Who We Are
Founder & CEO
A Licensed Therapist Here to Guide You.
Estrella Rogers is the Owner and Director of Without Limits Counseling Services PLLC, Private Practice located in Jacksonville North Carolina.
She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, Certified Christian Counselor, Distance Counselor, Level Three Gottman Trained, Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work and Certified Prepare and Enrich marital facilitator.
She truly cares for all of her clients and works diligently to help find them the answers they seek. Since 2000, Estrella has has worked with a variety of individuals dealing with circumstances that are unique to their lives.
Tomeka Benton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate. She received her Bachelor of Social Work Degree from University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2006. In 2012, Tomeka received her Master of Social Worker Degree from University of New England. She has the heart for serving all populations with mental health needs.
Tomeka has experience working with At-Risk Children, Adults, Military Connected Families,Domestic Violence Victims, individuals with severe Mental Illness such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for Children and Adults. Tomeka is a trained facilitator for Prepare- Enrichworkshop for Married Couples.
Tomeka obtained her Doctorate Degree in Theology and currently serving individuals by the way of Christian Counseling. Tomeka is excited to be apart of Without Limits Counseling Servicesand is looking forward to working with all populations to meet their mental health needs.
LaKeesa S. Butler, LCWA has worked and volunteered in the social services sector for 13 years in areas of case management, substance abuse prevention, sexual assault advocate and is currently a provisionally Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the Department of Defense and Without Limits Counseling Services, PLLC.
She is a native of Macon, GA but currently resides in Jacksonville, NC. Lakeesa has experience working with a variety of clients affected by poverty, intimate partner violence, and mental illness. Individual and group counseling are areas of familiarity, and she also is a certified Prepare & Enrich facilitator.
Change is not easy and can sometimes be very uncomfortable. If you are open to the process of shifting your thoughts and processes to an alternative of your current reality, we can take this journey together!
I, Michael Friend served as active duty in the United States Marine Crops as a Staff Non-Commission Officer for many years. My specific focus is on the everyday lives of individuals who struggled with substance abuse, PTSD, and trauma. I began counseling as a Staff Sargent in the United States Marine Corps and have continue treating substance abuse, PTSD, depression, and anxiety for over the past 30 years with a specific focus on substance abuse prevention and intervention. During that time, I have earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration and a master’s degree in Social Work and Divinity. I am also a Board-Certified Community Chaplain and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) #799 as well as, a Prime for Life facilitator (A Substance Abuse Prevention Program).
My everyday focus is to treating trauma victims through art therapy, emphasis on post traumatic growth and developing transformative strategies for those suffering from addictions as well asproviding prevention training programs such as Prime for Life and Traditional Faith Counseling as spiritual first aid.
During my time as a substance abuse counselor, I have come across many issues of dual diagnosis such as alcoholism and PTSD, and other health threatening issues. Therefore, my counseling approach in very diversified in utilizing best practices for specific diagnosis. Some of these best practices has been cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, and Christian counseling.