Meet the Mooresville, NC clinical team!
My name is Veronica Moeller, I come to Eleanor as the Clinic Manager in Mooresville. I have worked in the Mental Health/ Substance Use Disorder field for 15 years. I have worked in a multitude of different settings with the most recent being the director of a crisis center. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my two children, being on the water, and enjoying the sunshine.
I’m excited to introduce you to the rest of our Eleanor Health Mooresville clinical care team!
We’re thrilled to have Phyllis Shanklin as our LCSW. Phyllis relocated to the Charlotte area over 15 years ago. She has a lengthy history of working within the criminal justice system; criminal courts, civil courts and family courts. She’s worked as an advocate for abused and neglected children, jail pre-trial services, as a domestic violence advocate, as well as working with the chronically homeless in the Charlotte area. In her spare time she enjoys reading, walking and volunteering with our vets.
We are also pleased to introduce Christina Stone as our Mooresville Registered Nurse. Tina has served in the field for the past 20 years, taking great pride in working in the Substance Use Disorder field. She is passionate about respecting, listening and educating members of any community about the effects of substance misuse, medications and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Tina has worked as a Registered Nurse, Nursing Supervisor and Nursing/Program Director from Emergency Departments, Withdrawal Managements to Residential Treatment Programs. She was one of the founding organizers of the Charlotte Adult ADHD Meet Up-Group and a past member of CHADD, Mecklenburg County #162, Adult Facilitator. Tina has a daughter, Tiffany, and 2 cats Zully and Kitty Annie. She is recently engaged and enjoys making jewelry and crafting.
Janell Burton is one of our superb Community Recovery Partners. She comes to Eleanor Health with 20+ years of expertise in substance use disorder, behavioral health, HIV education and prevention, homeless prevention and human trafficking. She is a faithful, humble, grateful woman who has been in recovery from substance use disorder for 25+ years. In her spare time she loves spending time with her beautiful grandchildren. She enjoys reading, meditation, poetry and live music.
Bree Thompson is our second Community Recovery Partner. She has worked in the Mental Health and SUD field since 2009. She’s worked with a variety of people of all ages in many different areas. She completed her undergraduate degree in psychology in 2009 from Lincoln University of Pennsylvania and is currently earning a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and will be a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) by August of 2020. When she is not working in and with the community building relationships and networking, she is spending time with her family. She is a mother of 7 year old twins (a boy and a girl) and a vibrant 19 month old baby boy. She is newly married and loves it.