Market Street - Redding | Churn Creek Road - Redding | Victor Avenue - Redding

Churn Creek Center

Meet the Team

Jill Shepherd Piercy Clark MA
CEO - LMFT #106007
Jill holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Simpson University, and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  Jill incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in her work with clients and focuses on building a strong working relationship between herself and clients.  She developed the idea of a wellness center by combining 25 years of business knowledge in the health and fitness industry with her counseling degree.

Susan Rhyne, MA
Clinical Director, LMFT # 98042
Susan is a Marriage and Family Therapy Registered Intern specializing in children and adolescent, individual, and family therapy. Among her areas of expertise are working with children and families dealing with chronic illness and hospice issues, as well as depression, anxiety, and life adjustments.
Jason Hodgson, MA
Clinical Project Manager, APCC # 3864
Jason received his Masters of Arts in Counseling at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, KS. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Missouri, where he worked as a therapist in an adolescent residential facility for 5 years. He is currently an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor in California. Jason is also a Trust-based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Practitioner, which is an attachment based, evidence based, trauma-informed approach to work with children and adolescents (and their parents and care-providers) that have experienced relational trauma and neglect. He loves working with clients of all ages on issues such as anxiety, mood issues, anger, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, men’s issues, identity, major life transitions and parenting issues.
Jennifer Beaver, MA
AMFT # 101974
“In any given moment we have two choices: to step forward into growth or step
back into safety.” – Abraham Maslow
Jennifer is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology from National University.  She enjoys the privilege of working with clients to pursue growth and helping them to realize that the power to do so is
within themselves.
Bruce Gregory
AMFT # 99449
Bruce Gregory graduated from Simpson University with a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate. Raised in the north state, he is drawn to nature and the beauty that surrounds him. Bruce loves working with families and couples, and has been trained in Triple P Level 4 and Level 5 Transition. He believes in helping families learn ways to optimize relationships for positive outcomes. Bruce also believes in using a person’s strengths for empowerment to effect the change they want to see.
Doug Phillips
Specialty Programs Director, LCSW # 11700
Doug is a husband, father and grandfather. His passion is to see his clients become free of painful emotions and hurtful habits that cripple or stunt their well being, and then achieve their goals and become their best self. His training as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker supports an inclusive view of the many factors that affect us and our own personal wellness. Doug uses a variety of treatment methods, depending on each client’s unique personality and circumstances. And his strengths are with adults and teens struggling with painful events and emotions, troubled relationships and problematic behaviors, such as alcohol and sexual addictions.
Christy Lane
Life Coach
Christy loves to help people express their passion, and see their dreams come to life. She has a tremendous desire to help people know their uniqueness and celebrate each step they take towards their God-given destiny. She has ministered to hundreds of hurting people who have experienced emotional, physical, and spiritual breakthrough. Christy has a desire helped people to know their true identity and fulfill their destiny.

Christy will help you tune into your heart’s desires and longings, as well as help you discover and eliminate obstacles to freedom and growth.

Her coaching and pastoral counseling style is highly prophetic, along with offering practical goals and strategies to help you experience freedom through a closer connection with God.

She enjoys ocean beaches, long walks with her dog on a sunny day, and exploring new places.

Elizabeth Stamps, MA
AMFT # 109909
Elizabeth is an associate marriage and family therapist who received her masters from Simpson University. She has experience working with children ages 5 to 19 with issues of trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, and divorce/separation. She has experience working with the school system and families to find the best formulation of treatment for each child. Her therapeutic style involves working with Narrative, and CBT therapeutic techniques.
Nann Zinn
LMFT # 99483
Nann integrates Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, and Internal Family Systems therapies with her clients. In addition to 6 years of clinical practice, she also has 2 years pastoral counseling experience. Nann’s goal is to help you work through whatever you are facing, facilitate healing and change, and help you find your peace and joy. The two of you can work together to better understand, resolve and/or accept the challenges you face. Nann has a deep commitment to innate human value, springing from the belief that we are individually created in the image of God, that He loves us, is for us, and wants to be in relationship with us.
Katie Bullock
LMFT # 106669
Bio coming soon.
Bert Solomon, III
ASW # 81645

Bert Solomon III is I 57 years old. He was born in Seaside, California, has been married to his wonderful wife Cynthia D. Solomon, in which they have been married for 15 years. Bert has one daughter from a previous marriage and three step children, and he is a grandfather of six grandchildren.

In 2017, Bert graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University, earning a master’s degree in Social Work. In 2012, he graduated from University of Phoenix, earning a bachelor’s degree in Human Services. He graduated from Butte Community College in 2005, receiving a certificate of completion in Addiction Studies.

Bert’s most important accomplishment is assisting individuals and families cope with their interpersonal and social problems; it is the people to whom he assists in reaching their goals.

Steven Drury, MA
APCC # 6847
Steven received his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Moody Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL, during which he spent 900+ hours working with individuals and groups. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois. Steven is currently an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor in California. Utilizing both an artistic background and master’s level training, he is a compassionate and discerning listener who places high value in hearing people’s’ personal stories and helping them leverage their strengths toward fuller capacity, identity, and positive change. He specializes in life-transitions, depression, anxiety, and also trauma-related issues. Additionally, Steven has an interest in helping people discern between symptoms of schizophrenia and legitimate spiritual experiences.