Your Wellness Team
Darlene Ifill-Taylor, MD, FAPA
Medical Director - Three Strand Wellness
Darlene Ifill-Taylor, MD, FAPA is a Physician Psychiatrist, classically-trained singer-songwriter, author, Regional Medical Director of Greenbrook TMS in Charlotte as well as Owner and Medical Director of Three Strand Wellness, LLC. She has served patients in private practice in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Louisiana, and North Carolina. She has been honored to serve Veterans at the VAMC and to have served patients in Haiti after devastating earthquakes there. She most recently served as Outpatient Behavioral Health Medical Director at Novant Health in Charlotte, NC. Her passion to open a wellness center that aids in decreasing burnout in those who care for others, has continued to grow. Those who serve others in Healthcare, Active-Duty Military and Veterans, First-Responders, Clergy, and Parents of Children with special needs, all Parents and all whose calling it is to serve others are a particular focus for Dr. Ifill-Taylor and she’d like Three Strand Wellness to be a place for them to receive special integrative care.
In addition to her love of the healing arts, Dr. Ifill-Taylor has studied music and finds singing one of the most peaceful pastimes. Her singing has taken her to various venues in the United States, and abroad to France, Poland and Denmark. Dr. Ifill-Taylor believes that we are each given gifts and talents that we are to pursue to achieve personal joy and to encourage our spirits. This in turn helps us to be positioned to help others. She feels strongly about the integration of traditional and non-traditional medicine and the encouragement of us all to pay attention to our emotional, spiritual and physical wellness. Three Strand Wellness has been created to help people have a place where all three parts of them may receive attention and caring treatment on the road to wellness and personal contentment. Dr. Ifill-Taylor has completed Duke University’s Integrative Medicine Program for Integrative Medicine Coaching and University of Florida’s online Certificate Program in Healing with the Arts.
Pushpinder Gill, PMHNP
Pushpinder Gill, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC is a motivated and talented multilingual board-certified nurse practitioner in both family medicine and psychiatry. She completed her Masters of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Family Medicine from UNC Chapel Hill and a post graduate psychiatric certification from the University of New Hampshire. She started her career working as a nurse with veterans, in oncology (inpatient bone marrow transplant), rehabilitation, and public health nursing and later, as a nurse practitioner in primary care, urgent care, addiction medicine, and psychiatric emergency medicine.
During her experience, she has always been drawn to working in psychiatry and believes in empowering clients and providing holistic behavioral care that encompasses harmony within the body and mind. Ms. Gill had the wonderful opportunity to volunteer in a free women’s health clinic in Bali, Indonesia in 2019 where she assisted in the birth of babies and learning practices that decrease pre- and post-partum depression in mothers.
Ms. Gill believes in continuous learning and education and as such is always looking to better understand the world around her. She has experience treating depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, ADHD, PTSD and bipolar. She has a special interest in the women’s mental health population and combating the stigma of mental health in the community. Ms. Gill brings diverse, global experiences to provide culturally sensitive care to all her patients.
Toecia Land MSW, LCSW
Toecia Land is a clinical social worker who provides therapeutic treatment via psychotherapy. Ms. Land is a graduate of Fayetteville State University, as well as the University of Southern California, where she earned a Masters Degree in the field of Social Work in 2014, after transitioning from a career in education. Ms. Land has worked with a diverse population of clients that include Children, teens and adults and has served in very diverse settings including a military prison, CMS schools, and various outpatient settings. Ms. Land specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to assist clients with Anxiety and Depression and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (Trauma-based therapy) to help clients through symptoms related to Trauma experiences. She is passionate about assisting her clients in identifying and meeting their personal goals.
Salina Virola, TMS Coordinator
Salina joins our Wellness team as our TMS Coordinator after serving as a TMS treater in her last job, where she also worked with Dr. Ifill-Taylor. Patients find Salina to be warm, caring and technically excellent. Salina will be continuing her education to become a LCMHC in the future and we are pleased to have her join our team.
Jordan Taylor serves as your point of contact as our Front Desk Manager and will be providing IT support. Jordan’s technical prowess, engaging manner, and understanding about the importance of wellness pursuits has made him an asset to Three Strand Wellness. With an amazing classically-trained tenor voice and love of everything-cars- Jordan has many interests and gifts. He is a graduate of Clemson University.
Gabrielle Taylor is our Spravato Coordinator and treater. After years of striving to help treat those dealing with depression and anxiety, she is excited to take on this role. Her previous experience includes working with patients who have depression, anxiety, and eating disorders, as well as office support for Three Strand Wellness.
Quiara Dotson, Massage Therapist
Quiara has been a licensed massage therapist for 4 years and has worked in spas throughout Virginia, Delaware and North Carolina. She specializes in a result-driven therapeutic style of massage, including deep tissue, sports, Swedish, and foot reflexology. Stretching and breathing techniques are incorporated to increase the benefit of treatment. And each treatment is custom to the client.
Meagan Bullock MSW, LCSW 200 HR YTT
Meagan Bullock MSW, LCSW, 200 Hr YTT assists yoga students in building their mind, body, spirit connection. Meagan combines her experience as a psychotherapist and yoga teacher to assist students in recognizing how their thoughts and feelings resonate within their bodies. She offers poses, breath work and meditations that may assist in symptom management and reduction. Meagan aims to create a safe and supportive space where new yoga students and experienced yogi's can practice together. While our thoughts can drift to the past or the future, during class, students have the opportunity to practice presence, mindfulness and learn how to just be.