Jessica Ramey, M.Ed., LPC/MHSP/S, NCC
Jessica earned both a Master of Education in Human Development Counseling and a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt University. Practicing since 2011, she specializes in person-centered, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral therapy, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, life transitions, relationships, and LGBTQQIA. She accepts Optum/UBH/UHC, Beacon, Cigna, Magellan, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Mutual of Omaha, Health Advocate, CorpCare EAP, R3 Continuum, out of network, HSA/FSA, and private pay. She will be starting LGBT groups, as well as groups oriented to grief, depression, and anxiety. Outside interests include reading, playing tennis, and video games.
Hannah Biggs, MA
Hannah is a master’s level counselor who received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University, and is currently working towards LPC/MHSP licensure. Hannah believes that life can be a messy journey and that we all need a little help along the way. She is passionate about providing a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. She believes that everyone has the potential to heal and grow, and she is committed to helping her clients reach their full potential. Hannah has experience working with individuals dealing with a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, interpersonal conflict, and difficult life transitions. She takes a collaborative and person-centered approach to counseling, and she utilizes a variety of evidence-based techniques, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness-based practices. If you are looking for a therapist who can help you navigate life’s challenges and facilitate growth, Hannah would be honored to walk alongside you on your journey. In her spare time, Hannah enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, reading anything fantasy related, and exploring the diverse and delicious food scene in South Nashville. Hannah is available for in-person and telehealth sessions with adolescents, teens, and adults for individual and couples counseling. She accepts Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Kiona Coleman, MA
Kiona holds a dual Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Psychology from Tennessee State University, Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Belmont University, and is now working towards LPC/MHSP licensure. Kiona often thinks of the quote that “emotional wellbeing is just as important to us as breathing…” as a reminder to never put our mental health last. She is extremely supportive with her clients by showing unconditional positive regard and has developed a significant amount of passion for helping others cope with internal and external stressors. She has a background of working with diverse populations and age groups from children to adults both individually and in couples/family modalities. Kiona aims to help clients develop alternative, positive ways of thinking to improve and gain control of their own life. Kiona approaches are Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Play/Art Therapy, Person-Centered approaches, and Solution-Focused. Kiona has years of experience with anxiety, depression, family/couples issues, personal growth, grief, substance use, traumatic experiences, and other related concerns. She is currently accepting children, teens, and adults for individual, family, and couples sessions. She accepts Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $100/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $70.
Taylor Durham, M.Ed.
Taylor received her undergraduate degree in Human Development from Samford University and continued her education at The University of Montevallo where she earned her Master’s in Counseling. She is currently engaged in supervision while working towards her LPC/MHSP license. Taylor works collaboratively with clients to come up with a course of treatment that is fitting for each individual. As a therapist, she aims to be her clients biggest advocate while compassionately challenging them to grow. She shows up to each session with genuine, honest, and direct support. Taylor is passionate about helping others gain a better understanding of themselves as well as self confidence in their everyday lives. Taylor has worked with individuals experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, and those in recovery. Taylor enjoys working with teens and adults. She is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Stewart Everett, PhD, LPC/MHSP (temp)
Stewart’s background and training span the fields of psychology, counseling, religion, and spirituality. He holds degrees in religion from Belmont and Yale Universities, the PhD in psychology and religion from Union Theological Seminary in New York (affiliate of Columbia University), and a masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University. His interests are in helping people struggling with religious trauma and/or abuse, spiritual issues of all kinds (whether one is religious or non-religious), sexual and gender identity/expression, challenges and transitions in career, relationships, and anxiety, grief, and depression. He also has a special heart for young adults on their path to self-discovery as well as for individuals working in the helping professions who may be experiencing exhaustion and burnout. Currently in the LPC-MHSP licensure process in the state of Tennessee, Stewart utilizes an eclectic theoretical approach to therapy, which includes client-centered, psychodynamic, and solution-focused modalities, and strongly believes therapy should always be a collaborative effort between client and therapist. On a personal note, Stewart values the sentiment expressed by the legendary Dolly Parton: “Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” He sees adults 18 years and up, individuals and couples, and can schedule sessions either in person or through telehealth. Stewart accepts Cigna and Aetna insurance, EAP referrals, HSA/FSA clients, and private pay starting at $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Dustin Harryman, MA
Dustin earned his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from East Tennessee State University and is currently working towards licensure as an LPC-MHSP. He has experience working with a wide variety of populations and values the diversity and individuality that make us all unique. Growing up in rural Tennessee, Dustin discovered a passion for helping others and working to destigmatize mental health and addiction. Dustin values collaborative relationships in counseling and believes that a strong therapeutic relationship will lead to treatment that is both flexible and personalized to every client’s needs. Dustin utilizes Adlerian and Person-Centered techniques in order to explore the systems and events that influence our perception of the world as well as our place in it. He also uses techniques from other theoretical orientations, such as Solution-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) when they are enriching to the client experience. Dustin works with adults and adolescents age 13 or older. Historically he has experience working with trauma, anxiety, depression, and addiction and he is looking forward to broadening the scope of his practice and working with clients facing a wide variety of struggles who are motivated to take the next steps in their therapeutic journey. He accepts Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. His private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Alesia Jones, MA
Alesia received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University. She’s always had a passion for helping others, especially as it relates to Mental Health. Alesia has been connected to the Mental Health field for over 12 years. She’s volunteered and worked in a variety of capacities to help others reach their own level of healthiness. She’s helped families create new routines and boundaries. She’s guided those suffering from addiction by identifying roots and establishing new behaviors. She’s also aided individuals to learn more about themselves by addressing trauma and the role that it’s played in their life. Alesia believes that everyone has the ability to live a meaningful life despite diagnoses. She works with adolescents and adults. Alesia specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is passionate about client centered therapy. She believes clients are the experts of their life and wants to witness clients living freely on their journey. In her spare time she enjoys reading, trying new recipes, and spending time with loved ones. Alesia is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $100/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $70. She hopes to speak with you soon!
Kevin Khye MA
Kevin (He/Him) has earned his Master of Professional Counseling from Liberty University and is currently serving as a pre-licensed counselor, working toward licensure as an LPC-MHSP. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, he is someone who has a first-hand understanding of how important it is to have guidance through a personal journey of self-discovery and transformation. He capitalizes on providing compassionate support to those he helps in therapy, empowering you to create solutions for your life so you can take charge and write your story. Many times we just need someone to help us see what we already have within ourselves, the strength to change and the bravery to stir up growth. As Brene Brown said, “There is nothing more daring than showing up, putting ourselves out there, and letting ourselves be seen.” His style of counseling is a blend of person-centered therapy, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Kevin has training in PCIT (parent-child interaction therapy) and trauma-focused training as well as extensive experience in working with children and teens. He has helped adults, children and teens who are navigating grief and loss, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, trauma, and behavioral issues in addition to facilitating groups for transgender youth and their parents. In his spare time, he enjoys spending quality time with loved ones, going on walks, watching fantasy and anime movies and series, and reading. He is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. His private-pay fee is $100/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $70.
Brandon Macon, MS
Brandon received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Sewanee: University of the South and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lipscomb University. Growing up, he was told that the psychological field was not a field fit for an African American male. Brandon strives to discourage these stereotypes and encourages everyone, regardless of their race and/or gender to reach out for psychological services. Brandon believes in challenging unhealthy/irrational thoughts and beliefs while employing unconditional positive regard and empathy. He specializes in mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, solution-focused therapy; working with anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, mood and personality disorders, life transitions and stress. Brandon is available for in-person sessions with adolescents, teens, and adults. He is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. His private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Nicoletta Montgomery, MA, LPC/MHSP (temp)
Nicoletta holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Jackson State University in Jackson, MS and a Master’s in Counseling Education from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She has 19 years of experience in counseling in Michigan and Tennessee. Her experience includes in-home counseling, community outreach counseling, and state-mandated counseling. For 10 years, she conducted crisis counseling with an emphasis on suicide prevention. Nicoletta’s philosophy of counseling can be summed up in Shakespeare’s quote, “We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” This is because her primary objective in counseling is helping individuals flourish and enjoy a positive well-being. Nicoletta has additional training in working with persons with Down’s Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Her therapeutic approaches include positive counseling, client-centered counseling, mindfulness, existential therapy to name a few. Her practice specializes in working with clients 6 years old and up. Nicoletta’s personal enjoyment includes reading, traveling, the arts, and spending time with family. Nicoletta is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $100/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $70.
Dorothy Reinagel, PhD
Dorothy (she/her) received a Master’s Degree in 2007 and PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2017, from Alliant International University. Dorothy understands how difficult that first step into a therapist’s office can be so she strives to provide a non-judgmental and genuine atmosphere for clients to grow. Dorothy values Carl Roger’s idea of therapy expressed in the quote: “Am I living in a way which is deeply satisfying to me, and which truly expresses me?”. Dorothy has been working in a variety of mental health capacities since 2006. Dorothy uses evidence based practices such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Humanistic Therapy/Person Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Seeking Safety, Art Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Applied Behavioral Analysis and Mental Health Education. Dorothy has broad experience providing child, adolescent, individual, group, family, and couples therapy. Dorothy is an LGBTQ+ ally, is sex-positive, and accepting of all clients from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Dorothy accepts Cigna and Aetna insurance, EAP referrals, HSA/FSA and Private Pay. Her private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60. Dorothy loves the ocean, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Christina Smith, MS
Christina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Tennessee State University. She received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lipscomb University. Christina is passionate about empowering others and destigmatizing mental health in the African American community. She has worked in integrative health clinics helping clients improve their overall quality of life. She’s worked with adolescents, depression, anxiety, addictions, Phase of life, and Trauma. Christina specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered and Mindfulness Interventions. One of her favorite quotes is by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. “A mind that is stretched by new experiences can never go back to its old dimensions.” In her spare time she enjoys hiking, bike riding, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Christina is currently accepting clients 13 and older for individual, family, and couples sessions. She accepts Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $90/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $60.
Daylin Taylor, MA, LPC/MHSP (temp)
Daylin received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She also holds a graduate certificate in Human Sexuality from the New Earth Institute at Southwestern College, and is trained to work with a wide variety of sexual issues as well as LGBTQIA+. She has seven years of experience in community-based and residential mental health settings, and has worked with a wide variety of ages and cultural backgrounds. Daylin is passionate about decreasing stigma surrounding sexuality and gender issues, and is available to work with both individuals and couples. Daylin’s speciality is sex and relationship therapy, and she has experience working with members of both the kink and polyamory/non-monogamy communities as well as survivors of sexual trauma. Her clinical approach is client-centered, sex positive, and attachment-based, incorporating aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, trauma-informed interventions, and expressive therapeutic techniques. Daylin is currently accepting Aetna, Cigna and private pay as well as HSA/FSA clients. Her private-pay fee is $110/session, with some limited sliding scale slots starting at $80. In her spare time, Daylin enjoys tending to her indoor jungle, arts and crafts, and spending time with her partner and fur-babies.
Jason Adams, LPC/MHSP
Jason received his Masters Degree in Community Counseling from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2006. For over 14 years as a Licensed Professional Counselor-Mental Health Service Provider, Jason has worked in numerous capacities in the mental health field. Jason began his career working with children in state custody (ages 12-17) where he engaged in individual, family and group therapy. After 7 years working with children in state’s custody, Jason moved to an outpatient setting where he worked with children and adults (ages 12 to 75) using individual, couple’s and family therapy modalities. Jason is skilled in the use of emotional focused therapy, mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, grief and existential related issues. Jason believes the therapeutic relationship can be a powerful tool for healing. Jason believes in a collaborative, person-centered approach to therapy. Jason works to help individuals, couples and families identify, face and heal areas of their lives preventing them from living authentic and healthy lives. Jason is also trained in the use of TFCBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and has extensive experience working with substance use disorders. Jason works with children, adolescents, and adults in individual and couple’s family therapy. Jason is currently accepting Aetna, out-of-network, HSA/FSA, and private pay clients.
Matthew Andrews, LCSW
Matthew received his Bachelor of Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University and his Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Tennessee with 8 years of clinical experience. Matthew’s previous experience includes both inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment settings. He has training and experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and trauma informed approaches. He has extensive experience treating individuals with substance use disorders, autism, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, OCD, ADHD and depressive disorders. Matthew works with both individuals and couples, primarily working with adults ages 18 and above. Matthew strives to make therapy a collaborative and compassionate experience. Matthew does telehealth and in-person counseling sessions. He is currently accepting Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Optum/UBH/UHC, out-of-network, select EAPs, HSA/FSA, and private pay clients.
Aimee Isenberg, PhD, LPC/MHSP/S
Aimee Isenberg is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Mental Health Service provider status (LPC/MHSP) in the state of Tennessee. Aimee earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University and a PhD from Trevecca Nazarene University in Clinical Counseling: Supervision and Education. She is also a Tennessee approved licensure supervisor for those pursuing their LPC/MHSP. Aimee has been providing therapeutic services since 2007. Aimee enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families but has a special passion for working with adolescents and their caregivers. Aimee has experience working with a variety of clinical concerns including relational issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, career transitions, and parenting needs. Aimee most often utilizes the following approaches in session: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT) and is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Aimee strives to form strong rapport with her clients, identify mutual goals, and walk alongside them as they navigate towards healthier, more effective living. Aimee accepts Cigna/Evernorth/Confide, Magellan, Aetna, Value Options/Beacon/Carelon, UHC/UBH/UMR, Mutual of Omaha, R3 Continuum, out of network, HSA, and private pay clients.In addition to her work at Cedar Tree Wellness Center, Aimee is a full-time assistant professor in a local Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. In her free time, Aimee loves spending time with her husband, son, and dog, going on dinner dates with friends, exploring new places, and finding effective ways to keep her life organized.
Frances “Beth” Jones, LPC/MHSP, MAC
Beth has earned a Master of Professional Counseling from Argosy University and a Master of Psychology with an addiction focus from Capella University. She has been practicing for 10 years in outpatient, residential, and inpatient settings specializing in treating clients with mental health and substance abuse issues. Beth has training and experience in working with individuals, families, and groups. She is skilled in cognitive behavioral and solution-focused therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief-related issues. In addition to her license, Beth holds a Master Addiction Counselor certification. She accepts Aetna, Beacon/Value Options, Cigna, Magellan, Optum/UBH/UHC, BCBS, Health Advocate, Mutual of Omaha, R3 Continuum, CorpCare EAP, out-of-network, HSA/FSA, and private pay clients. Helping others is her second career in life following 28 years in the engineering and information technology field. Outside of work, Beth greatly enjoys spending time with her four-year-old granddaughter, who calls her “Gigi.”