Jennifer Locklear founded Lewisville Family Counseling, PLLC in January 2012 and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy. Jennifer is currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients including children ages 6 and up, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups. Among her areas of expertise are cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety; yoga for emotional health, breathing, and meditation; mindfulness; Gottman method couples counseling; substance abuse and addiction; grief counseling; parenting support; and counseling for behavioral issues. Jennifer also has an interest in spirituality and, if a client chooses, can integrate spirituality into the counseling experience.
Sarah MacReynolds is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in individual, couples, and group therapy with adolescents and adults. She joined the practice of Lewisville Family Counseling in January of 2016. Sarah believes that achieving a well-balanced life is crucial to a healthy mind and body. She focuses her treatment on helping individuals, couples, and families find balance in their lives. She also believes in accepting clients where they are in their journey and focusing treatment on their own unique treatment goals. She uses a variety of interventions, focusing heavily on cognitive behavioral techniques, motivational interviewing, and behavior modification. Her goal for treatment is to help clients learn concrete, practical tools to help in their everyday struggles through feedback and behavioral techniques. Sarah is also happy to integrate spirituality into treatment at the client’s request.
Emily Compton is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in North Carolina who works with children age 8 and up, teens, and adults. Emily is passionate about working with individuals who have eating disorders. She has an eclectic therapeutic style and pulls from a variety of evidence-based practices including dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and family based therapy. Upon graduating from graduate school, Emily began working with individuals who have a diagnosis of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and various psychotic disorders. Emily has also worked with individuals who have physical and developmental disabilities and their families. Emily believes in a collaborative and strengths-based approach to treatment and enjoys helping patients to describe their experiences in a unique and non-judgmental manner as they move toward recovery.
Arianne "J’Nae" Broadnax is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina. J’Nae works with children as young as 3 to adolescents 17 years of age and has worked with individuals who have mental health diagnoses such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use Disorders. She has experience with individual, group and family counseling when the identified client is a child. J’Nae brings warmth, passion, creativity, as well, astute clinical skills into the counseling relationship. She believes that all clients possess unique God given gifts and can access these tools within themselves to achieve wellness.
Robyn Noftle is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in North Carolina and works with adolescents and adults, ages 12 and up, at Lewisville Family Counseling. Robyn has experience working with individuals with a variety of mental and emotional issues, including: anxiety disorders, panic attacks, depression, maternal mental health, life changes, school/work problems, self-harm, and relationship issues. She primarily utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), but also pulls from other approaches such as solution-focused therapy, systems theory, mindfulness, and strengths-based approaches.
Gabriella Drouillard-Moser is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate. She works with individual adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups. Gabriella works with all couples (LGBTQIAP affirming) in all phases of their relationship to bridge the gap in communication that can result in a fractured marriage or relationship. She also specializes in group therapy, especially in treating addiction. Gabriella believes that group therapy can be incredibly influential in recovery especially for adolescents. Gabriella also offers career counseling from the lens of a counselor and the lens of a woman who was in the business sector for her first career. Gabriella uses a wide variety of interventions including cognitive behavioral, mindfulness-based, strength based, family systems and attachment therapies as well as Gottman. She believes in meeting a client where they are and using the treatment best fit for that individual. Gabriella is also open to integrate spirituality into counseling sessions upon client request.
Kelly Poehailos is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate who serves children, adolescents, and adults, with a special interest in trauma and maternal mental health. She is passionate about helping clients flourish by providing a safe and empathetic environment to grow and heal within their own life journey. Kelly has experience working with anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, grief, trauma, and women’s/maternal mental health issues. She is certified in EMDR Level 1 and 2 and has an eclectic approach using a variety of evidence- based practices including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Approach, Gestalt Therapy, Attachment Based Therapy and other trauma based therapies. Kelly believes in the integrated view of the human person, mind, body, and soul, and that each person is called to flourish and hope. If a client chooses, she is open to provide Christ- centered care upon request.
Kervins Clement is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate in North Carolina. He sees adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He is currently working towards his PhD at UNCG. Kervins has experience working with a variety of mental and emotional challenges, such as addiction, relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, depression, guilt, shame, and family conflict. He also specializes in Sex and Love Addiction. Kervins has a passion for helping individuals and couples live their best lives. Counseling can be one step towards creating that full, authentic life, and Kervins would love to join you on that journey.
Tina Chu is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of North Carolina who works with children, adolescents, and adults, ages 7-21, incorporating family counseling as needed. She enjoys working alongside each individual to navigate through the various struggles that life may bring. She is supportive and empathetic to the needs of all of her clients and understands that everyone is unique and different in their own way. She meets each individual where they are and at a pace that is comfortable for them. She believes the most important part of the therapeutic process is establishing a strong relationship, built on trust and honesty. Tina has experience working with those who have difficulties with a wide range of symptoms related but not limited to anxiety, depression, ADHD, low self-esteem, life changes, school problems, and defiance. Her approach is person-centered and strengths-based. She focuses on self-empowerment towards healing and resilience. Tina utilizes components of CBT, DBT, MI, Mindfulness, Play Therapy, Music and Art Therapy in her sessions.
Melissa Griswold is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works primarily with adults. using multiple therapy interventions to address each client's individual needs, her specialties lie in treating depression, anxiety, grief, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, unhealthy eating patterns and self image, trauma, and life changes and transitions. Melissa's passion is working with adults of all ages who are wanting to take a deeper dive in exploring themselves, their relationships and attachment to others, and/or navigating new chapters and changes in their lives. She is also working towards full certification in Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy. Her experience ranges from working as a school based therapist to serving nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Melissa fosters a warm, open hearted therapy experience to work along side of patients to identify social, physical, emotional, spiritual, and personal goals that break down barriers to achieving healing and joy.
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Nkecha Rucker is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in North Carolina. She serves clients from 9 years of age to adults in individual and group settings. She works with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, trauma, and grief. Her primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Based Therapy (CBT) and Solution-Focused Therapy. She brings many years of experience in the field of education as a Special Education Teacher, Instructional Coach and Professional Development Specialist, and specializes in secondary/post-secondary transitions (academic and mental health) and learning disabilities. Nkecha believes in servant leadership and reflective practice. She has a passion for supporting others in their journey towards self-discovery and leading more purposeful and meaningful lives.
Tanya Depetris is a Graduate Counseling Intern who works with adolescents ages 12 and up, teens, adults, couples, and families. Tanya has experience with individual, family, and couples counseling. She has worked with individuals who have mental health diagnoses such as depression, stress and trauma related disorders, anxiety, and mood disorders, as well as with individuals, families, and couples who are experiencing interpersonal or intrapersonal difficulties. Tanya brings empathy, compassion, and a growth mindset to the counseling relationship. She believes that all clients are capable of change and is passionate about helping her clients challenge themselves to become the best version of themselves.
Kim Freeman works as Lewisville Family Counseling's Office Manager. Kim brings over 30 years of medical experience to our practice. Kim works closely with our clients and counselors and is happy to help answer any questions you may have.
Kim can be contacted at [email protected] or at 336-945-0137.
Denise Hunt is Lewisville Family Counseling's Insurance Specialist. Denise partners with our counselors and clients to work through the complexities of health insurance. Whether you are a current client or are exploring counseling options, if you have questions about your insurance coverage, Denise can work with you to help you understand the process and determine what your health insurance says about your coverage.
Denise can be contacted at [email protected]
Sherrie Turner is Lewisville Family Counseling's Administrative Assistant. Sherrie works closely between our counselors and our clients to facilitate the process of scheduling new clients and to provide assistance to our current clients when needed. Her goal is to help match each client with the most appropriate counselor for his/her unique situation, and she strives to make it as easy as possible to take the first step and schedule that first appointment.
Sherrie can be contacted at [email protected] or at 336-945-0137.
Jamie Haas is a Graduate Counseling Practicum Student who woks with the adolescent and adult clients beginning at the age of 11. She works with individual clients as well as families. Jamie brings empathy, and a growth-mindset to the therapeutic setting, believing the most important aspect is building a strong foundational relationship. She is passionate about guiding her clients in a motivational direction in order to be the best versions of themselves. Jamie utilizes a person-centered and psychoanalytic approach. Her goal through this approach is to assist clients in maneuvering life changes, school and social problems, low self-esteem, and general mental health concerns. She is willing to incorporate faith and spirituality within sessions upon client request.