MEET OUR STAFF
Precious Morris-Browning, LPCMH
Precious is a graduate of the University of Delaware where she received her BA in sociology. She also received a MS degree in mental health counseling from Springfield college in 2015.
Precious spent four years working and advocating for youth with Delaware’s Division of Family Services. There she investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect and worked diligently to help families remain together while maintaining safety for Delaware’s youth.
More recently, she has worked as a clinical therapist, working with various populations. Precious has worked with adolescents, adults, the substance abuse population, and those with serious mental health issues such as schizophrenia, PTSD, and depression.
Jarrell Avant, LAC
Jarrell is a graduate of the University of Delaware where he received his BA in movement science in
2012. He also received a MS degree in mental health counseling from Springfield college in 2020.
Jarrell has been working in the home setting with kids for four years doing mobile therapy. During my
time I enjoy helping families become more cohesive and structured for a healthy home environment.
Jarrell has two years of school counseling work with grades 3rd-8th
More recently, he has worked as a therapist, working with various populations. Jarrell has worked with
adolescents, adults, couples, LGBTQIAS+ and those with serious mental health issues like PTSD and
Kristie Watunya, MA
Hi, I'm Kristie Watunya. I'm a passionate clinician with a background in mental health counseling, mindfulness training, substance use counseling, and family counseling. Currently, I work at Aya’s Counseling Services. I am a mobile therapist and a clinician. I specialize in adolescent development and counseling, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, grief counseling, family counseling, and substance use counseling. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults. I have a client-centered approach and offer compassion and support to my clients. Outside of work, I love to do yoga, meditation, and go to the beach. I believe in the power of counseling to drive positive change and am committed to lifelong learning.
She holds a Master's Degree in Social Work with licensure in progress. With a robust background in Human Services & Social Work, she has dedicated over 12 years of her career to serving the developmentally disabled and autistic population. Additionally, Kyasiapossesses over 9 years of expertise in supporting victims of Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse.
Her extensive background in the Mental Health field has granted her the privilege of working with diverse individuals from various walks of life. Kyasia specializes in being trauma-informed, empowering women and children, and offering guidance in shadow work & inner child healing. Beyond her role as a Mobile Therapist, she serves as a Full Spectrum Doula, providing support to moms and newborns. As an advocate for underserved communities in her area, Kyasiais deeply passionate about assisting others.
Kyasia is eager to bring her knowledge and skills to the therapeutic journey, fostering a supportive and empowering environment for the well-being of her clients.
I have over 30 years experience working with children of all ages, experiences includes, Neighborhood House Childcare for 18 years, The University of Delaware Early Learning Center for 11 years and currently employed by Colonial Early Educational Program for Colonial School District. My educational pathway started with an Associate Degree in Early Childhood. Bachelor Degree in Human Services and a Master Degree in Mental Health and Wellness. I am dedicated to supporting a person’s mental well-being, to enable them to cope with the stresses of life, helping them to realize they have the ability to do things, work with others and contribute to their community. Maintaining a positive mental health condition is critical to stabilizing constructive behaviors, emotions and thoughts. I like to focus on an individual’s mental health care to help increase productivity, enhance self-image, and improve relationships.