About Us

Counseling Plus is a mental health services provider founded by Jennifer Miller in 2010. Jennifer’s passion for the helping profession led her to strike her own path into private practice after several agency and public forum placements. It is Counseling Plus’s mission to enable you to become the best version of yourself.

Jennifer Miller

example graphic I began my work in the Human Service field in 1996 at the Babcock Center working with individual patients that have lifelong disabilities. The work included treatment planning, life skills, goal setting, self management and coping skills and medication management for patients with Schizophrenia, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and other lifelong disabilities.

I later joined the US Army Reserve and served for 10 years. I am combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom/ Desert Shield. During my time in the Army , I worked as a military civilian for the Army National Guard in the Youth Challenge academy as a rehabilitation training instructor. There I worked with adolescents who were truant, had irreconcilable differences with their parents, conduct disorder, Bipolar disorder, etc.

I loved my time in the military and there is large part of me that still remains in uniform; however I have grown to learn how difficult it is to readjust back to civilian life and find you again. I was being deployed to Afghanistan when my son was 8 weeks old so I opted to not re-enlist.

Leadership comes in many forms and I chose to be the commanding officer of my household. With my military service and all that I have endured myself and my fellow veterans I specialize in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Veterans and their families are of great importance to me; therefore they are an extremely prevalent population in my practice. There is great sacrifice as a service member and a great purpose of mine is to enable my clients to take their boots off, readjust, and improve their quality of life. I also enjoy working with individuals, couples, teens and the family unit as a whole. I do not believe anyone needs fixing, I was a mechanic in the Army, I now simply would like to help you become the best version of yourself.

Crystal Berry

example graphic I recently obtained a Master of Arts in Counseling from Wake Forest University and am a Nationally Certified Counselor; these achievements emanated from my lifelong passion to improve the well-being of others. While working for Sistercare, I provided family counseling, as well as group and individual counseling for children, adolescents, and adults who had survived domestic violence situations. In addition to providing trauma-informed care and TF-CBT, I developed a therapeutic program for children using art and play therapy, and I led counseling focused on positive parenting techniques.

As a strengths-based counselor with multi-cultural counseling experience, I am committed to assisting all clients with achieving personal goals in order to improve their quality of life. All individuals deserve the best life possible, and I believe that mental health is the foundation for that. Through the use of proven therapeutic techniques, I hope to improve the mental health of all clients. Just as my colleagues utilize their personal experiences as assets to their counseling methods, my life experience as a mother, partner, daughter and member of the LGBTQ community enhance my ability to help others.