Pamela is passionate about our mission to ensure that ALL children grow up safe and free from abuse. In addition her lead role at the Exchange Center, she provides in-home support services to at-risk parents. Pam also loves raising awareness in our community by conducting trainings on issues related children and families. Pam is a certified Parenting Specialist and Anger Management instructor.
Lisa Smith, LPC
Lisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has spent many years advocating for issues of abuse and family health. At the Exchange Center, she provides counseling for individuals, couples, and families. She leads our Family Violence and New Beginnings support groups and teaches our Basic Parenting courses. Lisa also loves raising awareness in our community by conducting trainings.
Carolyn Money, LPC
Carolyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a Master's degree in Counseling and Bachelor's in Psychology, along with sixteen years of experience working in hospital, community mental health agencies, and college settings. In addition, she has six years of experience as an adjunct psychology instructor. Carolyn is passionate about helping people to meet their fullest potential. She says that preventing abuse is key to ensuring that children thrive. Carolyn provides Individual, Marriage, and Family Counseling, leads our Parent Support Group, and teaches our Adult Anger Management Class.
Jessica is a licensed social worker who works in the Geneva County satellite office. She has a master's degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Kentucky and a bachelor's degree in Child and Family Studies from Berea College. Jessica has experience working with adults, teenagers, children, and families. She has gained these experiences through working in community mental health, therapeutic foster care, and domestic violence series/advocacy. In Geneva County she provides school-based counseling services to teenagers, advocacy in juvenile court, and teaches parenting classes. She also teaches teen life management classes which focus on teaching skills to teens and providing them with an atmosphere to openly discuss issues that relate to them.
Kimberly received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Social Work from Troy University in Dothan. She provides prevention education and awareness throughout the counties in the Wiregrass area. In the school systems, she teaches age appropriate child sexual abuse classes, life skills, and bully prevention education to grades K-12. She says her life experiences drive her to excel in her position, which allows her to give back to her community. She is married with three children.