Everlasting Arms Family Counseling Centers


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Pamela Riggs, MAE, LPCC, BIP:   Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, KY State Certified Batter Intervention Provider. Specializing in: relationship therapy for adults and children,  early and adolescent behavioral disorders, domestic violence services for both offenders and victims. Many years of experience providing  individual, family, marriage, and group therapy. Supervising therapist/owner



Debbie Buonocore, M. Ed, LPCA:  I received my Master's degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College. Through graduate internships and employment, I have worked in a variety of practice settings, including correctional, academic, intensive outpatient, transitional living, and private practice.  I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults on a number of issues, including but not limited to: anger management, stress management, life adjustments, grief and loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, parenting, LGBTQ, and other mental health and life struggles. When you step into my office, my immediate goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, and excepting environment, in which you can express yourself without fear or judgement. I am here to help you build on your personal strengths and attain the personal growth you're capable of accomplishing.
Tammy Henderson, M. Ed, LPCA: Completed state required curriculum. Interned counseling individuals with multiple disorders ranging from anxiety and depression to PTSD and recovering from substance abuse. Client centered approach with an emphasis on prevention.  Work with individuals and groups to promote optimal mental and emotional health. Experienced in helping individuals deal with issues associated with addictions and substance abuse, family, parenting, marital problems; as well as stress management, self-esteem, anger management, and the grief process.

David M. Burgoon, LPCA;  I am a graduate from liberty university with a masters of the arts in professional counseling, with a focus on crisis and trauma. I am a state certified Batterer Intervention Provider (KY state certified), as well as a retired MSG, US Army. I strive to help others change their lives to become more self reliant. I have worked with individuals in the field for over 14 years. I have also worked as a master resilience trainer for 5 plus years helping people to over come life obstacles. I work with all populations and have experience with working with families, children and  military veterans

Regina Hancock, M. Ed., LPCA:  I am a Lindsey Wilson graduate working on my LPCC, with 5 years of experience in the field of Human Services. I have worked with Drug Court and Mental Health Court to gain experience in the field of substance abuse counseling and mental health counseling. I have also worked with Everlasting Arms Family Counseling Centers for the past year where I have gained experience working with people of all ages in individual, family, and group settings, including a parenting group.  Prior to working as a counselor, I worked with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a day program and or residential homes. It is my passion to help people and to give them the knowledge to help themselves.

Wynna Branstetter, MeD, MFT intern;  I am a Marriage and Family Therapist inter, with a specialty in children and adolescents. My goal is to help the family reduce stress, increase understanding, and help clients modify destructive behaviors. After teaching 29 years, I served as a CASA advocate for 3 years, which encouraged my interest in families in crisis. I believe that clients hold the keys to their own success and need the guidance to use them.

Ashley Tarrence BA, CSS supervisor, Parenting Class Leader;   I have a Bachelors degree, in human services,  from Lindsay Wilson College. I have worked with families and groups in local communities. I aspire to help make the communities we live in be the best they can possibly be.