Amanda Dance, LAPC 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.
To schedule an appointment with Amanda, call 770-744-5055. Amanda works under the clinical supervision of Terry Freeman, MS, MAC, LPC, CPCS.
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.
Joanna Goulding is a Masters Level Intern Counselor through Adams State University, in her final internship. Joanna is fluent in Spanish, and worked for a year as a counselor at CETPA, the largest Hispanic Mental Health Clinic in the Southeast. She also spent a year leading a peer support group for women impacted by betrayal trauma. Joanna has a passion for working with adults, teenagers and children (play therapy), struggling with Depression, Anxiety, Acute Stress, Behavior or Conduct disorders, Insomnia, Abuse and Trauma, while using evidence-based practices. She regularly incorporates creativity into her therapy sessions (music, art, games, etc.). Joanna’s undergraduate work in Human Biology and Chemistry helps her identify biochemical and nutritional links to behavior and emotional problems. She also enjoys working from a faith-based perspective when desired. Her goal is to help you feel like yourself again, and live your best life!
Call 770-744-5055 or email Joanna@capstoneatlanta.com today to schedule an appointment with Joanna.