Meet Danny Boylan, MS, NCC, CRC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
My primary objective with all my clients is to create a completely safe, private, confidential, accepting, non-judgmental, valuing, understanding, and empowering therapeutic relationship. I believe that these components alone can often be enough to bring the change that you seek to make in your life. Whatever you are struggling with, I strive to meet you where you are, understand your experience, and help you achieve your goals for change. I work with adults and teenagers who struggle with mood disorders (anxiety/depression/bi-polar), relationship concerns, vocational/career issues, and disability complications. I specialize in addiction and substance abuse recovery, and am also an LGBT+ affirming therapist. In addition to being an LPC I am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and National Certified Counselor. I have a Bachelor of Finance degree from the University of Texas and a Master of Community Counseling degree from the University of North Georgia. I grew up in Austin, TX, but have called Georgia my home for the past 16 years. I am an avid musician, woodworker, fisherman, gamer, and racquetball player, and I
have 2 wonderful cats and an amazing dog. I would be honored to work with you on whatever you are struggling with. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
Meet Sherry Broadwell, Ph.D.
Dr. Broadwell treats adults and couples. She is a trauma therapist with extensive experience working with veterans and non-veterans with PTSD/adjustment disorder. Additional focus on anxiety, depression, coping with chronic illness, relationship issues, life transitions, grief/loss, and gender identity (LGBTQ affirming). Broadly trained with integrated approach based on individual need. Self-pay.
Regina Saxton, RDN, LDN
Empowering individuals and motivating groups towards healthy lifestyle behavior modifications has been the passion of nationally recognized Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist Regina Saxton since 1998. Regina has practiced in a variety of settings including clinical, out-patient, corporate and community wellness, food service, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations.
Her areas of specialization include disordered and intuitive eating behaviors, prevention of addiction trading with food, inflammation and food sensitivities, integrative and functional medicine utilizing whole-food concepts, healthy weight promotion and anti-aging strategies through nutrition. She also provides counseling on the management of specific diseases such as, digestive disorders, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, heart conditions, cancer, and renal disease in which she is dedicated to providing safe and natural supplement or laboratory testing recommendations as medically appropriate.
Regina provides an environment of compassion and empathy with supportive, yet firm nutritional advice. Her non-diet approach to fostering a healthy relationship with food aligns with her philosophy of living a life in balance physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually which resonates throughout her consulting practice.
Regina is available for appointments at 360 Therapy on Fridays and offers virtual and telehealth programs. She graduated from The University of Florida Food Science and Human Nutrition Program and completed her dietetic internship at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL. As an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Regina is a leader in providing expert-level and research-based sound nutritional education and advice.
Meet Linh My Lam, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Linh specializes in treating children, teens, adults and families with a clinical focus on addiction recovery and exploring cultural identity. She primarily works from a family systems approach. She currently has office hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings.
Meet Amy Jacques, APC, MS, MA. BC-DMT
Associate Professional Counselor
Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist
Amy has an MS in clinical counseling psychology from Brenau University, an MA in dance/movement therapy from Columbia College, and is a board certified dance/movement therapist. Sessions with her can be "talk-therapy" focused or can integrate body awareness or movement into the process. Amy is trained in Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and sometimes incorporates biofeedback into her counseling work. She is also certified to use a CBT program called COPE (Creating Opportunities for Personal Empowerment) specifically developed for children or teens that are dealing with depression. Amy enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and children. She is aware of the neurobiological components of working with trauma, anxiety, depression and with individuals on the autism spectrum. Her approach is integrative with awareness of both the mental and the physical or embodied experience of the individual. Amy has many years of experience working with children and adolescents on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, and developmental disabilities. In addition to counseling and dance/movement therapy sessions she also has facilitated stress management sessions focusing on learning self-regulation of anxiety. Amy is currently under the supervision of Dr. Susanne Stribling.
Jeff Wilson, L.P.C. is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Family and Marriage Counseling.
Jeff has done extensive work in the Community Psychiatric Clinical Setting in addition to doing intensive individual counseling for Hall County DUI and Drug Court Participants. He has worked with a range of diagnoses and issues in young adults and adults including: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Addiction/Alcoholism, Family Conflict Resolution, Marriage Counseling, and Alcohol and Drug Intervention. Jeff received his Masters and completed his Post Graduate Clinical Training in Professional Counseling at the Georgia School of Psychology.
Jennifer Brown, L.C.S.W. is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jennifer has been conducting individual and play therapy for over 15 years. She has worked with a culturally diverse clientele of children, adolescents, and adults in settings including schools, hospitals, clinics, and private practice. She has worked with a range of diagnoses and issues including: Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Gender Identity Issues, Gay and Lesbian Issues, Behavioral Issues, Foster Care and Adoption, Adjustment to High School and College, Self-mutilation and Eating Disorders. She received her Masters in Social Work from New York University and continued her education at a Postgraduate Training Institute in New York.