Individual Therapy: $35-$50 per 45 min session
Family/Couple Therapy: $80 per 45 min session
In-person appointments are available in Hiram. Virtual appointments available for all of Georgia.
Specialties: Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Men’s Issues, Life Transitions
Private pay only
Clinical Student Intern
Hi, I’m Lilton. I am a budding clinical intern who is dedicated to serving adolescents and adults in Georgia. I am currently interning under the supervision of Lisa Ibekwe, LCSW, as I work towards gaining my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling from Fort Valley State University. I provide individual, family, and couples counseling along with running groups on various topics. I understand that life may throw us challenges that leave us feeling bad, but my goal is to help you discover the life you want to live and help you live it more abundantly.
I have a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Columbus State University. Since obtaining my Bachelors I have spent time working in the justice system including the Sheriff’s Department, the Georgia Department of Corrections and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. What I have learned from working in these spaces is that trauma is prevalent in many peoples stories. People often don’t understand how deeply their life experiences can impact them. My dream as a budding therapist is to be able to help people heal from their trauma and resolve any outstanding pieces that may be interfering with their growth and progression. Trauma affects us all, but understanding how to move through is the epitome of healthy living.
I am dedicated to collaborating with and helping individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, Men’s issues, and who may be going through a life transition. I additionally enjoy working with boys and men who may be struggling with mental or behavioral health concerns. I aim to decrease the stigma of seeking help for boys and men. Hence why I have a “non-therapy” therapy approach my work in the therapy room. I want to ensure that people have fun and heal as they address the real world problems that we all face. Everyone has a better version of themselves, sometimes we just need a little help finding that version.
- Working with Men’s issues
- Masters in Clinical Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling, Fort Valley State University (In progress)
- Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Columbus State University