GRETA ENRIQUEZ, MA LCMHC,
TAMARA LIASCHENKO, MA LCMHCA LCAS-A,
AND OUR TEAM ARE SAGESTONE, LLC.
Greta Enriquez (pronouns: she/her/hers, they/them), originally from NJ, graduated with an MA in Psychology and Counseling from Goddard College in 2013. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in NC. Greta has over 8 years experience as a life coach, tutor, and mentor, and 5 years providing professional and personal development seminars focused on psychological, developmental, and educational issues. She also holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities and Culture, with certificates in Women and Gender and Creative Writing. Greta is a social justice advocate and uses her clinical and academic experiences to inform her work. Creative writing, story-telling, and fine art contribute to Greta's overall approach, with a focus on the client's needs and the way in he or she understands their goals.
Greta works with clients age 5 to adult and has specific training in cognition and learning, identity, and socio-cultural issues.
Tamara Liaschenko (pronouns: she/her/hers) hails from VA, by way of NY and PA. She holds an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in NC. She has a background in dance, movement, and art which she uses in combination with her experiential, trauma, and substance use/abuse training. Her prior work experience ranges from corporate business and restaurant management to teaching and extensive group work.
In addition to experience, she also brings a strong dedication to self-empowerment and healing arts. She offers individual, couples/family, and group counseling incorporating multimodal and expressive methods (including psychodrama, art, music, and play), as well as traditional therapeutic techniques, including CBT/DBT, narrative therapy, psychodynamics, and talk therapy. In addition, she has implemented groups following standardized therapeutic models, including Dr. Stephanie Covington’s curricula A Woman’s Way Through the 12 Steps and Beyond Trauma, and actively draws from multiple therapeutic methods in order to assist her clients in ways that work best for them. She serves diverse populations, including adults, adolescents, and families, who may be suffering from mental illness, relational and emotional difficulties, issues related to trauma or substance abuse/dependence, and those in need of counseling.
Courtney Jost (pronouns: she, hers, hers), originally from New York, found her way to NC by way of attendance at UNCW. She fell in love with the area and received her Masters in Social Work in May of 2020. She is currently Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker Associate in NC. She also holds her 200hr yoga certification and a certification for providing yoga to children.
She has been working with children and families for the past 6 years and over the past two years has also worked with individuals in assisted living facilities. Her experience includes Applied Behavioral Analysis, Child Protective Services, mentoring, crisis intervention, and parenting education. She has worked with little’s as young as 3 and adults of all ages, couples, and families who have experienced trauma, mental illness, relational issues. She also has training in working with individuals with Autism and their caregivers.
Courtney's therapeutic style encompasses a range of methods and framework. She intends to meet her clients where they are, noting every individual and therapeutic process is unique - therefore she works with you to find what works best for you. Motivational Interviewing and Solution Focused therapy are two modalities she uses to help empower her clients, along with play, mindfulness, and yoga.
Katherine Thompson (pronouns: she/her/hers) grew up in rural North Carolina and recently made Eastern NC her home. She received her MS in Clinical Counseling with an emphasis in Addictions from East Carolina University and is currently a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Associate (LCMHCA) and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCASA), both in NC. Katherine is a member of the ACA and NBCC.
Katherine utilizes a humanistic approach drawing from the techniques of Adlerian Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy. She relies on the concept of belonging to a community and using feelings of inferiority for growth. Katherine values a strong client-counselor relationship and the concept of unconditional positive regard. She also frequently uses CBT techniques as well as Motivational Interviewing. Katherine serves a diverse population of adults, children, and families with mental health and/or substance use concerns including grief, suicide loss, trauma, and addiction.
Brooke Krieger, originally from Harkers Island NC, grew up in the Emerald Isle area. She just recently graduated from Carteret Community College with an associates degree in Human Services Technology. After the completion of her internship with us here at Sagestone, she was recently hired as our Administrative Assistant. She hopes to attend Lees-McRae College in the fall to pursue a bachelor's degree in Human Services Technology.
We respect and acknowledge the vital aspects of your life and take a “whole you” approach to our work. We use empathy, compassion, and curiosity to better understand you and your needs. Our approach to practice and to life can be summed up in the words of the poet Kahlil Gibran, "No human relation gives one possession in another—every two souls are absolutely different. In friendship or in love, the two side by side raise hands together to find what one cannot reach alone."
Creating New Paths
Supporting you in pursuit of your specific goals with mentoring, peer support, and appreciation of the personal qualities you bring to the world
Using tools and awareness to helpyou achieve a greater sense of balance
Assisting your journey toward personal growth
Supporting you when you feel pulled in multiple directions - both internally and externally and helping you ground at the liminal spaces.
Hepling you remember the importance of you,while coaching you to embrace your inner light