Bill has recently left the therapy side of the practice to pursue another career opportunity in the mental health field. He continues to be the owner of UCA, and supervises the licensure / clinical work of all other counselors at UCA.
Bill is known for a relaxed and comfortable approach to counseling. With over twenty years of experience in the mental health field, he considers himself an Integrative Psychotherapist, which means that he utilizes a variety of orientations and therapies, according to the client's individual needs.
Bill's approach involves genuine caring, acceptance, and being non-judgmental. He has worked as a psychotherapist, and over the past decade has been dedicated to fulfilling the responsibilities of an Administrator with several organizations. He has enjoyed the opportunity to work with young professionals as they develop their skills and grow as individuals and as clinical professionals.
Bill had a long-term goal to become a therapist and a helping professional, and he considers himself to be fortunate that he has the ability to continue his growth as a professional and as an individual. He also notes that, "I consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to work with other persons and to be a possible catalyst for positive change in their lives”.
He is currently residing in the Upstate with his wife Carmen, and he has two daughters who graduated from Clemson University. Bill’s current interests are in the Celtic heritage and culture of the Appalachians and abroad, and genealogy. He is retired from the United States Marine Corps, and supports various veterans’ organizations and causes.