|806 E. Main Street, Ste. 200
Bedford, Virginia 24523
Phone: (540) 583-5095
Fax: (540) 583-5098
Welcome to our Bedford office.
Kendra Brandt, BS
Office Program Manager, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention & CPR/First Aide Instructor
Kendra Brandt earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in History Education from Liberty University, and previously worked as a teacher in Michigan. She has over 15 of office/administrative experience with HR, and over 11 years of experience working in the coordination of community-based services including ID & DD Waiver, Mental Health Skills Building, Intensive In-Home, and Therapeutic Day Treatment.
Tanya Brown, MA, QMHP-A&C
Therapeutic Day Treatment Program Manager
Tanya Brown graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from PACE University, and a MA in Professional counseling working in the Mental Health Profession including Intensive In-Home, Mental Health Skills Building, Group Home, and Therapeutic Day Treatment. She has over 4 years experience as a Supervisor for community-based Mental Health Agencies.
Robyn Flint, BS, QMHP-C
Therapeutic Day Treatment Program Manager
Robyn Flint earned a Bachelors of Science Degree from Liberty University in Psychology and Christian Counseling with a minor in Special Education. She is currently working towards her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Forensic Counseling through Walden University. Robyn has 5 years of experience in children’s mental health services including TDT and Therapeutic Foster Care, over 11 years experience in case management working with adults and families, and over 11 years of supervisory experience.
Elizabeth Crouse, LCSW
Elizabeth Crouse graduated cum laude in 2003 with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Concord University in Athens, WV. She also earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA in 2005. She has been working with children and families since 2001 with most of her experience surrounding mental health and child welfare issues. She is currently licensed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) through the Virginia Board of Social Work and a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) through the West Virginia Board of Social Work.
Elizabeth’s experience has included early childhood development, program development and mental health with adult males in a correctional setting as well as trauma in both adults and children. She previously assisted with treatment for the male sex offender population in a correctional setting. Elizabeth has worked in the area of research in a variety of topics to include domestic violence issues, early childhood immunizations, children’s mental health and implementation of a system of care in Washington State. She has also assisted with the implementation of a system of care in West Virginia to collaborate with providers in serving children with serious emotional disturbances within the state instead of placing them in out of state care. She has previously held supervisory positions in treatment foster care in both West Virginia and Virginia and taught Social Work classes as an adjunct professor for Concord University. Elizabeth’s clinical framework focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with other techniques used intermittently when needed. She is exploring certification for Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and has interest in obtaining the Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP) credential.
Michelle Price, LPC
Clinical Program Manager
Michelle is currently registered through the Virginia Board of Counseling as a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.) and qualifies as a L.P.C. Clinical Supervisor. Currently she is working towards a Ph.D. in Counseling with a focus on supervision and teaching. She earned her M.A. in Professional Counseling through Liberty University in 2008 and has been licensed through the Virginia Board of Health as an L.P.C since May 2013. Positions that she has held in the counseling field include Clinical Program Manager (current), Outpatient Services, Crisis Services, and Intensive In Home Services.
Michelle has been working in the counseling field for 11 years. While most of her experience is working with children and families, she has experience working with the adult population as well. All of her counseling experience has been through community mental health services, as she enjoys working with a diverse population with various needs. Michelle’s theoretical orientation comes from a cognitive behavioral point of view. While this is the predominant modality that she utilizes, she does pull techniques from other models if they prove to be beneficial to the client. Michelle enjoys using CBT in her practice because it is easy to grasp, very flexible to implement to the client’s needs and it is evidenced based (has been proven to be effective). Areas that Michelle has received training include Trauma-focused CBT, Attachment Based Family therapy(ABFT), Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA), and Al’s Pals. She has also been trained with administering the K-SADS.