I am Jolin, and I am a master’s level counselor in pursuit of LPC-MHSP licensure with the state of Tennessee. I am currently under the supervision of Dr. Joy R Samuels ​​(TN Lic 2364), Jennifer Reeves LPC-MHSP NCC, and Alice Stricklin LMFT.

I grew up in Lebanon, TN. I received my bachelors degree in Neuroscience from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and I received my masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lipscomb University. 

I work with individuals, couples, and families. I approach counseling from a person centered focus, prioritizing the therapeutic alliance between the counselor and client. This creates a safe environment for holistic healing to take place where clients can be their most authentic self. I am passionate about the work I do with my clients. I have experience in working with addiction, trauma, life adjustments, grief, relationship and family issues, anxiety, and depression.

Jolin is also a certified facilitator of the SYMBIS assessment, a practical marriage assessment that focuses on understanding, connection and healing for the marriage or preparation for marriage. 

Jolin accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

To schedule with Jolin:

Call: 615-486-2282

​Email: jolin.baker@maicounseling.com

Haleigh Farmer, MS

Jessica Mosher-Regan, MA

Lindsey Dye, LPC-MHSP


Hi there! My name is Madelynn Kraft, and I am thrilled to hear you are thinking about seeking counseling services. I am masters level counselor on the LPC-MHSP track for licensure. I am under supervision with Dr. Samuels and Jennifer Reeves, LPC-MHSP, NCC. I received my undergraduate degree from Birmingham Southern College, and my master’s degree of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lipscomb University. 

The most important thing to know about me is that I truly love being a safe space for people seeking healing. My approach is somatic, holistic, and person centered. I am trained in brain spotting and sand tray and have found these modalities to be extremely healing in my work with clients. I have experience working with those with trauma, addiction, personality disorders, anxiety, depression, and other life stressors. It is an honor to be part of my client’s healing journey.

Madelynn accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

To schedule with Madelynn:

Call: 615-257-7415

​Email: madelynn.kraft@maicounseling.com

Ashley Davenport, Psy.D.

Madelynn Kraft, LPC - temp

Paymun Najmi, LCSW


​​​​​Providing Professional Counseling in Lebanon, TN




​​I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a designation of Mental Health Service Provider (MHSP) serving Lebanon​. I am certified with the National Board of Certified Counselors. I began my career by providing treatment for those struggling with substance abuse in a residential substance abuse setting as well as an intensive outpatient setting in Nashville, TN.  I provided individual, group, family, and marital therapy for substance abuse, dual diagnoses, and the severely and persistently mentally ill. As I continued my professional career, I expanded my work to include children and adolescents. I specialize in working with adults, children, and adolescents who are struggling with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse, and anger management. I am experienced in working with personality disorders, family conflict, and developmental disorders. I have knowledge and experience working in coordination with court systems, and also within school systems.

I offer psychotherapy for individual adults or children ages 16 and older. I approach therapy with a Person-Centered approach, which recognizes that everyone is an individual with a unique history, strengths and potential. I also will utilize a Cognitive – Behavioral Approach and will work with each client to identify patterns and develop realistic solutions to their issues. I am also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which enables people to heal from symptoms and emotional distress and are a result from disturbing life events.

I am also an approved supervisor and would love the opportunity to supervise new graduates working towards licensure.

I strongly value seeing every client as an individual. I find genuine enjoyment working with each client and believe it to be a privilege to be a part of every individual story. Beginning therapy can be a challenging step towards a more positive future. Taking that step is vital to growth and future happiness. It is an honor to be a part of that journey. 

*Jennifer is not currently accepting new clients. *

Jennifer's contact info: 

Call: 615-969-7066

​Email: jennifer.reeves@maicounseling.com


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Jennifer Reeves, LPC-MHSP, NCC

My name is Haleigh Farmer and I am a Wilson County native. I hold a bachelor’s degree in History, Criminal Justice, and Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University. I am currently pursuing my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Capella University. 

My approach to therapy is to create a safe and non-judgmental space to encourage and empower all individuals to heal, grow, and reach overall well-being. I work with adults, adolescents, and children and use different approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Play Therapy, and other creative therapies including both mindfulness and supportive techniques. Each person is unique and I strive to create a plan and environment that is specific to their needs and goals. My clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, depression, life changes and adjustments, and body and self-esteem issues; with a special interest in working with grieving clients. 

I am currently under the supervision of Jennifer Reeves, LPC-MHSP, NCC 

Haleigh accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

To schedule with Haleigh: 

Call: 615-208-4364
Email: Haleigh.farmer@maicounseling.com

I am a doctor of psychology with a specialty in working with nutritional and integrative medicine. I am a published researcher on topics including the long-term benefits and effects of psychotropic medications. 

I have professional experience working with youth on probation, completing psychological testing, and facilitating group therapies directed toward substance abuse, domestic violence, children of divorced parents adjustment groups, autism spectrum social skills, adults with schizophrenia life skills, and more. 

I also have experience at various community mental health clinics and have designed and created group therapy curriculums/provided mental health services. I am a consultant and educational trainer for local churches of multiple faiths and community programs that seek to provide tools and resources to their congregants and attendees. 

I am ​in pursuit of my LPC-MHSP licensure with the state of Tennessee. I am currently under the supervision of Jennifer Reeves LPC-MHSP NCC (#3005).

To schedule with Ashley: 

Call: 615-200-8052

​Email: ashley@maicounseling.com


Jolin Baker - Gruznina

Erick Farmer, LPC-MHSP

I am Jessica Mosher-Regan, originally from Upstate NY, I made the move to the Middle Tennessee area four years ago by way of Florida following my honorable discharge from the US Navy.  I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Tennessee State University, and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Palo Alto University.

 My approach to counseling is rooted in the strengths-based perspective, which recognizes the inherent strengths and resources within individuals. By incorporating your unique values and goals, we can collaboratively formulate a treatment plan that aligns with your needs and aspirations. I am passionate about helping individuals overcome obstacles, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and cultivate meaningful relationships. Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, or other life stressors, I am here to support you on your journey toward emotional well-being and fulfillment. I am EMDR trained. 

 Having served in the US Navy and lived as a military spouse, I bring a deep understanding of the challenges faced by veterans and military families. I possess a unique background that enables me to provide tailored support to those who have served our country. I am committed to helping military veterans and their families navigate the unique issues they may encounter, providing a safe and understanding space for healing and growth.

 I am currently under the supervision of Jennifer Reeves, LPC-MHSP, NCC.

 Jessica accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.



Jessica's contact information is: 
Call: 615-281-9537
​Email: jessica@maicounseling.com

Kristi Ward LPC-MHSP

MAI Counseling Services LLC  




I am a licensed professional counselor with mental health services provider designation (LPC-MHSP). I utilize an attachment-focused, EMDR approach to therapy.  I specialize in working with clients who have trauma, and that has been my primary focus for the past 10 years. I love my work and feel very passionately about walking with my clients on their recovery journeys to be the most healed version of themselves possible. 

I am not currently taking new clients and do not offer a waiting list option. Thank you to every client who has trusted me with your care.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker certified through the Tennessee Board of Social Workers. I am a Nashville native and I have been fortunate to provide therapeutic services to adults, children and adolescents within the Greater Middle Tennessee area in a variety of professional settings. Through my experiences in the mental health field, I have learned about numerous barriers individuals and families have faced in accessing and securing mental health treatment. I believe the biggest step has been taken, when through these barriers, you have sought out support and assistance to make a change in your life. These changes may include, but not be limited to: seeking improvements in mood and thinking patterns, motivation to adapt behaviors, learning skills to manage life’s stressors and improving relationships with others and ourselves. I have had the pleasure to assist in meaningful change through my experiences in working with individuals, couples and families. I believe that you are the expert in your life and are fully capable of creating the change you want, I just want to be there to equip you with the tools and help guide you there. 

I am currently providing therapy to individuals of all ages, couples and families. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, family/marital problems and individuals/families experiencing life adjustments and transitions. My approach to therapy is to provide a warm, supportive and nonjudgmental space within a person-centered model. I primarily use techniques and interventions consistent with Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy while integrating components of Solution-Focused Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy Skills Training, and trauma-focused interventions. I will work with you in a collaborative manner to tailor your therapy to your needs and preferences. I look forward to witnessing your healing process. 

Paymun accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

To schedule with Paymun:

Call: 615-200-7765

​Email: paymun@maicounseling.com

Therapy is an experience that I have seen from both sides, as a client and clinician. This is why my approach comes from an empathic, relative point of view. My belief is that a client knows more about what they need better than anyone else. However, we all need guidance and assistance at times to help unlock our potential. My therapy style can be unique to some, but it is grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. I have worked in the mental health field for over a decade. Through this experience, I have learned that each client has their own set of core beliefs, maladaptive coping skills, and a significant barrier to obtaining the life we deserve is difficulty managing uncomfortable emotions. Because of this, I aim to aid clients to grow comfortable with feelings in the moment during sessions, and over time, gain confidence understanding that emotions do not harm us. As a result, we can work to change these unhealthy behaviors one may use to numb and escape feelings that are destructive and harmful. Along with my master’s in education with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, I am a certified Addiction Educator as well. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults (18+). Healing is a marathon, not a race. And I look forward to accompanying my clients on this journey to discovery.

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Erick accepts Aetna, BCBS, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, and UMR. For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

To schedule with Erick:

Call: 615-285-9201

​Email: erick.farmer@maicounseling.com

I'm Lindsey, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Wilson County native.

My focus in therapy is developing self-compassion, healthy boundaries, life balance, and identifying an individualized path to personal growth and healing for my clients. I have 7 years of experience in the mental health field and work primarily with children, families, adolescents and young adults. I have a Bachelors Degree in Humanities and Social Science from Cumberland University (Lebanon, TN) and a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University (Nashville, TN).

I specialize in depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and LGBTQ+ affirming care. 

Lindsey accepts accepts Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, Optum/UHC, UMR, BCBS.  For self pay, sessions are $100 for 50 minutes.

* Lindsey is not currently accepting new clients. *


Lindsey's contact info:

Call: 615-338-7605

Email: lindsey.dye@maicounseling.com