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Tiffany Phillips Counselor-Tupelo

TIFFANY PHILLIPS, LPC-S, NCC

Tiffany lives in Tupelo, MS with her husband and children. Tiffany attended the University for Women to obtain her bachelor’s degree and Nova Southeastern University for her master’s in mental health counseling. Tiffany is a compassionate and dedicated therapist focused on the goals and needs of children, adolescent, and their families. As an expert in the fields of child and adolescent behavior, child development, and educational needs, Tiffany brings a dynamic and passionate outlook into the fields of healing and wellness. Her dedication to spiritual healing and growth allow clients the freedom for self expression and strengthening in faith, empowerment, and connection. She has a background as an educator, with over 16 years of experience, specializing in students with disabilities ranging from Autism, learning disabilities, emotional rulings, and behavioral issues. Tiffany served in the Tupelo School system in excess of 5 years, and her passion for children proved successful, as she worked with children dealing with emotional and behavioral issues. Her passion is healing, which lead her to continue her education into the field of mental health.

DR. FRANKIE STANLEY, MD

DR. FRANKIE STANLEY, MD

Dr. Stanley lives in Belden, MS with his wife and children. Dr. Stanley graduates with honors with a B.A. in Medicinal Chemistry. He graduates from Brody School of Medicine in 1989 and completed an internship in 1990. Dr. Frankie Stanley completed his residency in Psychiatry in 1993. Dr. Stanley has lived in MS and worked for various hospitals in the area since 1993. He specializes in psychopharmacological management of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders. Dr. Stanley's passions outside of medicine include aviation and music.

Paige Pounds - PMHNP-BC

Paige Pounds - PMHNP-BC

Paige recently moved to the Tupelo area from her hometown of Houston, Mississippi. She became a Registered Nurse in 2012 after receiving her associate’s degree from Itawamba Community College. She then received her bachelor’s degree from Western Governor’s University. In 2019, Paige was awarded a master’s degree from Walden University and went on to be credentialed as a board-certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She is now licensed through the State of Mississippi to serve the mental health care needs of those living in Tupelo and the surrounding area. Paige’s role is to provide medication management and brief therapy to those seeking treatment for various mental health care needs, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and bipolar disorder among others. She provides a non-judgmental and compassionate approach when providing treatment to her clients and has a passion for wanting to help others find their path to a better quality of life. Paige enjoys spending time with her two daughters, grand-daughter, and grand-dog. She also loves to travel.

CATHERINE FREY BALDWYN, NCC, LPC, RPT

CATHERINE FREY BALDWYN, NCC, LPC, RPT

Catherine is a Tupelo native who attended The University of Mississippi for both her Bachelor’s degree, as well as her Masters of Education in Community Counseling. After completing her Master’s degree in 2011, Catherine obtained her credentials as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) later that year. In 2014 Catherine became a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Mississippi. Catherine’s primary focus, during and after graduation, has been working with children, adolescents, and their families in a clinical setting. Using Play Therapy as a primary means of intervention with children (ages 2+), Catherine has recently gained her credentials as a Registered Play Therapist (RPT), becoming the first in Tupelo. It is Catherine’s goal to provide quality, developmentally appropriate, counseling to the children, adolescents, and families of North Mississippi.

FARRA CRISWELL, LPC-S

FARRA CRISWELL, LPC-S

Farra lives in Pontotoc, MS with her husband and children. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Delta State University, and a Master of Science degree in Community Counseling, with an add-on in School Counseling from Mississippi State University. She has been a Licensed Professional Counselor in Mississippi since 2002, and a Board Qualified Supervisor in Mississippi since 2010. Farra has experience with all ages, and in all settings from in- patient, children’s residential, out-patient community setting, public school setting and a private international school in China. Most of her experience has been in the public school setting where she has worked since 2007. Farra is passionate about her faith, her family, gardening, and reading. Her desire is to help strengthen families and to empower individuals to cope with difficult situations.

Lane McClellan, LCSW, Ed. S.

Lane McClellan, LCSW, Ed. S.

Lane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a native of Tupelo. She received a bachelor’s degree in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Counseling at Mississippi State University (2006). Lane then attended Columbia University to complete her master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Health, Mental Health, and Disabilities (2009). She most recently attained her Specialist degree in Play Therapy at The University of Mississippi (2018). Throughout her experience as a clinician, Lane has utilized the skillsets of several therapeutic approaches with diverse populations amongst public school, outpatient, hospital, hospice, adolescent residential, and children/adolescent day treatment settings. Lane desires for her time with clients to be a safe space in which clients are supported and valued. She has a passion for mental health and her belief is that there is hope for everyone. In her spare time, Lane loves to read, travel, attend Mississippi State basketball games, go to the movies, and spend time with family and friends.


Marley Phillips - NCC

Marley Phillips - NCC

Marley is a native of Saltillo, MS and two-time alumni of the University of Mississippi. Marley recently completed her Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC.) During her Master’s program, Marley gained supervised experience working with Counseling For A Cause, The Clinic for Outreach and Personal Enrichment (COPE), and Lifecore Health Group. Marley has experience working with all ages and multiple presenting concerns, but her passion lies in working with teens, adults, and couples. She was trained as a person-centered therapist but grew to incorporate an Adlerian perspective and utilize Cognitive Behavioral techniques. In her free time, Marley enjoys drawing, singing, reading, and spending time with her family.