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Allison Hunnicutt, LMFT, CCTP, CSAT

Allison is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who earned her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Trevecca Nazarene University. She believes that all behavior makes sense in the context of someone's story. She greatly empowers individuals and couples to heal from trauma, learn from setbacks, and create the life they have longed for. Allison works from an strong attachment perspective believing that when we can be more securely attached to ourselves and others, we encompass the skills needed to weather any storm that comes in our life. 

In addition to her Master's Degree and educational training, Allison has received extensive training in the areas of Trauma, Addiction, Intimacy Disorders, and ADHD. 

Allison is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified ADHD Service Provider, and is trained in EMDR, EFT therapy for couples, Prepare and Enrich. 

Through her education, life experience, and her extensive training, Allison has been able to help thousands of clients work through the road blocks of their life and achieve a level of freedom and satisfaction they didn't know existed.

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Nick Camillo, Counseling Intern

Nick Camillo is a Master's Level Intern at Anchored in Healing and is currently studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Trevecca Nazarene University. He is an active member of the American Counseling Association and the Tennessee Chapter of Licensed Professional Counselors Association


Nick has a desire to work with children, adults, individuals, and  couples. Through his own life and his education, he has developed a passion for helping clients work through difficult struggles in life. Through his personal and professional experiences he believes that quality care should be accessible to everyone and is committed to providing that for clients. Prior to graduate school Nick has worked in many environments that required superior interpersonal communication skills. Through these experiences he has been able to practice relational skills, empathy, effective listening and attunement of emotion, all of which are just some of the gifts he brings to the therapeutic relationship.

In Nick's spare time he enjoys spending time out doors camping and hiking. He also loves Jiu Jitsu and watching Netflix.

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Marlow Amick, Counseling Intern

Marlow Amick is a Master's Level Intern at Anchored in Healing and is currently working towards a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Messiah University. She is an active member of the academic honor society Chi Sigma Iota, the American Counseling Association and the Tennessee Chapter of Licensed Professional Counselors Association


Marlow is known in her personal life as the "listener" or "translator" for her ability to sit with others and help them process their thoughts and emotions. She has a heart for working with young adults and adolescents, as well as older adults and those suffering from illness or disabilities. She is a lifelong learner and seeks opportunities to further educate herself. In addition to her graduate program, Marlow has received training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), trauma, and is trained in Brainspotting. Marlow has experience working with individuals diagnosed with personality disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma in a structured treatment center setting as well as private practice. Marlow has witnessed disparities in the medical and mental health communities and hopes to help close the gaps in those systems. 


Marlow believes seeking support for mental health is a courageous act. She treats the vulnerability and trust exchanged in her client-counselor relationships as an honor. She has seen the benefits of mindfulness, meditation, and expressive arts and aims to incorporate them into her practice. In her free time, Marlow enjoys working with her hands on creative projects. She has two dogs, a border collie and a labradoodle, who keep her active and exploring. 

JoAnn Breiner, LPC-MHSP

National Board Certified and Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Service Provider, JoAnn is passionate about helping others. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2004 from The University of Dayton and Bachelor's of Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. JoAnn studied abroad in Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Austria, Germany and Switzerland upon completing her degrees.

Mrs. Breiner conducted group and individual therapy in a detention center in Cincinnati, Ohio and worked with victims of sexual abuse. Later in her career, she counseled in a community mental health center in Miami, Florida. Breiner has developed treatment plans for individuals, couples, and groups. Mrs. Breiner partnered with the Department of Children and Families in Miami, Florida to conduct Level of Care Assessments. She has completed CANS training, Trauma Focused-CBT training, training with the Gottman Institute and training in PolyVagal Theory.

Along with working in the community mental health field, Mrs. Breiner served as director of college counseling in Miami, FL and spent two years as a Crisis Counselor in the high school setting.

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Jennifer Pascual, MSW Intern

Jennifer Pascual is a Master’s Level Intern working toward a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University. Jen joins Anchored in Healing with 20 years of experience with the Tennessee Department of Children's Services, where she held various positions in child protective services, foster care, training, and leadership. She has extensive training, knowledge, and experience working with children, adults, and families healing from trauma, abuse, and addiction. In addition, Jen has completed training in Prepare and Enrich therapy for couples, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy [EFT] for couples, and is currently in the process of completing her Certification as a Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT-C).  


Jen is genuinely interested in hearing, believing, and understanding her client's experience. Her friendly personality and personable communication style allow her to connect easily with people. She enjoys working with couples and helping them gain new perspectives. Jen has a practical approach to behavior change and is committed to helping her clients reach their goals for healthy minds and spirits. She teaches tools to reframe negative thoughts and mindfulness techniques to help improve emotional regulation. 



Jen is a genuine people person who never meets a stranger. She is a fantastic hostess, chef, and party planner. Jen's life is bursting with people she loves, and she stays busy having fun with her husband, two teenagers, two dogs, a large extended family, and way too many friends to count. She also enjoys traveling, volunteering in her faith community, and reading.


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Kristen Rucker, MS, MSW Intern

Kristen Rucker is a Master's Level Intern at Anchored in Healing, and she is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work degree from Middle Tennessee State University. Kristen has a Bachelor of Social Work (2005) and a Master of Science in Public Service Management (2009). She began her career working with children and families in child protective services at the Tennessee Department of Children's Services. Kristen adores children and has witnessed firsthand that the most effective way to improve a child's life is to assist their parent(s)/caregivers in healing. As a result, she enjoys working with parents, helping them see how their children are their best teachers, and embodies the philosophy that the goal is not to be a perfect parent, but a safe one. 


Kristen also has 11 years of professional experience with grieving families in the field of donation and transplantation as a family care specialist. Her experience has taught her that life is full of contradictory emotions, such as grief and gratitude, and she is motivated by assisting others in seeing the opportunity for growth, change, and healing that challenges present to each of us. Kristen values the uniqueness of each individual and is genuinely interested in hearing their stories. Kristen is passionate about women's issues and enjoys working with adult women and adolescent girls individually and in groups, with a particular emphasis on assisting women in healing from trauma caused by a partner's betrayal.


Kristen cherishes her time with her husband and two sons. Her interests include reading, laughing, attempting to figure out people's enneagram numbers, listening to crime podcasts, and watching way too much Netflix.

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Maddie Sisavath, MSW Intern

Maddie is a Master’s Level Intern at Anchored in Healing and is pursuing her Master’s in Social Work at Middle Tennessee State University and is a proud member of the National Association of Social Workers. Maddie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in the Spring of 2021 and then began the MSW program in the Fall. She has interned at Bethany Christian Services, where she worked along side the pregnancy counselor and Safe Families for Children coordinator, helping expectant mothers that were considering adoption and families experiencing crisis.


Maddie has always loved people and has always had a deep desire to work in the helping profession. Maddie is passionate about helping children, adolescents, and families experiencing a range of concerns including attachment, trauma, foster care, adoption, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and struggles with self-worth and self-esteem. Maddie believes there are therapeutic powers in play and will integrate play therapy techniques into sessions. Maddie seeks to meet each client with genuineness, empathy, and unconditional positive regard.


Maddie appreciates quality time with her family, traveling the world, and trying new foods. She also enjoys spending time with her cat, Nugget.

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