Danielle Dollinger, MS, LMSW - Therapist - Offering Invidvidual and Group Counseling
Danielle is a Licensed Master Social Worker with her degree from The University of Georgia. Danielle has a passion for working with eating disorders, body image concerns and enjoys helping women navigate their way back towards a healthy and balanced relationship with food and life. Danielle also works with women and men around issues including trauma, anxiety & depression, and co-leads a DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) group for women in recovery.
In addition to her work in private practice, Danielle is an outreach coordinator at The Eating Disorders Information Network (EDIN), one of Atlanta's first eating disorder education and outreach programs in Atlanta. In this role, she goes into the community and our local schools to educate people on Eating Disorder prevention and recovery. Danielle is a member of International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.
Laura Ann Morrison, BA, LMSW- Therapist - Offering Individual Group Counseling
Laura is a Licensed Master Social Worker with a degree from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Laura brings a strengths-based perspective to her work with clients, and she believes in partnering with clients as they gain understanding about themselves through the therapy process. Laura's clinical passions include women's issues, trauma, relationships issues (including intimate partner violence), anxiety, depression, sexuality and gender issues, and identity and phase-of-life issues. Her therapeutic style blends strengths-based, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. In addition to private practice, Laura is a Post-MSW Fellow at Emory University's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). At Emory CAPS, Laura provides individual and group therapy to graduate and undergraduate Emory Students. Laura is also a co-advisor and supervisor of the Emory HelpLine, a confidential peer-support hotline run by Emory undergraduates.
Rachel Eden - Executive Assistant and Client Support Specialist
The backbone of Authentic living is the belief that our clients come first. Outside the therapy office, this means we strive for excellent client care and do our very best to provide excellent service to everyone we come in contact with. Rachel has Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. For over twenty years, while Rachel was raising her daughter, she has also enjoyed a career as a freelance editor. Rachel also has professional background working with all age groups with a variety of needs - from the elderly as a recreation therapist, to working with children as program director for several after-school programs, as well as Director of Mediation for a missing children’s agency. She has also worked with Hospice of New York as a Volunteer Coordinator and Grief Support Group Facilitator. Rachel is currently in the process of pursuing her master’s degree in counseling and looks forward to one day being a grief counselor.