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Philip Rogers sitting and smiling, wearing black suite and tie.

 

Philip is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in the state of Tennessee (license #893) who received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Learning as well as his Master of Arts degree in counseling with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy from East Tennessee State University. He has done PRN work at Woodridge Psychiatric hospital and moved his private practice from Johnson City, TN to Murfreesboro in 2012.  He is a Clinical Fellow with the AAMFT and is working toward his Approved Supervisor status with the AAMFT and the state of Tennessee.


You can reach Philip by email: philip@lccmurfreesboro.com
 

 

Davida smiling and wearing a black shirt with silver necklace

Davida's empathy and compassion for the human condition began as she sought to understand her own struggles and emotional suffering. She is a military veteran, having served 4 years in the United States Air Force, whose sole desire is to serve God through caring for others.
Davida holds a graduate degree in Counseling from Cairn University in Pennsylvania and specialist degree (Education Specialist) in Counseling Services from Rider University in New Jersey.
Davida has worked with individuals struggling with various challenges; to include trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, chemical dependence and substance abuse, grief and more.



You can reach Davida by email: davida@lccmurfreesboro.com



Emily sitting on steps and smiling, wearing a blue shirt

Emily is currently working on her master's and license in professional counseling though Liberty University. She received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.    
Emily's focus in counseling is for addictive behaviors especially food disorders and drug abuse. However, her other interests include mood disorders, grief and loss counseling, anxiety and panic disorders, and self-esteem issues. She has volunteered at the University of Tennessee for group counseling sessions dealing with trauma as well as self-esteem issues.
Emily's style of counseling is person-centered counseling, based on viewing the individual as capable of knowing and understanding themselves. She believes that people sometimes just need to be motivated and encouraged into seeing their potential. Her responsibilities as counselor are to assist the client in understanding the problem, provide empathy and positive regard to enable the individual to make the changes in their lives in order to reach their potential. 

You can reach Emily by email: emily@lccmurfreesboro.com







 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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