Current Therapists

Lenzie Avery, MFT

Resident Clinician

Lenzie is a masters level clinician pursuing professional licensure. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2014 with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. After spending a year living in the East Village of NYC, she moved back to her...

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Renee Hall-George, LMSW

Resident Clinician

Renee Hall-George earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Georgia in 2017 after a career in education. Mindfulness, communication skills, and practical tools are foundations of her client-centered approach....

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Robbi Anne Strauss, M.Ed/Ed.S., LAPC

Resident Clinician

Robbi Anne Strauss recently moved to the Atlanta area from her home state of Florida. Robbi Anne earned her Masters of Counselor Education from the University of Florida, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as a Bachelors in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences, also from the University of...

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Kendall Krebs, LMSW

Resident Clinician

Kendall works with individuals struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and life transitions. She has a particular interest in working with developmental trauma as well as loss in its many forms—whether it be loss of a loved one, job, pet, or relationship....

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Allie Woodruff, LAPC

Resident Clinician

Allie believes that the power to change and heal often lies within the individual, and as a result, she values thoroughly exploring a person’s subjective experience and meaning making around all of life’s issues. We all carry around stories about every facet of our lives, and Allie is always curious...

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Teri Sivilli, MPH, LMSW

Resident Clinician

Teri believes that healing is relational, and that therapy is effective not just for resolving specific problems, but even more importantly, for experiencing the transformative power of relationship....

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