Our counseling Team Members are highly qualified specialists in couples counseling therapy, relationship therapy and overall marriage counseling. Our counselors will begin by first focusing on assessing the positives and strengths of your relationship. Then they will help you understand and guide you in how to rebuild that loving relationship.

  • Beverley Boothe, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW

    (Online Therapy)

    Not Currently Accepting New Clients

    Dr. Beverley Boothe is the President of Marriage Healing Center, LLC LLC. She is a psychotherapist, an Imago Couple’s Therapist, and a Business Coach. Dr. Boothe has a Ph.D. from Regent University in Counseling and Psychological Studies specializing in Marriage and Family Ministry, a Masters’ Degree in Social Work from Howard University, and Bachelors’ degrees in Social Work and Psychology from York University. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Virginia. Dr. Boothe established Marriage Healing Center, LLC in 2018 and Life Enrichment Counseling Center, Inc., in April 2005.

    At The Marriage Healing Center, LLC, Dr. Boothe provides counseling and specialized programs to help couples work through conflict and heal. Dr. Boothe provides support and guidance to help her clients better connect emotionally, spiritually and physically so that their relationship can thrive. She also provides pre-marital counseling to engaged couples. Dr. Boothe has provided counseling to couples with communication, infidelity, and other issues. She has provided marriage workshops for churches and the community.

    Dr. Boothe integrates spiritual principles in her work to help couples connect from a holistic perspective.


    (Alexandria, Online Therapy)

    Dr. Bhavani R. Hamann is a Mental Health Clinician in the State of Virginia. Dr. Hamann is trained in Marriage and Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Medical and Psychiatric Social Work and Motivational Interviewing. She provides therapy to couples and families at Marriage Healing Center, LLC using the principles and strategies of the Gottman Method and a family systems approach.

    Dr. Hamann has a Ph.D. in Social Work from Florida State University, a Master’s degree in Psychiatric Social Work from the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, and a Master’s degree in Medical and Psychiatric Social Work and Undergraduate in Business from Bangalore University, India.

    She has worked in medical, psychiatric, government and private agencies, serving individuals, groups, families, adolescents, and children. Dr. Hamann has experience offering therapy to families in conflict, relationship issues and those with members who have substance abuse difficulties, end stage medical conditions, and metal health disorders. She has experience working with couples and families from different cultures, LGBTQ, and people from various income levels. She is conversant in Tamil, Hindi, Marathi, and Kannada.

    At The Marriage and Healing Center, Dr. Hamann provides counseling services to couples and families. She draws from theories including Family Systems, Communication, Psychodynamic, and Cognitive Behavioral.


    (Alexandria, Gainesville, Online Therapy)

    Kent Jensen is a Social Work Supervisee who obtained his master’s degree in social work from the University of Oklahoma. Additionally, he completed a master’s degree in public administration also from the University of Oklahoma and is a graduate of an intensive one-year international studies program from the Japanese National Institute for Defense Studies. Mr. Jensen received his bachelor’s degree from Utah State University in fine arts.

    At the Marriage Healing Center, Mr. Jensen works with couples seeking to heal or strengthen their relationships utilizing proven evidence-based practices. Mr. Jensen is trained in couples therapy utilizing the Gottman Method. His focus in couples therapy is on improving or reviving friendship, conflict management, and the creation of shared meaning. Mr. Jensen has experience working with individuals and couples from different cultures. Mr. Jensen is also able to provide Christian based couples coaching drawing on scriptural teachings and evidence-based practices.

    As an Army veteran from a multi-generational military family, Mr. Jensen understands the stresses that government service can place on couples and families. This makes him uniquely positioned to tailor interventions to support couples dealing with adjustment stress, PTSD, substance use, and relationship conflict. Mr. Jensen uses his life experience and unconditional positive regard to help him build rapport and gain an understanding of his client’s struggles, adversities, and hopes for the future.

  • Shevy Kana, MA, LPC

    (Gainesville, Online Therapy)

    Dr. Shevy Kana is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the States of Virginia and Nebraska. She provides therapy to adults and adolescents, at Life Enrichment Counseling Center.

    Dr. Kana received her Doctor of Education: Community Care and Counseling; marriage and family from Liberty University. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling from Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Kana has an undergraduate degree in Theology, majoring in Education, from Singapore Bible College. She also has a diploma in Human Resources Management and has over 10 years of Management experience in Human Resources. Dr. Kana has worked in private and non-profit agencies and takes a holistic approach to providing therapy. She utilizes a wide range of researched based tools, often working with relationship approaches, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), mindfulness, solution focused, play therapy and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).

    Shevy’s areas of experience include working with individuals with anxiety related disorders, depression, Bipolar, PTSD, stress, sex and love addiction, grief, anger management, life changes, and challenges with work and career goals. In addition, Dr. Kana works through the Marriage Healing Center, LLC with couples that are in conflict, struggling with communication, infidelity, or porn addiction of a spouse. She is trained in Gottman level 1 & 2 marriage counseling methods and is certified in Prepare/Enrich. She is also certified as a porn addiction counselor. Dr. Kana offers Christian Counseling with sound, biblically based values if requested. 


  • Jocelyn Lovett, LMFT

    (Online Therapy)

    Jocelyn Lovett is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Virginia. She received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University in 2005. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a minor in Spanish and a major in Sociology in 2003. Ms. Lovett has experience providing therapy in a variety of settings including private, community, church, and school environments since 2002. She works within a systemic framework which she tailors to the needs of her clients.

    She has experience working with marital issues, family conflict, mood instabilities, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, parenting skills, communication difficulties, and anger management. She integrates mindfulness, acceptance, and strength-based approaches into treatment. If desired, Ms. Lovett is able to incorporate faith-based principals into therapy.

    At The Marriage Healing Center, LLC Jocelyn loves working collaboratively with couples and spouses to repair damages in their relationships in order to regain mutually fulfilling and loving partnerships. She also is able to provide pre-marital therapy to those looking towards marriage.

  • Susan Piti, M.Ed., LPC

    (Online Therapy)

    Sue Piti is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia. She has experience working as a counselor in the schools, as a home based therapist, as a trained court mediator, and has owned her own private counseling practice since 2012.

    Though couples counseling is her focus, she also has extensive experience working with individuals, children, adults, and senior populations.

    Mrs. Piti received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the College of Charleston, in Charleston, SC in 1992, and her Master’s Degree in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina in 1996. Her focus later became running her private practice, after receiving her Licensed Professional Counselor credentials in 2004. Mrs. Piti has worked in the counseling field over 20 years.

    Mrs. Piti has also lived locally and overseas, and has a passion for working with couples on relationship issues, parenting skills, expectations, and communication issues. She has worked with military personnel, and expats, and has a strong skill set for dealing with issues related to adjustment, change, and assimilation. She worked as an outpatient therapist locally and abroad since 2012. Mrs. Piti also helped developed a counseling program for schools overseas, and worked with couples from many different cultures in a medical outpatient setting.

    Mrs. Piti uses a holistic approach to therapy. She utilizes techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Family Systems. At Marriage Healing Center, LLC Mrs. Piti therapy to couples having issues with anxiety, depression (various mood disorders), dealing with Bipolar disorder, adjustment/life transition issues, communication problems, LGBTQ concerns, infidelity, family/child conflicts, and defining life expectations and goals. Mrs. Piti also provides pre-marital therapy.

  • Senovia Ross, MSW, LCSW

    (Online Therapy)

    Senovia Ross is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with over 25 years of experience helping individuals and couples work through various life changes and challenges. Most recently, she has transitioned from The Life Enrichment Counseling Center, to The Marriage Healing Center, LLC.

    Through holistic relationship counseling and coaching, Mrs. Ross places more emphasis on helping clients build and maintain a healthy lifestyle that involves the mind, body, and spirit. She believes trust, good communication, and commitment are the keys to establishing a solid foundation for a successful relationship. She works with couples who are evolving through various stages of their lives, whether newly married, considering divorce or dealing with other emotional life changing events.

    While encouraging her clients to participate fully in the counseling process, she also holds them accountable for their progress. She has successfully counseled and coached clients through dating, broken relationships, sex and intimacy issues, infidelity and other stressful life situations. With sensitivity and compassion, she works with each client to help them build on their strengths and identify solutions for unresolved issues. She provides effective tools and techniques that are designed to help clients get the results they seek in their relationship.

    In addition to counseling, coaching, consulting and lecturing, Mrs. Ross has presented at national conferences and to general audiences on topics ranging from Depression to Love and Relationships. She appeared as a guest therapist on News Channel 8, Let’s Talk Live, WHUR’s 96.3 FM Audrey Chapman Radio Talk Show discussing topics including depression and relationships. She offers Online/Virtual Therapy on an international level (Germany, Africa and Asia). Mrs. Ross also sits on panels focusing on relationship issues and she was the Chair of Relationship and Romance committee for the Alexandria, VA Mocha Moms Chapter. She is currently the host of the annual Becoming the Best Version of Yourself women’s retreat in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

  • Dr. Courtney Shaughnessy, PsyD., MA, LPC

    (Gainesville, Online Therapy)

    Dr. Shaughnessy completed her Masters and PsyD for Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rivier University in Nashua, NH as well as two bachelor degrees in Social Work and Psychology at Curry College in Boston, MA. She has experience with individuals, couples, adolescents, and groups. As a marriage counselor, Dr. Shaughnessy aims to develop a shared value system between both partners.

    Dr. Shaughnessy is certified in trauma and the Gottman Method for couples. She also employs different counseling methods depending on the needs of her clients. She has experience with infidelity, adjustment/transition issues, family conflicts, recognizing expectations, LGBTQ, as well as depression, anxiety, OCD, and ADHD. Dr. Shaughnessy is also trained in several evidence-based treatments including Cognitive behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused short-term therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.

    Dr. Shaughnessy aims to provide and break down wants, needs, understanding, acceptance, and trust in relationships. Dr. Shaughnessy has been recognized through the Society for Brain Mapping for her clinical work recognizing motivational behavior. At Marriage Healing Center, LLC Dr. Shaughnessy will serve couples using the Gottman Method and other treatment modalities as needed.


    (Alexandria, Online Therapy)

    Carole Thomas is a Social Work Supervisee who obtained her Master’s degree in Social Work with a clinical focus from Virginia Commonwealth University, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from George Washington University, and an undergraduate degree in Finance from Virginia Tech University. Ms. Thomas is also a certified integrative wellness coach.

    Prior to joining the Life Enrichment Counseling Center, Ms. Thomas provided clinical services in different therapeutic settings, working with individuals and couples using strengths-based and holistic perspectives. She has also served the community by volunteering extensively with various non-profit organizations to serve the mental and physical health needs of its members.

    At the Marriage Healing Center, LLC Ms. Thomas specializes in working with couples, at all stages of their relationships, experiencing conflict or wanting to strengthen their relationships. When working with couples, Ms. Thomas draws on her Gottman Principles I, II, and Seven Principles training and aspects of Imago Therapy, to help them strengthen their relationships in three primary areas: friendship, conflict management, and creation of shared meaning.

  • Kenni Walker, LPC

    (Gainesville, Online Therapy)

    Kenni Walker, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia. She received her master’s degree in Counseling from Capella University in 2014. She also holds a Master’s in Business Administration.

    Kenni started working with couples during her clinicals. Kenni has spent a large part of her 19-year career in human services helping parties resolve conflict by helping to increase effective communication between them. She utilizes a combination of couples therapy techniques to include Gottman , psychodynamic, and positive psychology with an overall goal of supporting couples in enhancing their intimacy and experiencing more depth and understanding in the main relationship artery of communication.

    Kenni has worked in private practice as well as inpatient mental health facilities. Kenni specializes in helping couples exercise mutual support by learning about each other in new ways and by appreciating each other’s perspective. Kenni believes that there are irrationalities and rationalities that coexist and that by separating the two, an individual can experience more authenticity and truthfulness in their relationships.

    Kenni has worked with couples in all stages to include, premarital, phase of life, pre/post separation, divorced-coparenting, as well as parental alienation.