All counselors are licensed and have experience working with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues.

Kenneth Barwick, M. Div., MSW, LMFT
Kenneth Barwick, M. Div., MSW, LMFTTherapist
Ken Barwick is both a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a retired ordained elder in the South Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Ken was the first Director at Mt. Hebron Counseling Service at its inception in 1986.
As a therapist, Ken works with adults, couples and children from a Bowen Family System model that views the evolution of symptoms from both a multigenerational, individual and interactional context.
Ken and his wife have three adult children and four grandchildren. Outside of work, Ken enjoys guitar, reading, bee-keeping, and searching for and collecting Native American artifacts.
Martha Beahm, EdS. DMin, LPC, LMFT
Martha Beahm, EdS. DMin, LPC, LMFTTherapist
Martha Beahm is an affiliated clinician with Mt. Hebron Counseling Service. She is an ordained minister and is a licensed professional counselor and marriage and family therapist. She is a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists. She is also a board certified Life Coach and Wellness Coach. Her clinical areas of expertise are Individual, Marital and Family Therapy, Recovery from Domestic Abuse, Personal Growth Counseling, Spiritual Growth and Concerns, Clergy Concerns, Recovery from Sexual Abuse and Grief Recovery. In her spare time Martha enjoys going into the great outdoors, running and walking with her four-legged best friend, Precious. She also enjoys working in her garden and playing flute with the Columbia Community Concert Band.
Dr. Donna Jones, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
Dr. Donna Jones, Ph.D., LPC, NCCTherapist
Donna is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an affiliated clinician with Mt. Hebron Counseling Service since 2007, and offers counseling and hynotherapy services. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Columbia College, Master’s degree from The Citadel and her Ph. D. from AIHT. Besides being credentialed as an LPC, Donna is also a National Certified Counselor. Donna has worked in several state agencies as well as for private and non-profit agencies. Donna is married and has two adult children. Her hobbies include reading & traveling.
Megan Phillips
Megan PhillipsTherapist
Megan Phillips is a Licensed Master Clinical Social Worker who obtained her degree from the University of South Carolina. Megan spent the first part of her career working for the State of SC with youth and adolescence before moving on the help adults and families. Megan is trained in DBT, CBT, MI, and crisis intervention. Megan also holds two addictions licenses and has worked with those struggling with addiction. Megan works well with people from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities. When she is not working Megan enjoys spending time with her family and animals. She likes to garden and spend time in the sun on the beach.
Leigh Reedy, LISW-CP
Leigh Reedy, LISW-CPTherapist
Leigh Reedy earned her master’s degree from the University of South Carolina and is an affiliated clinician with Mt. Hebron Counseling Service. She works with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and other issues that make life difficult; also with couples seeking to improve their relationships. Her experience is with state and local mental health centers, hospitals, non-profit agencies, school systems, and Critical Crisis Response Teams. Certified in EMDR and TFCBT, both trauma focused therapies; She also utilizes Gottman’s Couple’s Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Bowen’s Family Systems Therapy and other traditional cognitive and behavioral therapies. A busy wife, mother, and grandmother; Leigh enjoys reading- preferably at the beach – and spending quality time with family and friends.


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