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
email: [email protected]
Jane Green, LMFT
Jane Green is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has over 20 years experience as an individual, couple and family therapist.
She hold a BS from Purdue University and a Masters and Educational Specialist from Georgia State University. Jane specializes in working with anxiety,depression, communication difficulties developmental and life cycle challenges. Jane has extensive experience working with children, adolescents and their families.
Jane engages with children ages 3 and up using play therapy. Through play a child can work out issues that may be too difficult to put into words.
Orville E. Jackson, MS LPC
B.S., Georgia State University, Psychology
M.S., Mercer University, Community Counseling
Orville is an established clinician that has over ten plus years of experience in the mental health, addiction, and behavioral health fields. He has worked with a broad range of clients with a various diagnosis in the delivery of both individual and group therapy. Orville also has experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as conducting mobile assessments and community-based crisis management services. In addition to direct clinical services, Orville has worked in various leadership and case management roles. Orville has also worked as an adjunct instructor at Mercer University at the Atlanta, Douglas, and Henry county campuses.
Orville joins the Dr. White Therapy Group to work with men who are seeking help to deal with men’s issues. Orville is especially passionate about this area due to his own personal journey that has influenced him professionally. Orville’s approach to counseling is heavily influenced by a person-centered approach that incorporates reality and solution focused strategies that help men become authentic and balanced.
Scarlet Chatman, LAPC
"At an early age I spent hours listening to people talk about the transitions, traumas, and troubles in their life as I played just out of ear’s reach (or so they thought). From there a passion for people was ignited. I specialize in helping individuals cope with transitions, trauma, and trouble using a variety of approaches that let you to take the lead, becoming your own expert while I serve as a personal consultant helping you get to your best life and your best self. Call for a free 10 minute phone consultation prior to scheduling a session. I'd love to speak with you soon about becoming your counselor."
Scarlet's experience includes adults with severe mental illness, children with emotional/behavioral challenges, developmentally disabilities and family abuse/neglect. Her personal and professional experiences have instilled a deep passion for multiculturalism, military families, veterans and those suffering with depression. She received her M.S. from Walden University with future goals 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 bingeing, music, and solving the world’s problems over a great meal with family and friends. Scarlet is an Associate Professional Counselor working under the direction and supervision of Dr. Adrienne White, LPC with Dr. White Therapy Group.
Ramona Wimberly, MS, APC, NCC
Ramona is a licensed as an Associate Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She specializes in counseling Veterans, adults, and adolescents. Her passion is helping clients overcome marital difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and negative life patterns. Ramona is a United States Air Force Veteran and her love of helping others inspired her to become a counselor. She received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2014 from Troy University in Montgomery, Alabama and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia. She has served as an adjunct professor at Mercer University and Richmont Graduate University.
Flavia Almonte, MS
I am a bilingual (Spanish and English) master-level Marriage and Family Therapist working with clients exclusively via teletherapy. I offer a convenient evening schedule for clients with families and/or busy day-time schedules. I am passionate about working with diverse families from racial and sexual minorities. The bulk of my clinical training and experience is centered around young adults and couples. Whether you need support navigating life and your relationships with your children, partner(s), co-workers, or friends, I strive to provide a gentle and non-judgmental space. I'll work with you to explore your issues, and work towards envisioning a fulfilling and lasting future. Lastly, I invite my clients to experience their emotions in session and encourage courageous and transformative conversations. I am currently under the supervision of Dr. Manguku Akinyela, LMFT and the direction of Dr. Adrienne White.
Siamoiya Turman, MS
Siamoiya Turman completed her master's degree in Family Counseling at The University of West Alabama. She received her bachelor's degree in political science from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Due to her coming from a military family, Siamoiya hopes to be able to help military personnel and their families as well as other couples, families, and individuals. Siamoiya has a strong belief in diversity and looks to working with clients from a variety of different cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.
Darius Washington is a pre-licensed therapist in the state of Georgia with his Masters of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University.
Darius specialized in clients that are misrepresented and underserved. Populations that He has a passion for include serving people of color, marginalized populations, and adolescents with having a niche for various backgrounds. He has experience in couples, families, and groups. Also, he has experience with anxiety, depression, life adjustment, and severe & persistent mental illness. Darius uses cultural competence and empathetic understanding, and meets the clients halfway in order to yield trackable and measurable treatment results.
Savannah I. Greene
A qualified sign language interpreter in the Atlanta area, realized her passion for sign language back in 2010 while pursuing a medical degree. She graduated with high honors while 8 months pregnant from Georgia Perimeter College with a Sign Language Interpreting Degree in 2014. Surprisingly the very next day she was hired as a support interpreter for deaf/blind community at a rehab facility in Cave Springs, Ga. Elated to be already working in her field doing what she loved and using her Tactile interpretation skills, she was able to be educated on a wide range of communication and occupational therapy skills to add. Ms. Greene, mother of two, freelance interpreter advocates for many causes of her community. Inclusion for the Deaf, domestic violence for men and women (Talk about it with Terplyfe) and she is a huge supporter of child abuse organizations. Determined, she achieves all of this while being a radio host and partner of "Queens on a Mission Radio", who strives to reach all communities especially in the last two years adding asl to the entire movement. Her current projects are : Community Corner