Villa Rica

Villa Rica

jennifer-forristerJennifer Forrister MS, LPC

Jennifer specializes in treating mood disorders, including depression and anxiety, as well as Bipolar Disorder. She provides Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to those struggling with personality disorders or to individuals who struggle to manage painful emotions. She assists clients through painful or stressful life transitions. She also supports clients in improving assertiveness skills and overcoming codependency.


jennifer-grizzardJennifer Grizzard MS, LPC

Jennifer Grizzard is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides comprehensive mental health services to children, adolescents and families.  She has practicing in this field since 1998, when she began working with adults and seniors who were experiencing difficulties associated with complex life situations.  Through this experience she began exploring many of the “difficulties” her adult clients were struggling with and found they were actually struggles they had been dealing with since childhood, thus the concept of “early intervention” paved her way to working with the younger population.


rebecca-hillRebecca Hill MS, LPC

Rebecca  works with teens, women and men exploring many situations including depression, anxiety, stress management, addiction, and family and parenting issues.  Rebecca fosters a warm, friendly, non-judgmental environment where her clients can better understand themselves and their choices; she works  to inform, educate, and empower her clients to make choices that fit their life goals.


dana-nummedorDana Nummerdor MA, LPC

Dana is dedicated to working with children and teenagers struggling with low self-esteem, bullying, feelings of loneliness, depression, and anxiety.   She  has specialized in treating children for over a decade on many levels of care, including schools and outpatient settings. Dana also works with women and men who are exploring situations such as grief, depression, anxiety, co-dependency, stress management, life-phase transitions, parenting issues, mindfulness, and meditation.


Jeff Davis, MA, LPC

Jeff believes the most important step he can take is to understand your life from your point of view. Oftentimes, having someone else understand what you previously felt alone with can be healing in and of itself. Jeff is trained as a humanistic client-centered therapist, and is grounded in an existential understanding of life’s challenges. He has also had significant training in cognitive approaches to healing.


Shea Lassiter LPC

Shea has a passion for working with all matters related to adoption. This includes adoptees, adoptive parents, birth parents and any individual impacted by adoption. Having worked as a high school counselor for ten years, she has a special heart for  adolescents therapy and helping young people sort through life’s challenges that can be especially difficult at this age. She believes that working with the parents and family is often an important part in an adolescent’s progress.



Maureen Grady, M.A., L.M.T., CST-C, LAPC, NCC

Maureen specializes in trauma, anxiety, depression and substance abuse, and has expertise in the field of somatic trauma and integrative healing techniques.  Maureen is a trainer, presenter, educator and speaker offering workshops on somatic healing and mind-body wellness.