About Concord Family Counseling
- a harmonious agreement
Founded in 2018, Concord Family Counseling was created to serve their community in Williamson County. Our vision for our clients is to live in harmony with their loved ones and have peace in the relationships that matter most. Although each of our clinicians have their own style, we come together under the core values of hope, trust, humor, authenticity, vulnerability, connection, and restoration. Concord Family Counseling is a safe place for people of all walks of life and where diversity is embraced.
About Our Team
About Lydia Thompson, MA, LPC-MHSP
- I started Concord Family Counseling in 2018.
- Working with teenagers and their parents is my specialty.
- I'm a direct and active part of the therapeutic process.
- Even though I trained to work with little kids, I've focused my practice on teens for three years.
- I worked at Lipscomb University's Counseling Center and The Refuge Center for Counseling.
- My Bachelor's degree is in Psychology with a minor in Child and Family Studies from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
- My Master's degree is in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Play Therapy from Lipscomb University.
- I have an LPC-MHSP license.
- I offer parent coaching, play therapy, EMDR, TBRI, CBT, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, and family therapy.
About Danielle Reeves, MA, MMFT
- Masters level counselor under supervision
- Bachelors degree in Family Science from Anderson University in Indiana
- Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Trevecca Nazarene University
- I feel privileged to join teens and families on their therapeutic journey and I hope to empower clients to feel more in control of their life.
- I offer a safe, supportive, judgement-free atmosphere to promote healing and growth.
- I appreciate the risk and courage it takes to share your story.
- I care deeply about helping clients live their authentic selves as they navigate through stress and life challenges.
- I will be together with as you find hope, worth, and confidence again, through the healing process.
- I take my role as a counselor seriously, therefore I am compassionate, down-to-earth, and empathetic but also intentional and determined.
- I find joy in my family, friendships, and my sweet dog Penny. I love books, music, travel, good coffee, and great food!
About Kimberley Proctor-White, LPCA
- Masters level counselor under supervision
- National board-certified counselor working towards licensure in TN and KY.
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Lindsey Wilson College
- Master of Divinity from Lexington Theological Seminary
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
- 20+ years’ experience working with children and youth
- Experience working with at-risk teens, anxiety, depression, and OCD.
- Taught youth and adult classes on cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, exposure response prevention, individual and group counseling, and therapy using music, art, theater, and dance.
- Down-to-earth, great sense of humor, loves Jeopardy, Scrabble, and card games.
- Actress, singer, and dancer who loves connecting with people from all racial and ethnic backgrounds.
- Believes that people are more alike than they are different
- Welcomes every opportunity to meet people where they are, and do my part to help people realize their full potential in life.
About Michele Horne, Intern
- I am currently a graduate student pursuing my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lipscomb University.
- I graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2020 with a degree in Child and Family Studies and a minor in Psychology.
- I am interested in working with teenagers and their families to help navigate the difficulties and transitions of the adolescent years.
- I am in my last semester of coursework and will graduate after completing my clinical experiences in August of 2023.
- My specialization is in Play Therapy and I am looking forward to using expressive arts and play therapy with my clients.
- In my free time, I love spending time with my friends, family, and traveling. A great meal, good music, and the beach are all of my favorite things!
- I hope to give teens a safe space where they can feel understood, seen, and heard!
About Nunie Colmore, M.Ed., LPC
- I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, MSHP and I have been in private practice since 2001.
- I graduated from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University in 1995 with a Masters in Human Development Counseling in 1995. I did my undergraduate work at Sewanee and Vanderbilt, and graduated with a degree in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt.
- Over the past 22 years in the field, I have worked with a variety of clients on a wide range of issues. I consider working with teens and their families one of my specialties. 10 years ago, I expanded my practice and have focused on working with adults in individual counseling as well.
- Along with my private practice, I am also an approved supervisor for the State of Tennessee and provide supervision for a select group of counselors working towards their licensure as an LPC.
- I have been an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt for the past 3 semesters in the Human Development Counseling program working with third years graduate students who are completing their internship.
WHAT WE DO
For teenagers needing help navigating the difficulties of this phase of life.
For those entering adulthood feeling unequipped, struggling to "launch", or figuring out who they are.
For adults looking to be free from mental health struggles, process their past or improve relationships.
A Look Inside Concord Family Counseling Office
Our office is conveniently located in Cool Springs. In-person and telehealth appointments available.