Our Charlottesville address is 3450 Berkmar Drive, Suite 103.

We have immediate availability for clients. Initial appointments will occur within days of contacting our office.

Please email admin@seasonscounsel.com or call 540-227-0505 to schedule an appointment. You may also use the ‘Contact Us’ tab at the top of the page.

We are also in the process of hiring Residents In Counseling to join our practice. Please utilize the ‘Employment’ tab for inquiries. We very much look forward to hearing from you.

Residents in Counseling (RICs) will be directly supervised by Anne Luckinbill, LPC. Supervision is at no cost to Residents.

Our Office

Our Staff

Morgan Minor, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Morgan Graduated from Old Dominion University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with a Minor in Psychology and Liberty University in 2018 with a Masters in counseling. Morgan is an approved supervisor for Residents in Counseling.

She has experience working for a local social services agency, community services boards, public schools, therapeutic day schools and an at-risk youth community agency that provides services to youth and their families in the community.

Morgan has been providing outpatient therapy since November 2019 to children, adults and couples throughout the state of Virginia.

Morgan’s passion is supporting at-risk youth and educating clients/families about how trauma impacts the family system. Her first-hand experience focuses on how multi-generational and systemic issues continue to plague our community and break down the family system.  Morgan believes people have the power to change if given the right guidance, support and resources.  She is excited to support Seasons Counseling’s vision and provide the needed services to our community.

In her downtime she enjoys watching football, hiking, spending time with family and exploring with her dog.  She enjoys movies, local farmer’s markets and trying new foods.  Morgan is an avid reader as well as documentary enthusiast.  Travelling is essential and exploring new places and cultures is great self-care.

Lila Heymann, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Lila is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years in practice. Lila is an approved supervisor for Supervisees in Social Work. She received her undergraduate degree from Goucher College and my Masters in Social Work from NYU.  Lila is an experienced therapist having worked with adults, families, and groups in multiple settings.

Lila believes therapy helps clients learn distress tolerance techniques and stress management skills. Lila believes therapy is a space to strategize ways to feel better, how to be more present, and become able to better handle life’s challenges. Therapy will utilize a whole self-approach, addressing the needs of the mind, body and spirit. Lila also integrates mindfulness into therapy to help clients develop stronger relationships.

Whether clients are dealing with overwhelming relationship issues, cycles of anxiety and depression, or concerns from the past, Lila looks forward to working with clients in the therapy process.

Meg Stemke, Resident in Counseling (RIC)

Meg holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University and a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University.  She comes to Seasons Counseling after 4 years of working with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, panic, PTSD, and sexual trauma.

She has extensive training in treating clients with complex and developmental trauma and is committed to walking alongside her clients towards healing.  The foundation of her work strives to create a nonjudgmental, safe space for all people.  Meg believes each client holds a story that deserves to be treated with tenderness, honor, and respect.

Through a variety of therapeutic modalities, Meg hopes to promote emotional awareness, self-compassion, and empowerment for her clients by improving their mental health and growing support systems.  She considers it a true privilege to work with her clients as they courageously enter into healing and reach their therapeutic goals!

In her free time, Meg enjoys exploring trails on the Blue Ridge Parkway, listening to audiobooks, and watching TV with friends. She is an avid runner and believes that running builds connections between her mind, body, and the world around her.

Mercer Reeves, Resident in Counselling (RIC)

Mercer graduated from William and Mary in 2023 with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Additionally, she holds a Master’s from Harvard University in Risk and Prevention, as well as a Master’s in Education from Vanderbilt University.


Mercer began her career in Boston where she spent over a decade as an educator specializing in at-risk populations. She continued that passion when she moved to the Charlottesville area working in the field of Restorative Justice.


Most recently Mercer’s work has centered around treating survivors of complex trauma and sexual assault. Her approach includes trauma therapy, EMDR, and modalities that embrace the mind and body connection.


She believes that therapy is a collaborative process that allows us to be deeply seen, heard, and understood and to see ourselves in new and meaningful ways; it can strengthen our sense of self and how we connect with others.


Mercer’s commitment as a therapist is to meet clients where they are and walk with them.


311 S. East Street
Suite 100
Culpeper, VA 22701



3450 Berkmar Drive
Suite 103
Charlottesville, VA 22901