Heather M. Cain, LPC, LCPC
Heather M. Cain earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on
Marriage and Family Therapy from Mount. St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles, California.
Heather loves working with women of color who are experiencing imposter syndrome symptoms, need assistance with accomplishing goals, are demonstrating symptoms of anxiety and symptoms of depression.
In addition to working in the private sector, Heather has taught at the collegiate and facilitated mental health workshops at companies and faith based institutions.
Rob Harris, LPC
Rob graduated from Walden University with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with certification from the National Board of Certified Counselors. He has
worked with men, women and children with a multitude of issues including depression, anxiety ADHD.
Rob enjoys walking with men and couples through the therapy process!
Briana Mack, LGPC
Briana received her master’s in Mental Health Counseling (Clinical) from North Carolina A&T State University. She has focused her career on wholistic health and wellness, advocacy and professional development. Her previous experience in the clinical and education setting, includes providing psychotherapy regarding addiction, couple’s therapy, mood and behavioral disorders. As is a goal driven, solution focused clinician; she utilizes an integrative, evidence based approach to psychotherapy.
Sheena Lall LGPC
Sheena has an Ed.M in Mental Health Counseling and an MA in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College Columbia University. Her experience in mental health and education intertwine to fuel her passion for working with preteens and teens.
Sheena is a multicultural feminist counselor with a passion for working with marginalized groups- including women, people of color, the LGBTQ community, or anyone feeling that their identity or self-worth is being challenged.