CHATTANOOGA, TN – (September 12, 2013)
The Henegar/CBI Counseling Center, a part of Richmont Graduate University, is pleased to announce the additions of two new counselors to its clinical staff.
- Jane Neall, recently graduated with a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling and brings a wealth of life experience to her work as a counselor. Her personal journey as a nurse, wife, mother, and cancer survivor uniquely equips her to serve clients throughout Chattanooga. Jane summarizes her approach to counseling saying, “I use an interpersonal process approach to therapy which means I understand current problems through the lens of personal history, patterns of thinking and relational style, but focus the therapy on current behavior and relationships. I use some cognitive behavioral therapy approaches and solution-focused approaches when appropriate.”
- Ryan Thompson, began his training at Richmont in Atlanta before going to George Fox University where he completed a Psy.D. He is now a licensed psychologist and joins the Henegar/CBI Counseling Center from Hatch’s House of Hope in Chattanooga. He is a well-trained and experienced in psychological assessment, particularly cognitive functioning, and will provide counseling services to adults and children. He is also near certification as a trainer in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and will provide this important service to families as well as teaching other clinicians and interns the skills of PCIT. Dr. Thompson is also an adjunct professor at Richmont and will now serve as a member of the Clinical Faculty.
“Henegar/CBI Counseling Center continues to be blessed by God’s “parade of providence” in bringing such wonderful counselors to our staff,” said CBI Director and Richmont faculty member, Dr. Tim Sisemore. “I am very thankful for the superior quality of clinicians we have gathered here.”
About the Henegar/CBI Counseling Center:
For more than 30 years, CBI has offered a broad range of counseling and psychological services to the Chattanooga community. Pursuing the highest professional standards, CBI remains true to the Christian tradition of faith and caring. On average, licensed psychologists, marriage and family therapists, counselors, and insured student interns provide approximately 1,400 client sessions per month.
As CBI’s fiscal agent, Richmont Graduate University has campuses in Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Richmont offers master’s-level training in counseling to help individuals, families and groups successfully confront life’s challenges. Presently, students pursue master’s degrees in: Professional Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Ministry, and Psychological Studies as well as specializations in addictions, child and adolescent therapy, sex therapy, spirituality and counseling, and trauma counseling.
Currently, these two new Henegar/CBI counselors are currently taking new clients. Scheduling information can be obtained by calling 423-756-2894 or by visiting: www.cbicounseling.com. Open five days a week, the counseling center’s physical address is: 1815 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404.