Grief Services Team

Blair Stockton, MS, CCLS

BStockton@FourSeasonsCFL.org

Child & Adolescent Grief Coordinator

Blair Stockton, a certified child life specialist, joined the staff of Four Seasons in 2016. In addition to providing individual and group counseling, Blair works closely with the school systems in Four Seasons’ service area to provide in-school care. Before her tenure at Four Seasons, Blair worked with hospitalized children and adolescents who were impacted by life-threatening illness, trauma, and grief.

Blair earned a bachelor’s degree in child development from Appalachian State University, and a master’s degree in child and family studies from The University of Southern Mississippi.

When not working, Blair enjoys serving as a preschool music director, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

Amy Entwistle, MMT, MT-BC

AEntwistle@FourSeasonsCFL.org

Child & Adolescent Grief Counselor

Amy Entwistle, a board-certified music therapist, is passionate about helping children and adolescents who grieve. In October 2020, she joined the staff of Four Seasons Grief Services as Child and Adolescent Counselor in our West region.

Amy graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music performance with a minor in psychology from High Point University. She earned her Master of Music Therapy degree from Appalachian State University. Her previous experience includes work as a hospice music therapist and bereavement counselor. Amy uses a body-mind centered therapy approach and various creative art activities to meet the needs of children, adolescents, and their families who have been impacted by grief.

She likes to spend her free time in outdoor pursuits with her husband, stepson, and dog.

Jessica Godfrey, MDiv, CT

JGodfrey@FourSeasonsCFL.org

Grief Services Coordinator- South Region

Jessica Godfrey joined the staff of Four Seasons Grief Services Department in November 2020. She has worked as a hospice chaplain and grief counselor.

Jessica holds a bachelor’s degree in history, which she earned from Campbell University. She is a graduate of Gardner-Webb University Divinity School where she earned a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Studies. She is certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement through the Association for Death Education and Counseling.

In her spare time, Jessica loves to walk outdoors, listen to audiobooks, and spend time with her husband and two children.

Daniel Tipton, MDiv

DTipton@FourSeasonsCFL.org

Grief Services Coordinator- North Region

Daniel Tipton, a chaplain by training, came to Four Seasons in 2017. For more than 20 years, Daniel has provided emotional and spiritual support and counseling to children and teens, adults with addiction,  hospice patients and their families, and those experiencing traumatic grief.  

Daniel serves communities by providing individual and group grief support, education, and outreach to community partners including church and social groups, medical providers, and nursing homes.

Daniel earned a Master of Divinity from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and an undergraduate degree from Union University in Jackson, TN. He enjoys writing & blogging and spending time with his beloved dogs, Parker and Charlie.

Dan Yearick, MS, LCMHC-S

DYearick@FourSeasonsCFL.org

Grief Services Team Leader

Grief Services Team Leader, Dan Yearick, joined the staff of Four Seasons in 2019. For the thirty years prior, Dan maintained a private therapy practice in which he specialized in treating those who experienced traumatic grief.

A licensed clinical mental health counselor supervisor, Dan holds a bachelor’s in social work from Roberts Wesleyan College and a master’s in counselor education from The State University of New York at Brockport.

In addition to his work at Four Seasons, Dan serves as adjunct faculty at Western Carolina University. For fun, he plays the bass clarinet in the Haywood Community Band and WCU’s Mountain Winds.