These are some of the professionals who have offered classes for CHH:
Dr. Tammy Finch
Dr. Tammy Finch earned her PhD in School Psychology from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. As a licensed psychologist, she focuses her career on helping children and parents lead fuller, more connected lives. Having a daughter in college and a son in high school, Tammy understands the need for family support during adolescence. She has created SKILLSENSE, www.skillsense.org, a business dedicated to teaching practical and common sense life skills to tweens, teens and their parents. Previously, Tammy served as the Director of Counseling at Saint Mary’s School. She has also provided in-service training, workshop presentations and classes for a number of private and public middle and high schools and other organizations, including the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools, The Association of Boarding Schools, North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Eating Disorder Program and National Charity League. In addition, Tammy has worked as a psychologist in the adolescent inpatient and child outpatient units at Dorothea Dix Hospital, as a juvenile court psychologist, as a clinical consultant for homeless and at-risk young adults at Haven House, and as a teacher of autistic adolescents. Reach Tammy at
Edla Prevette M.Ed.
With a B.S. degree in Early Childhood and Middle School Education from Western Carolina University and a Masters of Education in Counselor Education from East Carolina University, Edla Prevette spent the past 27 years teaching and counseling children of all ages and training and consulting with parents, teachers and community volunteers regarding children’s issues. In addition to working with Project Enlightenment, an early childhood prevention and intervention program in Wake County, she is a consultant with Flip Educational Consulting in Raleigh, www.flipconsultants.com, an organization that helps children and adults reframe, rethink then refresh their views, opinions and actions. Edla enjoys taking research-based philosophies and sharing the information in a pragmatic way with children and adults. She believes this enables them to “flip” their thinking and actions for a positive change. Reach Edla at
Elizabeth Worley M.Ed.
Elizabeth earned a B.A. in History and a teaching certificate from Meredith College. After teaching middle and high school social studies, Elizabeth obtained her Masters of Education in Counselor Education from North Carolina State University. In addition to teaching, Elizabeth has worked as a school counselor with children kindergarten through twelfth grade. She has 23 years of experience training, coaching, teaching and volunteering in the community. In addition to working with Project Enlightenment, an early childhood prevention and intervention program in Wake County, she is a consultant with Flip Educational Consulting in Raleigh, www.flipconsultants.com, an organization that helps children and adults reframe, rethink then refresh their views, opinions and actions. Elizabeth enjoys the challenge of using current best-practice techniques to support children and families in ways that are relevant to them. Reach Elizabeth at elizabeth@ flipconsultants.com or 389-3950.
Elizabeth (Lisa) Wickham, RN
Lisa is an RN with over 20 years of combined experience at Georgetown University Hospital, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, UNC Hospital, Carolina Allergy and Asthma and other health care organizations. She is now in private practice teaching mindfulness and wellness. Her skills and expertise include how to recognize stressors placed upon us as well as the ones we self impose, how to practice self-care and the benefits of cultivating awareness and compassion. Lisa’s interest in teaching mindfulness originated from helping families cope with their children’s illnesses and hospitalizations. Reach Lisa at
Keith has 10 years combined experience in the financial services field, and is passionate about working with clients to help them meet their financial needs and plan for the future. He will look at your entire financial picture, including cash reserves and debt management, investments, protection and taxes. He will also ask the right questions and listen closely to your answers. That way, you can feel confident that the advice he provides reflects your personal dreams and goals. As an advisor living and working in your community, he is available to work with you in a way that meets your needs. Keith gains tremendous satisfaction in knowing that people in my community are more confident about their financial futures. Reach Keith at
or 749-4803 (mobile).
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