Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
Registered Art Therapist
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Call me: (404) 491-7751
**Welcoming new clients in
Decatur and Madison!
I am a person centered counselor with a positive, accepting and growth focused mindset. I believe that we are all the authors of our own stories and my goal is to help you discover your power as you move towards a place of healing and personal growth. Using art therapy and mindfulness based techniques, I wish to guide and meet you where ever you are on your journey. I have experience working with clients suffering from addiction, issues with depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, interpersonal relationship difficulties, chronic pain, communication issues, and behavioral concerns.
I often use various art media to aid in the therapeutic process, thus allowing you to explore your feelings, regulate emotions, reduce anxiety, improve self-esteem, foster self-awareness, manage behavior, develop social skills, and improve reality orientation. There is no specific skill set required to participate in art therapy.
The practice of art therapy also allows clients to experience the self-affirming pleasures and often times calming effects of using your personal creativity. Art making in a therapeutic setting is more about the process rather than the product.
Now Registering for New Art Therapy Groups!
Middle School Mind - Body Connection
Anxiety, Stress Management, Addictions, Depression
Mindfulness Practices, Social Skills
Using the creative process to gain awareness
and create lasting changes
Healing Eating Disorders, and associated emotional/mental health
Individual and Group Practices
Children and Adolescents
Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling - Ursuline College
Bachelor of Arts
Licensed Associate Professional Counselor -
Certified Grounded 95-Hour Kids/Teen Yoga Instructor
Publications and Professional Accolades
Powers, K. (2017). Effects of Early Attachment on the Perception of Love in Adulthood. Pepper Pike, Ohio: Ursuline College Graduate Studies.
Ursuline College Student Research Symposium, “Food for Thought: The Psychological Effects of Mindful Eating”, 2015
Georgia Art Therapy Association
American Art Therapy Association
American Counseling Association
Out-of-network with all insurance plans
Scholarships for reduced fee are limited to availability, and dependent upon income.
No artistic talent required for group participation
All art supplies are included!
Initial screening session required for all new group participants in order to make sure it is a good fit and
can best address current needs