Our Therapists
Jennifer D. Vann, LMFT
Director of Services
Therapist

Jennifer holds a Masters Degree in Family Studies, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Kentucky.  She specializes in working with adolescents, young adults in transition, and family therapy.  Jennifer also works with high functioning adolescents with Aspergers in both individual and group settings.  She approaches counseling from a client–centered perspective using creative methods and a variety of therapeutic approaches to assist clients in finding individualized solutions. Jennifer enjoys watching people discover the power they have in their own lives to create meaningful change, and she is inspired by seeing families and relationships heal through the therapy process. Jennifer also enjoys giving presentations to schools and communities and helping parents explore ways to connect with their children in a genuine and meaningful way.  She provides counseling from a Christian perspective when it fits for her clients. Jennifer is an active member in the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy on both the local and state levels.    
To talk more with Jennifer or to set up an appointment you can reach her at 770-910-2753.

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Candy Rogers, LPC, NCC, ACS
Therapist

Candy Rogers, LPC, NCC, ACS specializes in therapy for individuals, families and couples as well as supervision of counselors seeking licensure. Currently serving as the Lead Counselor at the Nelson L. Price Treatment Center, a residential drug rehabilitation center for adolescents, as well as Site Supervisor for Argosy and Richmont University counseling interns, Candy has over 10 years of experience in the counseling and addiction recovery fields. As a graduate of Argosy University specializing in Counseling Psychology, she has specialized training in areas such as addiction recovery, couples and marital counseling, conflict resolution, communication, depression, life transitions and anger management. She engages in a reality-based, solution focused approach to therapy and believes the more skills one has, the more successfully they can navigate life’s twists and turns. Candy is an active member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia. To speak directly with Candy or to schedule an appointment, contact her at 678-509-5440.

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Shala Nicely, MS, LPC, NCC
Therapist

Shala Nicely is passionate about helping adults and adolescents take back their lives from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders, anxiety disorders, and depression. She uses a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach and has specialized training in exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy, the research-based therapy for OCD. She is a member of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), the Trichotillomania Learning Center (TLC), and the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF). She is the co-founder of OCD Georgia, the official Georgia affiliate of the IOCDF, and she served on the IOCDF National Conference Planning Committee from 2011-2014. Shala was the keynote speaker at the 2013 IOCDF national conference. She received an M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University, and you can learn more about Shala’s training and experience at www.shalanicely.com. Shala is under the clinical direction and supervision of Jennifer Vann, LMFT. To talk more with Shala or to set up an appointment you can reach her or her assistant, Clara, at 404-632-4804.

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Therese Wyatt, MS, LPC, NCC
Therapist

Therese holds a BA degree in Psychology form University of Tennessee and a MS degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. She enjoys working with adolescents, young adults and adult women of all ages struggling with anxiety, depression and past unresolved trauma. She has experience working with individuals and couples struggling with relationship issues. Therese recognizes that humans were made to be in relationship and believes many mental health and emotional issues stem from unhealthy relationships, with self or others.  Therese takes a holistic approach to counseling integrating the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of a client’s life. As an Adlerian Therapist, she uses a strengths based, positive approach to counseling. She is trained in trauma resolution and equine assisted psychotherapy, bringing a unique perspective into the office and counseling relationship. With appropriate tools and insight, clients can make changes, moving towards better mental health and healthier relationships. Therese brings a Christian perspective into counseling when it fits with the client’s beliefs and value system. She does, however, value and respect the rights and beliefs of all clients, regardless of their religious backgrounds. You can learn more about Therese's experience and pursuits and www.ThereseWyatt.com.  
To speak directly with Therese for more information or to schedule an appointment call  678-801-6201.

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Leslie Hall, MS, MA, LMFT
Therapist

Leslie graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as a Masters Degree in Theology. She has focused most of her therapeutic experience on working with children, adolescents, adults, and families from a Family Systems orientation. She believes that therapy provides a safe emotional, physical, and spiritual space to discover and walk through challenging experiences in order to identify and develop our authentic self. It is through this experience we are then able to truly enjoy living as our true selves while in relationship with others. Leslie’s practice consists of sessions in the office for children, adolescents, and adults as well as in-home therapy sessions for children and families. Leslie integrates her background in theology into the therapeutic experience when initiated by the client. She is a member of the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a clinical fellow member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.  
To talk more with Leslie or to set up an appointment, you can reach her at
678-888-2184.

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Jennifer Harbin, LPC, NCC
Therapist

Jennifer received her Bachelor’s of Science Suma Cum Laude in Social Sciences from Mercer University in 2010 and a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2013 from Mercer University as well. She has specialized training in Marriage and Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Faith-Based Counseling, and Narrative Therapy. Jennifer has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples with a variety of concerns such as, behavior problems, past trauma, self-esteem issues, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Her therapeutic perspective is existential and integrative. She draws a great deal of inspiration from some of the original innovators in therapeutic processes such as Alfred Adler, Virginia Satir, Victor Frankl, and Milton Erickson. She considers it an honor and a privilege to collaboratively work with clients as they discover their own internal strengths and make the choices they want for their lives. Jennifer enjoys teaching and has taught several undergraduate psychology courses. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys gardening and spending time with her two rescue dogs. Jennifer practices under the direction of Jennifer Vann, MFT and Thomas Burns, Ph.D, and under the supervision of David Lane, Ph.D, and Jennifer Vann, MFT. For more information, visit Jennifer’s website at www.marietta-therapist.com. To schedule an appointment or for questions, please call 678-371-9958 

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Nicki Line-Robbins, LAPC
Associate Therapist

Nicki Robbins specializes in helping individuals, couples, and families improve and cultivate healthy love and sex positive relationships. She earned her Bachelor's degree from North Georgia College and State University in Criminal Justice and earned her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. Nicki is currently enrolled in a Clinical Sexology doctoral program from the International Institute of Clinical Sexology under the supervision of Dr. Carol Clark with specializations in addiction and alternative lifestyles. In conjunction with her knowledge of sexual dysfunction and disorders, she has experience working with community based treatment (inpatient and outpatient), progress and substance addictions, working with survivors of sexual trauma, and experience with law enforcement and military populations. Nicki is kink aware, poly friendly, and knowledgeable with the LGBTQIA communities. Nicki uses evidence based treatment methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and EMDR with some eclectic interventions from other modalities. She works from a systems based perspective with individuals, couples, and families because behaviors do not occur in a vacuum. Nicki practices under the direction of Jennifer Vann, MFT and under supervision from Dr. Tequilla Hill-Hales, MFT, and Amanda Marks, LPC. For more information or to schedule an appointment with Nicki you can reach her at 678-964-4739 or relationship.positive.therapy@gmail.com

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Kevin Montgomery, LAPC
Associate Therapist

Kevin holds a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University and has been practicing since 2015. Kevin believes in utilizing a collaborative approach between client and therapist to explore existing concerns, evaluate strengths, and create an environment conducive to therapeutic growth. He has clinical experience working with a diverse group of clients with concerns including anxiety, depression, stress, adjustment difficulties, trauma, and suicidal ideation and has received specialized training in suicide-specific treatment and narrative therapy. Professionally, Kevin remains updated on suicide awareness, prevention efforts and emerging treatment methods in addition to integrated primary care treatment models. In his free time, he enjoys golf, the Atlanta Braves, and cooking. Kevin practices under the direction of Jennifer Vann, LMFT and Kim Brooks, LPC, CPCS, and under the supervision of Jennifer Vann, LMFT, and Kim Brooks, LPC, CPCS.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Kevin you can reach him at 470-378-0988.

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