FamilyWorks Network of Christian Counselors

Lynn Owens

Lynn Owens

MS, LPC

Lynn is a licensed professional counselor, licensed by the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors.  Her master’s degree is in Counseling and Psychology. She helps people find solutions for a variety of issues but also specializes in working with women who have low self-esteem, intimate partner abuse, boundary issues, codependency, passiveness, anxiety, history of family dysfunction, and relationship problems. Lynn also works with married and pre-marriage couples teaching them how to communicate more successfully, how to meet each other’s needs, and how to get their own needs met in ways that enhance and fortify their relationship.

Lynn is a wife to a wonderful husband and a mother to three beautiful children. Her life, however, just like yours, is not perfect. She has struggles, failures, and victories. She believes each day is given by God and each day is a fresh new opportunity for discovery, healing, and growth.

To book an appointment with Lynn Owens, please call 252.364.8741. Tell Lynn FamilyWorks sent you!

Wendy Jublou

Wendy Jublou

MA, LCMHC, LCAS

Wendy is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate (LCASA). She has a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Wendy served as a commissioned officer in the United States Army before obtaining her counseling degree. As a combat veteran and military spouse, Wendy is passionate about serving those who have served our nation in the Armed Forces.

Wendy has clinical experience working with individuals dealing with substance and behavioral addictions, depression, anxiety, trauma, marital infidelity, and grief. She is a PREPARE/ENRICH certified facilitator and is eager to help couples thrive in their marriages. She approaches counseling from a Christian worldview and draws upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy in her sessions.

To book an appointment with Wendy Jublou, please call 252.450.9730. Tell Wendy FamilyWorks sent you!

Jason Tovey

Jason Tovey

Jason Tovey has a B.A. Bible Comprehensive Degree from Cedarville University. Jason is an ordained minister and has been in pastoral ministry since 2001 serving in churches located in PA, SC, NC, and MI. He is pursuing a Masters of Arts in Christian Counseling and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Jason currently serves as a counselor with Crosspointe Biblical Counseling Center. He works in the Raleigh and Greenville office. Jason and his wife have been married since 2001 and have five children.

To book an appointment with Jason Tovey, please call 919.239.4006. Tell them FamilyWorks sent you!

Madison Webb

Madison Webb

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Therapist, Madison is the owner and therapist at Anchor Family Therapy. She was born and raised in Wilson, North Carolina. Her practice is built on trust, wise and practical counsel, and professionalism. Her approach to therapy is established in Family Systems Theory, which values all aspects (psychological, physical, relational, etc.) of a person’s life and relationships during treatment. She aims to work collaboratively with all clients to achieve their individual goals through a bio-psycho-social-spiritual lens. Madison earned her BS in Elementary Education and Special Education at Liberty University and her MS in Marriage and Family Therapy at East Carolina University. She has experience working with all manner of mental health diagnosis and life stressors, especially anxiety, depression, postpartum stressors, children and adolescents.

Madison also has a special passion for helping couples prepare for marriage with premarital counseling and restore unity in couple relationships. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, baby girl, and lovable pup! Madison has served as a missionary in the Philippines and Dominican Republic. She also enjoys serving families at her local church. Her engaging personality, gentle nature, and calm demeanor creates a safe environment where trust is built through genuine honesty and authenticity. She desires to foster an atmosphere of safety and free of judgment. Her passion is her clients: walking alongside of them, serving them, and empowering them to make healthy decisions for themselves. Madison loves the opportunity to encourage others and she would be honored to work with you.

To book an appoint with Madison, contact Anchor Family Therapy at 252.373.4722 and tell them Family Works sent you!

Hope Stevens

Hope Stevens

Hope was born and raised in Wilson, North Carolina. Hope earned her Bachelor of Social Work and her Master of Social Work at East Carolina University. She realized from a very early age that her passion was helping others in her community. Hope desires to create an atmosphere where patients feel comfortable, meeting people where they are, without judgment, and helping them find their way again. Hope has a passion for supporting individuals facing grief, infant loss, special needs, depression, anxiety, and other mental health stressors.

Hope believes in a holistic approach to include mind, body, and spirit. Her approach to therapy is established in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which helps patients to understand how their thoughts and feelings influence behaviors. During the course of treatment, people learn how to identify and change destructive thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions. She has experience working with all manner of mental health diagnoses and life stressors. Family means everything to Hope and she believes in treating others how she would want her family to be treated. Hope’s strong faith has helped her to realize the beauty in brokenness and that with God’s help your brokenness can become beautiful again.

When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and baby girl. Her hobbies are reading, traveling, and being involved in church. Hope looks forward to collaborating with you on reaching your goals to live a healthier life mentally, physically and spiritually.

To book an appoint with Hope, contact Anchor Family Therapy at 252.373.4722 and tell them Family Works sent you!

Lacey Dlugos

Lacey Dlugos

Lacey was born and raised in rural North Dakota. In college, she studied Social Work, completed an internship with a   faith-based adoption and foster care agency, and earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Minnesota State   University of Moorhead. Lacey moved to Wilson County in 2014 where she continued her education and earned a Master   of Social Work from East Carolina University.
When working with clients, Lacey draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, Strength Based, and Play   Therapy.  Lacey has experience working with a variety of clients, especially those with recent life stressors, self-esteem c   concerns, past or present traumatic experiences, and symptoms of anxiety and depression. Lacey specializes in therapy   with children, adolescents, and young adults. Additionally, she has a passion for working with blended families, families   going through adoption, and all types of adjustments that come with children and teens. Parent involvement is   important  to Lacey and parents will be valued partners throughout the therapeutic relationship.
In her spare time, Lacey enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. Lacey also finds time to   serve as a volunteer with a local church’s children and youth program. Finally, she enjoys relaxing with her husband, Joe,   and their dog and cat.

To book an appoint with Lacey, contact Anchor Family Therapy at 252.373.4722 and tell them Family Works sent you!

Tim Hagler

Tim Hagler

MA, LCMHCA

Tim strongly believes in the inherent value, dignity, and strength of every client. Each individual has the unique opportunity to enjoy a meaningful life in the committed pursuit of their own values and goals. He seeks to provide a safe therapeutic environment where clients are accepted, understood, and  given practical tools for healing and growth. As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate, Tim seeks to help children, teens, and adults work through diverse concerns including: Depression and anxiety, Grief and loss, Relationship conflicts, Life transitions, Trauma and addiction, Identity development, Behavioral concerns, Anger and disappointment, Spiritual healing and maturity, Hispanic concerns and acculturation.

Tim has experience using Child-Centered Play Therapy to provide children with the environment and the relationship necessary to process difficult emotions while also rehearsing social skills and problem solving. In addition,  he is committed to the comprehensive application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with both individuals and couples. Currently, he is completing a certificate in Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy.

Tim received his MA in Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He also holds a Master of Sacred Literature from Trinity College and Seminary and a B.S. in Mathematics from Wingate University.

Tim has been married to his wife since 1990 and they have four adult children. They lived and ministered in Central America for more than two decades. As a bilingual counselor (English and Spanish), he is committed to providing informed and compassionate professional care to a diverse population.

Contact Tim by calling 704.626.6550 Ext. 110. Tell him FamilyWorks sent you!

Trish Murray

Trish Murray

LCMHC, LCMHC-S

Hello! I’m Trish! Owner / Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor at CrossBridge Counseling.

Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” The reason this quotation resonates with me is because, as a therapist, I have had the privilege of walking alongside people during times when they have felt alone, vulnerable, or overwhelmed. With my help, they learned to take time to “listen” to their emotions, gain clarity and subsequently, relate to themselves, others, and the world in a much healthier way. So often, when we are alone during a difficult time, our ability to see beyond such challenges becomes compromised. Our vision narrows and hope dims. But through the collaborative efforts of the client and the therapist, healing, growth, and change can happen. Hope is restored.

I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor (LCMHC-S). I provide therapeutic services to late adolescents/young adults (16-25), adults, and couples. I earned my PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from University of South Carolina, Columbia and my MA in Counseling from West Virginia University, after earning an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Geneva College.

The idea of reaching out to another individual when you are hurting, lonely, or in a vulnerable place can be overwhelming. I believe that authentic connection is about meeting you where you are in your journey toward healing and personal growth. I seek to establish a relationship that is rooted in compassion, trust, and respect while providing a safe space for you to share your story.

If you would like to know more about Trish, or set up an appointment, Visit crossbridgenc.com or call at 980.220.3516. Tell them FamilyWorks sent you!

David Keen

David Keen

It is an honor to have you here. The book of Ephesians tells us that God intends for his people to display his wisdom and glory. I can’t wait to see what God has waiting for us.

Cold Water is a way to describe the comforting and bracing reality of God’s truth, plus its potential for change in our lives. My hope is to bring the truth and grace and reality of God to bear on all of life’s issues and circumstances. I desire to be biblically faithful with both my approach to you and the counsel I share.

I knew I wanted to work with people after spending several summers with Florida Easter Seals. I considered medicine but decided it was hearts and minds that interested me more. I spent 4 of my hardest years with Thompson Children’s Home, then fell in love with medical social work. After my masters degree and 6 years in acute care, I did some more intensive work with teens, spent an amazing two months in Olympic National Park (You need to go there. It’s where most of the website pictures are from), and then spent nine incredible years with Gaston Hospice. I still give as much time as I can to them when they let me.

Now, I love being a counselor and lay pastor for Exodus Church in Belmont, NC. The community of friends I have there both nourish me and allow me the privilege of sharing in the joys and sorrows of their lives. My wife and sons are my absolute joy. I love living near downtown Gastonia in a diverse and growing area.

I enjoy reading, front-porch sitting, good meals, and better conversation. I also love the beach, hiking, road-trips, and seeing new places. But enough about me. Please enjoy the content on the blog and my social media pages. If it helps you please share it! I am eager to be of service to you and all that would come thirsty for cold water.

I pray that your eyes would be increasingly opened to God’s kindness to you out of the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.

To schedule with David visit ColdWaterCounseling.com or call 704.765.2059. Tell him FamilyWorks Sent you!