Meet the Providers


Timothy Caraher, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine (2007)

Board Certified American Board of Family Medicine


Dr. Caraher joined Mulberry Clinics to enhance his interests in functional medicine, nutrition, lifestyle medicine, obesity, and preventive medicine. Dr. Caraher is married and has three daughters. He enjoys gardening, cooking and outdoor activities and is actively involved in his church.

Stephanie Fennema, PA

Surgical Physician Assistant degree from UAB (2005)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Auburn University (2001)

Member of the Association of American Physician Assistants.


Prior to starting at Mulberry in 2016, Stephanie practiced in Dermatology, Cardiovascular Surgery, Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine.  She is incredibly thankful for the opportunity to work in an integrative medical environment that promotes health and wellness.


Stephanie enjoys combining her love of wellness with the practice of medicine.  She has a particular interest in Women’s Health and Hormones and is a certified DUTCH provider.  She wants women to feel and look their best.  She has expertise in skin and a variety of skin procedures.

When not busy in her home or at the clinic, you will find her in the garden or out mountain biking. Her most important role is being a wife to her husband, Mike, and a mother to their 5 children.


Beth Norwood, FNP, ENP

Masters of Science in Nursing degree from Vanderbilt University (2006)

Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering from Tennessee Technological University (2000)

Dual certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Emergency Nurse Practitioner.

Root Cause Protocol Certified Practitioner

Member of American Association or Nurse Practitioners


Beth has extensive experience in Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care Medicine.

Her expertise includes acute illness and injuries, wound closure and procedures, pediatrics, wellness and nutrition, and thyroid disorders.

She also has special interests in functional medicine and the role of nutrition, fitness and wellness in overall health.

Beth strives for clean eating and toxin free living and enjoys sharing tips on achieving a more clean lifestyle with others.

She enjoys being outdoors, vegetable gardening, reading and spending time with her husband and 2 children.

Courtney Litton, FNP

Courntey Litton is a Family Nurse Practitioner certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She earned a Master of Science in Nursing from Middle Tennessee State University (2021) and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Louisville (2017). Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Courtney moved to Tennessee for her first nursing job. 


Courtney brings more than 4 years of acute care experience and has worked in numerous settings including Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, and Critical Care. Courtney has an intense passion for learning as well as teaching and is an adjunct professor at a local community college. She joined Mulberry Clinics as a NP because she has always had an interest in functional, integrative, and preventative medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, hiking, and traveling.

Jenni Evans, FNP

Masters of Science in Nursing, Tennessee Technological University (2022)

Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Tennessee Technological University (2020)

Associates of Applied Science, Columbia State Community College (2013)

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners


Jenni brings 8 years of acute care experience to Mulberry Clinics from her time as a clinical specialist working in the hospital in cardiology, neurology, and progressive care units. Her interest in functional and integrative medicine was born out of a frustration with her own health and feeling like her concerns were not being addressed. She was determined to do things differently for her patients as an RN and continues that now as an FNP.


Jenni was the visionary behind Mulberry Vitamin Infusions (MVI), a sister clinic of Mulberry Clinics, and continues to run the infusion clinic with the assistance of several others. 


When not at Mulberry or MVI, Jenni enjoys spending time with her husband Jake, their adult children, and grandchildren. She enjoys being outside, visiting Tennessee State Parks, and her two (ridiculous!) English bulldogs, Auggie and Walker.