Our Team

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Are you experiencing personal difficulties? If your emotional & mental health, relationships, career and any other area of your life could use a transformation than our psychotherapy services can help you! We offer the support and tools you need to thrive. Our team will help you find a positive & healthy head-space and life.

Our Team of Therapists 

Our team is educated, accredited and experienced psychotherapists. Who are equipped and passionate about helping with any emotional and mental health issues as well as personal and professional needs. Our therapists are genuine, warm and caring because they feel their purpose in life is to help make a difference in the lives of clients like you.

Tinyca Bryan

Email: info@becomingcounselingsnc.com
Phone (910) 644-0307 ext. 1

Hi. I’m Tinyca Bryan. I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of North Carolina. More specifically, I am someone who sparks change in people’s lives.

I help individuals, who desire to experience clarity and confidence in their lives, but feel like their reality is one of hopelessness. I provide supportive counseling to these individuals by exploring their history and uncovering patterns that they may not be aware of so that they can begin to move forward, gain more control of their emotions and start living the life they thought to be unattainable.

I know from my years of experience in working with adolescents and adults who struggle with issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, relational issues, low self-esteem, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and more, that there is hope and you have the ability to overcome and not only live life but thrive in it. If you are ready to do the work, you will be amazed at how capable you are to explore parts of yourself that you never new existed. The process of therapy can help you gain necessary skills that will aid in your personal growth.

I applaud you for taking the first step towards improving your emotional well-being. I believe that each one of use are capable and deserving of fulfilled lives. I realize that it can be difficult to talk to someone you’re meeting for the first time. However, I value the innate self-determination of my clients and empower them to move at a pace which feels most comfortable.

If you are ready to explore what is hindering you from becoming your best version of you, and want to figure out what to do next, then give me a call or drop me an email. See you soon!

Jessica Jones

Email: info@becomingcounselingsnc.com
Phone (910) 644-0307 ext. 2

"Healing yourself is generational wealth”-Charlamagne Tha God
While there are many different reasons for people to seek therapy, I believe that great therapy always begins in the context of a safe and supportive relationship. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process in which I use my skills and experience to help clients with whatever challenges or struggles they face. I support clients from a supportive, non-judgmental space honoring where they are and where they want to go.
My educational background includes Liberty University, BS in Psychology and the University of Southern California, Master of Social Work. I am a certified Anger Management Specialist and a Certified Facilitator of Parenting the Positive Discipline Way Group. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I have learned from and worked alongside some of the most innovative and inspiring therapists gaining experience with various patient populations along the way.
My passions include collaborating with adolescents and adults around such issues as ADHD and executive functioning, stress management, trauma, anxiety, and mood disorders, with a broad goal of promoting emotional well-being and resiliency in the context of these issues.
In my personal life, I enjoy hiking, traveling, and reading. My faith is an important part of my foundation and has shaped the woman that I have become. As a woman of color, I believe that it is my duty to help to eradicate the stigma of therapy within the black and brown communities.