Jordan Stones Counseling Center
Johns Creek, GA
Good therapy can move you from the discomfort you’re experiencing toward the feeling of centeredness or healing you’re seeking. I would like to work myself out of a job! I don’t like Band-Aids and shallow solutions; these amount to lazy counseling. I believe good counseling combines process and content—your current situation needs something new introduced, something change making. Holding space for, processing, and honoring the pain you are experiencing is mission critical, just as stepping outside your life and working on it is essential. Integrating new understanding and language with change-making tools and skills helps bring different outcomes. I am here as a companion to coach and guide with psychological, spiritual, and relational resources as you journey toward your personal healing and goals. Mandi is a psychotherapist, writer, soul-caretaker, yoga teacher, and momma of teens. She is grateful for the constant love and presence of the Lord.
Rock Springs Positive Coaching Caring and Counseling
Relationships are not easy. Whether it’s trying to begin, continue, or end a relationship with an individual or multiple people, the process is challenging. Sometimes the relationship is worthy of celebrating. Sometimes it is one to nurture. But sometimes there are relationships that you are faced with ending, by your choice or necessity. Regardless of the scenario, relationships are an integral part of our existence. Whether it’s a relationship with Jesus Christ or another individual, it needs the opportunity to grow and develop through time, attention, and communication. Some people experience Christ in their lives in a definitive manner. Others are searching for this type of experience. Still others have opted to bypass a relationship with Christ for one of their own choosing. Wherever you are, if you are stuck and want to move forward beyond present concerns, lingering problems, or an unhealthy past, Priscilla is here to partner with you in helping you find resolution. She is warm, nurturing, empathetic, and actively in pursuit of drawing close in her relationship with Jesus Christ. Call, email, or text, and she will be glad to meet with you to see if it is a good fit.
DK Counseling Services, LLC
LeeAnna believes that all humans have intrinsic value and desire love and acceptance. She considers it a precious gift to be invited to walk alongside her clients on their journeys to rediscover joy and healing. Taking into account how a client's past experiences, emotions, and patterns in relationships have shaped their beliefs about themselves and the rest of the world, she works with clients to help them become the experts in their own lives. LeeAnna takes an integrative approach to therapy and feels that one of the most important catalysts for change is found in the strength of the therapeutic alliance. Within that alliance is a collaboration and an agreement on a client's goals and treatment tasks.
America "Harmony" Ilenda
Harmony offers a faith-based approach in her work with couples and individuals. Relationships can be difficult, and she helps people learn communication skills that facilitate a deeper understanding of themselves and each other. For 20 years, Harmony has been counseling people through difficulties and life transitions and has been in a private practice for the last 10 years. Her office is in Roswell, GA, and is situated close to East Cobb as well as Alpharetta and Sandy Springs. Call for a free 20-minute phone consultation and schedule an appointment.
Summit Counseling Center - Main Office
Johns Creek, GA
Bailey’s therapy style is relaxed and collaborative, with a high value placed on humor and hope. She is primarily informed by person-centered theory, which emphasizes authenticity and empathy in the therapeutic relationship. She works with clients to identify their goals, strengths, and values and uses these to help guide the therapeutic process. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing in an integrative approach, based on the needs and personality of the client. Bailey enjoys working with clients ages 12–18, adults, and older adults. Bailey earned a master of education in clinical mental health counseling from The College of William & Mary. She attended the University of Richmond, where she earned a bachelor’s degree with a major in psychology and minor in religious studies. She completed a clinical internship at an adolescent residential treatment facility in Newport News, Virginia, where she provided individual and group therapy for adolescents ages 12–18. Prior to joining the Summit team, Bailey worked at Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare in an intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program, where she provided individual, family, and group therapy for adolescents struggling with mood and anxiety disorders. She also has experience working in an outpatient substance-use recovery facility, an inpatient hospital setting, and an outpatient mental health practice. Bailey Little is under the directed experience and clinical supervision of Alice Hoag, LPC, CPCS. In her free time, Bailey enjoys reading and rereading her favorite books, starting new crochet projects, and exploring different trails for a run or hike. She loves going out for Mexican food with friends and volunteering as a small group leader in the high school ministry at North Point Community Church.
Mazi Robinson MS, LPC, NCC
Mazi is a licensed professional counselor in Atlanta who specializes in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self-worth/self-esteem challenges, relationship concerns, life stage transitions, and recovery concerns. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and has a Master's degree in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University. As a Certified Daring Way Facilitator, Mazi integrates the research of Brené Brown into her therapy work to help individuals address lingering struggles with shame and insecurity as they learn to live bravely and practice vulnerability. In addition to her work as an Atlanta therapist, Mazi maintains an active speaking schedule, presenting workshops on topics such as women's issues, healthy relationships, self-worth, personal growth/development, leadership development, living out your purpose, life stage transitions, and motherhood. Mazi is the Founder/Director of Cultivate, an organization and counseling center that helps women cultivate joy, courage, and freedom in their lives. Prior to becoming a therapist, Mazi taught history at Marist School. Her private practice is currently located in Buckhead.
Your mind races with thoughts that begin with What if? Your anxiety gets in the way of your relationships, steals your joy, and limits your potential for happiness at home and at work. Worrying about things you cannot control has become a habit, which is hard to break because you believe that the worry prevents the thing from happening. You worry about your relationships, your family, your kids, and your work. Worry turns to guilt about not doing enough and not being enough. You long to quiet the inner critic, let go of the anxiety, feel like you are enough, and live a more fully engaged and balanced life. Through our collaborative efforts, you will learn the skills you need to conquer your worries and unwanted negative, anxious thoughts, communicate your needs effectively, and overcome feelings of guilt and self-doubt. We will work together to help you enjoy your life and relationships again, live fully in the present, and look forward to your future. As a licensed psychologist for over 15 years, I utilize research-supported interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Using a positive psychology approach, we will identify your strengths and uncover ones you may not even recognize. When nurtured and channeled in the best way, these strengths will help you cope with the past, conquer current fears, and overcome future obstacles on your path. My job is to give you the tools you need to be your own therapist. I am also trained in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), which is considered a best practice in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
"Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing we will ever do." – Brené Brown With these words from Brené Brown in mind, Chelsey works to create an open, caring, and safe space where clients can explore their life story and the challenges that they are facing. She specializes in clinical issues, including addictions, eating disorders, bullying, health concerns, anxiety, and depression. She has experience working with clients ranging from late adolescence to late adulthood. Additionally, she conducts substance and family violence evaluations. Chelsey attended Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, GA, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in sociology with a concentration in interpersonal counseling. Following her undergraduate degree, she obtained a master's degree in clinical mental health counseling from Mercer University. As a former collegiate tennis player, Chelsey understands the demands that athletes undergo. She enjoys supporting middle school through college level athletes in their journey. Therapeutically, her goal is to walk alongside clients in their difficult times and enable them to feel a sense of hope.
The Summit Counseling Center
Brittany is passionate about creating a safe place for people to find connection, hope, and holistic wellness. She believes that all people have the ability to grow and thrive. Using primarily non-directive humanistic approaches, Brittany works alongside people to help them discover their inner strengths. Her areas of interest include grief, relationship health, spirituality, anxiety, trauma, transitions, LGBTQ, and depression.
Damascus Road Counseling
Suzannah is an associate professional counselor at Damascus Road Counseling. She has been married for 30 years and has eight grown children, four biological and four adopted. Suzannah enjoys working with adults as individuals and couples, and desires to help those going through difficult seasons in life. Every person is unique and valuable, and she believes that change is always possible. Whether it’s working through anxiety, depression, or a relationship problem, she joins with each person to help them reach their personal goals and to find peace and joy in their journey.