Does your marriage need a boost? Are you struggling with finding the intimacy you once shared? Do you desire to continue to build upon the foundation you’ve already established in your marriage? If so, consider joining us for a half day marriage seminar. It will be held on Saturday January 21 from 9 am – 2 pm in our Stone Mountain office. The cost is $195 per couple and lunch will be provided. Topics include: forgiveness, communication, love languages, intimacy, and sex. This particular session with be Christian faith-based.
For more information or to register, contact one of the following:
Amanda Dance – email@example.com – 678-294-4028
Christina Alston – firstname.lastname@example.org – 678-926-4146
Space is very limited, so don’t delay!
Registration is currently open!
Christina Alston, MA, NCC earned a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. She is passionate about serving others and helping them achieve wellness holistically. Christina tailors sessions to each client’s individual needs. However, she often incorporates a blend of interpersonal and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques. Christina believes that having faith in something greater than oneself can lead to lasting change. Faith and spirituality can be an important tool in the counseling process. Although she has a strong Christian faith, Christina respects those with other beliefs and only incorporates faith and spirituality at the client’s request.
Christina has gained valuable clinical experience by working with clients struggling with eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Her clinical experience also includes clients with depression, anxiety, boundary issues, relationship problems, codependency, marital conflict, and life transitions. She is experienced in facilitating group therapy including process, psychoeducational, and skills groups with both adolescents and adults.
Amanda Dance, APC earned her M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, and her B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In her previous work as a Children’s Ministry Director and Director of Instruction, Amanda gained extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and families with various issues—including ADHD, behavioral issues, self-esteem concerns, childhood traumas, and parental counseling. Amanda has found Play Therapy techniques, Solution-Focused therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to be especially helpful with her clients. While children and adolescents are a specialty for her, she enjoys assisting clients in all stages of life and those of all types including individuals and couples.
Besides her calling to help others, and spending time with her family, Amanda admits that it is her relationship with God that gives her the greatest joy. She feels blessed and privileged to assist others in their journey to mental healing.