Dr. Cheryl P. Simmons
She attained a Bachelor degree in Theology and Religion and a Master’s degree in Clinical Ministry, from Atlantic Union College, in South Lancaster, MA and a Master of Divinity Degree from Wesley Biblical Seminary in Jackson, MS. She then completed a two-year Chaplain Residency at Palmetto Health Baptist and Richland Hospitals, in SC, as their trauma and critical care chaplain. Dr. Simmons has also completed a specialty training in Palliative Care Chaplaincy. Later, she earned her Doctorate of Ministry degree at Andrews Theological Seminary, Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Types of Grief or losses serviced by Exhale:
Loss of a loved one
Loss of a job/career
Loss of finances
Loss of physical ability
Loss of a pet
Exhale believes that improving your relationship is the best way to save it, and to keep it from needing to be saved in the first place. However, if things aren’t what they used to be, and it feels like your relationship might be on life support, Exhale counseling might just be what keeps it from flattening altogether.
Exhale goes beyond traditional forms of psychotherapy by tapping into the importance of religion or spirituality within a person’s life. We aim to integrate standard therapy techniques with religious/spiritual practices and wisdom.
Scheduling A Visit
Visits are from 30 to 60 minute increments
All visits must be prearranged and scheduled via the scheduler below.
Payments are due before the session begins.
30-minute Sliding-Scale payment visits are available. (Call to make these appointments.)
A 24-hour cancellation notice is required.
All cancellations after 24-hours will be assessed one-half of service fee or $35, which ever is less.
Payments can be made by using all major credit cards.
All personal information is maintained and secured by your credit card company.
Services offered by Exhale are not covered by health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid.