Our Providers

Robert Bradford, LISW-CP
Mr. Bradford specializes in children starting at age 4, who have Autism Spectrum Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, behavioral problems, adjustment difficulties, drug and alcohol abuse, school issues and test anxiety. His adult counseling addresses mood disorders, anger issues, anxiety, relationship difficulties and addiction.


Cherell Butler, LISW, CP & AP

Cherell Butler graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BA and a Masters of Social Work Degree specializing in individual, family and group therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a dual license in Clinical Level and Advanced Practice and a Certified Group Leader by the Prevention Research Institute in the Alcohol Drug Safety Action Program. Cherell has experience with parenting, working with children and families, drug and alcohol, individual counseling, anxiety, women’s issues, families and marriage counseling. Her approach to therapy is person centered.


Terrence Charles, LPC

Terrence Charles is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has experience in crisis management, crisis stabilization, individuals and family therapy. He has a Masters of Arts in Counseling with an emphasis on Mental Health and a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. Mr. Charles aims to help individuals and families improve and develop to meet their needs and improve life functioning.


Caroline Dennis, LPC, LMSW, LMFT

Caroline Dennis has a Masters in Education from The Citadel. She provides individual and family therapy to children and families with adjustment to change difficulties, mental health disorders and parenting. Caroline comes to Complete Care Counseling with over 20 years experience across South
Carolina.


Dana Frazier, LPC-A

Dana has a Masters degree in Applied Clinical Psychology from Francis Marion University. Her specialties include working with children, adolescents, families and adults with PTSD, depression, behavioral problems (ADHD, ODD, conduct disorder), grief, anxiety, parenting and adjustment disorder.


Charlene Gainey, LISW-CP

It brings Charlene great joy and satisfaction to empower children, teens, their families and individuals in overcoming various mental health challenges.  She is a double social work alumna of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Charlene has over nine years of practice experience combined with work in various other capacities (i.e. youth leader/teacher, licensed childcare provider for the military while living overseas as a military spouse, etc.). Some of my treatment approaches include: CBT, DBT, MST and Structural Family Systems.

Susan Holly Jackson, LPC, CAC II
Ms. Jackson graduated from University of South Carolina and is a National Board Certified Counselor with 15 years of professional counseling experience. Her specialties included mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and adjustment concerns related to family or school settings.


Mary Lowe, LMFT

Mary Lowe, MA-BA, MFT, AATA, AACC has a Masters in Marriage, Family and Art Therapy from Notre Dame de namur University in Belmont, CA and a BA from University of SC, Aiken. She is licensed in three states with 15 years experience working with children, couples, families and individuals. Her specialties include relationship issues, anxiety, depression, PTSD and grief. Every individual and couple is unique. Her approach is gentle but active and open.


Laura Mason, EdS, LPC

Laura has her Educational Specialist Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Converse College and a Masters of Science Degree in Individual and Family Development from South Carolina State University. She has experience in individuals, children, family and group therapy along with dual diagnosis, abuse and domestic violence, anger management, parenting. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Trauma Focused and various therapeutic modalities.


Cynthia Foster Motycka, MS, LPCS

“Cindy” is a Christian therapist who predominantly works with women 35 and older. Her focus is women’s issues to include stage of life changes, depression, anxiety, negative self image and eating disordered behaviors.

Dr. Ashanti Friels-Paz, LPC-A
Dr. Friels-Paz works with adults and children of all ages but specializes in working with teens. Common issues she can help you with include anxiety, depression and stress reduction. She uses solution-focused counseling to help you find your inner strength to overcome life issues that interferes with leading a normal, healthy and productive life. Dr. Friels-Paz is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education-Teaching, Training and Supervision. She is also a K-12 Certified School Counselor.


Patricia Schander, LMSW

Patricia received her Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California in August 2015. She enjoys working with individuals and children by helping them to learn how to navigate life and be successful. Patricia uses a variety of techniques to help individuals and children with depression, anxiety and behavioral issues.


Silvia Stone, Psy. S. LPES

Silvia Stone is a Licensed Psychoeducational Specialist (LPES) and certified School Psychologist, Level II by the South Carolina Department of Education.

Silvia earned her undergraduate degree in Applied Studies, with concentrations in Business, Psychology and Substance Abuse from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She also obtained her
Master’s of Science and Psychological Specialist degree in School Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. Silvia is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists.

Silvia Stone conducts assessments for children, adolescents, and young adults with suspected Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and
other developmental or social/emotional difficulties. Silvia has experience working with children and adolescents at the preschool through high school levels in the public school system in South Carolina. She worked as a clinical evaluator of school age populations during her graduate studies in Florida, completing comprehensive evaluations for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Auditory Processing Deficits. Her experiences also include neuropsychological assessment for children and adolescents with a wide range of developmental disabilities, as well as assessment for autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

With two grown sons out of the home, Silvia enjoys traveling with her husband as well as continuing to broaden her knowledge in the field of cognitive