Think Well. Feel Well. Be Well.
Think Well. Feel Well. Be Well.
“Awareness is like the sun. When it shines upon things, they are transformed".
Danielle Evans is a Board-Certified, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, she graduated from Mercer University’s School of Medicine in 2014 with her Master of Science in Family Therapy. She also graduated from Capella University in 2010 with her Master of Science in Human Services/Public Service Leadership. She graduated from Mercer University in 2007 with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services.
Danielle founded Southern Bridge Inc. Counseling and Family Therapy, in 2016 with what she describes as her purpose to create a bridge between hopelessness and healing within the community where she grew up. Southern Bridge Counseling and Family Therapy has evolved into a private group therapy practice that provides psychotherapy, family therapy and individual counseling
Danielle specializes in working with couples struggling with intimacy, connection, communication, complex trauma, domestic abuse, depression, infidelity, abandonment and relationship difficulties through interventions which derived from empirically validated data, within the basis of emotional connection and communication as the basis for identifying and alleviating relationship problems. Additionally, she works through a systemic view which involves collaboration as a whole; identifying presenting issues experienced by the family, through individual perspectives while including the outcome each has on the entire family system.
Danielle uses a client focused, multi-faceted approach based on the unique needs of each client. Danielle works with adults, children, adolescents, individually and/or as a unit. She is experienced in promoting change though a person-centered designed treatment plan focused on difficulties that arise from, depression, anxiety, spirituality, diversity, complex trauma, neglect, abuse, sexuality, self-esteem, intimacy, divorce, marriage, re-marriage, grief, loss, parenting, sexual orientation, gender differences, stage of life changes, mental health disturbance, PTSD, ADHD, military deployment, separation, and addiction.
Danielle believes that each human being has the potential to lessen the severity and possibly heal from the pain of emotional wounds. She works alongside her clients to increase each person’s chance to pursue transformation through therapy. She stands by her promise to support her clients through their unique journey by facilitating awareness guidance, transparency, direction and encouragement.
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.
Jeannie Geherin Hatt partners with adults, adolescents, children, and couples to help them find their best life. Through supporting her clients, they develop and utilize effective techniques for managing and decreasing their personal stressors, overcoming their personal obstacles, and bringing hope back into their lives. Because her life has been blessed by these techniques, she desires to share them with you.
Jeannie uses clinically tested and evidence-based interventions to accomplish this, including techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma Focused CBT. She earned her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Carlow University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and became a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State before moving to Georgia (she may not have been born in the South, but she got here just as quickly as she could!). Additionally, she is a National Board-Certified Counselor. Jeannie believes that when we are honest with ourselves and willing to open our minds to explore new life strategies, changes will occur that lead us down a better path to happiness and hope.
She is passionate about working with people who make the brave choice to explore their options in therapy and find a way to heal. Knowing that a successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that are thrown at him or her, Jeannie looks forward to supporting you with building this foundation for yourself, whether you are challenged by grief, trauma, domestic abuse, depression, anxiety, anger, marriage and family issues, mood fluctuations, behavior difficulties, low self-esteem, accidents or natural disasters, life changes, or other life-disturbing symptoms or events.
When not in the office, Jeannie loves spending time with her husband and daughter, exploring and hiking mountains.
You are not broken, nor damaged, nor are you alone.
Anni Skurja is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) who graduated from Mercer University with a Master’s in MFT in 2018. She received a Bachelor of Arts and 4 Associate of Arts in Psychology from Fort Valley State University (2016) and Gordon State College (2013). Anni is certified in Prime Solutions for individuals and groups. Anni practices with a blend of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Narrative Therapy, and often uses techniques from Mindfulness Therapy and Art Therapy.
Anni has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, as well as couples and families. With couples, Anni uses Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and Gottman Therapy. She uses her own struggles and adversity to connect with genuine empathy and authenticity while recognizing that each person’s experiences are different. From the first session, she is direct and honest about what to expect from therapy and encourages the client to share their expectations for the process as she recognizes that therapy can be an overwhelming process.
During our lives, we often experience emotional pain and adversity that leaves us feeling hopeless, powerless, or directionless. We might feel we are broken and need to be ‘fixed’. Therapy provides a path towards understanding ourselves more and increasing skills that can help us feel more able to handle difficult experiences and find growth. It helps us realize that we can find peace in the parts of life we do not like so that the parts that we love can shine. It is about finding acceptance in the uncomfortable times, and in being and becoming more of our unique selves.
You may have to fight a battle more than once.
Scott began work in the mental health field as an addiction counselor in 2005. He is a graduate of Georgia College and State University (2004) and Mercer University School of Medicine (2010).
He has been a licensed professional for 5 years. Scott enjoys working with families, individuals, and couples. He specializes in addiction-related disorders and mood disorders. In his free time, Scott enjoys the outdoors, spending time with family, and working in the shop.
With a strong mind and an open heart, we can accomplish anything.
He is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in working with children, teenagers, and young adults with depression, anger issues, adjustment issues, family problems, self-esteem issues, and ADHD. He is incredibly involved with his clients as he works alongside them to create realistic goals and achievable steps to get the most out of the therapy experience.
He is not a counselor limited by the bounds of his therapy office. He works with school staff, medical staff, and other professionals in order to accomplish the goals created with the client. Y'all can address your concerns together so you can create a plan to get the results you want today.
We all have the capability to change our lives by changing our thoughts and perspectives with challenges we encounter daily.
Irwin’s goal is to inspire and help each client strive to become the best version of themselves by making lasting changes within their lives. This best version includes emotional, physical, and mental well-being. He has extensive experience in providing quality services with a wide variety of adult/adolescent clientele, of whom he helps deal with multiple life issues and mental health needs.
Irwin’s professional experience includes work with the Department of Juvenile Justice where he provided therapy for at-risk youth and their families. He currently provides therapy for college students as well as helps them deal with issues from anxiety, depression, and poor relationship skill building.