Meet Our Counselors


brittany senseman, lpc-s

Brittany is the founder of Anthology Counseling and Wellness and has a degree in English and Psychology as well as a Masters in Christian Counseling. She is trained as a licensed professional counselor with more than 10 years of experience and enjoys working with individuals, couples and groups in an engaging, understanding and direct approach.


annie higgins, lpc

Annie has counseled in private practice since 2006 and is passionate about working with individuals and couples as well as those who are seeking therapy from a biblical worldview. Her vast experience includes pre-marital counseling, therapy for mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, marriage and family issues and more.


beth flinn, lpc

Beth has more than 10 years of experience as a counselor and enjoys working with clients of all ages, helping them deal with relationships, parenting, life-transition, women’s issues, depression, anxiety and grief. Beth and her son Max have also formed Day One Interventions to help families of those with addiction, eating disorders and mental illness.


sarah burkhart, lpc

Sarah worked as an engineer and teacher before earning her Masters in Counseling at Covenant Theological Seminary and has since been trained in EMDR for the treatment of trauma. She sees both adults and teens and strives to provide clients with tools and knowledge, as well as encouragement and challenge, as they engage in the counseling process.


ginny wiley, lpc

Ginny has counseled clients struggling with anxiety, depression, and relational conflict. She is also certified in EMDR for abuse and trauma victims. Ginny is particularly passionate about working with women, couples and teenagers and seeks to provide a safe environment for her clients to process through various stages of life.


jennifer bartlett, lpc

Jennifer has a wealth of experience as a counselor for clients dealing with anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, life transitions and more in both residential and private practice settings. She enjoys working with adults and adolescent clients and has a special interest in helping those in the Millennial generation.


mat yelvington, ma candidate

Mat is currently working toward his Masters in Counseling. With 20 years of counseling experience as a minister, teacher and coach, Mat looks forward to continuing use his strengths-based positive approach that helps his clients thrive in their strengths and not be defined by weaknesses.