Counseling Staff Directory
Dr. Marshall Bruner is the clinical director of Center Point and provides a variety of counseling and related services to the greater Gainesville community. Dr. Bruner has a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with special emphasis on work with children, adolescents and families in areas including anger management, parenting, social skills and conflict resolution. He will also be providing psychological evaluations and has worked extensively with Georgia’s DFACS system.
In addition to his counseling skills and credentials, Dr. Bruner is an ordained United Methodist minister, having served in six churches in North Georgia. This combination of pastoral gifts and clinical skills gives him an exceptional ability to work with children and families to promote healing and wholeness.
Rebecca Muyres, LPC is a Trilingual Family Therapist at Center Point Counseling. She is a passionate, driven and outgoing Licensed Professional Counselor with 14 years experience working with children, adults, couples and families from diverse backgrounds.
Rebecca specializes in Play Therapy and working with children, as young as 3 years old. Her other specialties include adolescents and parenting concerns, young adult issues and transitions, body image, adult and childhood trauma, anxiety, depression and issues of faith and spirituality. She is fluent in Spanish and French and will be actively reaching out to the Latino and multicultural population of Gainesville and Hall County.
Cindy Homel, LMFT (#001453) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at Center Point Counseling. Cindy is compassionate, outgoing and determined to meet others at the difficult crossroads and challenges they face in their lives.
Cindy specializes in working with clients that suffer from depression, anxiety and trauma. Her other areas of specialty include couples, adolescent and parenting challenges, and working with children that suffer from ADHD. Cindy also works with adolescents and families in a variety of areas including anger management, social skills and conflict resolution.
Kathy Webb, L.C.S.W., C.P.C
Director, Wilheit Student Services
Working with youth presented itself as an interest when Kathy came to Center Point during her senior year at Oglethorpe University as an intern. Kathy entered the University of Georgia School of Social Work after graduating from Oglethorpe University. During that time, she completed two more internship placements at Center Point. Employment at Center Point soon followed, where she first served as the Prevention Coordinator and then as a therapist. She is now the Director of Wilheit Services.
Kathy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a member of the National Association of Social Workers, and a Certified Parent Coordinator.
Stephanie Johnston, L.C.S.W.
Stephanie Johnston, LMSW is a Family Therapist at Center Point Counseling. She is a compassionate and friendly Licensed Master of Social Work who recently graduated from the University of Georgia. She has a year experience in providing quality and effective counseling services to children and adolescents in the Gainesville/Hall County area and is currently working towards her clinical licensure.
Stephanie specializes in working with adolescents and trauma. Her other specialties include working with children and adolescents dealing with severe depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self-harm, Attention-Defecit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
She is a trauma-informed therapist with knowledge on trauma across the lifespan and childhood and adolescent trauma, as well as education and training in cultural/ethnic diversity. Stephanie has volunteered in a women’s domestic violence shelter teaching children music and answering the crisis line.
Stephanie is an integrative psychotherapist who utilizes different psychotherapeutic theories based on the assessment and needs of the client. She utilizes the best fit modality of treatment in order to achieve the most efficient outcomes. Her main modalities of treatment are Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Play/Art Therapy.