900 Main St. Suite 780 (at Methodist Atrium Building)
Peoria, IL 61602
5401 N. Knoxville Ave. Suite 117 (at Proctor Professional Building / Brit Dunaway)
Peoria, IL 61614
5401 N. Knoxville Ave. Suite 416 (at Proctor Professional Building / David Waselkow)
Peoria, IL 61614
Britain Dunaway is a licensed clinical professional counselor who graduated with a Master’s in Counseling from Lincoln Christian University. Much of Brit's professional experience comes from his work with families and schools in the crisis department at Children's Home.
Since 2008, Brit has been teaming up with families, young adults, teens and children over age 5 to help them effectively navigate very difficult issues like suicide, depression, aggressive behaviors, cutting, inappropriate social media communication, and difficulties at school. As a volunteer at Divorce Care 4 Kids, he also gained extensive experience working with children whose parents are separated or divorced, and continues to offer support in his current practice for children struggling with this major life adjustment.
Cultivating genuine relationships is important to Brit, and he welcomes all individuals and families who are coping with parenting issues, anxiety, depression, suicide, aggressive behaviors, and relationship difficulties. As a father of three children, he understands and empathizes with the daily struggles families encounter.
Brit also leads parenting and professional workshops and is available to teach a variety of topics at your school, agency, or church.
Debra Fanning is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Southern Illinois University in Administration of Justice. Debra began her career working in the social service field and received her Master of Arts Degree in Human Development Counseling from Bradley University. Her internship in graduate school was in hospice, providing both individual and group therapy which had a primary focus on grief and loss. She worked with the patients, families, and survivors. This has remained a focus moving forward from that time.
Debra has continued working in the social service field, providing individual, family, and group therapies that focus on trauma, grief and loss, anger management, adolescent behavioral issues, depression, marital issues, and anxiety. She also enjoys engaging with people to have them identify their goals, as well as supporting them in their endeavor to reach their potential.
Dr. Nicole Noble is a licensed clinical psychologist with a focus in Health Psychology. She received her doctorate degree from Regent University and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Chicago Christian Training Consortium.
Dr. Noble’s treatment modalities include Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral (DBT), Person-Centered, Solution-Focused (SFBT) psychotherapy, and biofeedback. She offers psychotherapeutic sessions for individuals, couples, and families and works with children ages 2-12, adolescents, adults, and the geriatric population.
With her primary focus on Health Psychology, Dr. Noble commonly assists clients with chronic pain, illness and disease, pain management, sleep disorders, and behavior modification related to weight loss and maintenance. In addition to offering psychological evaluations for general clinical concerns, she also assesses for disabilities, addictions, and spinal cord stimulator (SCS) and bariatric surgical candidacy.
Dr. Noble's psychotherapeutic clinical interests include eating disorders, stress management, depression, grief and loss, infertility counseling, anxiety spectrum disorders, PTSD, trauma, physical and sexual abuse, personality disorders, OCD, phobia, ADHD, somatoform disorders, psychotic and schizophrenic disorders, and pervasive development disorders. She also assists with relationship concerns, including adoption and marital issues.
David is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor who earned a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and a Master of Arts in International Relations from Northern Illinois University. He earned a Bachelor of Science at Illinois State University in Political Science. David is a member of the American Counseling Association and is a Certified Facilitator for the Strengths Deployment Inventory. David has worked in private practice and in community mental health and has also provided consultative services for individuals, teams, and organizations.
Specializing in relationships and conflict, David brings years of clinical, consultative, and academic expertise in multiple forms of relationship systems as well as the corollary issues of communication, perception, motivation, and interaction. David also specializes in men's health issues and sexuality and is able to work with diverse clinical populations in comprehensive yet efficient ways to achieve sustainable results. He works with individuals, couples, and families, and treats depressive and anxiety disorders, stress and trauma disorders, adjustment disorders, and addiction problems.
David believes in a tailored and blended theoretical approach to therapy, one specifically designed to utilize a patient's expertise and strengths and customized to achieve their goals. David's orientation is influenced by systems theory, solution-focused theory, and narrative and cognitive approaches. David's research and writing interests include men's health, the politics of therapy, and international counseling.
David also provides psychological evaluations for patients needing clearance for spinal cord stimulators and for opioid, narcotic, and other drug therapies as well as therapeutic treatment for patients suffering from chronic pain conditions and their families.