Fresh Life Counseling Center

Fresh Life Counseling Center provides therapy to help couples, and individuals survive and thrive in today's culture that is sometimes challenging and chaotic. Thereapists Dr. Gwenda Plummer and  Jamie Morgan desire to help individuals, and families find healing from past pain, develop strengthened relationships, and discover tools to lead healthier lives. Gwenda and Jamie are Licensed Professional Counselors and believe in the power of strong marriages and families and love helping others on the journey of life!

Counseling available for:

  • Relationships, marriages, and pre-marital couples
  • Couples intensives for in-depth healing and growth
  • Parenting
  • Grief, anxiety, depression, and life transitions
  • Addiction treatment
  • Recovery from physical, sexual, and emotional abuse
  • Mental health issues

Professional Life Coaching available for:

  • Individuals desiring to reach goals and embrace an enhanced life
  • Couples longing for healthier communication and enriched marriages
  • Executives looking to sharpen relationship and management skills
   

For an appointment with Gwenda email hope@gwendaplummer.com  or call 417-773-9410.

For a counseling application for click here. For an application for a minor, click here.

For an appointment with Jamie call 636-400-3311 or email Myfamilycounselor@gmail.com.

Dr. Gwenda Plummer, LPC, MA, DMIN

www.gwendaplummer.com

Gwenda holds a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Evangel University in Pastoral Care and Counseling and a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, where she received the Outstanding Counseling Student Award and was inducted into Kappa Delta Chi Honor Society.  She also holds a Bachelor of Music Education Degree in Vocal Music from Southwest Baptist University. She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the International Christian Coaching Association. Gwenda previously was a member of the counseling team at Central Bible College and taught relationship education through a U. S. Healthy Marriage Initiative Grant. Formerly a member of the Springfield Community Partnership of the Ozark’s Alcohol Task Force Higher Education Committee, she holds certification in BASIC’s (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students.) She is certified in PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program), PICK (How to Pick a Partner—How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk/Jerkette), Prepare-Enrich, and Taylor Johnson. Before moving to the St. Louis area two years ago, Gwenda provided therapy and managed her own counseling practice in Springfield, Missouri.  She loves spending time with her family, flower gardening, and water-skiing.

Jamie Morgan, MA, LPC

Jamie-250Hi, and thanks for stopping by.  I’m so excited to have the opportunity to talk with you.  I’ve been counseling marriages and seeing individuals since 2007. Whether you are facing anxiety, depression, grief, marriage difficulties, problems with anger, job dissatisfaction, feeling sad or just “not yourself”, substance abuse issues, or something traumatic has happened, I will be able to guide you to a place you are happy and comfortable again. Life may never go back to the way it was, but together, we will get to a place where the new normal is comfortable. I want you to be happy with your life and enjoy the life you’re living. I’m an eclectic style counselor.  What that means is that I use more than one particular modality to treat my clients. The benefit to you the client is that you are served by someone who has more than just one tool in his toolbox.  When receiving counseling, it is important to to find a counselor who meets you exactly where you are in life and gives you what you need through proven techniques, not just with one specific technique that may or may not fit your situation. This is exactly what I do.  My approach to counseling comes from many different counseling theories. I believe that it is important to focus on the here and now, emphasizing future actions, behaviors, and thoughts, rather than deeply exploring the past. While the past has brought us where we are today, how you believe today and how you act today is of more importance. I believe in being directive and intentional in all aspects of therapy.