Counselors, Social workers, Therapists

Dorothea Lotze, Executive Director (she/her)

LMFT, M.Div.

Dorothea Lotze-Kola is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Pastoral Counselor. She works with individuals, couples, groups and families. She specializes in: Spiritually integrated psychotherapy (SIP), mindfulness and body movement (Yoga), trauma, grief, life transitions and personal growth, marital conflict and growth, stress and transitions in families, and immigration related stress.

Nineshia Mont-Reynaud, Clinical Director (she/her)


Nineshia is a licensed professional counselor with over 12 years of experience. She works with childhood anxiety disorders(6 years and older), and adults providing individual, couples, and group therapy. She specializes in: Anxiety and Trauma Disorders,  Depression, Military Family Life Issues, Postpartum Depression, and Clinical Supervision.

Anne-Marie Bruton (she/her)


Anne-Marie is a psychotherapist with clinical experience at Peachford Hospital, Winn Way Medical Center, and in private practice. Anne-Marie works with individuals, couples, and groups. She specializes in: Depression, Anxiety, Women’s Issues, Personal Growth, Grief, Trauma, PTSD, and Parenting Counseling.

Travis Webster, Clergy Specialist (he/him)

LMFT, Th.D Student

Travis is an ordained pastor and has served Presbyterian Church (USA) congregations in Pennsylvania and South Carolina. He recently completed counseling residency and is currently pursuing a Th.D. in pastoral counseling through Columbia Theological Seminary. Travis specializes in: spiritual support for clergy and seminarians, and facilitates Prepare/Enrich pre-marital counseling.

Marcus Price (he/him)


Marcus earned his Master of Social Work from the Smith College School for Social Work and his Master of Divinity from the Interdenominational Theological Center. He has experience in chaplaincy and community mental health, supporting African American men and LGBTQ populations with a range of life concerns and challenges. He works with individuals, couples, and groups. Marcus specializes in: Couples, Men’s issues, LGBTQ+ issues, Intergenerational Trauma, Grief and Loss, Depression/Anxiety, Life Purpose Clarification, Attachment Issues, and Theological/Spiritual concerns.

Stephanie Featherston (she/her)

M.Div., Ed.S, LPC

Stephanie is a licensed Professional Counselor with more than 8 years of experience in mental health. She has worked with people with various struggles from many different cultures and walks of life. Stephanie has a Master of Divinity degree and enjoys helping people explore how their spirituality fits into their overall story and healing. Specialties: Individuals, Trauma, and Depression.

Erma Croom (she/her)

D.Min, M.Div., LPC

Erma is an Associate Professional Counselor and Certified Pastoral Counselor who holds a Degree from Chicago Theological Seminary in conjunction with the Center for Religion and Psychotherapy.  Her aim  in counseling is to create and facilitate healing spaces and experiences for individuals and groups impacted by Trauma, Grief and Loss, Issues regarding aging/Life Transitions, Spiritual and/or Religious Issues  and Addiction.  Erma also has experience working with individuals struggling with Anxiety, Depression, and Relationship Issues.  Other interest include addressing the stigma associated with Mental Illness in the African-American Church and community. She also has experience working with individuals struggling with Anxiety, Depression, and Relationship Issues.

Dale Hinton (she/her)


Dale is a graduate of the University of Georgia where she received her Masters of Social Work in 2007. She began her career with the Women’s Resource Center for domestic violence survivors. She has experience with the HIV/AIDS community and works with individual, couples, and groups. Dale specializes in issues relating to women.

Dale is the proud mother of her four legged daughter, Cookie and grandmother to her 4 year old grandson.

Frank Inzan Owen (he/him)

M.A, Spiritual Care Provider

Frank Inzan Owen, M.A. is a Wayfarer of a Nature-oriented contemplative path shaped by certain features of Japanese spirituality and modern ecopsychology. A three-time published poet, with a M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, he facilitates a form of spiritual companioning influenced by the Jungian understanding of the soul, which he calls contemplative soulwork. He has been a practitioner of shinrin-yoku for many years.

Robert Wright (he/him)


Robert graduated from the University of Georgia, receiving his Master of Social Work degree. Robert has worked as a Social Worker in various capacities over his career. More recently, as a Counselor at the Fulton County Jail for six years, and currently the Clinical Supervisor of a Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program at Grady Memorial Hospital. While pursuing his graduate studies, Robert was a Program Coordinator of the UGA African American Male Initiative. As Program Coordinator, he supported African-American male students throughout their matriculation at the University of Georgia. He also has experience with the ex-offenders and works with individuals and groups. Robert specializes in: Anxiety, Men’s Issues, Personal Growth, and grief counseling.

Robert is a proud Georgia Bulldogs, Atlanta Falcons, and Atlanta Hawks fan.