Staff | Marietta
Sunamita Tuple, LPC is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Georgia. Sunamita received a bachelor degree in Psychology from Emory University, a Master’s degree (1998) and Specialist in Education degree (2000), both in professional counseling, from Georgia State University and a Master degree in Christian Psychological Studies with a specialization in Sex Therapy (2005) from Richmont University. Sunamita is also a certified Prepare/Enrich counselor.
Sunamita has experience working in a hospital based setting as well as out-patient and private practice settings providing individual, group, couples and family therapy. Sunamita is passionate about relationship and family counseling, the important role that spirituality plays in our lives, women’s issues, issues of identity development and growth, self esteem, professional development, and adjustment and life transitions.
Sunamita’s areas of expertise include depression and bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders and stress management, addiction, dual diagnosis, sex therapy, issues of co-dependence, issues of communication and boundaries, and grief and loss.
“I believe, in each of us, there is an inherent need to be understood and accepted. I believe psychotherapy involves building a caring relationship in which clients feel safe and at ease. My goal for our time together is to help you better understand yourself, understand patters behind the choices you make and equip you with coping skills that will enable you to more effectively deal with life stressors.Sunamita sees clients at our Dunwoody and Marietta locations. To schedule an appointment with Sunamita call 770-744-5055.
Meghan Ready, LMFT, holds a MA in counseling from Columbia International University and a BS in psychology from North Greenville University. Meghan has experience working with adults, couples, families, adolescents and children. Meghan has worked with adults with complicated grief, secondary trauma, relational issues, and parenting difficulties. Additionally, Meghan has worked with children and adolescents dealing with anxiety, depression, ADHD, and behavioral issues. Meghan has specialized training in working with high conflict families, children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, and children with problematic sexual behaviors.
Meghan is passionate about working with family systems and helping individuals improve their relationships with those around them, whether those relationships are child/parent relationships, romantic partnerships, or simply how one interacts with the world in general. To schedule an appointment with Meghan call 770-744-5055 or email at Meghan@capstoneatlanta.com. Meghan accepts Tri-care insurance.
Lori has specialized training in and experience with eating disorders, betrayal and relational trauma, as well as depression, anxiety and substance abuse. She is also certified as a Gottman Level 1 couples counselor. She takes a diverse therapeutic approach tailored to the wants and needs of her clients. She draws from behavioral therapies, as well as interpersonal and client-centered interventions to help her clients gain insight and implement a plan to overcome their life challenges. She also enjoys working with clients who consider faith to be an integral part of their worldview.
“I am constantly amazed at how people can live through really difficult experiences and still be determined to improve themselves and their circumstances. I strive to honor the humanity in everyone I encounter and love to help my clients identify and access their innate strengths and build on them.”
To schedule an appointment with Lori, call 770-744-5055 ext. 801. Lori works under the clinical supervision of Terry Freeman, MS, MAC, LPC, CPCS.