2025 Castaic Lane Knoxville, TN 37922

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The Cokesbury Counseling Center currently consists of the following counselors...



Vicky McDaniel, LPC-MHSP, Clinical Director

Vicky McDaniel is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Mental Health Service Provider who obtained a master's degree from the University of Memphis in Counseling. She began working as a therapist for Cokesbury in 2006. Vicky has worked in several clinical settings including inpatient mental health, community mental health, chemical dependency and geriatric issues.

Vicky's counseling interests and experience include working with individuals recovering from addictions and assisting family members in supporting loved ones in healthy ways; helping clients heal form sexual abuse trauma; handling divorce along with single parenting and step-parenting; depression and anxiety; self-esteem and faith struggles.


Celi Courtney, LPC Eligible

Celi Courtney has a master's degree in counseling from Carson Newman University and an undergraduate degree in communications from the University of Tennessee. Celi has received life experience and education being a single parent and working in the financial industry for over 25 years.

Celi works with individuals who struggle with disordered eating, relationship building, communication, depression, anxiety, grief, abuse, anger, parenting, self-worth and spiritual identity.


Ashley Lewis, MS, LMFT

Ashley Lewis, a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, received her master's degree from Eastern Carolina University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Clemson University. She joined Cokesbury Counseling Center in 2014 and works two days a week.

Ashley's counseling interests include premarital preparation, marriage and family issues, life transitions, spiritual development, care giving and medical family therapy. She is a trained facilitator for the Prepare-Enrich© Program and provides premarital counseling for Cokesbury United Methodist Church. Ashley is a member of the Tennessee Association for Marital and Family Therapy.


Jimmy Hill, LPC-MHSP  [temp]

Jimmy Hill received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from East Tennessee State University in 2009 and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2014. He became a temporarily Licensed Professional Counselor in 2015. Supervision is the main requirement he continues to receive as he practices therapy. For the last year, he has worked with adolescents at a psychiatric residential facility.

Jimmy uses an integrative approach when working with adults, families and adolescents. He treats clients suffering from sexual addiction, depression, anxiety, self-worth and self-esteem issues, stress management, religious abuse and spiritual issues, conflict resolution, grief and loss, trauma, sexual and physical abuse and self-harm.

He is a member of the Tennessee Counseling Association and the American Counseling Association. Jimmy is currently finishing the requirements to become a National Board Certified Counselor.