ABOUT OUR OFFICE
For those of you using a GPS, our address is 307 High Street, Maryville, Tennessee, 37804.
We work to provide an atmosphere that is comfortable, soothing, and secure, without being formal or stuffy. :) Clients often tell us they "just like being here" in a place that is so peaceful and relaxing. It's the kind of place where you'll feel invited to kick your shoes off, and no one will think a thing of it!
DIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICE
If you're coming from Knoxville, take U.S. Highway 129 South past McGhee-Tyson Airport.
Where the road forks, take the LEFT fork to Maryville. At this point, you are now on HALL Road, which turns into WASHINGTON Street along the way.
BE SURE TO COUNT STOPLIGHTS. Follow Hall Road/Washington Street past the Kroger Store on your right, and across the Veteran's Memorial Bridge. At the 6th stoplight after the fork, turn RIGHT on HIGH STREET. (There is a BP Station on the left side of the street at this corner, and a Firehouse Subs on the right.)
Follow HIGH STREET approximately one and a half blocks to #307 on the RIGHT. This is a 3 story, white Victorian home with wrap-around porches, and gray and black striped awnings. Just before you reach the house, turn right into the driveway (follow the sign to "Lillian House Parking") parking behind the house, then walking around to the front.
Our door, #307, faces the street and is marked COVE MOUNTAIN COUNSELING. A second door to the right, marked "COVE MOUNTAIN, TOO", will take you to our upstairs offices.
WHEN YOU COME:
There is no receptionist, and all visits are by appointment only.
At your appointment time, just come on in to the waiting area for the floor on which your therapist's office is located. Have a seat and your therapist will be with you as soon as she's free.
Laurie, Jody, Catherine, Justine, Wimberly, Stephanie and Alison are on the top floor. Enter the door on the right as you come up on the front porch.
Wendy, Amy, Karen, Megan, Amanda and Shelby are at street level on the main floor. Enter the door on the left as you come up on the front porch.