Family and Maritli Center Co
Family and Maritli Center Co

Announcements

New Office in Clarksburg now open!  Located across the street from the Produce House.

Where to Find Us

Family and Marital Counseling Center, Inc

5 Brown Ave

Weston, WV 26452 

 

Phone: 304 269-3923

Fax: 304-269-9733

Email: weston@fmccwv.org

 

We also have a new office location in Clarksburg, WV:

 

613 W. Pike St

Clarksburg, WV 26301

 

Phone:304-622-5323

Fax: 304-622-5324

Email: clarksburg@fmccwv.org



Click here for a map of and directions to both locations



Office Hours are by appointment only. We offer evening hours for your convenience.

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Welcome to FMCC

We strive to be an outstanding private practive providing therapeutic care and treatment of the highest standard, searching for new knowledge to promote mental health.



Our Clinicians

We pride ourselves in the friendliness and professionalism of our staff and clinicians. Our clinicians are certified at the WV state and national levels, and they regularly attend seminars and conventions to ensure that their work is founded upon the most advanced psychoanalytic methods.
 
Meet our clinicians:

 

Don Worth, Ph.D., has been a marriage and family counselor for over 25 years, having degrees in counseling Psychology from WVU, clinical psychology from Marshall University, and health psychology from Walden University.

He specializes in counseling with families, couples, and individuals (children, adolescents and adults), as well as in substance abuse counseling and conducts substance abuse evaluations for individuals as well as the Dept. ofTransportation, and in mediation. Don also specializes in high conflict divorced parent mediations.

Dr. Worth is also a licensed psychologist able to conduct psychological evaluations and assessments.

Recently, Don has developed a self-contained 8-week program to be implemented in middle schools for students with ADHD, and has conducted a study that found it to significantly reduce symptoms ofADHD. He will be presenting his research to a National conference in San Diego in February 2014.

Dr. Klein, a licensed psychologist at this practice since 1997, provides adult psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and psychological evaluations for courts, attorneys and dept. of Health and Human Services.
He also conducts Social Security Disability determination evaluations and Workers Comp evaluations as well as work competency evaluations for the County and city police departments for new hires of officers.
Dr. Klein received his Ed.D from WVU. He also has a Masters in Counseling as well as Master of Sacred Theology degree from Wesley Seminary of UMC, Washington DC.

Karen Randolph, MA, is a licensed professional counselor (LPC). She obtained her Master's Degree in counseling in 1984 and has been in the counseling profession since 1984.
Karen enjoys working with adults, couples, adolescents and has experience dealing with issues of depression, grief, communication problems, anxiety, self­esteem, anger management. She is also certified as a counselor with GA (Gamblers Anonymous) in addiction of gambling and gambling problems.
Ms. Randolph uses a variety of counseling techniques and theories to be the most effective with each unique individual client.

Nicole Snyder, M.A., Is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who graduated from WVU with a Masters degree in counseling.
She is a passionate therapist who works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families to address a variety of issues.

Molly Straight, M.A. is a Licensed Psychologist who has been practicing since 1999 when she graduated from Marshall University with a Masters Degree in Psychology. Her track was Diagnosis and Intervention. She has been licensed since 2005. While the majority of her therapy work over the years has been done with children and adolescents, she does see some adult women for therapy. She uses primarily cognitive­-behavioral therapy in her sessions. She also conducts psychological evaluations of adults, children, and adolescents for varying reasons. Some of these evaluations are at the request of agencies and courts in Harrison County and the surrounding areas.

Beth Stafford, M.S., Licensed Psychologist, receiving her master's degree from the Department of Psychology at WVU. She also has a graduate certificate in gerontology.
She offers therapeutic services to individuals, couples, and teens. Beth is trained using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Family Systems Therapy and sees clients for a variety of reasons, including anxiety, depression, stress management, loss, divorce, relationship issues, life transitions, and gender/sexual orientation concerns. Beth's particular interests include providing therapy to clients with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities and she is interested in seeing clients experiencing pet grief and loss.

Helen Woodyard, M.Ed., L.P.C., A.L.P.S. joined Family & Marital Counseling Center, Inc. in June 2015. She enjoys working with individuals, children, adolescents, families and couples. Helen received her Masters in counseling education from Ohio University. She was Counselor of the year in 20 as voted by WV Counseling Association. Helen also worked in her own private practice in Harrison County from 1996 to 2002. She also works as an adjunct faculty professor at the Pierpont Community technical College where she teaches sociology and psychology. She first started teaching in 1996 at Fairmont State University and then from 2006-2008 she taught at Glenville State College. Ms. Woodyard has also provided counseling to school aged children in the schools when she served as a contracted counselor for Gilmer and Calhoun County Schools until 2014. Helen loves cats. She currently enjoys "Tabatha" whom she rescued from a harsh wintry day a few years ago. Helen works one day (Mondays) in our Clarksburg office and two days (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) at our Weston office.

Gizmo. Hi, my name is Gizmo and I am a therapy dog. I wasn't always a therapy dog though. Back in 2011, I was wondering around rural West Virginia when I got put in the pound. While being transported to a rescue home by this really sweat therapist lady, I conveniently caused a wreck. This way she would have to go to the hospital and I would get to stay with her for a few days instead of going to be adopted out. After a few days of working my charm they realized that the wreck must have been for a reason so they kept me.

After going through some rigorous training which I passed with flying colors, I officially became a therapy dog in March 2014. Since then, I have been visiting folks at rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes, and even libraries to bring smiles to peoples' faces. Everyone loves when I come to visit!


:-  Gizmo

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