Bill Haxton, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist holding a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Georgia State University in Atlanta where he specialized in child and family psychology and developmental neuropsychology. He also earned a Masters degree in Counseling from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago. Dr. Haxton completed his clinical residency at the Medical College of Georgia. He has over 25 years of experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals from preschool age through adulthood and has held clinical and teaching positions in university, community, and hospital settings. Besides providing individual, couples, and family counseling, his interests include the assessment and treatment of learning disabilities, attention challenges (ADHD), emotional and behavior problems, and developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders. Having served as Clinical Director for DJJ for many years, he has worked extensively with troubled youths and their families. Dr. Haxton is a member of the South Carolina Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association.
Beth Nowell-Haxton, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who completed her Doctoral degree at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and her clinical residency at the Medical College of Georgia. With over 20 years of experience, she enjoys helping children, adolescents, and adults using a variety of assessment and counseling techniques. Dr. Nowell-Haxton places emphasis on identifying personal strengths, building skills, and enhancing relationships through developmentally sensitive cognitive-behavioral and systemic approaches. Having served for many years as a consulting psychologist for the Governor's Office in the Continuum of Care Division, she is familiar with the array of intervention and supportive services available to individuals and families across the state. Dr. Nowell-Haxton has also served as Chief Psychologist for the SC Dept. of Juvenile Justice.