Practicing from a Biblical Worldview, Envision counselors believe that every person is a valuable treasure, that everyone is capable of creating positive life changes, and that hope can be found even in the most difficult circumstances.

Judy Jankowski, LPCS, LPC, CACI

Judy has been a counselor since 2013, but has been in the world of people development, coaching, and life study for much, much, longer. She has been married to her first and only husband for over 30 years. She is a mother, a step-mother, and a grandmother. Like most people, she was not raised in a perfect home and spent years learning to make healthy life choices. She stumbled into the business world quite by accident and found success in management and consulting.

Still, her natural gifts have always been in working with people. Whether it is encouraging a co-worker, comforting a child, or presenting solutions to a group of executives, she has a passion for helping people explore possibilities. She finally decided to pursue this passion in the field of counseling. She received a Master of Science degree in Professional Counseling, is licensed in the State of South Carolina as a Professional Counselor and is a Certified Addictions Counselor.

Contact: info@ecsweb.org | (864) 278-0590

Bobbie Shannon, MA, LPC

Bobbie Shannon LPC has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over 25 years. She is licensed in both North and South Carolina. She completed her undergraduate work at Gardner Webb University and her graduate degree at Webster University.

She began her career at Polk Mental Health working with youth at risk and added adults and families. She spent 9 years as the counselor at Steps to Hope; Polk County’s domestic violence shelter and worked exclusively with women’s issues, including but not limited to, domestic violence, sexual assault, codependency, and self-esteem issues. Bobbie believes in meeting people where they are and then help them discover solutions.

Her specialties include domestic violence, sexual abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, and family work. She has been trained in the EAGALA model of equine assisted psychotherapy since 2009 and continues the equine work in her private practice in Tryon, NC.

Bobbie enjoys gardening, reading and spending time in nature, but her lifelong passion is the love, care, and rescue of animals.

Contact: BShannon@ecsweb.org | (864) 278-0593

Beth Baily-Billmeyer, BS, Office Manager

In her many years of experience as a manager and director of Operations, Human Resources, and Counseling Services, Beth has gained a deep understanding and appreciation for the important work of Envision Counseling Services. Beth is responsible for all the very important and necessary work that takes place outside of the counseling office. But don’t let her sharp business mind fool you. Beth is a counselor at heart and serves the community by acting as a Mentor for “Fostering Great Ideas”, is an Equine Specialist on a counseling team at Hope Remains, and is a member of the South Carolina Christian Foundation.

Beth is married and has two horses and four dogs. She is an animal lover (especially horses) and an expert in natural equine and canine pet care.

Contact: bethb@ecsweb.org | (864) 278-0591

Elizabeth Perry, MA, LPC

Elizabeth knows what it’s like to struggle with acceptance and finding your place in the world. She worked in a variety of areas and backgrounds before finding her calling in psychology and counseling.  She completed her education, and then gained experience in several areas of the field, including working with survivors of domestic violence and those with substance use disorders. She discovered that she felt most called to help people by assisting them in learning how to enhance their lives by: improving their ability to face stressors and problems; by working on their personal and/or professional relationships, by developing healthy habits; and by gaining confidence in their ability to make decisions. Elizabeth feels that she has the unique perspective of someone who has been there, as she has had to work through some of these issues herself. She now lives in the Spartanburg area with her husband, family, and two dogs. Please contact her for a free phone consultation and start the process of feeling better today.

Contact: EPerry@ecsweb.org | (864) 278-0598

Nicole Hill, MA, LPC-A

As a teen, Nicole faced some circumstances that were out of her control but learned to own them and work with what she was given. She is passionate about helping others be healthy and happy in life and in relationships. Nicole has experience with adolescents who have been through traumatic situations and helped them to know that there is hope. She takes pride in helping others find their purpose and be confident with what that purpose is. She serves adolescents, teens, and adults with issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, and setting boundaries in relationships by building a partnership in a safe environment where they can find validation and support without judgement.
Nicole is a wife, mother, stepmother, and grandmother who enjoys cooking, listening to music, laughing, and spending time with her family.

Contact: nhill@ecsweb.org | (864) 278-0606

Susan Strain, MA, LMFT

Susan’s journey to becoming a marriage and family therapist began with the simple desire to help others. Susan’s passion is working to help build and strengthen families. Susan has worked with persons in various stages of life from pre-marital couples, to parents, to divorced and separated persons, and to those suffering with grief and loss.

Susan’s areas of specialization include individuals, couples, groups, anxiety, stress, parenting, anger management, and domestic abuse.

Susan considers it a privilege to sit with you and share your stories and concerns and looks forward to meeting and working with you.

Stephen Prince, MA, LMFTA

One thing that we can all count on is change. Even positive change, like getting married or getting that much sought-after job, can lead to lower than normal levels of satisfaction in life. Steven has found that with the right support, we can pass through any stage or difficulty in life. We can grow, and in time, even thrive!

Using his experience, training, and education, he loves to work with people who are going through changes and struggles or are looking for support that guides them through a difficult time. Having worked in vocational rehabilitation, he has helped individuals adjust to starting, finding, and losing jobs. As a mental health counselor, he has worked with families and individuals who struggle with the difficulty of managing depression, anxiety, personality disorders, trauma, grief, and developmental issues. As a substance use counselor, Steven has worked with and seen, firsthand, the damaging effects of a life of substance dependency. In all of these areas, he has been able to collaborate with individuals and families to find positive change and growth.

As a young, married man with children, Steven has worked to maintain the balance of healthy living despite personal difficulties he has had to overcome. Steven learned to work through the hardships and find peace in all situations. His desire is to work with everyone to help them find happiness, stability, and peace.

Marty Height, LPCS, LPC, LAC

Originally from Ohio, Marty moved across three states before landing in South Carolina for college. He quickly fell in love with the people, weather, and a southern girl named Ashley. Now married with two awesome boys, Marty enjoys family time, weekend trips with his wife, documentaries, and a good Netflix binge.

After receiving his bachelor’s degree from North Greenville University and master’s degree from Columbia International University, Marty gained experience in the fields of substance use and mental health. He has worked with people from all walks of life and enjoys entering the change process as people adjust, grieve, and process life experiences. Additionally, he is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, and Licensed Addiction Counselor.

In the counseling process, Marty uses relationship building to develop the foundation from which to address needs. Drawing from personal experience and education, he works hard to support people as they move from where they are to where they want to be. Motivated by his deep faith, Marty feels that all people matter, and that change is always possible.

Marty is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC).

Becky Hegwood, MA, LPC

Becky has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2015. Her first job in the field was working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness in a Clubhouse setting, and this experience resulted in significant insight into the importance of a healthy mind, body, and spirit balance. In addition, it ignited a spark to help individuals find their voices and advocate for what is important for their own wellbeing. She has since worked in a variety of settings with children and adults and with a variety of presenting issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic mental illness, and anger. Counseling is her passion, and the power of the human spirit to manage and overcome life’s stressors is at the core of her approach to counseling. While life is often stressful, resulting in feeling “stuck”, Becky believes that we all have the ability to determine our paths and not only survive, but thrive. She imagines herself a fellow traveler along the path of life and would consider it an honor to accompany and support you along your way.
Becky currently lives at home in Union with her family, including one awesome Husband, a sweet Grandmother, and a menagerie of the best fur babies ever.

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