OUr services

Living well and at peace is possible.

Our Clemson office has moved to 204 E Main St, Pendleton, SC 29670.
We are accepting new clients for in office and virtual sessions.

Experiencing anxiety, sadness, or just feeling stuck?
We work with adults, couples, teens, and children 
to help you feel better through specialized therapy. 

Connect to a Therapist at our
Counseling Studios in Clemson, SC
and Greenville, SC 

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OUr services

We are here for you.

Living well and at peace is possible.

We believe you deserve specialized care. We work with adults, couples, teens, and children 5+  feeling stuck in patterns that are no longer serving them. This often shows up as anxiety, worry, panic, depression, self-criticism, grief, relationship difficulties, trauma, indecisiveness, perinatal concerns, and major life stress. We are an inclusive and LGBTQIA+ affirming practice

With two locations, one less than one mile from Clemson University and one in downtown Greenville, SC, we created a soothing environment and a scheduling system that never keeps you waiting long.  We understand that many people have worries about beginning counseling.  By combining strong evidence-based techniques with a creative, personalized approach, we give our clients the best care in the Upstate. 

Welcome to
The Well Center



- Specializing in  trauma, life transitions, identity development, grief, anxiety, depression, gender and sexuality, & relationship dynamics
- EMDR trained for trauma focused treatment
- Clinical focus on treating the whole person using relational theory 
- Services for adults 18+
- LGBTQIA+ affirming

Heather Mack, LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in anxiety management, depression, grief, & childhood anger 
- Services for children 10+, teens, adult females, and parents
- Author of O Survival by Grace about overcoming life's obstacles 
- Focuses on Self-Awareness, Personal Goals, and Emotion Processing 
- Uses Empowerment Theory, Mindfulness, Person-Centered Therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy 

Odessa Young, LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in couples counseling for a wide range of relationship concerns and helps form supportive relationships through healing & understanding
- Works with individuals providing therapy for life and family transitions, anxiety, depression, and more
- LGBTQIA+ affirming
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 
- Provides Animal Assisted Therapy with her AKC trained dog, Baker

Brianna Hall, LMFT
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in ADHD, emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, challenges in school, increasing communication, and life transitions
- Works with children 5+, teens, and adults
- Believes that treating children requires work with the whole family
- Incorporates experiential therapy, mindfulness based interventions, play therapy, reality therapy, and cognitive therapy based techniques
- Registered Play Therapist in Process, Triple P Provider (Positive Parenting Program)

Matthew Webb, LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Provider for children, teens, and adults
- Speciality focus includes anxiety, depression, school concerns, identity, family transitions, and teen development, college specific concerns, and LGBTQIA+ support 
- School Counseling background to help navigate behavioral and educational challenges
- Utilizes CBT, person-centered therapy, and play therapy intervention

Erika Hays, PhD LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in working with teens 12+ and college aged clients
- Treats anxiety, identity development, gender and sexuality, depression,
self-harm, school concerns, family transitions, and teen development
- LGBTQIA+ affirming and support for the community
- Utilizes reality therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and person-centered therapy
- LPCA under the clinical supervision of Ginny Gaulin, LPCS

Rachel Johns, LPCA
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in depression and anxiety, family concerns, isolation, relational issues, stress, existential topics, & identity development
- Services for adults, plus teens 16+
- Practices substance use counseling from a harm-reduction model 
- Advocate for LGBTQIA+ community and underserved populations

Rachel De Alba, LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in anxiety, stress, depression, bipolar disorder, family concerns, relational issues, & identity development
- Services for adults and college-aged students
- Practices from a family systems theory, strengths based, CBT, narrative, and person centered approach
- Enjoys volunteering at an Equine Assisted Therapy Center

Taylor Royster, LPC
Mental Health Therapist



- Specializes in teens 14+, college aged clients, and young adults
- Background in relationship-based trauma informed care
- Treats anxiety, identity development, depression, school concerns, family transitions, and trauma
- Masters Level Intern from Clemson University under the clinical supervision of Matthew Webb, LPC

Mallory Mercer, B.A. 
Clinical Counseling Intern



- Specializes in anxiety, transitions,  panic, uncertainty, depression, LGBTQIA+, & self-criticism
- Perinatal Mental Health Certified 
- Author and clinician for The Wedding Check-In Premarital Counseling Series  
- Licensed Art Therapist & LPC Supervisor 
- Uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Existential approaches, Person-Centered Treatment, & Art Therapy 

Ginny Gaulin, LPCS ATR
Owner & Therapist



- Friendly, welcoming approach to Client Consultations
- Ready to answer any questions about billing or insurance 
- Knowledgeable about the clinical specialities of our therapists
- Happy to provide referrals in the community, as needed

Jamie Giannini, B.S.
Administrative Assistant



keep learning how to live.”

“As long as you live,

 - Seneca

Marriage counseling and couples counseling can be a lifesaver.  Seeking help for your relationship is a sign that your relationship is important and worth the effort.  Our couples therapist is here to work with you to change for the better.

Common treatment goals:
- improve communication
- decrease irritability & anger 
- address commitment issues, infidelity, or life goal differences
- build respect, understanding, and trust
- explore romantic and sexual wellbeing
- maintain what is working well

With informed care, relationships to be sources compassion, understanding, and fulfillment, not a source of stress or pain. 

Marriage & Couples Counseling

Parents often reach out at the recommendation of teachers and pediatricians or when life at home feels "off." Services for children age 5+ are available.  We work with the whole family in order to:

- Decrease anxiety and worry
- Reduce stress of life transitions
- Adjust to change
- Build anger and frustration tolerance
- Improve low self-esteem
- Work on goals for ADD/ADHD

Our licensed professional counselors  encourage skill building, self-expression, and exploration and allows for healing and growth to take place in a unique and creative way. 

Teen and Child

What are some reasons to seek our services?

- Uncontrollable worries that don't seem to stop
- Feeling overwhelmed by a new environment or in social situations
- Life transitions such as college, divorce, grief, moving, infidelity, break ups, and job search
- Wishing you could feel happier in your daily life
- Thinking there could be something "more"

During your intake session, your therapist will customize a treatment plan to meet your exact needs at this time.  Our treatment approaches include cognitive-behavioral techniques, motivational interviewing, person-centered approaches, trauma-focused interventions, and postpartum work. 

Individual Counseling

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with the team at The Well Center.”


If you are thinking about calling,
it's the right time."


I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to make a change .”

"Ginny makes you feel heard
and supported.


We want to hear from you.

We make sure all new clients feel welcome, safe, and taken care of. 

The first step is a free phone consultation to make sure we are a great fit. From there we can clarify insurance questions and get your initial session scheduled quickly. 

Please give us a call or fill out the form below and our client coordinator will be in touch by email within one business day to schedule your consultation. Please check your spam folder. This form should not be used in emergencies.

New Client Information

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If this is a mental health emergency, please contact 911 or go to your closest emergency room. 

Thank You


204 E Main Street, Pendleton, SC 29670

The Well Center - Clemson

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions: 
  • Some of our therapist's are in-network with BCBS insurance. We are a self-pay provider for all other insurances. If an insurance based provider is unavailable, we have self pay options we will clearly outline for you during your consultation. 
  • If we are unable to schedule your initial assessment, you may be provided a referral to a provider we trust. 
  • Our services include individual counseling for ages 5+ and couples counseling. 
  • We do not schedule same day appointments or crisis appointments. 

The Well Center - Greenville

9 Toy St, Suite 4, Greenville, SC 29601

Fax: 864.326.1911

Phone Hours: Monday - Thursday 9am to 5pm; Friday 9am - 11am

This phone number should not be used in emergencies.

Please email
with questions about insurance or payment.


Your message has been sent. We make every effort to contact you by the next business day. Please check your email and spam folder.
If this is a mental health emergency, please call 911. 

Thank You

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