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5301 Snapfinger Park Drive, Decatur GA 30035

One block north on the Panola Road exit off I-20. Click here for a map of our location 

Mental Health Emergency?

Mental health emergencies, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line, available 24/7.

Georgia Crisis and Access Line

http://www.mygcal.com/

1-800-715-4225

Clinical Services

Kinga Rose Sherrill, LPC
Director

Kinga Rose Sherrill, LPC
Director

Earned Master's degree in Community Counseling from Georgia State University in 1986, licensed since 1990. —Working with deaf and hard of hearing since 1994. —Wide range of experience and specialized trainings. —Member of the National Board of Certified Counselors and the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia. She is certified as a professional counselor supervisor.

Assessments and Evaluations - to gather information and determine treatment goals and plan.

  • Mental Health Evaluations for treatment, Courts, School Systems
  • Substance abuse screenings
  • Risk assessments
  • Family Violence/Domestic Violence Intervention assessments

Individual counseling is direct one on one personal contact/discussion between therapist and client to help solve behavioral and other psychological problems.

Family and Couples Counseling helps families and/or couples to address and solve problems and/or issues they have with each other and the relationship.

Personal/Social Adjustment Training focuses on improving client’s personal and social skills and behaviors to help them achieve vocational/work goals.

Parenting Skills Counseling helps with parents and families to improve communication, discipline, and interactions.

Anger Management Training helps clients learn and practice new ways to recognize triggers to stress or anger, and new ways to manage the triggers before problems arise.

Substance Abuse Assessments and Counseling assists clients committed to achieve sobriety through the recovery process.

Group Therapy assists individuals to work through personal issues in a confidential, therapeutic setting with others, providing experiences which may be translated to "real life".

Domestic Violence Intervention aids deaf or hard of hearing consumers who are court-ordered to domestic violence treatment due to emotional, verbal or physical abuse. Upon successful completion of the program, a formal report is submitted to the courts.

Vocational Services

Michael La Chance
Program Director

—Raised by Deaf family

  • —Over 18+ years’ experience in Job Coaching, Job Readiness Training, Job Placement and Personal Social Adjustment
  • —Self-Entrepreneur
  • —Involved with over 40+years in connection with Deaf communities
  • —Deaf Interpreter

Through our relationship with GA Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, we help people learn and practice the skills necessary to find and keep gainful employment.

—Job Coaching

—Job Readiness Training

—Personal Social Adjustment

—Work Adjustment Training

Donna Harris, MSW
Program Director

  • —More than twenty-five years working with children and families through various avenues of social work.
  • Worked with children who are deaf and hard of hearing as well as volunteering in the deaf community since 1993.
  • —Developed and provided trainings for families, personnel and community regarding various topics such as customer service within schools and businesses, parent partnerships and engaging fathers.
  • —Strong advocate for parent engagement, family relationships and community connections.

Office Administration

Selena Robinson
Office Administrator

  • —Working with deaf and hard of hearing since 1996.
  • Ten years of experience as an American Sign Language interpreter.
  • —Over 15 years of experience as a tax accountant and auditor.
  • —Handles office billing procedures, patient scheduling, payroll, and tax issues.