Meet Our Staff

LaKimala Nero

Kim comes with a wealth of knowledge in counseling & crisis intervention. She's a mother of two ages 24 and 16. 2010 graduate of Coker College with a degree in Criminology and minor Sociology. Worked in law enforcement 11 years with mental health offenders. Completed MA in Human Services Counseling from Liberty University in 2018. Career change August 2022 to pursue my passion for helping others particularly those in mental health. She currently works as a therapist at a crisis stabilization hospital. Kim's specialties are trauma, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, and adolescents. Her hobbies are traveling, cheer coaching, and reading. 

Adell "Coffee" McManus-McCoy

Adell "Coffee" McManus-McCoy
is from Hartsville, SC and is the wife of the late Eddie D. McCoy; she has two children Aytiana McCoy and the late Rashad McCoy. She is a Hartsville High School graduate. She graduated from Florence-Darlington Technical College with an Associate's Degree in Human Services; she has a Bachelor's in Social Work from Coker College, and a Master's Degree in Community Counseling from Webster University. She enjoys serving God, family, and friends; she loves to ride motorcycles and serving others.

Kayeaka Bracken

Kayeaka Bracken is a Self Mental Health Therapist whom obtained her Bachelors in Science, Psychology degree in 2015 and Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Troy University in 2022. Kayeaka has worked for the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services for 9 years in case management and has experience in community referrrals. Treatment modalities include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Kayeaka specializes in ADHD, anxiety, depression, adolescents and trauma. In her leisure time she enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her hobbies include dancing, creative arts, reading and writing.

Jaime Penn

Jaime obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN in 1996. She worked for 5yrs as a foster care case manager for the Arkansas Dept. of Human Services/Children & Family Services. She

obtained her master's degree in Counseling &Psychology with a Concentration in Community Psychology from Troy University.
Currently, Jaime is a geriatric therapist at Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health hospital in Aiken, SC.

Tiffany Love

Tiffany Love offers her expertise to the field of mental health in an array of capacities. Currently completing masters in clinical mental health. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Paine College in 2009. From there, she served as a Social Services Director (for more than 10 years) for a major Post Acute Care Company where the patients' needs where set in place and best practices of high-quality care were delivered with love and professionalism.

In 2015, she and her husband embarked on a new journey, when her daughter was “deemed” special needs. In this, in 2024, Tiffany completed her training to obtain her Teaching Certification specifically in Special Education to properly prepare for the needs that of her daughter. She also, received certification in American Sign Language, Dyslexia and Behavior Analysis and Management. She has taught in the local school district for the past 5 years.

In June of 2023, Tiffany received extensive training as a counselor for a Christian-based residential program from young men ages 16 and over. The program assists at-risk young men heal & mature emotionally, academically, spiritually and vocationally working closely with The Department of Family and Children Services (DFACS) and The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ).

Tiffany is able to provide guidance to both children (parents) with early detection of delayed development. All skills from a research-based perspective.

Denise McFarlin

Denise M. McFarlin was raised in a small town in Midville, GA. Denise moved to Augusta, GA when she was 9 years old with her family. Denise graduated from T. W. Josey High School in 2003. She got married and has three beautiful daughters. Denise has been in the mental/ behavioral health field for 15 years. Denise started her career as a CNA until she completed higher education and wanted to help on a different level. She attended Paine College where she would earn her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Denise has a Master’s Degree in Counseling & Psychology from Troy University. Denise has completed several trainings to advance in her career as a therapist. She loves to advocate for the voices that can’t or doesn’t know how.


South Carolina

144 Marlboro Avenue Hartsville, SC 29550
PH | 843.758.1120


202 Estelle Street | Wrens, GA 30833

PH | 706.250.0896

Copyright Ⓒ 2024 | Powered by