Legacy Counseling and Consulting Services provides therapy for individuals, families, and couples. We help foster emotional health for everyday people living everyday lives. We also provide consulting services to businesses, churches, and other organizations in the St. Louis area. We pride ourselves on being able to work with people of diverse beliefs, backgrounds, and cultures.
Dawn Jones, Owner
Dawn Jones is a counselor, speaker, and teacher from St. Louis, MO. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Trauma Studies Certificate from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. She obtained a Master of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is in the process of completing a Master of Divinity. She works with individuals who want to overcome trauma, sex addiction, infidelity, anxiety, and many other concerns.
She has a deep desire to help those who are broken find wholeness and those who are afraid find peace. In all that she does, she hopes to help others see their worth and live a full robust life.
Angela M. Tate,
Angela M. Tate is a counselor, trainer and speaker from St. Louis, MO. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Maryville University - St. Louis and a Master's of Education in Counseling from University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Missouri. Angela is also an adjunct professor in the Psychology department of Harris Stowe State University. She works with individuals with a variety of different concerns including grief and loss, spiritual concerns and childhood trauma. She believes that each person has the capacity to fully participate in their own healing and counts it a privilege to be invited into the work.
Laura Beaver, MSW,
Laura Beaver is a therapist and teacher originally from Kansas City. She received her Bachelor or Social Work from Baylor University in Waco, TX and her Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. Laura works with individuals who are experiencing a variety of issues including anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, trauma, and women experiencing distress with balancing motherhood and work. Her approach is open and welcoming that allows clients to grow in their self-awareness and to feel seen, heard, and validated in their work. She utilizes continuous feedback to ensure that those she works with are making progress and achieving the milestones and goals in therapy that they would like to.
Candice Farrell is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked in the field for over 10 years. She has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Maryville University in St. Louis. Throughout her professional career, Candice has worked in community mental health, counseling agencies, and in the insurance industry where she investigated fraud, waste, and abuse.
She has received training in Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) which helps individuals who have concerns with regulating their emotions. In addition to DBT, she specializes in providing therapy to individuals who have experienced mental health and/or emotional concerns, adjustment disorders, grief, physical health concerns, and other life challenges.
Katherine Long, MA, CIT
Counselor in Training
Kevin Webb, MA, CIT
Counselor in Training
Katherine is a therapist, teacher and trainer specializing in anti-trafficking, sexual
addiction and trauma. After spending a decade in anti-trafficking work internationally, Katherine graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary with her Masters in Counseling. She works with
individuals, couples and groups who want to bravely take the steps to recover from addiction and trauma and seek a life of flourishing.
Kevin Webb II is a student counselor currently studying for his Master of Art at Covenant Theologian Seminary.
He has a Bachelor Degree in liberal arts from University of Missouri- St. Louis. He was born and raised in St. Louis, MO. He plans to work with individual, adolescents, and couples to help them receive their desired healing. He hopes to be able to impact his community and make a difference. His goals are to help achieve emotional, mental and physical balance.
Daniel Bertilson, MA, PLPC
Daniel Bertilson is an EMDR therapist whose heart is deeply bent toward collaboratively cultivating hope and healing in the lives of his clients. He graduated with a Master of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is passionate about working with people from diverse backgrounds. He desires to help men & women better understand how their stories impact the ways that they currently interact with the world around them. As clients work with him, it is Daniel’s hope that they would know their value and worth and that their shame would melt away as he gently helps them learn to be kind to themselves. It is in the context of this kindness that Daniel helps his clients move toward achieving their goals.