Psychotherapy and Family Therapy Practice

I am a licensed counselor here to help both children and adults. It is my intention to listen to the primary need of my clients and to build a professional helping relationship in order to better my client. I have experience dealing with depression, bipolar disorder, obsessions, etc., as well as clients that are incarcerated, group homes, or in the comfort of their own home. My intentions are to get to the primary need and want of my clients and move forward to positive interventions. I look forward to serving the community. Also I work with aggressive male population.
I facilitate anger management groups through NAMA (National Anger Management Association). I am a CSOTS (Certified Sex Offender Therapist Specialist). I conduct sex offender treatment through individual and group therapy. I am also certified substance abuse group facilitator. I also work alternative hours and late evenings.
I also conduct services in the privacy of your home with your approval. Please feel free to contact our  office. I conduct Anger Management Groups and Substance Abuse Groups. I am also a state certified Clinical Evaluator and treatment provider through Georgia's DUI registry.

Danielle Evans, MS, LAMFT

“In my experience, communication is so often misconstrued, that it has the potential to be either precious or potent. Therefore, I personally stand on the idea that each person, family, couple, child, situation, and experience is unique and must be treated with compassion, character and courage.” Ms. Evans is currently an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with specialties that include; Multi-Systemic Therapeutic Modalities, Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Behavior Modification, Individual Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, as well as Therapeutic Yoga. Ms. Evans graduated from Mercer University School of Medicine’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Additionally, she holds a Master of Science in Human Services/Public Service Leadership from Capella University and a Bachelor of Science from Mercer University. She is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Society and the National Human Service Honors Society. She served as Vice President of Mercer University School of Medicine’s Graduate School Organization and served on Mercer’s student research team, whom were recognized by AAMFT for research and development of pediatric obesity. 

Dr. Elaine Dilbeck EdD LPC CTSS CPCS
Dr. Dilbeck received her BA in Psychology from Piedmont College in Demorest GA -1995, MA from the Pentecostal Seminary in Cleveland, TN - 1999, EdD in Counseling Psychotherapy from Argosy University in Sarasota Fl – 2013; completing a post-doctoral certificate in Clinical Foundations of Trauma this year. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of GA and a certified Clinical Supervisor with the LPCA. She is certified as a Trauma Service Specialist and Certified Family, Trauma Professional. Dr. Dilbeck has worked in the mental health field for more than 10 years. She currently has over 100 hours in training in trauma and PTSD including training with Star providers which train civilian providers to work with active and former active duty military. She has also been a presenter at four conferences on trauma/PTSD. Dr. Dilbeck holds trainings and workshops on PTSD/ trauma; teaching other mental health professionals how to recognize and treat trauma. She is registered as an approved provider to treat military related PTSD with Star Providers. She is also, a member of Chi Sigma Iota counseling honor society. She has 5+ years working with corrections as a mental health counselor and she continues to gain training/education on treating military PTSD/TBI.  

Mary Hill, MA, LPC, CPCS

Ms. Hill attended Hiram College in Hiram, OH where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 2005. She then earned her Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling from John Carroll University in University Heights, OH in 2008. She earned her full license in professional counseling in 2009 and has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with varying diagnoses. She enjoys helping others identify and reach their goals to recover from whatever stressors are impacting their lives. She works well with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, and grief. Ms. Hill assists with the development of effective coping skills to increase ability to manage responses to stressors and decrease maladaptive behaviors. She has extensive training in crisis assessment and intervention.

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Sarah Lasting, MS, MFT

Ms. Lasting obtained her Bachelors of Science with a focus in Psychology at Georgia College in Milledgeville, GA. She also attended Mercer University where she received her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in Macon, GA. She is currently in pursuit of her associate license in Marriage and Family Therapy, while under the supervision of our fully licensed professionals.  She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with varying diagnoses. 



Dewayne Pinkney, LPC, MAC, CAM1, CPCS