My name is Paul C. Brunson and I am the co-founder of Endmost Therapy. We are a team of highly experienced experts, psychotherapists, clinical and counseling psychologists in the United States and United Kingdom. Our exceptional team provides premium therapy, counseling, and coaching services for a variety of issues, from everyday concerns to complex psychological conditions.
Dr. Angela Smith is a Forensic and Relationship Psychologist and has spent the past 22 years assessing narcissists and working with the victims of narcissistic abuse. As a relationship Psychologist, most of Angela’s work centers around helping individuals from the courtroom, within families, to the boardroom, understand narcissism, manage the behaviors, and recover. Dr. Smith is a recognised lecturer on Corporate Psychopaths and Resilience at work, and consults with some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the UK, from the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Royal Navy, to Chelsea Football Club, Toyota, and SONY. Additionally, Dr. Smith was one of the therapists behind the matches of Married at First Sight UK Series 5.
Dr. Wendy Walsh
Known as America's Relationship Expert, Dr. Wendy Walsh has been studying the science of relationships for more than two decades. She holds a Ph.D, in Clinical Psychology and specializes in Attachment Theory, and is a Professor of Psychology at California State University Channel Islands. As someone who has recovered from an anxious attachment style herself, she is particularly skilled at helping people identify their romantic attachment style, find mates who won't trigger their anxiety, and at teaching couples how to communicate and respect each other. Her beliefs about love are simple: Attachment injuries can be healed. Secure love is achievable. Healthy relationships are far more about skill than luck.
Dr. Janie Lacy
Dr. Janie Lacy, LMHC, NCC, CSAT-S is a Licensed Relationship Trauma Psychotherapist who has over fifteen years of experience working with those who have unsuccessfully tried to break free from their toxic relationship patterns. By addressing the root issue of their suffering, Janie creates breakthrough experiences from the inside out, allowing her clients to finally find peace within themselves they have so desperately longed for in life.
She is a nationally recognized expert in the field of relationship trauma. Janie has been featured on Good Morning America, CNN|HLN, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC to name a few.
She is also a faculty member with the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals and an entrepreneur who took her counseling business from a solo practice to a group specialty practice.
Janie is the host of her syndicated VoiceAmerica Show called “Let’s Talk About It with Janie Lacy” which can be found on iHeart, iTunes, Alexa, Spotify, and Spreaker.
Her accolades and awards include: Orlando Business Journal's 2021 "Women Who Mean Business", Onyx Magazine’s 2020 “Woman on the Move,” Orlando Magazine's 2019 “Women of the Year” and African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida 2018 “Enterprise Business of the Year.”
Janie helps women overcome toxic relationships. She’s the creator of Woman Redeemed, an intensive experiential group experience that uses proven therapy strategies to start women on their healing journey. After experiencing the devastating trauma of her eldest sister leaving a domestic violent relationship resulting in her murder. Janie uses her experience and expertise to help others break patterns of toxic love.
Dr. Gary Salyer
Dr. Gary Salyer is a transformational relationship mentor who helps both singles and couples re-write the rules for love in their brains. He is the author of the book, Safe to Love Again: How to Release the Pain of Past Relationships and Create the Love You Deserve. In this groundbreaking book on attachment theory, Dr. Salyer answers the question “how does a securely attached brain create lasting love?” Safe to Love Again goes beyond traditional attachment books by offering sensible ways to reclaim the secure love style that everyone deserves.
By blending his new theory of attachment with a very deep form of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Bert Hellinger’s Family Systems work and neuroscience, Dr. Salyer helps couples change their painful patterns and begin to truly feel loved. He integrates many kinds of couples training into his new model of attachment therapy, including Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Relational Life Therapy (Terry Real), Collaborative Couple Therapy (Dan Wile), Richard Schwartz (Internal Family Systems), Polyvagal Theory and others like Dan Siegel.
Dr. Salyer speaks to a national audience as a featured expert on various podcasts as well as cable TV and radio shows such as Hay House Radio and Coast to Coast AM. He is the creator of the Safe to Love Again Workshop and the Extraordinary Couples Retreat.
Dr. Esther Boykin
Dr. Esther Boykin is a psychotherapist who wants to live in a world where everyone believes that Therapy Is Not A Dirty Word. As the CEO of Group Therapy Associates, a private practice in the DC metro area, she works every day to make mental health accessible, innovative, and culturally relevant for all people. Alongside her team of clinicians, she provides psychotherapy services for a diverse group of clients and issues.
In 2017 Esther launched Therapy Is Not A Dirty Word, a brand new division of GTA designed to bring mental health conversation outside the traditional office setting and into the community through media, webinars, social events, and retreats.
In addition to her role as a licensed marriage & family therapist and CEO, Esther served as an adjunct professor at Virginia Tech, runs a consulting program for therapists of color called The Business of Therapy, is an author of two books, and sought-after relationship and mental health expert. In 2021, she gave the commencement speech to the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Counseling and Education, from which she received an Honorary Doctorate.
She was recently named a top 21 relationship expert to follow by Cosmopolitan magazine and has appeared on the NBC Today show, Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac, HuffPost, Good Morning Washington, the Wall Street Journal, Coveteur, and a myriad of other media outlets.
Dr. George James
Dr. George James is the Chief Innovation Officer, Senior Staff Therapist and AAMFT Approved supervisor at Council For Relationships. In addition, he is an Assistant Professor for the Couple and Family Therapy Program at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. James is president and CEO of George Talks, LLC, a communication and consulting company. He has spoken and consulted with multiple businesses, media production companies, organizations, universities and places of faith. Dr. James has been a recurring expert guest on radio, television, and online programs including The TODAY Show (12+ appearances), CNBC, Nickelodeon, Home & Family (Hallmark), Good Day LA, Good Day Philadelphia, iHeartradio, Radio One, and many others. He works extensively with professional athletes, entertainers, adult men and women, executives, couples and young adult men on various issues, including adulting, career, anxiety, work-life balance, love life, leadership, parenting, depression and communication. Dr. James also specializes in helping couples improve the quality of their relationships, reconcile conflicts, and overcome intense situations such as affairs, lack of communication, parenting struggles, and much more. Dr. James attended Villanova University as a Presidential Scholar where he met his wife Candace. They are parents to their creative daughter, Nalani and cheerful son, Alexander.