Dr. William Joseph Librizzi, Psy.D, LPC, ACS

I have earned a Master's degree in Counseling from Liberty University and a Master's degree in Psychology and a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Much of my research and clinical training has been utilizing Cognitive Behavioral therapy. This results based approach is designed to partner with the client, and as a coach, give them skills and tools so they learn coping strategies to improve. You can do this, and I will partner with you.
Many clients come to counseling wanting aspects of their faith integrated into their mental health treatment. I am well suited having been formally trained in both psychology and theology. As a counselor, my goal is to support my client's faith as I treat them with effective clinical skills.
As a clinician of 25 years, I seek to combine sharp clinical skills with a compassionate and caring approach to my client's unique needs.

Erika M. Vidor, MS, LPC-A

I have earned a Master's of Science degree in Clinical Counseling to practice clinical counseling.  I have treated many clients of various ages and backgrounds, facing different obstacles, including a wide range of mental health diagnoses, as well as significant life changes.  I recognize that sometimes we as human beings know there is something off in our lives, and we have a difficult time figuring out what is happening on our own.  I would love to help you on your journey to insight and understanding how to move forward.  I can help you learn how to develop coping strategies, process through emotions and significant life experiences, and how to handle the issues that are standing in the way of your goals.  Also, I am a licensed counselor who is also a Christian.  I provide faith-integrated counseling sessions for those who request it.

Additionally, I have a Master's of Arts degree in Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages.  As such, I have a lot of experience working with those who English is not their first language.


I offer in-person or telehealth counseling sessions to those living in the state of South Carolina.  I also offer faith-integrated counseling to those who request it. Get in touch with me today to see how we can work together.

Lynn Smith, MA, LPC-A

I graduated from The Citadel with an MA in Psychology and am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) in South Carolina. My approach is integrative (CBT, ACT, Narrative, Psychoanalytic) and depends on the needs and wishes of each client.

I support adults, teens, and older adults experiencing life transitions. With a background in person-centered therapy, my specialties include depression, anxiety, trauma, and women’s issues. My work in women’s health research led me to develop an interest in the genetic expression of trauma. More than anything, I believe in hope and making the most of the time we have. Healing means figuring out what caused the wound and preventing further damage. It requires care and attention with the right amount of kindness toward self. My approach is dependent on each client’s need and begins with the understanding that YOU are the expert in yourself and your own experiences.

In addition, I am a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) with the Academy of Lactation Professionals and have 10 years of experience working with mother/baby dyads with emphasis on mother’s mental health.