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Headshot 2Tina St.Clair, JD, LCSW, MCAP, SAP

Mrs. St.Clair holds a Juris Doctorate (JD) from Florida Coastal School of Law.  She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Master’s Level Certified Addictions Professional (MCAP), and a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) with over twenty year of experience in social services.  Mrs. St.Clair has worked in the private practice setting, clinical administration, program development, and management of child protection services.  She specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents, couples, and families.

Mrs. St.Clair is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator and works with couples to mediate divorce and custody issues in Northeast Florida. As a mental health professional, Mrs. St.Clair also assists the court in the completion of social investigations, formerly known as child custody evaluations, to recommend a parenting plan that is in the best interests of the child or children involved.



Gary St.Clair, Jr., MSW, RCSWI, NCRC-I 

Gary is a graduate of the BSW Program at the University of North Florida and the MSW program at Western New Mexico University.  He is currently working towards independent licensure and holds a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern license from the State of Florida.  In addition, Mr. St.Clair is a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach.

Gary specializes in providing individual and group substance abuse outpatient treatment. Gary works to help individuals identify their disease of addiction, develop a plan for recovery, and relapse prevention. In addition, Gary works with family members who are impacted by their loved one’s drug and/or alcohol addiction. Gary offers intervention services, care coordination for placement in detox or residential care, and sober escort services.  In addition, Gary provides a batterer’s intervention program and anger management classes for individuals court ordered to these services in Duval and Clay counties.



Moira Kelley, LMHC

Moira received a Bachelor’s degree from Pomona College in Claremont, California and a Master’s Degree is Counseling Psychology from the University of North Florida.

Ms. Kelley uses an eclectic approach to therapy that is informed by the latest research. She uses techniques from the cognitive behavioral model, motivational interviewing and the existential model. Ms. Kelley’s experience includes working with individuals on a variety of targeted issues. Clients and Ms. Kelley work collaboratively on navigating life transitions, working through difficult issues and managing symptoms.




Vanessa Birchell, LMHC

Vanessa is a licensed mental health counselor who fully enjoys serving her community. Vanessa works with couples, families, and individuals; from preteens to the elderly. Vanessa utilizes collaborative therapy approaches that encourage all to strive and become the best version of themselves.

Vanessa specializes in working with LGBTQAI+ persons, individuals infected/affected by HIV+/AIDS, dual diagnosis, and women’s issues: finding work/life balance, surviving domestic violence, and unpacking the effects of gender socialization in home, work, and social settings.





Colt McKee, LMHC

Colt received his Master’s degree in family psychology from Hardin-Simmons University in Texas. He engages others by helping them feel comfortable while also being solution focused. Colt prescribes to a cognitive behavioral approach which helps others see life’s problems and solutions in a better light. He works with individuals ages 6-100, families, adolescents, and parents who need guidance. Some specialty skills include problem solving, communication, coping skills, and relaxation exercises for anxiety. Colt believes in families working together as a system and finding a balance in everything.




Tim Albro, LCSW

Tim is a licensed clinical social worker who received his degree from Smith College School for Social Work.  Tim works with individuals, couples, and families.  He specializes in working with children and adolescents.  Tim believes relationships are essential to how we develop into ourselves and extend ourselves to have a positive impact in our work, families, and communities. He thinks that many people seek therapy to unlock the love, hope, and dignity we all have available to us. Tim practices from a relational and strength based perspective to provide support and concrete feedback to help individuals and families navigate issues related to stress, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, separation/divorce, communication, and trauma.


Barbara Ward

Barbara is our agency’s Office Manager. She has over 30 years of experience working in the medical industry. Her experience includes direct patient care, office administration, and insurance billing. Barbara is compassionate and dedicated to the mission and vision of Family Services and Resource Center, Inc.