Stephen Ellis, Ph.D
Licensed Christian Counselor
109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673
Family dynamics and other environmental influences play a significant role in shaping a child's perspective of how they look at life. The most significant brain development of a person occurs in the first 6 years of life. We provide a temperament profile that shows how these various influences in the early stages of brain development affect a child's behavior. It also gives information as to how a child may react or respond to certain situations.
Endora Crawford, Ph.D.
Dilworth, Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Over the past 15 years, I have had success with helping children who have experienced social challenges and/or trauma overcome and live a iife free of anger and sadness. I have helped parents learn to manage their child's challenging behaviors to include: tantrums, aggression, disruptive behaviors, and anxiety; and feel empowered with the necessary skills to raise a healthy child.
Christy Cole, MA, LPCA
Professional Counseling Associate
18805 W. Catawba Ave. , Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
When kids are going through a rough time such as difficulties at school, family issues, divorce, feelings of being sad or overwhelmed, suffers a chronic illness, or is dealing with trauma, grief/loss of a parent or friend therapy is a support tool at a vital time in their life. If you seek family therapy or therapy for your adolescent, please contact me.
Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Matthews NC 28105
For child therapy I highly recommend my colleague Stephanie Roofner,MA,LPCA. Stephanie is a Licensed Professional Counseling Associate specializing in helping children and teens overcome crises and difficult life transitions. She does this through interactive modalities including games, toys, arts and crafts, music, and storytelling. Stephanie applies these interactive techniques to working with families, adults, and couples to overcome relationship issues, self-estself-esteem and identity issues, anxiety, depression, addiction, and trauma. To learn more about Stephanie go to www.Agapechristiancounseling.org and click her staff page bio or call (704) 849-0144 or Stephanie.Roofner@ncagape.org