Meet Our Team




Ilse Sucely de León


Sucely is a second generation Guatemalan-American who understands the struggles of determining one’s identity. This has lead her to be curious about culture, and in her learning of them has grown to love them. She considers herself both a counselor and a counselee who understands the difficulty of the learning process and the joy of the results. In May of 2018, Sucely completed her Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary in Texas. Sucely had the privilege of working with adolescents and young adults via the school system and the church. Because of this and other personal experiences she has gained an understanding of how difficult it is to live through different phases of life. She specializes in issues of sexuality, general life transitions, anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. She works with all ages 18+. She also longs to help those who have had difficulty with their family system and their cultural background. Sucely loves walking with a person to a point of understanding and the process of healing and growth. Her goal is to help anyone who needs help navigating the waters of life. When it comes to counseling, Sucely approaches each person uniquely, getting to know their needs and working in a manner that best serves them specifically, with an emphasis on person centered and cognitive behavioral techniques. Her approach looks at key relationships throughout a person’s life and how those relationships impact the way they live today. Some of these patterns include decision-making, the way we treat ourselves, and the way we view others. Sucely’s hope is to provide a safe place where clients can come with their deepest wounds and process them completely.


Jason T. Menegio


Jason has been a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina since 2005. He obtained supervisory credentials to this license in 2008 which enables him to supervise associate-level clinicians in their pursuit of unrestricted licensure status.

Jason works with adult and elderly populations who are struggling with anxiety and depressive disorders, which is further complicated by co-occurring health conditions. These areas of treatment focus are of particular interest to him because not only has he struggled with these same concerns, but he has many family members who experience these issues as well. That helps him to have genuine empathy and relatability with those under his care. Jason’s worldview is from a biblical perspective, and he effectively integrates these models from that perspective. He further knows that change has to come from within but ultimately, “every good and perfect gift comes from above” (James 1:7).

In his free time, Jason enjoys studying music, writing inspirational, yet therapeutic, topical writings, and is an active member within his church. His life work is dedicated to helping people not just feel better, but inevitably, get better.



Lisa Wilson

Office Manager