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Brentwood Clinic Family Care Center

Family Care Center - Brentwood, TN

105 Continental Place, Ste 105, Brentwood, TN 37027

Phone: 615-623-4617

Fax: 615-534-2186

Behavioral Health Services for Williamson County in Brentwood

Family Care Center Brentwood is located at 105 Continental Place, Ste 105, Brentwood, TN 37027. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive behavioral health services, including counseling, medication management, and more. We aim to provide a welcoming, compassionate, and safe environment for people from all walks of life. At Family Care Center, we believe that individuals can heal from mental health issues, as long as they have the right support, and we’re proud to provide the residents of Williamson County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

Lametria Johnson Family Care CEnter
Lametria Johnson, Ed.D., LPC-MHSP-S

Sometimes in life, things get hard, and we don’t always know how to navigate our struggles.
Whether it is facing a significant change, dealing with the chaos of life, or even trying to identify
what your struggle is, I’m here! We all have our “stuff”, but we don’t always know how to deal
with it in an emotionally healthy manner. I’m here to help you navigate your emotional wellbeing to truly live, and not just exist.

Deborah Vines family care center
Deborah Vines, LCSW

I am a trauma-focused psychotherapist. I have been through my own healing process from early childhood trauma and I’ve therefore experienced this process from both sides – as a facilitator and healer and as a soul in need of healing. I strongly believe in the therapeutic relationship as a “safe space” and relational context for positive change.

Chloe Lee family care center
Chloe Lee, LPC-MHSP

I provide a safe and empowering environment that allows for positive change and personal growth by meeting a person where they are. My passion is helping others become confident in who they are and how they function in the world.

I use a fun and creative approach using art therapy alongside traditional counseling. This can help you express yourself beyond words through different art mediums, by working through different emotions and accomplishing personal goals.

Madeline Walsh family care center
Madeline Walsh, LPC-MHSP

My goals is to create a safe and nonjudgmental space to support you through your therapeutic goals. Life is complicated and challenging at times, but you do not have
to do it alone. I will be there to walk with you through some of your most difficult moments and celebrate each victory as they come. Together we will work towards helping you become your true authentic self.

Mary Hale family care center
Mary Hale, LPC-MHSP

One of the hardest things about starting therapy is getting in the door. I will continue to strive to meet my clients where they are, provide information and answer all questions along the way, and provide a safe and comfortable environment for people to show up where they are each day.

Anastasia Gray family care center
Anastasia Gray, MA

I welcome all with a warm smile and kind vibes. As a Medial Assistant, I’m here to assist your provider in giving you the best treatment. No questions or concerns are off limits.  I’m here for you! How can I assist you today?  

Heather Brown family care center
Heather Brown, PA-C

Making your mental health a priority can be intimidating and a difficult first step. My goal is to make you feel comfortable during this process by being kind, compassionate, and humble so you can achieve total mental, physical, and spiritual wellness. I find it delightful to see my patients happy, motivated, and living their best lives.

Victoria Maclellan family care center
Victoria Maclellan, APRN, PMHNP-BC

I have always been passionate about mental health, and it has been my goal to help people to reach their mental health needs. If you are on this page looking for a provider, welcome! The first step of looking for help can be the hardest at times. I believe in holistic healthcare, which is treating the mind, body, and spirit. Physical health and mental health are closely related and treating one can positively impact the other. My hope is to create a warm and welcoming space for you to feel safe and comfortable. Together we will talk about treatment options, education, and goals to best serve you on your health journey! 

Jasmine Baptiste, LMFT

Experiencing disappointment is an inevitable part of life, and it’s essential to feel safe and comfortable when sharing personal experiences. My primary objective is to provide hope in a non-judgmental and safe environment. I take pleasure in exploring innovative solutions that can help you achieve your full potential, despite the challenges you may be facing, such as depression or emotional distress. I understand that the healing process is not always straightforward, and I am here to support you every step of the way. Let’s begin this journey together.

Tommy Johnson family care center
Tommy Johnson, LMFT

I enjoy working with many different individuals going through their own unique struggles. I believe that I especially excel at working with individuals who are having symptoms associated with depression, anxiety, addiction, and/or relational issues. I’m excited to work with individuals, couples, and families who are ready to acknowledge how difficult moments in their life have caused pain, shame, or deep regret. It is then our task in therapy to sort through these painful pieces of their life and create a roadmap toward a more whole future.

Chanella Clark family care center
Chanella Clark, LPC

Do you feel sad, anxious, and irritable and don’t know why? Do you lack energy and motivation to accomplish even minor tasks at home, work, or school? Are you struggling to put your life back in order? Therapy will allow you to make meaning of our difficult life experiences and open up to new ways of thinking, feeling, and being. I strive to provide a safe and supportive environment where clients can learn to identify and express your emotions effectively, develop healthy ways of coping with difficult emotions, improve the quality of relationships, and increase self-esteem and sense of self-worth.

Abbie Ayers family care center
Abbie Ayers, Clinic Administrator

With extensive experience as a behavioral healthcare administrator, I have had the privilege of working in both the non-profit and private sectors. Throughout my career, I have dedicated myself to building successful programs and developing high-performing teams that effectively address the needs of individuals in need of mental health support. One of the core beliefs that fuels my work is the understanding that individuals should not be defined by their trauma. I am committed to creating a supportive and empowering environment that fosters growth and resilience.  

Erika Kuhnast family care center
Erika Kuhnast, Med Office Receptionist

After completing my bachelor’s degree in psychology, I knew I wanted to work in behavioral health. Starting therapy can be hard, and I’m here to be a friendly resource and to answer questions along the way. By cultivating a welcoming and efficient front desk, I hope to be a positive first point of contact for all patients that walk through our doors.

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