Roswell, GA

Woodstock, GA

1 678 534 3824

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Mead Reed


Roswell and Woodstock Locations

Mead Reed graduated from Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Masters of Art in Marriage and Family Therapy.  She is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Theraist and a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia.  Her training at Richmont Graduate University provided her with a thorough academic counseling education in a Christ-centered environment.  She is passionate about working with individuals, children, adolescents, couples, and families.  Mead also has an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia where she majored in Fashion Merchandising and minored in Child and Family Development.

Mead counsels children, adolescents, adults and families who are struggling with anxiety, depression, communication difficulties, grief, as well as other life issues.  She is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator and also works with premarital couples.  She is trained in sand tray therapy which is beneficial for working with children and individuals. 

She discovered her passion for counseling while working at Camp Greystone in Tuxedo, North Carolina.  Her Marriage and Family Therapy background gives her an ability to understand that each client's story is powerful, unique, and impacted by his or her family.  She understands that someone may not have been given the opportunity to tell his or her story in a validating way.  She desires to help her clients establish healthy, loving relationships.

Her main passion is sharing the grace and freedom that Christ has to offer to individuals who find themselves in frustrated relationships.  She wants to help these individuals discover what fears inhibit them from creating the healthy relationships they desire. Everyone has experienced pain or loss in some form. Grief and loss impacts each person differently. It can be very challenging to navigate oneself through that pain. Unfortunately, she can relate to the challenges of grief. She lost her mother to cancer a year and half ago.  Mead’s personal experience with losing her mother has given her a greater empathy to counsel those who are grieving. She wants her pain to be used in a constructive way. Mead does not believe we go through pain or sadness just for ourselves; we are meant to use our experiences to comfort others. 

When life seems overwhelming and painful emotions seem to be the only thing that someone might feel, it is vital to find a safe relationship.  Fear and anxiety can leave one feeling immobilized and overcome by pain.  It is Mead's sincere desire to help her clients experience freedom from fear.  She is passionate about helping her clients to get out of the rut that they ahve been experiencing and into new, healthy, relationship patterns.  She will provide a safe enviroment for healing.  Healing often takes place when someone is willing to go through change.  Change can feel scary though, even if it is positive change.  Courage is defined as facing something painful or frightening.  Mead has a passion for helping people move into a place of courage where they can find healing from their pain.




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