Ethos Share Gathering
If part of your 2017 resolution was to embrace honesty and vulnerability, or if you are looking for ways to better connect with those who struggle with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, etc. then please join the Ethos Share Gathering once a month in the Ethos basement @ the Cannery. Ethos Share Gathering meets once a month on a Tuesday evening at
We believe there are many seasons in life in which Biblical Counseling can play a vital role in continued growth a maturity of an individual or family. At Ethos Church, we are committed to helping our church family grow deeper in all facets of the Christian journey. We are pleased to provide connections to godly counseling through the following people and counseling centers.
Harpeth Hills Counseling Center
The counseling services are offered to the Harpeth Hills church family, as well as the community at large. While individual therapy is provided for matters such as anxiety or depression, a major focus for the Center is that of “relationships.” This includes preparation for marriage, marital therapy, divorce adjustment, stepfamily adjustment and parent-child relationships. The Counseling Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 615-690-4661.If appointments need to be canceled, clients are encouraged to call 24 hours prior to their scheduled time in order to make the necessary changes. The customary fee for counseling is $85 for an initial evaluation and $85 for each hourly counseling session. While the counseling center does not file insurance, clients are free to file their own insurance to assist in paying for counseling. Financial assistance is available to Ethos Church Family Members.
Andy Melton: MS, LPC-MHSP
My experience includes over 15 years training and
Allison Wilkinson: MMFT
Allison is passionate about helping those who feel trapped, isolated, stifled, or stuck find a powerful and unique voice of their own. She desires to work with women, young adults and adolescents from all backgrounds to help them gain a clearer perspective and experience a more authentic and purposeful life. She has previous experience working with women and young adults whose stories included substance abuse, trauma, being victim to racial/economic prejudice, criminal
Allison believes that each of us
Allison graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is currently working under the supervision of Jennifer Black, LMFT. In her free time, Allison enjoys spending time with her husband, hiking, painting, playing board games and reading. She is a firmly-rooted, practicing Christian and an Ethos family member, but in no way expects her clients to hold the same beliefs.
Contact Allison by phone at 615-592-1302.
Nathan McCarty: BA, MMFT
Nathan knows that dealing with hopelessness, anxiety, and other stressors in daily life can be difficult, confusing, and sometimes unmanageable. He works with individuals, couples, children, adolescents, and families on learning to cope with and understand these stressors, as well as manage and overcome them. Nathan takes a systemic approach to therapy by utilizing Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Based Intervention, as well as Solution Focused Brief Therapy. His goal is to establish trust and genuine relationships in order to walk clients through the pain and challenges of life.
A native of Montgomery, Alabama, Nathan received his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Lipscomb University. He enjoys hiking, fishing, football, genuine conversation and spending time with his wife and two young daughters.
Nathan can be reached by email or by phone at (615) 979-9319. Nathan is located just off of Interstate-65 in Franklin, TN. Rate: $60-$100. A sliding scale is available based on the need for financial assistance.
Shannon Frazier: MFT Intern
Shannon is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern at Newsong Counseling who is passionate about working towards emotional healing in couples and individuals, specifically in the area of relational distress.
Shannon focuses on minimizing stress, addressing unresolved trauma, and identifying emotional barriers in order to help clients move past crises and into healthier lives and relationships.
Rate: $40 per
- Marriage and Family Therapy intern and graduate student (Trevecca Nazarene University, 2018)
- Bachelor's degree in social work (Belmont University)
- Completed Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) Externship
- Trained in Brainspotting (Level 1)
- Trained in Prepare and Enrich inventory for couples
- AAMFT Student Member
- ACA Student Member
Lipscomb University Family Therapy Center Graduate Program
The Lipscomb Family Therapy Center serves the mental health and relationship care needs of individuals, couples, and families in the Nashville community. We provide confidential, compassionate and comprehensive therapy services on a variety of issues in a comfortable and private setting. Therapist interns work under the supervision of licensed marriage and family therapists and Lipscomb University MFT faculty. Clients have the advantage of working with a treatment team as opposed to an individual therapist.
We offer a generous sliding scale fee from $10-$90 per session (based on income and family size) and make every effort not to turn anyone away because of an inability to pay. Located on the edge of Lipscomb University’s campus, on-site parking is available. At the Lipscomb Family Therapy Center, we welcome everyone, regardless of religious or spiritual background, and we believe that seeking help shows strength and a personal commitment to becoming a healthier person.To contact, email or call 615-966-5300.
Financial assistance is available to Ethos Church Family Members. If you would like to meet with someone from our ministry team regarding financial assistance for counseling with Harpeth Hills, email . In the email be sure to tell us which campus you attend. (Cannery, Marathon, Hillsboro Village)