Branna received her undergraduate and master’s in social work from the University of South Carolina. Branna has years of experience in helping clients in times of crisis. Branna has worked Read More
many years as a full-time oncology social worker where she has counseled children and adults through chronic illnesses, loss, depression, and grief.
Branna’s clinical interests include treating patients with chronic illness, anxiety, depression, trauma, women’s issues including postpartum depression/anxiety.
Thais DeaneMSW, LISW-CP
Thais received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Barry University in Florida. Thais is a Board-Certified Social Worker by the National Association of Social Workers. Thais is clinically licensed Read More
and provides services to children, teenagers, and adults. Thais’ approaches are client driven but she specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her experience includes treating Depression, Anxiety, Grief, Women’s issues, life transitions and Adjustment Disorder.
Olivia WardMA, LPC
Olivia is a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her education from Winthrop University. She has a Master of education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She also carries licensure Read More
through the State of North Carolina and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She has many years of experience working with children/adolescents and their families. She also has worked with the Geriatic population. She utilizes a diverse set of treatment approaches but is firmly grounded in family systems work. She utilizes Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as EMDR in her work with others. She has worked in a variety of settings including schools and outpatient community mental health. In addition, she has worked closely with court systems in South Carolina and has worked with at-risk youth over the years. A veteran herself, she is passionate about working with this population and has received training in working with first responders. Her areas of expertise include: grief and loss, trauma, life transitions, anxiety, co-parenting, and children’s mental health.
Specialties: Trauma, Family Systems, co-parenting, Anxiety, and Child and Adolescent Therapy.
Tina OutlawMSW, LISW-CP
Tina received her education from The University of Georgia and The University Of South Carolina. She has a bachelor’s in General Social Work and Master of Science in Clinical Social Work. She not only Read More
carries licensure through the State of South Carolina, but also West Virginia as an LISW-CP! She has 28 years of experience working with women, children/adolescents, and their families. She also has worked with the Military and their families both Veteran and Active Duty. She utilizes a diverse set of treatment approaches but is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Experiential Therapy. She utilizes Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as EMDR, Tapping and Somatic technique in her work with others. She has worked in a variety of settings including setting up school-based counseling programs and outpatient community mental health. In addition, she has worked closely with DJJ, Pee Dee community domestic violence coalition, Ft. Jackson MACH hospital, Military Family advocacy and has worked with at-risk youth and Domestic Violence Response Teams. Her areas of expertise include trauma, career coaching, grief and loss, , life transitions, anxiety, women ans. She has a post graduate certification in trauma work with all populations from the International Trauma Training Center. She is also certified via EGALA in Equine Assisted psychotherapy.
Specialties: Trauma, Women’s Empowerment, Anxiety, and Child and Adolescent issues including Asperger’s Trauma informed CBT