Therapy for Students & Young Professionals

At Heal ATL Counseling and Wellness, I welcome females from age 15 + and at whatever stage of life to counseling. Additionally, I specialize in helping female college students and young professionals, in their 20s & 30s navigate life transitions.

Whether you are a sophomore in college, in between goals or a young professional at the beginning of your career, I am here to help you navigate the challenges you may be facing and work together on your personal goals. I want you to strive!

From the outside you seem to have it all together. Inside you may be feeling down, trapped, lost, and lonely despite not being alone. After achieving some life goals you’re left wondering: now what? Maybe you successfully made it through school and into your early career, but it’s not what you were hoping for. Maybe you’re torn between wanting a relationship and wanting to remain fiercely independent, or you want a partner but the idea of dating is terrifying. Perhaps you’re in a relationship but you still feel lonely. Something’s missing, but you’re not sure what.  You may be struggling with self confidence or self image?

I help young female professionals in their 20’s and 30’s navigate these dilemmas. In our sessions, we will dig into what makes you tick, what you value, your strengths, what you hope and long for, what you’ve been afraid to reach for and what you’ve been settling for instead. I use different approaches, always remaining solution focused. You will leave sessions feeling supported and have tangible take-aways to implement in your daily life.


If you are college student or young professional in the Metro Atlanta area, I am here to assist you with problems concerning college, work and life:

Academia-related Stress

Academic Probation Issues

Academic-related Emotional Supportive Coaching

Adjusting to a new town or work environment

Anger & Aggression


Body Image Problems


Career Development

College Drop Out – Wanting to Return?

Dating Issues


Developing networking skills

Difficulties with co-workers and business associates

Difficulties with public speaking and presentations

Eating Disorders

Family Problems at Home while You’re in School

Feeling underappreciated by your boss or management

Freshmen Anxiety

Graduate Student Stress

High stress


Issues with concentration and adult ADHD

Low confidence or low self-esteem

Low motivation and low energy

Managing a healthy work-life balance

Not feeling satisfied and fulfilled by your work

Parent’s Divorce while You’re in School



Relationship issues

Self-Confidence Issues



Senior Graduation Anxiety

Setting and maintaining boundaries

Social Anxiety

Strengthening organizational skills


Trouble developing a routine

Troubles with effectively communicating to co-workers and loved ones