military personnel and veterans...Read More
Taylor Noble works with individuals, couples, and families. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and has more than 30 years offering therapy in many different settings. Over the years she has come to relish working with individuals who are striving to overcome issues associated with Trauma - symptoms such as stress avoidance, hypervigilance, intrusive thoughts, anxiety, and depression. She also loves working with couples in need of premarital, marital therapy and individuals needing divorce recovery. Taylor has a seminary degree, and includes spiritual integration for those who specifically want this.
When not at work, Taylor enjoys the arts, cooking, and spending time with her adult sons, grandchildren, and friends. She also has a rescue fur baby/cat who is a member of the family... Read More