Revision Counseling Center is composed of therapists who strive to help you revise your life to ensure fulfillment.
• Individual counseling
• Couples/ marriage counseling
• Child/ adolescent counseling
• Family counseling
• Group counseling
• Public engagements
• Cognitive Behavior Therapy
• Solution Focused
• Play Therapy
“Whether an illness affects your heart, your arm, or your brain, it's still an illness, and there shouldn't be any distinction. We would never tell someone with a broken leg that they should stop wallowing and get it together. We don't consider taking medication for an ear infection something to be ashamed of. We shouldn't treat mental health conditions any differently. Instead, we should make it clear that getting help isn't a sign of weakness — it's a sign of strength.”
Shelia Holmes is originally from Huntsville, Alabama, and considers Auburn her second home. She attended Auburn University, earning a bachelor of arts degree in Psychology and a master of education degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Shelia is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of the Cumberlands. Shelia provides therapy to help with various concerns from episodes of depression, anxiety, and self esteem to highlight a few. She has provided therapy in various settings ranging from inpatient care, the prison system, community mental health, and a college campus. She is a national certified counselor and a member of the counseling honor society Chi Sigma Iota, ALCA, and ACA. Shelia is currently the president elect for the Alabama Mental Health Counseling Association, and a member of the board of directors for East Alabama Mental Health Center and Valley Haven School. Shelia strives to provide therapy that embarks on gaining insight and focusing on change. Her favorite quote exemplifies the journey of counseling, “I'm not going to tell you to get over it, I'm going to help you get through it.” Shelia provides individual, group, and couples therapy.
LaTrivia “Tori” Mayers was born and raised about 15 miles south of Auburn in Tuskegee, Alabama. She attended Auburn University at Montgomery receiving a bachelor of science degree in Psychology. She attended Troy University where she received her master of science degree in Counseling & Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Tori has worked in the group home setting and as a trauma therapist in the child advocacy setting. She provides therapy primarily for issues related to trauma, life transitions, self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT), and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Tori strives to provide therapy that helps to facilitate change while working towards healing
Cornelius "Fen" Williams-Fenderson was born in Montgomery, AL and raised in Prattville,AL. He attended Alabama State University were he received his Bachelors degree in Clinical Psychology and his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Cornelius is currently working on his Educational Specialist degree at Troy University. Cornelius has worked in both residential and outpatient settings as a Crisis Mental Health Therapist and currently working with the State of Alabama as a Psychological Associate were he provides clinical services to juveniles in the justice system. Cornelius has provided therapy from mental illnesses ranging from Oppositional Defiant Disorder,ADHD to Major Depressive Disorder, and Psychotic Disorders. Cornelius is currently a Associate Licensed Counselor in the State of Alabama and is currently in supervision to obtain LPC licensure.
Amber Richardson is from Athens, GA. She earned her bachelor's degree in Sociology from Georgia Southern University and a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Auburn University. Amber is currently working towards her doctoral degree at Auburn University in Counselor Education and Supervision. Amber has provided therapy in settings ranging from inpatient care to residential treatment facilities offering individual, group, and family counseling services. She has experience working with clients of various cultural, spiritual, religious, and sexual backgrounds. Amber is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is also certified in the Applied Suicide Interventions Skills Training (ASIST). Amber is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and is a member of Chi Sigma Iota (The Counseling Honor Society) as well as Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA). Amber is currently an Associate Licensed Counselor (ALC) in the state of Alabama and is currently in supervision to obtain LPC licensure. As a therapist, Amber’s goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental and affirming space for the healing and support of her clients through building a collaborative therapeutic relationship.
Tiffany Payne is an Auburn, AL, native with a passion for instilling confidence and self-love in others. She earned both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree of Science in Social Work from Troy University. Tiffany is currently working towards her doctoral degree at Capella University. She has extensive experience working with younger/older adults with concerns of grief, depression, life transitions, self-esteem, and anxiety. Tiffany’s goal is to equip clients with the tools and abilities to thrive in a healthy environment. She is currently in supervision to obtain her LICSW.
Angelene Kendall-Henderson is from Hershey, Pennsylvania. She earned her bachelor’s in fine arts from Troy University and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling also from Troy University. Angelene is currently working towards her doctoral degree at Auburn University in Counselor Education and Supervision. Angelene has provided therapy in an array of settings from residential treatment to in-home therapy to children and adolescents. She has provided various services such as individual, group, and family counseling services. She has experience working with clients of various cultural, spiritual, religious, and sexual backgrounds. Angelene also is certified in Infant Mental Health, where she has worked with expecting mothers and children 0-5. She is a member of Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA) and currently an Associate Licensed Counselor (ALC) in the state of Alabama and is under supervision to obtain LPC licensure. As a therapist, Angelene goal is to go on the journey of discovery with clients in a safe and non-judgmental space. She encourages clients to drive their own car, and use therapy as the place to cultivate direction.
Matt Gonzales was born in Houston, TX. He moved to Auburn in 2018 after earning a bachelor’s of Psychology with a multicultural studies distinction from Southwestern University. In 2020, he earned a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Auburn University and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision PhD program at Auburn. He has experience providing individual, group and family counseling with children, adolescents, and adults in crisis and with severe psychological concerns. Matt often incorporates music in his counseling and practices from an existential-humanistic perspective, which means he strives to create an authentic, inclusive, supportive, and trusting relationship with his clients and dive deep: “What does it mean to be you today? What revisions can you make in your life to strive towards who you want to be tomorrow?” He is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), has completed the Arts in Health for Helping Professionals and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) certificate programs, has been trained in trauma-informed care through the BRACE fellowship at Auburn, and is an Associate Licensed Counselor under supervision to attain his LPC licensure.
Raymond Rowell is from the heart of Alabama. He resided in Notasulga and Tallassee, Alabama. He is currently a dedicated student at Auburn University and is on track to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree double majoring in Sociology and Psychology by Spring of 2025. After the completion of his bachelor’s degree, he plans to attend graduate school at Auburn University to earn a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Raymond’s academic pursuits are fueled by a passion for exploring the dynamics of family and relationships, particularly how cultural and socioeconomic factors shape our lives. With aspirations to become a marriage and family therapist, he is committed to helping individuals and families confront and heal from their past to foster a healthier, more vibrant future. He is enthusiastic about the opportunity as an intern at Revision Counseling Center.