We support you during the challenges of life's journey

We are a psychology and wellness practice focused on therapies

and counseling intervention for individuals surviving trauma and

living with developmental disabilities.


We strongly focus on community programming and prevention

through outreach and wellness programming in the greater

Atlanta area, Georgia, and surrounding states.

At Perspectives

Our overall vision is to provide psychological resources such as child, family, individual & group therapies that focus on developmental disability and traumatic stress for children, parents, and adults.

We Specialize In Helping You

Improve mood and behavior for children as young as 2 and youth who experience traumatic events, and/or have developmental concerns or delays 

Address trauma-related concerns for adults and young adults who have experienced current or past traumatic events

Assess questions about behaviors or emotional difficulty that could be linked to ADHD, Learning Challenges, Developmental Delay, Autism and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in youth and adults

Transition through life challenges such as rapid changes and adjustments to Covid-19, family changes related to blended families, and individuals with experiences of trauma and developmental challenges

Provide community-based socioemotional groups and programming for youth, families, adults, and community agencies supporting families and individuals with experiences of trauma and developmental challenges


We Do This In Two Ways

Clinical Work

Our clinical work focuses on executing the vision of creating, empowering, and engaging change agents in clinical settings. 

Each individual and child that receives support from Perspectives has an opportunity to create change in their own lives.  These changes impact not just our patients, but their families and communities as well.


We are excited to provide support through therapy and counseling for patients working to reach their individualized treatment goal. No matter how large or small, we support the courage it takes to address your needs move forward.


In order to implement our vision, we provide ongoing professional development and multicultural-informed training to help support our staff as we work with each individual patient.




Outreach Work

We focus on outreach work that will help us push forth our vision of empowering change agents, promoting engagement, and entrepreneurship, and reducing the stigmatization of mental health care. 

We are deeply passionate about promoting social justice through mental wellness and empowerment for all communities. Practically, we work with community organizations and provide wellness talks, empowerment programming, psychoeducational seminars, and support groups to compliment the changes that are actively working in our communities.



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What Our Patients and Partners Say

"My experience with the Perspectives staff has been nothing short of amazing."


They care about the children they work with. They've taken the time to lay down a foundation of trust and build a relationship with them.


This in turn has allowed them to evaluate what is happening with my children with more clarity and understanding. Our daughter continues to grow mentally has truly done a '180' compared to the way she was before she started therapy.

Parent of a Previous Perspectives Patient


Can You Relate To Any Of These?

“We went through a really difficult transition as a family, and now I notice that my teen is not sleeping and withdraws more than normal. When I ask about it, he says that nothing is bothering him, but I feel something is off.”

“I can’t seem to relax, and my thoughts are nonstop. Whenever I dream, I have these weird dreams and nightmares that someone is trying to hurt me. I know that I am safe, but I can’t shake the thought that something bad will happen, and I struggle to trust others.”


“I can’t seem to focus on work and nothing excites me anymore.
I know that I lost an important person in my life a year or so ago, 
but I should be over that by now.” 

“I have been working with the school to come up with strategies
to help my child focus and understand the material. It seems like nothing is working! I don’t know what to do next.”


“My daughter has had some speech issues and seems to 
have a hard time understanding and remembering instructions.
It really didn’t impact her before, but now that she is starting
school, I would like to know what steps we should take to help
set her up for success in the classroom.”


therapy can help