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Amanda Davis, MA LPC
Amanda Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who joined the
CareNet staff in October 2010. She has worked with adolescents and their
families since 2007 working with the Baptist Children’s Homes of NC and as
an Intensive In- Home Therapist for Family Services of Davidson County.
Amanda provides counseling to individuals (older children, adolescents and
adults), couples and families concerning anger issues, anxiety, loss and grief,
relational issues as well as most forms of personal, marital and family
problems. Amanda has particular interest in working with couples and adults,
both men and women. Amanda holds a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family
Counseling and a Masters of Arts in Christian Education from Southwestern
Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006 and received a Bachelor of Arts
(Psychology) from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2001. Amanda
was licensed as a Professional Counselor in 2010.
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).
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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.