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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

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Deborah Vines, LCSW - Clinic Director

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.

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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.

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Madeline Walsh, LPC-MHSP

My goal 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.

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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.

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Lisa Wascher, LPC
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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.

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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.

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Brooke LaBarbera, LCSW

I have a direct and validating approach to therapy, where I help you learn how to honor your emotions, while simultaneously figuring out reasonable ways to respond to problems. My goal is to empower my clients to make positive changes in their lives through a willingness to have hard discussions, openness to learning new coping skills and accepting areas that could benefit from increased accountability. 

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Isabella Cipriani-Bluemmel, Clinic Administrator
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Jenny Harmon, LPC, MHSP

I tend towards a systemic approach in my therapeutic practice. This means I believe we all come from and are
consistently a part of, some sort of system. Examples: marriage/family, identity/community, work/professional, etc. I believe when there is a breakdown in one of our systems; we tend to struggle. I enjoy helping people develop a plan to create a better version of themselves, their relationships, and ultimately, a better life.

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Alexandria Adams, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Let’s face it, your mental health impacts every aspect of your health and wellness. I recognize that completely and look forward to connecting you with various treatment options to meet your individual needs. I am committed to working with you to create a realistic and sustainable path to mental wellness.

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Ashley Perkins, M.Ed., LPCC-S, LPC-MHSP

I believe in meeting everyone where they are in their life, whether they are seeking help for depression, anxiety,
substance use, or change of life issues. Nothing is more important than finding the right fit when choosing a
counselor and I always feel honored to work with individuals who choose to invite me on their journey! I utilize a person-centered approach to create a collaborative plan to achieve each client’s individual goals and incorporate elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and brief problem-solving as needed. No one plan works for everyone, so let’s start working together to find yours!

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Mackenzie Mattingly, LCSW

I have always loved the beauty and complexity in each individual’s story and feel incredibly honored to get to do the work that I do. I love meeting children, adolescents, teens, and parents exactly where they are and finding a therapeutic approach that feels empowering, healing, and uplifting to that individual and/or family. I have 7 years of experience coming alongside children, teens, and families to begin to piece together their stories through various tools and modalities as they begin their healing journey.

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Steve Stride, PhD - Psychologist

I know how important it is to be heard especially when facing challenges that feel overwhelming. When someone
takes the time to listen intently and collaborate there is great power to help lighten the burden. It is my intent to connect with you through listening and participation so we can work together to help dissolve the challenges you are facing internally and externally. My ultimate goal is to not only get you to a place where symptoms are reduced, but also where passions and dreams are pursued that give your life meaning and purpose.

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Micole Ezell, MA
Cassie Alexander, TMS Care Coordinator Supervisor
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Mikaela Kelly, TMS Technician

As a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) technician, I aim to create a safe and encouraging environment that will foster your growth along your TMS journey. Whether you need a listening ear or someone to laugh with you about your day, I am here to help you walk through your day-to-day struggles and celebrate you in your victories.  

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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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Jamesha Bland, Medical Office Receptionist

My name is Jamesha Bland. I have a Bachelors of Science in Health Science General concentration. It brings me joy being able to help others and be the first point of contact when a patient enters our facility. You never know what people are going through, so I believe a smile and positive vibes will take you a long way.

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