Dr. Julie Lindner, EdD, LPC, NCC
Dr. Lindner earned her Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology degree from Argosy University Salt Lake City and also holds a Master of Science (M.S.), Mental Health Counseling/Counselor degree from the University of Phoenix. She is currently licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor and is working on obtaining her license as a Clinical Psychologist. She specializes in children, adolescents and adults and provides individual, group and family therapy.
Dr. Lindner is a veteran of the US Air Force and has a special interest in working with the military community. She has extensive training and experience in the treatment of trauma, attachment issues, autistic spectrum and behavioral disorders. In addition, Dr. Lindner has experience in the area of substance abuse and dual–diagnosis, as well as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders.
Her military experience has allowed her to work with individuals from very diverse backgrounds, which is why she understands that each individual is unique and does her best to modify each intervention to meet the individual needs of her clients. She has a passion to help others, as evident by her life of service. She believes that people heal when they feel safe. It is her hope to make each patient feel safe, valued and heard in an environment void of any judgement.
Dr. Lindner understands that when we can heal and feel better, we have a greater opportunity to feel more balanced, become better individuals, better parents, and better partners. Her approach is to treat everyone with respect and compassion; to help them gain the insight that they need to heal emotionally and feel secure and confident.
Tashara J. Childs, MS, LPC
Tashara is a graduate of Faulkner University with a Master of Science degree in Counseling. She specializes in substance abuse and mental illness. Tashara uses a combination of humanistic and cognitive behavior techniques to help the client achieve their highest potential.
Tashara has experience working with clients of all ages. She enjoys working with children, adolescents and teenagers using relatable tools, toys and techniques to create a comfortable and enjoyable counseling experience. When requested by the client, Tashara offers the inclusion of spirituality and Biblical principles into the client's services. She is a licensed pastor and a student of theology.
Tashara's ultimate goal for the therapeutic experience is to assist the client with finding meaning in their lives by focusing on free will, self-determination, and personal responsibility.
"Starting therapy is a huge step in a person's life. It can be scary and emotionally taxing, but so rewarding. I love to serve those who want support and guidance while navigating through life."
Will Jordan, MEd, ALC, NCC
Will earned his Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina State University. He enjoys working with a diverse range of people confronting various issues. He has a particular interest in supporting clients struggling with grief, loss, self-identity, anxiety, and depression. In addition, he values helping males understand their masculinity in a way that strengthens their lives and relationships.
Will’s path toward becoming a counselor has been unique, having passed through other careers as a professional cook, an audio technician for film and television, and a touring musician. These experiences have broadened Will’s worldview, which helps him embrace each client’s individuality and foster a personalized counseling relationship.
Drawing on elements of humanistic and relational cultural therapy, Will seeks to create a safe space for his clients to better understand themselves and discover their own path.