About The Guild
What Is Psychotherapy?
Protecting Your Rights
300 West Wieuca Road NE, Bldg. 2
Atlanta, GA 30342
Philosophy of Psychotherapy:
"I help individuals deal with previous experiences, evaluate/learn
from those experiences, and develop new behaviors, ways of thinking/being
that facilitate a more positive life experience."
Professional Expertise/Areas Of Interest:
Evaluations for Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder
and consultation regarding intervention
Evaluation of children of divorce, parent consultation and child counseling
Therapy for adolescents and children
Women's and Men's issues (Personal relationships, assertiveness, communication
and stress management)
Career development of adolescents and adults
Professional Certifications: Licensed Psychologist, Licensed
Professional Counselor, National Register, Certified Elementary Counselor
and School Psychologist, Certified National School Psychologist, Registered
Play Therapist and Play Therapist Supervisor
Education: M.S., Ed.S. and Ph.D. - University of Tennessee, School
Psychology/ specialty area in Counseling Psychology, Professional Training
Programs in Gestalt, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Process Communication
Background Experience: Elementary School Teacher (5 yrs.) School
Psychologist (8 yrs.), Private Practice since 1986, Adjunct Professor-Agnes
Scott since 1990.
Taught for 10 years at Oglethorpe College.
Georgia Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
Georgia Association of School Psychologists
National Association of School Psychologists
Association for Play Therapy