Meet The Team
The LifeSource Group employs the premier counselors in the St. Augustine and North Florida area. Offering executive coaching, clinical counseling, as well as substance abuse therapy, family mediation, and group therapy, the staff will be happy to help you.
John “Jack” JonesManaging Partner, MBA, MA, LMHC
Liggett CatoCertified Emotion Code Practitioner
Regenia JohnsonLCCC, LCPC, CTC
Cooper MooreLicensed Mental Health Counselor
Diane ClarkCertified Grief Coach
Myra VaughnRegistered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Maria RowleyRegistered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Jacqueline DoughertyLicensed Mental Health Counselor
John “Jack” Jones
“Jack” is the Executive Director of The LifeSource Group. He has an MBA from Columbia University, a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Florida and is a doctoral student in Conflict Analysis & Resolution at Nova Southeastern University. Jack is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Clinical Hypnotherapist and a certified Family Law Mediator. A former CPA with over 20 years of international business experience, he now specializes in working with:
• Teenage and adult substance abuse
• Family and couple discord
• Parental alienation syndrome
Practicing what he calls “Cognitive Soul Therapy,” dramatic results are sought using both science and spirituality. He is also familiar with the courtroom through his experiences as a Family Law Mediator, Guardian Ad Litem volunteer, licensed foster care parent, and adoptive father.
Click here to set up a private appointment with Jack, or text 904.392.6201.
Beyond Talk Therapy
M Liggett Cato – SuperSleuth and Top Emotion Coach find’s the ‘root cause’ of the issue.
“Rather than masking the symptoms, identify the cause and set yourself free.”
What would you give to feel whole and free again?
Maybe you’ve been told that depression, anxiety, and chronic stress are chemical imbalances in your brain. Something in you is broken and you can only fix yourself with pills.
That idea is a terrible myth. What’s broken and outdated is our healthcare system.
These myths that are handed down by trusted authorities are keeping us sick and/or confused.
Is lingering trauma holding you back from a happy, beautiful and productive life?
According to holistics, psychiatrists, psychologists, and personal growth counselors, all you really need to change your life are 4 things – Knowledge, Tools, Support, and a Reset.
With the right knowledge and tools – combined with the right support – we can hit the reset button together and awaken the person you were meant to be naturally.
In an effort to amplify wellbeing, homeopathic support may be incorporated upon request.
“My clients come to me drained of energy, miserable, overwhelmed by anxiety, or sunken by depression, and those same clients walk away feeling fulfilled, alive again, personally empowered, happy, productive, and full of joy.”
Discover a powerful holistic approach that goes beyond talk therapy and/or medication. And do it all with the support of coaches and therapists that understand you.
This radical healing approach combines science and spirituality for mind-body-spirit.
“For God hath not given us the spirit of FEAR, but of LOVE, and of POWER, and of a SOUND MIND.” 2 Timothy 1:7
If this resonates with you, schedule a complimentary 30-minute video chat.
Experience a multi-faceted, “Results Focused” holistic approach with M Liggett Cato, CNHP, CECP.
Coach Liggett is passionate about Naturopathy, Energy Psychology, NeuroScience, the Power of the Mind, belief systems as in Nocebo and Placebo, the Healing of Memories. She continues to elevate her level of mastery and expertise in EMDR.
Regenia Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor, Licensed pastoral Counselor, Certified Temperament Counselor. Mrs. Johnson possess a solid educational foundation combined with several volunteer and career experienced in social work which includes over 25 years of working with youth and families in her community. Mrs. Johnson is the Co-Pastor of Palmo Church Of God in the city of St. Augustine, FL.
Mrs. Johnson is committed to providing quality services thriving to empowering others while working with diverse populations and problem solving.
To make an appointment with Regenia Johnson, please call 904-797-5680.
Cooper obtained his Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of North Florida and his undergraduate Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Flagler College. Cooper enjoys using a holistic approach to cover a wide range of issues clients want to improve upon such as; anxiety, depression, gender and sexual issues, traumas, and more. Through the embracing of talk therapy, reality-based approaches, and genuine support create a safe and open environment where progress and insight flourish.
To make an appointment with Cooper Moore, please call 904-797-5680.
Diane has embraced counseling over the past twenty-five years. She has experience working with therapeutic communities, family counseling and substance abuse.
Experiencing the loss of her spouse has brought her skills to a new level. Diane understands
that grief is very personal and different for each person, as everyone’s life experiences are not
the same. It is important to know that grief can manifest itself in many ways and each client is handled individually, personalizing every session. She uses the client’s individual circumstances to bring about self-awareness, reduce stress and increase emotional wellbeing. Client sessions can be conducted through office meetings, telephone or video conferencing.
Diane has a BA in Human Resource Management with a Certificate in Counseling from
St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, New York. Her experience with therapeutic communities, families and individuals includes being a consultant for Daytop Village and a counselor for Crossings Rehabilitation Center, organizations focused on substance abuse and family discord.
In 2019, Diane earned her Certification in Grief Coaching from the International Coaching Foundation. Studying the stages of the grieving process and working with others experiencing this dramatic change in life, has enhanced her ability to help others through a journey she herself has experienced. She describes it as “a frequently arduous and often-painful process of moving through grief to gratitude.” Her compassion and empathy have also been honed by being a very blessed and active mother of three and grandmother of seven. She would be most privileged to help you through your very personal journey.
To make an appointment with Diane Clark, please call 904-797-5680.
Myra Vaughn completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and then her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Myra is currently working as a Registered Mental Health Intern while completing her requirements for her State Licensure. She is a member of the American Counseling Association. Myra has experience across a variety of treatment settings to include: private practice, outpatient substance abuse, and community-based services. She is eclectic and uses a blend of Cognitive Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused, Reality-Based, and psycho-education to individuals aged eight and up. A holistic approach is utilized by exploring with and educating clients about how mind, spirit, and body are interconnected.
Personal Website: Myra Vaughn Counseling
Therapy Appointment Link: Appointments for Myra Vaughn, (psychselect.com)
Having journeyed myself and with people I love through conflict, grief, trauma, depression, addiction, anxiety and, importantly, healing, I am experienced in and passionate about helping others on their journey. I help individuals, couples, parents, and families:
● know they are valuable and worthy of love;
● understand what it is they want and need;
● establish boundaries that promote self-care and healthy relationships and enjoy the empowerment and freedom that results;
● pursue a balanced life with attention to spiritual, emotional, social, physical, and intellectual health.
Counseling is about you–your needs, desires, and goals. To help you meet them, I utilize an integrated approach, customized for you, drawing upon brain science, spirituality, and counseling modalities:
● solution focused–to meet your more immediate needs;
● family systems–to understand the impacts of your family of origin and how to heal from them;
● emotion focused–to uncover and understand the emotions subconsciously driving your choices and behaviors and find new ways of being and doing.
● Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, pursuing licensure.
● Member, American Counseling Association
● One Change Group Facilitator
● Stephen Minister Lay Counselor
● Master of Art in Counseling, Messiah University
● Master of Science in Health Fitness Management, American University
● Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University of North Carolina
My husband and I have been married 27 years and have two young adult sons and a yellow lab. I have engaged in, and benefited immensely from, individual, couple, and family counseling. My soul delights in being outside and knowing God’s love.
Please call 904-297-8597 for a free 15-minute phone consultation when you are ready to take a step toward a healthier you. I’d love to connect.
Jacqueline completed her graduate degree in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University with her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jacqueline’s experience includes private practice, and outpatient crisis counseling. She has years of experience and training in trauma informed approaches to treatment addressing the various aspects that impact wellbeing.
To schedule with Jacqueline please call 904-797-5680 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.