Just a regular guy dealing with regular people. With 25 years of experience in the field of mental health, nothing surprises me. I work under the theory that we all have our “stuff”! Sometimes it lets us function pretty well on a day-to-day basis, sometimes it doesn’t. I am very comfortable working with people in both of these situations, and all the places in between. Whether you are in crisis, or just feeling like you need a place to talk about your life and potential growth, my goal is to create a grace-centered, non-judgmental environment where that can be done.
Trey has grown his practice to provide more expansive counseling services to the Franklin area through the addition of four new therapists. Each of these providers has varying specialties and share Trey's passion for providing quality counseling services to Middle Tennessee. These counselors are pursuing licensure in the state of Tennessee under the supervision of Trey.
There are few things more difficult in life than struggling, or watching your child struggle, and not knowing how to fix it. Unfortunately, we live in a world where we are often expected to put our best foot forward, ignore our pain, and go about our day as if nothing is wrong. This may work for a short time, but it often leads to depression, anxiety, behavior issues, addiction, etc. Kimberly is passionate about working with children, adolescents, and adults who are in difficult phases of their lives and are struggling to rediscover happiness, pleasure, or meaning out of life. Kimberly will walk alongside you, or your child, as you gain insight, heal old wounds, and learn to live the life that you have imagined. During sessions she works to maintain an environment where exploration and change can readily occur. She will guide you through the identification of solutions already present within your own life in order to solve current challenges, and work alongside you to implement these meaningful changes. Kimberly holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Virginia Wesleyan College.
Corbett Hinkle, M.Ed., NCC
Life is full of ever changing adventures and challenges. Corbett offers a warm, safe and nonjudgmental space to explore and discuss where in life you currently find yourself and where in life you may be looking to go. Her goal is to form a solid base of trust and a collaborative relationship with each individual she works with. She provides therapy to individuals concerned with low mood, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, relationships, adjustments, self-harm, disordered eating, body image, transitions and life satisfaction. Corbett has worked in a variety of settings, including a residential treatment facility for eating disorders, a school-based program, and outpatient programs. She is flexible in her therapeutic approach so that she may best meet her clients' needs. She is committed to assisting each individual build on their existing strengths to live their best possible life. Corbett enjoys awakening awareness and insight, encouraging action, fostering healing and cultivating joy in the lives of others.
Landon Rives, MS
Landon takes people seriously. He has experience with diverse populations and one thing he has found to ring true is that the therapeutic endeavor is one of the most courageous and meaningful opportunities that one can undertake. He is most focused on change and the healing it would mean for a person in their life circumstances, however small or great. Landon has experience with adolescents and adults and is passionate about facilitating a more personalized yet directive meaning in the face of interpersonal confusion, anxiety, or depression. Whether the pain or struggle is transient, chronic, or somewhere in between, Landon is willing to meet you where you are. Counseling may be a frightening idea for some, but know that with it comes confidentiality, unconditional positive regard, and the opportunity for transformation.