Our Counseling Program Goals:
- To provide a safe, caring, and compassionate environment, with competent counselors trained in effective therapeutic interventions.
- To guide and support children, adults, and families through the healing process from childhood adversities.
- To provide support of victims by linking them to additional community resources as well as assisting them to apply for victim compensation when appropriate.
Who Qualifies for Counseling?
Anyone who survived difficult life experiences during their childhood may apply for services. Our team of professional counselors is available to offer free counseling sessions to qualifying adults and children. Below is a list of qualifying childhood adversities:
- Child of Divorced or Separated Parents
- Child of Incarcerated Parent
- Child of Alcoholic/Substance Abusing Parent
- Child of Parent with Mental Health Issues
- Witness of Mass Violence
- Traumatic Grief
How to be referred for counseling services:
1. Complete this Referral Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 706-928-5183.
2. Upon receipt of a referral our Counseling Coordinator will contact you to ask a few questions to best fit you in with one of our licensed therapists.
3. Wait to be contacted by your assigned therapist who will schedule your first appointment. Appointments are 50 minutes each.
4. Read through our Welcome Packet to find out about our policies and procedures.
Meet Our Team of Counselors:
- Kimberly Allen, LMFT
- Nancy Brooks, APC
- Amy Frady, LPC
- Alice Hoag, LPC
- Amber Kingry, APC
- Kimberli Patrick, LPC
- Keyla Stephens, APC
- Robin Whisnant, LPC
- Marty Wilson, CADC II, BS, PP
The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC), through the Victims of Crime Act, funds our counseling program through a grant program applied for by Prevent Child Abuse Habersham, Inc. Donations and volunteer work help to offset the cash match requirement from this funding source.