Erin Brown, NC LMBT #7580

Erin Brown has always been a mover.  From her early days as a ballet dancer, to her dedication as a modern dancer, through her study of Pilates and massage therapy, she has a deep understanding of the body and the way its musculoskeletal system operates.  For this reason, she is now a favorite among Asheville area Pilate enthusiasts, Runners, Yogis, Hikers, Cyclists, and weightlifters to name a few.  In addition to her career as both a Pilates Instructor and Owner & Therapist of Sync Bodywork, Erin is a dance music aficionado and enjoys hanging with her husband and their little parrot, Diego.
Creds for those interested in such matters,
Potomac Massage Training Institute, Washington D.C.
Authentic Pilates Certification Program, Pure Pilates Asheville
National Certified Massage Therapist by the NCBMBT
Active member of the American Massage Therapy Association
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, BFA Modern Dance Choreography
Virginia Governor's School of the Arts, Norfolk, VA
Old Dominion University Ballet, Norfolk, VA
To Schedule an Appointment: 571-438-3474 

Jane B. Carter, M.Ed., LPC #4559

During her thirteen years in counseling practice, Jane Carter, LPC has helped hundreds of people navigate difficult life transitions, get "unstuck" from old patterns, feel more confident, improve their relationships, go deeper spiritually, and generally thrive.  Jane is committed to providing a confidential, non-judgmental space where individuals can tell their stories, identify their strengths and work toward being more authentic and effective in their lives.
"I believe that we humans are incredible, beautifully-designed, resilient beings.  While much of my counseling philosophy stems from the belief that we are shaped by--and can shape--our unique story, I am also aware that even subtle shifts in our ways of behaving and thinking can profoundly impact our lives and relationships".  Jane is also trained in EMDR, a brain-based, research-backed technique that helps people alleviate negative reactions and beliefs associated with emotionally-charged memories (including trauma).  Jane occasionally brings her therapy-dog-in-training, Hugo, to sessions at the clients request.
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Jane has a Masters Degree in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University, and is licensed by the NC Board of Licensed Professional Counselors (#4559).  She was Director of Counseling at Montreat College for nine years, while maintaining a private practice serving a variety of age groups and backgrounds.  She has also served as a counselor with Western Carolina University Graduate Programs, Mars Hill College, and Four Circles Recovery Center.