Adrienne McCollum is the founder/CEO of Inspire Counseling, LLC – a mental health and wellness firm dedicated to providing quality, evidence-based psychotherapy and counseling.
McCollum’s practice has two locations: Hoover, Ala. and Montevallo. While Inspire Counseling is highly inclusive and has a diverse demographic of clients, she specializes in women’s issues with a focus on women of color, millennials, and post-millennials. Adrienne has more than seven years of experience, including inpatient and outpatient clinical treatment, and medical social work.
Adrienne has served as a speaker and panelist for various community events and organizations. Along with being a member of the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce, she also serves in the Social Work Society, which is affiliated with The University of Alabama, her alma mater.
As an engaged mental health practitioner who also believes in giving back, Adrienne spends time volunteering as a mentor to social work students and newcomers to the field. She is a clinical supervisor for up and coming independent social workers.
Adrienne is a lifetime member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., who looks forward to opportunities to be more active and partner with the organization. Above all, the Winfield, Ala. native, who loves international travel, values her role as a loving partner and mother of one.
Charlie Morris is a licensed psychotherapist committed to providing a safe, calm and welcoming space for clients.
Charlie uses a client-centered approach that tailors each session to their specific needs and environment. Along with working with children, adolescents and families, Charlie has experience as a general outpatient therapist as well as inpatient pediatric mental health. He also has specialty certifications in treating behavioral/emotional problems, pediatric neurodevelopmental challenges, and problematic sexual behaviors. Other focus areas include behavioral and emotional issues, such as defiance, conduct issues, anxiety, depression, mood swings, trauma; pediatric neurodevelopmental, including attention problems, autism, sensory processing, repetitive behaviors and social skills; and areas involving pediatric clinical sexology, survivors of sexual abuse, LBGTQ issues and problematic sexual behaviors.
In his personal life, Charlie is a big family man and fulfilling his roles as son, brother, and father are extremely important in his life. Even in his spare time, Charlie enjoys making the world a better place. The University of Alabama alum is a board member for several Alabama charities and programs, all focusing on improving today’s youth. In addition, he enjoys oversized coffee cups, traveling to new places, and lots of laughing.