Carly Moore, Resident in Counseling (RIC)
Carly is a Resident in Counseling and has gained experience in the mental health field working with children, adults, and families. She prioritizes clients’ rights to privacy and strives to create a safe space for clients to feel valued and welcomed. Carly holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University as well as a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Longwood University. Carly also has experience working with diverse populations and is passionate about providing ethical services. Carly uses an array of counseling approaches based on client needs. Seeing the need for mental health services in the past several years in our community, Carly’s passion has continued to grow in battling the stigma against seeking help for mental health concerns. Carly will be practicing at our office under the supervision of Anne Luckinbill, Licensed Professional Counselor.
Jessica Putnam, Resident in Counseling (RIC)
Jessica comes to Seasons Counseling after working with clients at a counseling and psychological testing practice. Jessica creates a safe space for her clients to identify their thought processes and behaviors. Working with clients who have experienced trauma is a focus area. Jessica strives to identify attachment needs to help clients prosper in healthy relationships. Jessica believes in building strong relationships with clients to promote their growth in understanding of emotions and behaviors.
Prior to working in the counseling field, Jessica taught as an elementary teacher for ten years in Virginia. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Radford University and Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. Jessica will be working as an RIC under the supervision of Anne Luckinbill, LPC.
Meredith Clayton, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Meredith’s professional experience includes over ten years providing counseling services in both school and community settings in which she has worked with a diverse population of children, teens and adults. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication and a master’s degree in counseling. Meredith is passionate about the creation of a safe space in which clients will identify their strengths and increase resilience. She enjoys working with all age groups, and holds special interest in helping clients process and recover from trauma. Meredith utilizes a variety of approaches to therapy, each tailored to client needs and developmental stage. She looks forward to growing as a counselor as she supports the mental health of those she serves. Meredith will be working as an RIC under the supervision of Anne Luckinbill, LPC.
Tim Irving, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Tim has experience working with a wide variety of clients in community mental health and crisis services. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and master’s degree in Licensed Professional Counseling. Tim loves working with all ages of clients with a strong desire to serve children and teens, as he wants to provide support to future generations. He carries a plethora of energy, optimism, and desire to improve the mental health of those he serves. Tim’s love for people and understanding of mental health concerns is immediately noticeable upon meeting him.
Jene' Taylor, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Jene’ comes to Seasons Counseling with extensive therapy experience in treatment settings such as crisis services, outpatient medication-assisted therapy, short-term residential, and emergency shelter housing. She has worked with clients of various ages and backgrounds, and holds a special interest in dispelling the stigma of seeking professional help for mental health concerns. Jene’ holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Central Michigan University. She looks forward to providing a safe space for clients to process their emotions and experiences, while fostering a sense of confidence and self-esteem.
Camilla Scriven, Intake Coordinator
Camilla comes to Seasons Counseling with decades of administrative experience in both mental and public health settings. Her goal is to make obtaining mental health services as seamless and as easy as possible; removing barriers to care. She is a transplant to the Culpeper area from the Shenandoah Valley.
When she’s not returning phone calls and emails, she likes to hang out with her family on the couch, acting in community theatre, going to concerts and baking.