Reagan Phillips

Reagan Phillips

Reagan Phillips, LPC

Chief Executive Officer

Clinical Director

Professional Interest

Reagan is dedicated to helping patients find peace by educating and equipping them to discover better mental health through the lens of the gospel. Reagan specializes in neurofeedback, EMDR therapy and sports mental training for peak performance.


Prior to founding Noonday Therapeutic Center, Reagan served as the childcare director for Big Oak Ranch, a Christian children’s home serving abused, abandoned, and neglected children. With more than 20 years of experience in the mental health industry, she has trained countless direct care providers and administrative staff in unified, holistic, trauma-informed therapeutic approaches. Reagan serves as an advisor to multiple domestic and international organizations that treat adult and child victims of sex trafficking. In 2020, she was named to the Alabama Governor’s Task Force for Sex Trafficked Women and Children.


Reagan holds a master’s degree in counseling as well as a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Alabama. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling and Supervision from the University of Alabama.


Reagan is married to John David Phillips, and together, they have three sons. Her number one hobby these days is cheering her sons on at countless sporting events. Reagan does enjoy pickleball, although she says she’s not very good and doesn’t understand the rules.

“I believe that we were created to be in relationship with God and in relationship with others. There are so many things in this world, that are byproducts of sin, which keep us from living abundantly in relationship with God and others. I am passionate about watching God do His work in people’s lives that allow them to live freely, to love and to experience freedom despite the hard times and struggles that are inevitable in this fallen world. We are all on this journey, and it is an honor and a privilege to walk with people through their darkest times. Noonday’s name is representative of light, and our passion is to take the ultimate light to the darkest places.”