Salima Hart

Associate Professional Counselor (APC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC)

About

Salima received her Bachelors degree from Georgia State University in Early Childhood Education. While teaching, she recognized the importance of mental health for both the child and the family. She wanted to transition to a career where she would have the opportunity to focus on the mental health of others. She obtained her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During her program, Salima spent time at Manna Treatment, where she gained experience working with eating disorders in the PHP and IOP programs. She also had the opportunity to work with children, teens, and adults for various issues such as divorce, depression, anxiety, addiction, and other mental health concerns.

In addition to her internship experience, Salima also worked for Kate’s Club, where she lead grief groups for school-aged children who recently lost a family member or loved one. Salima enjoys seeing her clients progress and meet their personal goals and works with them to help foster mentally and emotionally healthy lives.

Salima received her Bachelors degree from Georgia State University in Early Childhood Education. While teaching, she recognized the importance of mental health for both the child and the family. She wanted to transition to a career where she would have the opportunity to focus on the mental health of others. She obtained her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During her program, Salima spent time at Manna Treatment, where she gained experience working with eating disorders in the PHP and IOP programs. She also had the opportunity to work with children, teens, and adults for various issues such as divorce, depression, anxiety, addiction, and other mental health concerns.

In addition to her internship experience, Salima also worked for Kate’s Club, where she lead grief groups for school-aged children who recently lost a family member or loved one. Salima enjoys seeing her clients progress and meet their personal goals and works with them to help foster mentally and emotionally healthy lives.

Sheri Schulze

LPC

About

Sheri is an Licensed Professional Counselor who has focused on working primarily with individual adults, who are seeking help with relationships, self-esteem, trauma, chronic illness, anxiety or depression. She also works with spouses experiencing the demands of intense executive life styles and also C Suite women. Sheri completed a Masters in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate School in Atlanta, with specialized course work in the application of Christian Spirituality in Counseling.

Sheri’s approach in counseling is to partner with the client in a collaborative way to help them grow in self-leadership of mind, body, and spirit. She works with common obstacles which prevent us from growing into wholeness, some examples are traumas of the past, boundary conflicts, negative self-talk, emotional burdens, health issues, and difficult in patterns of relationship. Deep listening and empathy, together with sound clinical knowledge are the tools Sheri uses to provide a safe haven to explore issues interfering with the client’s goals and desires for life.

Believing that each client is a unique individual, Sheri collaborates with them to determine what specific plan and techniques are best suited for them. She pulls from mindfulness techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, and emotional regulation practices. Attachment and family systems theories are foundational to her work since identities and experiences largely result from our early influences. At the request of the client, Sheri integrates prayer and Biblical principles in the therapy room.

Sheri has been trained and certified with Christian Healing Ministries, has interned with the Amen Clinic, and has assisted at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. She also serves as a facilitator with the CEO Forum's Spiritual Leadership Institute for CEO women.

Sheri is an Licensed Professional Counselor who has focused on working primarily with individual adults, who are seeking help with relationships, self-esteem, trauma, chronic illness, anxiety or depression. She also works with spouses experiencing the demands of intense executive life styles and also C Suite women. Sheri completed a Masters in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate School in Atlanta, with specialized course work in the application of Christian Spirituality in Counseling.

Sheri’s approach in counseling is to partner with the client in a collaborative way to help them grow in self-leadership of mind, body, and spirit. She works with common obstacles which prevent us from growing into wholeness, some examples are traumas of the past, boundary conflicts, negative self-talk, emotional burdens, health issues, and difficult in patterns of relationship. Deep listening and empathy, together with sound clinical knowledge are the tools Sheri uses to provide a safe haven to explore issues interfering with the client’s goals and desires for life.

Believing that each client is a unique individual, Sheri collaborates with them to determine what specific plan and techniques are best suited for them. She pulls from mindfulness techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, and emotional regulation practices. Attachment and family systems theories are foundational to her work since identities and experiences largely result from our early influences. At the request of the client, Sheri integrates prayer and Biblical principles in the therapy room.

Sheri has been trained and certified with Christian Healing Ministries, has interned with the Amen Clinic, and has assisted at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. She also serves as a facilitator with the CEO Forum's Spiritual Leadership Institute for CEO women.

Amoreena Berg

MFT

About

I am a licensed MFT who has been in practice for over 15 years. I have extensive experience treating a wide variety of issues and psychological disorders from the most mild to the most severe. I work with adults and adolescents. My approach is warm, positive and compassionate. I can help you to achieve your personal goals, more effectively manage your emotions and stressors and develop strategies that will promote positive self-growth and lead you to and a more satisfying life.
I have worked in a wide variety of settings in addition to my private practice including schools, residential homes and outpatient treatment facilities. My specialties include anxiety and depressive disorders, stress management, crisis counseling, grief counseling, and relationships.

I am a licensed MFT who has been in practice for over 15 years. I have extensive experience treating a wide variety of issues and psychological disorders from the most mild to the most severe. I work with adults and adolescents. My approach is warm, positive and compassionate. I can help you to achieve your personal goals, more effectively manage your emotions and stressors and develop strategies that will promote positive self-growth and lead you to and a more satisfying life.
I have worked in a wide variety of settings in addition to my private practice including schools, residential homes and outpatient treatment facilities. My specialties include anxiety and depressive disorders, stress management, crisis counseling, grief counseling, and relationships.

Celeste Calvert

Associate Professional Counselor

About

Celeste received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University. Celeste has also pursued training through the Gottman Institute and Prepare/Enrich to facilitate her work with couples. Additionally, Celeste is trained in EMDR, a therapeutic technique designed to help people struggling to process trauma.

Celeste has a holistic and systemic approach to therapy with the goal of helping clients achieve mental and physical wellness. She believes strongly in incorporating the client’s beliefs, value systems, and cultural identity into therapy.

Celeste’s experience in both hospital outpatient and private practice settings has provided her with a broad range of experience that is reflected in her eclectic therapeutic approach, allowing her to draw from a number of theoretical perspectives to accommodate the diverse needs of her clients. Celeste works with teens, adults, and couples to address a variety of concerns such as anxiety, depression, communication skills, conflict resolution, and stress management.

Celeste is currently under the supervision of Jennifer Wilmoth, LMFT.

Celeste received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University. Celeste has also pursued training through the Gottman Institute and Prepare/Enrich to facilitate her work with couples. Additionally, Celeste is trained in EMDR, a therapeutic technique designed to help people struggling to process trauma.

Celeste has a holistic and systemic approach to therapy with the goal of helping clients achieve mental and physical wellness. She believes strongly in incorporating the client’s beliefs, value systems, and cultural identity into therapy.

Celeste’s experience in both hospital outpatient and private practice settings has provided her with a broad range of experience that is reflected in her eclectic therapeutic approach, allowing her to draw from a number of theoretical perspectives to accommodate the diverse needs of her clients. Celeste works with teens, adults, and couples to address a variety of concerns such as anxiety, depression, communication skills, conflict resolution, and stress management.

Celeste is currently under the supervision of Jennifer Wilmoth, LMFT.

Lauren Pallay

LMFT

About

Starting therapy can feel daunting; the thought of talking about something uncomfortable, anxiety about what it'll be like, or not even knowing where to begin. Maybe you’re considering therapy because you're stressed or depressed from the pressures to do it all and want more meaning. Or desire self understanding and to explore how past experiences influence you. Maybe you want to develop the skills to feel more content in relationships. Or don’t want to worry so much about being liked. Maybe you've always struggled with depression or anxiety and want to finally find relief... These are just some of the challenges I love to support.

I’ve been described as down to earth, open-minded, and relational. I’m specialized in systems, considering how many factors including biology, psychology, social systems, and spirituality influence you. I see part of my role as a seeker, there to ask questions and offer curiosity, for you explore your experiences and ultimately make the progress you desire.

Starting therapy can feel daunting; the thought of talking about something uncomfortable, anxiety about what it'll be like, or not even knowing where to begin. Maybe you’re considering therapy because you're stressed or depressed from the pressures to do it all and want more meaning. Or desire self understanding and to explore how past experiences influence you. Maybe you want to develop the skills to feel more content in relationships. Or don’t want to worry so much about being liked. Maybe you've always struggled with depression or anxiety and want to finally find relief... These are just some of the challenges I love to support.

I’ve been described as down to earth, open-minded, and relational. I’m specialized in systems, considering how many factors including biology, psychology, social systems, and spirituality influence you. I see part of my role as a seeker, there to ask questions and offer curiosity, for you explore your experiences and ultimately make the progress you desire.