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Carleton Irving, MA, LPC

Carleton Irving, is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been
with CareNet since 2009 and additionally has experience with
adolescents in a group home setting. He counsels adults, children,
adolescents, families, parents and couples. Carleton works with life
transitions, depression, anxiety, career counseling, marriages,
relational dynamics and spiritual topics. His particular areas of interest
include identity or self-esteem concerns, men’s issues, grief and
parenting. Carleton is a graduate of Guilford College (BA, 2000) and
Liberty University (MA in Professional Counseling, 2010).
DIRECTORS

Doug Biggerstaff
Andreia Collins
Kim Harris
Katy Junker
Grady McClamrock
Tracie Murphy
Jane Simpson
Tamela Tatum
Greg Williams
Suzanne Wright

Regional Driector

Barbara Saulpaugh
412 N. Main Street   ●    Mocksville, NC 27028   ●   336.751.2041   ●   www.carenetcounselingofdavie.org   
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Eutashia Hunter Rice, MA, LPCA, NCC

Eutashia Hunter Rice is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
(LPCA), National Certified Counselor, and Pastoral Counseling
Resident. She earned her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent
University, and completed graduate work in divinity at Gordon-Conwell
Theological Seminary.  She has over seven years experience working
with at-risk adolescents prior to joining CareNet staff. She counsels
children, adolescents, adults, families, and parents. Her particular
areas of interest include play therapy, spiritual integration, life
transitions, stress management, relational concerns, process groups,
and work with rural and minority populations.
H. Leah Creel, MA, MDiv, LPCA (Licensed Professional
Counselor Associate)

Leah Creel is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA)
who joined CareNet as a clinical resident in 2013.  She earned a
Master of Divinity and an MA in Counseling from Wake Forest
University and received a BS in Biology from Samford University.  Leah
provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and
families and is certified facilitator of “Prepare/Enrich,” an assessment
tool for premarital and marital counseling.  Leah’s clinical interests
include mood disorders, anxiety, grief, crisis, trauma, and the
intersection of physical and mental health.
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