Counselors

Sky Kershner

SKY KERSHNER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Being human is hard! I’m interested in helping us humans suffer less, and live more fully. I’m especially interested in helping people be happier in love, work, and family relationships.   Read more.

(304) 346-9689

sky@kpcc.com

W. ANDREW COUNTS

Andrew Counts, MA, LPC, is a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor and a Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist – the first and only one in West Virginia. Read more.

(304) 346-9689

andy@kpcc.com

SARAH STANLEY

HOPE—the light that we all crave when life seems to end in only closed doors. Whether you find
yourself needing hope in a relationship, to help with anxiety or depression, or to heal deep wounds, we
can get through this together. I am passionate about being a fellow traveler on this road called life with
you. Let me share hope with you, so you can pursue your life worth living. Read more.

(304) 346-9689

sarah@kpcc.com

KERRIE HARRIS

My passion is people. I have been through difficult seasons in life and learned the value of walking through life with people instead of walking alone. Life has shown me that we all have hurts and our emotions can often get the best of us. I am no stranger to these struggles. I believe that there is no “one size fits all” way to healing, and I want to help you find what works for you. Read more.

(304) 346-9689

kerrie@kpcc.com

Kathy

KATHY MUSCARI

I believe each person has unique strengths, diverse learning experiences, and a distinct path toward finding his or her balance (i.e., mind, body, spirit). When facing tough challenges (e.g., stress, trauma, illness, addiction, work difficulties, unhealthy relationships, other life issues), it is reassuring to know non-judgmental support, hope, and healing are within our reach. Read more.

(304) 346-9689

kathy@kpcc.com

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ANN MARTIN

Have you been experiencing pain, feeling sad and irritable, having trouble sleeping or concentrating? Would you like to increase peace and calm in your life? I would like to help in a non-judgmental focused way. Read more.

(304) 346-9689

ann@kpcc.com

BETHANY BLANKENSHIP

 Healing is not linear. It will not be the same for everyone and it will not feel the same. There will be times where we will not all have it together and that’s we’re getting an objective, outside of the box perspective is important. That’s where I come in.  I will walk with you as we venture through the troubles that are blocking your progression forward. I support you and empathize with you because your feelings are valid! Then when it’s needed I will also help hold you accountable for yourself. Read more

(304) 346-9689

bethany@kpcc.com

ERIN STROUP

As counseling is a journey of self-discovery, my goal is to work with you to increase your self-awareness and offer a new lens through which to view the problems you’re facing so that together, we can develop effective strategies that empower you to cope with life’s inevitable struggles and improve your overall happiness. Read more

(304) 346-9689

erin@kpcc.com

PAIGE WINFREE

I am a passionate individual that desires to learn more about methods to improve mental health. I enjoy advocating for those that need support and strive to make a positive impact within my community. Currently, I work at KPCC as the Event Coordinator while working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health. My desire to be a counselor grew as I assisted individuals with making important decisions about their careers that would impact multiple areas of their lives. I hope to bring compassion and hope to those who are struggling. Often, as we walk through challenging times, it can be hard to see what our strengths are. My goal is to help others find strength and resilience through self-awareness.

(304) 346-9689

paige@kpcc.com