Mr. Alderman has a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is under the supervision of Tracey Pace LPC, NCC , CPCS. He is a 22-year veteran of the United States Air Force and has a heart for veterans and their families. As a mental health professional, he believes strongly that counseling is a unique call that embodies the spiritual, psychological, and social challenges of everyday living. It is his firm belief that the power to heal is within each of us through holistic methods of mental health care. He and his wife have been Foreign Exchange parents for several years which has equipped him with the ability to work with teens and young adults. Mr. Alderman sees patients at the reduced rate of $40.00 per session.
Cory Champer has a Master's degree in Social Work is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Cory obtained her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina and began her career in Florida before relocating to Georgia. Cory has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults. She has worked in community mental health, hospice, and a college setting. She has professional experience in treating anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, adjustment issues, PTSD, and trauma. Cory believes in a patient-centered approach and empowering her patients to meet their treatment goals.
Hollie D. Pryor
Ms. Pryor has been in practice since 2005. She has experience helping children, adolescents and adults with various issues, stressors, and diagnoses (mental health and substance abuse). She relies heavily on cognitive behavioral techniques to treat anxiety, depression, and other symptoms individuals tend to experience when overwhelmed and overloaded with life stressors. Mrs. Pryor has a passion for helping people build on, develop, and implement skills to better care for themselves while navigating life's struggles. She also enjoys helping parents learn and implement "hassle free" parenting techniques. She is a mother of two children and has lived and worked around the area since graduating from Georgia Southern University in 1999.
Laura is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with over 7 years of experience working with
children, adults, and families. She specializes in working with clients who have experienced
extreme trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, oppositional behaviors, and complex and/or co-
morbid disorders. Laura has extensive experience working with at-risk youth and spent several
years providing services to clients on an in-patient basis. She has worked in acute, residential,
in-home, community, and outpatient settings. Laura focuses on client-centered, cognitive-
behavioral, and DBT interventions – and often utilizes art, music, and writing to enhance the
therapeutic experience. Laura enjoys building a collaborative experience for clients and
challenges families and individuals to fully participate in their own journey of healing and
wellness. Laura is a proud military mother and has been married to her husband, Scott, for 21
years. In her free time, Laura enjoys spending time outdoors – reading, fishing, boating, and
Robert (Bob) P. Rosen
LPC, MS, NCC
Mr. Rosen has been in practice as a counselor and coach since 1972. His roles have included Minister of Counseling, Military and Family Life Counselor, Disaster Mental Health Counseling and Executive and Leadership Team Coaching. Mr. Rosen’s experience, training, compassion, and respect creates a safe space for individuals and teams to build connection and integrity. His clients and patients resolve drama and trauma, self-image distortions, betrayal wounds, and communication challenges. The U.S. Army awarded Mr. Rosen the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service in 2014. He has three grown children and seven grandchildren. Mr. Rosen is available for telehealth sessions only.
1009 N. Columbia Ave. - Rincon, GA 912-657-9613
Th.D, MSA, M.Ed, LPC, NCC, CFMHE, CFI
Mrs.Pace has been in practice since 1999 and has worked with many different populations. She is the mother of five children and the grandmother of fourteen. Two of her children are adopted. As a former school counselor, she has the ability to work with parents, teachers, and school administrators to meet the needs of school age children. Additionally, as a former Air National Guard Officer, she understands the unique needs of today’s armed forces and works with veterans, active-duty service members and their families. Mrs. Pace provides marriage and family counseling as well as individual counseling. She is a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. Ms. Pace holds a doctorate of Biblical Theology and will counsel from a Biblical perspective when requested. She has been married to Ed Pace since 1990 and resides in Clyo, Georgia.
Edward W. Minor
MSW, MS, LCSW
Mr. Minor has over 20 years of experience working with families in crisis. His goal is to help people who are depressed, anxious, stressed out or overwhelmed to live a more hopeful, peaceful and fulfilled life. If you are feeling down, sad, unmotivated, or socially withdrawn he can help you identify your issues and tap into your emotional strengths. Anxiety, stress and even panic attacks effect many people. Are you dealing with life stress, parenting problems, substance abuse, work pressure, or just feeling overwhelmed? If so, Mr. Minor offers an anxiety recovery program to address these issues.