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Meet Our Team

Marybeth Burns, Founder

Alison Cross, Therapist, LPC, CEDS

Alison Cross, Therapist, LPC, CEDS

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Marybeth struggled with Anorexia and body image issues for more than 20 years before starting her recovery journey in 2012.  Since then, her passion has become helping others begin their recovery journey.  After more than a year of planning, she is excited to launch Epiphany to continue that passion.

Alison Cross, Therapist, LPC, CEDS

Alison Cross, Therapist, LPC, CEDS

Alison Cross, Therapist, LPC, CEDS

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Alison specializes in eating disorders in adults and adolescents, and works with a lot of co-occurring problems, like body image issues, depression, trauma, anxiety, substance abuse, and relationship issues.

Ashley Poore, Therapist, LPC,RPT

Ashley Poore, Therapist, LPC,RPT

Ashley Poore, Therapist, LPC,RPT

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Ashley has specialized training in child centered play therapy with experience in childhood disorders, abuse-related issues, trauma-related problems, and parenting/family issues. She also works with individuals seeking help with depression, anxiety, grief, stress management, and body image/self-esteem issues. 

Katie Gantt, Nutritionist

Ashley Poore, Therapist, LPC,RPT

Ashley Poore, Therapist, LPC,RPT

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Katie received her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Florida State University. After receiving her undergraduate degree, she completed her 200-hour Yoga certification. Katie then completed her clinical internship and master’s degree in Health Science at Western Carolina University. 

Her first years in clinical nutrition were spent with an emphasis in diabetes and oncology. During this time, she discovered her passion for serving people with eating disorders and disordered eating and transitioned to working for an eating disorder treatment center. She is currently pursuing her eating disorder certification (CEDRD) through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. 

Katie specializes in eating disorders, disordered eating, pregnancy/postpartum nutrition, diabetes (including gestational) and nutrition during and after cancer treatment