Dr. Harriet Enzor, Ph.D., NCC, LPC
Dr. Harriet Enzor, Ph.D. is a graduate from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. She also received her Master’s of Education in Counseling from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Dr. Enzor has been a counselor since 1974. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor by the state of North Carolina and a certified member of the National Board of Certified Counselors. Dr. Enzor is a professor in Campbell University's School of Education and has served as the coordinator of the Counseling Education Program. She also has owned a private counseling practice. Dr. Enzor’s counseling practice involves children, adolescents, adults and athletes. She conducts personal, career, couples, marriage, group counseling and crisis counseling. Her theoretical background is based in the client-centered approach with an eclectic style of techniques such as solution-focused, cognitive- behavioral and reality. Dr. Enzor has served as President of SAFE of Harnett County and Vice President of Post Secondary for the NC Counseling Association. She is a member of ACA and APTA and serves on the Advisory Board for Harnett Family Life Center. Dr. Enzor is the chairperson for the wheelchair tennis committee for the North Carolina Tennis Association and is a member of the Southern Section of USTA. She has achieved national and international rankings as a wheelchair tennis player. She has coordinated numerous wheelchair tennis clinics in North Carolina for players and professionals and has been ranked #1 for singles and doubles nationally and #12 internationally. .
Renee E. Holmes, M.A., LPC, NCC
Renee Holmes received her M.A. in Community Counseling at Campbell University and received her B.A. in Communication-Public Relations/Journalism with minors in both Advertising and Youth Ministry at Flagler College. Renee is a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina, a National Certified Counselor and a member of the American Counseling Association. She worked as a director in Student Life at Campbell University for three years, where she provided academic support in disability services, residence life and student activities. Renee's work with students with disabilities continued at Meredith College for a year as a graduate intern and as a disability counselor, conducting intakes and assessments of student clients and assisting students with time management, goal development and attainment through individual counseling. Renee worked for two years at Clayton Counseling Services providing outpatient therapy to individuals and families while working with at risk youth in Raleigh providing case management and outpatient therapy. Renee’s professional experience includes working with children, adolescent and adult clients with varied concerns and has included personal, career, couple, marriage, group and crisis counseling. Her professional interests include anxiety, depression, grief, loss and life transitions/adjustments. Renee’s approach to counseling is an integration of person-centered and cognitive-behavioral, using an eclectic style of techniques such as solution focused, cognitive behavioral and reality therapy.