Troy Peverall LPC, LCAS, CCS
Troy is the founder of Agape Counseling Services PLLC. His career began with extensive work in inpatient hospital care in the field of Chemical Dependency,and adult and children mental health, but quickly diversified to include work with marriage and family and adolescent care within ministry settings. At the heart of his approach lies a core belief that every individual is meant for a relationship with their Creator and therefore finds meaning and purpose in life. His theoretical approach to counseling is to integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Principles of Faith to help initiate the restorative process for change and healing. Troy also serves as an adjunct professor for the Department of Psychology at Mt Olive College, N.C.
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Gary E. Hurst LCSW, MSW
Gary is a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years experience helping couples, individuals and organizations. His strength-based counseling approach focuses on developing inner-resources to adapt to external change. He is certified to teach PAIRS (Practical Application of Intimate Relationship Skills) a relationship skill building course for those who want to develop the tools that lead to deeper, more loving bonds. PAIRS classes can offer a more economical alternative to couples therapy. Courses are taught at AGAPE or at your organization. Mr. Hurst’s diverse career background in non-profit family service, small business consulting, and corporate defense contract management equips him to help individuals negotiate the challenges of career transitions with a special interest in empowering the unemployed and veterans.
Rob Moser, M.Ed, LPC, Reg-L
Rob is a Licensed Professional Counselor and registered with the NC Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board. Rob has been working with children and families since 2003, helping them to solve problems by utilizing their strengths and supports. His goal is to quickly assess problems and difficulties, and to work to collaboratively chart a course for restoration. Since beginning his career, Rob has held several positions ranging from In-Home Family Therapist to Clinical Director of a CABHA agency. In working with people, his typical areas of focus include: marriage and family, child mental health, men's issues, substance abuse, grief and loss, Christian/spiritual issues, depression, anxiety, and crisis counseling. To address these issues and insure a positive outcome, Rob utilizes motivational interviewing as well as cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused approaches, integrated with a deep sense of grace and unconditional positive regard. Rob hopes that individuals, couples, and families will see the face of Jesus in the healing process of counseling.
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Maggie McLamb, MA, LPC, NCC
Maggie is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s degree in counseling. Maggie has a genuine desire to help to those who are struggling in life. She uses a comprehensive approach to therapy where truth and insight are discovered in the context of a safe and caring relationship. She focuses on helping her clients with their journey to make positive and permanent changes in their lives in order to achieve health and healing. Maggie strives to help her clients realize their strengths and accomplish their goals.
In addition to her private practice, Maggie teaches classes on the Heart and Mind Connection, a program she developed to help heart patients learn to deal with the depression, anxiety, stress and the sense of loss that often accompanies a heart event.
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Garlande Powell, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
Garlande Powell has her Masters in Social Work, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and a Licensed Chemical Addictions Specialist (LCAS). Garlande began her social work career at the Girls and Boys Homes of North Carolina as an alternate teaching parent. During her time there, a desire to reach into the lives of children and adolescents, who have been profoundly impacted by their circumstances grew into her heart. After completing her licensure, she is returning to the Boys and Girls Home to provide hope, support, and direction for the youth as they grow into adults. Garlande has a diverse background in the field of social work and over 15 years of practice in the local area. Besides her experience in group homes with youth, she has worked in the geriatrics field, with developmentally disabled adults and children, those living with mental
illness, and most recently those struggling with substance abuse issues. Garlande’s areas of expertise in counseling are with those suffering from depression, anxiety, anger management, parenting issues, and substance abuse. Garlande feels called to this work and has a passion for helping others enhance their lives and reach their life’s calling.
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