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Toni Allbritton has been employed with Darsey, Black and Associates since January 2013. Prior to joining the organization, Toni accrued over ten years of experience in office management within behavioral health offices. Toni currently serves as the Office Manager at Darsey, Black and Associates. She is committed to the mission and values of the organization, and strives to ensure the organization makes ongoing improvements and achieves compliance. Toni resides with her husband, Matthew, and daughters, Alexandria and Emme in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
Front Office Manager, Assistant Program Coordinator
Christina is an “Army Brat” who resides in Hinesville with her husband and two children. She has been employed with Darsey, Black and Associates since 2016. She received her certification as a Medical Front Office Assistant from Savannah Technical College. Christina brings to the team a meticulous, patient-oriented approach, placing our client’s needs foremost. Her willingness to help others and work as a team brings a positive energy to the company. Christina is our Front Office Manager.
Dominique Sibley, MA
Dominique has been a resident of Hinesville, GA for 21 years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Young Harris College, and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree at Armstrong State University.
Her ambition and drive has allowed our programs to grow within the community and several counties. She works well under pressure, and her ability to learn and demonstrate key characteristics is what makes her a valuable member of the DBA team. Along with being the Assistant Office Manager, Dominique is the Program Coordinator for our CCFA, Wrap, and Sex Offender programs.
Tommy Black, PhD, LPC
Dr. Tommy Black is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in private practice since 1998. Currently he serves as a member of the Georgia Composite Board for Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists. He also serves as the Chair of the Rules Committee and on the Advisory Panel for the National Board of Forensic Evaluators.
Dr. Black has extensive experience and training in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, REBT, and DBT. He works with a myriad of life issues but has particular expertise in Grief/Loss, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, Impulse Control Issues, Relationship difficulties, and Adjustment Difficulties.
Sarah Anderson, MA, LPC
Clinical Training Coordinator and Clinical Supervisor
Sarah Anderson is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. She has been with Darsey, Black & Associates for nearly four years after coming to coastal Georgia as a military spouse. Sarah works with couples, families, adults, and children and currently provides various assessments, evaluations, and in-home therapy services.
Rebecca Morris, MSW, LCSW
Rebecca Morris is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been providing comprehensive clinical mental health services since 1999. Born and raised in New York, Rebecca moved to Georgia in 2004 as a military spouse. She has extensive experience working with military individuals, couples, and families. Rebecca works from a strengths-based and cognitive-behavioral perspective in which services are tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of each individual and family.
Individuals will benefit from a safe place to explore their emotions and increase their awareness in an effort to improve daily functioning and preserve relationships with others. Rebecca also assists in developing policies and providing supervision in order to ensure continuous improvement in the quality of services offered by our agency.
Jason Nietzke, MA, LPC
Jason Nietzke is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in private practice since 2010. Jason earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, Counseling Specialization from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Over the past several years, Jason has worked in-patient, traditional out-patient, as well as provided in home therapy for at risk youth with severe emotional and behavioral problems.
He believes in a systems approach, utilizing teams consisting of family members, teachers, and other professionals to best meet your needs. Jason’s strengths include quick and thorough assessments of anger, marriage, domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse, and sexual issues to insure you receive the most comprehensive and appropriate services necessary to aid you in overcoming your concerns.
Renee Sylvester, MA, LPC
Renee Sylvester has been with Darsey, Black and Associates for nearly 10 years. Renee specializes in assessing the needs of individuals and families, many of whom are involved with the Department of Family and Children Services. Renee has also had training and experience in the assessment and treatment of sexual abuse victims and perpetrators. In addition to her position as a counselor with our Agency, Renee is also employed as an adjunct instructor in the Psychology Department at South University in Savannah. She lives in Long County with her husband, daughter, and many animals.
Kalyn Robinson, LPC
Kalyn N. Robinson is an Associate Professional Counselor, who has been in private practice since 2020. Kalyn earned a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Prior to being with Darsey, Black, and Associates, Kalyn worked with the Alaska Native Population in Anchorage, Alaska, and moved to Georgia as a military spouse. As such, she has experience working with military individuals, couples, and families. She has also worked with The Department of Family and Children's Services in an effort to reunify families across the Southeastern Region. Working in a strengths-based approach, Kalyn is able to tailor the needs of the individual to the treatment they receive.
Krystal Horton, MEd, LPC
Lead Clinical Supervisor
Krystal Horton is a native of Coastal Georgia who graduated from Bradwell Institute before studying at Georgia Southern University. She provides individual therapy to children, adolescents, and adults who are struggling with emotional issues such as Anxiety, Depression, or Adjustment. Krystal’s therapeutic techniques have assisted her clients in developing healthy coping skills and improved self-esteem. She has also had success in working with adolescents who engage in self-harming behaviors and with individuals suffering from chronic illness.
Leigh Mosley, LPC
Leigh Kirkland is a military daughter, sister and granddaughter. Her family was stationed at Fort Stewart before settling in Statesboro where she attended Statesboro High school. She completed her understudy in Child Psychology at Kaplan University and Masters in Counseling at Wake Forest. Leigh worked with children and adolescents for two years before joining Darsey, Black and Associates. She attained her LPC in October 2021 and continues to work with children and families as well as adults. Most recently, Leigh achieved a certification in Animal Assisted therapy and is has a desire to implement animals into therapy sessions.
Natasha Simmons, LCSW
Natasha Simmons is a Licensed Master Social Worker and obtained her Masters in Social Work with a focus in Trauma and Interpersonal Violence, which she paralleled with Child and Family at Simmons University. She is currently working toward completing her Doctorate degree in Community Care and Counseling/Traumatology to further enhance her techniques and skills in working with those she encounters whom have experienced trauma. Natasha has an interest in the effects of trauma with individuals and the effects it has on relationships and one’s ability to interact with others and within society.
She utilizes a Strength-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach with and provides services to children, adolescents and adults, individually, as couples and as a family, within the home and in the office.io coming soon.
Terri Butler, MA, LPC
Terri Butler is a native of Savannah, Georgia. She was a stay home mom who raised 6 children and has 7 grandchildren. Terri waited until her children were grown before attending college and entering the professional work force. Family is very important to her, and she draws from a lifetime of wisdom and experience, as well as education, to help others heal and recover from emotional pain. Therapy is about change and growth. Terri is dedicated to helping clients gain the strength and the skills they need to accomplish their mental health goals.
Terri completed a bachelor’s degree in 2015 and master’s degrees in 2018; both from Liberty University. Terri has been working in the mental health field for over 7 years and has been a Licensed Professional Counselor Since May 2022. She has experience working with children, adolescents, individuals, families, and couples. Terri has experience in forensic counseling such as working with adults and juveniles on probation, and helping families navigate and follow the requirements of court orders including co-parenting, and supervised visitation. Terri uses an eclectic approach by utilizing interventions from a variety of therapeutic approaches. Terri is skilled in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Reality Therapy, Psychoeducation, Grief and Loss, and Mindfulness. Terri also has strong skills in Biblical Counseling using scriptural authority.
Terri has a passion for working with women and believes in taking time to build a strong therapeutic relationship. She believes in helping women find their identity and reach their potential by developing a healthy, positive self-image. Terri takes a strengths-based approach to build hope and resilience with clients who are struggling with low self-confidence caused by depression, anxiety, or past trauma.
Jennifer Fussell, MA, LPC
Jennifer is a native of Georgia who went to Mercer University for her Bachelor’s degree. She has received a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jennifer uses a Cognitive Behavioral Approach to working with clients of all ages in treating various issues, such as Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Religious Trauma, and LGBTQ+ issues. She believes in creating a safe, judgement-free space for her clients to allow them the freedom to discuss their hardships and heal from them.
Christina Dixon-Moton, MA, APC
Christina Dixon-Moton is an Associate Professional Counselor who earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her degree was earned from Grand Canyon University and she has been with Darsey, Black, and Associates since 2021. Over the past three years, Christina has worked with The Department of Family and Children's Services in effort to provide families, couples, adults, and youth with home therapy. She has also obtained certification in Family Reunification and has training and experience with adult and children’s assessments. Christina continues to provide traditional outpatient and home therapy to families, individuals, and couples with the utilization of strength-based approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy.
Haley Simpson joined the Darsey, Black and Associates administrative team in May of 2014. As the primary medical receptionist at the time, her attention to detail and organizational skills were unparalleled. Haley’s commitment to the Agency, and her ability to meet the needs of a growing company, quickly led to her rise in administrative positions. In 2016, she earned her Medical Billing and Coding certificate, advancing her into the position of Billing Coordinator. Using her new skills and her knowledge of the company, Haley was able to streamline the billing process. Her support for both the clinicians and the clients makes her an invaluable asset.
Haley has a longstanding relationship with the military community. She was raised in the Fort Stewart area and is a military spouse. She resides with her husband and their four-legged child.
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