Atlanta, GA + Surrounding Areas
Ayana Gilham is a Board Certified National Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS), and a Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS-II); with over 15 years of experience providing counseling services in both inpatient and outpatient facilities, as well as community-based programs. Ayana specializes in working with clients affected by depression, mood disorders, trauma, behavior disorders, ADHD, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorder, personality disorders, anger management, and suicidal/ self- injurious behaviors. Ayana has experience working with children, adolescents, transitional age youth, adults, families, couples, and groups.
Ayana graduated from Argosy University- Atlanta with her Masters of Art in Community Counseling accompanied by a certification in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Ayana enjoys spending time with her family and friends especially her boys (son and dog), going to the beach, reading, making jewelry, and traveling.
Harry Scott Gordan, MS
Harry Gordon is Mental Health Clinician with a Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. Harry also holds a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Counseling Theory in Couple and Family Systems. Harry has a zest for helping young adolescents as evidenced by his work as a school teacher, coach and mentor. He has numerous years of experience with the children and adolescent population as he founded a youth summer camp for inner city at risk boys, coached basketball and baseball at Atlanta area recreation centers, started a Men of Distinction program at community schools. Harry believes that a systemic family approach will help troubled youth be engaging the entire family. Harry believes that young men need to understand who they are as men, what they can achieve, how to understand and control: their emotions, low self-esteem, drugs, gender identity issues and self-harm. He believes that young ladies need to understand their self-worth, the pitfalls of teen pregnancy, having positive relationships, gender identity and self-harm. In his spare time Harry spends time with family and friends, exercises and travels.
Rachel Terrell-Boodram, LAPC
Rachel L. Terrell-Boodram is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor with a Master of Arts degree from Argosy University. Rachel believes her authentic presence with her clients fosters a strong therapeutic alliance that quickly establishes rapport and trust. Rachel has experience with a wide range of clients and believes that her personal strengths of connectedness and empathy combined with evidenced-based person-centered therapies have been very effective in clients with trauma, anxiety, depression combined with other cognitive restructuring interventions. Rachel enjoys promoting advocacy, mediating family conflicts and helping to establish better communications and helpful family dynamics. Rachel’s hobbies include finding new vegetarian/vegan recipes, enjoying music, museums, local street festivals, horse-back riding and traveling to the Caribbean.
Jennifer Walker, LCSW
Jennifer Walker is a licensed clinical social worker with a master of social work degree from Savannah state university. She has a unique passion for empowering, inspiring, and motivating others to achieve their dreams. Life experience, education, and determination ultimately inspired her to become a "Change agent". Over the past twenty years, Jennifer has served children, families, and communities as a certified school social worker, executive board member for the school social worker association of Georgia, national presenter for the national drop out prevention center, non-profit board chair for feed the city, field liaison for fort valley state university, success coach, mentor, CEO for jk marketing, and community clinician for mental health agencies. Jennifer uses a strengths-based, client-centered, and humanistic approach to assist teens and families to reach therapeutic goals while using CBT techniques. Jennifer enjoys working with children and families facing transitions and conflict. She strives to make a difference in the world with her "Out of the box" style. Ms. Walker's goal is to be genuine yet a realistic catalyst that will empower youth to regain their confidence and move past the obstacles in their lives.