"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." 

                  --Ralph Waldo Emerson



We offer Individual, Family, & Group Counseling for the treatment of:


Reflections Counseling Group was created with the vision to uplift and empower individuals and families during their time of need. By enrolling in counseling services, you are acknowledging that you have an issue or issues and you need support to make it through this time in your life. That is the first and biggest step that you will take. This does not signify weakness--it means that you are strong enough to work towards a better life for yourself and those you love and who love you. 


Whatever your circumstance, Reflections Counseling Group is here to support, uplift and empower you through it. Reflections Counseling Group strives to provide each client with a customized treatment experience to have long lasting effective results. We believe everything you need is already within you and our goal is to assist you in seeing that for yourself. 


What reflection of yourself are you seeing? Are you satisfied with that?

What are you willing to do about that? 


Congratulations on taking care of you!




Kevilynn Gatson, the owner of Reflections Counseling Group, is an Arkansas native raised as a military kid. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of Arkansas and earned her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University in 2011. In 2014, she attained her LPC-MHSP license for the state of Tennessee.

Kevilynn has a diverse array of experience in mental health counseling. Over the past 12 years, she has worked with children, adolescents and families in various settings including residential, community mental health and school-based therapy. She has worked with children and adults with a broad range of presenting issues including sexual offenses, severe and persistent mental illness, crisis stabilization needs, substance abuse, domestic violence, behavioral issues, academic issues, and other criminal and legal matters. 

Kevilynn strives to empower and uplift every client she encounters. She understands the journey of life comes with many curves and hurdles that can be challenging at times, but Kevilynn encourages the client to see that they have the ability to overcome everything they face. Kevilynn utilizes various counseling modalities and takes the time to individualize treatment to the specific needs of the client. Though she often uses Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with her clients, she recognizes each person is unique and has been formally trained in many different theoretical approaches to assist with providing the most effective treatment for each client. ​

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Q. Renee Brewer, is a Kentucky native, born and raised there until she moved to Tennessee in 1996. After completing high school, she pursued her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Knoxville College and completed that degree in 2004.  She received a Master's from Lindsey Wilson College in Counseling and Human Development. Since attending Knoxville College she has enjoyed working with young children and teenagers from the YMCA to The City of Knoxville Parks and Recreation.

Her passion is to work with adolescents and adults who seek to regain their power and their joy. She works alongside clients to assist them as they grow and receive another chance in life without feeling that all hope is gone. She works with her clients to gain their voice and confidence back and realize they can be totally healthy – emotionally, physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually, and in their jobs, and in their homes. 

Email me today to schedule an appointment! or (615) 212-9682


Acacia Brown, is a Mississippi-native who attended Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. She is currently pursuing a Master of Art in Clinical Psychology degree at Fisk University. In 2019, Acacia began working as a Behavior Technician in New Orleans and continued this occupation when she relocated to Nashville in 2020.

She has worked with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and ADHD. Her current interest includes working with adults, assisting them in taking initiative towards being the author of their own journey, and creating the best version of themselves. She understands that we face obstacles and that these obstacles do not define the person nor their story.

Email or call me today to schedule a free 15 minute consultation! or (615) 219-9465  

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Kiana McClintick, is a California native who attended Fisk University where she obtained a Bachelors of Arts degree. She is currently pursuing a Master of Art in Clinical Psychology degree at Fisk University. 


Kiana has experience working with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, and substance abuse. She works with adolescents or adults wanting to address trauma, mood and stress concerns, interpersonal conflict, gender, sexuality, ethnic/racial concerns (including multiracial), phase of life, thought disorders, grief, ADHD, or anxiety disorders. Kiana believes everyone's path in life may be different, but we all experience the same core emotions at some point- anger, fear, grief, disgust, happiness, sadness, surprise and contempt. The difficulty of life ultimately lies in how we perceive and address our many challenges. It is my goal and honor to help you walk through your hardships while discovering your strengths.

Email or call me today to schedule a free 15 minute consultation! or (615) 241-0784  


Amanda, is a Illinois native currently pursuing my Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her passion for helping others began shortly after undergrad, when she became a middle school World/US History teacher and academic advisor for Chicago Public and Charter Schools.


She is passionate about working with those who are single parents, young adolescents dealing with social and family issues, those who suffer from trauma/PTSD, members of the LGBTQ community, and anyone who has suffered from social/racial issues. She takes pride in not only creating a SAFE and protected environment for my client, but also being an ally/advocate while you're on your journey of healing. 

She strives to provide reassurance that it is okay, NOT to be okay. It’s okay to fully embrace any traumatic experiences, properly grieve, heal, and thrive. I am here for you and ready to start this new journey!

Take the first step to help. 

Email or call me today to schedule a free 15 minute consultation! or (615) 212-9486





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(615) 208-2772. We look forward to speaking with you!

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110 Glancy Street, Suite 203
Goodlettsville, TN  37072


Tel:  (615) 208-2772

Fax: (615) 528-5290

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