Brenton Queen, LMFT, LCAS, CEC


Brenton Queen, founder of Life Recreated, has a passion for both relationship rehabilitation and relationship enhancement. Over his 17-year career as a Marriage and Family Therapist, he has worked with individuals, families, and groups in their homes, schools, hospitals, churches, jails, and places of business. With a special interest in relieving suffering, Brenton completed the requirements for licensure as an Addiction Specialist and has combined his skills as a relationship expert with the science of addiction treatment to help families reconnect and support recovery of those suffering with and from addiction. Applying his knowledge of how relationships impact groups and systems, Brenton has expanded his service offerings to include leadership and organization development consulting as well as executive coaching for individuals and groups.

Brenton loves contributing to his three children by exposing them to the world through cooking, crafting, travel, books, music, and movies. In 2021, Brenton plans to continue his research of alternative treatments for addiction and PTSD.

Jaymie Rowe, LMFT, LCAS, CCS


Jaymie earned her Master’s degree from Pfeiffer University in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has worked in the mental health/substance abuse field for the duration of her career with clients in an array of venues including the school system, communities, outpatient settings, and homes. While she has training and experience with people of all ages, she has predominantly served adolescents and adults with individual, couples, and family therapy. She is an Adjunct Professor at Lees McRae College, Asheville Buncombe Tech. College, and Montreat College. Her specialties include working with couples and families as they navigate through difficult and painful issues including addiction, mood disorders, and relationship challenges. Jaymie also is a Certified Clinical Supervisor and provides supervision for those seeking licensure in both the counseling/mental health field, as well as the addiction field. With a background as a professional athlete, she has a special interest in sports psychology and working with athletes and teams on improving team dynamics, enhancing performance, and fostering cohesion.

Amanda Gibson Queen, MSOD, CEC


Amanda completed her master's degree in Organization Development and Executive Coaching Certification at Queens University - McColl School of Business in 2017.  While earning her degree at Queens University, Amanda worked for the consulting arm of McColl School of Business. As a leadership development consultant, and executive coaching program manager, Amanda supported talent development departments of global organizations in the design, development, and delivery of custom leadership development programs. 

Over the course of her career, Amanda has made a name for herself as a transformational leader and change agent. Today, Amanda applies her personal and professional experiences coupled with an effective coaching model to create motion for individuals who may feel stuck in a position of powerlessness, contemplation, or stagnation in one or more areas of life.

Amanda engages clients in an intentional and meticulous process designed to shift mental models and behavior patterns required for change. Early on, Amanda's clients report an awakening to new perspectives, increased motivation, recognition of resistance, and defined action steps. Over time, clients benefit from positive personal change, new skills, and increased self-confidence to support sustainable long term results evidenced in relationships, place of work, self-efficacy, health and wellness, as well as worldview.