Sherlonda speaks on a variety of topics including mental health awareness and treatment, Work/Life Balance, the PA profession and motivational talks catered to her audience. Sherlonda is a former Toastmaster and motivational speaker for Monster.com.
Liking or loving someone who suffers with a psychiatric disorder can be challenging. Over the years we've had family members and friends of patients ask how can they tell which behavior is part of the "disease" and which part is just the patient being "unreasonable." Having a good understanding of things such as the cause, symptoms, triggers and treatment plans of mental illnesses is a great place to start to be able to provide support to your loved one.
Sessions are conducted virtually. Convenient scheduling available and participants can log in from multiple locations, great for including family and friends who don't live nearby.
Many people get psychiatry (medical diagnosing/medication) confused with counseling (coping mechanisms, accountability, "talking to someone"). We believe that optimum care can be achieved when both avenues of care are utilized.
Although our providers with PsychMYway do not provide counseling, we have qualified professional counselors that we can recommend!
Tenelle O. Jones licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) and Addictions Counselor (LAC)
Tenelle currently works full-time at MUSC’s National Crime Victims’ Research & Treatment Center as a Human Service Coordinator II where she spent three years as one of the dedicated therapists who shared in the experience of faith, hope, strength, and healing of the survivors and the impacted communities of the Mother Emanuel AME church shooting tragedy that occurred on June 17, 2015. Now she provides trauma informed care and specialized trauma treatments to individuals who experience a crime; and she acts as a Health Educator in the EMPOWERR program teaching, empowering and leading young teens to make healthy and responsible decisions about sex, relationships, life and their future. She also provides private counseling/therapy for individuals, couples, and families through Low Country Pastoral Counseling Center; she is a Professional Development consultant in areas of self-care, creating work-life harmony, vicarious trauma, and organizational wellness; and she serves as Board Chair on the Board of Directors of PAR (People Against Rape). For the past 23 years, her professional & personal life have been centered around promoting overall mental, physical, and spiritual health of all communities. She remains enthusiastic about showing others that they matter and have a place in this world through counseling, consultation, mentorship, training/education and friendship. She believes that as long as she lets her light shine and remains true to herself, it will give others the courage to do the same.
To schedule an appointment call (843) 364-7798 or
Tyanna Evans MSW, CCTP, LCSWP/S
Tyanna is a Licensed Psychotherapist who has a passion for building relationships and helping others heal and recover from traumatic experiences. It has been the most rewarding experience in her career and with 10 years of clinical practice working with individuals, couples, and families, she has learned that clients are often their own worst enemy and best problem-solver. With navigation, newly learned skills, and empowerment clients have the power to evolve into an improved version of themselves. A combination of traditional and non-traditional therapeutic techniques are utilized to aid in the process.
Tyanna earned her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of South Carolina. She has been a professional in the field since 2009, practicing clinical social work (psychotherapy) since 2011. She is licensed by the State of South Carolina as a Licensed Independent Social Worker- Clinical Practice and licensed by the State of North Carolina as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is an approved supervisor with the Social Work Examiners Board in South Carolina assisting those in the pursuit of clinical licensure. In addition, Tyanna is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the International Association of Trauma Professionals where she is certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional.
Tyanna and her team of therapists and counselors at Evans Counseling & Counseling are here to help. They offer virtual and in-office appointments across the State of South Carolina. Learn more at www.evanscounselingllc.com.
To schedule an appointment call 803-567-0064 or email: Info@evanscounselingllc.com