Carrie Phelps, LMHC, LMT, CST-T
Certified in Craniosacral Therapy Techniques
I am dual licensed as a licensed mental health counselor and licensed massage therapist. I do not do massage however I use my hands-on license for Craniosacral therapy. My passion is helping people feel more connected to their bodies and their lives. So many of us go around on auto pilot and just do what in front of us, we go go go until we crash and burn out, or turn to self-medicate with drugs, alcohol, sex, food, relationship etc.…. So, I combine the mind, body, sprit aspect of ourselves with the Craniosacral therapy. With this light touch therapy, we can go deep down to rediscover and release our blocks and restrictions that hold us back physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Kristina McBride, MA (LPC in GA)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
I am a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist that is passionate about providing patients with the insight and tools needed to make productive changes in their lives. I believe that by gaining insight to underlying Mental Health and Addiction, patients will be able to develop the skills and understanding to better manage these issues. As a mother of three, I feel having life balance is the key to success. Having this balance leads to emotional, mental and physical health and I work to instill these concepts in those I work with. When I am not providing a therapeutic role at Centerpointe, I am working behind the scenes as the Program Manager. I assist with authorization and coordination of insurance for the patients that are enrolled in our programs. I am eager to assist with any questions you may have along your journey of recovery.
Jeffrey C. Anglin, MSW, CAP
Board Certified Addictions Professional
I grew up in Columbus, Ohio. I started drinking in my early 20’s and found the precious gift of recovery 18 years later. In 2002, my brother and father died in close succession. When that happened, I looked at my life and realized that I wasn’t following my bliss, so I started a private practice in Sarasota, Florida. Early in my career, I found working with alcoholics and addicts to be an extremely rewarding calling. In the ensuing decades, I earned a reputation in the community for successfully treating these survivors, and caring for them became the focus of my practice. The apostle Paul encouraged us to “bear one another’s burdens,” and I believe this is part of the role of a counselor. Two and a half decades after I began, I start each day with enthusiasm and profound gratitude. Therapy is an exquisite amalgam of art and science, and I am honored to help people who chose that path.
Cheryl Andrews, LCSW
All of us have times when we are feeling overwhelmed or even in crisis. My role is to support you through these tough times to achieve the balance and peace that you seek in your life. Therapy can provide insight to develop the coping skills you need to live your life to the fullest. I am an effective trauma therapist and I work with a wide variety of people who need help overcoming addiction, managing anxiety, depression, and who want to gain insight to build the connections they need to have balance and harmony.