MaDonna Brown, MA, LPC, NCC, CCMHC
MaDonna Brown is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is originally from Kentucky and earned her degree in Mental Health Counseling from Western Kentucky University.
Before coming to Life Recovery, MaDonna worked at Family Works Psychological Center as a full-time therpist where she worked with clients of all ages. MaDonna was also the Executive Director of the Wayne Pregnancy Care Center in Goldsboro where she counseled women in crisis pregnancies and oversaw the day-to-day activities of the center.
MaDonna began working at Family Works in 2007 and was a member of the Geriatric Specialty team and a part-time therapist. In 2008 MaDonna became a full-time therapist at Family Works. She also worked at a local high school providing therapy to adolescents one day a week.
MaDonna is married with three children and two grandchildren. She has over 40 years of life experience that has helped to increase her knowledge of how to relate to people in a way that helps them feel comfortable. She also has the ability to help people open up and share what’s going on in their lives.
- Self-Esteem Issues
- Individual Psychotherapy including Adults and Children
- Christian/Spiritual Based Therapy
- Marriage and Couples Psychotherapy
Hank Brown, MA, LPCA
"UPDATE" Hank is now working as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. Hank is offering 50.00 sessions while working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor. He still works with people needing Life Coaching
He is originally from Kentucky where he attended Western Kentucky University majoring in Sociology and ROTC. After moving to North Carolina, Hank attended Mt. Olive College and earned a degree in Religion. Hank has ten years experience in the military were he worked his way up to Captain.
Previously, Hank worked at Eastern Correction as a case manager where he would advise inmates on personal problems, educational and training needs, employment resources, vocational skills, family problems and institutional adjustment. During his employment at the prison, he worked as the director of the "New Leash on Life" dog program. This program helped inmates relate to a dog for 8 weeks along with providing structure, meeting their needs such as food and water, giving love and a sense of meaning. Hank also counseled inmates on setting goals, planning for the future, ways to handle daily living and manage the stress of prison life.
-Individual Psychotherapy including Adults and Children
-Christian/Spiritual Based Therapy -Marriage and Couples Psychotherapy