Office Manager: Ansley Dunston
Ansley was born and raised in Savannah. She attended the University of Alabama for her undergraduate degree and obtained a B.S. in Education with a focus on Exercise and Sport Science. She then went on to get her Master of Health Services Administration degree from Armstrong State University. Ansley will likely be the first face you see when you check in for your appointments. She enjoys going to the beach, reading, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her cat, Taco.
Office Assistant: Jennifer Cramer
Jennifer currently lives in Savannah, Georgia, but spent most of her life in Tennessee. She obtained her Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies in Knoxville, Tennessee, and began working as a legal assistant and paralegal. For over six years, she worked with several different types of law, including family law, before joining Joye Psychology & Wellness. She currently assists with appointment management and other administrative/office duties. When she is not at work, she enjoys cooking (she brings delicious treats to the office regularly), playing video games, spending time with her family and friends, and playing fetch with her cat, Thor.
Clinical Coordinator: Danielle Oehring
Danielle is a PsyD student at Georgia Southern University where she will be earning a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. Danielle is our direct line to handling all insurance processes and planning events for patients and parents. She currently lives in Statesboro, GA, where she enjoys studying, reading, and spending time with friends and her dog, Bear.
Practicum Student: Abby Lucas
Abby is a third-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Georgia Southern University. She received her B.S. in psychology at GSU and her MS in clinical psychology at Augusta University. She has clinical experience working in community mental health, inpatient, and private practice settings. In these settings, Abby has worked with a variety of presenting concerns including severe and persistent mental illness, anxiety and mood disorders, and life transitions. She has gained experience with diverse populations in terms of age, race, ethnicity, and gender/sexual orientation. Abby believes intervention works best when the therapist and client work together toward a common goal. She is working at our clinic to hone her child assessment skills and has already proven to be a natural in this area. In her free time, Abby enjoys spending time with family and friends and is always looking for the next opportunity to go on an outdoor adventure.