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Adrianne McKee

Adrianne is a registered dance/movement therapist located in the Triangle area. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with various mental and behavioral health diagnoses in a variety of settings. Adrianne has significant training in creative arts therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and have utilized techniques of dialectical behavioral therapy, meditation, and yoga in my practice. Adrianne passion and life’s calling lies in helping others and introducing the community to the benefits dance/movement therapy can offer.

Ciara Chavis 

Ciara Chavis she is from Henderson, North Carolina. She has received my Bachelor of Social Work degree from Bennett College in 2017. She is currently attending Walden University to obtain my Master’s degree in Social Work, we look forward to her expected graduation in July 2023. Ciara’s experience working with children includes volunteering at the Bennett College on-site daycare center overseeing children between the ages of 3 and 4. Ciara has experience working with children and families while serving as an intern with the Child Protective Services in Halifax County Department of Social Services. Ciara enjoys nature walks, shopping, DIY projects, and road trips. It is my pleasure to serve as an intern with The ART Counseling.”

Freddy Perkins 

 Freddy Perkins MMT, MT-BC (he/him), is a board-certified music therapist and pre-licensed clinical mental health counselor. Additionally, he is a trainee in narrative therapy, the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music, and an advanced trainee in Analytical Music Therapy. With over 8 years of clinical experience, Freddy specializes in trauma and identity work with the LGBTQIA+ community and he strives to work from an anti-oppressive and critical lens.

Myah Owens

 Myah Owens received a BA in Biological Sciences with minors in Psychology and Social Work from North Carolina State University. Born in Greensboro, NC and with a military parent she moved all over the country growing up yet North Carolina will always be her home. She is now attending the Masters of Social Work program at NC State and wants to work providing exceptional mental health counseling. Myah is excited to work with clients of all backgrounds and wants to destigmatize receiving mental health care and counseling. She loves music, the beach, and spending time with her family and friends.

Hannah Litchfield 

Hannah Litchfield attended High Point University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She has spent the last three years working closely with military and law enforcement personnel in North Carolina to ensure their psychological, administrative, and operational needs are met. Hannah is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grand Canyon University. In  Hannah’s free time, Hannah is usually found curled up by the fire with coffee and a good book or Netflix, at the gym, or outside exploring. She enjoys snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, camping, and off-roading. Music and dance also play a large part in her daily life. She is known for putting people first and having an empathetic, caring soul. As a Native American, Hannah is passionate about individuals embracing and celebrating their unique personality and ethnicity. She is also a proud supporter of the LGBTQ+ community. Her favorite quote is “Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” – Albus Dumbledore.

Inger Jarmon

Inger R. Jarmon holds a Masters degree in Fine Arts, Master degree in Social Science, and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She has had the privilege and pleasure to work in the mental health profession for several years. Where Inger has utilized her working experiences in Health and Human Service in the following areas of; case management, management, office management, utilization review. Inger is certified as a Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional and Qualified Mental Health Professional. Inger always had a strong talent in painting and has always wanted to use it in the area of counseling. Her plans are to fulfill her goal in the fall of 2019. When she plans to begin a Counseling program of study leading to a Master of Arts degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Art Therapy. Inger states that “painting is her passion, and it gives her such peacefulness and being able to share the feeling with others would be beauty in each brushstroke. "

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