Robin Temples

Robin Temples, MA, LMFT (S)

Administrative Director of LCC, Robin is also receiving clients for therapy. She holds a Master’s degree in School Psychology from USC. She also graduated from Columbia Biblical Seminary at Columbia International University (C.I.U.) with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed supervisor. Robin has fifteen years of experience as a school psychologist, working with children of all ages and consulting with teachers and parents in behavior management. She has taught graduate level courses to educators about working with families and has been a licensed counselor for over twenty years. Robin is married and has three sons, two step-daughters and ten grandchildren. She is attending Center Pointe Community Church and has assisted her husband in leading various adult Sunday school classes. Her particular areas of expertise are marital and premarital therapy, family therapy, parenting, divorce issues, stepfamilies, spiritual issues, and women’s concerns. She especially enjoys working with people seeking deeper intimacy with God and with others.

Angie Lamp

Angie Lamp, MA, LPC (S)

Angie has more than fifteen years with LCC, and she is currently serving as Assistant Director and as a counselor. She graduated from Columbia International University with a Master’s degree in Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has experience in marital and pre-marital counseling, family therapy, women’s issues, children and parenting issues, and spiritual growth issues. Angie and her husband, Rick, attend First Baptist Church of Lexington along with their internationally adopted twin girls.

Sarah Rogers

Sarah J. Rogers, MSW, LISW-CP

Sarah is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with an emphasis in clinical practice. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of South Carolina. She has previous extensive mental health experience working in the public school setting. Her counseling areas include working with adolescents and young adults who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other developmental and family issues. Sarah and her husband are active in their local church body. They have three children.

David Van Horn

Dave Van Horn, MA, LPC

Dave is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Central Michigan University. He has over twenty years experience as a LPC and over thirty years experience in Christian ministry. Dave has experience with marital issues, men’s issues, and spiritual issues. He looks forward to meeting you and walking with you through the difficult seasons in your life. Dave has three adult children and six grandchildren.

LaTasha Kennedy

LaTasha Ransom, Ed.S., LPC

LaTasha is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with an Educational Specialist Degree in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina. Prior to joining LCC, she worked as a social service worker for a local foster care agency in Columbia. Her counseling experience includes working with adults, adolescents and children that may struggle with a variety of issues such as anxiety, low self-esteem, depression and other behavioral/emotional issues. She has a special interest in working with teenagers to help them learn how to express their emotions, improve communication, establish healthy boundaries and obtain skills that will help set them up for success within their environment. LaTasha believes in creating a safe, nurturing and non-judgmental atmosphere in which individuals can feel supported in their efforts to grow, heal and reconnect to their strengths.

Hadassah Gomez

Hadassah Gomez, MA, LPC

Hadassah was born and raised in Madrid, Spain and is bilingual. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling from Columbia International University in 2016. Hadassah has experience working with individuals struggling with women’s issues, anxiety depression, domestic violence, and codependency issues. Hadassah believes that the healthier view one has of themselves the healthier thoughts and behaviors one will engage in, which can then lead to satisfying relationships. Because most of our self-image wounds and self-defeating ideas have been formed within a relationship, it is within a relational context that healing can start. To facilitate this, Hadassah strives to create a safe environment in which individuals can feel accepted in order to encourage honest communication that can lead to insight whether in English or Spanish. Hadassah attends Midtown Fellowship church downtown.

Marchelle Gouvin

Marchelle Gouvin, MSW, LISW-CP

Marchelle is currently offering therapy at our Muscle Shoals, Alabama location. She is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience in medical and mental health settings. She understands overwhelming emotions and circumstances can lead to crippling self doubt. Marchelle believes that there is power and healing in our own personal stories and journeys. She would love to help you find the strength within to make healthy steps towards a more fulfilling life. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques including CBT, narrative therapy, and mindfulness. Marchelle has experience helping adults of all ages with complicated bereavement, grief and loss issues, anxiety, chronic or terminal health conditions, and depression. Marchelle has completed additional training as a certified clinical trauma professional (CCTP), First Steps Advance Care Planning Facilitator and has completed certification in RBPR-Relaxation Based Pain Relief.

Amy DeLuzio

Amy DeLuzio, MA, LPC

Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a MA in Clinical Counseling from Columbia International University. She has worked in both school settings and private practice. Her main specialty is working with those with a history of trauma as she is trained in both Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT). She works with adolescents aged 16 and up and adults. Some of her other areas of interest include depression/anxiety, parent-adolescent relationship issues, interpersonal issues, Autism/Asperger’s, identity/confidence issues, and life in transition issues. She believes that each individual is capable of growth. Her therapeutic goal is to meet people wherever they're at and to walk alongside them in their journey. She provides an open, safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore and process life experiences, inner struggles and future dreams.

Krisy Mills, MA, LPCA

Krisy is a Certified Professional School Counselor and has worked in public schools for 25 years. She has a Master’s Degree in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina. She is in the process of obtaining her LPC in order to see clients in the private setting. Her counseling experience is working with children who struggle with anxiety, ADHD, issues around separation and divorce, and other developmental concerns. She has also worked with parents to support their children through these concerns. Krisy and her husband, John, have two adult sons and are active members at Lexington Baptist Church.

Bailey Colquitt, MA, LPC-A

Bailey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC-A) with her MA in Counseling from Columbia International University. She has worked with individuals of all ages on a variety of issues, including grief, anxiety, depression, ADHD, abuse, family issues, and behavioral concerns. Her goal is to provide everyone who walks into her office with a comforting presence and nonjudgmental environment where they can come and feel safe to share their struggles.

Stephanie Hoover, MA, LPC, LAC, ADC

Stephanie has over 10 years of experience in the counseling field. She earned her Graduate Degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in Virginia and is currently licensed in both Professional and Addiction Counseling. Stephanie has worked with a variety of populations in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She sees adults of all ages with an array of life and mental health challenges. Stephanie has a heart for those struggling with significant emotional and cognitive dysregulation. She utilizes predominantly Cognitive and Dialectic Behavior Therapy interventions that function to decrease emotional suffering, increase cognitive control, and improve behavioral functioning. Stephanie’s desire is to assist each person in cultivating their best quality of life by increasing feelings of resilience, empowerment, capability, and hope. Stephanie is the mother of two young adults, a son and a daughter. She attends church at Calvary Chapel Lexington.

Trudy Naylor, MA, LPC

Trudy is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Family Ministries with a Pre-Counseling Emphasis from Moody Bible Institute followed by her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor primarily using a Cognitive Behavioral approach. Trudy works with adolescents, adults and couples specializing in topics of familial distress, loss/grief, anxiety, depression, first responders and caretakers, as well as identity/self-worth issues. When not in the counseling office Trudy can be found in the kitchen working her way through cookbooks and spending time with her hubby and three kids. She enjoys reading and a good cup of coffee.

Cindy Kyzer

Cindy Kyzer, Office Manager

Cindy has been in a receptionist role for over 30 years. Her husband, Danny, is the pastor of Immerse Church in Gilbert and they have 3 grown boys and 2 granddaughters. In addition to ministering at their church, Cindy and her husband enjoy working together on their family farm where they have chickens, cows and 2 donkeys. Cindy has a heart for serving people and hopes to help you in whatever way she can.