Who We Are.

INTEGRATIVE LIFE CENTER IS A GROUP OF SKILLED AND DEDICATED PROFESSIONALS. WE ARE CALLED TO SERVE THE RECOVERY COMMUNITY, HELPING THOSE SUFFERING FROM TRAUMA, ADDICTION, EATING DISORDERS AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES.

 

The values we adhere to as a team when it comes to our approach to treatment are choice, loving kindness, compassion, and respect. For each individual who walks through our doors, we assume competence, not brokenness. Our goal is to equip each person with the tools and principles to help them live the life they deserve.

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Our Team

Ryan Chapman

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN

Ryan Chapman

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN

“I AM INCREDIBLY GRATEFUL FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO DEDICATE THIS NEXT CHAPTER OF MY LIFE TO AN INDUSTRY, AND AN EXPERIENCE, THAT HELPED SHAPE ME AND MY VIEW OF THE WORLD.”
– RYAN CHAPMAN

When Ryan Chapman became majority owner and CEO of Integrative Life Center in 2018, it felt more like a calling than a business opportunity. At 18, Ryan was hired as a cashier, earning $6.75 per hour at Premier Parking in Nashville. He became owner within four years. When he sold it at 34, Premier Parking had grown into one of the largest parking providers in the country, managing over 500 locations and employing some 2,000 team members. Along the way, Ryan earned a BA and an MBA by attending classes on nights and weekends.

While Ryan’s career has focused on business, the world of addiction and recovery has been a big part of his journey.

Born in Decatur, Illinois, Ryan moved with his family to Nashville. As a child, he found comfort and success in baseball. When his baseball career ended in high school, Ryan’s drug use escalated. By age 18, a variety of circumstances created an emptiness in his soul that he attempted to fill with drugs and risky behavior. Ryan spent 28-life changing days at a residential impatient treatment center, followed by several months at sober living facilities.

Ryan is a believer in the healing power of the holistic and integrative treatment practices that are the heart of ILC. He believes that everyone can find—and love—their true selves. Holding the space for this to happen is the mission of ILC.

Ryan and his wife Betsy are the parents of two young children, Vivian and Bo, and are members of West End Community Church. Ryan is the Tennessee state chair of Young Presidents Organization and is involved with Barefoot Republic, a Christian summer camp for kids from diverse economic backgrounds. As well, he is active in UpRise, a career development program for Nashville adults, and is on the board of Edna Adan Maternity Hospital Foundation.

Ryan moved into the role of Executive Chairman of Integrative Life Center in February 2021.

Holly Cook

CO-FOUNDER AND CLINICAL ADVISOR

Holly Cook LPC-MHSP

CO-FOUNDER AND CLINICAL ADVISOR

Holly Cook, LPC-MHSP is a licensed professional counselor, mental health service provider with more than 30 years of experience as a therapist, program administrator and international trainer. Becoming a therapist was a natural path for Holly to follow. An avid people watcher, she has studied cultures, rituals and the use of ceremony throughout her life and believes that creating felt sense experiences is the way to healing and reconnecting with one’s heart. Holly has been described as a ‘life artist’ who works with people, helping them find and create the life they want to live.

She has had the opportunity to receive training over the years with several of the “masters” in the therapy field such as Jay Haley, Chloe Madanes, Luigi Boscolo and William Glasser. In addition to her clinical training and experience, Holly has managed several programs and received numerous awards for her leadership in the United States and Germany. As an international trainer and consultant, Holly has provided training on various topics such as trauma and addiction, Motivational Interviewing, adolescent development and treating adolescent substance abuse, developing trauma-informed services and creating effective treatment systems for women on welfare.

In addition to being Co-founder and Clinical Advisor of Integrative Life Center, integrating spirit and science-based approaches to healing and creating community, Holly has a private practice in Nashville, Tennessee.

Christi Cessna

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Christi Cessna MS

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

“MY GOAL IS TO APPROACH OUTREACH WITH COMPASSION, CONNECTING PEOPLE NATIONWIDE WITH THE CARE THEY NEED TO FIND HEALING AND FREEDOM IN RECOVERY.” – CHRISTI CESSNA

Christi Cessna, MS is a well-rounded business development and operational executive with over 20 years of behavioral healthcare experience. She is a proven leader who excels at building teams, operationalizing systems and processes, and producing desired results. She has experience working with companies in different growth stages, as well as launching and sustaining capacities of de novo and acquired programs, mergers and acquisitions, and well-established programs.

As an executive leader, Christi guided organizations on how incorporating best practices and progressive treatment approaches lead to program differentiation and being a treatment center of choice for professionals nationally and internationally. She has worked for several of the behavioral health industry’s most respected private programs and brands, delivering a pivotal outcomes to those organizations in various growth stages.

Christi holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and has experience as a practicing clinician for several years prior to expanding into the business and operational roles. She is a certified DISC trainer and is a national speaker presenting on leadership, collaboration, and ethical business practices. She is passionate about delivering excellent care to clients and families and will only work with organizations that put mission first.

Carmen Dominguez

Executive Clinical Director

Carmen Dominguez LMHC

Executive Clinical Director

“I use an integrative approach including holistic modalities and ancient wisdom traditions to assist clients in bringing themselves into authentic alignment and greater awareness to what it really means to heal so that they can live from a greater version of who they are.” – Carmen Dominguez

Carmen has been a psychotherapist and consultant for the past 30 years. She draws on her innate intuitive abilities as well as her traditional training to bring guidance and transformation to her clients. She is able to integrate Toltec wisdom and ancient healing principles to understand how the mind gets programmed into performing self-defeating thinking patterns and behaviors, and guides clients on the path of self-mastery. She also works collaboratively at times with talented colleagues to enhance her client’s mental wellbeing. She understands that when the mind, body, and spirit are in harmony and alignment, her clients can reach their life goals. She has specialized in working with individuals, families, and couples who have experienced trauma, addictions, and an array other mental health issues. She perceives a person’s healing as a creative process that is best achieved when drawn from many modalities to support optimal wellness.

Carmen has been an adjunct professor at Lesley university since 1999. She developed and continues to teach Treating the Addictions. She also regularly teaches Clinical Skills, Culture & Identity, and Children and Adolescent Psychopathology. Carmen completed an intensive family therapy training at the former Cambridge Family Institute. She is well-versed in Post Induction Therapy where she was instructed at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ by Pia Mellody, author of Facing Codependency and other books. Carmen was a supervisor of a SAMSA research project for the prevention of adolescent substance abuse. She has presented adolescent harm reduction research at Harvard University. Throughout her years in practice, she has developed and facilitated substance abuse programs throughout the Boston area and Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Carmen has studied with astrology scholars and authors, Heather Ensworth, Ph.D. and Joseph Crane, M.A., and she offers natal chart readings when appropriate and indicated for greater personal insight. Carmen is also trained in compassion mediation for couples. She is a yoga teacher, reiki master, and facilitator of Dr. Sue Morter’s The Energy Codes.  She has facilitated Psychotherapeutic Reiki, Beyond 12 Step Recovery groups, and shamanic healing over the past several years. She combines ancient healing practices with contemporary research-based therapeutic techniques.

Anita Johnson

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF EATING DISORDERS PROGRAMMING

Anita Johnson Ph.D.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF EATING DISORDERS PROGRAMMING

“I USE THE STRUGGLE WITH EATING AS A PORTAL TO GREATER CONSCIOUSNESS FOR ILC CLIENTS. THAT’S MY PHILOSOPHY AND MY PASSION.” – ANITA JOHNSTON

As Executive Director of the Integrative Life Center Eating Disorders Program, Anita brings a wealth of experience to ILC clients. She leads a comprehensive and innovative approach to treating those suffering from disordered eating and co-occurring conditions.

As a nationally recognized expert with more than 35 years in the field, Anita speaks and teaches in settings around the world. A native of Guam, she studied psychology at the University of Guam and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado. Anita holds two master’s degrees in the field and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. She created and directed eating disorder programs in Australia, Hawaii and the continental United States.

The author of the acclaimed book, Eating in the Light of the Moon, Anita uses storytelling and metaphor to help individuals discover the issues underlying their eating behaviors. She blends a variety of cognitive-behavioral and depth psychology approaches to achieve lasting behavioral change, moving individuals beyond weight and body image to address the sources of distress.

Anita is the mother of two grown daughters. In her off-work hours, she soothes her soul by gardening.

Greg Kfoury

VP OF ADMISSIONS

Greg Kfoury

VP OF ADMISSIONS

“WHAT MAKES ILC EXTRAORDINARY IS THE BLEND OF TRADITIONAL AND INTEGRATIVE TREATMENT METHODS IN A PROGRAM CUSTOMIZED TO EACH CLIENT. THE REASONS WE SEEK TREATMENT ARE ALL SO DIFFERENT, THE SOLUTIONS HAVE TO BE JUST AS DIVERSE.” – GREG KFOURY

Greg Kfoury is the friendly face (and voice) a potential client encounters upon their initial contact with Integrative Life Center. Greg has played an integral role on the ILC leadership team having worked in business development, operations and directing our Alumni Services, and is excited to bring his skills and knowledge to this vital role at the organization. His business acumen combined with a passion for behavioral health and intimate knowledge of ILC’s programs keep the admissions department running on all cylinders, ready to serve incoming clients and industry referents.

A native of Northern Virginia, Greg is a graduate of the University of Richmond and is a former high school Latin teacher. He gained business experience working in commercial real estate and project management and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in psychology from the Harvard University Extension School.

Greg is an alumnus of Integrative Life Center where he discovered, and embraced, the integrative approach to treatment. For Greg, that included active 12-step program participation and Refuge Recovery.

Away from work, Greg loves playing sports, especially hockey and volleyball. He tries never to miss sober game night with friends!

Terra Even

DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE AND OPERATIONS

Terra Even

DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE AND OPERATIONS

Terra has been working in the behavioral health field since 2012 creating and implementing well-designed compliance programs that empower organizations to move confidently and successfully into a space of helping their clients heal. Terra believes compliance and operations are true art forms in teamwork and communication, and aims for simplicity as it brings the gift of efficiency by reducing organizational and individual risk. Terra enjoys using her skills to help provide structure that allows the team to do the creative healing work they do while enhancing the culture. Terra strives to be a leader best described by  Brene’ Brown “ I define a leader as anyone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people and process, and who has that courage to develop that potential.”  

 

Terra loves being active – whether it’s her favorite activity which is yoga, she is known try to anything from dirt bike riding to tennis.  If you ever need someone to try a new sport, class or challenge with, she is your go to buddy. She grew up in Michigan and was an avid equestrian; she graduated from Michigan State University and moved to Chicago to pursue an acting career. In 2006 she moved to Nashville and eventually started saying “y’all” instead of “you guys” while working at The Pancake Pantry. Her favorite place to be is at the ocean with her family and she doesn’t care for plastic.

Mackenzie Reeser

DIRECTOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES

Mackenzie Reeser MPH, RDN, LDN

DIRECTOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES

ILC CLIENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND THE COPING BEHAVIORS THEY’VE ADOPTED. WE HELP THEM DIVE DEEPLY INTO THE WORK OF FIGURING OUT HOW TO INTERACT WITH FOOD IN WAYS THAT ALIGN WITH THEIR VALUES AND FUEL THEIR LIVES. – MACKENZIE REESER

Registered dietician Mackenzie Reeser discovered her passion in the relationship between nutrition and behavioral health. A native of Indianapolis, Mackenzie is a graduate of Nashville’s Lipscomb University. She earned a master’s degree in public health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. As Director of Nutrition Services at Integrative Life Center, Mackenzie is a key member of the treatment team for clients struggling with eating disorders. As well, she sees nutrition as an essential component in treating clients with a history of substance abuse and mental health challenges.

Mackenzie brings considerable experience to ILC, including work as a health coach, and as a dietician for North Carolina State University. Her background in the behavioral health field includes The Ranch in Nashville, and Carolina House in Durham, where she served clients with primary eating disorders in residential and outpatient settings.

At ILC, Mackenzie helps structure an integrative approach to treatment that uses traditional and non-traditional therapeutic techniques. Clients gain an understanding of their food patterns and relationships, and the issues that underlie their behaviors.

At home, Mackenzie and her husband Isaac enjoy spending time with friends, relaxing on the back porch and romping with their fun-loving dog Maggie.

Tara Young

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

Tara Young

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

“I’M HERE TO HELP TELL THE INTEGRATIVE LIFE CENTER STORY BY BUILDING AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING. I WORK TO MAKE EVERY ENCOUNTER WITH ILC AN ELEVATED, INSPIRING EXPERIENCE.” – TARA YOUNG

Tara Young was an experienced marketing professional in the IT field when she shifted her focus to the behavioral health industry. That’s when she knew she had found her professional niche. At ILC, Tara shares deep experience in advocating for organizations and encouraging their growth through strategic marketing, brand awareness and relationship-building.

A native of Texas, Tara earned a bachelor of arts degree at Baylor University. She is a lifelong competitive dancer and was captain and choreographer of the Baylor Songleaders collegiate dance team. She currently still performs in and around Nashville’s performance and events circuit.

Tara’s professional skills span both traditional and digital marketing, with expertise in branding, graphic design, writing, digital campaigns, content creation, email marketing and special events. While working in corporate marketing for information technology and hospitality organizations, Tara started her own freelance marketing business on the side working with clients in the field of chiropractic and functional medicine. Through this experience she gained an appreciation for the mind-body connection that is the heart of ILC, and for the value of treating the root cause of a condition, rather than the symptoms. She joined the ILC family in 2019.

In her spare time, Tara also pursues her passion for photography.

Trinea Grimes

Director of Residential Services

Trinea Grimes

Director of Residential Services

Bio coming soon!

Daniel Barton

Medical Director / Psychiatrist

Daniel Barton MD

Medical Director / Psychiatrist

ILC exists to help people regain their lives back from the devastating affects of trauma, addiction and mental health struggles. The medical and psychiatric component of that treatment can’t be ignored and I’m glad I get to bring my services and experience to this robust team of practitioners so clients can receive the comprehensive care they need.

Daniel Barton, MD is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist with experience in virtually all environments of mental health services including outpatient, inpatient, crises, and emergency psychiatry. His treatment approach is primarily psychodynamic using a biological, psychological, and social model to evaluate and understand client challenges.

A native to Nashville, Dr. Barton comes from a long line of practitioners who have cared for the mental health needs of the local community for over 3 decades. His father is a psychiatrist and educator, his mother is a clinical social worker and marital therapist, and his brother practices psychiatry in the Nashville area. He earned his medical degree from the University of Tennessee – Memphis and trained at Harvard University for adult psychiatry.

Dr. Barton works with the clients of ILC who have experienced trauma, struggle with addiction and substance abuse, and suffer from anxiety, depression, and other mental health and mood disorders.

Belinda Hatcher

Director of Nursing

Belinda Hatcher MSN, APRN, FNP-BC

Director of Nursing

Bio coming soon…

Ryan Martin

ADMISSIONS SPECIALIST

Ryan Martin

ADMISSIONS SPECIALIST

INTEGRITY IS THE KEY ELEMENT IN ALL OF MY INTERACTIONS. IT’S MY JOB TO MAKE SURE THAT WE PROVIDE PRECISELY WHAT AN INDIVIDUAL OR REFERRAL SOURCE NEEDS. IT’S ALL ABOUT BUILDING TRUST AND CONNECTION.”
– RYAN MARTIN

Ryan Martin fills a unique role at Integrative Life Center. As Admissions Specialist, he responds to individuals, family members and referral sources considering treatment. In many cases Ryan’s is the first voice or face they encounter. He helps ensure that ILC is the right fit, and that everyone who reaches out is treated with respect and compassion.

A native of Nashville, Ryan has worked in the mental/behavioral health field for nearly 20 years at Tennessee treatment centers including The Ranch and Onsite. His areas of responsibility have included admissions, administration, treatment services and referral relations.

For those seeking treatment options for trauma, addiction and other issues, Ryan provides more than information. As a former client of Integrative Life Center, he also offers a unique perspective on the holistic, client-driven ILC experience. He sees himself as a bridge, facilitating a smooth transition to treatment.

Away from work, Ryan enjoys spending time with his young son Henry, family and friends. Favorite pastimes include hiking, biking, climbing, attending concerts and participating in spiritual retreats.

Teresa Mock

ADMISSIONS SPECIALIST

Teresa Mock BSN

ADMISSIONS SPECIALIST

WE UNDERSTAND HOW HARD IT IS TO LEAVE LOVED ONES, PETS OR A JOB TO BEGIN TREATMENT. AT ILC, WE WANT CLIENTS TO FEEL THEY’VE COME TO A PLACE WHERE THEY CAN LAND SAFELY.” – TERESA MOCK

Teresa Mock brings deep experience in healthcare and marketing to her role as Admissions Specialist at Integrative Life Center. A Georgia native, Teresa earned a B.S. in nursing at the Medical College of Georgia and was a member of the first community-based nursing program in the U.S.

In Georgia, and later in Tennessee, Teresa worked as a neonatal nurse. She gained experience in case management and business operations as part of a home infusion business startup, then pursued a successful career in sales and marketing. She studied leadership development at the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management.

Drawing on her education and experience, Teresa launched her own business, providing empowerment recovery coaching and case management. In the spirit of continuum of care she worked closely with providers and practitioners to deliver needed services for behavioral health clients.

As an ILC Admissions Specialist, Teresa brings compassionate insight into personal struggle. She understands the feelings of fear, anxiety and loneliness that can weigh on those seeking treatment. She seeks to align the formal aspects of admission, such as the completion of assessments and paperwork, with the heart-centered work of welcoming individuals to a place of hope and connection.

Teresa is a pet-lover and an accomplished therapeutic yoga professional, serving individuals with anxiety, depression and trauma. She treasures time with nature on mountain trails and bodies of water and can often be found dancing joyfully at live music venues.

Lindsay Koch

Admissions Coordinator

Lindsay Koch

Admissions Coordinator

Bio coming soon!

Pam Lindemann

Finance Manager

Pam Lindemann

Finance Manager

Bio coming soon!

Robin Mastroni

CLINICAL OUTREACH PROFESSIONAL

Robin Mastroni MSW

CLINICAL OUTREACH PROFESSIONAL

“MY ROLE IS TO CONNECT WITH COLLEAGUES, FAMILY MEMBERS AND INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE FEELING HOPELESS OR OVERWHELMED. I PROVIDE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT, HELPING TO IDENTIFY THE BEST PLACE TO FIND THEIR OWN PEACE.” – ROBIN MASTRONI

Robin Mastroni’s depth and breadth of experience in the field of behavioral health span more than twenty years. She has worked in diverse clinical settings and has held leadership roles in direct clinical practice, strategic planning and development, marketing and event planning, and clinical outreach and business development.

Robin holds a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University and earned her master’s in social work from Widener University.

As Integrative Life Center’s East Coast Clinical Outreach Professional, Robin provides outreach to professionals across this region. She offers educational workshops for clinicians, hosts information sessions, and meets with individuals to share the ILC story and offerings. Robin’s experience and accomplishments make her a trusted resource. She has developed and maintains long-standing relationships with clinicians and mental health professionals across the country, and has been privileged to work alongside many industry thought leaders.

ILC’s intimate, spiritual environment, and the focus on experiential treatment align closely with Robin’s experience and values. As well, she believes the healthy culture among the ILC treatment team and Nashville’s positive energy play an important role in positive client outcomes.

Away from work, Robin loves hiking and camping, and spending time with family and friends.

Erin Watt

Clinical Outreach Professional

Erin Watt MS, CPC

Clinical Outreach Professional

“I feel privileged to join this team at such a significant moment in this organizations growth. I have observed Integrative Life Center change the lives of so many people in my own personal community and have referred to them professionally for many years before joining the team. The heart-centered and trauma focused approach resonates with me deeply.” – Erin Watt

Erin Watt joins the outreach team as an experienced clinical consultant who is passionate about helping referents find the right level of care and best fit for their clients. Referents know her as a fierce advocate for clients, their family system, and the referral team at home. She has significant experience with the behavioral health industry including roles as Director of Operations, Trainer, Program Development, Clinical Outreach, Utilization Review and Quality Assurance.

Erin is also a certified Life & Relationship Coach known for her empathetic yet direct style of working with clients – especially those wanting to improve attachment issues in relationships. She has a strong science background with a master’s degree focused on neurobiology of addiction from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Chemistry from Smith College.

Erin considers Nashville, TN, her home and has lived here since 2008. In her spare time, she enjoys all that Nashville has to offer from a diverse music scene to eclectic restaurants to hiking and kayaking. She equally enjoys spending time relaxing at her East Nashville home with her cat and dog.

Sandy Bassin

Clinical Outreach Professional

Sandy Bassin

Clinical Outreach Professional

Sandy Bassin joins the outreach team with a diverse background in business development and behavioral health.   She spent the past several years working with people in early recovery as they transitioned from  residential treatment to a continuing care program.  Sandy is passionate about supporting individuals and their families throughout the treatment process and values working in close collaboration with clinical providers and referents.  She is honored to join such a dedicated, heart-centered team of professionals at Integrative Life Network.

 

A southern native, Sandy graduated from Rollins College in 2002 with her degree in psychology and communicationsHaving spent the past 18 years living in New York City, Sandy recently moved from the big apple to a nearby small town with her family where she is called mom by a teen, a tween  and twins.

Shannon Frost

Clinical Outreach Professional

Shannon Frost

Clinical Outreach Professional

Bio coming soon!

Cheryl Brown

Clinical Case Manager

Cheryl Brown

Clinical Case Manager

“Experience has taught me that facilitating wellness is about helping each person embrace personal accountability while inviting them to move from surviving life to thriving in life. I am honored to witness awareness and hope dawn, with the needed change being sparked and nurtured by actions they take on their own behalf.”

Cheryl joins Integrative Life Center bringing a depth and breadth of experience in addictions and behavioral healthcare.  She has held various key roles in leadership, marketing, intake, and clinical aspects of care delivery since joining the field in 1981.  Cheryl holds close to the importance of active engagement in providing clinical excellence and integrity in collaboration with the residential and out-patient teams she’s worked.  Throughout her career, she has maintained a dedicated focus on working with clients and families, hostage to substance and process addictions, while assisting their healing through evidence-based practices in concert with a trauma resiliency-focused lens.

Cheryl has two horses that she has had more than half her life. Midnight Crystal, age 35 and Houdini, age 24.

Cheryl also loves to Ballroom, Latin and Swing dance.

Kathy Reynolds

Sr. Clinical Manager

Kathy Reynolds LCSW

Sr. Clinical Manager

“THE ILC ENVIRONMENT ALLOWS FOR TRUE HEALING, AND OUR BELIEF IN EMBRACING THE COMPLEXITY OF EACH INDIVIDUAL CLIENT IS WHAT IS UNIQUE TO OUR APPROACH. WE WILL EMBRACE EACH CLIENT AND HELP THEM BACK TO A WAY OF LIVING THAT GIVES THEM CLEAR DIRECTION AND PURPOSE.” – KATHY REYNOLDS

Kathy Reynolds is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working with addiction and mental health clients for two decades. She has experience working with a multitude of mental health issues, as well as spent many years in a residential setting working with addictive disorders. She is passionate about increasing understanding of how adverse childhood experiences (ACES model) impact development and increase the likelihood of mental health struggles and addiction issues.

Kathy has a wealth of experience treating clients at all levels of care and all types of trauma and family of origin issues, and most  recently worked with veterans who have a history of combat trauma and PTSD. She has held the title of Director of Clinical Services in residential settings prior to ILC with an emphasis on clinical program development, and understands the importance of treating each client as the unique individual they are to ensure each person gets the specialized care they need.

For Kathy, it’s important that each client who comes to treatment at ILC gets a chance to unravel the toxic and unhealthy coping mechanisms and behaviors, so that the authentic self can emerge and evolve.

 

Sheena Miller

Clinical Manager

Sheena Miller MA, LPC, MHSP

Clinical Manager

Bio coming soon…

Mark Blakeley

Therapist

Mark Blakeley MS, LAC

Therapist

Bio coming soon…

Sean Coyle

Therapist

Sean Coyle MA, NCC

Therapist

“I love doing what I do because I get to work collaboratively with my clients to help create a life worth living for themselves that they are excited and passionate about.” – Sean Coyle, Therapist

Sean Coyle is a Therapist who has been working in a variety of roles at Integrative Life Center since 2018, one of which being completing his internship while finishing his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Trevecca Nazarene University. Sean leans towards a “show me, don’t tell me” approach to therapy specializing in Experiential/Psychodrama work while mixing in Attachment principles. Sean has also received training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

 

In a past life, Sean worked as an Audio Engineer in various venues around Nashville and enjoys bringing that creativity to his therapeutic work. In his free time, he can be found hiking or enjoying music.

William Feck

Therapist

William Feck EdS, NCC

Therapist

William Feck started his counseling career as a school counselor working with children in high poverty after completing his master’s degree in school counseling at Middle Tennessee State University. In the school setting, he worked with a team to provide school-based behavioral support for children who have internalizing and externalizing at-risk characteristics. After five years of working in the school, he returned to MTSU to pursue his clinical licensure and earned an Education Specialist Degree in Clinical Counseling. He completed his internship at ILC during that time and has since joined as a PRN therapist.
William is trained in Brainspotting Phase I and II and Gottman Level 1. He is a nationally certified counselor (NCC).

Christy Emmons

Therapist

Christy Emmons

Therapist

Bio coming soon…

Jill Flowers

THERAPIST - FAMILY WORKSHOPS

Jill Flowers LPC-MHSP, NCC

THERAPIST - FAMILY WORKSHOPS

Jill Flowers is a Licensed Professional Counselor – Mental Health Service Provider and National Certified Counselor. She holds a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Vanderbilt University with a humanistic and developmental approach to counseling.

Jill is EAGALA Level II (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) trained in equine-assisted psychotherapy, holds EMDR Basic Training from a somatic and attachment-focused perspective, and is trained in Trauma Stage Processing. Her life’s calling is working with individuals, couples and families struggling with addiction and trauma through an integrated use of experiential, psychodrama, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR and equine-assisted psychotherapy. Jill is a native Nashvillian with thirty-five years’ experience owning, breeding, training, and riding horses.

Prior to entering the counseling profession, Jill spent twelve years as an Administrative Officer in non-profit community health outreach. Her connection to this community includes fifteen years utilizing her BBA in Music Business from Belmont University as an Entertainment Financial Manager and Event Coordinator in the music industry.

Her passions are her sons, cycling, adventure travel, snorkeling, music, cooking, and horses.

Travis Steck

Residential Manager

Travis Steck

Residential Manager

Bio coming soon…

Jess Johnson

Residential Manager

Jess Johnson LADAC-C

Residential Manager

Bio coming soon!

Adessa Campbell

MUSIC THERAPIST

Adessa Campbell MT-BC

MUSIC THERAPIST

Bio coming soon…

Danielle Latham

BODYWORKER/MASSAGE THERAPIST

Danielle Latham LMT

BODYWORKER/MASSAGE THERAPIST

“THE LEARNING GOES BOTH WAYS. I’VE GAINED SO MUCH FROM MY WORK WITH ILC CLIENTS. IF IT WERE NOT FOR WHAT THEY TEACH ME, I WOULD NOT BE AS FAR ALONG IN MY OWN SELF-AWARENESS JOURNEY.” – DANIELLE LATHAM

The body provides an entryway to the spirit. Bodyworker Danielle Latham helps ILC clients heal by identifying those points of access through massage and other approaches.

An experienced practitioner, Danielle was trained at the MountainHeart School of Bodywork in Colorado. She holds a therapeutic massage certification and is also certified in somatic mind-body therapy and neuromuscular therapy. Danielle received additional training at Atlantic University as a certified spiritual guidance mentor/holistic coach. Since Integrative Life Center opened in 2010, Danielle has been sharing her healing skills with our clients.

For individuals seeking to rebalance as a result of trauma, depression, eating disorders and other conditions, the process of rediscovering their authentic selves can be facilitated by moving outside the mind and concentrating on the energy within the body. Harnessing that energy can help release the burden of emotional trauma. Many people suffering from addiction have lost the ability to feel, and Danielle works with them to restore the mind-body-spirit connection.

Judy Gibson

ACUPUNCTURIST

Judy Gibson MSOM, DIPL ACU, LAC

ACUPUNCTURIST

For Judy Gibson, acupuncture is more than a vocation, it’s a calling. Judy holds a master’s degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, and has focused her successful acupuncture practice on emotional and behavioral health, specifically addiction and trauma recovery. She successfully uses acupuncture to address co-existing conditions. Since the opening of Integrative Life Center in 2010, Judy has shared her skill and compassion with our clients, focusing on the mind-body-spirit relationship that is the heart of ILC.

Board-certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), Judy is a Tennessee Licensed Acupuncturist and is a registered trainer for the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA). She has undergone extensive training, including a nationally recognized NADA detoxification protocol.

Judy and her husband John Kiefer are the parents of four adult children and three grandchildren. Her off-hours passions include travel, playing the fiddle, studying with a Taoist master and the Chinese exercise practice Qigong.