Jeanne is with us several days a week to assist you in the counseling process and make your experience as smooth as possible. Jeanne offers years of experience in office administration and has a background in mental health both of which provide additional understanding when working to help you with what you are looking for.
Robyn Harrison-Taft, MA, LPC, NCC
Robyn earned her M.A. in Counseling from West Virginia University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She has effectively worked with children, adolescents, families, and adults. During her fifteen years experience in the mental health field she has provided community education, worked with clients through life transitions, as well as effectively helped those dealing with depression, anxiety, domestic violence, and ADHD. She has worked in many clinical settings including: community agencies, an outpatient psychiatric office, and a private counseling agency. She also has experience in a public school system. She has completed the Level 2 training in the Gottman Method of couples therapy. Lastly, she is a family mediator.
” I want to see my client’s whole life picture and work to provide a plan that fits their goals. My practice includes a range of client types, each being unique. I believe that everyone has the power to change. I meet my clients where they are and I strive to provide a safe, nonjudgmental and supportive environment to facilitate that change. I look forward to working with you in making the change you seek.”
Jennifer Newman MSW, LICSW
Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker; having received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. Jennifer began her career working with home-based agencies where she worked with at-risk children and adolescents. She has spent several years working in medical settings providing individual and group counseling to adults, children and adolescents. Jennifer has worked extensively with individuals who are experiencing grief and loss issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem and adjustment issues.
Jennifer incorporates her co-therapist, therapy dog, Willow. Research studies have documented the benefits of incorporating animals into therapeutic settings. Animals can enhance the mental health of people by providing unconditional affection, especially during times of transitions or difficulty. Willow is a female Golden Retriever who provides Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT). Willow is always cheerful and happy to see you. She offers enthusiastic greetings and never stops wagging her tail until all are settled into session. Once in session she becomes calm and seems to sense just what her clients need. Willow and Jennifer have worked together over the past 3 years and have interacted with different people, environments, and other animals. Willow has completed the necessary training to become a certified therapy dog which ensures she has the appropriate temperament to make people feel comfortable.
“My role as a counselor is to help individuals; I cannot push you or pull you through your experience, I can only walk along side of you offering professional assistance to move you forward in your life. I work collaboratively with my client’s to identify goals they can work towards in a safe, nonjudgmental and supportive environment. “
Jennifer Newman works as a contracted therapist with Two Rivers Counseling, LLC and is her own entity.
Sarah Anderson MA, LPC, NCC
Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC) having received her degree from West Virginia University. Sarah has worked with children, adolescents and adults in many settings that include group homes, in-home services, a community health agency and a psychiatric hospital. In addition to her counseling experience Sarah has also held positions as an admissions specialist and a clinical supervisor. Her theoretical orientations are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Rational Emotive Therapy. She is currently undergoing training to be certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
“I think therapy assists with uncovering or improving strengths and resources that may have been forgotten due to overwhelming life circumstances. Whether you are an individual, child, couple, or family, I believe each person possesses strengths and resources to solve their problems and improve their quality of life. I provide a safe, supportive environment to explore barriers, trauma, and conflict, as well as to heal and identify resolutions. I look forward to assisting you on your journey towards wellness.”
Jacqueline Raugh, PLPC
Jacqueline is currently a provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of West Virginia under the supervision of Sarah Anderson, MA, LPC, ALPS. Jacqueline earned her Master of Science in School Counseling from Purdue University and continued her education through Walden University giving her the credentials necessary to seek licensure as a professional counselor. In her professional career, she has worked in several settings with individuals of various ages and has been active in the school setting as an educator and later as a School Guidance Counselor. She has experience as a Crisis Worker in a hospital setting as well as serving as a Masters Level Therapist with a community mental health center. There she saw individual clients and ran therapy and psychoeducational groups. In addition to her experience in the counseling field she also served as a Victim’s Advocate aiding victims of crimes in navigating the legal process and as a Shelter Worker in a program for victims of domestic violence.
Heather Rainey, LICSW
Heather is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Virginia and West Virginia. She received her Masters in Clinical Social Work from George Mason University and has over 7 years experience as an individual and group therapist working with populations from adolescents to adults. Heather has experience working in different settings that include a correctional facility for adults as well as a public school concentrating at the middle and high school levels. Heather has focused her research and education on working with the LGBTQ+ community, including navigating gender identity and sexual orientation. She is well versed in working with the family members of those with substance abuse issues. In addition, Heather has experience treating those with trauma, anxiety and depression.
“I believe in creating a safe therapeutic space that fosters growth for everyone I work with. Together we can explore and process life experiences so you feel seen and heard.”
Heather Rainey works as a contracted therapist with Two Rivers Counseling, LLC and is her own entity.