Individual Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Family Counseling, Christian Counseling, and Support Groups!
Kelly Wolfe, MA, LAPC
Work Days: Sunday Afternoons, Monday 8-1pm, Fridays 8-1pm
Women, Couples, Adolescents
Private Pay Rate: $80, offers a sliding scale
Tel: 717 478 8486
Religion: Christian, offers faith based counseling
Specialites: Anxiety, Relationship Issues, Sexual Brokenness
Issues: Depression, Infertility, Grief, Conflict, Women’s Issues, Parenting, Addictions
Primary treatment approach: Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Existential, and Cognitive Behavioral
Let’s face it - life is hard. And relationships, which provide shelter from the storms of life, can sometimes disappoint. You feel hopeless and empty and may be reaching the end of your rope. You’ve lost your way and are losing faith and confidence in yourself, others, and/or your purpose in life. You are not alone. Challenging circumstances and particular seasons of life have the potential to distract and throw us off course, causing life to feel out of control and confusing. Sometimes a fresh perspective can remind you of who you are, point you in the right direction, and provide new tools and resources to get you where you want to go and bring balance back into your life.
Together we will explore your goals, strengths and weaknesses, and unique personality in order to make sense of your current struggles and leverage new opportunities for growth and change. My style is warm and empathetic, and my approach is collaborative and tailored to your particular needs and values.
Join me in giving yourself permission to take the time you need, in a safe and accepting environment, to discover the best version of yourself and to unleash the awesome power within you to create a life that is fulfilling, intentional, authentic, and meaningful. It would be my privilege to walk with you on this leg of your journey. During our initial consultation we can briefly discuss your hopes and plans for therapy to see if we’d be a good fit. I look forward to hearing your story.
Under the clinical supervision of Jennifer Stuckert, MA MFT, LPC, ACS, CPCS
Linde Ferrero, LCSW, Faith Based Counseling, Positive Discipline Parenting Certified
Work Days: Tuesday 8am-2pm; Thursday 8am-2pm, Sunday 11am-9pm
Ages: Prefer 14 +
Issues: Family conflict, Support for Children/Families going through divorce, Women’s issues, life transitional issues, Self Esteem, Depression and Anxiety, Parenting conflicts, Addiction
Modality: Women, Children, Families
Treatment Approach: Solution Focused, Reality Therapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Private Pay: Initial Intake $130, $120 per session / Sliding scale offered
Tel: 678 403 1120 (call/text for appointments)
Theresa Gray, MSW
Work Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday morning: Thursday Evening Hours and Sunday Afternoons
Ages: Children, Teens, Young Adults
Issues: Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Behavioral Issues, College Transition, Self-Esteem, Underachiever/Overachiever school issues
Private Pay: $60; Sliding Scale offered
Melissa Hall, LMSW
Work Days: Flexible with evening hours
Ages: 12 +
Issues: Anxiety, Depression, Marital/Premarital, ADHD, Life Transitions, Chronic Illness, Grief, Trauma, Interpersonal Conflict/Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem, Life Coaching
Private Pay: $70-$120: Sliding Scale offered
I often compare my role as a therapist to being a midwife. We are all pregnant with possibility, but sometimes life is tough and messy, just like birthing babies. I can’t do the deep breathing, pushing, and labor for you. However, I am here to roll up my sleeves and assist you while providing a safe, judgement-free space where you can give birth to your best life.
So, you might be wondering what qualifies me to help you. I am glad you asked. After working for many years in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) as a clinical homeopath, I began to notice a link between physical disease and emotional disease. Like many of the patients in my clinic, I too had suffered with chronic illness, anxiety, and emotional struggles in my teens and early twenties that I could trace back to adverse childhood events or other emotional trauma. Eventually, I decided to go back to school and become a therapist in order to help others stop the cycle of dis-ease and live healthier, happier lives.
I openly welcome clients of all ages/cultural backgrounds/sexual orientations/religions; couples and/or families; with a wide set of presenting issues. However, I have a special interest in working with clients with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma histories, or life transitions. My theoretical orientation is eclectic – just like me! I employ the following theories: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Strengths-Based.
Under the clinical supervision of Robin Hovanec, LCSW
Sandi Harding, MA, RN, BS
Adults and Families
Pastoral Counseling, Specializing in Grief
Private Pay Rate: $70; Sliding Scale Available
Tel: 678 602 3714
Sandi has experienced herself the loss of a marriage due to divorce, raising her children as a single parent. This experience led to development of support ministries to singles as well as Divorce Recovery workshops, Single parenting, and learning to Start again after loss. Working as a RN (in intensive care, oncology and then management) She returned to college and obtained a bachelor’s degree in counseling and a master’s degree in leadership.
Sandi moved to the Atlanta area following a call, as a Registered Nurse, to work within a hospital/church partnership as a Parish Nurse. Promoting health and well-being within the faith community, she adopted a holistic approach in teaching, to counseling individuals, in leading support groups with a focus on healing of the body, soul and spirit. At the same time, she sought her own spiritual development in the Anglican Church. She spent 2- years working through the National Anglican Office of Health and HIV/AIDS in Rwanda and developed a new appreciation for loss and healing in a country that experienced a genocide.
In 2015 Sandi was ordained a Deacon in the Anglican Church USA and is on staff at Resurrection Anglican Church in Woodstock, GA. She has three adult children and 9 grandchildren.
Over the past 11 years she had been caregiver to her mother who passed away in 2017. Understanding the commitment and demands on family caregivers and now the grief of personal loss once again, her passion is to listen and walk alongside those in the process of healing.