Our mental and behavioral health professionals have clinical expertise within a wide range of treatment areas that affect personal, professional, family, and spiritual health. They hold degrees in clinical social work, psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy.

AGAPE prides itself on providing care to all children, adolescents and adults

Kimberly Scott, MSSW, LCSW

Kimberly has worked with families and children for more than 25 years. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and currently practices as an individual and family therapist for both children and adults. She earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The University of Texas at Arlington. Kimberly’s post-graduate work focused on children, families, substance abuse, and schizophrenia research.

Kimberly has worked in an array of settings to include private behavioral and mental health hospitals, federal prisons, hospice clinics, and her own private practice for 14 years. She has experience assessing children and adults with issues including substance abuse, neglect, physical abuse, trauma, depression, grief/loss, stress management, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, sexual abuse, pre-natal/post-partum issues, parenting, etc.

Kimberly is known to be empathetic, personable, non-judgmental, and genuine in her interactions with clients. Kimberly empowers individuals to overcome personal obstacles by utilizing evidence-based interventions while integrating spiritual concepts into therapy.

Kimberly enjoys working with a variety of clients, both male and female, of all ages. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, yoga, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and growing in her faith. Kimberly has three children – two daughters and a son.

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William (Bill) H. Searcy, D.MIN, Fellow AAPC

Dr. Searcy provides individual, marriage, family, and trauma counseling. For 34 years Bill was a missionary and lived or traveled in 77 countries on all 7 continents. From 1975-83 he worked part of each year in and out of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Concurrently, during 1982-84 he worked as a professional mental health worker for a community mental health center in Memphis, TN where he held three positions at different times as group therapist, community follow-up psychiatric social worker, and hospital liaison between the mental health center, the acute care mental hospital, and the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health. From 1984-89 Bill did missionary work in Belize, Central America. He lived in Kenya, East Africa for 18 years, 1992-2010. In addition to regular mission ministry, he was an accredited supervisor in the Kenya Counseling Association (KCA). He has 3 adult children from his first wife who died in a car accident in Kenya in 1993. Bill was a single father in the international environment for 14 years before marrying again. He and his wife, Betsy, live in Rocky Mount.

Bill graduated from Harding University with a BA double major in Missions and Biblical Languages in 1977. At Harding University Graduate School of Religion (now Harding School of Theology) he graduated with the Master of Theology (Master of Divinity) in Counseling in 1982 and the Doctor of Ministry in 1986. He did 4 chaplain internship units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Duke University Hospital and attended a number of continuing education counseling courses at Harvard Medical School.