Shelwilbed “Billy” Wray
NCC, CAS, LCAS, AADC, LCMHC, LMHC
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
MS, LCMHC, NCC
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
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
MA, MSW, LCSW-A
(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.