When you contact us, our intake staff will do a brief screening to ensure you are connected with the most appropriate clinician. This screen will allow you to ask us questions about our approach and get a feel for our compatibility. After we answer any questions you may have, we will explain fees and set expectations for setting the foundation of treatment. If you feel it’s a good fit we will schedule the initial appointment. If you feel it’s not a good fit, we are happy to support you with a referral based on the privileged information you have shared with us.
If you would like to schedule an appointment or have questions, please contact Tonga
Newsome at extension 1.
ext 1: Tonga Newsome
ext 2: Sydney Estes
ext 3: Amanda Enlow
ext 4: Alycia Toohey • LMFT
ext 5: Victor D Kidd • LMSW
ext 6: Aldi Gaines • LPC
ext 7: Shannon Dervay • LPC
ext 8: Amber Tolbert • Owner, LCSW
ext 9: Kim Wilson • Ph.D., LMFT
Angel Oak Tree
The Angel Oak Tree is native to South Carolina. This tree is on John’s Island in South Carolina near Charleston and is over 1000 years old.
Angel Oak has withstood floods, droughts, fires, and hurricanes.
This tree holds great meaning and symbolism for me. It represents ‘our story’, heritage, generational patterns, scars, and mistakes. Learning to love ourselves and accepting our own story is essential in the journey of healing.
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