PSYCHē Pre-Licensed Therapists
“Nonpareil (def): Having no match or equal; unrivaled”
Primary Populations: Singles, Teens & Adults
Specialties: Breakups, Dating, Relationships, DBT, and RO-DBT (Intensively Trained)
Sally is a master at working with singles who have relationship issues (or lacktherof!). She knows how to help you figure out what you want, feel like you deserve it, and then, make it more likely that your dreams become reality. She can quickly help you identify places where you get stuck or get in your own way and work with you to make change happen fast.
Sallys passionate stance of "keeping it real" combined with her belief in staying up-to-date on the latests trends also makes her the perfect fit for “salty” teens. She has experience with relationship distress, mood disorders, anxiety, impulsive behavior, oppositional defiant disorder, and teens at risk for personality disorders.
Besides singles and teens, Sally really knows her DBT and has taught the skills to all ages in group and individual. Sally has succeeded in helping clients where other therapists have failed and is a frequent backup therapist-on-call for the toughest situations between office hours. Learn More...
Caroline is a graduate of Lipscomb University where she obtained her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, with a specialization in conflict management. Caroline is also a Rule 31 Qualified Family Mediator. She completed her undergraduate degree in Music Business from Belmont University and is still actively involved in the music industry. Caroline’s diverse background in psychology, music, sports, and bizarre hobbies contributes to who she is as a therapist.
Caroline specializes in treating adolescents, adults, couples, families and performing artists. She has succeeded in building close relationships with some of the toughest personalities imaginable--because she's the real deal. Caroline has experience working with addiction, self-image issues, self-harm and suicidal ideation, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, relational issues, and existential crisis. Learn More…
Primary Populations: Children & Teens
Specialties: Exposure And Response Prevention (EX/RP) For OCD, Creative Therapies For Children
Trained In EX/RP (Exposure-Response Prevention) For OCD
Emily is a graduate of Lipscomb University where she completed her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Previously, Emily worked in community mental health for 2 years as a Lead Behavior Coach. Prior to that, she spent 4 years as a college athlete and understands the stress and anxiety of performing when the stakes are high. Emily believes in her clients and their abilities even when they don't recognize them themselves.
Emily specializes in treating children, adolescents, young adults, and athletes. She provides supportive therapy and specializes in therapy for children that actually works. She is interested in treating mood disorders, trauma, addiction, behavioral concerns, and childhood disorders. Learn More…
Primary Populations: Adults & Teens
Specialities: LGBTQIA Issues
Addy is a graduate of Lipscomb University where she completed her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Addy earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Development from the University of Arizona. Being born and raised in Southern California, Addy offers clients a welcoming, laid-back smile while also providing a gentle challenge when change is necessary. Addy holds a strong passion and commitment to “letting you know whatsup.” Her goal is for clients to leave every session knowing she gave them her all.
Addy also specializes in treating children, adolescents, young adults, and supportive therapy for parents/caregiver. Addy’s interest in multicultural issues sparked her niche for identity development, which encompasses, self-understanding, gender roles, family values, and self-awareness. She has experience working with LGBQIA+, transgender, and gender nonconforming clients. She provides an approach that is both educational and affirming. Learn More…
Primary Populations: Adolescents and Women
Specialties: Substance Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Codependency
Nikki is a natural “people person” with a knack for making others smile. As far as client personalities, Nikki is a rare because she does well with them all! She knows how to balance warmth with “keeping it real” to help people feel comfortable, but still challenged. She believes in the power of positive self-talk and is committed to help her clients create a life they think is actually worth living. Nikki specializes in treating substance abuse and addiction, anxiety, depression, codependency, perfectionism, self-esteem issues, and trauma.
Nikki received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from MTSU in 2016 and her undergraduate degree from Austin Peay State University in 2011. Nikki has several years of experience working in mental and behavioral health treatment with a variety of ages including children, adolescents, and adults. Most recently, she has served as a Primary Therapist in a professional women’s residential program specializing in recovery from substance abuse and mood disorders. Learn More…
Primary Populations: Teens and Adults
Blakely Hunze is a unicorn. We say this not only because she is a true, born-and-raised Nashville native, but Blakely is one of those truly caring and driven individuals who will stick beside her clients no matter the challenges and difficulties that they face. With her calm, witty, and occasionally sarcastic personality, she brings out the light in everyone she meets. Realistic and unafraid of a challenge, Blakely is passionate about and experienced in treating adolescents and adults facing trauma, substance abuse, addictions, and behavioral concerns such as performance anxiety.
A graduate of Lipscomb University, Blakely obtained a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in addictions. She also attended Middle Tennessee State University for her Bachelor’s degree where she studied Anthropology while concentrating in forensic anthropology and archaeology. Previously, Blakely worked in a psychiatric hospital specializing in patients with thought disorders. She has experience working with adolescent males struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, and she has also practiced in an inpatient setting that utilizes the 12-Step program.
During her downtime, Blakely most enjoys activities such as traveling, hiking, and becoming a connoisseur of coffee. When she is not reading or being near the ocean, she spends time with her dog, Louie. A lover of a good pun with a sense of humor you will never forget, Blakely’s drive is in empowering her clients to find their own voice and inner strength again.. Learn More…