Our Goldsboro, NC Clinicians：Therapists and Counselors
Jeanne Solomon, MS, MA, LCMHC
Jeanne Solomon holds masters degrees in Adult Education Counseling, and in Child Development and Marriage and Family Therapy. Prior to her training and work as a therapist, Jeanne served in the US Marine Corps for 13 years. For six years she was a social worker, family and child therapist and parent educator for Baptist Children’s Homes of NC. Jeanne also has experience in hospital, mental health centers and high school settings. She has been a full-time therapist at Family Works since 2005.
- Family counseling
- Marriage counseling
- Individual counseling for adults and children
- Substance abuse counseling
- Parent education counseling
- Christian/spiritual-based counseling
- Individual psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults
- Coping with life stressors
- Adjustment and mood disorders
- Christian counselor able to integrate faith-based counseling techniques
- Stress management
- Anxiety and depression
- Grief and loss issues
- Adjustment disorders
- Adult individual psychotherapy
- Grief and Loss issues，especially relating to illness and transition
- Relational Problems
- Substance Abuse
- Adjustment disorders
- Military and veterans’ issues
- ADHD, anxiety, and other mood disorders or emotional disturbance
- Stress, self-esteem, life transitions
- Women’s issues, including postpartum mood disorders
- Behavioral and school issues
- Coping skills and trauma
H. Laverne Morrisey, MA, LCMHC-A
Hannah Laverne Morrisey is originally from the Goldsboro area. She earned her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Nyack College in Manhattan, NY. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate with training in mental health counseling and crisis intervention for children and adults. She has several years of experience in working with individuals who have developmental and emotional challenges. She has assisted numerous clients in overcoming barriers to become more independent.
In 2016, she completed credentialing in Family Development from Official National Family Development Credential Program /University of Connecticut. In October 2018, she completed credentialing for National Wraparound Facilitation for children and families. She offers special care in the areas of mindfulness, anxiety, and stress management.
Jannie Engel, MSW, LCSW
Jannie Engel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a minor in Gerontology from Barton College in Wilson, NC. She received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, with a concentration in Organization and Community Practice. She serves adults, seniors, veterans, and couples struggling with chronic health issues, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and related issues.
Jannie’s approaches are integrative, and client based and often include Psychoanalytic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused therapy, and mindfulness techniques to help individuals develop healthier coping strategies and achieve their goals of overall improved health and quality of life.
Lexie Daniels, MA, LCMHC-A
Lexie has served for 18 years to date as a member of the United States Air Force Reserves. She attended Weber State University as an undergraduate, obtaining her BS in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice, before continuing her graduate education as one of the first students to graduate from the Masters in Forensic Psychology – Professional Counseling degree program in December 2020. She held a leadership role in the ongoing Cinematic Serial Killer Research Project supervised by Dr. Jim Iaccino for a year, and assisted in presenting the research at residencies and also a mental health conference. She has presented as an alum, a mini-lecture virtually at TCSPP on “Autoimmune Encephalitis: What Mental Health Professionals Need to Know.” She has passed the National Counselor Exam, Jurisprudence exams, and earned her Licensed Professional Counselor Associate licence.
Lexie completed her practicum/internship at West Florida Hospital with the adult crisis stabilization psychiatric unit. Her main interests are in autoimmune brain disease, human development/psychopathology, neuropsychology and violent offenders. Lexie also advocates for those who suffer from Autoimmune Encephalitis through speaking on and educating those in the psychology/counseling communities of the secondary psychiatric symptoms that present in this disease, and the importance of ruling out primary medical causes of psychopathology and the complexity in treating refractory mental health problems in this population. Lexie has just over a year of experience working with adult and geriatric clientele for short-term acute psychiatric disorders in a hospital setting. Services included individual short-term therapeutic interventions, using a range of theory—from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT), to acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), art/cognitive stimulation therapy, psychoeducation, individual therapy, and group therapy using a dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)-based intervention in the hospital’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Currently Lexie takes an evidenced-based multimodal therapeutic approach influenced by CBT, ACT, REBT, interpersonal therapy, and biological underpinnings. She aims to provide a safe space for self-paced introspection, healing, and cognitive/behavioral change and uses an array of counseling techniques based on the unique experience of clients while leaving room for flexibility of clients evolving needs.