Meet Audrey Phillips

Coordinator of Women’s Services

Audrey has a bachelor’s degree from Charleston Southern University where she double majored in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She also has a master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling from Webster University. She is a LPC, TIC practitioner, Clinical Supervisor, National Certified Counselor and Masters Addiction Counselor in progress. Audrey has been employed at Shoreline for seven years. She started at SBHS as an intern at our residential Women’s Recovery Center. Her current role as Coordinator of Women’s Services she coordinates within our agency to provide an array of assistance to our clients and their families, while also working closely with DSS, DJJ and outside resources to support our mutual clients and their families succeed. Audrey supervises our Clinical Interns earning their master’s degree, with the majority accruing hours in efforts to seek Professional Licensure upon completion of their programs. She also supervises, in part, our Clinical Counseling team. Outside of supervising, she is the Chair of our Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Committee where she meets with colleagues in various departments of our agency to continuously assess, educate and implement the core values of TIC within our agency. Audrey is the Chair of the Women’s Advisory Board where she meets with a network of agencies assessing the needs of women in our area, while seeking new resources in the community in efforts to maximize the support we can provide to our clients. Audrey resides in the Little River area and has been married to her high school sweetheart for seven years. Together they have a three-year-old daughter. As a family they enjoy weekends at the dirt bike track and the beach. Something about Audrey most people would not know is she turned down an apprenticeship in criminal justice pursuing a career in Crime Scene investigations to become a counselor. A fun fact about Audrey is, she has 15 coffee cups, but she only drinks out of one of them. She can’t get rid of the others because she will feel bad about hurting their “feelings”.