Andrea Clapp, LPC

Owner of Rayne Counseling, LLC

With 14 years of experience in a counseling setting, Andrea is both skilled and knowledgeable in creating a space for change in individuals. Andrea obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of North Carolina Asheville where she also played basketball on a scholarship.  Due to her unique collegiate experience as a student athlete she is passionate in helping other student athletes navigate through this journey.  Andrea obtained her Masters Degree through Lincoln Memorial University in Counseling.  She worked for Youth Villages in the Specialized Crisis Program for 10 years.  This is where Andrea developed a strong passion for working with families and individuals in creating changes in behaviors and negative thought patterns and also cycles.  Andrea began private practice in 2017.   She was titled a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Tennesee in 2019 and established Rayne Counseling, LLC in 2020.

Andrea is both experienced and skilled in building rapport with her clients.  This rapport allows her client’s to be comfortable to open up honestly and identify with their true self; and in doing this they are able to develop a self awareness that allows them to make desired changes. Andrea is able to help each of her client’s identify individual needs and create unique plans that promote change.  She is passionate about building relationships with her client’s and helping them to achieve the level of functioning they desire.


Kendra Hart, MA, Intern

Kendra graduated from The University of Tennessee.  She obtained her Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University. She is currently working toward her LPC and she is under the supervision of Mary Raykowitz, LPC-MHSP.

Kendra has experience working with a variety of mental health struggles, individuals who struggle with substance use, and also those who have experienced trauma.  Over the past five years, she has been working at an agency helping those who suffer from substance use disorders.  She has experience in providing psycho-educational groups, as well as facilitating both group and individual therapy.  Kendra has been diligently working to help individuals and families restore their lives while entering recovery. In the upcoming months, she will be applying to become a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselor.  She is passionate about helping others to restore balance to their life. Kendra also recently completed training for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. This is an evidence based treatment which helps clients to decrease and alleviate symptoms of trauma.  Kendra is excited  to offer affordable services to people in our community.



Tom Wilson, BA, Intern

Tom is nearing the end of his Masters Degree at Lincoln Memorial University currently.  He is under the supervision of Dr. Shelley Salter, PHD, NCC and site supervisor Andrea Clapp, LPC. Tom has a variety of life experiences that led him into the counseling field.  He is currently facilitating groups, coaching, and providing emotional support for individuals affected by Kidney Disease and other major organ transplants and chronic medical issues.