Karen A. Sullins
Having expert level experience in the area of trauma focused behavior therapy, counseling psychology, and the assessment of individuals.
FEMA certified, a Licensed American Red Cross Disaster Response Mental Health Volunteer for the South Alabama & Carribean Region and receiving advanced certification in the areas of Incident Command, Crisis Response, CISM, Compassion Fatigue, and Threat Assessment for vulnerabilities to violence from the CDP. Staying active in our communities and present within our school systems in order to assist in issues like bullying, violence prevention, and educating on the importance of healthy relationships and leadership. We are passionate about serving; that is our foundation. We place emphasis on issues such as Compassion fatigue among First Responders and other high stress careers. Providing care for the very ones who serve our communities is important; doing outreach to offer services to first responders (especially in high trauma areas of service work), social services, ministry personnel, veterans and victim advocates. HH2R aims to enhance resiliency, to engage with community leaders regarding growth, leadership, and holistic wellness; in an effort to infuse resilience. We value the support given by private, county, and state agencies.
With nearly a decade of working with child-adolescent to young adult victims of abuse, the level of training and certification in trauma informed therapies have proven to be the most effective . We are not limited to trauma services, but focus on lending a hand in every situation presented in order to assist our clients to a level of independence and resilience.
Brandon Collins-Attorney At Law
Brandon Collins is a life-long resident of Greenville, Alabama. He graduated from Fort Dale Academy in 2001. He attended Auburn University where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice in 2005. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he enrolled in law school whereby he attended Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama. He completed his Juris Doctor degree in December 2010 and has been practicing law in the State of Alabama since April 2011.
During his time as a practicing attorney, he has handled a myriad of cases with ranging legal issues. However, the most rewarding aspect of his job has been his decade of experience as a Guardian ad Litem. He has worked with many children and incompetent adults in Butler County, Alabama and surrounding areas giving a voice to those who may not otherwise be heard. He has been an advocate for children who have been victims of abuse and a visionary in our community as a participant in growth, enrichment, and a supporter of change for future generations to come in the central Alabama area.
Dr. Larry Katz , Ph.D.
Chairman of the Board
Dr. Larry Katz received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago in 1994. He was the Clinical Director of a counseling agency in Illinois until he joined the Army in 1996 and was stationed at Ft. Rucker, Alabama. There he met his wife Andrea, and they have two daughters (Riley age 15 and Reagan age 14) and three poodles. They live in Dothan and will soon celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Dr. Katz began working as a Psychologist for the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2009 at the Dothan VA Mental Health Clinic, where he conducts individual, group, marital, and family therapy for veterans and their families. He also teaches online graduate and undergraduate Psychology courses for several universities, and he provides clinical supervision for about 10 counseling agencies from Dothan to Birmingham. He has a strong research background, with over 100 professional publications and presentations to his credit, and he is currently publishing a book on how we create joy in our lives.