Focusing on healing relationships and families

Jennifer Weller, MFTI

Marriage and Family counseling

 

                

                                           Choosing a therapist is a very personal decision, so let me tell you about myself. I graduated from                                                            Lee University’s  Marriage and Family Therapy program in May 2020 and am currently in the process of                                          obtaining my temporary license through the State of Tennessee.  This means that I have completed all of my graduate course work, have had more than 500 hours of experience in individual, couples and family counseling, and have completed 100 hours of supervision through a licensed therapist.  Post graduates continue in a supervision for two years after graduation, meaning that like most medical professionals, a licensed therapist will continue to supervise my work through consultation meetings once or twice a week.  My current supervisor is Dr. Eddie Stone.    


I have been married to my husband for 15 years and  have four beautiful children. With my children starting families of their own, I cherish the time we have together as a family.   In my free time, my husband and I love to travel and look forward to future adventures together.

I believe that every individual has the wisdom to know how to heal themselves and the courage to face life's challenges and grow from them. It is my job, as a therapist, to help you connect with this innate wisdom and courage. In therapy, I work to create a space where you can feel safe, understood, and cared for. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. We will address these challenges in ways that fit you and that build upon your unique strengths and personality.

As my client, I view you as the expert on your life. I do not view myself as the “know it all” in the room. I have some valuable information that my training has afforded me, but your life experiences are just as valuable to the work we will do together. I am straight forward, honest and believe we are a team in this process.


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​                                                              ​​​​​Beth Houle, LMFT

                                                             At this time, Beth Houle, LMFT is not accepting new clients. 

                                                 Choosing a therapist is an important decision, so let me start by telling you a little about myself.  I am a   graduate of the Marriage  and Family Therapy program at Lee University.  I hold a Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and hold a Marriage  and Family Therapy License through the State of Tennessee.   Currently, I am enrolled and pursing a Doctorate of Marriage and Family Therapy.


I have been married to my husband, Jesse, for 12 years and we have three beautiful children.   We love spending time together as a family traveling or being outdoors.  I love reading, painting, and watching a few of my favorite mind-bending TV shows in the evenings. 


I am a Christian, and a member of the Methodist church.  Like everyone, my beliefs and value system influences all aspects of my being.  However, I have chosen to not to identify or advertise  as a "Christian Counselor" because my counseling philosophy is to meet people where they are.  Spirituality is important to some, but not all of my clients.  Scripture references, topics of spirituality, and prayer are welcome in session, but only at the request of the client.  


Families are what makes up a community and when our families are doing well, our community is doing well. I believe in healthy marriages and families, and admire and appreciate the uniqueness of each family and individual.  I would appreciate and honor the opportunity to walk with you or your family on your journey.


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