​Shelwilbed “Billy” Wray​
  • Over 30 years of counseling experience

  • Clinical coordination, management, private practice and directorship

  • Addiction specialist (Alcohol, Drugs & Eating Disorders)

  • Deployment experience including OIF & OEF

  • Trainer and Trainer of Trainers

  • Individual, Marital, Couples, Family & Group sessions​

I have been providing counseling services for over 30 years.  Positions held include clinical program coordination, management, private practice and clinical director.

My clinical /professional experiences include:

   - Caduceus Outpatient Addiction Center (in MS)

   - The Willough at Naples
   - Charter Hospital
   - Lutheran Ministries
   - The Brain Enhancement Institute 
   - Anchor Counseling (all in FL)

   - Children of Separation & Divorce
   - Safe & Drug Free Schools
   - Pinnacle Center
   - Washington Assessments & Therapy Services (all in MD)

   - Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services (in        Germany)

   - The Pines Behavioral Health Services (in SC)

   - Cardinal Clinic (in NC)


   - First Health Behavioral Health (in NC)

I am a retired Army Reserve Officer with tours to Iraq, Afghanistan, & Africa.  I enjoy being a husband, a father to our two young daughters, scuba diving, fishing, teaching yoga, listening to, writing and playing reggae music and cooking.

Anne M. Wray​
  • Over 20 years of counseling experience

  • Certified Master’s Level Teacher/Reading Recovery Specialist

  • Marriage and Family focus

  • Experience with children and adolescents

  • Fertility/women’s health issues

  • Teacher mentor

  • Deployed family member experience – OIF & OEF​


My career began as an elementary educator. Upon receiving my Master’s degree in Marriage and Family therapy I worked with reuniting adolescents with their families. My clinical career also focused on children of divorce and children with school difficulties. I took an opportunity to return to teaching where I specialized in reading difficulties. In addition to teaching  children of Soldiers, I  provided support to these Soldiers’ families with issues relating to deployment, adjustment difficulties and reintegration. Having settled here in Pinehurst, I look forward to resuming my clinical practice. Specialties include family issues, fertility/women’s health, educational concerns and issues specific to military families (deployment,reintegration,etc).

Sarah S. Ceva
(On Loan to the USAF)

​I am a licensed clinical social worker associate (LCSW-A) and a proud military spouse.  I currently treat children, adolescents, and adults, and specialize in working with military service members and their families.  I have a Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Psychology (Concentration in Neuropsychology) from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology, and a Master of Social Work (Concentration in Military Social Work) from the University of Southern California.

As a therapist, I apply a strength-based approach and work with a wide range of presenting problems, including life-transitions, stress, body image issues, trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, and mood disorders.  I tailor evidence-based interventions to fit the needs and therapeutic goals of each individual, but primarily utilize cognitive-behavior therapy, humanistic techniques, and experiential mindfulness practices.

Outside of therapy, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, snuggling while watching a good TV series, traveling to new places and trying new cuisines, and being active outdoors.

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