Healing doesn't mean the damage never existed- it means the damage no longer controls our lives.

Ashkay Dubey




Every person should be honored as the expert of their own experience. As such, I believe that you deserve a safe and respectful space to work through the experiences that may separate you from a sense of peace or the life you want. Unique strengths and a sense of resiliency are intrinsic in each person, and therapy can be a profoundly beneficial tool for uncovering individualized keys to healing, self-discovery, and personal growth regardless of where you may be on your wellness journey.


Prior to my work as a therapist, I spent many years working in funeral homes helping the bereaved honor the lives of their loved ones. Since becoming a therapist, I have worked in disaster services with survivors, where I was trained in psychological first aid and disaster mental health. Other experience includes counseling with university students using a variety of modalities, including CBT and Motivational Interviewing. Additionally, I am trained in EMDR and have experience implementing the modality with grief, traumatic incidents, sexual abuse, and PTSD.

  • University at Buffalo, 2019, Master's in Social Work

  • Furman University, 2017, Bachelor's of Arts

  • Georgia Social Work License: MSW009029

  • In compliance with Georgia law, I currently work under the direction and supervision of Steve Harris, LCSW (CSW00767)

  • Life transitions

  • Relationship issues

  • Sexual and developmental trauma

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Grief and loss

  • Highly Sensitive Persons (HSP)



I currently practice through Metropolitan Counseling Services, a sliding scale mental health center in Atlanta, GA.

In order to schedule an intake or appointment with me, you may contact me directly. Email is preferred, as I am able to read and respond more quickly. You may also leave me a voicemail and I will return your call as soon as I am able.



404-321-1794 ext. 323


2801 Buford Hwy NE Ste. 470

Atlanta, GA 30329

© 2020 by Kendall Krebs, LMSW