Catherine TourangeauLPC-MHSP, NCC
Cris CannonD. Min, LPC-MHSP
Alison D. Peak LCSW has spent the majority of her career dedicated to two primary passions: integrated behavioral health services in primary care settings and Infant Mental Health. Alison has an MSW from the University of Michigan with an emphasis in Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth and two post-graduate certificates: Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Settings and Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health. Working with primary care settings to increase recognition of behavioral health needs and increase access to quality behavioral health services is one of the key ways that Allied Behavioral Health Solutions strives for better outcomes for all. Clinically, Alison is passionate about working with families with children who are adopted, who have histories of early trauma, and families with infants/very young children.
- Infant Mental Health
- Histories of Early Trauma
- BSW, BA-Spanish: Belmont University (2009)
- MSW-Interpersonal Practice in Children and Youth: University of Michigan, School of Social Work (2010)
Hillary Thomas, LPC-MHSP has been working with children and their families since the start of her career, with a passion for helping kids overcome barriers, improve relationships, and discover their strengths. Hillary has helped children with a wide range of needs, and is experienced in diverse approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), play therapy, and attachment-based family therapy. Hillary is licensed in the state of Tennessee as an LPC-MHSP (Licensed Professional Counselor with a Mental Health Service Provider designation) and is a TBRI practitioner (Trust Based Relational Intervention).
- Adoption and Attachment
- Anxiety and Depression
- Behavioral Challenges
- Grief and Loss
- School Difficulties, Social Struggles, Bullying
- B.A. Psychology: Lipscomb University (2010)
- B.S. Professional Counseling: Lipscomb University (2012)
Catherine Tourangeau, LPC-MHSP, NCC began her career in hospital settings treating substance use disorders before entering community-based mental health where she focused on co-occurring disorders. Catherine has an MEd in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University where her training focused on multiculturally competent counseling across adolescent and adult populations. Catherine believes in taking a flexible and eclectic counseling approach to meet clients where they are in life. Catherine is passionate about creating a collaborative relationship with clients to build a range of coping skills and increase wellbeing.
- Mood Disorders
- Substance Use Disorders
- Couples & Marriage Counseling
- LGBTQ Issues
- Adjustment Issues
- BA Psychology: New York University (2011)
- MEd – Counseling Psychology, MA Psychology: Columbia University, Teachers College (2014)
Cris Cannon, D. Min., LPC/MHSP, CCMHC, ACS brings a varied background of serving those who require care and compassion. As a parish minister, hospital and hospice chaplain, mental health therapist, clinical director, professor, and consultant, Cris has walked many paths with persons in need. His doctoral work in death and grief provides the background for exploring the issues of life and loss in their varied expressions. Cris believes that the core of the therapeutic relationship is the creation of a dynamic and empathic relationship with his clients. He is licensed as a Professional Counselor in Tennessee with Mental Health Service Provider designation, is a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, and is an Approved Clinical Supervisor for counselors in training.
- Master of Divinity, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (1981)
- Doctor of Ministry, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (1986)
- Master of Arts, Counselor Education, East Carolina University (1996)
- Family of origin issues
- Substance abuse
- Spiritual/religious concerns
- Personal growth and development
- Family conflict
- Relationship issues