My name is Abby Wesselmann, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. The population I serve is couples, families and individuals striving to improve their interpersonal relationships. I enjoy reading, spending time with my loved ones and doting on my animal. I cannot wait to show you how great therapy is going to be for you!
Akeem works with individuals from ages 16 to adulthood. He provides treatment for individuals who are dealing with daily life stressors no matter their diagnosis.
He believes that it is important for clients to be presented with a space to feel comfortable to be their authentic selves. Akeem enjoys making therapy sessions feel like a casual conversation without judgement or bias.
''A mentor once told me that my goal as a therapist is to assist in a client no longer needing my help and that is what I strive to do in every session.''
Brittany is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with anyone age 16+! She provides treatment for most mental health diagnoses, but tends to gravitate towards life transitions, OCD, BPD, anxiety and depression.
Brittany takes pride in providing a space for clients to be themselves and share the difficult life experiences they can't always share with others. What most clients value most about Brittany is her calm and warm presence in session. She makes sure Georgia Behavioral clients receive the best care and the company continues to run smoothly.
“Life can be hard. Sometimes people just need to know someone is there walking through the hard stuff with them and reminding them that the hard stuff isn't permanent stuff and it does not define who they are.”
My name is Heather Dimsdale, and I am an Administrative Assistant.
For fun, I enjoy reading, doing a DIY craft, planning my next adventure, or binge watching a series on Netflix. As always, I hope that you have a great session each visit!
Jamie, LMSW, is a dedicated Licensed Master Social Worker in Georgia who operates under direction and supervision, focusing on her role as a mental health therapist and educator at GBS. Jamie brings a wealth of experience and commitment to her practice.With a strong background in the mental health care industry, Jamie is highly skilled in various therapeutic interventions, including motivational interviewing, dialectical behavior therapy, and psychoeducational treatment. Her expertise extends to group therapy, crisis intervention, family therapy, LGBTQIA+ affirming care, and substance abuse counseling. As a HIPAA compliance officer, she ensures a secure and confidential environment for her clients.Jamie's passion for continuous learning is evident through her active engagement in ongoing research and staying abreast of the latest mental health resources. Her commitment to providing optimal treatment resources to clients and supporting fellow therapists reflects her dedication to the well-being of individuals and the community at large.Throughout her career, Jamie has facilitated numerous training sessions, showcasing her proficiency and leadership in the field. With a person-centered approach to crisis intervention and a history of contributing to the enrichment of mental health, Jamie remains a valuable asset in the realm of social work and therapy.
Works with children, pre teens, and teens between the ages of 5-18 years old. She also offers play therapy for her younger children.
At 28 years old, she has been working with kids and adolescents for 3 years now. She graduated from the University of the Cumberlands with a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a 4.0 GPA.
“Since I was in high school, I have had a passion to help kids and adolescents be the best version of themselves no matter their background or diagnosis. I am loving and compassionate and will do anything to help in any way that I can.”
Works with ages 13 and older, providing treatment for teens and adults dealing with life’s challenges.
She understands the importance of clients finding a counselor with whom they can connect in more ways than one. Her understanding of this led her to the reason why she pursued counseling.
“As a therapist, I believe it is important to walk in your purpose and I believe I do that every day. I realize that more people who look like me need to see us in these same spaces and recognize that mental health is something that we all deal with.”