Human Services Consulting Group, Inc.
Traci received her first B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1987. She then attended Auburn University where she earned a Masters in Education in 1991. She began her professional career at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as the Coordinator of Student Support Services. While there she earned a second B.A. degree in Humanities with a specialty in Womenâ€™s Studies in 1994.
She then moved to Louisiana State University to run the Office of Disability Services. She also took over the LSU Womenâ€™s Center while employed at LSU. Traci completed 18 hours of post-graduate work before leaving LSU to join the non-profit world. In 2000 Traci became the Program Director/Grant Writer for the YWCA of the Midlands in Columbia, SC. During her two years there she raised over $200,000 for new and existing programs that empower women and children. She then became the Fund Development Director for Girl Scouts of Carolina Low Country. While there she lead Girl Scouts to the highest Girl Scout Cookie Sale in the history of the local Council. Traci joined Human Services Consulting Group in 2004 to put her experience and training skills to work. In 2005 she purchased HSCG to become the new owner and sole proprietor.
Rene Shular Wilson
Â· Ms. Wilson is a Licensed Social Worker by the state of South Carolina. She holds a Masterâ€™s degree in Social Work from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. Her B.A. from is from Columbia College.
Ms. Wilson has over 20 years in the field of Social Work. She has practiced in the state of South Carolina, Missouri and internationally in England.
Caroline is a South Carolina licensed Master's Level Social Worker, Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist. She holds a Masters degree in Education, Clinical Counseling from the The Citadel and a BS from Presbyterian College in Counseling and Psychology. Caroline currently works at Agape Pastoral Counseling Center, Inc., a Non-profit faith-based counseling service as a Contracted Therapist. and provides course instruction for Human Services Consulting Group. Her work experience includes being a middle school teacher, private practice providing family and individual therapy. She served as a Home Health Psychiatric Social Worker, doing in home counseling, monitoring, case management. She has provided Family and Individual Counseling for Mary Black Rehabilitation Hospital as a Medical Social Worker and served as the Director of Cottage Program for Emotionally Disturbed Children for York Place Childrenâ€™s Home in York SC. Caroline is a member of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapist.
Dr. Bill Roberts
Dr. Roberts received his Ph.D from Iowa State University in Counselor Education. He also holds a Psy.D in Counseling and Clinical Psychology from the University of Southern California for Professional Studies, a M.S. in Counselor Education from Texas A&M and a B.A. in Psychology from Southwestern University.
Dr. Roberts specializes in Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. He has over 10 years administrative and supervisory experience in community mental health centers in North Carolina, Maine and Iowa as a licensed psychologist. He teaches currently at Webster University, Limestone College and Springfield College.
Alan R. Roberts
Mr. Roberts enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1968, as a Private. In 1998, he retired as a Sergeant Major. During his Marine Corps career, Sgt. Maj. Roberts held a variety of leadership positions. He was a Platoon Sergeant in Vietnam with 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division. He served two tours as a Drill Instructor, one as the Leadership Instructor at Drill Instructor School where he developed the curriculum and wrote the program of instruction, as a Gunnery Sergeant. As a First Sergeant in the US Marine Corps, he held a variety of leadership billets with units in the combat arms, the combat service support, and the command elements of Marine Corps Task Forces. After becoming a Sgt. Maj. he developed the prospectus for the Corporalâ€™s Leadership School for Marine Security Forces and the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Forces. Sgt. Maj. Roberts has seen combat action in Vietnam; Beirut, Lebanon, Panama, and Africa.
Upon retirement from the United States Marine Corps, Mr. Roberts has served as the Veteransâ€™ Affairs Officer for Berkley County, South Carolina. He is presently the Co-Chairperson for the South Carolina Veteransâ€™ Trust Fund and holds leadership positions in the Rotary of Goose Creek, SC, and the Kiwanis Club of Moncks Corner, SC.
While in the US Marine Corps, Mr. Roberts graduated for the Department of Defense Equal Employment Opportunity Management Course and later graduated from American Military University with a degree in Human Services and Counseling. He has since graduated from Limestone College. He is a member of the South Carolina Association of County Veteransâ€™ officers and served as their training officer for three years. Mr. Roberts holds a Masters degree from American Business University in Human Resources, Management and Organization.
Dr. Chris Dean
Dr. Dean earned his degree in Bible from Columbia International University of Columbia, SC. He earned a Master of Divinity degree at New Orleans Theological in 1997. In 2005, he completed his Doctorate in Ministry from Erskine Theological Seminary. Dr. Dean pastored two churches in Aiken and Charleston and then served as Minister of Discipleship and Administration at a church in Charleston. Currently, he is pursuing new challenges as a church planter. He is married to Cindy, a Special Education teacher, and has two children. Dr. Deane is active in Toastmasters and holds a second degree in black belt in karate.
Dr. Catherine Burton
Catherine E. Burton, Ph.D., is a native of Charleston, SC. She has been a criminal justice educator for more than ten years, and has held faculty positions at Southern University and Georgia Southern University. She is currently on the faculty of criminal justice program at The Citadel. She holds a Bachelors degree in political science, a Masters degree in criminal justice, as well as a certificate of graduate work in alcohol and drug studies from the University of South Carolina. She completed her doctoral work in sociology with a specialization in criminology at Louisiana State University. Some of her research interests include victimization and substance abuse.