Dr. William C, Luff, D. D., Ed.D (abd)
With a history of counseling experience beginning in 2001, our supervising counselor leads a team of professional counselors and life coaches who are client-focused. A graduate of Grand Canyon University with a Masters in Professional Counseling, our supervising counselor believes in continued education as a means to maintain high ethical standards and empirically based therapeutic practices. William approaches counseling using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to assist clients in finding their inner-peace and gain perspective on life's challenges.
SynClaire Arthur, MS
SynClaire holds a Master’s degree in Community Psychology from Florida A&M University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Africology & African American studies from Temple University. She has worked with clinical adult populations experiencing mental illnesses including schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. She also has and currently works with youth who have experienced varying degrees of trauma including community violence, drug violence, and emotional and sexual abuse. SynClaire uses a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) framework in therapy, seeking to assist clients with becoming aware of unhelpful and unhealthy patterns of thinking with the goal of changing and improving the unhealthy habits and behaviors that also often follow. Additionally, she is trained in African-centered and Black Psychology frameworks that consider the cultural uniqueness of African/Black populations as it relates to mental health.