Jon Harris received his training and Master’s degree in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Jon is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator for premarital counseling and has been trained in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, a mode of therapy grounded in Adult Attachment Theory. Jon’s philosophy of therapy is integrative, meaning that he seeks to combine what he can learn from the field of counseling and psychology with a Biblical world view. Jon sees himself as a counselor serving hurting and disconnected people so that they may experience more wholeness and reconciliation in their relationship with self, others and with God. The main focus of Jon’s practice is working with adults and couples with a particular passion for marriages and men’s issues. Jon is married to Heather and they have 5 boys.
Lyn received her Master's degree and training from Psychological Studies Institute (now Richmont Graduate University in Chattanooga). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Mental Health Service Provider for the state of Tennessee. She is also a National Certified Counselor and member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Lyn works with individual adults, and is experienced in a wide range of issues including conflict resolution, trauma, abuse, domestic violence and mood disorders. Lyn and her husband, Skip, have four children and five grandchildren.
Sound familiar? You appear to “have it all together” and fear if anyone knew how hard you were working, how inadequate you felt, or how you truly see yourself, it would all unravel. You're worried one more thing on your plate would send you into a crisis, and you already feel like you're drowning in overwhelming thoughts & feelings. You're creative & resourceful at finding ways to cope with the stressors of life, but these methods ultimately make things worse in the long run. Maybe this shows up as depression, anxiety, “never good enough” feelings, perfectionism, unhealthy eating patterns, overachieving, people-pleasing or avoiding.
I would be honored to walk alongside you in a collaborative relationship towards lasting change. I guide my clients in processing unresolved trauma & attachment patterns, gaining a repertoire of adaptive, less problematic coping methods, identifying values and barriers to living within them, exploring relational dynamics and growing in interpersonal skills.
If this is you, I am proud you have taken the first step in accepting help. My passion is helping you understand the relationship between your story of the past & how you are functioning in life today, and moving toward a rich, full and meaningful life according to your values. Pain in life is to be expected -- continued suffering does not have be the norm.
NOTE: As of Jan. 2021, Jessica Moore is not accepting new clients. Please feel free to schedule with another of our therapists!
Jessica Moore has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for 11 years. She is a graduate of UTC with a degree in Social Work and has a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Lee University.
She has worked with adoptions, women issues, anxiety, depression, and stress dealing with life transitions. She has experience working with children, adolescence and adults. Jessica is the mother of three young children and loves the outdoors hiking, kayaking and enjoying God's creation.
She believes in the family systems and that everyone has a purpose not only in their family but in the family of God.
Paul Laskowske received his Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from Richmont Graduate University in Chattanooga, and is pursuing MFT state licensure in Tennessee.
Paul helps people who have lost their way get reconnected--to God, to spouse or family, to themselves and their own dreams and goals. He works with missionaries or children of missionaries wrestling with cultural identity and stress; with families struggling through addiction or other issues creating distance among those they love; and with individuals pursuing the soul healing God offers from the wounds of emotional brokenness.
Paul is continuing to learn Gottman Method Therapy for working with couples, and has an eclectic approach with individuals that integrates interpersonal, narrative, and solution-focused elements with his Christian worldview. He and his wife Rachel enjoy board games, the outdoors, and staying connected with friends and family around the world.
Hillary Mossburg received a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with a certificate in trauma counseling from Richmont Graduate University. She is currently pursuing dual licensure in marriage and family therapy and professional counseling. She enjoys working with children (4-12 yrs), adolescents (13-18 yrs.), adults (including 65 and up), and families. She utilizes and integrative approach to therapy and takes a trauma-informed, family systems perspective.
Hillary has experience working with the following issues: childhood behavioral disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression, relational/interpersonal issues, spirituality issues, self-esteem, grief and loss, adjustment and phase of life issues. She is also passionate about working with caregivers, especially caregivers and families caring for loved ones with dementia.
Hillary believes that all individuals are worthy to be known and enjoys getting to know about the uniqueness of each individual and family in a safe therapeutic environment. She strives to build trust, help identify realistic goals, develop practical coping skills in the hope that each client will be able to live a more fulfilling life. Hillary would consider it a great joy to join you wherever you are in your journey and walk with you towards healing.
Ken received his Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and has expressed his own commitment to serving others through a successful career as a Professional Firefighter. He also serves as an elder in the Presbyterian Church in America. Ken has a passion for personal finance and coming alongside individuals and couples to better manage life circumstances, reduce indebtedness, improve stewardship and accomplish their personal financial goals. He also facilitates a variety of courses in financial literacy. He believes financial best practices grounded in Scripture result in personal peace and a more deliberate life of service to others. Ken and his wife Ryan have been married since 2003 and have four children.
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