Martha Selph is a Licensed Masters Social Worker with a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families in individual and group settings. She has worked with various issues including depression, anxiety, behavior issues, trauma, and crisis management. Martha’s foundations in her practice are derived from Evidence-Based theoretical models such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Strengths Perspective, Solution Focused (SFT), Play Therapy techniques, and Client-Centered Therapy.
Martha believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship and her goal is to help normalize the therapy experience while providing a compassionate and supportive environment. She is passionate about helping people work through life’s challenges and helping them to identify their own strengths and resources so that they may be empowered for future obstacles.
Wyndie Burke has spent her adult working life assisting families in need. Since moving to Georgia, she has worked for more than eight years in child welfare and social services, assisting children and families as a lay guardian ad litem to ensure that the needs of abused and neglected children were represented and given the opportunity to thrive in a safe environment. Wyndie is passionate about helping families overcome difficult obstacles and learn the parenting skills necessary to create nurturing and safe homes for children.
Kaysi Tucker has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services, Delivery & Administration from the University of North Georgia. She also holds an Associate of Arts degree in Psychology. She has worked in child welfare and social services for over 5 years now. Kaysi has a passion for providing support and assisting families who are involved with DFCS. She believes that if she can help her clients to feel heard, validated & encouraged they can then go on to growing into who they truly want to be. She believes in meeting people where they are in life with compassion & empathy. Kaysi provides her clients with the tools needed to reunify the family and to live life to its fullest potential. Kaysi Collaborates with case managers, other contractors and community partners to ensure effective treatment and case collaboration, she advocates for the benefit and well-being of the children and families she is serving.
Terri is an APC candidate, working on her Georgia Counseling License. She is a veteran school counselor, having worked 23 years in public schools. She has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Master’s in counseling, a Master’s in Leadership and Supervision, and a PhD in Psychology. Her specialties are counseling children and adolescents, families, and parents that seek help with parenting skills. She has extensive training in play therapy and uses a cognitive based foundation when counseling.
Alison has always had a passion for helping others.
Her desire is to help others find hope and healing, grace and purpose. Alison received her Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of North Georgia and minor in Human Services and administration, she received her Master's in Professional Counseling from Truett McConnell University. Alison understands the importance of the therapeutic relationship. She believes in offering a place to share, grow, and reflect to find restoration. Her objective is to offer compassion, empathy, advocation and accountability. Alison applies a tailored treatment style, through use of different intervention methods and theoretical approaches to help clients identify and achieve their goals.
Alison has gained experience through her work with a mentorship program with children and adolescents experiencing adversities through her undergraduate experience. Prior to graduate school, Alison served in youth ministry and participated in serving the community through non-profit organizations and local outreach.
Amber is passionate about her work with children, teens, and adults while using a holistic approach to counseling interventions. Amber uses elements of CBT and DBT to meet clients right where they are with various planned or unplanned life changes to help her clients feel supported and safe as well as empowered to achieve their goals. Amber believes that each person has the ability to meet their goals inside of them already and partners with her clients to help them to pull their strengths and talents out and put them into motion. Amber provides counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Amber also partners with individuals and families to complete assessments for the Department of Family and Children Services to assess for domestic violence, substance use, and parenting to help clients understand an accurate representation of their strengths and needs. Amber has a background in child welfare, abuse and neglect, foster care, nonprofits, schools, and working with individuals experiencing homelessness. Amber is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) with a masters degree in Social Work from the University of Alabama and a bachelors degree from Auburn University in Human Developmnent and Family Studies. For the record, she shouts “War Eagle" only. When not working, Amber enjoys spending time with her husband and their two dogs getting outside and exploring the north Georgia mountains.
Tysh Roberts earned her Rehabilitation Services Bachelors from the University of Florida, and her Masters, Teaching Exceptional Students with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis, at the University of West Florida. She has taught for over 17 years from preschool to middle grades, specializing in Special Education, specifically Autism and behaviors. She has years of experience working with children, parents, and families helping them with strategies and supports for school, home, and community life. Tysh is passionate about supporting and educating caregivers and clients so that all children, regardless of abilities, live a meaningful life.