Tami Grossens, LCSW/ACSW, CHt
Tami Grossens has a Master's degree in Social Work from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI. Tami graduated and began practicing in mental health in 2001 and since that time has had the pleasure to work with a variety of populations in varied settings. Tami feels that education is a process that never stops and takes every advantage to learn from each situation encountered.
Tami has extensive training in trauma and dissociation. Tami is passionate about ongoing understanding of how to help people with mental health concerns finding their most efficient path to wellness and back to the life they envision for themselves. It is this passion that fuels her ongoing education in the latest learning in neurobiology, trauma, dissociation, and how we learn.
Tami Grossens is a member of EMDRIA and a certified practicioner of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Tami is also an EMDRIA approved consultant. This approach has proven invaluable in the treatment of PTSD, anxiety, depression, and so much more.
Margaret Huss, MA, NCC, LPC, LCAS-A
Margaret Huss has a Master’s degree in Counselor Education from the University of Central Florida. Since she was licensed in 2003, she has had a wide range of experiences as a behavioral health provider in community mental health, public education as well as private practice. Margaret’s practice style is person-centered and she believes in her clients’ ability to both set and reach their goals. Margaret has a passion for working with adolescents, adults, couples and families. Some of the areas she can assist you with include Relationship Issues, Substance Abuse, Education/Occupation stress, Grief and Loss, Anxiety/Depression, Family conflict (divorce, parenting issues, blended families), and Changing Life Roles. As a former school counselor, Margaret is especially in tune with the struggles of students transitioning through their school years then making the transition to either a career, college or both. Margaret believes in the benefits of therapy and the resiliency of clients to develop the skills they need to feel in control of their emotions and to achieve their goals.
Allison Lane, MSW, LCSW
Allison is passionate about supporting women and children with complex needs including PTSD, birth trauma, grief and loss, relationship challenges, domestic violence, eating disorders, anxiety and depression. She is inspired by therapeutic work with adults and adolescents on the cusp of adulthood, coping with life transitions. Allison has worked with children and families since 2001, supporting families participating in early intervention support services, therapeutic foster care, and social services.
Jason Whisnant, MA, EdS, LPC
Jason Whisnant has a Master's degree in mental health counseling and Education Specialist from Gardner Webb University in Boiling Springs, NC in 2012. He has had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings since that time serving adults, adolescents and children with mental health and substance abuse concerns. He has experience in a variety of settings including school based day treatment, in home services, and outpatient services.
Danielle Cisney, LCMHCA
Danielle earned her Masters in Counseling with a concentration in Mental Health from Lenoir-Rhyne University. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. Danielle has a history in career counseling and Family Centered Treatment. Danielle works with individuals, couples, and families. She believes in using a person-centered and solution-focused approach to create achievable goals. Danielle uses approaches borrowed from play therapy and art therapy to develop a creative environment where problems are identified and solutions are crafted based on each person’s unique skill set. Danielle believes in using games and activities to process the world and develop new strategies for handling things life has thrown our way.
Laura Carson, LCSW
Laura graduated from University of Central Florida with a Bachelors of Science (BS) degree in Psychology and from Florida Atlantic University with a Master of Social Work (MSW). Laura has provided behavioral health services in outpatient community mental health, residential facilities, and assisted living facilities. Laura has been trained by the North Carolina Child Treatment Program in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidence based intervention for children and adolescents who have experienced trauma. As a residential clinician, Laura provided services for adolescents with problem sexual behaviors. While earning her MSW, Laura provided victim advocate services with Palm Beach County Victim Services for survivors of domestic violence and completed her clinical internship in the Counseling Center at Palm Beach State College. She has previously provided recreational therapy for children and adults utilizing equine assisted therapy and for adults living with Dementia in an assisted living facility. Laura values utilizing both her clinical and advocacy skills to best serve clients of all ages and backgrounds. Laura has previously completed research in the areas of social psychology and social justice. She has previously been privileged to serve as the Florida Atlantic University chapter president for Phi Alpha, the professional honor society for Social Work, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
August Ormand, LCSWA
August graduated with honors including Summa Cum Laude in various degrees such as Paralegal Technologies with dual certification in Family Law and Wills & Estates, a Bachelors in Social Work with Appalachian State University where she was trained by the Child Welfare Collaborative, and a Masters in Social Work from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.
August has previously worked in Child Welfare for four years via Investigative Assessments and Family In Home Services where she gained substantial experience with Social Services including the Foster Care System and Adoptions. In addition, August has extensive knowledge of the judicial system regarding local and state policies involving child abuse, neglect, and maltreatment.
August works with children, individuals, and families by utilizing principles influenced from play therapy and art therapy to better curate a more inclusive and diverse atmosphere free of judgment. She is passionate about meeting people where they are and working collectively to promote growth and opportunity.