She has specialized in the treatment of those with prolonged combat trauma, and has served as a Military Sexual Trauma Therapist. She and her husband and two children live in Jacksonville, NC.
Previously she has worked as a therapist in a variety of settings, including private practice, community mental health agency, and community outreach. Briedis is devoted to assisting people grow and change.
Her goal is to help equip, encourage, and engage clients as they journey through difficulties they face in their lives.
Terry earned his MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Prior to joining Care Net, Terry served clients in private practice at Fredericksburg Christian Counseling Center in Virginia for over 25 years.
He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is ordained by the American Evangelistic Association.
He has worked with individuals and families for over 35 years, including 14 years with Lower Cape Fear Juvenile Services. Storey’s schedule allows for daytime and early evening appointments at the Wilmington College Road clinic, Mondays through Thursdays; and the Jacksonville clinic on Fridays.
He is the former Director of Pitt Regional Juvenile Services in Greenville, N. Office Administrator Bonnie Prevatte joined Wilmington Care Net Counseling in February of 2015.
With over 30 years in customer relations and office procedures/management, she brings an extensive background in insurance, claims processing, information and records management.
She looks forward to walking with you on this journey towards healing and peace. Smith’s work with Wilmington Care Net includes supporting individuals, couples, families, and children who are struggling with issues related to physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; marital and relationship discord; phase-of-life issues; and trauma. Smith earned an MS in marriage and family therapy and a Ph D in Christian counseling, and he is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Smith is a retired veteran with extensive experience working with military families. Smith’s schedule allows for daytime and early evening appointments at the Wilmington center on Friday and other days by appointment only. In 2010 she began working as a contract therapist at the Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune.
He is past President of the NC Marriage and Family Therapy Association and previously served as Executive Vice-President of Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina. There she provided counseling to active duty service members in individual, couples, family and group sessions. Stakely moved to the Department of Veterans Affairs, where she has provided mental health care to active duty service members, to veterans, and to their family members. Stakely’s experience with military life began with her father’s extended service in the Air Force.
Terry Tackett has worked with individuals, couples and families for over 25 years.