|Rabeshia Byrd LAPC
Rabeshia Byrd is a licensed Professional Counselor, who graduated with a specialty in Child and Adolescent Therapy. Rabeshia recieved her masters from Richmont Therapy. Rabeshia completed her internships at Laurel Heights Hospital, in which she worked with children ages5-14, who struggled with anxiety disorder, conduct disorder, attachment disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder. At the inpatient hospital, Rabeshia worked with the youth in individual, family and group settings in order to foster youth an family empowerment by walking alongside the family and teaching new ways to effectively cope with lives struggles. Rabeshia also interned with her schools counseling program, Hope Counseling Center, with families, individuals , couples, and adolescents teaching skills for healthy communication, relationship building, stress management, and anger management to name a few. Rabeshia uses a variety of approaches to therapy, such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Play Therapy techniques, Brief Solution Focused Therapy to journey with clients through lives struggles and challenges.
Ashley N. Taylor LPC, NCC
Ashley N. Taylor is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Georgia and a nationally certified counselor. She received her MS in community Counseling from Mercer University after graduating from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a BS in psychology. She has counseling experience in the areas of anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, substance abuse, spirituality, anger management as well as other areas of concern. Her experience in group practice, outpatient substance abuse program within a non-profit setting has afforded her the opportunity to work with people from all walks of life. Christian spirituality, as well as languages from other belief systems, are implemented into counseling sessions at the request of clients.
Feeling the symptoms of chronic anxiety can alter your life. These symptoms may include: racing thoughts, difficulty sleepingchange in appetite, inability to focus, feelings of hopelessness, fatigue restlessness and more…
Whether you have suffered with these feelings for a long time or if they are a result of a recent major life event, there is help. Join Ashley N. Taylor LPC for an 8 week therapy group to help you begin recovering from anxiety. The groups will be kept small in size, with no more than 6 participants. This group will cover the following topics:
Triggers for anxiety (stress, life events, trauma, etc.)
Depression symptoms Medication: Is it right for you?
Role of spirituality and meditation
How to change your brain to experience peace
Investment: $360.00 for entire 8 week session (Payment plan available)
For more information, please contact Ashley at (404) 647-4808 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Tel: (404) 647- 4808
Cynthia Terry MSW
MA in Marriage & Family Therapy
Premarital Blended Families
Intimacy Anger Management
Value Clarification Grief & Loss
Cynthia was raised in Central New Jersey and moved to the Gwinnett, Georgia area over 10 years ago with her blended family. She has been married to her husband Steven for over 19 years. They have four grown children, one daughter-in-law and two grandson. Cynthia earned a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University, a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia. Cynthia is currently pursuing licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist; she is under the direction of Sherlena LaShay Dowley, LPC at Enduring Connections Counseling Group and supervision of Nikiya Spence, LCSW @Solutions of Life.
Cynthia has experience working with a wide variety of people and issues in her career in the counseling field. She has worked with families, married couples, premarital couples, adult individuals, and groups. Cynthia has worked her at Bethany Christian Services where she counseled couples and individuals going through the adoption process and struggles that are associated with children who have experienced trauma in their lives. At GROW Counseling, she gained experience working with women attempting to leave the life of prostitution and were making efforts to regain positive self-esteem, self-worth, and handle the trauma they have experienced. She likewise facilitated marital groups which worked on communication, intimacy, conflict, forgiveness, roles, and other issues pertaining to marriage. At The Hope Center, she worked with couples, families, and individuals, dealing with grief & loss, depression, self-esteem, spirituality, conflict, anger, self-worth, co-dependency, and boundaries.
Cynthia uses family systems, brief solutions, CBT, transgenerational, and a plethora of other theories that help her clients obtain the skills and tools they need. She operates under a collaborative approach where the client and the therapist work together throughout the therapeutic process. She is a Christian and utilizes as much or as little of word of God that an individual desires to incorporate in their counseling sessions. Cynthia's desire and heart is to give each person she comes in contact with a safe place to explore and express their thoughts and feelings without the impression of being judged or condemned, thereby allowing each individual the opportunity to grow and make the necessary changes that increase their ability to be more fulfilled in relationships
Email: [email protected]
Cynthia is a member of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), American Counseling Association (ACA), an is Prepare/Enriched Certified.