Meet the Team

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.

Anthony Jackson

Anthony Jackson

Meet Anthony Jackson, known affectionately as "Anthony J.," a distinguished clinical mental health counselor celebrated as "the unconventional therapist." His guiding philosophy revolves around the belief that therapy is a transformative journey, unveiling the authentic self and paving the way for healing, mental well-being, and balance. Drawing inspiration from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered, and solution-focused brief therapy, he weaves together a tapestry of therapeutic techniques to create a holistic and individualized healing experience. He creates a secure and empathetic space for clients to unpack their struggles, fostering an environment conducive to growth and self-discovery.

Recently earning his Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fort Valley State University, Anthony J. is poised for the next chapter in his professional journey. Looking ahead, he envisions embarking on a doctoral path in counselor education and supervision, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to advancing the field and contributing to the development of future mental health professionals.

African American LGBTQ issues
Mood disorders
Substance abuse
Life transitions: divorce/grief, workplace stress
Adults with depression, anxiety, and trauma.
Family/Couples Therapy: infidelity, parenting, family violence.
Children (ages 10-17): adolescent development, behavior issues (anger management), self-esteem issues.
LGBTQ issues and men's mental health.