About

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


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


Nicole Hill, MA, LPC

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


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).


Stacy Davis, MACC, LPC

Stacy wholeheartedly believes in establishing a relationship of trust in making counseling effective. She genuinely cares about people and her first priority is to get to know clients and let them know that she is in their corner. From there she hopes to help clients heal, grow and change.
After graduating from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Stacy spent over a decade in full time youth ministry. During those years of engaging in people’s lives she discovered her passion and gifts for counseling. This led her to pursue two masters’ degrees in Christian Counseling and Christian Leadership at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She has now worked as a licensed counselor for over six years helping people with a variety of issues including those related to depression, anxiety, trauma, marriage & family conflict, life transition, and loss of purpose.
One of the best nights of Stacy's life was when she met her husband at Bruster's Ice Cream Shop 13 years ago. They have been married for 11 years and share four friendly and energetic children together.  She often counts her blessings with them and sometimes counts the minutes until bedtime. She knows full well the challenges of balancing life’s demands.
Stacy seeks to constantly grow as a counselor and be the best she can be for her clients. She believes biblical truth has the utmost power to transform lives so integrating those principles into the counseling process is of great value to her.


Lisa Hays

Administrative Assistant

Lisa enjoys the outdoors spending time with her horses, chickens, and cat. She loves Alaska and her annual visit with her cousin in Seward, AK. Her favorite part of these trips is seeing the wildlife and visiting with family.

A family-oriented mother of three and grandmother of four, Lisa is never idle. Her grandchildren span two generations. They all call her “Honey” and being with them is a sweet time for all.

Lisa has been an Administrative Assistant and Case Manager for over 20 years and has worked in the mental health field for the last five years. A self-proclaimed “people lover”, she believes her God-given gift is in caring for people. “I’ve been in the valley, and I choose to find the good in everything and everybody.” It shows! Whether scheduling appointments or greeting patients at the front desk, Lisa always has a smile and a kind word.


Priscilla Jostes, LPC-A

Counselor

Priscilla is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) who was born and raised in Spartanburg, SC, and has been married to her husband Reed since 2019.  During high school, she discovered that she had a passion for listening to others – to their stories, their needs, and their struggles.  This quickly developed into an interest in psychology and the counseling field.  In 2019, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Christian Counseling from Liberty University.  Priscilla began her master’s program immediately following college and graduated in 2021 with her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University as well.  After completing counseling internships in both collegiate and private practice settings, she now works full-time at ECS to serve members of the community who deal with special needs, trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other mental health-related issues.  Her clients consist of a wide range of ages – children, adolescents, and adults – who meet with her on a regular basis to seek empowerment and navigate recovery.  Through her own lens of faith in Jesus Christ, she believes that love, hope, grace, and healing should be extended to everyone.

Outside of the counseling room, Priscilla enjoys leading worship at her church, providing music for local events, and spending quality time with her family – especially Reed and her goldendoodle Honey.

Contact: pjostes@ecsweb.org | (864) 274-0822


Joshua Martin, LPC-A

Counselor

"There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind"- C.S Lewis

Josh believes in the power of a trusted relationship with his client. His goal is to create the safe space needed to allow healing. He welcomes anybody and everybody. He believes life experiences shouldn’t determine who you are but should give you the lessons needed to choose who you want to be.

Josh loves people and loves conversation. In the past, Josh has worked in many career fields, but none fit him better than becoming a counselor. He now gets to fulfill his passion and help many through professional counseling. He worked in the substance abuse field for over three years before transitioning into the private practice setting. He has experience with adolescents, substance abuse, separation/divorce counseling, faith issues, anger management, anxiety, depression, and any life transitions. He received his Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University.

Josh’s beautiful wife Sarah is an elementary school teacher. Both of them have a passion to help others. They are both committed to their faith, good food, frequent travel, and a fun time.


Cookie Fleming

Receptionist

Cooke is originally from Asheville NC and a 1984 graduated from Asheville High. She is a mother of three beautiful kids and the grandmother of nine. While living in Asheville, she worked for the Clerk of Court where she assisted the judges in night court. She also worked for Mission Hospital where she worked in the ER and outpatient registration. She been a resident of Spartanburg for the last 16 years.  She is very active in her church and serves as the secretary for the Congress of Christian Education in Spartanburg. She has also served as the Director of Back to Spartanburg. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, and shopping (especially with her granddaughter). Her favorite scripture is Proverbs 3:5-6.


Kayla Eison, LPC-A

Counselor

Kayla received her bachelor’s degree from Southern Wesleyan University and master’s degree from Gardner-Webb University. Kayla enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and reading.

Kayla welcomes all clients and acknowledges that they are the expert on their life story. During the time she is a part of their journey, Kayla enjoys seeing people work through moments of growth and develop as individuals. Prior to entering the counseling field, Kayla worked as a Victim Advocate, walking alongside survivors of all ages. Kayla is familiar with transition and understands the challenges and beauty that can evolve in the process.


Jacqueline Drummond, LPC-A

Counselor

Jackie has a long history of counseling, working with children in The Department of Juvenile Justice and with young adults working on non-traditional degree programs at Spartanburg Community College. Then, for over 20 years, Jackie worked as a Professional School Counselor for elementary students and families in Spartanburg County.

After years of counseling students, Jackie had a strong desire to incorporate her Christian faith into her counseling practice, so she enrolled in Liberty University and completed graduate coursework to become a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her LPC Associate’s license 2021.

Jackie has been married to her husband for over 35 years and has two adult children. The matriarch of the family, Jackie’s 80+ year old mother, is an “inspiration of positivity” to all and has had a huge impact on Jackie’s love and care for others. Jackie and her husband have spent their lives actively engaged in their local church serving in various ministries. In Jackie’s own words, “I am passionate about helping people. With God’s guidance I seek to help people gain insight into their struggles while empowering them with tools and strategies to live purposefully and productively”

Jackie enjoys crafting, drawing, painting, and media design. She loves listening to various genres of music and is drawn to beautiful architectural designs, muscle cars and engineering marvels. She and her husband enjoy working through projects together. When at home, they relax with their two cats, Holliday, and Zyren.



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