McVay Counseling Center

A Ministry of Germantown United Methodist Church

Our Mission

“In faithfulness to the call of Christ, Germantown United Methodist Church provides the McVay Counseling Center. We see the ministry of GUMC providing quality, affordable counseling from licensed professional counselors for members of the church as well as persons in the community. This ministry is undergirded by the belief that as persons experience pain and emotional turmoil in their lives, the church is an appropriate place to turn. The Center seeks to reach the entire community with a message of hope and healing, regardless of faith, religious preference or background.”

Our Services

• Individual Counseling

• Family Counseling

• Marital Therapy

• Hypnotherapy

• Trauma Recovery

• Grief Counseling

• Pain Management

• Divorce Recovery

• Depression/Anxiety Therapy

• Eating Disorder Therapy

• Perinatal Mental Health

Our Counselors

Catherine Null MS, LPC-MHSP
Counselor, McVay Counseling Center

• Licensed Professional Counselor

• Ms. Null offers counseling to individuals (12 and older) and families.
In addition to anxiety and depression, she specializes in the treatment of
eating disorders, attachment trauma and pregnancy/postpartum mental health.

Dewaine Rice, Director
Ed.D., LPC-MHSP, NBCCH (Fellow)
Counselor, McVay Counseling Center

• Retired Department Chair of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research at the University of Memphis.

• Dr. Rice offers personal counseling, mental health counseling, marriage and family counseling.
He also offers clinical hypnotherapy for pain management, anxiety, phobias and panic attacks.

The McVay Counseling Center offers quality, affordable counseling support to the broader community
with a message of hope and healing, regardless of faith, religious preference, or background.

McVay Counseling Center
2305 McVay Road, Germantown TN 38138

McVay Counseling Center is located at the intersection of 2nd Street and McVay in the heart of Old Germantown.
The Center is one block west of the main campus of Germantown United Methodist Church.