Meet Our Team
Jenna Britt, PhD, LPC/ MHSP
Owner, Clinical Director
Dr. Jenna Britt started as a therapist in 2003, has been licensed as an LPC/MHSP in the state of TN since 2008, and recently finished her PhD in Psychology. She approaches counseling from a solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral background blended with family systems theory. “Every client who walks in the door has walked a unique path in life and has a unique story to share with the world. As a clinical therapist, I collaborate with clients to reach the goals that are most important to them and to do so in a way that increases their self-respect and confidence.” Her goal is to help clients process life’s struggles in a meaningful way and gain coping skills they can use in a variety of situations.
Dr. Britt has been married for 20 years. She and her husband, Bryan, have two adolescent children. The family has faced significant challenges over the past 10 years due to a central nervous system disorder that Bryan has, and they credit the Lord for the peace they experience and for faithfully carrying them each step of the way. Dr. Britt is happy to be back in practice after taking a few years away from the clinical realm. She considers it a great privilege to get to do this work and is committed to providing clients the highest level of care with the best research-backed treatment methods available. She is also trained in EMDR as a specialized mode of trauma therapy and also for helping those who suffer from anxiety and depression.
Marci Weaver, LCSW, RYT-200
Clinical Therapist, Director of Operations, Yoga teacher
Marci Weaver holds a masters of social work from Florida State University and is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Tennessee. Throughout her years of experience, she has worked in the fields of foster care and adoption, addiction and recovery, and outpatient counseling. Marci desires to empower her clients to recognize their inherent worth and encourage them to have compassion for themselves and others. She has experience treating clients of all ages; and her primary areas of expertise include treating anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief, loss and trauma.
Marci is trained in EMDR, which is most commonly used to treat trauma or other ongoing issues that do not respond to traditional therapy methods. She also has a special interest in using experiential therapy techniques such as trauma sensitive yoga and expressive arts. She offers therapeutic yoga classes for groups and individuals at our facility.
Marci and her husband, Glenn, have two dogs, Jax and Frankfurter ("Furt").
Micah Loyd, LPC/MHSP, NCC
Micah Loyd holds a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. She currently has her temporary LPC license in the state of TN while completing her supervision hours. She has experience in both private practice and residential treatment. Micah has worked closely with those dealing with addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, marriage counseling, and relationship issues. She loves hearing her client’s unique story and walking with them through whatever life brings their way. Micah desires to help her clients get out of survival mode by opening their hearts and learning more of who they are so they can live life fully they way God made them.
Micah has been married to her husband, Kevin, for 10 years. They have 3 children, a dog named Macey, and love doing anything outdoors together.
Matthew Grinder, MS, NCC
Matthew holds a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Freed-Hardeman University and is in the process of completing requirements to obtain licensure in the state of Tennessee as a licensed professional counselor and mental health service provider (LPC/MHSP). Matthew is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). He is a trained facilitator of the Prepare/Enrich assessment tool. Whether a couple has been married for several years or is in need of pre-marital counseling, the Prepare/Enrich assessment can serve as a powerful tool for you! Prepare/Enrich will explore several areas of your relationship through a strength based approach to help you grow together.
Matthew also has experience in university counseling centers as well as youth and family ministry. He has experience working with clients dealing with: anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma, pornography/sex addiction, pre-marital/engagement counseling, grief and loss, stress, and spiritual concerns.
Matt and his wife Lauren have been married for 4 years and have a Blue Heeler named Luna.
Luke T. Guard, M.S
Luke T. Guard holds a masters of science in clinical mental health counseling and is in the process of completing requirements to obtain licensure in the state of TN as a licensed professional counselor and mental health service provider (LPC/MHSP). He has worked in both intensive-outpatient and private practice settings and has experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Luke desires to meet clients where they are and walk with them through the counseling process to achieve their goals, generate healthier and more functional habits, and become who God truly created them to be. He takes an integrative and holistic approach that highly values the client-counselor relationship and acknowledges each client’s unique cognitive, emotional, physical, behavioral, relational, and spiritual needs. Luke approaches counseling from a cognitive-behavioral background while utilizing psychodynamic, interpersonal, and family systems theory. Luke is an EMDR Trained Clinician in working with children, adolescents, and adults. Luke collaborates with adolescents (age 12+) and adults and has worked with clients dealing with ADHD, addiction, depression, emotional dysregulation, family concerns, grief & loss, relationship issues, stress & anxiety, transitional issues, and trauma.
Luke and his wife, Ashton, have been married for nine years and have one son named Hudson. They have ministered to young people for over a decade. They live in Memphis.
Hannah Coffman, M.S.
Clinical Therapist/ Play Therapist
Hannah Coffman holds a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Freed Hardeman University. She is currently working on becoming an LPC/ MHSP.
Her experience includes the adoption process, post adoptive families, children, and teenagers. Hannah has been trained in PCIT, Thereplay, and Child Centered Play Therapy. She desires to empower her clients with God's Truth.
Hannah has been married to her husband, Jonathan, for almost 15 years. They live in Jackson and have 4 children.
Kim Henry, M.S.
Graduate Intern, Freed-Hardeman University
Kim is working on a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Freed-Hardeman University. She is currently a third year counseling student completing her internship and hopes to graduate in May 2021.
She has a passion for working with children, adolescents, and teens and takes every opportunity to interact with and help them grow. During her internship, Kim hopes to develop her therapeutic skills in working with young people and to remind them that they're not alone.
Kim likes to travel, read, bake, and the occasional Netflix binge. After completing her Master's degree, she wants to pursue becoming a Licensed Therapist and specialize in Play Therapy.