Catrina Harr, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Master of Science in Professional Counseling Southeastern University

Certified Mental Health Coach

Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level 1 & Level 2)

Certified SYMBIS Premarital Facilitator


Catrina is proactive in helping clients develop new coping strategies to manage the stress of life while working on recovery from depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, grief, and relationship issues.

Catrina has years of experience with a diverse population of clients. She has provided treatment in a variety of settings; community, group, private practice, and correctional facilities.

Catrina’s passionate about partnering with children, adolescents, adults/couples, and families.   Therapy models that Catrina utilizes are Cognitive-Behavioral, Client-Centered, Solution-Focused, Emotion-Focused, Narrative, and Psychotherapy. Catrina incorporates music, expressive arts, and play therapy into sessions to unlock deeper experiences in one’s healing, identity, and purpose.

Catrina is a Retired Combat Veteran and JROTC Senior Army Instructor with over 25 years of service.   Her counseling journey began when she successfully recovered from PTSD.  She recognized that it can be extremely difficult for someone who has been trained and dedicated in helping others accept the fact that they need help as well. This catapulted her into advocating for mental health services and fight stigma. Her approach is to inspire, equip, and empower the healing professionals in order to help move toward hope, healing and improve quality of life.

Catrina and her husband Todd have been married for over 20 years and together (blended) they have 5 children and 2 grandchildren.

Specialties: Anxiety and Depression, Trauma, PTSD, Boundaries, Self-Care and Stress Management, Adjustment and Life Transitions, Parenting Skills, Young Adults, Identity, Independence and Adulting, Grief, Divorce, Separation, & Reconciliation, Marital Communication, Blended Families, Empowerment.

Locations: Brandon Office

Fee: $85.00 per 50-minute session


Lee West, Student Marriage and Family Counselor Intern

Student Marriage and Family Counselor Intern

Certified Symbis Premarital Assessment Facilitator

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (Business, Health Sciences, Religion), Liberty University

Currently working on Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, Liberty University


Before seeking a counseling degree Lee is a certified Lay Counselor, meeting with couples through his church’s ministry for years. Additionally, a distinctive set of life skills have been gained from 38 years of work in the Electrical Power Industry, being a husband, father, and grandfather. Now combining education with various life experiences Lee is humbled by the opportunity to join with you in your difficulties and trials.

Lee works with individuals, couples, and families.

Sessions will be Co-therapy with Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Tim Gregory.

Concerns and issues I can help with are: Addictions and Compulsions, Anger, Anxiety, Co-Dependency, Depression, Divorce Care, Eating Disorders, Grief, Life Struggles, Relational Difficulties, Stress Management, Self-Image/Identity, Sexual Abuse, Religious Issues, Trauma, Unresolved Childhood Pain, Marital.

Does not see: Individuals under the age of 15

Fee: $40.00

Location: Brandon

Roy Taylor, Pastoral Counselor

Pastoral Counseling
B.S. Psychology
Certified Prepare/Enrich Premarital and Marital Assessment
Certified Symbis Premarital and Marital Assessment
Roy uses biblical teachings to come along and walk with you through your journey. As a pastor and with 20 years of military experience, Roy has mentored and counseled individuals and couples as they work to achieve their goals.  Roy believes each individual is created to live an Unmistakable Life, a unique and distinct life, lived on purpose for every purpose of your design.
Areas of Expertise – Pre-Marital, Marital, Conflict Resolution, Communication, Grief, Anxiety, Anger Management, PTSD, and Stress Management.

Fee: $75.00 for 50 min session.

Virtual sessions are available.
Location(s): GFC Land O’ Lakes

Chad Lawton, Student Marriage and Family Counselor Intern

Student Marriage and Family Therapy (Liberty University)

B.S. Psychology for Christian Counseling (Liberty University)

It has been rightly said that all of life is about relationships and we’re living in day and age where stress, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma, self-esteem, addictions, and life transitions are at an all-time high.  If you experiencing two steps forward and three steps back in the way you’re relating to yourself or others, then Chad is there to walk alongside you.

Using unconditional positive regard, empathetic understanding, and genuineness, Chad shows complete acceptance and support without assigning judgment while allowing the client to lead the discussion towards healing.

Chad works with couples, individuals, and adolescents to help them with stress, anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem issues, and unresolved trauma.

Does not see:  Children under the age of 11

Fee: $40.00

Location:  Land O Lakes Office- Myrtle Lake

Tom Edwards, M.Div., LMFT, CISM, BCPC

Pastoral Counseling
Masters of Divinity
Masters in Marriage & Family
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Certified Prepare/Enrich Program
Certified E.M.D.R.

Areas of Expertise – Pre-Marital, Marital, Blended family, Adolescents, Children ODD and conduct disorder, Anger management/issues, Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment disorders, Addictions, Abuse issues, Critical incident, Stress management, Bi-polar, Personality Disorder.

Does not see – Children under 4 years old unless with a family

Fee: $120.00 per 50 minute session
Location(s): Land O’ Lakes and Brandon Office

*Contracted with various insurance companies

Robbie Goss, M.A., LMHC, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Accelerated Resolution Therapist (ART) Facilitator
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)
Identity Coach
Areas of Expertise – Robbie Goss has been counseling for over 30 years.  Marriage, Addictions (esp. sexual), PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Personality disorders, Sexual disorders.
*Leads Life Recovery Group for men that meets via Zoom on Tuesday nights at 8 PM.
Does not see – Children, Teens
Fee: $140.00 per 50 minute session
Zoom or Skype sessions only at this time. 

Kerri Timothy, M.A., LMHC


Licensed Mental Health Counselor 
M.A. in Professional Counseling
B.A. in Social Work
Certified Lay Counselor


I have been working in the counseling field for over 10 years and am very passionate about encouraging and walking alongside individuals through their own specific journey of healing. Life is full of ups and downs and all of us experience pain at some level. Yet, there are times the pain can become so tragic that we are forced to take a time out for ourselves and ask for help! My philosophy behind the counseling relationship involves trust, unconditional acceptance, compassion, understanding and being real!

Areas of Expertise – Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Exercise Addiction, Alcohol/Drug Addiction, Co-dependency, Suicidal Thoughts/Self Harm, Life Coaching, Women’s Issues, Parenting, ADD, ADHD and Grief/Loss Support.  I enjoy working with children ages 5 and over, male/female adolescent’s, women, couples, and families.

Fee: $120.00 per 50 minute session
Location(s): GFC Land O’ Lakes, Wesley Chapel

Rev. David B. Hudson

Pastoral Counselor
B.S. Christian Counseling, Delta Epsilon Chi Scholar
Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level I)
PREPARE & ENRICH Pre-Marital and Marital Assessments
Areas of Expertise – David combines biblical principles of care-giving with traditional and current clinical methods. Focusing on crisis intervention, trauma, grief, anxiety, anger management, addiction, pre-martial, & marital conflict resolution & communication. 

Fee: $60.00 per 50 minute session.
Locations –Wesley Chapel


Candy Mayor, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

BA in Psychology from USF with a minor in religion

Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southeastern University

Certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)

Candy is an enthusiastic and engaging counselor who strives to bring the best out of her clients, and compassionately challenges them to reach their goals. Candy wishes to meet the genuine you, and meet you where you are in life. She feels that counseling is not just her career, but her calling in life. If you find it hard to open up to people, or consider yourself shy or insecure, Candy is the therapist you have been hoping for.
She began her journey as a therapist by pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of South Florida. While studying, she gained experience counseling youth at her church and serving as a youth leader. After completing her Bachelor’s degree, Candy began her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy at Southeastern University. She gained further experience volunteering at Baylife Church and the Women’s Resource Center, and interning at multiple local Therapy Offices. She also provided counseling services at the Centerpoint Church Counseling Center. Upon completion of her Master’s degree, Candy began providing services at Lifebuilders.
She recognized the demand for expertise in trauma, so she became Certified in Advanced Resolution Therapy (ART), which enables her to help her clients overcome traumatic experiences, PTSD, panic attacks, anxiety, depression, OCD, and an array of associated disorders. Candy has also completed Gottman I certification, and has a strong background in marriage counseling. She provides services to individuals, adolescents, and families seeking help with trauma, anxiety, grief, depression, self-image, and many other topics.
In addition, she serves couples in all stages of their relationships; including post-divorce. She is a wife of a law enforcement officer and loving mother of two small children. Candy is also fully bi-lingual, and available for Spanish speaking clients. She is pleased to be a part of your journey.
Areas of expertise: anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, stress management, OCD, pre-marital, marital, self-image, youth struggles, ADHD, ADD, grief support, parenting skills, family issues, mindfulness, and various coping mechanisms.

Does not see: Children under the age of 11

Fee: $90 per 50 minute session
Location: Brandon office

Melanie Coriolan, RMHCI, RMFTI

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern

 BA in Psychology from the University of Central Florida

Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling

Certification in Marriage and Family Therapy

Areas of Expertise: Melanie provides therapeutic services to individuals, couples at any stage of their relationship, teens, and families. If you are someone that struggles with anxiety, depression, OCD, grief, anger management, parenting skills, coping skills, and other things that are making it harder for you to get through your day, Melanie can help alleviate these stressors and give you the tools needed to maintain your progress. The primary theories used are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Emotion-Focused Therapy.

Does not see children under the age of 12 years old.

Fee: $85- per 50-minute session

Locations: Wesley Chapel, and Brandon

Nathan Willis, RMHCI

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Ph.D. Candidate in Counseling & Counselor Education University of Florida

M.S. in Professional Counseling Southeastern University

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from North Park University 

Brainspotting Practitioner


Nathan works with adolescents, couples, and individuals. He works with sexual/pornography addiction, sexual identity issues, gender identity issues, and rebuilding sexual intimacy in marriage. He helps clients struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, ADD/ ADHD, Bi-polar, Self-esteem, identity, OCD, and trauma.

Nathan practices from a client centered and narrative approach to ensure support of client goals. He has a heart for trauma victims of sexual assault; to support victims in their healing processing. Nathan believes that clients have what they need to heal, he focuses on supporting client strengths to allow for self-healing and processing.

Does not see children under the age of 4 years old without a parent present.

Fee: $95.00 per 50 minute session
Location: Brandon office

Brianna Brandon, Student Mental Health Counselor Intern

Brianna Brandon, SMHCI

Student Mental Health Counselor Intern

Bachelor of Science in Christian Counseling from Liberty University

Currently working on Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University

As a mental health counselor, I not only count it a joy, but a calling, to be able to walk alongside of you through trials and tribulations of any kind, past hurts, present day obstacles, and fear that can come from the unknowns of the future.

I approach therapy with a client centered perspective, ensuring that throughout the counseling process, you are met with empathy, genuineness, and respect as I empower you to courageously take one step at a time towards your healing.

Using the combination of education and experience, I see clients with a wide range of both mental health and spiritual needs including, but not limited to: anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidal thoughts and self-harm, unresolved childhood hurts, self-esteem and identity, ADD/ADHD, stress management, and caregiver burnout. Additionally, I specialize in working with individuals living with chronic health conditions and autoimmune disorders, such as Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, chronic pain, and other long-term health challenges.

The season that you are walking through right now might feel overwhelming, unpredictable, and unbearable. But it is not a season that you have to walk through alone.


Does not see: Individuals under the age of 15

Fee: $40.00

Location: Brandon