Clinicians

Clinicians

Tiffany Austin, MA, LCMHCA

Tiffany Austin, MA, LCMHCA

Tiffany sees individuals throughout the lifespan beginning at 3 years old. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in the state of North Carolina. She graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling.

Amelia Giller, MA, LCMHCA, NCC

Amelia Giller, MA, LCMHCA, NCC

Amelia is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate for Central Psych Charlotte in the state of North Carolina.  She is a graduate of the Master of Arts of Christian Counseling Program at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary—Charlotte.

Latrelle Rogers, M.A., BCBA

Latrelle Rogers, M.A., BCBA

Latrelle is currently working on her second Masters degree and is supervised by Dr. Glori Gray. She is offering her services at a reduced rate of $50 per session

Dr. Kelly Breen Boyce, Psy.D.

Dr. Kelly Breen Boyce, Psy.D.

Psychodynamic and psychoanalytic theories offer a comprehensive understanding of human nature. As opposed to other models that try to solve a particular problem or target symptoms, psychoanalysis gets to the heart of the matter. I provide therapy that addresses the whole person, helping the individual to develop inner capacities that can improve relationships as well as foster a richer, more meaningful life.

Heather Durham, MA, LCMHCA

Heather Durham, MA, LCMHCA

My aim is to create an environment marked by authenticity and acceptance, where clients feel the freedom, to be honest, come as they are, and explore whatever struggles they may be facing. In the context of a meaningful therapeutic relationship, clients can come to a greater understanding of self, work through relational difficulties, traumatic life events, and ongoing sources of stress.

Dr. Nicole French, Psy.D.

Dr. Nicole French, Psy.D.

Dr. French sees adults and couples, diverse in ethnicity, religious identification, social class, gender, and sexuality. She collaborates with men and women interested in cultivating curiosity about their experience of themselves (mind and body) and desiring deeper felt connections with others.

Shannon Miller, MA, LCMHCA

Shannon Miller, MA, LCMHCA

I appreciate an insight-oriented approach to counseling. This approach seeks to help us as individuals understand some of our underlying motivations concerning why we “act” the way we do.

Kimberly D. Williams, NCC, LCMHCA

Kimberly D. Williams, NCC, LCMHCA

For many of life’s issues, it is helpful to understand what the underlying origin of the problem is in order to facilitate healing. I use the psychodynamic approach to counseling as a means to assist clients with understanding themselves more deeply.

Dr. Glori Gray, PsyD

Dr. Glori Gray, PsyD

As a licensed psychologist, I work with families to capitalize on strengths. My training as a generalist in clinical psychology and health psychology has afforded me experiences in a wide range of issues including anxiety, neurodevelopmental needs such as autism spectrum, dyslexia, and ADHD, as well as more severe concerns such as trauma.