748 N. Market St. | 2865 Churn Creek Rd.

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.

Katie Bullock MA
LMFT # 106669
Katie received her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from National University in Redding, CA. She is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She has a strong desire to see society healed, and believes part of that process is helping parents to have better parenting skills, so the negative cycles can stop and their kids feel loved and supported. She specializes in working with families, individuals, children/teens, and women’s issues. Katie has been trained in brain-spotting techniques also.

Katie has also worked specifically with clients who have had very traumatic experiences  in their lives, and helped clients who were the perpetrators of abuse. She wants to help people get through trauma and not just cope with it, but to overcome the traumas they have encountered.

Jason Hodgson,
PCCI # 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
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.
Shannon Craddock
ASW # 85127
Shannon Craddock is a recent graduate of Boston University School of Social Work. Shannon loves to see children and teens with a history of trauma recover and grow into wellness. As an Associate Clinical Social Worker, Shannon uses a therapeutic lens that considers the person in their environment and understands that larger forces shape personal experience. Shannon enjoys finding the right treatment modality for each client.
Jennifer Powell, MA
Project Manager, Pastoral Counselor
Jennifer earned a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from the School of Psychology and Counseling at Regent University in Virginia. With a background in business, she expanded her interests by completing two years of Bethel’s School of Supernatural Ministry. She enjoys working with people who are struggling to improve  their relationships with God, self and others. Jennifer focuses on how our relational experiences (trauma and neglect) often impede our connection with God, distorting who He actually is and our expectations for how He thinks and feels toward us. Her approach is pastoral in nature and purpose, blending her clinical training with each unique faith journey.
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.
Matt Greene
Matthew holds a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Lee University. He works primarily with children and families. He focuses his work on engaging in the experience of the family while working on the relational components and unresolved trauma. Matthew is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT,) Play Therapy, Sand Tray therapy and has advanced training as a Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT). Having two children of his own, he understands both the joy and stress that children bring to a family.  He is able to empathize well with parents while engaging children right where they’re at.