Our Team

Savannah Fyfe

LPC, CAC

Executive and Clinical Director

Savannah is a Licensed Professional Counselor who strives to bridge treatment gaps and treat the whole person, not just the substance abuse piece. Savannah received her Master’s of Science in Community Mental Health with a focus on Integrated Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for Adults.

Savannah strives to “allow clients the time and space to rebuild their lives and cope with the many ways addiction has affected their lives”. Savannah utilizes both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person Centered treatment interventions in her practice. “In my experience clients are more invested in treatment when you are able to use strategies which are easy for the individual to digest. More importantly, increased investment can be derived if the client feels they are leading treatment and have a say in their treatment course.”

Savannah completed her master’s graduate internship at Middleton County Jail, in Middleton, MA working with offenders who were incarcerated for non-violent offenses as a direct result of their substance misuse. Since graduating Savannah has experience at all levels of care from medical detoxification, medication assisted treatment, clinical community outreach, to dual diagnosis IOP and Outpatient counseling.

Dr. George Cowan

MD

Medical Director

Originally from the Washington, DC area, George is a graduate of The Catholic University of America where he studied Biology.

He entered the US Navy in 1986 and earned his wings as a Naval Aviator. He flew carrier-based reconnaissance jets (S-3A/B, ES-3A) throughout the Pacific and Indian Oceans and made several deployments aboard the USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64), USS NIMITZ (CVN 69) and USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62). In between deployments, he studied Systems Engineering at the Naval Postgraduate School, in Monterey, CA and was an Associate Fellow with the CNO’s Strategic Studies Group XVI at the Naval War College, in Newport, RI.

As the Navy modified their operating aircraft, he transitioned into the Medical Corps and graduated from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) in 2005. Upon completing residency training in Psychiatry, he was assigned to duty stations in the Carolinas and served with the United States Marine Corps.
Dr. Cowan deployed to Afghanistan with 1st Marine Division (Forward) in 2010 to operate a Combat Stress Clinic aboard Camp Leatherneck and formulate nascent postconcussion
protocols. Achieving the rank of Commander, he most recently served as the Division Psychiatrist for the 2d Marine Division aboard Camp Lejeune, NC until he retired in 2017, completing over 31 years of uniformed service.

He is an active pilot with a Mooney M201 and continues to practice Psychiatry in rural South Carolina, while finally living full time with his wife Kim.

Omega Graham

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Practitioner

Omega Graham is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. She started her career as a Medical Laboratory Technician. Omega went on to complete her Registered Nursing Degree and worked in medical surgical care in several hospitals and she also worked long term care facilities taking care of geriatric patients. She then went on to receive a Master of Science in Nursing specializing in Psychiatric mental health. Her training experiences included working in a Psychiatric Mental Health outpatient clinic a rural area and two metropolitan areas. She has a passion to provide quality patient centered care to all patients she encounters. In her free time, she likes to take walks, read, and spend time with family and friends.

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” – Maya Angelou

Natashia Funderburk

Master’s Degree in Counseling

Therapist

Natashia is a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor with over 12 years of experience. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Webster’s University. Having experienced the effects of drugs and alcohol in her family, she has a deep compassion for individuals and their families who are impacted by the pain and chaos of this disease. Her compassion for helping those she serves is rooted from experience and understanding. Natashia implements Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Person Centered treatment interventions in her practice. During the therapy process she assists clients in discovery of their strengths, building support systems, and developing a healthy lifestyle to set the foundation for life success. She also incorporates client’s spiritual beliefs into the treatment protocol in order to holistically address their needs. She facilitates group therapy at all levels of care to service clients and their families battling the disease of addiction. Natashia is very passionate about working with individuals to reach their fullest recovery potential.