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Dr. Ché R. Hurt

Clinical Psychologist, PsyD

Dr. Hurt is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a PsyD earned at Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology (Dayton, Ohio).  She specializes in Relationships, Trauma, and Identity development but works with clients on many other issues and concerns. She has worked diverse settings including community health, college counseling, neuropsychological assessment, chemical dependency clinics, military mental health, county youth services, correctional facilities, and private behavioral health group practices. 

Dr. Hurt views each client, couple, or family as unique and considers their individual stories and systemic factors (family, identity, social, environmental, self-view, emotional state, physical, and cultural) when helping the client identify their problems and goals for treatment.  Clients are treated from a lens that looks at emotions, solutions, and client strengths to guide treatment and always considers the client as an expert on themselves, essential to healing.    


For very specific needs, Dr Hurt may utilize tools and strategies including CBT, DBT, EFT, EMDR, PCIT, TF-CBT, Gottman Principles, Mindfulness, PPP Parenting, ACT, Gestalt, and more.  With a background in Neuropsych Assessment, Dr Hurt also incorporates evidence based assessments to aide in diagnosis and treatment planning.

Madison Anderson

Licensed Mental Health Counselor-Associate 

Madison Anderson holds a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.


Madison’s passion for counseling began early in her youth with a desire to nurture those she cared for. She has since been committed to providing invaluable connections and resources to anyone who is struggling. She has lived adjacent to military bases for most of her life and holds a fond desire to work with and support military families in any capacity. 


Madison employs a Person-Centered Approach to her training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to provide the most effective techniques in both Individual and Group Therapy.  In her own words, Madison's approach, "Caters to the needs of my clients while allowing space for reflecting and understanding significant feelings."

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Monique Fredonis

Front Office Administrator

Monique Fredonis is a native New Yorker, and our Front Office Administrator. Monique is a Marine Corps spouse of 23 years and a mother of two wonderful children. She has an 18-year old college freshman and writer, and a 13-year old 8th grader and aspiring entertainer. She has her BA in Organizational Management from Ashford University.  She is the go-to team member in this office for anything office related. 


She enjoys reading personal development books and podcasts and runs her own home-based business as an Independent Color Street stylist. Punctual, intuitive, and thoughtful, she is a great value added to our team. 

Shaquita Callier

Behavioral Health Technician

Shaquita Callier received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Southern New Hampshire University with a concentration on Childhood & Adolescence development. She aspires to enroll in a Doctoral program for Clinical Psychology.


In addition to her academic pursuits, Shaquita serves as a Behavioral Health Technician under the direct supervision of Dr. Hurt, learning the roles and requirements of the practice of psychology.  As a career military spouse and mother of 4, Shaquita desires to make an impactful contribution to the field and her community through research and practice.


Why the dandelion?


“As a child my friends and I could not wait for dandelions to seed. They turned from yellow flowers, found in concrete cracks, into giant white, fuzzy, fantastic things!  We called them ‘wishes’ because we would pluck them up, close our eyes, and make a wish. And then, with all the breath required for blowing out birthday candles, we'd blow so hard, hoping to release every last seed.  When the stem was bare, we'd stand and stare, watching the wind carry our wishes to some wondrous somewhere.  Even as adults yelled at us, we did not care because knew nothing of what a weed was or why wishes were not loved by everyone.  All we were aware of were these amazing things that grew up in the worst environment, such as a crack in the pavement, in our neighborhood but somehow still turned out beautiful and eventually learned to fly! Maybe the adults got it wrong.” ~ Dr. Hurt


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