North Carolina Therapists
Meet Our Team:
If you’re looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, turn to our amazing team of therapists at Redeem Wellness Center, LLC located in Hope Mills, NC. Our solution-focused and systematic therapists will work with you towards achieving your goals. Call us for an individual, couples, or family therapy consultation today.
Robyn Mirassou, LCMHC, MFT
Robyn Mirassou LCMHC, MFT, was born in California, raised in Oklahoma, and currently resides in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Robyn is a Marriage and Family therapist and AAMFT supervisor candidate. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University and is currently attending Antioch University New England as a Doctoral Candidate for Marriage and Family Therapy. Her passions are, her faith, spending time with her family, music and helping others. Robyn’s dissertation work is in biofeedback in couple counseling and will soon be certified in biofeedback. Robyn is currently being trained in Gottman therapy and working toward certification.
Her experience includes working with at risk children at an alternative school, creating a position of therapy at a free clinic working alongside doctors, using a holistic approach to provide free services to those in need, working alongside a play therapist serving individuals and families ranging from 5 years old and up, and working at a marriage and family therapy clinic at Antioch University, serving couples, families, and individuals. Robyn’s life experiences and challenges have helped her to see the benefits and strength that come out of facing ones challenges and coming out as an overcomer, she believes that this has helped her to better understand her clients and help them walk through their journey of healing. Robyn’s goal as a clinician is to give the unconditional support her clients need to see their own strength to get through their current struggles, and to help the clients become emotionally healthier and happier in who they are and who they want to be, both individually and systemically. Robyn takes a collaborative approach in working with clients as she knows that, though we are the experts of therapy, the clients are the experts of their own lives and their own families. She believes that bringing the two expertise together, can create an environment for exploration and growth in a way that will encourage the change the clients are looking for.
Whitney Fennell, MS, CRC, LCMHC
Whitney Fennell MS, CRC, LCMHC is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor for the state of North Carolina and a National Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. She believes that a healthy mind and well-being is essential in our daily lives. She has always found purpose within her life by assisting others in working through their personal struggles and achieving life goals. Whitney decided to turn this natural talent into a career by pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from Winston Salem State University, and furthering her career by earning a Master’s of Science in Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling from NC A&T State University.
With over 7 years of experience Whitney has worked with adults, adolescents, families, and couples to overcome an array of concerns to include depression, anxiety, abuse, domestic violence, mental health disorders, substance abuse, the “oh so lovely” struggles of parenting, and the normal everyday life issues, to name a few.
Frankie Oxendine, MFTI
Frankie Oxendine, M-Div MFT-Intern completed one non-combat tour to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba where he served as the joint Detention Center Brigade Chaplain.
Frankie is a retired Army/Navy veteran with over 22 yrs of combined service. He completed 5 combat tours to the Middle East and the Pacific Region as an Intelligence Analyst and interrogator for Navy Special Operations Command One out of San Diego, CA.
Elizabeth Warren, M.A., LCMHC, LCAS-A, NCC
Elizabeth is a native of Fayetteville, NC. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate, and a National Certified Counselor. She earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Meredith College.
For the last six years, Elizabeth has served as a mental health counselor in a university setting. She has provided counseling services to students from diverse backgrounds (traditional and nontraditional age, international, foreign exchange, exceptional needs, LGBTQ+, and veterans) as well as the staff of the university. She serves as a facilitator for a grief support group in the area.
Her areas of interest in clinical practice include stress and anxiety, depression and mood disorders, substance misuse and addiction, autism spectrum disorders, personal growth and
development, life-changes and adjustment issues, and interpersonal/relationship issues. She provides counseling for individuals, adolescents, young adults, adults, couples, and families. She believes in educating and empowering clients through building a therapeutic relationship based on trust and respect in order to facilitate growth and change.
Zuriah Harris, LMFT-A
Zuriah Harris is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate for the State of North Carolina. She earned her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Touro University Worldwide and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Norfolk State University.
She has 7+ years of experience in the mental health/human services field. This experience includes case management and mental health counseling, working with individuals, families and couples. As a military spouse and parent, she fully understands the lifestyle & all that comes with it. She considers herself to be down to earth, and prides herself on providing a safe, judgment free space for all. Her area of interest includes relational/marital issues, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life transitions. Family conflict and racial/inequality stressors.
When it comes to life, no two roadmaps are the same. We all have unique journeys that we navigate in different ways, and she honors that by taking an eclectic approach to therapy. Making the decision to “do the work” is a crucial, yet rewarding step toward taking charge of your life, whatever that may look like for you. Zuriah welcomes opportunity to support you along your journey.