Terra Potter, LMHC

TerraTerra is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who earned her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Lee University in Cleveland, TN.  Terra has 18 years of experience woking with children, adolescents, adults, and family systems.  Her areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, BPD, anger management, grief, problems that occur in adolescence, and family systems.  She has specialized training through the Linehan Institute in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).  Terra utilizes a variety of treatment modalities such as CBT, DBT, and upon request Christian Counseling to ensure that each individual receives the most out of each session. 

Terra has a heart for people and a passion for helping others.  She knows that at times it is difficult to reach out and ask for help.  It is her sincere desire to make this process as easy and as comfortable as possible.  She looks forward to working with you on achieving your goals and facilitating hope, healing and wellness into your life.  To Terra this isn’t just a job, it’s a ministry.  

FAITH protects HOPE renews LOVE strengthens

Please Call or Text Terra at (239) 919-9599

Molly Modzelewski, LMHC

MollyMolly was born and raised in the south hills of Pittsburgh, PA. She graduated with honors from Mt Lebanon Senior High School, where she enjoyed ballet dancing, ice skating, and skiing. From early adolescence on, Molly served her community as a caregiver: babysitting, assisting her younger sister’s girl scout leader, and working in a daycare center.

Molly attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Education with honors, from the University of South Florida. Throughout college, she was a dedicated and loving big sister to the Big Brothers and Big Sisters organization. Later she enjoyed teaching kindergarten and first grade in Lee County.

Upon deciding to pursue a career as a counselor, Molly sought out a position at the David Lawrence Center here in Naples, FL. Getting her feet wet in mental health, she worked as a lead behavioral healthcare technician for the crisis stabilization unit. Molly passionately assisted senior clinicians in creating the center’s children’s crisis stabilization unit. Fully committed to the mental health field, Molly earned her Master’s Degree in Psychology at Florida International University.

Post master’s, Molly provided counseling services in numerous departments for fourteen years at the David Lawrence Center. Initially, she worked for the crisis stabilization unit conducting assessments, providing support, and coordinating care for those in need. Molly’s next four years was spent providing individual, family, and group therapy for children and adolescents in a residential setting. Molly moved to an outpatient setting where she continued counseling individuals of all ages. Over the last three years, Molly completed specialized training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) through the Linehan Institute. She has mastered and successfully utilized DBT treatment interventions including individual therapy, skills training group, phone coaching, and weekly consultation. Molly is also a registered qualified supervisor for mental health counseling interns seeking licensure.

Outside of the office, you will find Molly enjoying the outdoors: paddle boarding, roller blading, camping, and fishing. She also loves spending quality time with her family.

Above all, Molly lives, loves, and believes in what she has been trained to do. All of which is evident through her genuine and compassionate nature. Molly’s innate patience, attentive listening skills, and caregiving qualities allow her clients to feel comfortable and thrive to reach their fullest potential.

Please Contact Molly (239) 331-7680

Jennifer St. Hilaire, LCSW

Jen Non Crop Small PhotoJennifer St. Hilaire is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Qualified Supervisor who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families by empowering and collaborating with them to make sustained changes to promote a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Albertus Magnus College in Connecticut and her Master of Social Work at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Jennifer has been employed as a Program Coordinator and Case Manager at Family Programs Hawai’i, Clinical Supervisor and Therapist at David Lawrence Center, and Supervisor and Addiction Counselor at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation with extensive experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment providing direct clinical care including individual, family, and group therapy, mental health and substance abuse assessments, and crisis intervention services. Jennifer has specialized training in Dialectical Behavior

Therapy through The Linehan Institute – Behavioral Tech and is an EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) approved EMDR Therapist.  Jennifer has been awarded the David Lawrence Center Outstanding Leadership Award, a Commendation and Recognition from the Hawai’i State Senate of the 27th Legislature for Outstanding Contributions to Hawai’i, the Rotary Club of Honolulu Unsung Hero Award, and the Eastern College Athletic Conference Outstanding Academics and Athletics Award. Jennifer is trained in Art Therapy, Behavioral Modification, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Couples and Marital Counseling, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy,  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Experiential and Adventure Based Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Parenting Education, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, and Trauma Treatment. Jennifer provides individualized and flexible services to accommodate your specific needs and will work in partnership with you to reach your goals. Jennifer believes that every person deserves the opportunity to live life to their fullest potential

Please Contact Jennifer at (239) 682-7339