Meet Our Team

“Wonderful, caring counselors”

Founder and Director
Marnie C. Ferree
M.A.,LMFT,CSAT

Marnie C. Ferree is the founder of Bethesda Workshops and has a national reputation as a leader in the field of sexual addiction, particularly as it presents in women.

In 1997, Marnie established a workshop program for female sex addicts that was the first of its kind, and today draws participants from across the United States and Canada. That program expanded in 2001 to include workshops for male sex addicts, partners, and couples, and it was renamed Bethesda Workshops. Previously, Marnie provided counseling for sexual recovery (both from sexual abuse and sexual addiction) through the Woodmont Hills Counseling Center, associated with the Woodmont Hills church in Nashville. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist.

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Marnie’s book about female sexual addiction, No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Addiction, (Intervarsity Press) is the first Christian book on the subject by a woman personally in recovery. No Stones has been widely acclaimed as a pioneering work and is considered the standard in the field. Her second book is L.I.F.E. Guide for Women, a workbook for female sex addicts.

She is also the editor of Making Advances – A Comprehensive Guide for Treating Female Sex and Love Addicts, which is the first book to address this population. Making Advances was written by 10 female leaders in the clinical community, and Marnie shaped the volume, edited the entire project, and contributed to several chapters. In 2018, she co-authored Out of the Doghouse for Christian Men – A Redemptive Guide for Men Caught Cheating.

Marnie is a frequent lecturer at professional and recovery conferences, churches, and schools. She also consults with Christian churches and organizations about sexual integrity, especially when a leader has fallen into sexual sin. Marnie is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (clinical fellow), the American Association for Christian Counselors, and the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, where she served nearly 20 years on the editorial board of the professional journal Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity. She is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. Marnie received her master’s degree in counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.

Marnie has published dozens of articles in a variety of professional journals, magazines and newspapers. Of particular note is a comprehensive series on childhood sexual abuse, which was published in 1993 in The Tennessean. The series was ground-breaking in telling survivors’ first-person stories on the record, including her own, and it generated hundreds of responses.

Marnie and her husband David have been married since 1981 and are parents of two married adult children, and grandparents of two grandsons.

Sexual addiction is a complex issue, but there is hope! Many of our clinical staff are trained Certified Sex Addiction Therapists (CSAT®) or CSAT® candidates through the Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (ITTAP). This training, developed by Dr. Patrick Carnes, requires attendance at multiple training modules and supervision with a CSAT® supervisor. It also requires ongoing education requirements so that CSATs are experts in providing the latest innovations in sexual addiction therapy. CSAT® training is a rigorous process designed to help professionals best serve their clients.

To learn more about treatment for sex addiction, visit www.sexhelp.com. This website also has links to www.recoveryzone.com for helpful resources for potential addicts and their partners: an initial (free) sexual addiction screening assessment and a partner sexuality survey.

Clinical Staff

Tom Barbian
Ph.D., LPC
Small Group Therapist
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Dr. Barbian received his doctorate in clinical psychology from The Cambridge Graduate School of Psychology in Los Angeles. He also holds a master’s degree in marriage, family and child counseling, and a bachelor’s degree in Biblical studies. He began his work as a counselor in 1986, and has extensive counseling experience in private practice as well as in a church setting. He is the founder and current Executive Director of The Christian Counseling Center of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina. Dr. Barbian has also been an adjunct professor at Columbia International University in Columbia South Carolina since 1999, where he teaches courses in Addiction, Crisis Counseling, Family Therapy, and Supervised Clinical Internship. In addition to his training in sexual addiction, Dr. Barbian has received specialized training in chemical dependency, anxiety disorders, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, child therapy and post-traumatic stress disorder. He has also been actively involved in church leadership for many years. Dr. Barbian and his wife Corrine have been married since 1978. They have five children and 7 grandchildren. Dr. Barbian is an avid cyclist, hunter, and water skier.
Rainey Brown
Ph.D., LPC-MHSP, CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Dr. Rainey Brown is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Brentwood, Tennessee. She received her M.A. in counseling and a doctorate in clinical counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University. After working in the community mental health field, Rainey began private practice in the fall of 2003. Rainey holds the following clinical licensures and certifications: • Licensed Professional Counselor – Mental Health Service Provider, Tennessee • Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) • EMDR Certification, Level 2 Rainey offers counseling services for adults and couples and is committed to encouraging healing and wholeness in spirit, mind and body. She has a heart for adults and couples who struggle with sexual issues, addictive sexual behavior and codependency. Rainey feels a strong call to support women as they address and work through relationship issues, career challenges, recovery from childhood trauma, divorce adjustment, and marital and family issues. Rainey has a passion for working with couples who wish to strengthen their marriage or seek assistance in working through marital struggles. Issues often addressed include intimacy, boundaries in marriage, communication, sexuality, and sexual addiction. She also offers premarital counseling. A strong believer in the importance of fellowship and community, Rainey and her husband, Doug, are active members in their church. On a quarterly basis, they teach a one-day premarital workshop and enjoy working with couples as they prepare for marriage. For several years they also facilitated a weekly Celebrate Recovery® 12-step group. Rainey and Doug reside in Brentwood, Tennessee, and are the parents of two married sons and proud grandparents.
Todd Bowman
Ph.D., CSAT(c)
Small Group Therapist
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Dr. Todd Bowman is an Associate Professor of Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University in addition to working as the Director of the SATP (Sexual Addiction Treatment Provider) Institute. Dr. Bowman received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 2008 and has been practicing professional counseling since that time. During his time at OSU, he served as the Director of the Nazarene Student Center. Dr. Bowman developed the SATP program in 2011 at MidAmerica Nazarene University and it remains the only sexual addiction training for mental health professionals that is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and recognized by the United States Department of Education. He continues to write and present locally, nationally and internationally on topics related to sexual health and sexually addictive behavior, including the publication of his first book, Angry Birds & Killer Bees: Talking to Your Kids About Sex (Beacon Hill Press, 2013). Currently, he is editing the Christian textbook Reclaiming Sexual Wholeness for Zondervan. In addition to his specialized work assessing, diagnosing, and treating adults and adolescents with sexual addictions and attachment related concerns, Dr. Bowman has specialized training in stress management, anxiety reduction, and other affective regulation methods, as well as psychological assessment. He operates from a relational-existential perspective in his work, and regularly incorporates attachment, developmental, and neurobiological perspectives as appropriate.
Ryan Butterfield
M.A., CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Ryan is a graduate of Harding University’s Marriage and Family Therapy program and a Licensed Professional Counselor with specialized certifications in Sexual Addiction (CSAT) and in Trauma (CTT). He has served as an adjunct professor of Christian Counseling for Harding University and is on the boards of The Center for Christian Broadcasting and White County CASA. He worked exclusively with teens and their parents as a therapist and Clinical Director at Capstone Treatment Center until 2013, when he cofounded The ReGroup, a private practice therapy clinic in Searcy, Arkansas. He is also a certified in EMDR. Ryan is the author and producer of the DVD series, "The Mouse Trap - The Dangers of Internet Pornography" and speaks at conferences and lectureships across the country. He continues to work with individuals, marriages, and families, as well as holding workshops for various churches that are wanting to learn how to better serve those struggling in areas such as marriage, parenting, addiction and sexual issues. Ryan is married to and works with Paula Butterfield, LPC, CSAT, and they are prayerfully raising their four children in Searcy, Arkansas.
Tim Burkholder
M.A., CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Tim Burkholder is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor working out of Orlando, FL. He stepped away from his work supporting missionaries with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade) to pursue his Masters degree in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. Since graduating, he has worked in private practice and completed his training as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. He also has training in EMDR. Tim is passionate about working with addicts on the road to recovery, and especially enjoys working with those in ministry. He also works with clients wrestling through other issues of gender and sexuality, as well as helping clients tackle important realities such as depression, anxiety, spiritual disillusionment, and relational difficulties. Personally, Tim enjoys supporting Orlando's MLS soccer team, riding his bicycle, and drinking a good cup of coffee. He is also mildly obsessed with almost anything DIY, and has spent several years building a teardrop camper trailer in his garage. He loves to travel, and hopes to one day have a finished trailer that will allow him to visit a number of state parks throughout Florida and the Southeast.
Amy Croft
M.A., LPC, CSAT(c)
Small Group Therapist
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Amy Croft serves in dual roles: a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Lake Zurich, Illinois, and a hospice bereavement coordinator and grief counselor in Addison, Illinois. Amy received a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Trinity International University after completing a master’s in counseling ministries from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. She is completing the Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) training through the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Amy highly respects every person who attends Bethesda Workshops because she personally knows what it’s like to do the courageous work of counseling and recovery. An active member of 12 Step communities, Amy believes authentic, honest relationships are essential for deep healing and transformation. She incorporates 12 step recovery principles, grief counseling, and faith-based interventions in sessions and groups as appropriate…always mindful of her client’s perspectives and needs. In her spare time, Amy and her husband Jim enjoy selling cottage-style antiques at Chicago-land flea markets. She also loves walking her dog or participating in anything that celebrates her Irish heritage. She is a women’s small group leader and a frequent 5K participant.
Glynn Dilbeck
M.A., LSPE-MHSP, CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Glynn Dilbeck, MA is a psychotherapist in private practice in Nashville, Tennessee and is licensed in the state of Tennessee as a Senior Psychological Examiner (PE1725). He earned a master’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University and has worked in in a variety outpatient and corporate settings with adults, children and adolescents since 1991. Glynn is probably best known in the Nashville therapeutic community as a “sex addiction therapist” but he views himself as first and foremost as a therapist who specializes in treating psychological trauma. He feels strongly that the key to successful recovery from addiction is to address underlying trauma. He views addiction as often developing as a maladaptive coping mechanism to unresolved trauma. Today Glynn integrates a wide variety of techniques that blend beautifully with BrainSpotting, which is a powerful “brain-body based” relational therapy that uses neurobiology to access and heal the trauma and/or difficulties that a person is/has been experiencing. Glynn has been married to Sandy for over 30 years and has two grown children and is proud to call himself a grandfather. When not at work, he relaxes through hiking/backing, and beekeeping.
Kim Iverson
MSW, LCSW, CSAT
Small Group Therapist,
Clinical Specialist
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In addition to her work as a small group therapist, Kim is Bethesda Workshops’ Clinical Specialist. In this role she handles intake calls from registrants and connects with referring professionals. She also helps potential participants assess if Bethesda Workshops is the right fit for their needs. Kim brings over 30 years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist in the private practice arena, residential addiction industry and community mental health. She treats people with issues related to mental health, addictions, trauma and codependency, and she specializes in working with intimacy disorders, relational betrayal, love, relationship and sex addiction. Kim has been intensively trained as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). She is also Level One Certified in the Marilyn Murray “Murray Method,” which is used to treat individuals with unresolved trauma, addictions and abuse. Kim has also attended the Psychodrama Training Institute at Onsite Workshops and is involved in a psychodrama training group with The Mid-South Center for Psychodrama and Sociometry, which is another effective tool used to treat individuals with unresolved trauma, addictions and abuse. In addition to Kim’s work at Bethesda Workshops, she maintains a private practice and serves on the clinical staff at The Bridge to Recovery in Kentucky, a residential program for those struggling with addictions, trauma, and codependency. Kim was the clinical director of The Bridge for almost five years before stepping down to a limited clinical position. Kim received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work in 1985. She and her husband Mark have been married since 1987 and have four grown sons and two grandchildren.
Jennifer Lackey
M.A., LSPE
Small Group Therapist
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Jennifer received her B.A. in Psychology from Lipscomb University and then went on to receive her master’s in clinical psychology from Middle Tennessee State University. She is licensed through the state of Tennessee as a Senior Psychological Examiner and has been practicing since 2004. Her work history includes working with special needs children both in home and in school settings. She spent several years working with an equine therapeutic program who focused on children with chronic and terminal illnesses. In 2004, Jennifer began working for AGAPE, a non-profit Christian agency providing psychological services to the community. In 2015, Jennifer made a move into private practice and now has two practice locations, one in East Nashville and one in Berry Hill (south of Nashville). Jennifer sees a variety of clients in her practice and works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Her areas of focus include psychological and psychoeducational testing, anxiety and mood disorders, learning and developmental disorders, grief, trauma, and abuse. Recently, Jennifer received her certification as an EMDR therapist through the EMDR International Association. She has also trained for several years in the Enneagram, a psycho-spiritual personality system that she frequently uses with her clients. Jennifer has been married to Matt since 2012. Together they enjoy camping, motorcycles, and fishing.
Tonia Long
Ph.D., CSAT, EMDR
Small Group Therapist
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Dr. Tonia Long received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from University of Memphis, where her research focused on predictors of recovery from childhood sexual abuse. Dr. Long sees adults in individual therapy and group therapy, and specializes in recovery from childhood trauma such as abuse, abandonment and lack of attachment, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder including victims of crime and traumatic loss. She is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals and works with partners of those struggling with sexual compulsivity and other addictions, couples who are wanting to recover from addiction or intimacy issues, as well as female sex and love addicts. She has over 25 years’ experience treating a wide variety of clinical issues with adults from a Christian perspective and is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) for trauma. Dr. Long has been married since 1988 and has one daughter. Dr. Long is in private practice with Chris Pekary, LPC at Life Matters Counseling in Memphis, TN.
Kirk McDermott
MFT, LPC-MHSP, CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Kirk received his master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a licensed professional counselor and has worked in multiple settings including an inpatient psychiatric hospital and an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center. He has been in private practice in since 2003. Kirk is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). He is trained in EMDR and has advanced training in Christian sex therapy through the Institute for Sexual Wholeness.
Chris Pekary
MA, LPC-MHSP, CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Chris Pekary, MA, LPC-MHSP, CSAT is a licensed professional counselor and national certified counselor. He has been in practice since 2002. Chris grew up in Northern California and has a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science from Pepperdine University. A former software and hardware guy, Chris left the tech world to go to graduate school at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL, where he earned a Master of Arts in Counseling and a Master of Divinity. His practice focuses on adult individuals and couples, and he is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Chris has been married to his wife, Debbie since 1993, and they have two sons. He and Dr. Tonia Long share a practice in Memphis, TN.
Jenna Riemersma
LPC, CSAT, EMDR
Small Group Therapist
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Jenna Riemersma is the Clinical Director of The Atlanta Center for Relational Healing. She is a teaching faculty member for the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Jenna holds a masters degree in Public Policy from Harvard University and a masters degree in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a trauma-informed and EMDR-trained therapist, a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), and Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist (CMAT). Jenna is currently completing her Internal Family Systems (IFS) training. Jenna is passionate about encouraging people in authentic spirituality. Her new book on IFS and Christianity, Move Toward: A Rebel God’s Guide to Life, is nearing publication. Jenna’s previous career was in the field of public policy, where she served in various legislative capacities on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. She has been married since 1995, and is a proud mom of two college students, an animal lover, and yoga enthusiast.
Fern Sutton
M.A., LPC-MHSP
Small Group Therapist
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Fern Sutton has a bachelor’s degree in Christian Studies from Dallas Baptist University and a master’s in counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville. She is an adjunct faculty member at Liberty University and Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, MO. Fern specializes in working with partners of sexual addicts and female sex addicts in addition to providing couples counseling. Fern and her husband, Jerry, have two married daughters and grandchildren.
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Mike Vaughn
M.A., LPC, CSAT
Small Group Therapist
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Mike Vaughn is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS) and co-founder of SureHope Counseling and Training Center. He graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a M.A. in counseling, and has been in private practice since graduating in 2003. While he has worked with clients regarding many different issues in that time, his current specialties are: sexual addiction, trauma, and marital therapy. He is passionate about the power that God brings in the healing of these areas. Mike has done extensive post graduate training in the sex addiction, trauma and marital therapy fields. That includes Gottman Method couples therapy (Levels I, II, III) with direct training from John and Julie Gottman in Seattle, WA. He is a provider of EMDR to treat trauma and is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT). He has lead therapy groups for affair recovery, sex addiction and men’s health. He regularly sees couples for intensive therapy and also does intensive trauma work. He is a supervisor for counselors pursuing their licensure. Mike is a monthly contributor on Charlotte Today (NBC, WCNC) with over 80 segments aired and has been featured on the Matt & Ramona radio show. His true joy and focus is his wife and three kids. His other passions include all things hiking, camping, sports and reading.
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Administrative Staff

Tania Bodiford Financial Coordinator
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Tania Bodiford is the Financial Coordinator for Bethesda Workshops. If you have questions about payment plans or scholarships, Tania great to work with regarding finances. She also handles the ministry’s purchases and payables.
E. A. Cox Workshop Coordinator
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E. A. (Elizabeth Anne) Cox is the workshop coordinator for Bethesda Workshops. If you have general questions about the workshop, or if you are a participant and have questions about your paperwork, E.A. is glad to help. She also coordinates all the lodging and logistics for the workshops.
Teresa Corley Accountant
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Teresa Corley has provided accounting services for Bethesda Workshops since 2005. She prepares financial statements, assists with budgeting, and serves as the ministry’s corporate treasurer and secretary.
Shane & Steve Oakley Alumni Directors
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Steve and Shane have gone through the Bethesda Workshops programs as participants, so their personal recovery experience makes it easy for them to relate to former and future attendees. Their primary responsibility is to support Bethesda Workshops alumni. The Oakleys also connect with counselors and clergy who refer to the program or with those who need to hear about it. They are available to speak and share about Bethesda Workshops at churches, meetings, and events.
Kim Iverson
MSW, LCSW, CSAT
Small Group Therapist,
Clinical Specialist
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In addition to her work as a small group therapist, Kim is Bethesda Workshops’ Clinical Specialist. In this role she handles intake calls from registrants and connects with referring professionals. She also helps potential participants assess if Bethesda Workshops is the right fit for their needs. Kim brings over 30 years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist in the private practice arena, residential addiction industry and community mental health. She treats people with issues related to mental health, addictions, trauma and codependency, and she specializes in working with intimacy disorders, relational betrayal, love, relationship and sex addiction. Kim has been intensively trained as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). She is also Level One Certified in the Marilyn Murray “Murray Method,” which is used to treat individuals with unresolved trauma, addictions and abuse. Kim has also attended the Psychodrama Training Institute at Onsite Workshops and is involved in a psychodrama training group with The Mid-South Center for Psychodrama and Sociometry, which is another effective tool used to treat individuals with unresolved trauma, addictions and abuse. In addition to Kim’s work at Bethesda Workshops, she maintains a private practice and serves on the clinical staff at The Bridge to Recovery in Kentucky, a residential program for those struggling with addictions, trauma, and codependency. Kim was the clinical director of The Bridge for almost five years before stepping down to a limited clinical position. Kim received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work in 1985. She and her husband Mark have been married since 1987 and have four grown sons and two grandchildren.
Marnie Ferree
Marnie Feree
M.A., LMFT
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Marnie is considered a leader in the treatment of women who struggle with sex and love addiction. She conducted the first gender-specific workshop for women in 1997, which was the forerunner of Bethesda Workshops. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified sex addiction therapist. Marnie is passionate about the ministry and serves as executive and clinical director, as well as a board member. Through her role on the board, Marnie’s goal is to partner with others to help the ministry thrive.

Board of Directors

Todd Clements
M.D.
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Todd Clements is a psychiatrist who is board certified in addiction medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas and completed his psychiatry residency (as chief resident) at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. He has worked in a variety of medical settings with a special interest in addictive behaviors and teaches as university adjunct faculty. Todd’s personal experience with addiction and recovery informs his interest in Bethesda Workshops and fuels his commitment to those who seek healing for compulsive behavior. He is in practice in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Marnie Ferree
Marnie Feree
M.A., LMFT
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Marnie is considered a leader in the treatment of women who struggle with sex and love addiction. She conducted the first gender-specific workshop for women in 1997, which was the forerunner of Bethesda Workshops. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified sex addiction therapist. Marnie is passionate about the ministry and serves as executive and clinical director, as well as a board member. Through her role on the board, Marnie’s goal is to partner with others to help the ministry thrive.
Jim Frost
M.A., LPE-MHSP
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Jim is a Nashville native who has been a licensed psychotherapist since 1980. He currently practices at AGAPE, where he also serves as Assistant Clinical Director. Jim has referred many clients to Bethesda Workshops over the years, and his deep respect for the life changing work done through this program led to his interest in serving on the board. He and his wife married in 1980 and are the parents of a young adult son. Jim enjoys reading, music, and exploring contemplative spirituality. He is also trained as a spiritual director.
Jennifer Honeycutt
J.D.
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Jennifer Honeycutt has worked in the legal field for over 25 years and is a member of the Tennessee Bar. She brings years of board experience, most notably with the Williamson County DUI Court Foundation, and serves as the chair of Bethesda Workshops’ board. She maintains a thriving general law practice in Nashville with a special focus on family law. Her experience in working with fractured families prompts her to support Bethesda Workshops’ mission to help individuals and couples find healing.
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Ina McNichols
MBA
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Ina received a B.S. in accounting from Florida State University and an MBA from the University of Tampa. She and her husband Scott have been married since college and have three teenagers. Ina and Scott have attended every type of workshop Bethesda offers, and as an alumni of the program, Ina is especially committed to the mission of Bethesda Workshops. Ina has served on various non-profit boards and is currently working as a full-time mom.