We believe that no one should have to fight their battles alone.

The Counseling Center at Seacoast exists to come alongside people in pain to help provide healing and clarity in the harder seasons of life. Our team of therapists take a biblically-integrated approach to help people better understand their pain and the freedom God offers.

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Our Counselors

Adam Martin

MAPC, MFT, DMin Learn more ›

Adam Martin


With more than 25 years of ministry experience, Adam has learned that while he may have studied theology in seminary, very few people want to meet with him to talk about theology. They do, however, want to talk about their pain. Wanting to be better equipped for those conversations, Adam began pursuing further education in counseling. Two Masters degrees and a Doctorate later, Adam considers it an honor to help people navigate the emotional distress that often comes with life.

Adam has successfully worked with individuals to overcome depression, anxiety, grief, addiction, and relational challenges. An area of specialty for Adam is in working with couples to help restore marriages that have experienced communication issues, intimacy challenges, and betrayal. Adam believes there is a unique intersection between our pain and God’s presence, and seeks to integrate the timeless wisdom of God with empirically-supported therapeutic strategies.

Adam is married to his college sweetheart Dana, and she is still his favorite person to this day. They are blessed with two adult children, Matthew and Emma. When he is not spending time with family or working, Adam enjoys, surfing, golf, or almost anything outdoors.

Michael Morris

MA, LPC Learn more ›

Michael Morris


Almost 50 years ago, Michael embraced the call to pursue ministry, and through the years, he has seen a common thread of pain with many individuals and couples. With a yearning to be better prepared for counseling, Michael secured a Masters degree in professional counseling.

Michael has worked with many personal concerns, including anxiety/stress, PTSD and other trauma-related difficulties, grief, men’s issues, and relationship challenges. He has numerous hours facilitating couples to restore a healthier emotional, mental and spiritual attachment to each other. Michael uses an integrated approach where he incorporates the best of the Lord’s wisdom and the best of therapeutic insights in a safe and authentic environment.

Michael is married to Cyndy, the love and joy of his life. They are blessed with three adult children, two sons-in-law, one daughter-in-law, and four grandchildren. Michael loves spending time with his family and friends.

Aubrey Hoffman

LPC-A Learn more ›

Aubrey Hoffman


Aubrey is a dedicated Christian therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate. Her journey toward becoming a therapist began with her undergraduate studies at Auburn University, followed by obtaining a Masters degree in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling. During her professional development, Aubrey worked at a Crisis Stabilization Behavioral Health Center in North Charleston. She counseled adolescents and adults dealing with psychosis, dual-diagnosis, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, and detox issues. Aubrey finds fulfillment in providing compassionate, holistic, evidence-based therapy. Her therapeutic approach centers on helping her clients develop effective skills to improve self-awareness, communication, coping skills, healthy relationships, and conflict resolution. Aubrey and her husband moved to Charleston 4 years ago. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach, taking long walks with her golden retriever, exercising, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.

As an LPC-A, Aubrey is currently supervised by Kelly Quarles (SC license #7020 / 6225).

Martha Camille Banks

LPC-A Learn More >

Martha Camille Banks


As a Charleston native, Martha Camille has a calling to help individuals in the low country. Believing that every person is uniquely designed by God, she adapts her therapeutic process to meet the needs and goals of the individual. Her professional focus is to provide a safe place that promotes healing and enables people to overcome their obstacles. Martha Camille offers a holistic approach in her work with adolescents, young adults, and families. She is uniquely equipped to help people navigate anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, body image issues, disorganized eating, self-harm, communication struggles, ADHD, interpersonal relationships, adjustment disorders, grief, and mood disorders. Martha Camille earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Columbia International University. During her time there, she was trained on how to integrate faith into the counseling process. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of South Carolina and has a special place in her heart for the teaching community.    In Martha Camille’s free time, she enjoys being with family, watching movies, riding bikes, hiking, going to the beach, and anything on a boat.

Cindy Iarussi

MA, EdS, LMFT Learn More >

Cindy Iarussi

MA, EdS, LMFT, LMFT/S Candidate (South Carolina; New Jersey)
Clinical Director

BA Education of the Deaf, The College of New Jersey
MA Counseling and Rehabilitation, New York University
EdS Marriage and Family Therapy, The College of New Jersey

Cindy’s model of therapy is integrative, blending systemic, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral models of therapy. She has experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families, where there is a history of depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, OCD, chronic mental illness, addiction, or relational challenges.

Kirsten Mohn

PhD, LP Learn More >

Kirsten Mohn


BA Psychology, Minors: Linguistics, Asian Studies, St. Olaf College
MS/PhD Clinical Psychology Specialization Neuropsychology, Drexel University
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology, Movement and Memory Disorders, UNC-Chapel Hill

Kirsten’s model of therapy is integrative and responsive to the need of the client but is primarily informed by cognitive-behavioral and biopsychosocial models. Throughout her career, she has worked with medically and neurologically complex individuals.  Kirsten’s focus is to provide care to adult/older adult clients navigating change, loss, and the impacts of neurodiversity.

Angie De Meistre

M.MFT, LMFT Learn More >

Angie De Meistre

M.MFT, LMFT (South Carolina; Tennessee)

B.A., Pepperdine University, English Literature, Religion and Theological Studies
M.MFT, Lipscomb University, Master of Marriage and Family Therapy
Doctoral Student in Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT), Fuller Theological Seminary

Angie employs an integrative model of therapy, which combines Attachment-based Systemic, Narrative, and Mindfulness-based frameworks to help co-create opportunities for hope and healing for women and couples navigating seismic life changes, family conflict, chronic illness, professional and athletic performance anxiety, depression, and grief and loss. Angie has additional clinical experience working with emerging adults in a collegiate setting, and with women and couples navigating infertility, pregnancy loss, perinatal mood disorders, and adjusting to new parenthood.

Deanna Walter

MA, LPC-A Learn More >

Deanna Walter


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Clemson University
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Richmont Graduate University

Deanna uses an integrated, strengths-focused approach to therapy, incorporating cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and motivational interviewing techniques while engaging with clients’ personal stories. She has experience working with adolescents as well as adults and enjoys helping clients navigate challenges with anxiety, depression, relationships, body image, self-esteem, perfectionism, faith, and parenting.

She is being supervised by Jennifer Klatka, LPC/S – LPC.9770 PCS

Chrysti Carol Propes

MA, LMFT-A Learn More >

Chrysti Carol Propes


BS Early Elementary Education, Western Kentucky University
MA Marriage and Family Therapy, Liberty University

CC’s model of therapy integrates systemic approaches utilizing cognitive-behavioral therapies. She has experience working with adults, couples, and families where there is a history of depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, grief, burnout, communication issues, and betrayal.

She is being supervised by Cindy Iarussi, LMFT, LMFT/S Candidate – License Number 6973

Megan Keller

Counseling Graduate Intern Learn More >

Megan Keller

Counseling Graduate Intern

BA Psychology, Clemson University
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University (Expected August 2024)

Megan’s integrative therapeutic model incorporates various cognitive-behavioral approaches. She has experience working with adolescents and adults dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, grief, and faith/spirituality.

Frequently Asked Questions

All counseling center team members must comply with federal HIPAA laws and all state-specific confidentiality requirements.
Our offices are located at 713 Long Point Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC, 29464.
All scheduling is handled centrally through our client intake portal.
Due to the nature of their schedule, your therapist may not be available for emergent needs. If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911 to get appropriate medical care.
The cost for an individual session is $100.00/session and the cost for a marriage or family session is $125.00/session. Hourly rates are subject to change at the discretion of the counseling center.
Scholarships may be available to ensure that finances are not a barrier to care. To apply for financial assistance, please complete the scholarship application. A complete application along with supporting documentation must be submitted before a request can be reviewed. For your protection, all information is confidential.
Yes. You can donate any amount to the scholarship fund to help make counseling affordable for everyone. All donations to the counseling center are tax deductible. Give now ›
All payments will be processed within 24 hours of your counseling session. Payments can be made via debit or credit cards, HSA/FSA cards.
While we do not accept insurance, we are happy to provide a receipt of service so that you can file for reimbursement from your insurance provider.
Any cancellation within 24 hours of a scheduled appointment is non-refundable.
The goal of the Counseling Center at Seacoast is to help people find freedom by integrating evidence-based therapeutic techniques within a biblical framework.
We understand that not every client wants counseling within a biblical perspective. Our therapists understand how to honor the unique needs of the individual regardless of their faith background.
Yes, all of our therapists acknowledge personal faith in Jesus Christ.
No. While we are a Christ-centered practice, our services are available to everyone.
Our therapists are trained in a variety of evidence-based counseling techniques to address the different challenges that people face.
The length of treatment depends on many factors such as the nature of the issue and the motivation of the client.
As a minimum requirement, all of our therapists have a Masters degree from an accredited university in a counseling-related field of study.
We will always try to honor any requests made for a specific counselor. If that counselor is not available or is not trained in your area of need, we will assign a counselor based on their specializations and availability.
Depending on counselor availability and qualifications, we may be able to provide counseling to minors between ages 13-18. Please direct inquiries to our Office Manager at counseling@seacoast.org.
Depending on counselor availability and qualifications, we may be able to offer counseling to groups. Please direct inquiries to our Office Manager counseling@seacoast.org.
Yes. As long as you have reliable internet access, we can offer counseling virtually.

More questions?

Contact our team if you have any additional questions.