Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Mission of Partners’ Mental Health Clinical Services

We take a client-centered approach and person-first approach. At partners In Learning we strive to do what is best for the client and find the best fit for them. We also take an integrated therapy approach, which uses a mix of different therapies to find what works best for each client.

What is Therapy & Benefits of therapy

Psychotherapy involves communication between patients and therapists that is intended to help individuals find relief from emotional distress, seek solutions to problems in their lives, and modify ways of thinking and acting that may prevent them from productivity.

It helps build self-esteem, reduce anxiety, strengthen coping mechanisms, and improve social and community functioning. Supportive psychotherapy helps clients deal with issues related to their mental health conditions which in turn affect the rest of their lives. 

Services offered 

Individual Psychotherapy: $80 per session* **

Initial Assessments: $100

Group Therapy: Free

Groups: 6:15pm-7:15pm

-Teacher Support Group: last Thursday of each month (Telehealth)
-School-Ager Peer Support Group: second Thursday of each month (TBA on Telehealth or In-Person)
-Parent Support Group: First Tuesday of each month (Telehealth)
-Support Group for Parents of Autistic Children: 3rd Tuesday at 7 p.m. (Telehealth)
*Register for support group via referral link*
*Telehealth link sent upon referral request*

Services (Not Limited To):


-Attention Deficit Disorder

-Anxiety and Panic Disorder

-Child Adolescent Treatment (3-10 yrs.)


-Long Term and Short Term Psychotherapy

*Insurances Accepted at this time:


-Blue Cross Blue Shields

About Me: Angel L. Thomas, MSW, LCAS-A

Angel L. Thomas was born in Brentwood, NY but raised in Memphis, TN, and considers herself a Southern Belle. Angel received her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from Lane College in Jackson, TN, and her Master’s in Social Work from Alabama A&M University. She is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate (LCAS-A) and working towards getting her Clinical Social Worker Associate License (LCSWA). Angel’s passion is children, and she loves helping the community.

Angel is a wife and has been married since 2015. She became a mother in 2020 to her son, who is medically complex with a trach and g-tube. Angel states that being a mom to a child with special needs has made her more understanding and wanting to help others even more now than ever before. Angel is also an active member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc, where she is the Community Service Chair for her chapter.

Angel lives by the quote, “We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.”

About Me: Elizabeth Webb, LCMHCA, M.H.S. CMHC

I completed my Masters of Health Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Catawba College in May of 2022. During this time I was able to complete my clinical internship at Novant Behavioral Health in Winston-Salem, NC.  I also graduated from Catawba College with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science in 2019.

Our Approach

We take a client-centered approach and person-first approach. At partners In Learning we strive to do what is best for the client and find the best fit for them. We also take an integrated therapy approach, which uses a mix of different therapies to find what works best for each client.