Meet Concrete Roses Life Center
Team of Therapist and Counselors
Concrete Roses Life Center team of clinicians is profoundly trained, professional, helpful, and compassionate.
Our personalized and unified approach encourages people to commit to defeating obstacles that are hindering the desired quality of their lives, transforming destructive behaviors, and achieving the insight and coping skills for underlying emotional, subjective issues.
“When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love.”
Delores Burrill, LCSW, LISW-CP
Delores Burrill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in North Carolina. She received her B.S. Degree in Employee Assistance Counseling in 1993 from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio and later received her Masters of Social Work (MSW) Degree from Catholic University in Washington, D.C. in 1997.
She has been licensed as a clinical social worker and therapist for more than 15 years and has held licensure in the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.), Maryland, Ohio and North Carolina.
Ms. Burrill has experience with the following: Grief/Loss; Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Reality-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Play Therapy. She accepts all individuals ‘where they are’ and assists them in their journey towards healing.
Ms. Burstein is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a certified trauma specialist. She works with individuals who are struggling with a wide variety of issues that include but are not limited to depression, anxiety, PTSD, in addition to other interpersonal stressors. She works with these individuals to help them find relief and better ways of managing these symptoms to ensure one can maintain a healthy quality of life.
She believes that human beings are resilient by nature and can find relief from emotional distress. She helps those find the balance between releasing emotional pain while at the same time utilizing healthy coping skills. Every person at some point in their life has experienced a negative emotion.
When these emotions stay elevated over some time, it can interfere with every facet of life. Ms. Burstein is here to help individuals walk through their feelings, healthily release them, and help them continue progressing towards their individualized goals.
Jessica Burstein, LCSW
Mrs.Wiggins is a mental health professional with ten years of experience, specializing in working with all ages during stressful times. She assists with bringing oneself back to independence and improving self-worth through movement therapy; solution-focused CBT, reality-based treatment, and structure. When you feel out of control or disappointed, she is here to assist you with finding peace of mind.
She can provide problem-solving, coping, and organizational skills to assist with. She is an empathetic and loving individual who easily understands what you might be going through.
Mrs. Wiggins helps with ADHD, stress management, and anxiety to assist with providing appropriate coping skills... I truly believe everything happens for a reason and together we can "Dance in the Rain." We can create a working alliance to improve your relationship with yourself and others. We can do it together. You are not alone.
Anne Wiggins, LCSW
Ms.Young completed her first degree in 2006 at North Carolina A&T State University where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Social Work.
Ms. Young later continued her education in 2007 with accumulating a Masters of Social Work Degree from the University of South Carolina. After completing her training, Ms. Young obtained a six-month position in England, the United Kingdom working with teenagers aging out of the foster care system.
Ms. Young was able to assist many teenagers without families to locate and maintain stable housing and support them with continuing their education.
Ms. Young later returned to the United States where she obtained her LCSW to provide individual and family counseling.
Shkeitha Young, LCSW,
Thomas Peterson, LPCA, NCC, CCMHC, BC-TMH
As a person-centered counselor, I am non-judgmental in my approach, and I acknowledge the client’s experience in a respectful and empathetic manner to foster self-discovery. I have a preference for utilizing many of the counseling techniques within cognitive behavioral therapy because I believe that although individuals will undoubtedly experience hardship and difficulty within their lives, I feel that problems with emotions and behaviors are many times a result of how one thinks and feels about a situation.
I take great pride in consistently maintaining an understanding of the critical roles that a client’s culture, identity, ethnicity, race, gender, and other aspects of diversity play in the counseling process. In practice, I have counseled adults and children with mental health issues including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, substance use, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, physical and sexual abuse, eating disorders, personality disorders, as well as disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders. Because I believe that counseling is not a “one-size-fits-all” process, I will always maintain awareness of the uniqueness of a client’s situation and adapt my method to suit his or her needs.
Lekeisha Ly, LCSW, LISW-CP, LCAS-A
Highly talented and accomplished professional Psychotherapist with over two decades of experience in the health/behavioral health.
Skills include active listening skills with an analytical approach. A willingness to take direction and learn new skills. Empathy and advocacy for individuals underrepresented. Solid understanding of mental health, substance abuse and the correlation associated with abnormal behavior.
Comprehension of therapeutic approaches and theories such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavior therapy, solution-focused therapy, and more. An understanding of group dynamics and systems management. Analytical, problem solving, reasoning and research skills. Team building, leadership, and peer mentorship.