Some of our providers are able to bill insurance plans; others provide cash pay rates with a sliding scale option based on income. Feel free to reach out for more information about your specific needs and how we can help.
Jordan Raulerson Beaver, MEd, LPC, NCC | firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Jordan Beaver, and I graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Masters of Education in Counselor Education in July 2020. I believe that everyone is constantly working towards becoming their best self. To do that, sometimes we need a little help! As your counselor, I aim to help you find the best path to becoming who you want to be and overcoming obstacles in your way.
I use traditional talk therapy as well as experiential activities in my work as a counselor. Sometimes we can't find the words to describe what's going on, so we can use other tools to tackle our problems. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults with a range of experiences such as past and present trauma, life changes and transitions, and emotional regulation.
If you think we might be a good fit, I would love to hear from you. Thank you for letting me be a part of your journey!
My name is Caitlan. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I received my Masters of Education in Counselor Education, with a focus on Clinical Mental Health Counseling, from Georgia Southern University in 2021. I believe that you are the expert of your life and therefore believe in taking a collaborative and holistic approach in the work that I do with individuals. I utilize talk therapy as well as experiential techniques and activities. I have experience working with those who struggle with anxiety, depression, past and present trauma, and addiction. I am passionate about helping you reach your goals. I know that sometimes taking the first step and continuing in this process can feel challenging and overwhelming. If you believe that we would be a good fit, I would be honored to support you throughout this process. Please feel free to contact the office or email directly.
Kelly Parsons, APC, NCC, MEd, | EMDR | email@example.com Under the direction and supervision of Laniea Godboalt, LPC, CPCS
Kelly is a compassionate therapist who believes in the power of therapy and considers it an honor to support individuals on their journey toward healing and personal growth. With a down-to-earth personality, Kelly connects with her clients on a real-world level, approaching therapy with a gentle and humorous demeanor, with a sprinkle of sassiness. She takes a strength-based approach and focuses on the whole person, not just their symptoms. Kelly specializes in working with individuals who struggle with PTSD, C-PTSD, Trauma-related disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, self-esteem/body image issues, and navigating life transitions. As an EMDR trained therapist, she uses this modality to help individuals heal from past traumatic experiences.
Kelly's theoretical orientation is trauma-focused, person-centered, emotions-focused, and somatic processing. She offers LGBTQIA+ affirming care, ensuring that every client feels seen, heard, and valued. Kelly is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment, where clients can feel comfortable exploring their thoughts and feelings. Kelly is an Associate Professional Counselor, board certified, with a Master's of Education in Counselor Education from Georgia Southern University.
Counseling is a collaborative process that can offer the client space to confront the joys and pain of life. Katie is passionate about working with individuals in helping them discover a world where they feel understood and encouraged. This is a space to acknowledge and improve their relationships between people and with themselves. She takes a strength-based approach to work alongside clients to help them recognize their choices and motivation to change. She also through her time practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and becoming a Certified Yoga Teacher brings a holistic understanding to the counseling space.
Katie graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Master of Education in Counselor Education – Clinical Mental Health emphasis. She enjoys and has experience working with clients across the lifespan. Katie comes from an Adlerian background and incorporates this theoretical model alongside a person-centered approach.
Dave Rogerson, APC, MEd, NCC | firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Dave Rogerson and I am a Nationally Certified Counselor in pursuit of licensure and hold a Master of Education in Counselor Education with a focus in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgia Southern University. I believe in the collaborative and intentional power of counseling to aid you in identifying and taking strides toward the goals you want to reach. As a counselor I am invested in addressing the various challenges that you may be facing with a strengths based, person-centered approach. I utilize experiential and traditional talk therapy techniques from therapeutic approaches such as CBT, Play therapy, and Narrative therapy. I have a passion for working with clients across a diverse range of ages, backgrounds, and communities. My experience includes working with concerns such as: anxiety, depression, grief, ADHD, substance use/abuse, and trauma. If you feel that we may be a good fit and wish to begin or continue your counseling journey, please reach out to our office or to my contact information below. I would be honored to hold space for you.
Tyndal Mitchell, MS, NCC | email@example.com Under the direction and supervision of Janet Scott, M.Ed., LPC, CPCS, NCC
Hi! My name is Tyndal, and I am a Nationally Certified Counselor working towards licensure in the state of Georgia. I received my Bachelor’s in Psychology from Georgia Tech (Go Jackets!) in 2019 and my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA in 2023. The relationship between counselor and client is something I do not take lightly. I know I am asking a lot for you to come trust me with what you’re going through, and I promise to meet you where you are with kindness, compassion, and a commitment to your growth. I work from a Narrative and Feminist lens, focusing on how you are not your problems and how you can rewrite your story for yourself to move forward, as well as challenging systems in place that may be holding you back from living your most authentic life. I am a big fan of identifying, naming, and feeling your feelings. I also integrate some of the more tangible skills from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, which may help you gain some sense of control during stressful times in your life. Finally, I would be remiss to not include that I am a HUGE proponent of humor in therapy and as a coping skill. We will find humor when you need it, while continuing to reserve space to feel your feelings, whatever they may be. I have experience working with a wide variety of diagnoses such as: anxiety, depression, substance use/abuse, trauma, grief, and body image issues. If you think we might work well together, I would be honored to meet with you. Please reach out to the office or my email directly, and we will get going!
Lauren Foster | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! My name is Lauren Foster. I am a student in Georgia Southern’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. I received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Asheville. My approach is collaborative and centered around compassionately empowering you to be who you want to be. I value the therapeutic relationship and the power it has to aid in the process of change and growth. I’d love to hear from you if you think we’d be a good fit!