OUR TEAM

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SABRINA JOINER, MSW, LCSW

President/ CEO

Sabrina Joiner, L.C.S.W. earned her B.S. in Psychology and Master's in Clinical Social Work (with additional certification in Family Systems) from FSU in 1998, graduating summa cum laude. She completed her internship at the FSU Marriage and Family Therapy Center and worked as a Youth and Family Counselor at Capital City Youth Services before beginning her private practice in 2004. Mrs. Joiner is an E.M.D.R.I.A. certified E.M.D.R. therapist and specializes in parenting issues, marital conflict,  depression, anxiety, women's issues, Christian counseling, and trauma.

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CYNDI GOODWIN, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

  Cyndi Goodwin, L.C.S.W. acquired her M.S.W. from FSU in 1998. Her experience includes working with mood disorders, PTSD, addictions, and adult ADHD. Cyndi works with many Veterans and others who experience PTSD. She has started a Veterans Support Group and is establishing a Military Sexual Trauma Support Group.  The Twelve-Step Facilitation Group is another option for clients wanting to establish or learn about the recovery process. Cyndi is trained in EMDR and uses that technique with both children and adults. Her clients often state when they first spoke to her, that they felt immediately at ease and did not feel judged. She assists her clients in seeing patterns in their life stories and they work to identify and change harmful core beliefs. Cyndi states it is an honor and privilege to walk with someone on their healing journey.

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CAITLIN BURNS, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

Caitlin Burns, L.C.S.W. received her Master's Degree in Social Work from Florida State University in 2004. Caitlin worked
for over a decade as a grief counselor with Big Bend Hospice and started her journey in private practice
in 2018 working with Capstone Center. Caitlin joined A Time to Change in November 2019. Caitlin is
certified in EMDR and specializes in group work, grief, loss, and trauma. Caitlin works with people of all
ages on issues related to grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, LGBTQ+, and life transitions.
Caitlin’s first priority is building trust and safety with clients so they gain the confidence to heal, grow,
and reach their goals.

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SHERRY LEDBETTER, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

Sherry Ledbetter, L.C.S.W. received her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from Florida State University in 1999. Her professional experience includes working with geriatric patients in the nursing home and ALF settings, domestic violence, incarcerated individuals, group therapy, and inpatient crisis stabilization. She also has volunteer experience with families of incarcerated loved ones through faith-based ministries and rape crisis counseling. Sherry provides counseling for depression, anxiety, women's issues, anger management, domestic violence, geriatrics, and Christian counseling. Her goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and encouraging atmosphere.

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CLARA SOLES, MA, LMHC

Psychotherapist

Clara Soles, L.M.H.C. received her Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling from the Baptist College of Florida In
2013. She received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2019. Clara
previously worked in Jackson County providing counseling to the surrounding area and at the nearby
college. Clara has experience working in private practice with clients of all ages experiencing a variety of
mental health concerns. She is passionate about helping her clients overcome grief, depression, anxiety,
and cope with trauma. Clara provides clinical mental health counseling from an integrated CBT approach
and has experience providing faith-based mental health counseling.

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JOSE ARIZA, MSW, RCSWI

Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

Jose Ariza,  R.C.S.W.I., a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern, earned his M.S.W. from Florida State University in 2018. After completing his internship, he received a full-time position at the Tallahassee Memorial Behavioral Health Center working in crisis stabilization in an inpatient practice setting. Jose is skilled in working with adults and children dealing with depression, anxiety, anger management, personality disorders, addictions, and life transitions. His therapy focuses on utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy.

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TEAUNDRA PETERSON, MSW,
RCSWI

Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

Teaundra Peterson,  R.C.S.W.I., a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern, earned her M.S.W. at Baylor University. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults in a collaborative effort to enhance family relationships and individual growth.  Teaundra is a trauma-informed therapist who believes the client is the expert in their own life.  She believes providing a comfortable and non-judgmental space is important while building rapport with each client. Through a variety of therapeutic techniques, she works to empower who the client is as a person.

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MALLORY FOY, MSW, RCSWI

Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

Mallory Foy,  R.C.S.W.I., a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern earned her Bachelor's in Social Work in 2017 and her Master's in Clinical Social Work from Flo0rida State University in 2021. She completed her first internship at
the Department of Children and Families in dependency case management and her second internship at a private mental health counseling agency. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of mental health services including depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, anger management, parenting education, LGBTQ+, and trauma.