My name is Cassandra R. Brown. I have a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Tampa College and a Master of Social Work from Alabama A&M University. I am certified as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with my Private Independent Practice Certification in Social Case Work and Clinical Practice. The first 17 years of my social work career was spent working in the child welfare system. Much of my work centered around working with youth in the Independent Living Program (ILP). Working with this population was challenging, but rewarding. The next 5 years have been spent working with the Behavioral Health patients in a hospital setting. Here, my focus has been the geriatric population suffering from major neurocognitive disorder. In this position, I have also been afforded the opportunity to advise social work students and provide clinical supervision to Master level social workers. It is my sincere hope that my years of experience will allow me the chance to provide sound, competent and genuine counseling services to the community in need.
My name is Sherry Jackson.
At some point in our lives, we all need help adjusting to the changes life brings about. My passion is helping clients who face adversity find healthy perspectives to incorporate into their everyday lives. I aim to help clients develop and strengthen relationships. This is an important factor as having and developing relationships is an intricate but essential part of life. It is my goal to help clients cultivate serenity in their lives. My counseling approach combines a person centered, solution focused, and strengths based outlook. All with the ending goal to focus on the individual need of each client and assist each client facing challenges develop the tools needed to resolve conflict and cope.
My name is Lanetta Harper. I have an Associate Degree of Art in Psychology from Lawson State Community College, before earning a bachelor’s degree of Science in Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Obtained a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University, a CACREP accredited university in 2019.
Following graduation, Mrs. Harper worked with an underserved population within the maximum-security prison system including inmates on death row, provided counseling and community resources in substance abuse and early recovery. Following residency, she began practicing at Avail Counseling Services and there began the first parenting and development group in 2018 for Medicaid and DHR referred families. During that time, she expanded her expertise from child/adolescent to adults and children with special needs. In addition, Mrs. Harper volunteers her time as an advocate working with organizations to bring about social change for women, children and the LGBTQ community. Mrs. Harper continues to work closely with an at-risk multicultural population and continues to provide services in a community-based setting.
Mrs. Harper is available for adult, adolescents 5-years of age and older, and family counseling for those who are experiencing challenges. Mrs. Harper has a broad range of clinical interests and primarily works with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues and disordered personality development. She has a special interest in working with minorities to overcome the emotional trauma of inequality. Joining L.O.L counseling, she is continuing to develop her clinical skill set assisting in increasing the clientele’s quality of life through integrated counseling.
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