JOSHUA ZELLO

LPC- MHSP

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JOSHUA ZELLO

LPC-MHSP-LCS

Not accepting clients at this time. 

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LEAH STINNETT

LPC-MHSP

Individual Counseling.  Traditional and Online.

"Our counselors have been carefully selected for their depth of experience, knowledge, and sincere care for those they serve.  They each have a unique set of strengths, allowing our team to address a diverse range of community needs." 
 
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Amy Coffey

LMFT - NCC

Individual and Couples Counseling. EMDR Trained.

WILLIAM MOORE

LPC-MHSP

Couples and Individual Counseling.  

Allie Haskew

LPC-MHSP

Individual Counseling

 

JOSHUA ZELLO:  LPC-MHSP-LCS

NOT ACCEPTING CLIENTS AT THIS TIME

 

IN NETWORK WITH:  Blue Cross Blue Shield, BlueCare, United Health, Cigna, Tri-Care, Aetna, Anthem, Beacon, Behavioral Health Systems, First Sun EAP, Optum EAP, AcessOne EAP

As a counselor, I empower individuals to overcome obstacles and disturbances in their lives. Feeling stuck and overwhelmed by life’s stressors is normal, and the counseling relationship is a foundational tool for moving in a more intentional, positive direction. I offer unique guidance on life’s “curve balls”, spiritual issues, and processing change, while providing creative ways to reconsider how you interact with the world around you.

We often need a challenge to take control and become unstuck, and my counseling provides that challenge in a safe, empathetic way. In moving forward, we examine past and present issues to gain insight into your current emotional reactions – building a solid foundation for new ways to approach your relationships and place in life. This examination is most effective when infusing counseling services with psychological exploration, aspects of spirituality, personal examination, and incorporation of nature.

In my experience, relational difficulty, anxiety and depression, and processing traumatic events are the most prevalent issues for which my clients seek help. Though this may be a norm, I regularly work with clients experiencing other hardships. I am proud to offer my counseling services in individual or group settings.

jzello@infotraverse.com

423.310.8206

 

LEAH STINNETT LPC-MHSP

IN NETWORK WITH:  Blue Cross Blue Shield, BlueCare, United Health, Cigna, Aetna, Anthem, Behavioral Health Systems, First Sun EAP, Optum EAP

Welcome to Traverse Counseling! My name is Leah Stinnett, and I’m so glad you’ve found us. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I work with individuals and specialize in incorporating a Christian viewpoint into therapy. I love helping clients identify areas of beliefs that go against God’s nature of love, so they can live free of fear and hopelessness!  Most of my clients are young adults and adults. Many clients specifically seek my approach of counseling to work through past emotional hurts, current life changes, college and relational stress, anxiety, depression, and areas of life where they feel stuck.  I've worked with children and teens in the past, but currently, my caseload is extremely limited in accepting new minor clients.

Although I often incorporate Christian values and beliefs into therapy,  I also focus on attachment issues.  Childhood emotional wounds play a critical role in how adults view themselves and the world around them. By working through past wounds, a client can know that regardless of what they learned as a child, they are loved, valuable, important, and worthy.   I accept most major insurances, or you can self pay at a rate of $65 a session. You can call your insurance company to see if I’m in-network.  My heart was built to encourage people. If you’re looking for encouragement during a difficult time, this is the right place for you.

Give therapy a chance. Give me a call. You’ve come this far. Let’s take the next step together!

423.310.8206

lstinnett@infotraverse.com

BILL MOORE LPC-MHSP

IN NETWORK WITH:  Blue Cross Blue Shield, BlueCare, United Health, Cigna, Tri-Care, Anthem, First Sun EAP, Optum EAP

Many times in life we are faced with challenges that we did not expect or even see coming. We may not have the personal experience or the background to know how to handle or cope with the situation. It may involve a life change or a lot of emotional pain. We may feel that our life will never be the same. Sometimes we may feel that our life is over. We may not know what the next move needs to be. Maybe we just need an environment where we can work through the emotional pain. Maybe it is time to get a
new direction in life.

 

As a mental health therapist I like to get to know people and understand how they think. I like to learn about their background and where they came from. Once this has been established we can better understand the challenges that are facing them. We can work together to find a solution that will better change their life. Although the process can be difficult at times it is an opportunity for growth.


For the past sixteen years I have worked with adults struggling with issues in individual, couples or group therapy. This may involve using techniques to be able to see things differently or a better understanding of who we are. Sometimes we just need someone to listen as we process what is going on in our life. It is my goal to offer support and guidance to individuals as they learn how to cope with life’s challenges. It takes courage to ask for help. But remember seeking help from a counselor is like taking a class or getting help from a friend. Many times we try to get help from others in life, but they may not be trained to help. Maybe it is time to get help from someone that has been trained and has a passion to help. If you are having trouble with changes in life or just want to make a change, give me a call at Traverse Counseling to set up an appointment.

423.310.8206

bmoore@infotraverse.com

 
 

Allie Haskey - LPC-MHSP

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Currently Applying for Insurances - Private Pay Only

I believe that the role of a counselor is to be a "fellow traveler" for someone struggling with the difficulties of life. I am passionate about meeting people in the midst of their struggles and helping them navigate the delicate balance of acceptance and change. Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, addictions, relationship distress, or trauma, we can work together to help you experience a life worth living.

 

In working with my clients, I utilize a variety of therapeutic interventions including person-centered, mind-body, cultural-relational, cognitive-behavioral, and dialectical behavioral therapies. I have experience working with adults with a history of eating disorders, substance abuse, and chronic pain and illness.

 

Life can be difficult. It is often even more challenging when we try to do it on our own. It is a privilege to walk alongside people during their struggles, and I would love to support you as you navigate yours.

 

Allie is a licensed, Nationally Certified Counselor with a Masters Degree in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University. She also holds an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Development from Maryville College. Since graduating in 2019, Allie has been providing counseling for individuals seeking to find healing within themselves, their relationships, and with their bodies. Allie has experiences working with individuals who have histories of eating disorders, substance abuse, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and trauma. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques and interventions to help her clients better understand themselves and their abilities in order to live more meaningful lives. Allie strives to be a “fellow traveler” to her patients by walking alongside them as they navigate life’s challenges.

423.310.8206

ahaskew@infotraverse.com

Amy Coffey LMFT-NCC

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IN NETWORK WITH:  Blue Cross Blue Shield and Private Pay

As a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, I believe that it is in brokenness that we find strength and that it is in the darkest places that hope and healing emerge. My passion is helping individuals grow strong in the midst of their pain and brokenness. I am passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families who have experienced trauma and/or life transition issues, helping them to walk through the process of healing and recovery.


I believe that therapy is a holistic process that I approach from an interpersonal, trauma-informed, family systems perspective. I approach therapy from a Christian worldview and integrate faith into the counseling process according to the client's views and desires. I am also trained in and used trauma-focused treatments such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Sensorimotor Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). I work with the following issues: trauma, childhood sexual abuse, PTSD, relationship/interpersonal issues, couples/marriage therapy, codependency, infidelity, depression, spirituality issues, self-esteem/identity, family of origin issues, grief and loss, adjustment and phase of life issues.

423.310.8206

acoffey@inftoraverse.com