Crystal Hollinger has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Norfolk State University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently a Licensed Resident in Social Work and working towards licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Work under the supervision of Ms. Philisha Woodard LCSW and Leyana Overstreet Stevenson LCSW. Crystal has a solid foundation in therapeutic techniques and evidence-based practices. Her approach to therapy is eclectic, using evidence-based techniques that have been proven to help with specific problems and adapting her approach to each client’s unique needs and treatment goals. She most often uses interventions from various therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Humanistic Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Solution-Focused amongst others. She creates a safe and supportive space for her clients to explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences, utilizing a person-centered, empathetic, non-judgmental approach.
Jacquaila has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Norfolk State University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Jacquaila is currently in supervision under Philisha Woodard, LCSW, and is well on her way to becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Jacquaila has extensive experience working with diverse individuals, including adolescents, adults with intellectual and developmental delays, and veterans with military-related PTSD, and trauma. This experience has equipped her with the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to provide effective and compassionate support to individuals from all walks of life. Jacquaila's clients have characterized her as welcoming, consistent, optimistic, and skilled in active listening. She strives to establish a secure and non-judgmental environment that facilitates the therapeutic relationship and helps clients achieve their goals. In addition to her work as a mental health therapist, she enjoys engaging with nature, traveling, reading, thrift shopping, and spending time with loved ones.
Shannon graduated with her BA degree in Psychology in 1993 from the University of South Florida. In 2020, she embarked on a second MA degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Liberty University and is currently an intern preparing for graduation in 2024. Shannon has experience working with adolescents and adults, with depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation, and she uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She specializes in serving clients who need support with a variety of issues including depression and anxiety, work and career problems, addictions and recovery, bullying, schizophrenia, PTSD, and Acute Stress Disorder.