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Our Qualified Team of Professional Counselors

Here at Georgia Health Partners, we have a qualified team of counseling professionals who believes in creating an atmosphere for change and growth. Together, we have a combination of  clinical social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists, many of whom are known and published in their areas of expertise. Our qualified professionals have experience working with various challenges such as individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorders, Bipolar Disorder and Anxiety Disorders. We also specialize in working with distressed families, parents in need of parenting skills training, families impacted by addictions, and victims of sexual exploitation and abuse. In addition to providing services for families, we also provide support for adjudicated youth and their families through our partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice.

President and Founder, Dr. Stewart, GHP, CEO

As the CEO of Georgia Health Partners, I aim to instill my core values and beliefs onto my team. These core values and beliefs consists of having a love and passion for the people in which we serve; and having the willingness to expose ourselves in order to help others.   My educational background consists of attending Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, majoring in Sociology. In addition, I’ve earned a degree in Criminal Justice with a minor degree in Juvenile Delinquency from North Carolina Central University. I attended Shaw University, where I earned a master’s degree in Divinity with a concentration in Counseling. In efforts to further pursue my dream of helping others within the community, I attended Duke University for Philosophy; and received a doctorate degree from Drew University with special emphasis in community and church development. In addition, I am a certified Crisis Prevention Intervention trainer and Life Coach; which I specialize in uplifting and empowering African American men, assisting them with life management, daily stressors and other areas of focus within the African American culture.  Throughout my educational and professional endeavors; and as a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, I have experience in working with, enriching and fulfilling the lives of others who have psychological and behavioral challenges. I am most proud of being a tool to help people reach their fullest potential. My vision for Georgia Health Partners is to expand in helping people live normal lives, finding meaning and implementing empowerment within their daily endeavors.

  • Licensed Therapists
  • Educational Advocates
  • Behavioral Counselors
  • Consulting Nurses
  • Consulting Psychiatrists
  • Consulting Psychologists
  • Community Support Specialists
  • Certified Addiction Counselors
  • Home Evaluators
  • Behavioral Counselors
  • Quality Assurance Team
  • Parent Aides
  • Community Support Paraprofessional
  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Nurse
  • Psychologists
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