Our Team



Tina Wehner - MTSC, LPC, CSAT, CHFP

Executive Director & Professional Counseling Associate

Tina is a Co-founder of Living Well Counseling Associates and is the Executive Director for the organization. She is both a counselor and a consultant. She received her BA in Human Services from Elon University and her MTS in Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She is also an ICFG Ordained Minister and is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of North Carolina. Tina is also a Certified Sex Addictions Therapist (CSAT) and had received personal training from Patrick Carnes of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Tina is also a Certified Hope and Freedom Practitioner (CHFP) and is joined by only a handful of other CHFP’s in America. She is personally trained by Hope and Freedom founder Milton Magness.

After obtaining her counseling degree in 2002, Tina served as a pastor in a local church for 8 years. During that time, Tina led many groups of people, developed several ministries that continue to thrive today, and offered vision and direction with sincerity to those she served. This experience enriched Tina's ability to counsel and consult. She is a "go-getter" who is gifted at motivating and offering compassionate understanding to those with whom she works.

Tina is a North Carolina native and currently lives in Concord, NC with her 3 children.

In addition to treating individuals and couples with traditional therapy, Tina also specializes is offering 3 Day Intensives for individuals and couples in recovery from sexually compulsive behavior and various process addictions. Please visit www.integrityintensives.com for more information on Tina's specialized 3 Day Intensive Approach and to apply today.

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Callie Gross – MA, LMFTA

Professional Counseling Associate

Callie desires to compassionately come alongside you as you journey through the peaks and valleys of working toward healing and restoration. She hopes to create an atmosphere of safety, warmth, empathy, respect, and authenticity so you can feel empowered to be yourse

Callie is originally from South Dakota, where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree from South Dakota State University in Psychology and Human Development and Family Studies. She moved to Lynchburg, VA to earn her Master’s of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from Liberty University. She currently lives in Charlotte, NC.

Callie’s counseling experience primarily consists of helping adolescents. She worked with adolescent males struggling with substance use, trauma, boundaries, behavioral and sexual issues, as well as life transitions. She also served as a life coach to foster youth. As a Prepare-Enrich facilitator, she helped couples through premarital and marital assessment and improvement. She has supported adult women through depression, anxiety, anger, transitions, past hurts, and spiritual issues.

Through a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Family Systems theory, Callie engages with clients to promote growth in necessary areas of change. She is dedicated to helping individuals, couples, and families work from their brokenness to wholeness.

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Katy Potts - MA, LPCA, NC

Professional Counseling Associate

Katy is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) with passion and experience working with teens, adults, and their families towards growth, restoration, and healing. With a bachelor’s in Psychology and a minor in Vocal Performance from Liberty University, she attended UNCC for a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has worked in a variety of settings, from hospital inpatient units to private practices. Katy has been intentional about refining her skills to focus on individual’s concerns with spirituality/faith, crises, trauma, anxiety, depression, and life adjustments. Utilizing traditional and creative approaches, she employs an array of customizable tools to allow clients to communicate, express themselves, learn coping skills, and uncover insight. She enjoys working with clients to incorporate and respect their beliefs in session so that each person is heard and appreciated.

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Marina Randles - MA, LPCA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Marina is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) who is calling Lake Norman home for the second time. After spending her childhood in Cornelius, she attended Samford University in Birmingham, AL where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, along with a Minor in Family Studies. It was in pursuit of those degrees where her heart turned towards counseling and pushed her to begin her studies through Liberty University where she obtained a Masters in Professional Counseling.
Since graduating from Liberty, Marina has seen many opportunities in counseling. While finding her start at Trevecca Nazarene University, providing counseling to the students through the on-campus center, she most recently worked for Mercy Multiplied, a residential program for women with life controlling behaviors. It was while working in this program where Marina saw the power of her Bachelors degree and Masters degree converging and desires to bring that experience to those clients at Living Well.
It is with a warm heart that Marina desires to bring a compassionate and empathic atmosphere where individuals are welcome to come as they are. She believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship a client and counselor shares and collaborates with each client to obtain the goals one wishes to achieve. Marina’s experience is vast in working with individuals who experience anxiety, depression, self-esteem concerns, transitional stress, relational concerns, and trauma. While she specifically has a heart to walk alongside those who are grieving or hurting, know that she is honored to sit with individuals no matter what season they find themselves in. Through a combination of narrative, experiential, cognitive-behavioral and Emotion-focused therapy, Marina is committed to providing opportunities for growth and change to those who come seeking.
If you are recently engaged or quickly approaching the wedding season, Marina is also a Prepare and Enrich Certified Facilitator who is passionate about working with pre-martial couples. This is an exciting time and taking the steps to better equip yourself for the next chapter of your life is one of the best gifts you can give to your relationship.  

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Charlotte Smith, MA, LPCA

Professional Counseling Associate

Charlotte earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Between college and graduate school, Charlotte lived in Houston, TX where she worked with elementary students and teens in the inner city, and even spent time teaching high school students back in North Carolina.  Clinically, she has a variety of experience working within the hospital system, as well as outpatient clinics where she worked closely with families and individuals navigating a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, grief, and loss.  

Charlotte specializes in marital and family issues, including families navigating divorce, communication issues, and family dynamics.  She is a strengths based clinician who is supportive, compassionate and non-judgmental.  She utilizes both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy in her work with families and couples, and feels as though the best treatment and healing happens when everyone collaborates together and works as a team.  Charlotte also finds it a privilege to help individuals navigate and work through questions of faith in relation to suffering and hardship.

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