Meet Our Staff - The Refuge Center for CounselingThe Refuge Center for Counseling | Franklin, TN
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This is why she counts it a blessing to be a part of The Refuge Center. Anna has been married for 3 years and has 1 rescue dog, Buddy. Barbara moved from Baltimore, MD in to Southern California to work with The A21 Campaign, a global anti human trafficking organization, where she discovered and began cultivating her desire to work with trauma survivors. Barbara was also involved in curriculum development alongside her program director to develop various minors within the counseling program.
Barbara integrates a number of therapeutic models and strives to tailor them to the needs of each individual client.
Most importantly, she is passionate about walking alongside others in their most difficult moments to help bring a renewed sense of hope and healing to those she has the privilege of working with. Beth strongly believes in the power of relational healing. She works with individuals, couples and families, to help them identify and heal the wounds they have. Beth uses an integrated approach that is molded to the client but is rooted in attachment theory, weaving in aspects of narrative therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, emotionally-focused therapy, and other modalities.
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She earned a B. Her passion is to provide a safe and nurturing environment for the processing of grief, loss, and trauma for children and adults. She believes in creating a judgment free space where her clients can rediscover their sense of self and purpose. Her focus includes, but is not limited to helping clients manage anxiety, depression, anger, boundaries, and relationship issues. In her spare time, she enjoys running, meditating, singing, and reading.
As a member of the American Counseling Association and the Tennessee Counseling Association, she is dedicated to making the human experience both constructive and meaningful for her clients by creating a warm therapeutic environment in which they can experience growth and support. She incorporates multiple modalities of treatment into her practice to give each client a unique experience that meets their specific needs. She is passionate about working with individuals of all ages who are dealing with life transitions, identity, anxiety, and depression.
Outside of her time at The Refuge Center, Caitlin enjoys doing yoga, exploring the Tennessee mountains, listening to live music, cheering on the Dawgs, and spending time with friends and family. Caroline is passionate about helping individuals find balance and feels truly honored to be a part of a profession, and organization, in which individuals can receive the support and space necessary to experiencing life and relationship most fully.
Caroline uses an eclectic approach that integrates cognitive behavioral therapy with an emphasis on both attachment-based and existential therapies. In her free time, Caroline enjoys painting out in nature, burrowing into a good book, spending time with family, and concocting tasty treats in the kitchen.
Her passion is to work with couples to enable them to improve connection and intimacy through the use of Emotionally Focused Therapy. She also enjoys helping individuals who are struggling with difficult issues or want to be improve the quality of their marriage, friendships, or direction in life. She has also received specialized training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.
Carrie has been married for 15 years and has 3 children. She enjoys doing vinyasa yoga, creating plant-based recipes, and spending time with her husband and kids. Catherine is trained in EMDR.
She is passionate about meeting her clients where they are in their pain and empowering them to a more fulfilling life. Free counseling services are provided at this location for adult victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or human trafficking. In the future, she hopes to specialize in working with children and adolescents because she is passionate about empowering them to be the best they can be and to live healthy, meaningful lives. The mission of The Refuge Center to make counseling services more available and affordable is what drew Catherine to working with The Refuge Center as an administrative assistant while in graduate school.
In her free time, Catherine enjoys practicing yoga, baking, and learning about health and nutrition.
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She also loves to swim and has coached swimming for the past 4 years. One of her favorite things to do is to spend quality time with family and friends, and she can often be found hanging out in local coffee shops. He received his undergraduate training at LaGrange College and holds a double major in Psychological Science and Sociology.
Daryn is a member of the American Counseling Association and Association of Psychological Science, and his internships have included pediatric forensic interviewing with abused children and both inpatient and outpatient therapy with adolescents and adults.
Daryn has also contributed to research studies in personality and individual differences at Emory University and Auburn University and currently holds a teaching fellowship in the Department of Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University.
Prior to college, Daryn devoted his time to working with humanitarian and disaster recovery organizations around the United States and in Haiti. His experiences ranged from sitting quietly with people who lost all physical possessions to partnering with NASA in space shuttle recovery efforts. His service allowed Daryn to encounter a variety of people, worldviews, and life experiences and laid a foundation for understanding that while our commonalities outweigh our differences, each person possesses a unique set of strengths worth understanding and expressing.
Daryn deeply values the privilege of joining with another person in pursuing growth, and he treats each relationship with honor and respect. He seeks to affirm each client for the courage to seek counseling and take that risk and desires each person to feel safe in being themselves. He takes time to work with each person in finding ways to exercise their strengths toward overcoming presenting challenges and pursuing a lifestyle of growth and fulfillment.
Debra knows the importance of counseling and works closely with therapists and other support systems. She believes a thorough evaluation is needed to determine if medication is indicated, and will then develop a treatment plan with the client. Debra earned her nursing degrees from Vanderbilt and was an Assistant Professor for over 25 years, in addition to practicing in many other different settings. She also enjoys travel and has been to all 50 states, being with her family, and doing anything outdoors- especially when the sun is out!
Elizabeth has helped individuals and families recover from adoption-related issues, childhood abuse, eating disorders, grief and loss, self-harm, sexual trauma, substance abuse, and unplanned pregnancies.
Elizabeth believes relationship is the pathway to change and transformation. She enjoys helping clients journey toward healing and wholeness by building greater compassion for self, connection with others, and God, if so desired. Elizabeth believes the mind, body, and spirit are intimately connected and operates from an integrative approach relying on Attachment-Based Interventions, Internal Family Systems Model, Systems and Strength-Based approaches and elements of the Spiritual Root System and the Enneagram.
Elizabeth is an advocate against human trafficking and spends time educating the community and leading a trauma resiliency group for survivors in the Nashville area.
In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys reading at coffee shops, yoga classes, traveling, and quality time with family and friends.
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She views herself as a collaborator, advocate, and nurturer in the counseling relationship. Elizabeth seeks opportunities to better support and empower clients on their journey towards a more hopeful, healthier life. As part of a collaborative partnership, Elizabeth also provides counseling services for staff at the Hope Family Health clinic in Westmoreland, TN.
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She received a B. She is interested in walking with individuals, couples, and adult families on their journey toward connection, love, and wholeness.
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This is also how she sees the amazing opportunity she has to work with clients at The Refuge Center. Emma believes we were not built to struggle alone, but instead, we were made to be in authentic relationship with God, our own selves, and others. She is honored to walk beside clients through whatever storms have come their way. She believes genuine connection begins in the context of the counseling relationship.
Emma utilizes a person-centered approach, along with Gestalt therapy, with the belief that awareness is the first step toward lasting change. Emma is passionate to work with those who are dealing with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, chronic illness, and more. She has received training in play therapy and will happily bring creative techniques into session if a client of any age desires.
Emma is passionate about holistic health, with the understanding that true healing occurs when the mind, body, spirit, and soul are treated as one instead of separate components.
She also enjoys long walks outdoors, reading, and cherished time spent with family and friends. She believes that every individual is capable of growth and change in order to experience the fullest life that each of us is created for.
Hannah desires to work alongside families, especially with adolescents, young children, and elderly clients who are experiencing grief, loss, and other transitions. Hannah is interested in working alongside children and adults who are struggling with depression, identity, transitions, relationship and family issues, trauma, and navigating different stages of life. She also enjoys trying new recipes in her kitchen and tasting new ice cream flavors with her husband. John Milazo of Milazo law P.
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