Carol G. Fountain Wooten, M.A., M.Div. NO OPENINGS AT THIS TIME: Carol began practicing counseling after 30 years working with adolescents and adults in the performing arts. This prior career included extensive work with performance anxiety. These experiences shape her whole-person approach. She completed a Masters of Arts from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC in 2009 and the Masters of Divinity in 2018. Her experience as a therapist includes both private office and inpatient psychiatric settings since 2006. After over 7 years of private practice employed by Dr. Charles A. Schaefer, Ph.D., Inc. she launched her own business in 2015 in the same office suite where she has worked with great colleagues since 2008. While not excited by "the alphabet soup" of letters at the end of her name, each certification addresses an important area of clinical practice. Carol is a Level II Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Board Certified Counselor, North Carolina Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor, Michigan Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Disaster Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Telemental Health Provider, and endorsed Chaplain. She enjoys anything outdoors, music, and being at home with her husband as well as playing with their 2 cats.
Lydia Kiefer, M.Ed., Counseling, LCMHC NO OPENINGS AT THIS TIME: Lydia has practiced as a Professional School Counselor since 2015 working with adolescents and their families who are dealing with abuse, trauma, depression, and anxiety among other concerns. Lydia received a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and later completed her Master's in Education in School Counseling at the same institution. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor under the supervision of Carol G. Fountain Wooten MA, PLLC, and will begin working at The Station in the summer of 2020. Lydia's experience in the school setting makes her especially interested in working with teens and young adults as they navigate the transitions of life. Her approach is person-centered, holistic, and non-judgmental.
Dr. Evan Marbury, D.Min., M.Div., M.A., Counseling, LCMHCA: Evan has been with The Station since February 2020. His passion for counseling began in college ministry and grew while he served in the United States Army Reserve supporting Soldiers as a Chaplain. After studying Psychology at University of Missouri-Columbia, he went on to graduate from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO, with a Master of Divinity and a Master of Arts in Counseling. He also earned a Doctor of Ministry in Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Evan is a NC Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Some of his areas of interest are unwanted sexual behavior, trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, and married couples.
Emily Tomasik, Counseling Intern NO OPENINGS AT THIS TIME: Emily Tomasik was a counseling intern with The Station from 2018-2019. She has worked with students and college ministry staff at UNC-Chapel Hill and Campbell University since 2013. Her particular interests are in the areas of depression and anxiety, children of divorce, and spiritual issues. Emily has earned her Masters of Christian Counseling program from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, concentrating in Marriage and Family Therapy. She enjoys reading, cooking, trying new restaurants with her husband and walking her incredibly goofy dog.