Abby is currently
accepting new clients.
associate Professional Clinical Counselor #14348
Abby specializes in working with children, teens and young adults with a specific focus on anxiety, trauma, body image and disordered eating. She enjoys working with athletes and LGBTQIA+ individuals to help empower them to embody their authenticity and find balance. Abby is passionate about supporting clients to advocate for their needs and embrace confidence in expressing their true selves. Her priority is to create a safe space and a warm, collaborative atmosphere to support and affirm clients in their journey of self-exploration and awareness.
Abby is experienced in using mindfulness, yoga (RYT-200), art, dialectical behavior (DBT) strategies and sensory interventions in her sessions. Her approach is eclectic and incorporates elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), person-centered narrative therapy and feminist approaches. In addition, she has extensive experience creating and running groups that support the development of coping skills, implementation of social skills and growth of a healthy self-concept.
Among other places, Abby worked at Art It Out in Atlanta, where she provided individual and group therapy implementing CBT, art, mindful movement and DBT strategies. Abby has also co-led grief and trauma focused groups in Rwanda to support genocide survivors using mindfulness and narrative therapeutic techniques. She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. She speaks English and is proficient in Spanish.
When not in the office, Abby spends time playing soccer, hiking, and baking. She enjoys going to concerts, traveling, and reading a good book.
Abby is supervised by Toni Ratzburg, LMFT #52576