Dr. Stephane Louis, LMFT, a therapist, writer, qualified supervisor, instructor, and introvert. As a queer woman of Haitian descent, she explores different ways the intersectionality of culture, family, identity, and sexuality can impact our lives. She uses mindfulness meditation, solution-focused brief therapy, and collaborative conversations in her work with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, sexuality, and other life issues. Through coaching, clinical supervision, and relational therapy, she will meet you where you are and help you grow into the most authentic version of yourself.
Dr. Hall has been in the counseling field since 2008. Currently a full time professor in counseling education and training he brings current research to clinical practice. As a a private practice clinician he primarily focuses on relationships, depression, and anxiety. Using the frameworks of Relational Cultural Theory and Choice Theory, Dr. Hall explores growth through relationships and choices made to maximize happiness using a multicultural lens.
Christine holds graduate degrees in both Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University and Human Services Counseling with a concentration in Life Coaching from Liberty University. Christine loves to help clients identify and process those barriers to their goals by using a collaborative approach that’s centered around their needs and desires. Through her candid yet encouraging approach, she helps her clients get to the core of the issues that are preventing them from implementing change.