Shannon D. Mullen, Ph.D.
Shannon D. Mullen completed her Ph.D. in Psychology from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. Dr. Mullen is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia. Prior to her doctoral studies, Dr. Mullen completed a Master of Arts in Counseling at the University of New Orleans. Dr. Mullen established Mosaic Psychological Services where she provides clinical and forensic services.
Mandy B. Mullen, LCSW
Mandy B. Mullen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in both Georgia and Florida. Ms. Mullen received a B.S. in Human Services and has a Masters of Social Work from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida. Her current professional specialities are play therapy, trauma counseling, child and adolescent behavioral problems as well as marital therapy and relationship counseling. She is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Ms. Mullen is also the System of Care Director and is responsible for ensuring the best patient experience for receiving services at Mosaic.
Destin N. Stewart, Ph.D.
Destin Stewart, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia and specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Stewart completed her undergraduate education at Florida State University with a major in psychology and an emphasis in psychology of religion. She completed a masters degree in clinical psychology at Mississippi State University and then went on to obtain a Ph.D. in psychology (APA approved) from The University of Tennessee. Dr. Stewart completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship (APA approved) at the University of Florida Counseling and Wellness Center. Her professional interests include forensic evaluation, psychological and psychoeducational assessment, women’s mental health broadly defined, and sexual trauma. Dr. Stewart has specialized training in neuropsychological assessment as well. Dr. Stewart has held placements at two major university counseling centers, several hospitals and outpatient clinics, and private practice. Dr. Stewart has published several peer-reviewed publications in the fields of forensics, psychology of gender, and the psychology of religion. Dr. Stewart is also an expert witness and has testified in many surrounding counties, both juvenile and superior court, within southwest Georgia.
David Valpuesta, MFT
David Valpuesta received his Master's of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University. Prior to obtaining his Master's degree, Mr. Valpuesta received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Florida State University. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, he understands that when people experience trauma or severe stressors, life may seem to unravel. It is his passion to help couples, families, and individuals experiencing martial or relational conflicts, adolescent behavioral problems, and bereavement issues.
Rachelle H. Cantin, Ph.D., NCSP
Dr. Cantin obtained her undergraduate degree at Albion College, where she majored in psychology and graduated with honors. Dr. Cantin received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from Illinois State University. While at Illinois State, Dr. Cantin was bestowed the Ora Bretall Graduate Fellowship and University Fellowship. She completed specialized training in neuropsychological assessment, with an emphasis on executive functioning. Dr. Cantin concluded her doctoral studies with a clinical internship at the APA-approved Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center in Tallahassee, FL. She subsequently completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Georgia Pediatric Psychology in Atlanta, GA, with a primary focus on the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of developmental, educational, and behavioral disorders among child and adolescent populations, with an additional specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorder, intervention, and educational consultation.
Twyla L. Mancil, Ph.D
Dr. Twyla L. Mancil obtained her undergraduate degree at Georgia Southern University, where she majored in psychology and graduated with highest honors. Upon receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, Dr. Mancil was admitted to the Clinical Psychology Master of Science program at Georgia Southern University, where she completed one year of study before being admitted to the School Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida in 2006 with an Alumni Fellowship. Dr. Mancil completed her doctoral clinical internship at the APA-approved Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center in Tallahassee, FL and received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Florida in August 2012. She subsequently completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Moore Counseling Center in Moore, OK, with a primary focus on the assessment and treatment of autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Mancil has clinical and research experience in the assessment and treatment of developmental and behavioral disorders among child and adolescent populations, with additional specialization in early childhood assessment and intervention and educational consultation.
Carrie Milhous, LPC
Carrie Milhous believes that psychotherapy is a process of healing and of discovery that leads to an awareness of who you are and who you were created to be. Her clinical experiences include working with adolescents and adults who live with ADHD, anxiety or affective disorders, assisting parents in developing successful parenting strategies, marriage preparation and enhancement, and supporting older adults as they encounter disabilities and caregiving responsibilities. Carrie favors a strength based approach with a cognitive behavioral orientation.
Carrie is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia and also is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida. She obtained her Master of Arts degree in Counseling at the University of Notre Dame, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Clinical and Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to that she received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Georgia Southern University.
Kate M. Harrison, Ph.D.
Dr. Kate Harrison received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Louisiana State University. Prior to receiving her degree, she completed an APA-approved internship at the Florida State University Multidisciplinary Evaluation and Consulting Center (FSU MDC). She subsequently received postdoctoral supervision and training at the FSU MDC and is currently completing her postdoctoral residency at Mosaic Psychological Services, LLC. Dr. Harrison has clinical experience in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with academic, behavioral, social, and emotional difficulties. She specializes in the assessment of Specific Learning Disorders and ADHD and in the treatment of anger, aggression, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, anxiety, mild depression, disorganization, and poor study habits. She also has experience in school consultation and in assisting parents in implementing effective parenting strategies to manage behavior problems at home. Dr. Harrison is passionate about helping children and adolescents improve their overall well-being and achieve their personal goals.
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Candace Strickland, BS