iTherapyRX counselors know the importance of Spirit as a part of our existence, what it means and how it relates to our whole being. Our counselors can help those that seeking an understanding or looking for a balance in life.
Our counselors have been trained in the various aspects of spirit. They can help those that seeking an understanding, looking for a balance in life or establishing and maintaining relationships with those we work with, live with and loved ones we care for.
Jade Mazarin is a Board Certified Christian Counselor with a Masters of Arts in counseling from Richmont Graduate University, a school that approaches mental health from both a psychological and spiritual perspective. She enjoys teaching practical tools for health along with sharing the hope that comes from God. Jade believes that every challenge can be an opportunity to find greater peace and joy, and she encourages us to know that whether for ourselves or our loved ones, real change is always possible.
Jade counsels adults and adolescents with compassion, understanding and encouragement. She also has a background in leading small groups, teaching classes and writing on emotional health and spiritual growth. While treating a variety of issues, some of her specializations include: self esteem and self care, worry and stress, releasing unhealthy attachments, boundaries, guilt, relationships, codependency, faith development and spiritual direction.
Jade places importance in examining what we do (and think) that works for us and what we do that doesn’t. She seeks to replace false beliefs with truths, to bring insights and understanding, and to provide specific direction into a better future. Jade meets individuals where they are and feels honored to walk with them into wholeness.
Believing that God can provide a greater help, Jade incorporates Scripture verses, spiritual discussions and prayer when it is of interest. She enjoys communicating the true nature of God, in ways that help us absorb it more deeply. She focuses on God’s unconditional love, investment in our hearts and power to create change; while also delving into His positive view of us and good desires for our life. Jade believes in being authentic and sharing what God has taught (and continues to teach) her personally, when it is applicable. She asks for His guidance and presence in her counseling and puts great emphasis on the value of prayer.
While many come to Jade for a combined approach of psychology and spirituality, some come with a desire to focus solely on mental well being, and others with the desire to focus solely on their relationship with God. Jade considers us whole beings. She believes that improvement in the mind or spirit will have an affect on the rest of us as well. She also recognizes that the body has an influence on the mind, and when it is desired, Jade will give advice regarding physical care and natural treatments that can benefit the mind and emotions.
Lee has served as a United Methodist pastor and youth and family counselor for the past twenty years. He has counseled children, adolescents, adults, and families in private and group settings inside and outside of the church.
Lee has served as a United Methodist pastor and youth and family counselor for the past twenty years. He has counseled children, adolescents, adults, and families in private and group settings inside and outside of the church. Through counseling a variety of family configurations and orientations, he views families as distinct organic networks with unique challenges and strengths to build upon. As a pastoral counselor, he walks with people as they struggle with who they are, why they feel the way they do, and where God is. When families are at an unfamiliar place in life, he helps sort out what they can control, what they cannot change, and how to know the difference. His base belief is that you can absolutely do nothing to make God love you any more or any less and it is our role as humans to live in peaceful connection with God and those God has put us in community with.
Lee received his undergraduate degree in English from the University of Mississippi and obtained his Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky. Lee has been married for 14 years and has four children ages 5-13 years old.
Rebecca Overcash has served the last seventeen years working in family ministry with an emphasis in children and youth ministry. Becky has a strong vision of what a healthy, balanced family looks like in the midst of today’s fast-paced society. She offers hope, encouragement, and authenticity in her relationships with her clients.
Rebecca places a strong emphasis on spiritual growth and development and believes it is personal, intimate, and unique. She understands that growth is not measured in allotted time, nor can we accurately compare ourselves to others. Faith and spiritual maturity is an ongoing process. The process is one that gives Becky a great amount of satisfaction as she works with individuals and families. When relationships begin to build, she believes that together you can explore and discover things about yourself that will challenge you to step outside of your comfort zone. Partnering in this unique time together will also allow you to see God’s grace, the Word of God, and His love for you in the most amazing ways. God brings peace and order to our lives and to our relationships with each other. He does not bring chaos and turmoil. One of the highlights of Becky’s call to ministry has been to expose the heart of God in such a way under His guidance that you might begin to see Him as the source of true intimate companionship, strength, healing, and joy in all areas of your lives. She believes we have been given the most incredible gift. That gift is life. The greater gift is acknowledging Christ as the center core of our very being and existence.
Becky graduated from the American Paralegal Institute of Atlanta in 1990. She felt the strong call to ministry several years after and has continued her studies in Religion and Psychology since entering ministry. She has worked in family ministry and as Director of Christian Education and Children and Youth Ministry for the past seventeen years in the United Methodist Church and the Lutheran ELCA.
I am a Board Certified Life Coach, specializing in individual, relationship, couples, and retirement coaching. I work with anyone looking to CHANGE and replace long-held beliefs about themselves, relationships, and opportunities with new passion and purpose.
People seek the help of a professional coach because they want to change something—something in their relationships, something in their careers, something in their communications, something they are conflicted about or grieving, something that is holding them back from achieving a lifelong dream or that is keeping their self-esteem low. They are ready to identify what relational, situational or emotional challenges they are facing.
Throughout my 30 years as practicing psychotherapist, I have helped people understand why they are who they are—their past and present. As a life coach, I am drawing on my experience to help people become who they want to be—their future. In coaching, we explore, together, what you think, perceive and experience that leads to your decisions and behavior. Together, we discover YOUR best solutions and outcomes.
I work with individuals and couples and also with Baby Boomers on the edge of retirement get from the work they’ve always done to the work they’ve always wanted to do.
I received my coaching certification through Coach Training Alliance, which is accredited through the International Coach Federation, and received the Board Certification through the National Board of Certified Counselors (for those who hold an advanced degree in a behavioral science).
The best way to see if coaching is a fit for you is to sign up for a complimentary session. I look forward to talking with you!
As a licensed-eligible marriage and family therapist, I have therapeutic experience working with children, adolescents, couples, and adults. I work with individuals, couples, and families to accomplish treatment goals.
Amanda is a marriage and family therapist with a Master’s Degree from the University of Connecticut. She has provided counseling to clients in the areas of spirituality, self-help, stress reduction, relaxation, meditation, and mindfulness.
She is currently received her post-graduate school certificate in the field of Holistic Sexuality Education and Therapy. Amanda works to educate, enlighten, and therefore, enrich the lives of the clients that she works with. She has worked with numerous clients from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds to provide them with the spiritual guidance that best suits their needs. She has been trained in her graduate program to notice her own experiences and how that can shape and impact the clients she works with. Therefore, she constantly checking in with her clients to ensure that they are getting their treatment goals met.
Sherry is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in North Carolina, has a Master’s in Professional Counseling through Liberty University, Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and Special Education through Nova University, and certification in Biblical counseling through NANC. Sherry taught special education for 18 years in a public school and currently works as a therapist with a private agency. Sherry uses a Biblically-based approach and personalized counseling techniques that integrate Christian faith, beliefs, and values into personal choices and lifelong change.
Sherry rededicated her life to the Lord in 2000 and began training as a Nouthetic counselor with the desire to counsel within the church. Sherry began creating a crisis assistance team for her local church with the anticipation of connecting churches and communities in times of crisis. To help further this project, she began training with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team as a Chaplain in 2007 and began training as a crisis responder in 2010. Sherry enjoys taking part as a crisis responder and incorporating God’s Word into counseling.
“During times of stress, loss, and uncertainty, we sometimes find it necessary to seek assistance to help get us back on track. Incorporating God’s Word into counseling helps bring about positive change that gets us back on track. In acknowledging that we are all sinners and in need of God’s grace, we can walk together as God’s children to provide encouragement, comfort and strength to overcome life’s obstacles. Through the guidance of prayer and the Holy Spirit, Christian counseling uses God’s truths to break through strongholds and misbeliefs that keep us from enjoying relationships with God and each other.
The goal of counseling is to bring about positive change in our hearts and thoughts. Past experiences can influence present thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. The evidence of true change is the change in our thoughts that produces change in our actions. Incorporating God’s Word and principles into our lives brings about a healthy, Godly change in both thoughts and actions. This change also includes a well roundedness and balance of social, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
When counseling, you can expect to be treated with value for who you are as a person. You can expect to be respected for your experiences, background, culture, and ethnicity. Through counseling, you can expect to be part of and take part in the direction and distance of your recovery and restoration. Together, we can share this journey.”