Our Team

We want to welcome Edward Varner and Danielle O’Neil to our team this year!



Clinical and Counseling Health Service Provider Psychologist

Dr. Tom Biller has been providing psychological services to residents in or near Cleveland since 1976. He enjoys interacting with people and helping them solve problems.  Dr. Biller has training in Psychoanalytic Theory, Rogerian Person Centered Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Existential Therapy and Gestalt Therapy. Further, he has worked with a multitude of types of people and problems. He was chief psychologist at a maximum-security juvenile correctional facility for 21 years providing assessments, therapy and staff consultation to the A&D Program and he directed the Sex Offender Treatment Program there for 5 years. In addition, Dr. Biller directed psychological services for a pain management program at East Ridge Hospital for 20 years with Richard Donaldson, MD orthopedic surgeon.  He also directed a child abuse treatment and prevention agency for 36 years. He has specialty training in psychopharmacology, biofeedback and relaxation training. Dr. Biller does individual therapy with older children up to and including mature adults. He has training in PTSD care and assessment. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, he works with traditional and blended families. His forensic training allows him to provide parenting assessments, child custody evaluations, competency to stand trial assessments, disability assessments and various professional court related services.

Dr. Tom Biller’s Credentials:


Clinical and Counseling Health Service Provider Psychologist/Licensed Professional Counselor/Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist/Board Certified Master Diplomate-Fellow in Psychopharmacology of the Prescribing Psychologists’ Register/Fellow American College of Advanced Practice Psychologists/Diplomate-Fellow in Forensic Psychology by the International College of Professional Psychology and the Prescribing Psychologist’s Register

Benjamin J. Biller, M.S.

Benjamin J. Biller, M.S.

Senior Psychological Examiner

Benjamin Biller has practiced for over 17 years in Cleveland, Tennessee.  He provides a broad range of psychometric testing including but not limited to: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders, IQ testing, Learning disorders, Parenting assessments, Memory assessments, Personality profiles, Pain disorders, Aptitudes, Job placements, Fitness-For-Duty evaluations, Alcohol and Drug assessments, Psychosexual batteries, Projective testing, Reality orientation, and others in private practice setting.  He also provides psychotherapy counseling for a myriad of problems and diagnoses.

Benjamin has received numerous post-graduate training hours in a variety of specialties and has served on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Psychological Association.  Further, Benjamin is a Licensed Court Mediator in the state of Tennessee. He has hosted numerous training seminars on a variety of behavioral health topics and has taught to large groups of people on numerous occasions in a variety of professional settings.  Benjamin is specially trained through the state of Tennessee in Domestic Violence and ran one of the only state certified programs in the East Tennessee Region for many years. He is available for private services or contract.

Benjamin is a married father of two.  His family attends Stanfield Baptist Church.  He enjoys outdoor sports, playing musical instruments, and assorted motorsports.

Edward “Butch” Varner, D.Min., TLPC

Edward “Butch” Varner, D.Min., TLPC


Dr. Butch Varner is a retired Army Chaplain. He has been doing counseling for over 25 years. Dr. Varner’s training is in Psychoanalytic Theory, Rogerian Person Centered Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Existential Therapy and Gestalt Therapy. Further, he has worked with a multitude of types of people and problems.  Dr. Varner did several Clinical internships in Cleveland, TN with Dr. Biller as well as a Neuropsychological Internship with Dr. William VanHorn. 

 Dr. Varner teaches Psychology at Miller-Motte Technical College in Chattanooga, TN as well as Bethel University in their online College of Professional Studies.  He also guest lectures at the Asian School of Christian Ministries in Manila, Philippines. Dr. Varner also frequently does training with Pastors and Christian Leaders in Tokyo, Japan. Dr. Varner speaks Japanese as well as English. 

 Dr. Varner has a Bachelor’s Degree from Lee University, Cleveland, TN, a Master of Divinity from the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, Cleveland, TN, as well as a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Doctorate of Ministry in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN.  Doctor Varner is Married to Jenny Manning Varner and has two adult sons in College. 

Danielle O'Neil

Danielle O'Neil

Play Therapist

Danielle is a Child, Adolescent, Family Therapist, and Play Therapist specializing in Child-Centered Play Therapy.

Danielle earned her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with a certificate in Child and Adolescent Therapy. Her theoretical orientation is rooted in Family systems and systemic thinking. Whether working with a child, adolescent, parents or family her case conceptualization begins with examining the elements of family functioning, family relationships, and family identity.

Danielle’s clinical experience includes work in private practice in Marietta, facilitating DBT groups, and as a therapist at the Hope Counseling Center in Atlanta where she worked with individuals, children, couples, and families.

Before becoming a Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapist, Danielle studied Theology at Lee University. Out of her study of God, her natural love for people grew which inspired her to pursue counseling where she would have the opportunity to partner with families to help facilitate health and wholeness. She also worked closely with families as a volunteer at a pregnancy center and an in home child-care provider.

Individuals describe Danielle as warm, energetic, caring, and collaborative. From Danielle’s perspective, counseling at its core is an experience of freedom and restoration.