Even after years as a counselor, I struggled to cope with the death loss of my son. Developing the grief group and writing the accompanying poems for "A Counselors Poetic Guide Through the Grief Journey" helped me heal tremendously, so I decided to share it with others. Adjusting to life with a neurological autoimmune condition has been no easy feat. Tired of the side effects of the prescription medication, I began using essential oils and hemp products to try to sooth and heal my nervous system and came up with concoctions that have done just that. Along the way, I developed an appreciation for the stage of expressive arts which has also supported my healing, so I decided to bring all of those experiences together in one place to help others live well.
The name Leena Enterprises was inspired by my most cherished people. Both my angel son Nathaniel and my mother's middle names are Lee. I added the n and a from the first two letters of my and viola! We do Healing Things, so that's our nick name :).
Whether you receive counseling, attend a training, read my books, try the natural healing aids, or share your story on our stage, I trust that we can help you on your path!
Natalie McCaa-Wilborn, LPC-S
Jeanne "Holly" Hammond, LPC
Monica Kline, LPC-Associate supervised by Natalie Ross, LPC-S
Natalie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2008. She went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from St. Mary’s University in August 2010 and obtained her LPC license in 2014.
Natalie has15 years' experience specializing in grief, trauma, relationships and youth/adolescent issues. She's EMDR trained and become a counselor supervisor in 2020.
Holly graduated from Liberty University in 2018 with a master’s degree in crisis response and trauma counseling. In 2019, she obtained a master’s degree in licensed professional counseling, also from Liberty University.
Having spent many years teaching in middle and high schools lead Holly to the counseling profession, and has given her an uncommon perspective on adolescents, the challenges they face, and the type of support they need to deal successfully with the pressures of living in today’s world. Holly also has experience dealing with trauma, abuse, and grief, and works with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
With over 15 years of experience in mental/ behavioral health, my goal is to help you cultivate the life you desire. After benefiting from therapy in my early 20's I knew I wanted to provide a safe space for others to work on "issues"/blockages that are preventing them from living their best lives. I desire to help individuals who not only feel stuck and stagnant, but also those that are in a good space and want a bit of a tune up to keep going. My experience is working with individuals who have a history of trauma, domestic violence, (both victims and perpetrators) people focused on maintaining sobriety and those transitioning from corrective institutions, as well as individuals that experience acute symptoms associated with a psychiatric diagnosis. If you are ready to awaken the unique person that you are, I am here to assist along the way. I provide an eclectic, holistic style of therapy. I use CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness techniques to incorporate mind, body and spirit.