Pamela D. Morris is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has a Master’s degree in Family Sociology. She received additional post master’s education at “The Link” Marriage and Family Therapy Training Institute in Sandy Springs Georgia. For the past 20 years, she has worked in the behavioral health field providing Mental Health and Substance Abuse treatment services to clients in individual, group, and family settings. She has worked in an array of treatment environments with various clientele including adolescents in the Juvenile Justice System, adult inmates in the Georgia Department of Corrections, women in an intensive outpatient Substance Abuse treatment program, and couples, and families in outpatient settings.
While she provides therapy primarily from a Family Systems perspective, she also utilizes various therapeutic approaches, and integrates elements from several modalities to tailor treatment towards the client’s individual needs. She believes that providing a safe and nurturing environment; and one that allows for self-reflection and accountability is paramount to a client’s ability, to grow, gain insight and make behavioral changes. She believes this is achieved by holistically addressing issues in all major areas of one’s life.
Dr. Jennifer Hahn is a License Professional Counselor. As a solution-focused therapist, her goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Throughout her career as a therapist, she has worked with clients from all facets of mental health ranging from individual to intensive care, crisis, and hospitalized experiences. Her passion lies with helping people from all walks of life, all beliefs, and all ages. She has actively treated adolescents, adults, and seniors with their hurts, habits, and hang-ups enabling them to see a beautiful alternative in their darkest of hours. Helping people to help themselves, searching together with them for the little lost pieces of the puzzle, is what is defined as her calling. Giving guidance and offering support to the person in question, but in just the right portions, so that they can continue their journey independently and more motivated than ever before.
Brian Williams has a Master of Social Work degree from Clark Atlanta University. As a young man growing up in an urban environment, he saw early on the difference of having access to opportunities make in a child’s life. His goal is to equip young men with life skills to ensure their self-sufficient independence. He is also a Certified Anger Management Specialist.
He has experience assisting individual, family and group therapy sessions with individuals diagnosed with a variety of disorders. In his years in the field, he has provided attentive, courteous, efficient care for clients, continuously making strong and positive impacts and producing effective outcomes to meet the individual’s needs.
Letrice Deloach is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She earned her Master’s degree in Community Mental Health Counseling from Clark Atlanta University. Letrice experience working with children and adults in an individual, family and group settings. Letrice specializes in dealing with issues ranging from substance abuse and recovery trauma (PTSD), depression, anxiety, LGBTQ, sexuality identification, life transitions, anger management, women's issues, emotional concerns and self-esteem.
Letrice employs reality-based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and positive psychology as she believes in the collaboration of many approaches. She believes obtaining and maintaining a healthy balance between your mind, body, and spirit will yield a truly fulfilled life.
Tyneisha King is a Mental Health Therapist. She is currently licensed as a LMSW. She has her Bachelor of Social Work from Jacksonville State University and her Master of Social Work from The University of Alabama. She is currently working on her Doctor of Social Work degree with specialization in clinical expertise. She also has certification in trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy from National Crime Victims Research & Treatment Center.
She has been working with children, youth, adolescents and families since 2010. She has worked with very diverse populations over her years of practicing in Alabama and Georgia. She has worked with children, adolescent, and adults in both in-patient and outpatient settings. She also has experience with working with domestic violence victims.
Her expertise is in providing individual treatment and psychotherapy services to culturally diverse populations diagnosed with Substance Abuse, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Mood Disorders, and other affective disorders. Her passion is practicing mental health and helping enhance the lives of others through individualized, unique, and life-changing therapy as she believes in meeting people where they are and then improving beyond.
Rhonda James-Jones is a Certified Practioner and Paracletos Counseling Specialist. Rhonda received her Masters of Divinity with a concentration in Psychology of Religion and Pastoral Care from The Interdenominational Theological Center. Rhonda has been involved in the caring ministries for the last 18 years and is committed to helping those she encounters to live transformed lives. Rhonda incorporates biblical/spiritual principles with a variety of clinical therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model, Motivational Interviewing, and Visualization, to provide Whole Person Counseling, identifying the Root Causes of emotional/spiritual, physical, mental and psychological issues. In tandem with The Spirit, Rhonda walks with clients on the road to recovery, reclamation and restoration of their authentic, liberated self, to healing and Being Whole. Rhonda’s specialty areas of care include Cultural Identity, Personal Formation and Development, Clergy Care, Faith and Spirituality, Church and Organizational Consultant, Loss and Grief, Depression, Shame, Trauma and Resiliency, Life Transitions, Individual Therapy with Adolescents and Adults, Couples and Family Therapy.
Kiara Maxwell is the Office Manager. She has a Bachelor Degree in psychology from Valdosta State University. She is currently pursuing her Master Degree in psychology from Capella University.
Kiara is the first person of contract with her friendly voice behind your call. She manages the receptionist area, including greeting visitors and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information. She makes sure that you are matched with the best therapist to fit your needs. She maintains your mental health records and ensures all documentation is organized and up-to-date. She is responsible for coding client’s diagnoses, billing insurance companies/clients, tracks payments and monitor accounts.