Home / Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone / Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone – Fayetteville, NC Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone – Fayetteville, NC Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Every day, our nation’s heroes struggle with the mental and physical scars uniquely earned through military service. The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone is a not-for-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to supporting this selfless population by offering accessible, high-quality mental healthcare services. We have walk-in clinics in Clarksville, Tennessee, Jacksonville, Florida, and Fayetteville, North Carolina and also offer telehealth, face-to-face video therapy to reduce barriers to treatment. Who We Are Who We Serve Our Services Meet Our Team Forms Contact Us Donate Who We Are In 2016, philanthropist Steven A. Cohen recognized the need for accessible, high-quality mental healthcare services for our nation’s service men and women and their loved ones. In that year, he made public a long-term commitment to provide that care by establishing the Cohen Veterans Network; a national network of Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics dedicated to ensuring veterans and their families receive the support they need to lead fulfilling and productive lives. To help further this commitment, the Cohen Veterans Network partnered with Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading behavioral health service providers. For more than 60 years Centerstone has been delivering life changing care by providing comprehensive, integrated behavioral health services for all ages. Together, CVN and Centerstone are on a mission to provide veterans and military family members with compassionate and effective care to help heal the invisible wounds of war. In 2017, the first Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone was opened in Clarksville, TN. Three years later in 2020, the mission was expanded to include additional clinics in Jacksonville, FL and Fayetteville, NC. Who We Serve Veterans & Active Duty – We serve post-9/11 veterans and anyone who has served in the United States Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience. All sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome. We also treat active-duty service members with a TRICARE referral. Family – We serve the entire military family, including parents, siblings, spouses or partners, children, caregivers, and others of veterans and active-duty military. Although we make a priority of serving post-9/11 veterans, each Cohen Clinic will assess all veterans based on their specific needs. We will make every effort to see pre-9/11 veterans who can be best served by our level of targeted outpatient care, based on clinician availability. Our Services Services are provided by culturally competent professionals trained to work specifically with veterans and their families. Veterans and their family members are able to receive services individually and as a family unit with the same treatment team. The Cohen Clinic provides the following services: Counseling for individuals, groups, couples, children, and families Psychiatric evaluation, treatment, and medication management Parent consultation Case management and resource connection Life skills and wellness groups Telehealth services that allow access to therapy from home or work Transportation to and from appointments The highly skilled clinicians at the Cohen Clinic treat a variety of behavioral health challenges, including: Depression Stress Post-traumatic stress Substance misuse Sleep problems Anxiety disorders Anger Grief and loss Transitional challenges Relationship and family difficulties Treatments and brief evidence-based therapies include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Meet Our Team Our Cohen Clinic at Centerstone team is led by experienced, culturally competent professionals who are trained to work specifically with veterans and their family members. Towania Caldwell, M.A., HS-BCP – Intake Coordinator Towania Caldwell is a U.S. Air Force veteran who understands the challenges military families face. As the clinic’s intake coordinator, she is often the first to determine how the staff at the Steven A. Military Family Clinic can best serve a veteran or family member seeking support. Her responsibilities include managing and executing referral screenings with potential clients both telephonically and in-person with a focus on post 9/11 veterans and their families. She also administers and completes appropriate initial paperwork, psychometric screeners, and health record documentation to support clinical staff for ongoing treatment of clients. Towania holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology, a master’s degree in Human Services with a minor in Marriage and Family Therapy and is board certified in human services. Matt Turner, LCSW – Clinician Matt Turner is a licensed clinical social worker who is passionate about serving veterans and military family members in need especially those suffering from PTSD. Matt utilizes trauma-informed approaches in assessments and treatment of PTSD and is grateful to be able help his clients heal and live their best lives. His professional history includes providing outpatient therapy to children/adolescents who were in foster care, providing home-based services to this same populations, working in inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and also in outpatient private practice. He has experience helping clients with depression, anger, anxiety, suicidal ideations, substance use concerns and occurring disorder. Matt is also trained in Critical Incident Stress Management and has assisted both individuals and groups following traumatic events. Natasha Schauer, MSW, LCSW, LCAS – Clinician Natasha Schauer is a United States Army Veteran with two Operation Iraqi Freedom deployments. Since finishing her time in service at Fort Bragg in the 82nd Airborne Division as a Non-Commissioned Officer, Natasha has become skilled in mental health and substance abuse counseling. Now a licensed clinical social worker and licensed clinical addiction specialist, she is also well versed in assessment, individual and group therapy, suicide prevention, and crisis response. Natasha has specialty training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for adults, adolescents and children. Her areas of focus are individuals diagnosed with personality and complex trauma related disorders, enhancement of effective parenting, and the treatment of adolescent and childhood conduct, disruptive and mood related disorders. Natasha holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master of Social Work. Kami Perez, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS-I – Clinician Kami Perez has worked with both active duty service members and veterans in outpatient settings and has counseling experience across a variety of treatment venues which include: inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse, community and assisted living based services, and medication assisted treatment services. Kami holds a master’s degree in social work and also has experience working with issues related to chemical dependency, anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and personality disorders. Her training includes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Relapse Prevention. She is also a registered national Cognitive Processing Therapy provider. Marfa Nicanor, MSW, LCSW-A – Clinician As a former military spouse for 19 years, licensed clinical social worker, Marfa Nicanor, is passionate about working with Veterans and their families and understands the unique challenges military families face. Marfa believes in working collaboratively with her clients; whether it be an adult or child individual, family or couple that seeks her support, she strives to use their strengths to help them work through challenges and achieve their goals. She uses a blend of therapy, motivational interviewing, psychoeducation and solution focused therapy to best serve her clients’ needs. Marfa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work and is trained in TF-CBT, CBT for Suicide Prevention, and PTSD assessment. Diana Miller, LCSW – Clinician Diana Miller works to ensure that clients leave therapy sessions with the practical tools, knowledge, and resources to meet their therapeutic goals. She enjoys fostering her own growth and development through on-going evidence-based education, trainings, certifications, and research so that she may continue to provide and expand her comprehensive therapeutic services. Her special interests include using Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and working with military-affiliated individuals and families, blended families, couples, PTSD/trauma, mood disorders, grief and loss issues, life transitions, and cultural and LGBTQ+ impacts. Diana is the spouse of a veteran active-duty Army soldier, daughter to a Marine veteran and an experienced Clinician who has worked with veterans, military spouses and their family members. She strives to provide an authentic, client-centered, mindful approach in therapy to empower her clients to strengthen their skills and resilience in resolving their own problems using evidence-based tools and methods to relieve or reduce identified symptoms and improve quality of life. For Diana, creating a safe, nurturing, and secure space is the foundation of her practice. She says, “Once that foundation is created, clients can feel comfortable taking the next steps towards working on issues that they would like to address. Trying in and of itself is brave. My goal is to help you help yourself take the next best step one at a time.” Tiffany Douglas, MSW, LCSW – Lead Clinician Tiffany Douglas is an Army spouse who is familiar with the challenges faced by military families. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience in mental health and substance use disorders. While an Ohio native, Tiffany has moved several times with her military family. As a result, she has worked and lived in Tampa, Fla. and previously in Fayetteville, N.C. As a result, she has worked with newly diagnosed oncology patients, clients within the department of children and family services and Gold Star families. Most recently, she served as a clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in Clarksville, Tenn. Her clinical experience includes areas of assessment and diagnosis, individual therapy with adults with specialty focus in trauma, suicide prevention, grief and loss, and substance use. Tiffany holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work. For Tiffany, the greatest takeaway from her professional experience is that “the magic of therapy is ever changing with each client.” She says, “I hope that for every client I work with, I am able to plant a seed of hope in their lives even if they are not prepared for change at the moment.” DeAndra Parker – Case Manager DeAndra Parker is the proud wife of an Army veteran who is excited to utilize her awareness and understanding of military culture to best serve our veterans and their families. Alongside her support for our veterans, DeAndra served military families for 3 years as both a patient representative and case manager with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley. She is eager to continue providing a positive attitude and friendly face for our clients while making an impact on the lives of veterans and military families. DeAndra holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Shanon Myers – Office Manager Shanon Myers strongly believes in providing accessible mental health services to those in need. As a parent of a child with multiple mental health challenges, she knows firsthand the impact that quality mental health services can provide for a family. Shanon has called North Carolina home for more than 15 years and, now after serving as the Office Manager for a local mental health agency for the last six years, she proudly joins the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone eager to serve the Fayetteville military community. Shanon strongly believes the clinic is an invaluable resource to military families and stands ready to ensure they receive the support they’ve earned. Major (ret) Sharjuan Burgos – Outreach Director Major (ret) Sharjuan Burgos is a 27 year, dual military soldier who understands the challenges a life of service demands. She is also no stranger to the Fayetteville area having been stationed at Fort Bragg for 10 years. Upon retiring, Sharjuan wanted to give back to her community and to support those she knew best – veterans and their families. As the Cohen Clinic Outreach Manager, Sharjuan draws on her personal military experiences and expertise as a human resources expert to grow the clinic’s client base and collaborate with community partners. She takes pride in being able to connect veterans and their families with evidence based behavioral healthcare and support, that impacts veterans’ lives and helps bring them back to better. Sharjuan holds a Master’s Degree in Human Recourses Development and is currently working towards a Doctor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management. Megan Simental, MSW, LCSW – Intake Coordinator Originally from Washington state, Megan Simental is an Army spouse who has called the Fayetteville-Fort Bragg area home since 2019. As a military spouse, she has worked closely with families at Fort Bragg providing support and resources to those who are navigating the unique experiences and challenges military life presents. Megan has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and holds a master’s degree in social work, as well. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, she is grateful to be working closely with military service members, veterans and their families in her role as an Intake Coordinator. Outside of work, Megan enjoys trying out new recipes, checking state and national parks off of her bucket list and appreciating a hot cup of coffee any time of year, even in the North Carolina heat and humidity. Rachel Wolff – Office Coordinator Rachel is an active-duty military spouse and mom of two boys who is originally from Colorado. Fort Bragg is her family’s second duty station. Rachel is currently going to school for her bachelor’s degree in psychology (pre-counseling) to become a clinician and work with veterans and the military community. “I am extremely excited to be part of the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone in Fayetteville team!” Kenya Forbes – Office Coordinator Kenya Forbes is from Fayetteville, N.C., and is mom to two adult daughters. She has many years of experience in health care and has worked in mental health care administration for more than five of those years. Kenya has joined the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone as one of the Office Coordinators. Forms Intake Packet – Adult Intake Packet – Child Release Authorization Resources Notice of Privacy Practices Client Resource Guide Statement of Client Rights Contact Us The Steven A. 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