Michele D. Green,
LPC, NBCCH, CAMS
Green, LPC, NBCCH, CAMS is a licensed therapist. She graduated from
Norfolk State University with a graduate degree in Urban
Education, Guidance and Counseling. Her undergraduate work
was also completed at Norfolk State University where she
focused on English and Speech Language Pathology. She is a
co-Founder of Gathering Precious Stones which is a
psychotherapy private practice in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms.
Green is extensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy
(DBT), National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist (NBCCH), is a Certified Anger Management Specialist, and
a Licensed Professional
Counselor in the state of Georgia. She is a certified Impact
Trainer which provides training for foster parents and is
also a certified CPR Trainer. She has created treatment and
training curriculums on a wide range of mental health topics
including parenting, staff development, and anger
management. She regularly facilitates skill-building group
and individual training sessions on issues such as emotional
regulation, anger management, and parenting. Ms. Green is a
community activist and much of her work has been directed
towards empowering women and families. She has also focused
intensely on work with at-risk and under-privileged youth
within the community.
Ericka M Jones,
MA, Supervised Therapist, Certified GA Teacher:
Ms. Jones is a graduate of Norfolk State University. She
earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood
Education. Her graduate degree focused on Urban
Education/Guidance and Counseling. Ms. Jones has been an
educator/therapist for 20+ years. She is a philanthropist
and strives to instill hope in each child she encounters.
She has facilitated several charities and donation programs
to promote healthy eating, provide clothing and food to
under privileged children and adults. Ms. Jones has worked
closely with Club Awesome, mentoring program. Ms. Jones is
the Clinical Director of the Reading Therapy program.
Reading Therapy/Bibliotherapy utilizes reading materials for
help in solving personal problems or for psychotherapy. The
benefits of reading therapy include and expand beyond
reduced anxiety and stress.