Maggie provides compassionate and nonjudgmental support to clients and their families to help the difficult times they are experiencing feel less painful and more manageable. She provides clients with encouragement, resources and skills to help clients identify and connect with their strengths, overcome challenges, and experience personal growth.
In addition to her work with clients Maggie teaches graduate level counseling courses and provides clinical supervision to developing counselors. She is also proud to serve as a board member of the Georgia State University Play Therapy Training Institute.
Works with: children, teens, young adults, parents
Specializes in: play therapy, childhood social and behavior issues, anger, trauma, parenting, childhood anxiety