Lynda Sarkisian

LMFT, LPC

About

Lynda is a dual board certified LPC and LMFT. Lynda received an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University in 2015. Lynda has been described as warm, nurturing, empathetic and encouraging. Lynda places a strong value on the client-therapist relationship and believes that this partnership is a vital component in the facilitation of healing, growth and change. Lynda sees clients in her Atlanta office weekly and offers telephone therapy to residents of Ga seeking professional counseling or marriage and family therapy. Lynda's office is located at 3495 Piedmont Rd. NE, Building 11, Ste. 708, located in the {Simplified} office suites. Please call or email for any questions or to schedule an appointment.
678-439-1871
therapywithlynda@gmail.com
lyndasarkisian.com

Lynda is a dual board certified LPC and LMFT. Lynda received an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University in 2015. Lynda has been described as warm, nurturing, empathetic and encouraging. Lynda places a strong value on the client-therapist relationship and believes that this partnership is a vital component in the facilitation of healing, growth and change. Lynda sees clients in her Atlanta office weekly and offers telephone therapy to residents of Ga seeking professional counseling or marriage and family therapy. Lynda's office is located at 3495 Piedmont Rd. NE, Building 11, Ste. 708, located in the {Simplified} office suites. Please call or email for any questions or to schedule an appointment.
678-439-1871
therapywithlynda@gmail.com
lyndasarkisian.com

Shelley Collier

LAPC

About

My mode for counseling stems from the desire to find the place of compassion within everyone’s story. We are all broken people in need of healing, but often our own judgements of ourselves prevents us from seeing the places we need love and insight. Therapy offers a safe space to process emotions and thoughts. Here, we are all able to uncover the root cause for the issues in our lives.
I work from a trauma-informed perspective, working through current issues and the deeper beliefs, thoughts and emotions that influence our choices. I specialize in boundary work, anxiety, depression, relationships, life transition, death and grief, spirituality issues, substance use, adjustment to change and changing cultures. I enjoy working with clients of all ages and approach counseling from a multicultural perspective. I also provide counseling with christian values and provide counseling without based on client’s preference and value system. I look forward to meeting you!

My mode for counseling stems from the desire to find the place of compassion within everyone’s story. We are all broken people in need of healing, but often our own judgements of ourselves prevents us from seeing the places we need love and insight. Therapy offers a safe space to process emotions and thoughts. Here, we are all able to uncover the root cause for the issues in our lives.
I work from a trauma-informed perspective, working through current issues and the deeper beliefs, thoughts and emotions that influence our choices. I specialize in boundary work, anxiety, depression, relationships, life transition, death and grief, spirituality issues, substance use, adjustment to change and changing cultures. I enjoy working with clients of all ages and approach counseling from a multicultural perspective. I also provide counseling with christian values and provide counseling without based on client’s preference and value system. I look forward to meeting you!

Courtney Woodworth

APC

About

When life becomes overwhelming or filled with uncertainty, we all deserve a space to talk with someone who will not judge or shame us but who will walk alongside us as we figure it out. I believe that healing happens in connection, and we aren’t designed to figure it all out alone.

I value creating a safe and non-judgemental environment so my clients so they feel safe and comfortable when sharing their stories. I work primarily with trauma-related concerns, anxiety/ panic disorders, and depression.

Reaching out for support is an act of courage, and I admire the bravery it takes to consider counseling. My hope for you is that through the therapeutic process, you can be equipped with the tools to engage in a life that feels not only manageable but also more meaningful and fulfilling.

When life becomes overwhelming or filled with uncertainty, we all deserve a space to talk with someone who will not judge or shame us but who will walk alongside us as we figure it out. I believe that healing happens in connection, and we aren’t designed to figure it all out alone.

I value creating a safe and non-judgemental environment so my clients so they feel safe and comfortable when sharing their stories. I work primarily with trauma-related concerns, anxiety/ panic disorders, and depression.

Reaching out for support is an act of courage, and I admire the bravery it takes to consider counseling. My hope for you is that through the therapeutic process, you can be equipped with the tools to engage in a life that feels not only manageable but also more meaningful and fulfilling.

Mazi Robinson

LPC

About

Mazi Robinson is a licensed professional counselor and speaker specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self worth/self esteem challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions.

In addition to her work as a therapist, Mazi maintains an active speaking schedule presenting workshops on topics such as anxiety, healing, self worth, healthy relationships, personal growth, and purposeful living. She is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator presenting workshops and retreats based on the research and methodology of Dr. Brené Brown to individuals and groups.

Mazi is the Founder and Director of Cultivate. Through its counseling center and bi-monthly gatherings, Cultivate encourages women to cultivate joy, courage, and freedom in their lives as they pursue emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

Mazi resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two sons. She is an avid FRIENDS fan, loves dinner on a porch with friends, and is passionate about telling women they are loved and worthy.

Mazi Robinson is a licensed professional counselor and speaker specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self worth/self esteem challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions.

In addition to her work as a therapist, Mazi maintains an active speaking schedule presenting workshops on topics such as anxiety, healing, self worth, healthy relationships, personal growth, and purposeful living. She is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator presenting workshops and retreats based on the research and methodology of Dr. Brené Brown to individuals and groups.

Mazi is the Founder and Director of Cultivate. Through its counseling center and bi-monthly gatherings, Cultivate encourages women to cultivate joy, courage, and freedom in their lives as they pursue emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

Mazi resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two sons. She is an avid FRIENDS fan, loves dinner on a porch with friends, and is passionate about telling women they are loved and worthy.

Jennie Armstrong

Professional counseling

About

Dr. Jennie Armstrong is a Licensed Professional Counselor, who provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families. She graduated as a Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation and Leadership from Portland Seminary of George Fox University. She holds a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, with certifications in Christian Sex Therapy and Spirituality and Counseling, from Richmont Graduate University. She received a certification in Spiritual Formation with the London Cohort of the Renovaré Institute for Spiritual Formation. Jennie is a certified Facilitator for Prepare Enrich Pre-marital Counseling Program. She is certified in Christian Sex Education from the Christian Association of Sexual Educators. She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Armstrong is devoted to using the tools of Christian psychotherapy, prayer ministry, and spiritual formational resources to help individuals discover a deeper relationship with God in the midst of their life struggles. She is dedicated to the continual development of excellent, individualized clinical services for her clients. Jennie’s special interest areas include spiritual formation, anxiety, depression, understanding identity and self-concept, communication skills, sexual concerns, career development, spiritual growth, relationship counseling, conflict skills, life transitions, women’s health, student challenges, time management, stress-related issues, pre-engagement counseling, and pre-marital counseling.

Dr. Jennie Armstrong is a Licensed Professional Counselor, who provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families. She graduated as a Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation and Leadership from Portland Seminary of George Fox University. She holds a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, with certifications in Christian Sex Therapy and Spirituality and Counseling, from Richmont Graduate University. She received a certification in Spiritual Formation with the London Cohort of the Renovaré Institute for Spiritual Formation. Jennie is a certified Facilitator for Prepare Enrich Pre-marital Counseling Program. She is certified in Christian Sex Education from the Christian Association of Sexual Educators. She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Armstrong is devoted to using the tools of Christian psychotherapy, prayer ministry, and spiritual formational resources to help individuals discover a deeper relationship with God in the midst of their life struggles. She is dedicated to the continual development of excellent, individualized clinical services for her clients. Jennie’s special interest areas include spiritual formation, anxiety, depression, understanding identity and self-concept, communication skills, sexual concerns, career development, spiritual growth, relationship counseling, conflict skills, life transitions, women’s health, student challenges, time management, stress-related issues, pre-engagement counseling, and pre-marital counseling.

Ali Arteaga

LPCC

About

Trauma has a way of disconnecting us from ourselves and others. And if you’re anything like my clients, that sense of disconnection feels impossible to shake. When they first start therapy, my clients feel dissatisfied and disoriented with where they find themselves. They struggle to trust themselves. They feel stuck in self-criticism and people-pleasing. They feel alone, longing for genuine connection belonging. And they feel broken. Like my clients, you deserve to untangle yourself from the trauma and harm you’ve endured. You deserve to feel at home within yourself. To feel authentic connection in your relationships. To feel free.

I love working with adults navigating life after trauma who feel chronically disconnected because I’ve been there. As a survivor of complex trauma, I get it on a level I just couldn’t without living through it. I’ve climbed out of the valleys of despair and hopelessness, and I know it’s possible to reclaim your voice, experience restoration, and thrive.

I believe connection is the catalyst to healing. I also believe we as humans are hardwired to heal. Sometimes we simply need a compassionate witness to guide us back to ourselves and help us find a meaningful path forward. My hope is that our work together will honor the uniqueness of your story and empower you to rediscover the goodness you already possess.

Trauma has a way of disconnecting us from ourselves and others. And if you’re anything like my clients, that sense of disconnection feels impossible to shake. When they first start therapy, my clients feel dissatisfied and disoriented with where they find themselves. They struggle to trust themselves. They feel stuck in self-criticism and people-pleasing. They feel alone, longing for genuine connection belonging. And they feel broken. Like my clients, you deserve to untangle yourself from the trauma and harm you’ve endured. You deserve to feel at home within yourself. To feel authentic connection in your relationships. To feel free.

I love working with adults navigating life after trauma who feel chronically disconnected because I’ve been there. As a survivor of complex trauma, I get it on a level I just couldn’t without living through it. I’ve climbed out of the valleys of despair and hopelessness, and I know it’s possible to reclaim your voice, experience restoration, and thrive.

I believe connection is the catalyst to healing. I also believe we as humans are hardwired to heal. Sometimes we simply need a compassionate witness to guide us back to ourselves and help us find a meaningful path forward. My hope is that our work together will honor the uniqueness of your story and empower you to rediscover the goodness you already possess.