Meet our Staff
Director, Center for Personal Development
A native of Fayetteville, Heather Regan earned her Master’s Degree in Professional Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University. Mrs. Regan is a Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor and Life Coach. Heather specializes in helping students with a myriad of obstacles including (but not limited to) depression, anxiety, relationship issues, addiction and any other problem that is holding one back from the University experience and life they are meant to have. An avid meditator, she uses a holistic approach in her counseling that integrates the mind, body and spirit. Heather is trained in Hypnosis, Meditation, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and EFT (Tapping). Mrs. Regan worked in the Center for Personal Development as a Psychotherapist and Counselor for four years and most recently stepped into the role of Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Methodist University. She also has a global private therapy practice named Therapy With Soul, PLLC, as well as three wonderful children, a husband and a dog named Miracle.
To make an appointment, please call (910) 630-7150 or send an e-mail. Please write "appointment" in the subject line to be sure of immediate attention.
Elizabeth Warren is a native of Fayetteville, NC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Meredith College and a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. Prior to joining the counseling staff in 2015, Elizabeth interned at the Center for Personal Development for a full year. She collaborates with faculty and staff to lead group discussions in classrooms and residence halls. Her areas of interest in clinical practice include life changes/adjustment issues, interpersonal/relationship concerns, shame resiliency, general stress, self-esteem growth, anxiety, depression, trauma, body image concerns, and disordered eating behavior.