Electre’ Turner, LCMHC-A is a passionate therapist that believes healing is not a linear process. She believes she can help you find hope and courage to overcome your challenges. She has a unique therapeutic process that is grounded in compassion, empathy, and genuine collaboration. She wants to create a safe space to help you take the first step on the journey of unraveling, learning, healing, and growth. She has over 5 years’ experience in the mental health field working with diverse populations. Electre’ has experience working with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, behavioral concerns, trauma, and more. Electre’ s areas of competence includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, Person Centered, and Motivational Interviewing. Electre’ believes you are the expert in your life. Electre’s goal is to walk with you while you navigate the best route in your journey. “Resiliency is something you do, more than something you have. . . You become highly resilient by continuously learning your best way of being yourself in your circumstance.” Al Siebert Electre’ shares that it is not uncommon for things to unravel when humans experience distress. However, our ability to bounce back isn’t a straightforward process. Healing is an uncomfortable spiral of unraveling, learning, unraveling, learning, and unraveling to reveal the beauty that lies in your ability to bend without being broken. Our experiences and circumstances may change, and the story may not always look the same, but the result will always lead to growth. At MindFlower Group, Electre will provide supervised counseling and therapy services.
Dr. La'Courtney Setzer, LCSW, DSW has over 13 years of experience in mental health. She provides trauma-focused therapy for youth and adults. Her clinical practice has an inclusion of holistic centered practices in African and Indigenous principles. She utilizes evidence-based interventions in the pursuit of improvement of your life on your terms. She was born in Hickory, NC, has two adult siblings, and gained a love for helping others at the tender age of 4. She completed two-thousand community service in her adolescence and received a Presidential Freedom Scholarship from that president for this accomplishment. She was elected The First African American State President of Juniorettes, a division of Junior’s Women League in North Carolina. She was elected Valedictorian of Class of 2019 of Livingstone College, has Master Degree in Social Work from Appalachian State University, and will complete her doctoral program in Social Work in June 2022 from Capella University. At MindFlower Group she will provide supervision.
Corinna Young, LCMHC-A Her personal philosophy of counseling begins and ends with compassion and empathy. In therapy she walks alongside clients on their journey to healing. As someone who has overcome various difficult circumstances she feels that she has a genuine heart and a listening ear to understand where clients are coming from. She believes that therapy is emotional maintenance and a workout for the mind.
She believes that the healing experience encompasses the whole person - physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. She provides counseling that cultivates growth, healing, and restoration by helping clients feel seen, heard, and safe. The modalities that she uses when working with clients include CBT, mindfulness, solution focused, person-centered, rational emotive, and behavior modification techniques. As a counselor, she supports clients in the process of overcoming obstacles and helping them to unlock their limitless potential. Ultimately, she strives to encourage the client to work on being comfortable with choosing the paths and directions that are best and most effective for them. It is her desire to inspire, empower, and encourage her clients to find mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical healing. At MindFlower Group, Corinna will provide counseling and therapy services soon!
Brittany McLean, LMHCA, LCAS is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Fayetteville State University in 2015 and her Master's degree in Professional Counseling from The University of Grand Canyon in 2018.
With over four years of experience working in mental health, she has served adolescents, young adults, adults, and families by providing individual, group, and family counseling. Her counseling orientation is based on an integrative approach, tailoring each individual session to meet her clients' needs. She has incorporated a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) base model into her sessions, along with the use of skills from Narrative Therapy and Mindfulness Therapy.
She has experience working with individuals ranging from younger children to older adults dealing with ADHD, anxiety, behavior problems, depression, eating disorders, parenting issues, self-esteem, relationships and relations, life adjustments, and addiction and substance abuse, among others. She looks forward to working with clients and their families to help develop insight and awareness on presenting concerns and navigate through life.
Jessica Graham, LCSWA Jessica is committed to diminishing the stigma around therapy specifically in the African American
community. She holds a Bachelor of Degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Master of Science Degree in Human Services with a concentration in marriage and family
therapy from Liberty University and a Master of Science Degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Jessica has over 12 years of experience providing case management services to children, adults, and families as a social worker in both home and agency settings. Her service as a Social Worker with the
Department of Social Services set the groundwork for her passion and determination to help children and families. Jessica has experience working with adults, adolescents and children in at-risk situations
such as sexual abuse, sexual trauma, physical abuse, terminal illness, substance abuse and domestic violence.
Jessica has genuine interest in working with young mothers, young adults and foster care. Her approach to therapy is compassionate, cooperative and holistic. She listens with a skilled ear and responds to
each person’s unique situation. Jessica is passionate and respects the individual circumstances of everyone she works with, creating an open and safe space for her clients. Jessica is committed to
improving the mental health and well-being of her clients with compassion.
Megan Stephens, MSW, LCSWA is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate in North Carolina providing individual therapy, focusing on children, young adults, adults, and families. She obtained her Master of Social Work from Walden University in 2021 and her Bachelor of Social Work from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University in 2012. Megan has over
nine years of experience in clinical settings, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, nursing homes, child and family agencies, and private practice. Megan utilizes a variety of techniques and skills drawn
from recognized therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused therapy, psycho-education, play therapy, mindfulness, and relaxation. She uses information collected by assessing each client’s biological, psychological,
and social needs to determine the best therapeutic modality. Megan selected a career in Social Work because she is compassionate about the well-being of
others and sensitive to their challenges. She was a foster child in the Department of Human Resources and knows from experience how an individual within the system feels. She knows the
challenges of how it feels not to belong. Megan began her career working with children and families with the department of social services helping individuals to function the best way they
can in their environment, to thrive within relationships, and to solve personal and family challenges. Megan continues her passion by helping individuals bring about a difference in perspective on their journey of life and goals believed to be unattainable. She is passionate about
helping clients address issues related to self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Megan enjoys working alongside each of her clients, helping them explore and reach their unique goals. She states, “Together we will work on strategies that allow you to address the root cause of your difficulties and build meaningful social connections.” In her spare time, Megan enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Washington DC: Medicaid, Amerihealth, Amerigroup, MedStar Family Choice
North Carolina: Amerihealth, Healthy Blue
Maryland: Aetna Better Health, Amerigroup, JAI Medical Systems, Kaiser Permanente, Maryland Physicians Care, Priority Partners, United Healthcare
Fall 2024 Virginia and Texas Medicaid