About

My name is April Hill. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in South Carolina and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in Ohio. I am also a member of the International Association of Trauma Professionals. I have a BS in Psychology and an MA in Professional Counseling, both received at Liberty University.

My areas of training and expertise include: EMDR, trauma informed care, psychological interpretation, cognitive behavioral approaches, relaxation skills, projection techniques, spiritual approaches, and coping skills. I have experience helping people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), grief, depression, and anxiety. I have 6 years’ experience working in community mental health helping individuals diagnosed with a wide range of mental illness within both the criminal and general population. I also have experience in collaborating with law enforcement and corrections staff to provide education and support.

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 My name is Linda Sherrard and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina, an Associate Professional Counselor in Georgia, a National Certified Counselor, and a certified EMDR therapist. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Specialization in Christian Counseling and a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University.

I have experience working with adolescents who were involved with the juvenile justice system and adults in a state mental health agency. I have worked with individuals with a wide variety of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, codependency, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), addictions to drugs and/or alcohol, learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. I use a variety of techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and solution focused brief therapy.

As a counselor, I believe my job is to help you gain the tools, abilities, and strengths (or tap into and utilize the ones you already have) to handle life’s difficulties in a healthier, more productive manner. I am non-confrontational in my approach; however, I will encourage you to move outside of your comfort zone and try something new.