Todd Weatherly, Founder and Principal Consultant of Southeast Therapeutic Consultants, is a pioneer and leader with over 25 years of experience in the field of health and human services. He is passionate about building programs, creating community, and helping families; a career driven by his deep commitment to serving others. As a former treatment program Executive Director and CEO, he is a widely sought advisor throughout the treatment community. He has focused as a mental health and substance use treatment and program consultant for over a decade and is a Qualified Mental Health & Substance Abuse Professional (QMHP/QSAP). Todd lives in the Asheville area of beautiful Western NC with his wife, two teenagers, two dogs, two cats, and a small fleet of mountain bikes. Click here for his LinkedIn profile.
Jackie McHargue served as the Dean of Students for the University of North Carolina Asheville for fifteen years and was a member of the leadership team for the Division of Student Affairs. Jackie was a part of the North Carolina University System for over 25 years and has extensive experience in academic advising, behavioral intervention, threat assessment, addiction, recovery, interpersonal/family dynamics, and its intersection with the college experience. An adept crisis manager and academic interventionist with decades of experience with collegiate student conduct policies and student transition programs. Jackie is a proud member of the Southeast Therapeutic Consultants team. Click here for her LinkedIn profile.
We provide crisis intervention and treatment placement through a broad network of connections across the mental health and substance use recovery community. We help individuals suffering from conditions such as Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder, Personality Disorder, Major Depression & Anxiety, Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (NVLD), and other serious behavioral and emotional health conditions. We have strong collaborative alliances and our expertise goes toward helping families faced with the daunting complications involved in seeking appropriate care and getting sustainable positive results from treatment.
If your child is going to college with challenges that are concerning for you as a family or returning to college after a withdrawal or time away for professional therapeutic care. We work with colleges and programs all over the country while also located in an area known as a therapeutic hub with exceptional treatment and collegiate recovery resources. We can help you make a plan and serve as an advisor and coach for students stepping into collegiate life with therapeutic and/or academic support needs. Our goal is to help your student get back to school, back to work, and back to life.