Dr. Adrienne D. White, CEO -PhD, LPC, MAC, CAMS, ACS, NCC
Dr. White is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia with additional studies in Marriage and family therapy as well as a certification for Prepare Enrich Premarital Counseling.
She completed her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at Mercer University. She holds credentials as a Master's Addiction Counselor, Certified Anger Management Specialist, Approved Clinical Supervisor, and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Dr. White has been a Red Cross Volunteer for the past 3 years, facilitating Reconnection Workshops with Services to Military Personnel and Families.
Scheduling: (404) 834- 3971
Ramona "Mona" Wimberly, LAPC
Ramona is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor. She specializes in counseling Veterans, Adults, and Adolescents with Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, Negative Life Patterns, PTSD, Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem, Separation/Divorce, Sleep Disorders, Stress Management, and Transitions. Ramona is a United States Air Force Veteran and her love of helping others learn to live their best life inspired her to become a counselor. She received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Troy University in Montgomery, Alabama and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Mercer University here in Atlanta, Georgia. Ramona values the therapist-client relationship and believes counseling is a great way to make positive, long-term changes in an individual's life. She believes the client is the expert in their life and her therapeutic interventions enables them to tap into undiscovered talents and abilities to achieve their goals.
Karen D. Sutton, LCSW
Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of combined social welfare, direct practice and managed care experience; able to provide clinical supervision. She is wholly committed to the psychosocial well-being of all with an emphasis on treating children, adolescents and families. Karen is focused on addressing issues of abuse, neglect, depression, grief, loss and trauma along with providing community education around important social issues impacting the family.
Scarlett Chatman, Psychology Intern
Scarlet's experience includes adults with severe mental illness, children with emotional/behavioral challenges, developmentally disabilities and family abuse/neglect. Her experiences, both personal and professional, have instilled a deep passion for multiculturalism, military families, veterans and those suffering with depression. She received her B.S. in Psychology from Ashford University, and her future goals include plans to obtain her doctorate in a related field. In her spare time she enjoys taking spontaneous road-trips, crochet, yoga, cross-stitching, trail walking, Netflix binging, music, and solving the world’s problems over a great meal with family and friends.
Zahra Mustan, Psychology Assistant
Zahra Mustan was born and raised in Singapore and recently moved to the United States from Canada. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from SUNY Buffalo and aspires to further her studies in Forensic Psychology in the near future. Aside from working at Adrienne White Therapy Group, she gives time to her own glass recycling company which she co-founded with her husband. In her free time, she enjoys reading books on spirituality and alternative-healing techniques & catching up on some much needed sleep!
Kenika Holloway LPC, PHD-ABD
Kenika Holloway is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned a B.S. in Spanish with a minor in Anthropology from Florida A & M University. She obtained her Master's degree in Community Counseling from Mercer University where she is also pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision. Her clinical experiences include providing services to children, adolescents, adults and families including group work and couples counseling. She specializes in life transitions, substance abuse, depression, stress and anxiety, grief and loss, blended families, re-entry, and anger management. She has a special interest in counselor development, cultural diversity, families, adoption and the holistic health of individuals. Kenika has given presentations to the Georgia Center for Resources and Support for adoptive and foster parents on Post Adoption Depression, Adoption and Family Ghosts and Managing Parental Stress. Kenika is an adjunct professor and supervises counselors in training. She also loves to travel to enhance her cultural awareness and she enjoys teaching Spanish to children.
"Kayla Short is a Marriage and Family Therapist working toward licensure in the state of Georgia. She is a graduate of the Mercer University School of Medicine’s Family Therapy program. Her additional credentials include completion of Gottman Couples Therapy Levels 1 and 2. Kayla is dedicated to helping children, adolescents, and adults address issues of anxiety, depression, self-esteem, grief and loss, anger management, premarital counseling, separation/divorce, and relationship issues. She works from a narrative theoretical perspective which places the focus of therapy on empowering the identity of the individual as separate from the perceived problem while building on personal strengths and positive relationships to achieve a fulfilling life. In her free time, she enjoys painting and various art projects, growing spiritually, taking care of her puppy, and spending time with friends and family."