Meet the Counselors


Amy Frew

Ph.D., LMFT, RPT-S, AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Amy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Tennessee, Registered Play Therapist - Supervisor and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. In working with children and teens, she combines the therapeutic elements of art, sand, and play to provide clients a safe and empowering environment allowing for positive change and growth. Amy specializes in helping children (and parents) in emotional regulation, decreasing anxiety, managing anger and impulse control, and strengthening family relationships. Her experience comes from her work with adoptive families, victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and families who have experienced death and divorce. She recognizes that behavioral symptoms may often mask the underlying emotional, relational and sensory needs of a child and works with parents, pediatricians, and teachers to provide systemic support for each client. In addition to counseling services, Amy offers individual and group supervision for individuals working towards their LMFT license and seeking their RPT credential. Amy received her undergraduate degree from Taylor University in Upland, IN and graduated with both her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and Doctorate in Clinical Counseling and Supervision from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN.

Jonathan A. Boye


Jonathan’s professional journey began as a teacher/counselor at Magnolia Academy, a wilderness boot camp for misguided children. It was this adventure that would lead him to take a position at a more traditional wilderness program called Three Springs. During his tenure with Three Springs, Jonathan was promoted from a counselor to a supervisor of a short-term program called Leaps.

Feeling called to pursue a master’s degree, he moved to Waxahachie, TX to obtain a Master’s in Counseling/Psychology at Southwestern Assembly of God University (SAGU). Upon graduating from SAGU, he gained employment at Adapt of Texas, a private organization working with consumers, family members, and other providers to develop recovery-oriented services for those who suffer from psychological disorders. From at Adapt, he moved to Wylie Center at Holston United Methodist Children’s Home, where he became a director for a residential treatment center. Having a need to be closer to family, Jonathan moved back to Franklin, TN to start and head Mercy Behavioral Healthcare program, where he continues to serve as it’s Chief Behavioral Health Officer. Jonathan is a founding member and managing partner of Arcadian Therapeutic Services.


Molly Miller


Molly received a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University and a Bachelor's degree in Human development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. Molly enjoys working with teens, children, and families, empowering them to live the story they strive for. She enjoys play based therapy and believes that children process life through play and through learned experiences created in a therapeutic environment. She believes that the family is a foundation to learning, developing, and true healing. She currently works with teens and parents who have experienced trauma and are in the process of taking back their lives from the brokenness that trauma leaves behind. Molly believes that these healing experiences come from within healthy and supportive relationships. Molly utilizes encouragement, play based therapy, and a strong therapeutic relationship to impact the families that she works with.


Abby West


Abby enjoys working with children, teens, and families by creating a warm and collaborative environment that values each individual's unique strengths and personality. She feels privileged to come alongside individuals as they work through the effects of past trauma, difficult relationships, grief, anxiety, and depression. Believing that healing occurs within life-giving relationships, she works to promote both healthy relationships and personal growth within the context of the family. She enjoys using play-based interventions and creativity in the counseling room to promote emotional awareness and connection between children and parents. She has training in Trauma Focused-CBT, TBRI, A-CRA, and Collaborative Problem Solving.  She incorporates different principles and interventions to best fit the needs of each client and family. Abby received a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, GA.


Jenny Tang

Intern - Candidate for M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Jenny is currently getting her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Vanderbilt University and is passionate about helping children and adolescents. It was from her time volunteering at an orphanage in Mexico and working at a shelter in Minnesota that she felt called to pursue a career in counseling. She has experience working with children in foster care, experiencing trauma, struggling with attachment and adjustment, and a range of behavioral and emotional issues. Jenny uses an eclectic approach to meet the unique needs of each individual and family. She utilizes a client-centered and relational approach with a variety of techniques from play-based, sand tray, expressive arts, and strengths based. She believes her clients have the capacity within them for healing and growth, and strives to provide a safe and creative space for this to happen. She has deep gratitude for the children and families that share their stories and therapeutic journey with her.