Geri Carter, M.A., LMHC
Geri Carter received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Florida. She has worked with adolescents and their families for the past 17 years as a Youth Minister and Mental Health Counselor.
Timothy Evans , Ph.D., LMFT
Tim Evans received his doctorate from the University of Georgia, and is an approved supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He completed an American Psychological Association internship at the University of Delaware. He has worked in community corrections and in a narcotics treatment program; developed a family therapy program for an adolescent psychiatric unit; and has extensive training in marriage and family therapy.
Nicola Haddak is a licensed mental health counselor and certified marriage and family therapist currently in private practice in Clearwater. Her background in Adlerian theory dates back to when she designed and implemented a residential treatment facility for delinquent youth in Bowling Green, Florida based on the principles inherent in Adler’s work. Despite the challenges of implementing Adlerian theory in a juvenile justice commitment program, this work laid the foundation for the contribution she makes as a Board member of the Florida Adlerian Society, her work with the Alfred Adler Elementary Charter School in St. Petersburg, and as an individual and family therapist in the community.
Dr. Kathryn Coker
Dr. Kathryn Coker has been in the mental health/psychology field since 1994, with a Master’s Degree in
Counselor Education from University of South Florida and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from
Argosy University in Sarasota. Dr. Coker has been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor since 2000. She
is the Owner/CEO of Lifewin Counseling, PLLC, which provides teletherapy to individuals between the
ages of 12 and 60. Dr. Coker primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Choice Theory, and Adlerian
Psychology as treatment modalities. She lives in Wesley Chapel with her husband and three children.
Bruce Garver has been in the mental health/psychology field since 2010, with a master’s degree in psychology. He is currently working on another master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Bruce has worked as a therapist since 2017 with the agency, Healing Educational Alternatives for Deserving Students, LLC, which has recently merged with Health Connect America. He provides therapy services to individuals in the Specialized Therapeutic Foster Care (STFC) program. Bruce has been certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (informed), and Accelerated Resolution Therapy. His primary modalities are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Adlerian Psychology. He lives in Lakeland with his wife and four children.