Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Director
Lisette is the clinical director of Atlanta Counseling and Coaching. She graduated from Argosy University with a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology in 2009. Her specialties include working with individuals who have been diagnosed with Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, and severe depression. She works with individuals with these diagnoses by educating clients on symptoms and coping mechanisms as well as working with clients to identify their desired goals.
She also works with individuals who are experiencing transition in their lives and supports them by using cognitive behavioral techniques in order help clients make decisions and cope through these uncertain seasons.
Lisette primarily uses cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral approaches. More importantly, Lisette is honest and direct with her clients as she believes transparency lends to a deeper and richer therapeutic relationship.
When she's not in session, you can find Lisette spending time with her family and planning her next out-of-country trip.
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Edliz (Edi) Wade, APC, NCC, DCC
Associate Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Distance Credential Counselor
Edi is a mental health counselor who received her Master's of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University. Her specialities include working with young adults and their loved ones through transition and/or anxiety, depression, variation in mood, and relationship challenges. She works with adolescents and their families to bring awareness to adjustment issues as well as helping them acquire vocabulary for open communication. She also works with couple's and adults who need support in transition, season of life, or communication difficulties.
Edi primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in her approach with clients and centers her practice in humanistic empathy and non-judgment. She believes that any experience can be a learning experience and an opportunity for growth and healing. As a Distance Credential Counselor, Edi can see clients anywhere in the state of Georgia via telephone/video session using encrypted and confidential software.
When she's not in session, Edi writes to bring counseling practices to everyone and anyone on her blog site www.incremental.care. She also loves to try new restaurants in the city with her husband, Ben.
Want to learn more about Edi? Read her extended bio on our blog.