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Cynthia Lee


Cynthia received her BS in Sociology and M.Ed. in Community Counseling from Georgia Southern University.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Registered Play Therapist, National Certified Parent Coordinator, and a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. She has over 12 year years of comprehensive clinical experience in providing therapeutic services to children, adults, and families. She also works with clients in the areas of high-conflict divorce and effective parenting practices relating to single-parent, blended families, and two-parent families.  She offers therapy to couples in all stages of the relationship. As a trained facilitator of PREPARE/ENRICH, she offers pre-marital and relationship therapy. 

Cynthia is a registered play therapist passionate about treating simple or complex trauma in young children. She is also certified as a Collaborative Divorce Parent Coach and Child Specialist. In addition to being a parent coordinator, she is knowledgeable in family systems, parent-child relationships, parental alienation, and reunification therapy.  Cynthia has been appointed and testified in many court systems as a Guardian ad Litem and expert witness. When serving in the counselor role, she provides a non-judgmental and compassionate atmosphere in which clients can safely explore and work through feelings, thoughts, and beliefs as they stem from the conscious or unconscious part of the brain and often cause clients to get stuck in irrational thoughts. Cynthia is eclectic and offers an integrative approach to client-centered therapy, using traditional psycho-dynamic and family systems work, cognitive behavioral techniques, and cognitive processing therapy for trauma work.  She tempers the process with creativity, humor, practical solutions, and concrete goals. Cynthia offers faith-based therapy as an option in therapy as she feels her faith has played a big role in her personal growth and offers counseling services to people of every race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.

M.Ed., LPC

Destiny King

​Has life been weighing you down? Are there times when everything feels so overwhelming that you aren't sure what to do anymore? Come talk to me, and we can work together to become your best self. 

The best and most beneficial therapeutic relationships are those where the client and the therapist can work as a team to reach whatever goal the client has in mind. You are the expert on yourself and the things you want in life. Let me help you to reach those goals. 

I have been in counseling for 5 years now and have experience working in private practice, school settings, and organizational settings. I have experience working with children, teens, college students, and adults. I enjoy working with all races, genders, and sexual orientations. I have experience working with clients dealing with anxiety, depression, various mood and personality disorders, and marital issues as well. The area I would consider to be a specialty of mine is working with individuals who are healing from physical or sexual trauma.

I feel that each person is different, and as such, I like to use various therapeutic techniques tailored to the individual. I have extensive training in experiential techniques, CBT, client-based, holistic, and trauma-focused techniques. I also have received training in Gottman couples therapy and Prepare/Enrich to work with married couples to strengthen their relationships or couples who are looking for pre-marital counseling.

For those interested in my credentials, I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia Southern in 2013. I received my Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Valdosta State University in 2017. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Georgia and plan to become a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. I moved to Statesboro with my husband in 2017 and have fallen in love with the community here. Please feel free to reach out through email or over the phone to schedule an appointment with me! I cannot wait to work with you to become the best version of yourself. 

Kacey B. Gammon

LPC, CPCS, B.Sc(Psych), M.Ed.

Kacey B. Gammon is a seasoned counselor with over a decade of dedicated experience in mental health and addiction therapy. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor in Georgia. Kacey received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia Southern University in 2005 and a Master of Education with a concentration in Counselor Education in 2009.

Kacey worked many years in the field of addiction and has dedicated significant time and energy to supporting women who have experienced trauma. A hallmark of Kacey's approach to counseling is her unwavering dedication to meeting clients where they are in their journey and walking alongside them through the healing process. She possesses a rare combination of empathy, insight, and clinical expertise that enables her to establish genuine connections with her clients and empower them to take ownership of their mental health and well-being.

Casey Tomlinson

Casey Tomlinson is a dedicated professional currently on the path to obtaining his Counselor License in Georgia. A graduate with a psychology degree from Northern Arizona University in 2005, Casey's journey of service began when he joined the United States Marine Corps the same year. His tenure included a combat deployment to Afghanistan in 2009 with his infantry unit, culminating in an honorable discharge at the rank of Staff Sergeant. Casey's commitment to serving his country continued in law enforcement as a Community Outreach Officer before advancing his academic journey with a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University in 2023. His dedication to mental health is deeply rooted in personal and professional experiences.
Casey's rich background in working with Veteran Military and Law Enforcement populations, coupled with his connection to the neurodiverse community through personal family experiences, enriches his counseling practice. He is particularly adept at addressing addiction, PTSD, anxiety, and depression, utilizing a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach while emphasizing the importance of adapting his techniques to each individual's needs. This approach underscores his deep understanding of the complexities involved in mental health challenges.
Beyond his professional accolades, Casey is passionately committed to assisting clients through various life challenges, including anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem building, divorce, grief, and emotional regulation. He aims to equip clients with tools, education, empathy, and warmth, enabling them to rediscover their desired life perspectives. Casey's dedication extends to creating a safe and open space where individuals can express themselves freely and share their life experiences without fear.
A long-standing resident of Statesboro, Casey has lived in the area for the past decade alongside his family and plans to continue contributing to this community. Casey is a compassionate advocate for mental health, ready to guide his clients on their paths to healing and self-discovery.

B.Sc(Psych), M.C.

Olivia U. Egan 


Olivia is providing talk therapy to adults and older adolescents (16+) through a CBT lens via TELEHEALTH sessions at this time. She attended The University of Georgia for undergraduate and graduate school, finishing her master's in professional counseling in 2011. She spent five years in college counseling centers and continues to love working with college students and young adults as they make major career and relationship choices. She is also passionate about working with women through prenatal/postpartum/infertility and with caregivers to build a home environment of safety, trust, and confidence. She served as a foster parent in Bulloch County for several years and was a consultant with Babies Can't Wait, an early intervention program for ages 0-3, helping parents support children who have experienced trauma using strategies from Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI).

Olivia worked at Fresh Start Counseling from fall 2017 to fall 2021, when her family moved to Charleston, South Carolina. She is a certified PREPARE-ENRICH facilitator for couples and offers Christian faith-based counseling upon request. She is licensed in both Georgia and South Carolina, offering daytime telehealth sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at this time. She’s usually chasing after her preschoolers on days when she's not seeing clients.

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